Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 5, 1955 · Page 2
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TWO Bunker Given Basic Science Research Post BALTIMORE Ml — George M. Bunker, president of the Glenn L. Martin Co.. has been named president of RIAS Inc., a subsidiary formed by Martin to conduct research in basic science. • A spokesman for the aircraft firm said the new subsidiary will be staffed by a group of scientists who "will be encouraged to create their own program of research aimed at the frontier of man's scientific knowledge." ''The program will include both theoretical and experimental studies which will in no way be tied to Martin product development or production line problems." he add- EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND. MD.. MONDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker Doctor Jailed In His Wife's Fatal Beating CHICAGO lift — A physician was charged last night with the murder ol his wife after police said he admitted giving her scdatives|j.ij n j sters ." That would make him Glenn Martin, Baltimore Plane Pioneer, Succumbs BALTIMORE (/P)—Glenn L. Martin, one of aviation's pioneers, died here last night. The 69-year-old founder of the Glenn L. Martin Co. was stricken by a cerebral hemorrhage yesterday morning at Glenarm, his big farm on Maryland's Eastern and beating her unconscious. | a f j rst deputy premier, the council Malenkov Seen Getting Back Some Of Powers In Kremlin LONDON tfi — Deposed Soviet Premier Georgi Malenkov was described in a Moscow radio broadcast today as "first deputy chairman of the U.S.S.R. Council of Shore. lie died at University of Maryland Hospital in Baltimore. Behind him stretched a fabulous career crammed with aviation "firsts." • On Aug. 2, 1309, he piloted the first airplane over to leave the ground under its own power. Nearly half a century later his igantic company was picked by the government to make and launch the first man-made earth satellite. fn between, he was credited with being the first to develop a su<>! Willw ins 9 Home Guarded In Wake Of Bomb Threats LANSING, Mich. Wi — Gov. G. Mcnncn Williams' home has been under 24-hour guard since Nov. 26 when a telephone caller twice warned the governor's wife, Nancy, that a bomb was hid- ed. The company official said thejcessfu! parachute which could be formation of-RlAS was designed to opened by the jumper at will. den encourage industry, to sponsor more basic scientific research, which until now "has been primari- ily.the function of a university or government laboratory." complete the first air mail flight, and make the first extended flight over ocean water. His company claimed the con- jslruction of the first multipassen- Besides Bunker, other RIAS offi-jger airplane, twin-engine bomber Troopers failed to find a trace of explosives in two thorough searches, Mrs. Williams said she could not _ c _, tell whether the calls came fromjU. S..'5cr«canl Convicted a man or a woman. The voice wasjf n Rape-Murder Of Girl muffled, police quoted her as say-' cers, all also associated with the Martin company, include Wecome W. Bender, vice president; William L. Lucas, secretary-treasurer and resident agent, and Earl R. Uhlig, comptroller. looking With Luke For nurserymen window shades restaurant equipment or any other product or service you need for the home or business, use the YELLOW PAGES of your Telephone Directory , as your buying fju.ide. • They save you time and • trouble ... tell at a glance "where to find it." THE CHESAPEAKE I POTOMAC TELEPHONE COMPANY OF BALTIMORE CITY torpedo and dive bombers, supercargo ship, ground-to-air guided missile and many other innovations. v Martin built his first plane in an abandoned church at Santa Ana, Calif. It was a flimsy contraption of bamboo and wooden frame covered with sailcloth and powered by an automobile .motor. In later years he : boasted that he finished it in the flickering light of a lamp held, by his mother. She had encouraged him through.early experiments which,Jed a family friend to call him "a wild-eyed, hallucinated -visionary." She later accompanied him as his only passenger/when he coaxed the shuddering craft aloft. For the first few years his "factory" was a shoestring operation supported in part by prize money earned as a barnstorming pilot and famous stunt flier. He even worked as a villain in a Mary Pickford movie to get money. In 1917 he went East for a short fling as an executive of the Wright- Martin Corp. in New York, the struck out for himself again