Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 6, 1955 · Page 9
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Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1955 NINE Deer Kills Reported By Allegany County Hunters Following are deer kills listed in Allegany County yesterday, an all-time single day record. LEWIS' STORE (16) Jimrs Glnevan, Hagcrstown, 4-120, Green Ridge. Melton Cochran, 123 Greene Strec 8-125, Green Ridge. Bernard A. Harrli, 44 Eaitman»Hoi 8-130. Town Hill, Lewis E. Hartunj, 124 Polk Str« 8-150. Green Ridge. Harry C. Floyd. 128 Paca Street, M3 Green Ridge. Give Her Both This Christmas! $4i40 A WEEK!----- AND PAY AS LITTLE AS ..; MATCHING MAYTAGS 5f * fAutomatic Washer and Dryerj Washer can save 9 gallons • Widest choice of dryers of hot water per load! • 6 gas or electric models! y I • Exclusive Automatic Water Level Control • Gentle, thorough Gyratator washing • Exclusive Double- Spin Tubs • Operate on 110 or 220 volts • Use LP or city gas • Vent or no-vent installation • Prices and terms you. want I Buy Her New 1956 Maytag Now And Pay Nothing Till After Christmas! 31-35 N. Mechanic St. Robert Butts. 141 Brnddock Roa 9-14J, Green Ridge. Riymond T. White, Routt 4, Cumbe Und, 4-1ZO, Green Ridge. Lambtrt Mullenthyn, PtrryvlUf, Md 3-115, Green Ridge. H. B. Dryer. Route 5, CumberUn 9-135, Green Hidse. Jack D. Boden, 303 Decatur Stree 6-165. Green Bidge. Richard L. Klavuhn, 540 Greene Stree S-13»r Green Ridge. Robert S. Lynch, Route 1, CumberUn 8-135, Polish Mountain. • Edward B. Johnson, 741 Marylan Avenue, 7-135. Green Ridge. Richard Leo Athey, Bifer, Md., 3-13 Town Hill. W. P. Merrill, Route 8, Cumberlam 8-145, Town Hill. A. L. Bucklew, M Weit Firit Stree 6-129. Town Hill. John P. Glenroe, Riwlinjj, 4-123 Green Ridge. Matthew Dolly, Route 2, Cumberland 6-128, Warrior Mt. Enest Stickley, 301 Offutt Street, 7-123 Town Hill. Ellis Twigf, Rout* 1, Oldtown, S-155 Town Creek. Randolph Sigler* Brunswick, Md., 7-155 Sre'en Ridge. Charles W. Twisjt, Route l! Cumber .and. 3-141, Town Hill. Jerry Rennie. 311 Mt. View Drive 4-U6, Town Hill. Dale E. Auvil, I Fort Hill Avenue 9-149. Town Hill. Henry Folk, Baltimore, . Md., MM Town Hill. Clyde-W. Crahtree. Route 1, Cumber and, 6-129, Green Ridge.- George Eylcr. 1719 Bedford Road 9-140. Green Ridge. Wade -Morral. .Rout* 5, Cumberland 143, Green Ridse. Charles 0. Walters, Oldtown, 5-120 Town Creek. Melvin A. Ritchie, Rout* 4, Cumber and. 8-165, Big Pipe,Hollow. Harold McDonald, 9 Browning Street B-178, Warrior Mt. . Philip Hamilton. Oldtown, 3-125. PolUt fountain. Robert E. Sturti, 242 K. Mechanic itreet. 4-120, Town Hill. George H. Curtis, Ta^oma Park, Md. i-116. Green Ridge. Nellie M. Rader, Route 1, Paw Paw :-125. Town Hill. Robert V. Heller, 914 Maryland Avenue -121. Little Orleans. Thomas J. Dunn. 323 Springdale Street •110, Kifer's Farm. Viola Boiegs, Route 4, Cumberland -127, Pine Hill. Harold Malcolm, Route 1, Paw Yaw 0-165, Green Ridge. Charles Wm. Kiser, 220 Baltimore Av* iue. 8-130. Green Ridfe Station. Harry L. Iser, 113 Bellevue Street -130, Green Ridge. Lennetta Nleld, 1217 Lexington'Avenue -103, Green Ridge._ "Buck" Kasekamp, Little .Orleans -125. Green Ridge. Lakin .Hoot, 100 Pennsylvania Avenue •103, Green Ridge. . Hubert n. Davis, Oldtown, 103, uplke uck. Green-Ridge. -. _ Buddy R. Lewis, Routt 1, Paw Paw 1-128, Green Ridge. WESTERNPORr POLICE (J> Kenneth Clark, Westernport, 8-125 'an's Mt. :-.'