Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on May 20, 1957 · Page 8
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BIGHT EVENING TIMES. CUMBERLAND, MD, MONDAY. MAY 20, 1957 Area Health Head Visits Local Office i' ; Dr. W. Ross Cameron, Hagers town, Washington County health officer, visited Hie Allcgany County Health Department last week. Tht Allegany County Health Department has been placed under his supervision until a sue cessor is named for Dr. Winter R. Frantz, who retired recently from the position of health officer. General administration of the department will be in charge of Mrs. Jennie 0. Grahame, vvlio served as Dr. Franlz's administrative assistant. Local Bankers Cited In Stale Magozinc The names of local and area bankers who are members of the PTA County Council To Hold Report Cites Workshop Thursday Night A "School of Instruction" work-| shop Thursday at Frostburg Slate Teachers College will be spbn-j sored by the Allegany County ?TA Council, according to Mrs.! Lawrence Shatferman, president. The event is open to all interested members of the PTA and will be of special interest to officers, polcnliul chairmen, principals and teachers and to various committee members, .Mrs. Shaflcrman said. Subjects to be covered include "Program Planning" with Mrs, Britten Martin and Robert Jones leaders; "Juvenile Protection" with former Magistrate Morris Bsron and Homer Higgins, leaders; "Conducting A Model Meel£0-year club are listed in the ing," Dr. Adam Baer in charge; current issue of Banking News, published monthly by the Maryland Bankers Association. and "Membership," Mrs, Kermil Giolfclty. Dr. Lillia C. Compton will talk on "Life Memberships Among them are F. Brooke and Scholarships" at this session. Whiting, president of the Cumberland Savings Bank, George A. Siehert, assistant treasurer of the Liberty Isaac }j. Trust Company, Dr. Hitter, vice president ot the Fidelity Savings Bank. Frostburg, and P. A. LaugHin, president of the First National Bank of Barton. dent, will bring greetings and ilrs. Benjamin Lewis will make announcements. The instruction committees for he council workshop include Dr. Baer and Mrs. Shatterman. in(ruction; Mrs. Baer and Robert Jones, arrangements; Mrs. Lawrence Kyle, publicity; and Mrs. \eiler, Mrs. John Lower, Mrs jeorge Buckalew and Mrs. James Snelson, hospitality. Since refreshments • are to be served, Mrs. Shalferman noted I is necessary that each .PTA ^resident notify Mrs. Benjamin Lewis at PA 2-6833, of the num- >er of representatives expeclet to attend. The goal is a mini mum of six from each counl) unit. Registration will be held in the old gym al'the college from 6:45 to 7:15 p. m. Mrs. Byron Bone break and Mrs. Lester McGill are registrars. At the opening session al 7:30 Dr. Baer will preside with the invocation by Mrs. Calvin Keiter R. Bowcn Hardesty, college pres- You don't need to pay S25O to S3OO for INCONSPICUOUS ...QUALITY HEARING AIDS! Emmanuel Parish Buffet Dinner Set The spring dinner of Emman uel Episcopal Church will be held, buffet style, Wednesday from 5:30 to 7 p.m. in (he parisi house. Tickets will be available a the door but the committee re commends that advance reserva lions be made with Mrs. Franci Sweene. Phone PA 2-0679 or Mrs jjjohn Geare, Phone PA 4-5505. The dinner, suopsored by th< St. Christopher and St Anne' Circles, is the final one to rais funds for the balance on a new organ stop. In 1618, two years before Ih Pilgrims landed at Plymoui Rock, a white man, Etienn Brule. reached Michigan's uppe peninsula. Beadier Gam The number of teachers in the ation's classrooms is increasing a faster rate than pupils enter g public schools, according to is Tax Foundation, Inc. Advancing salary levels are probably the chief contributor to e increasing popularity of the assroom," the Foundation's kmthly Tax Features observed, i the ten-year span from 1948 trough 1957 instructional salaries ave "moved upward 64 per cent om an average of $2,639 to 4,330," said the Foundation. "The rise is less pronounced hen salaries are adjusted to langes in living costs over the ffl years but allowing for those langes the increase in the pur- lasing power of teachers' sala- es between 1948 and 1957 was 0 per cent," said the Foundation. The foundation's publication otes that "despite recent annual ncreases ot more than one mil- on pupils per year, the ratio f pupils per teacher has dropped rom 27.6 in 1954 to 26.3 in 1956." The foundation, a non-profit or- anizalion, is engaged in research n government spending and tax- Uon. 