Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 6, 1955 · Page 16
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SIXTEEN EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Man Leaves Money To Pay For Window Note Says Pane Broken So That Man Could Get Warm WASHINGTON Wl — A 2-by-3-fool . pane of glass was missing from the front door of a filling station on the southeast edge of Washington when James J. Floyd arrived to open it today. He didn't find the expected evidence of a burglary- but he did find a note, scrawled with a pencil, which read: "I am very sorry I broke out your glass in your garage. I am not a thief or a robber. My wife put me out on the road and 1 am a cold man. I am leaving repair money. If this doesn't cover damage contact me." There was a signature, telephone number, and two SI bills. Floyd and another station em- ploye, Mrs. Doris Harmon, figured S3 more would be needed to cover the damage. They phoned police. Police Pvt. Thomas Waytt and the station boss. Hall T. Martin, joined the huddle. The eventual verdict: Full restitution; no prosecution. IF YOU WANT THE BEST Order Your Xmas Turkey From The P. S. Now! FANCY ALASKA SALMON Fancy Chom Lb. Can Fancy Pink C 4 Lb - C A 51c *• 59c Maine Sardines 3 „„, 23c OJL or MUSTARD Tuxedo Tuna con 21c Storkist Tuna can 34c Lean Pork STEAKS 35c ,„. LITTLE BO-PEEP DOLLS $4.05 • ALL FOAM RUBBER • 25" TALL • REG. $6.95 VALUE LIMITED TIME OFFER! EARLY CHRISTMAS PRESENT—Mrs. Muriel Pearson holds her stepdaughter, Judy, 10, after Suffolk Probate Court Judge Robert G. Wilson Jr., declined lo rule on an adoption petition until after Christmas. Judy is the center of a Somerville, Mass., adoption battle between her maternal aunt, Mrs. Esther Smith, and the stepmother. Judy's mother died in 1949; her father remarried in February, 1954. He died last July and Mrs. Pearson was appointed Judy's guardian three months later. <AP Photofox) (Continued from Page 11) Cheryl Ann Fanlo KEYSER — Cheryl Ann Fanto, 16-year-old daughter of Murcl and LaVada Lee (Householder) Panto, died yesterday in University Hospital, Baltimore. Besides her parents, the infant is survived by her maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Householder, and her paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bruno Fanto, all of Keyscr. Private services wil Ibe conducted Thursday at 10 a. m. in the Rogers Funeral Home by Rev. S. A, F. Wagner, pastor of Grace Methodist Church. Interment will be in Queen Point Cemetery. James A. Bush ELKINS—James Alvin Bush, 80, of Glenville, died Saturday at a local nursing home. A retired farmer, he was a son of the late Thomas and Eliza (Lockard) Bush. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Dellie Francis (Cooper) Bush; two sons, Earl Bush, Petersburg, and Elton W. Bush, Charleston; a brother, Harlic Bush, Columbus, Ohio, and two sisters, Mrs. Lillie Arbogast ELKINS — Mrs. Lillie (Brown) Arbogast, 85,'of Mingo, died Sunday at a local nursing home. A native of Randolph County, she was a daughter of the late William and Sarah (Ramsey) Swecker. She was the widow of Benjamin R. Brown and Lee Arbogast. She is survived by a son, Emmett B. Brown, Mingo; a sister, Mrs. Elsie Louk, Ridgelcy; eight grandchildren, 22 great grandchildren and five great,'great grandchildren. Services will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p. m. at the Mingo Methodist Church by Rev. Glen Nay, minister. Interment will be in the Sunrise Ridge Cemetery. The body is at the F. E. Runner Funeral Home. Mrs. Dell Fisher. Lancaster. Pa., and Mrs. Isora Fisher, Columbus, Ohio. Services will be conducted tomorrow ; at 2 p.m. at the Mouth of Sinking Creek Church. The body is at the F. E. Runner Funeral home. end. Sunday For Your Old Range, regardless of age or condition on this . . . Westinghouse BIG ECONOMY OVEN [Hunting Victim's Condition 'Good' The 26-ycar-nld Piedmont man Temperature Takes Drop The temperature look a sudden drop from the spring-like conditions that existed over the week- Grandma, 66, Outshoots Kin To Slay Deer State 'Annie Oakley' Gets 110 Pounder For Her First Game Kill SALISBURY Mi — Mrs. Howard Calhoun, a 66-year-old grandmother from nearby Delrnar told her son and son-in-law last night she might go deer hunting again "so I can shoot one for each of you and register them m your names." Grandma Calhoun should be allowed her little jibs She nailed an 8-point, 110 pound specimen at 50 yards yesterday with a 20-gauge shotgun using "punkin ball" loads. Her son, Claude L. Calhoun, of Delmar, and her son - in • law, Charles E. Rounds, of Salisbury, still have their first deer to get this season. . Included 19 Men The sharp-eyed Eastern Shore Annie Oakley tramped the fields and woods in a party which included 19 men yesterday. And she did it _ after staying up practically all night. Mrs. Calhoun said she took her •msband, a Pennsylvania Railroad conductor, to work at 1:45 a. m. Then she went home and spent the time remaining between then and 4:30 a. m. getting ready for the hunt. She bagged the deer on the Worcester County farm of Ed ,. ... r „ , Watts at about 2:30 p. m. after ? mbla " rlndia " s , of South America lours of patient stalking. Ion S before Columbus discovered Hunting 12 Years Mrs. Calhoun has been hunting for about 12 years. She took it up, she said, on the recommendation of a doctor who prescribed hunting as a way of relaxing nervous tensions. "He knew I liked to shoot," she said. Grandma Calhoun started the hunting season in November onjLook for the MDAA Canister quail and rabbits, the type of small ;ame she usually bags in quantity. But