••',, Calvin Clark, Westernport, 6-100, Dan's H. •. . • • .-•••: -... ••-• ' -. Zane Northcraft, Dawton, 4-115, Dan' It- ' -. ' ' ..::' J. A. Kenner, Weite/nport, 8-110, Dan's It. ' -. . t Edwin Rosi, Westernport, 4-110, Dan's It- Paul Clark. Weslernport, 110, spike uck, Dan's Mt. . . Fred Braithwaite, Westerhpdrt, .10-130, >an's Mt.' . ••. • • • ..' T. W.:: Rexrbde, Dawson, 110,' spLkc uck, Black Oak.' ' - : ; •'.•.' .'•" LAVALE STATE" POLICE (5*) John Ultis, Midland, 120,' »plke buck, own Hill. . W.. L. Smith. 870 Maryland Avenue, 1)0. Green Ridge. . : Gilbert Stalling*, J31 Avlrett Avenue, 120, Shriver Hill. ; Carl H. Hillegas, Valley Road. 6-120, hriver Hill. . . : William Rockwell, 709 Virginia Avenue, 110, Wills Mt. Harry R. Raygor, Corriganville, 7-130, olish Mt. Joe Raygor, Corriganville, 6-110, Polish It. • . •• ..' -.•;'. • .••-.••:..Ashberger Lawrence, Hawllngs, :.10-160 an's-Mt... ...••• . :...'.... Fred A. Clopper, Ellcrsli'e, 6-160, Little avage.. • " • " •',. , ; -. Gladstone Broadwater, Route 1. Cum- erland, 115, spike buck, Evitts Mt. Charles H. Jewell, Route 5, Cumber- nd. 9-145. Dan's Mt.- Agnes McDonald, Rocky Gap Road, 85,\EvltU Mt. • ' ' '•••' give your home a (GIFTy for Christmas at teen in Better Homes & Gardens Sequence Carpet by LEES Loop pile SEQUENCE has a graceful carved design and a rich luxurious appearance. The swirling plume pattern adds glamour to any room setting. Woven of all wool yarn in a special sturdy construction, SEQUENCE offers lasting wear and loveliness. . ...those heavenly carpete by * plume pattern has deep dimensional texture fashion colors include French Caramel and Ceramic Green Just one of 100 different Lees Carpets Choose here from all Lees Carpets—in every color and design. 9xl2L.eesCQ.50 Rugs from*' Broadloom Carpet— from • ' Howard L. See. 104 N. Mcch'inlc St 110, spike buck, Wills Mt. • Ira Shanholtz, Route i, Cumberltn 7-135, Green Jtidjc. : Raymond E. Henry,- V*lt Summ 7-130, Dan's Mountain. Roy L. Henry, Frostburg, 5-124, Dan Mountain, John Bone, Frostburg, 80, spike buc Dan's Mountain. Dan E. Jones, Midland, 4-100, Dan Mountain. Dock Flanagan, Keyter, W. V»., 6-13 Fox Hill. Adolph Norrls, Route 3. Cumberlan 6-120, Town Hill. • James H'. Skclly, Cresaplown, } Dan's Mountain. . . Cecil D. Warnick, Jr., Route 6, Cum bcrland, 5-120, Green Kldje. William Aldridge, Bedford Road, 5-8 Evitts Mountain. Harry Long, 4)2 Arch Street, 6-12 Rocky Gap. William Ware, Route 1, Cumberlam 6-108. Green Ridge. Robert W. Miller, Midland, Md., «-13< Wharton's Ridge:- . ' Louis Robinette, Mt. Savage. 7-13 Savage Jilt. ., . . Samuel Morgan, Route I, Flintstone 8-122, Evitts Mt. Russell W. Rice, Route 2, Flintston. 