Cleveland. In 1929 he built the Middle Rive plant at Baltimore, later added an other at Omaha, Neb. His com pany announced last week still an other will go up near Denver, Colo The firm's annual payroll is nov 92 million dollars. Martin resigned as president o his company in 1949. He steppec down as board chairman thrc years later but remained a direc lor and principal stockholder. He was born in Macksburg Iowa, and while still a boy, movec with his family to Liberal anc Salina, Kan., then to California. •Ie was a bachelor. Martin won the 1933 Collier Trophy and 1944 Guggenheim Meda 'or his contributions to aeronaut! cal science. He was the only child of Clar ence Y. and Arminta de Long Martin. A bachelor, Martin last year es tablished in honor of his molhc the Arminta Martin Acronautica Student Fund at the Institute o Aeronautical Sciences in Califor nia. In 1944, he gave 2'i-million dollars to the University of Mary land for establishment of the Glcni L. Martin College of Engineering and Aeronautical Sciences. in the building, today. police dis- The murder charge was tiled being the Soviet equivalent of a .„:„..! n_ !.!„!,„_, u 'r.,i,i „-> g ovcrn ment cabinet. It was not clear whether Malen- kov is again moving up the ladder against Dr. Hobart H. Todd, 43, in suburban Skokie. Firemen were summoned to Todd's $50,000 home in the suburb of power in the Soviet Union. Saturday night. They reportedIsince he was forced out. of the finding the body of Todd's wife, Hazel, 45, clad in a nightgown on the floor of her bedroom and Todd, clad in pajamas,- sitting on a bed. Police Chief William Griffin said Todd then was incoherent and Soviet premiership last February, he had been described merely as a deputy chairman—without the Announcements '' of the lineup after Malenkov's Soviet ouster later lapsed into a coma. He wasilisted five first deputy chairmen taken under guard to a hospital in " r < h ° Tn\,nn» r,e. w^id*^ Tiiot-o Ihc adjoining suburb of Evasion. Regaining consciousness yesterday, he was questioned at the Skokie police station. ing. Alcalraz Felon Slabbed To Dealli During Fighl SAN FRANCISCO—(INSl—An Alcatraz prisoner was fatally stab bed yesterday in a fight in th recreation yard of the prison 01 an island in San Francisco Bay. The warden's office identifier Lhe dead man as Sidney Moore 31, serving five to 15 years for conviction on a morals offcnsi from Washingtpn, D. C. Slock Market Higher NEW YORK l/n — The stock mar *et was higher today in early deal ngs. fit)«l«»^^ COMMERCIAL BANK'S 1954 y SAVINGS CLUB IS NOW OP€N FOR MEMBERSHIP • • JOIN AND RECEIVE PAYMENT ON NOVEMBER 6, 1956 FOR EARLY CHRISTMAS SHOPPING :OMMER.QAL CAYINM BANK Member Federol D*poiit Insuronce Corporotlon AT THE CITY HALL SQUARI I Wagner Sees (Continued Jrom Page 1) Some- Republicans have said that the AFL-CIO will increase a previous union tendency of supporting the Democrats and eventually control that party. Other Republicans have said organized labor. has the right to participate in politics and the GOP should bid with the Democrats for union support. Eisenhower's message to the convention reportedly is intended to counteract statements by some Republicans—such as Sen. Barry D. Goldwalcr. (R-A/iz — which union officials picture as anti- labor. ^ AFL-CIO leaders say that in any event they plan an even greater labor role in the political arena but that unions never will become "wedded to any political parly." Today on a television program, William F. Schnitzler, formerly secretary-treasurer of the AFL. said: "All money used in political work comes from voluntary contributions of the workers." James B. Carey, former secretary-treasurer of the CtO. also interviewed on the program, said the merged labor groups will provide an "even greater" political force. NAHA, Okinawa—(INS)—Army Sgl. Isaac J. Hurt of Lolhair, Ky., was found guilty today by a 10- man Army court martial board of the rape-murder of a six-year-old Okinawa girl. The maximum penalty is death. The board will pronounce sentence tomorrow. Watch Those Pumps! LITTLE ROCK, ,Ark. — I/PI — Arkansas Revenue Department agents started checking gasoline pumps at service stations which have state contracts after discovering that one station, involved in a price war, had set its pumps to register more fuel than was being delivered. Here In Cumberland Bearings, Pillow Blocks, Sprockets, Chain B.clting, V-Bclts, Reducers, Oil Seals PA 2-5540 INDUSTRIAL Bearing St Transmission Inc. 116 Harrison St. of the Council of--Ministers. These were Foreign Minister