Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on May 17, 1957 · Page 10
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 10

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, May 17, 1957
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TEN. EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., FRIDAY,. MAY 17, 1957 Dial PA 2-4600 for a WANT AD TakeiJ Military To Be Honored c The "Armed Forces Day parade will get underway al 11:30 a, m. Igriiorfow in the vicinity of the State Armory with Thomas K. Conlon Sr., as marshal. Older units include: "stale and city police, Marine Corps Color Guard, Fort Hill High School band. Army Reserve members, drum and bugle corps of Fullon Myers Post 153, American Legion. Sixth Special Infantry Company, US.MCR, drum and bu gle corps of Henry Hart Post 1411, VFW and also U. S. Naval Reserve members. ^fa5•or Roy \V. Eves and the City Council have been invited to view the parade from City Hall. Members of a Military Police company, according to Con- Ion. will be stationed at all slreel intersections. The route of the parade Mill be along Union Street to George to Baltimore to Centre to Market lo North Mechanic south to Baltimore and up the "main stem" to George Street'and back to the Armory where it will disband. A highlight of the day's acliv lies will be displays of military equipment on the lawn of Ihe Post Office. The Army Reserve plans a display of communlca- lions equipment which will' include a field radio set, a switch board with two field telephones, panel displays and posters. Sfc. Harry C. Larrimore, recruiter, announces there will also be a 57 mm recoilless rifle, a .12 gauge riot type shotgun and "dummy" bombs. The Marine Corps unit will have a display of weapons on the lawn with a member of the unil present to explain the equipment. A loudspeaker system will be sel up in order that military music may be played during the exhibit 'rom 8:30 a. m. until 8:30 j>. in. In case of inclement weather he Marine exhibit will go on display in the gymnasium at the icadquarters on McKaig's Hill. "Open House" will be held at the various Reserve headquarters. Lt. Cmdr. Gordon McHae, commanding officer of the U. S. Naval Reserve Armory here, is in charge of arrangemenls (or the Armed Forces Day program. LaSallc Scholars-hip Examinations Slated Eighth grade boys will take an examination tomorrow at 9 a. m at Carroll Hall for scholarships. Two four-year scholarships to LaSalle High School will be awarded as a result of the exa minations. OPEN TO 8 P. M. FRI. SAT. TO 6 P.M. FREE UNITED STAMPS • ROGER'S SILVERWARE^ U.S. LARGE N.Y. STATE POTATOES 50 LUSCIOUS LARGE CALIFORNIA STRAWBERRIES GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS 2 ,BS 25c Tuxedo can Ordination OfLocalMan Set May 25 James Burns, 210 Cumberland (rcet, who will be ordained a riest Saturday, May 25, in Balti- lore, will celebrate his first nass the following clay at St 'alrick's Catholic Church here. The solemn high mass will egin at 8 a. m. Rev, Mr, Burns 'ill be among a class of about 1( rom the Baltimore Diocese who vill be ordained at the Cathedra! y Archbishop Francis P Keough. The officers at his first mas; icre will be Rev. John U. Lynes's issistant pastor of St. Patrick's I'ho'will be assistant priest; Rev iobert F. Hopkins, assistant pas or of St. tyary's, deacon, ant Rev. Arthur W. Bastrcss, assist ant at SI. Patrick's, sub-deacon. Ri. Rev. Msgr. J. Lawrenci Kilkenny, paslor of SI.' Patrick' and rural dean of Western Mary and, will deliver the sermon Allowing the mass the newly irdained priest will give hi ilessing individually to those in attendance. Monsignor Kilkenny willbeo o a breakfast for the new pricsl his family and close friends vhich will he held at the rectors after mass. During the afternoon a recep ion will be held at the.Socia enter from 2-p, m. until 4 p. in For parishioners and friends. Burns, who is a native Cumberland; received his ele nentary education at 'St. Pat rick's Parochial School and grat ualed from LaSalle High Schoo n 1S48. While in high school, he wa active in Glee Club affairs. Afte !raduation he entered St. Char College in Catonsville and finishe lis studies toward the priesthoo at St. Mary's Seminary, Rolan Park, Baltimore. A member of Cumberlan Council 586, Knights of Columbi.. he was instrumental in organizin the Casey Chorus a number years ago. The chorus of about IS voice has become a popular singin group at the local council horn and has programs on variou occasions especially during th holidays, Rev. Mr. Burns is a son of M and Mrs. James M. Burns, wh will be accompanied by a rmmbf of friends to the ordination cen mony. 1(| LB. IU BAG LB. COh CAN J«W PILLSBURY FLOUR.. ALASKA SALMON... FAMILY COFFEE iiJ.6» SWIFT'S SWIFTNING.. PUBLIC PRIDE OLEO TASTE GOOD CHEESE ARMOUR'S LARD CRUSHED PINEAPPLE Webvorms Reported In Eckharl Section Webworms on apple and chcr, trees in the Eckhart area ha\ been reported to William 1 Johnson, disirict forester. The forester said the we worms, sometimes incorrect called tent caterpillars, may I burned off with smudge pots c sprayed although spraying shoul have been done earlier. Flood Wall B^Iow Bridge Started The first section of fooler for new flood wall along the west nk of Wills Creek below the iHirhore Street Bridge was ured yesterday by the,Hazel- ood Construction Company. The footer will serve as the of undation for .the vertical wall lich will extend from the Bridge to the mouth of Wills pour, reek. The temporary traffic work idgc, which is about a third mpleled, will resl on the top the vertical wall The first pour was made early st night and concrete finishers worked .jnder floodlights , to 1 smooth the massive slab of con-' Crete. Earlier yesterday, rodmen completed reinforcing the footer which was anchored to the bed 1 ' Ihe creek by Heavy steel rods. Additional sections of the foot - have been formed and will bt red as soon as reinforcing is completed. When a sufficient length „. footer is poured, forming crews will move in lo ready forms for the vertical wall. Since the wall'immediately be low .the traffic bridge must be in ilace before the wooden bridge is completed, this work will be rushed to completion. The procedure will re followed downslroam, where excavation is down lo grade for some distance. The firm has resumed work be on vertical wall above the Baltimore Street Bridge and will soon field begin pumping water from the of west side of the coffer dam. In other phases of the flood control job, crews of Die E, J. Albrechl Company yesterday were sur/acing Walnut Street liidgeley, which was 'relocated during the project. ,The same firm is making good progress oh Potomac River Sec- lioit 2 •— the last contract o£. $16.000,000 project. Hex E. Dexter, resident engineer for Ihe Corps of Engineers, said the company is locating its office, equipment repair shop and storage facilities in the old Community Ball Park area. The Chicago firm this week placed into service a big crane t which will speed the Section JJ hannel work. Clear heads agree: Galvett tastes better What do you want in a whiskey? Fine taste? Calvert has it. Taste that has made it a favorite with clear-headed Americans. Call for Calvert Reserve today. ft, Trytlie Calivrt taste in the handy Iriat size. ; nh Calvert Nothing finer in American taste CALVERT D1ST. CO., N. Y. C. 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