3-100, Evitts Alt. Robert 11. Whitson, 819 Columbia Ave 4-110, Wills Mt. David Datri,. Route 3, Cumberland 6-122, Wills Mt.' James SIcKenzie, 196 Glenn St., Froii burg, 6 ; 124, Midlothian. • • .Homer Willison, Flintstone, 4-110 Spring.Cap. ' John Booth, Route 2, Frostburg,- 4-122 iney Mt. Charles Deter, 446 Goethe St., 6-120 Chimney Hollow. ..- •;• •' ' » : John Bowser, Frbstbure, 4-110, Dan' Mt. - :• - ... Ferman T. Saville, 'Jr., 1009 Vlrginl Avenue, 5-135, Anthony's Ridge. D. D, Abernathy. Route 3, Cumber and, 8-122, Dan's Mt. Donald Blank, Mt. Sivige, 2-120. Mt Savage. Wilbert Smith, Baltimore, S-130, Gree; Ridge. . . • James Barrett, 113 Pennsylvania Ave nue, 6-110, Green Ridge. Paul Bridges, Baltimore, 4-132, Greci Ridsc.' . ' ' Kenneth Kce/cr, 1008 Gay Street, 7-92 Evitts Mt. R. D. See, Ellerslie, 6-120. Cottage Ridge. . .--•••• - '• .Clayton Robison,-Sr., 8-138, Big Savage Lester- Myers; Welsh Hill, < Froatburg 8-125, Town Hill. - • Donald Heinrich,; Jr., '310 Pulaski St 9-118, Pine Ridse. '. Charles Davis; Route 5, CiunberUnd 9*170, Dan's Mountain.. John GrabensieJn; Houti S,- Cumber and, 7-100. Town'Hill. D. W. Kline Sr., Rout* S, Cumber and, 9-170; Evitts Mt. ... B. B. Walters, Cumberland, 4-110 Town Hill. Clement Peter, Baltimore, 8-150, Town H!U. Glcndon Walters, Route 4, Cumberland i-105. Town Hill. - • Anthony H. Zalijto, Baltimore, 9-165 Jrcen Ridge. SHIPWAT'S GARAGE (93) Warren Welsh, Laurel, Md., 12-195 Fifteen Mile Creek. Richard Smith, Grecrimount,' Md., 110 pike buck, Green Ridge. Stelman Kerns. RD 4, Cumberland 0-140, Polish Mountain. Georje Yonker, Little Orleans. 8-115 Mck's Ridstc. P. J. Hutson. 472 Central Avenue -110. Green Ridge. William Grimm, Jr., Phoenix, Md. -110, Green Hidge. Anton J. Urbas, Frostburg. 8-142, Green .idgci ' Dclmar Yonker, Little Orleans, 5-94 lick's Ridge. . • Charles McLuca's, Morningside, Md.: 00. spike buck, Green Bidge. Walter K. Jordan, Boonsboro, Md.. 1-130, Green Ridge. Sarah Faulkner, Elkridge, Md., 3-102, reen Ridge. Larry Pcacher,.Hagerstown,'Md., 4-112, reen Ridge. Lcroy H. Troxcll, Garrison, Md., 8-118, rccn Ridge. William SchwallcnbcrKcr, Jr., Hunting, iwn. Md., 4-105. Dug Hill Road. William .E. Shriver, Oldtown, Md., 112, Town Creek. Thomas W. Kressler, Baltimore, 6-93, reen Ridge. Harry J. Tagg. Baltimore, 90, spike uck, Dick's Ridge. Frank D. Smith, Flintstone, 7-103, olish Mountain. George E. Smilh, Flintstone, 4-145, olish Mountain. Earl F. McKcever, Baltimore, 100, pike buck,'Green Ridge. Richard Brady, Baltimore, 4-91, Gre Idgc. Roger Van Horn, S'kesville, Md., 8-116y Green Ridge. Wayne Purnell, Little Orleans, Md., 4-114, Nolan's Ridge. John S. Bennett, Frederick, Md., 8-136, Town Hill. J.,: B. Hebner, Flintstone, Md.', 4-105, ToiVn Hill. Philip Fletcher, Myersville, Md., 8-129, Nolan's Ridge. James' Crawford, Little Orleans, 6-94, Dick's Ridge. Gloria Crawford, Little Orleans, 6-106, Dick's Ridge. Joshua Chrobat, Woodbine, Md., 8-103, Polish Mountain. Carl Nordccn, Jr., Adelphla, Md., 