Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 7, 1955 · Page 10
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TEN EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT 'AD Tak«r Policewomen Endorsed By County PfA Council The Allcgany County Council ofiimporlant task of reducing high Parents and Teachers, meeting way anc i s t rec t accidents involving Monday at John Humbird School, automobile vehicles. The problem endorsed unanimously the Cumberland program of providing policewomen at school crossings. It urged county and is not only a national and COITV munity one, but an individual rc- incor- sponsibility," she said as she out- poraied"communi"ty officials to pro-| lined sa f et - v measures soon to be- vide similar protection for chil-! come wlde| y usetl ''- v motor car dren in school roues where there! manufacturers, and surveys and are traffic hazards. "Safety" was*™*™"" of education becoming the theme of the meeting. Mrs.j 1 ". 0 .™ widespread. Lester McGill, president, presided. ™»* 'f , ljc '"8 done m the ,; . . . . -schools, clubs, organizations, and Following the business session. Mrs. -Lucile Roeder, chairman of jsc through every medium of publicity, she noted, to help all people the \Vomens Division of the West-j u -; derstand lh ; t « accident preven . ern Maryland Safety Council, tion is an individual responsibili- spoke; on highway safety and means of reducing the highway j A safcty film showing the cause accident loll. and effect of numerous highway "Every person, whether pedes- accidents was shown. The film ti- trian:or motorist, has a part in the|(i e j s -r| )e p er f ec t Crime. • ; "" ••" • 1 At the business session, reports I j were heard from Mrs. Lester Reed and F. Allan Weatherholt, delegates lo the state PTA convention in Baltimore. Charles Cabbage, president of East Side PTA. spoke on the need for women police officers to handle traffic at school crossings, and stated,that the'program which becomes effective here next month is a step in the right direction and should be extended to all crossings in all parts oC Ihe county. It was after his remarks thai the Council took its unanimous action Let us take care of Your Real Estate and Insurance Problems! SATISFACTION GUARANTEED! 16 S. Liberty St. 1st Floor __ DIAL PA 4-0880 - favoring more traffic protection inj jail school zones. jWomaii Takes Off Alter Saving Tot Four states raise most of the Insulin is derived from th« pal- American rice crop — Arkansas,jcrcas glands of sheep, oxen, hogs California, Louisiana and Texas. and calves that arc slaughtered. Largest Spanish-speaking city in WINNERS OF MOVIE AUDIENCE POLL — Jennifer Jones, Tab Hunter and Peggy Lee, left lo right, hold their "Audy" statuettes after being named winners last night in the first audience awards poll. Miss Jones was honored for best performance by an actress in "Love Is A Many Splendored Thing." • Hunter was named most promising new male personality and Miss Lee, a singer turned dramatic actress, was voted most promising new actress. The late James Dean was named best actor of the year. More than 15 million voted. (AP Photofax) j Grocer? Store Owner Finds Business Tough EL DORADO, Ark. (S —A.92> year-old grocery store owner is finding out that his vocation is dangerous. t• Twice within four months, bandits have beaten N. N: Frisby. The first time a pair of robbers escaped with S100. Frisby stood up under the fistic attack of a .lone bandit the second time and' the would-be robber- fled emptyhanded: tf SHOPPING PAYS 'TILL CHRISTMAS! Butler Continues Tour Of Region Jrlcavener New Head Bedford Road Firemen Douglas Heavener was elected S. Senator John Marshall president of the Bedford Road JBuller continued his tour of volunteer Fire Company at a meet- j W e s t e r n Maryland yester- ay by visiting the Baltimore and Railroad back shops and roundhouse, various business es- f tablishments and other places of interest in Cumberland before going to Garrelt County. The senior' Maryland senator took in the B&O tour yesterday morning, then spoke at the' luncheon meeting of the ' Cumberland Rotary Club. Later in the afternoon Senator Butler traveled Oakland and toured Garretl County, speajting at the Grantsville Rotary Club dinner meeting last night. Today he will conclude a three- day stay in this area by visiting Frostburg, Shaft, Midland. Lona- ihg Monday. Other officers elected were Willis Wilson, vice president; James Greise, recording secretary; Harold Heavener. financial secretary; Robert Winfield, alternate secretary; Fred Roberts, treas- urcr; Fred Purnell, chief, and William Daugherty, trustee. Refreshments were served following the meeting. coning. Shop with Confidence In Cumberland's Jewelery Store - SEE LEE FIRST - FOR • WATCHES • DIAMONDS • JEWELRY OPEN EVERY NIGHT 'TILL 9! Barton and Westernport. p. m. he will meet with the Frostburg Women's Republican Club before returning to Washington for a business conference tomorrow morning. Members of the Allegany County Central Committee are accompanying the senator and his aides on today's journey. •N. CENTRE ST. , rf Watches* Diamonds- Si iver ware,. South Cumberland Residents . . . It's more convenient to pay your telephone and electric bills here. , Cumberland Savings Bank Mtmb.r F.D.I.C Emmanuel Episcopal Dedicates New Rail A new hand rail to the chancel ; 5? of Emmanuel Episcopal Church jg was dedicated at the morning serv- Stalled Elevator Cosls Sheriff $5 GREAT-FALLS, Mont. W—The court room started buzzing when the defendant in a murder trial had not showed up from jail within five minutes after the trial was to start. Sheriff D. J. Leeper escorted the accused man in and told Judge C. F. Holt they were late because one courthouse elevator stalled. The judge fined the sheriff for the delay. ice Sunday by Ilev. H .M. Richardson, rector. The rail was given in memory of Edward C. Reed by his brother, James Reed, and his sister, Miss Anna Reed. The memorial was designed by George F. Hazelwood. PERSONALIZED Christmas . Cards ORDER NOW! * Post Card Shop | 25 N. 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