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Peter and Paul Catholic Church, at the church on June 9 at 9:30 a. m. to mark his silver jubilee as a priest. The sermon during the mass jovernment at less cost to the will be delivered by Very Rev. axpayer. It also serves as a na- Boniface Weckman, O.F.M. Cap., ional information agency (or or- Charleston, W. Va., who was pas- anized taxpayer research groups nroughout the country. Choosey* Auto Thief tuns Afoul Of Law WARREN. Ohio (.¥> — Warren police have arrested what they describe as a "choosey" auto hief. They said an IB-year-old soldier arrested on suspicion of auto heft admitted stealing a car in Milwaukee, driving it to Racine Wis., where in a used car lot he saw a later model be liked bettei He drove the stolen 1956 sedan on to the lot, drove ott with a 1957 station wagon. GET RID OF PESTS Stake Your Future on VOGEL-RITT Inquire about our Termi-Stake Plan whkh helps to detect Termit** around your property Call or Writ* VOGEL-RITT ItS Bedford St. Phoni PA 4-1783 LaSallc Graduate Completes Course FORT GORDON, Ga.-Army •) Pvt. John J. Long, son of Mr and. Mrs. George W. Long, 303K I'ulaski Street, Cumberland, Md. was graduated Way 10 from the radio relay and carrier operation course al (he Army's Southeast A solemn high mass will be ern Signal School here. tor ot the church from 1932 to 1942. A parish reception will be held n Father Sevan's honor from 2 o 4 p. m. in the parish hall. Father Sylvan will celebrate a. similar solemn mass in his home parish, St. Joseph's Church, Dover. Ohio, on June 16 at 11 a. (EST). Father Boniface wiH aiso preach the sermon In Dover. Father Sylvan was reared in Dover, a son of the late Jacob and Addle Fondriest. Entering the Capuchin novitiate in 1926, he completed his philosophy course at Victoria, Kan., and studied theology at SS. Petci and Paul Monastery here in 1929 and 1930, completing his studies at Capuchin College, Washington in 1932. Father Sylvan was ordained to the priesthood June 14, 1932, and celebrated his first solemn mass n St. Joseph's Church at Dover on June 19, 1932. He served 10 years in Rochester, Pa., six years in St. Louis, six years in Pittsburgh and a year as chaplain in St. Francis ilospiial, Charleston, before coming here last August as assistant pastor. The eight-week course trainee Lx>ng lo operate and maintaii field relay, carrier and associaf ed equipment. He entered the Army in Sep lember 1956 and completed basi training at Fort Jackson, S. C The 21-year-old soldier is 1934 graduate of LaSalle Hig School. Space No Problem Al Kentucky Church. DAYTON, Ky. uv-Fire ruine the.First Presbyterian Churc here and the Rev. Robert 0'. Gar den, pastor, decided tq hold ser ices temporarily in the Sunda School building, which holds 20 people. A reporter said, "As I undei stand it, the church has 385 mem bers. Whal'll you do if they a turn up some Sunday?" "I'll praise the Lord," said th pastor. ADVERTISEMENT ABVEHTISEMENT We Give United Stamps 12 Words Stand Otil In Legislative Talk ANNAPOLIS, Md. w>—Millions of words uttered during the 90-! day session of the 1957 General] Assembly but 12 of them stand out above the others. Sen. Louis N. Phipps, Democrat from Anne Anindel County, was in the middle of a Finance Committee squabble when he said: "I may be wrong but if I'm right, you can correct me." Custom Gleaning for the 'Particular Gall or Send Your Next Cleaning to us See the Difference 1 HOU SPE Cleaning R SPECIAL Service Mary's Cleaners I 157 N. Mechanic St. Mothers Get VIP Tours On South Carolina Post FT. JACKSON, S. C. W—How officers and mothers make (hi oes the Army make its beds?. 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