2-86, Polish Mountain, Earl Crawford, Hagerstown, 6-132, Polish Mountain. (Continued on Page 19) Senator Butler Touring County The second day of the tour being made in Allegany County by U. S. Senator John Marshall Butler opened today. ' • Yesterday he visited the B&O Railroad Bolt and Forge Shops and Backshops and last night he spoke at the Frostburg Rotary Club meeting. The senior senator will visit the B&O roundhouse today and plans visits to Cresaptown and LaVale in addition to Cumberland on the second day of his itinerary. Speaking to .the Frostburg Rb tai> Club at the-Zion Evangelical and Reformed Church last night, Sen. Butler 'made observations compiled as a member of' the general committee on the peaceful uses of atomic energy at the recent Geneva Conference. He was introduced by J. Glenn Beall Jr., son of Maryland's other senator, J. Glenn Beall of Frostburg. •". .••..•• . Sen. Butler pointed out that the United States and the world should put more emphasis on the peaceful uses of atomic energy. At the 1 close of World War II, he said,' there were two schools of thought on atomic energy. One.was that t would cause some sort of a chain reaction that would .destroy the world and the other that it would usher in a Utopian era where everything would be furnished for nothing. Both ideas have been debunked and scientists are now 'inding many practical uses for the atomic reactor, he said. -. Enlists In Marines . Orville Lee McRoble. Swanton, has enlisted in the Marine Corps for three years and has been sent to Parris. Island. S. C., for boot training. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll F. McRobie, RD 1.! Swanlon. "King's Cord" Corduroy is derived from the French "cordc du roi," meaning the "king's cord," and originally was used for '.he livery of the French king's outdoor servants. It had little fashion value in its! early days. • . Biblical Apocalypse '<:. Apocalypse, a Greek word meaning "revealing," frequently Is given to the last Book of the New.; Testament (the Book of Revelation), believed to have been written., bv John. The bald eagle changes mates only when one of the "pair, dies. The golden eagle,-however, fre-1 quently.changes,mates.. ; . Open your Liberty Trust Christmas Club NOW! For a merrier 1956 Christmas open the club that fits your purse and plans NOW! YOUR BANK IS THE BEST PLACE TO SAVE D*peiil Wttkly S .50 ..... 1.00 ..... . 2.00 3.00 5.00 ..... 10.00 ..... R«c«iv« SO Wi.ki .. $25. .. 50. i .. 100. .. 150. .. 250. .. 500. TtSIT COM! CUMBERLAND LONACONING Member F.D.I.C. . Mtmb.r FitUral Rtj.rv. Sytt.m m-"^ f •• ! ' : *"{Wk0±fo»w^'-*™ fM * 9f Its so easy 7 BUSES DAILY NEW YORK $7.70 Including 7 Expresses. For Example: Lv. 7:30 A. M. Ar. 4:55 P. M. Other Convenient Schedules to: Pittsburgh .... 3.U3 Washington ... 3.30 Philadelphia .. 5.60 Baltimore 3.30 Horrisburg .... 3.95 You Con Be There In 2 Days MIAMI $22.55 5 buses daily including through and expresses. For example: Lv. 7:30 A. M. 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