V. M. Molotov, L. M. Kaganovich, A. I. Alikoyan, M, G. Pervukhin and M. Z. Saburov. Malenkov then was listed along with seven other deputy chairmen. He also was named minister of the electric power sta tiori industry. The broadcast describing him as a first deputy chairman said he had been attending a Communist party conference in the Ural Moun tain area. Rockefeller Asks Ban On Press Al Hearing NEW YORK (/R—Winthrop Rockefeller has asked that newsmen be barred and al! records sealed in pretrial examination of a $100,000 suit threatening to' air intimate details, connected with his divorce from Bobo Rockefeller. Joseph Sax, a Boston attorney, is suing both "Rockefeller and his former wife for legal fees' he says are due him for services rendered prior to the divorce. Rhode Island, the nation's smallest state, has the shortest motto— "Hope;." A Tribute To JL Sine* oil of ui wirt children, wi hovt known of th* wonderful organization, which is affectionately called , tht "Y". And many of eur finvtt citiient hayt littrally '"grown up" under the well-planned- iuperv!t!on of YMCA directors. Ricrtotional headquarteri, social head- quarteri, Ihf community ploct where cltan' living and higheif ideoli art implanttd into formative mindi and badiei . ; . thii it eur "Y", tht btst »pot a boy can bt. in away from homel Mor« pawtr to tht .portent m«n who conduct our Young Mtn't Christian Allocation. And «v*ry gtted wish t« it» director! and itt tpentori 1 Lichtenstein's Medical Arts Pharmacy Police Get Tip On Robbery Bat Arrive Too Late TOWSON tf> — Baltimore County police received a telephone tip last night that two thugs were planning to rob a night watchman at the county's road department shop. The caller said he overheard two Negroes plotting the crime. • The officers hurried to the shop to find the watchman, John Hauls- pipe, in a somewhat dazed condition. He said he had been hit over the head a few minutes before by one of two men and robbed of S10. Police later arrested a 22-year- old Negro and held him for investigation in connection with the robbery. - > . Bogus'G-Men' Probe Started ; JEASTON wi - Stale Police re-' port an FBI agent is due in Cam- , bridge today to "assist in an inves-''- tigation of reports that two men-,; have, been stopping cars and entering' homes in lower Dorchester County posing as federal agents. Deputy Sheriff Joseph Clop of Dorchester County said he has re-, ceived complaints over the past . two 1 weeks about the two men. After entering homes on various f pretexts, such as getting a drink- of water, the men then announce they are FBI agents looking around. 166 N. Centre St. La Vole, Md. Somuil Wertheimer 33 North Liberty St. FREE DELIVERY Dial PA 4-3730 •We Salute fl THE ALL-AROUND WASHDAY GIFT ... TH£ BENDIX DUOMATIC WASHER-DRYER ALL IN ONE It washes and drys in one continuous operation . . . just place your clothes in ... turn it on and wash day is over . . . what a life-saving, work-saving Christmas it would make. Stop in soon, see it in full operation. In all the world no car like this... New '56 Dodge 4-door Lancers now available in Coronet, Royal and Custom Royal Series. This is the Coronet 4-door Lancer, and there's nothing to match it at the orice. THE LANCER GOES 4 DOOR ! But wail! Here's more news! You can get the now 4-door Lancer in the low cost Coronet Series —full-size, full-styled, and in the low price field! You know the Lancers—the sensational hardtops by Dodge that stole the show last year. Well, now comes the most dashing Lan-ccr of them all—a new 4-door with beauty and safety features you don't get in other 4-door hardtops costing a thousand dollars more. Notice there's no center post to break the sweep of its gay and gallant lines. A rigid welded center pillar helps keep doors solid and firm. New Safeguard locks also hold doors closed in a grip of steel. All this and more you'll have to see for yourself. The news we have for you now is that the 4-door Lancer is not confinpd to the ultra-luxurious Custom Royal and Royal Series. // can be yours in the mine-priced Cormicl. Scries—The KING SIZE CAR that invades the low price field! Ever see anything sweeter than the Coronet 4-door Lancer showc above? Come on in and get the price. New '56 DODGE Dodge-Plymouth Sales-Service CURLEY S Inc Value Leader of the forward Look 123 S. Liberty St. PA 2-0200 Dodge Dealers present: Danny Thomas-io.ilbJce Boon for Daddy," Bert Parks In 'Break The Bank," The Lawrence Wefk Show-all on ABC-TV •

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