Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 6, 1955 · Page 8
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 8

Cumberland, Maryland
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Tuesday, December 6, 1955
Page 8
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EIGHT EVENING TIMES, (JUMIitiKLAMJJ, Jealous, Lovelorn Man Kills Woman, Ends Life HAMPSTEAD, Md. tf) — Jealous and apparently lovelorn, a 52-year- old ex-Baltimorean killed the worn- by sticking the shotgun into his mount and pulling the trigger. State Police said they found a an he professed to love in a tavern.'note on him in which he said he vesterday and then turned his shot-Moved the woman, couldn't have gun on himself. jher and didn't "want anyone else Edith Brown, in her early 40s.jto have her." of Baltimore, died from a point-j — blank shotgun blast in the face.! A merry-go-round made in 1850 Paul H. Taylor, who only re-jis still in use at Watch Hill, R.I. cently moved 'from Baltimore to.'It was originally turned by a Maryland Line, a northern Balti-i draft horse but is now mechan- jrsore County town, killed himselfiized. THE NEW THE Ntw • • matchless SUPER-AUTOMATIC OUTPERFORMS ANY'RANGE ... AT ANY MIICE ... IN ANY KITCHEN! NO MATCHES NO BUTTONS NO WAITING NO CONFUSION AUTOMATIC OVtN LIGHTING* AUTOMATIC BROIliK LIGHTING! AUTOMATIC TOP-BURNER LIGHTING 1 . S«*.th« n«w"matchU»" goi rang* at your GAS APPLIANCE DEALER Cumberland & Allegheny Gas Co. 1955 OiaJI FA-2-4ttOU for a WANT AD Taker Perlman'Hopes Adlai Wins Nomination BALTIMORE (ffi — Philip B.icr as a representative of Ham-jmcnt of dinner expenses, obliga- Perlman! Maryland, and for Kefauver. jtions to the National Committee 'leader and former U. S. solicitor-i The group was told the Nov. 28jand debts from the unsuccessful Igeneral, said last night he hopes f um i raising dinner produced about, 1954 campaign for governor, a to- iAdlai Stevenson will win'the presi-;$85,000.for the party. jtal of about S25.000 would be left dential nomination next year, , Perlman, speaking at an infor-j Imal dinner meeting of state party: [leaders and James A. Finnegan,; ipre-convention campaign manager j for Stevenson, emphasized his [statement was not an all-out endorsement. "I don't know whom our group will be for," he said, "but I hope that when the decision is made it will be made for Adlai Stevenson. I If it is not, of course, I will follow the group and support the candidate it agrees to support." The chairman of the dinner, first of three planned in Baltimore for aspirants to the Democratic nomination, was Mayor Thomas D'Ales-* andro, national committeeman who last week boomed Sen. Symington (D-Mo) for the nomination. ' D'Alesandro said last night he; considers Stevenson a "great: American and a great leader." ; But the mayor added Maryland ; Democrats were reserving their judgment "so early in the-game.": He mentioned Gov.Averell Har-' riman of New York and Sen. Ke-: fauver (D-Tenn.) along with Sy-j mington and Stevenson as he" told | the dinner group there were "a' great many outstanding Americans! . . . who have the qualities and thej ambition'to be President of the; United States." i Perlman was the only party leader to name a personal favor-; ite. • ! D'Alesandro said the other d'\n- : ners were in prospect later fori Carmine' DeSapio, New York lead-j It was reported that after pay-|for a 1956 campaign nest egg. ROCKET REVUE SCENE—One of the sketches of the Rocket Revue of 1955, to be presented Saturday at 8 p. m. at the Allegany High auditorium by Allegany Ballistics Laboratory em- ployes for the ABL Christmas Basket -Fund, features Dr. C. Dana McKinney, Jr., 'center). who became technical director of the plant earlier this year. Others in the picture are Miss Helen Hayden. employed in the computing division, and Robert J. Boniece, of the editorial division. The cast will hold a dress rehearsal Thursday evening at the school. Aircraft propeller blades arel^nli-Collof|UJal Essay usually made of hollow forgings ofi . ,,»- nn . T> "alloy steel containing one to two;tarries !?OUU AS I rize per cent nickel. * * * * * ATLANTA ffi—The late Judge William H. Black left Emory Uni- Maii's Confidence Gels loll From Hailstorm RARDIN, 111. (Ji — A friend of A. D. Boyd spoke confidently about i the gift"} (that lasts] ?and lasts'] ° ' * * \ V versity $5,000 to be paid at the rate,the'new window he had installed of ?500 a year to the freshman aljat the Boyd home. "Ain't nothing :Emory or any college of the Unt-igonna jar it out," he said. jvcrsity System of Georgia whoi A hailstorm 35. minutes later writes the best essay on this sub-jbroke all the windows oh the south ijecl: 'side of the house — including the j "We Georgians Are Often Our one installed "like Gibraltar." | Worst Enemies When We Intentionally Use Colloquialisms In Preference to Standard English." o Captive kangaroos are easily taught to box men in exhibitions. Wonderful Gift From You fo Him! The Suburban Coat with a "gallant" look for this Now's the time to select your Acrosonic Christmas. The selection of styles and finishes will delight you . . . and the exclusive Acrosonic tone and response will please you. But don't wait . . . now's the time to select your Acrosonic. PRICES AND TERMS PLEASING TO YOU Cancer Donalioii Set Members of the Cumberland Lions Club will donate SI each at .he luncheon meeting Wednesday at Central Y.M.C.A. to the Damon Runyon Cancer Fund in memnrv of Edgar D. Vandegrift, who died last Fridav. Florida ORANGES 8 Ib. Bag 49c Florida GRAPEFRUIT Bog Idaho BAKING POTATOES 59c 10 Ib. Bog Giant PASCAL CELERY ZOC Stalk Imported PITTED DATES 2 „ 45c Here's a handsome, versatile coat that will "do you proud" when and wherever you wear it...on th« job, walking, relaxing or just doing chores around the house. It's 100% pure wool, with a soft luxurious feel — Thermalized with quilted Lustraloft that backs up wool's wonderful warmth —with no added weight! And to top it off with distinction —really bountiful pockets, leather buttons and swagger stitching. The Cavalier affords the utmost in comfort and appear* once —come in, try one on today! m. 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