Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 5, 1952 · Page 9
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 9

Cumberland, Maryland
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Tuesday, February 5, 1952
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Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY, 5, 1952 NINE Only Doctor In New Market Killed In Highway Accident (By The AiiorJatcd Pres4> sin succession Saturday while stand- near Havre de Grace in the rain Sunday night, according to police. In Baltimore, 83-year-old John T Collins died in Johns Hopkins Hospital from injuries suffered Friday. Police said he had been hit by a car while crossing a street near his SS Benefits Reported Here The Dr. Ernest P. Roop. 75, the only;ing along U. S. Route 13. His car home. Cumberland Social Security | Field Office paid approximately v, r H , , .. . w vr ' ' ~ ! The sixt1 "' vl <^'K>. Cokskeller Me- i $1.750,000 in mpnthly benefits to £.r wi J; * , c . ; , f,t j had 8° ne into a ditch and he had ;0ee, 28, Grasonville negro, also died!4,000 area beneficiaries during the hit Md f f f , t , on' Maryland I highways dur"gthe! step P ed On or near the highway,! of earlier injuries. The car she was alendar year 1951. j police said. weekend. A sixth victim died oJ injuries received In an accident a week earlier.!on. U. S. Route 40 near Edge- Reports from police listed four; wood . Authorities said Mrs. Joyce others seriously injured. ! Marie Lambert. 29, Wilmington, Dr. Roop was killed when his car j Del., was killed after she was smashed into a disabled oil tanker j thrown from her husband's car, truck along U. S. Route 40 near his then was struck by another vehicle home ^Saturday. State Trocper J. V. as she tried to craw! to the side of Stakem said the elderly .doctor had the road, been out on a call. : Lambert's car had gone out William Thomas Hickman, Jr., 32,'control and rolled over. !ddifl<? in hit a stalled truck near Another fatality occured Sunday!* 6 Kent Narrows bridge on U. S Route oO in Queen Anne's county. Sasscer Gets More Support Monthly income to retired workers, their families and survivors of workers who died during the year amounted to $143,000. James S. Getty, manager, said 1,333 new beneficiaries were added to the rolls last year. Of this total, 175 or 13 per cent had not inquired about their benefits when they were first eligible and as a result, they CHESTER-TOWN -</p)- The list| lost one or more monthly payments, of i of county central committees en-: The total amount of money lost 1 dorsing Rep. Lansdale G. Sasscer in i during the year due to failure of Parksley, Va., was the victim of a' An automobile struck and killed i his bid for the Democratic nomina- weird mishap on the Eastern Shore. :Raunders A. Williams, 40, Aberdeen. |tion to the U. S. Senate stood at 11 He reportedjy was hit, by three cars!He was walking along State Route 7 Handled With Care By Prescription Specialists Through absolute accuracy, constant study of new products, and using only test«d fine quality ingredients have w« attained our reputation and the confidence of our customers. Look to Cooley'a for your prescription needs. Try Our Free Delivery PHONE 42 COOLEY'S PHARMACY Cor, Henderson Ave. at Valley St. "Buy Your Drags in a Drug Store" these 175 people to file when eligible, amounted to $28,159.10 or an average of $160.90 each. i The Kent County Democratic: O f the total new beneficiaries : State Central Committee joined the added to the rolls ]ast year) 82 o reside in Allegany County, 195 in today. lineup for Sasscer over the weekend. Chairman Lchap Willis said the endorsement, was unanimous and included not only member of the central committee but Delegates Roger B. Harris and W. "aul Joiner, County Treasurer Robert E. Leej i and Orphans Court Judge Julian Crew. The Garrett County Central Com- Garrett County, 141 in Mineral County, 41 in Hampshire County, 40 in Hardy County, 57 in Grant County, and 39 in Perifcleton County. Getty said a representative of the local office visits each county at least once a month. The date and place can be obtained from jmittee announced over the weekend the office request it would support George P. Mahoney, Democratic national committeeman who has not yet indicated (whether he will be a candidate for the Senate. A Prince George's party faction and members of the Talbot County Central Committee dorscd Mahoney. also have en- Delaware is the second smallest state in the Union. Floor Replica GLOUCESTER, England—(INS) —Clay floor and wall tiles similar to those produced in the Middle Ages are now being made