Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 8, 1955 · Page 7
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 7

Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, December 8, 1955
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Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND. MD. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 8, 1955 SEVEN. Grand Jurors To Open Probe Of Land Deals MOUNT RAWER, Md. tfi - The ..Prince Georges County Grand Jury today was scheduled to open an investigation of three land transactions as part of a study of charges ^of speculation on State Roads Com- 'mission projects. ••"State's Attorney Blair H. Smith said "nine people and a corpora- tipn 1 ' are involved but "the mag- rliitude of the transactions wi]' not reach the same proportions as those in Montgomery County." - A grand jury indicted seven per- .sons in the Montgomery investigation, including Ben du Pre, formerly an assistant right-of-way engineer for the SRC. The charges were conspiracy to defraud the commission on land purchases for road projects. Smith said persons, other than ;. those indicted in Montgomery . County are involved in the Prince ...Georges County situation. He said .jone of the deals being studied concerns a piece' of property which ^doubled in value in two months. • Smith said five witnesses would .testify today. However, he could ^narne only Joseph Buscher,; assistant attorney general assigned td .the SRC; Detective Sgt. Emmett •;F; G. Gray of county police, and ^Leroy C. Moser, SRC right-of-way- engineer. . Pence Named To Group -- Robert E Pence, director of the - Cumberland Recreation Department, has been named a member of the annual meeting committee -of the American Recreation ' So- ::;ciety. DOOMED TO PARALYSIS—His s.pinal cord struck by a policeman's bullet, weeping James Nelson, 25, lies en a stretcher in Ridgewood Felony Court in New York and tells his court- appointed attorney, Sidney Sparrow of his remorse. Nelson, twice convicted for car theft, was shot in Hewlett, Long Island on October 24 during a struggle for Officer Charles Bogutski's gun when the policeman attempted to arrest him for another car theft. A hospital report said Nelson is doomed to a life or paralysis (AP Photofox) Highly-salted foods, if left standing too long in aluminum pots and pans, can cause the insides to pit and make them difficult to clean. The apple blossom is the official state flower of Michigan. $10,000 Sought In County Damage Suit Weight of the Liberty Bcll?hai ['Ibeen recorded at 2080 pounds.' '•'•• A Boonsboro resident has filed a damage' suit in Allegany County Circuit Court seeking $10,000 f or injuries sustained when "he fell off the porch of an area tavern. Orville G. Shank, RD 2, .Boons boro, through his attorney, Alberl A. Doub, city, has filed the suil against Genevieve Ybnkers Schaeffer, of RD Flintstone. i In the declaration, the plaintiff contends that the defendant, who is owner and operator of a public tavern and dining hall located near the summit of Polish Mountain on Route 40, negligently and careless ly failed to keep the premises in a safe and proper condition. As there wa-. no railing on the porch at the easterly entrance of the building, the plaintiff contends he sustainec 1 injuries when he fell from the porch about 10 feet to the ground. He also claims that he tripped over ^debris and other obstacles on the porch causing him to plunge headfirst over the edge of the building. The mishap, according to .tha declaration, occurred about 2 a. m.. The plaintiff elects to try the October 1. .1955 on a dark and 1 case by jury, foggy night. As a result of the tall, the plaintlft claims he sustained severe ana deep lacerations of liis 'face, a fractured nose and j«w, serious injury to his left eye, as Headquarters For SLIPPERS Men's - Women's Children's XINNEY'S. * 119 Baltimore St. f Lecture At KC Home Rev. Robert F. Hopkins, assist ,' ant pastor of St. Mary's Catholic I DENIM JEANS benous injury to ms icit eye. as Church will give a lcetm . e toda well as mulUple contusions and at 8 . 30 p- m- ol u Kn| hls o( bruises. 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