this was her first deer. Barton Area Will Get TV Permission was granted today by the Allcgany County Board of Commissioners to T. E. Conroy to string a television cable across the Temperance Row bridge at Barton as part of a program to provide TV service to residents of the Temperarce Row area. Conroy, who operates an electric appliance store in Lonaconing, said he. hopes to have television service to the Barton section ready by 'hristmas if the board granted the permission to string the cable on the bridge. The structure crosses Georges Creek. The commissioners granted permission with the provision the cable to be strung under supervision of the County Roads Department and by such means as the department officials felt best suited. The master cable for the Barton :elevision setup is located in the ligh grounds above the community. The board received an invitation to attend a meeting of the State Association of County Commissioners at Carvel Hall in Annapolis on Wednesday, December 15 .at 10:30 a. m. The board will attend the session and the next day consult various state agencies on matters pertaining to the county, such as roads, schools and the like. Higher Education Meeting Planned For West Virginia Platinum wa.-i Known to the Col- the New World. Parolee Faces Theft Charge A Vale Summit parolee is being held in Allegany County Jail in default of $1,000 for action of the grand jury on a charge of auto larceny. He is James Irvin Perry, 25, who was taken before Trial Magistrate Donald W. Mason yesterday afternoon by City Police Detectives Lt. James E. Van and Thomas J. See. Perry waived the preliminary hearing and bond was set at $1,000. He indicated he will seek immediate trial. Authorities said yesterday that Perry is charged with the theft of the auto of Joseph Deter, of 621 Leip'cr Street. The car reportedly was taken last Friday from the area of the B&O Bolt and Forge. Give to the 1955 Thanksgiving March for Muscular Dystrophy beside the cosh register where you shop. CHARLESTON, W. Va. WV-Just what the Legislature will be asked to do in meeting the State's higher education needs should be decided at a meeting here late this month or early in January. Senate President Ralph J. Bean said he would call a meeting soon of the 10-niember citizens advisory committee and the two Legislative groups studying the problem. The Legislative groups are the Joint Committee on Government and Finance and the Commission on In-; tcrstate Cooperation. Two major changes were proposed before the citizens and legislators yesterday in a report by Dr. John E. Brewton of Peabody College in Nashville, Tenn., whose staff has conducted a study of college level education in West Virginia. The major recommendations: 1. A. "Board of Higher Educa- 1 tion" should be established to administer all state colleges in West Virginia, replacing the State Board of Education and the West Virginia University Board of Governors. 2. West Virginia needs a program to recruit young public school teachers and hold them. Sherry is the only wine whose taste is not marred by tobacco smoke. Buy and Use Christmas Seals . . . Fight Tuberculosis! LEARN to DANCE Private or class instruction in all forms of ballroom and *tag« dancing. Skillful' men and womtn instructors. MOYER DANCE STUDIO 231 S. Mechanic St. -- Help Fight TB , L..Buy Christmas Seals ^ Send in Your Contribution TODAY the thermometers Cumberland showed 68 degrees, but this morning were down to 29 d grees. And the weather Bureau calls for considerable cloudiness with the low in Allcgany, Garrett and Washington counties to be between 20 and 25 degrees. Tomorrow is predicted to be rather cloudy with the high between 40 and 45 degrees. Thursday is to be cloudy with occfision- al snosv. Perry was arrested at 7:50 a. m. in Friday by Detective Donald Smith, and Officers James Brown and James Bohon, booked on investigation, and later taken to the State's who was accidentally shot while hunting Saturday is reported ' n r> 11 pi -T, p "good" condition this morning at " al ' * layers lo Get Garrett County Memorial Hospital, ! p ro i ccl i vc Headgear ! Oakland. ° Deputy Sheriff James Frantz of Attorney's office. Police said that Perry was on parole after having been given a suspended sentence not to exceed two years in the Maryland Reformatory for Males. This followed a trial last January in Allegany County Circuit Court before Associate Judge Morgan C. Harris. Local Police Locale iMissing Bedford Man . - CHICAGO Ml - The National Ross C - Ba S lc >'- 67, of Bedford, :0aklancl said William Jones, Pied-League today voted to require alll pa - wll ° was reported missing yes- 'rnont, was accidentally shot in the North Glade section while hunting. Frantz said Jones and another hunter. Harry Cramer. Swanton were lying in a corn field and as the victim rolled over on his rifle it discharged sending the shot up under his right arm and out his shoulder. Earl Barnard and Bernard Guy. v,ho have a cabin nearby, heard the shot and investigated and took Jones to the hospital, where surgery was performed. players lo wear protective headgear while batting. There was considerable discussion of the proposal and although the vote was not announced, several officials raised objections. The American League does not have such a mandatory rule. Upper Michigan's iron mines produced approximate!; 13 million tcrday afternoon, was located last night by city police. Bagley was reported missing by his nephew, James Karnes who told police he had brought his uncle to Cumberland last Friday for a doctor's examination. 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