at Prink- nash Abbey near here, and plans call for using them extensively in the construction of the new monastery. In Half Sizes Scout Program| cliristo P liei ; plails c M. T<I -i' New Photo Shop set Iniirsdav But times have changed! A New Automatic Insulated Water Heater works faster* TOO! Hot Water ; : . plenty of hot water any time of the day or night . . . without waiting! Enough hot water to satisfy Dad, Sis and Junior. As much hot water as you want for all your round- the-clock household nerds! From shower to laundry—a modern Gas U'ater Heater docs the job easier, faster, better than your old tins water heater. What's more, a new Gas Water Heatcr assurcs enough hot water for automatic clothes ,-.nd dishwashing machines! And you'we . . . month after month! Gas is still the cheapest modern fuel you can use. And a oatj Gas Water Heater uses less fuel than your old gas model! lighten Your Days for Better living with a NEW GAS WATER HEATER . . . Automatic Operation: No tiresome trips Quick Recovery: No lonr; waiiinc for hot to the cellar . . . burner work? ater. You get all the hot water you want, Set the temjx-r.iiurc vmi want, then iorgc t ?.t-houts-a-day . about it! Insulated Tank: .\noihrr money-saver— Direct Heating: A.uomaur burner applic, lorl " hpat in wa!rr - " r " / '" // heat directly to tank from underneath, \\ater Rust-Resistant Tank: Withstands corro- heats faster— ram Jml.' Factory-Built: Emiiirrrcd ns a complete, efficient unit . . . assem'nlcd and shipped as a complete, efficient unit' sion — cives you clear, clean hot water and lon^-Hfc service! Safety-Pilot: Assures safe., carefree operation ] See the New AGA-Approved GAS Water Heaters at your Gas Company Office or Gas Appliance Dealer's TODAY! CUMBERLAND & ALLEGHENY CAS Co. Pick the prettiest spring print for this dress! So gay and graceful, with its gored skirt and flattering neckline. A Half-Size Fashion, you'll have NO alteration worries with this. Perfection for the woman with a shorter, fuller figure! Pattern R4724: Half Sizes 14',i. 16',4, IS 1 /:, 20V*, 22'A, 24Vi. Size IG'.-i takes 3=i yards 39-inch fabric. This pattern easy to use, simple to sew, is tested for fit. Has complete illustrated instructions. Send Thirty-five cents in coins for this pattern to ANNE ADAMS, care of The Evening Times, 42 Pattern Dept., 243 West 17th St., flew York 11. N. Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Cub and Boy Scouts of the Cumberland District will exhibit booths! at an exposition Thursday at 7:30j p. m. in the State Armory in con- j junction with National Boy Scout! Week. I A Court of Honor will be held atj 18:15. Cubs and Scouts approved for' | rate advancements and merit badges I ;wi!l be given awards. Henry Schriver, camping and activities chairman, said a number of troops and packs will participate in the program. Included are: St. Mary's Catholic Church Troop 8, which will have a booth depicting a model camp site; B. and O. YMCA Troop 2. booths on pioneer- i ing. coin collecting and astronomy; | SS. Peter and Paul Catholic Church : Troop 6, stamp collecting. J Centre Street Methodist Church! Troop 4, two booths on each sidej of the Armory depicting signaling: St. Patrick's Catholic Church Troop 14, fires and fire- places; Kelly Sprine.field Tire Company Troop 17, model camp; LaVale Methodist Church Troop 10, second class requirements, first aid, campers and knife-ax; Cresaptown Methodist Church Troop 9, trail signs. First Presbyterian Church Troop 13, knot tying; St. Luke's Lutheran Church Troop 1. camp gadgets; and Chapel Hill Lodge, I.O.O.F. Troop 15, tenderfoot requirements, games of skill and tracking. Cub Packs signing up for the event include Virginia Avenue FTA Pack 15. Cub handicraft; Mt. Royal School PTA. Pack 20, Indian lore; and Gephart School PTA. Pack 3, Cub handicraft. Coal Oil BUFFALO — (INS)— Keep castor oil in the refrigerator and you may have less trouble getting Junior to take the stuff. That's the advice of chemists of the Arner Co.. pharmaceutical manufacturers, who .say castor oil tastes better when cold. Nowhere in the New Testament are angels spoken of as having wings. Joseph E. Christopher, 705 Glenmore Street, will erect a new photograph finishing shop at 34 plritown Road. Ground !!or the building was broken yesterday and Johnson and Goss, local contractors, plan to have the building ready for occupancy by April 1. The new shop will be GO by 40 feel, with concrete block foundation and sides and a lJuilt up roof. Christopher, a native of this city, set up a ftnall photo finishing shop in the basement of his home after he was discharged from the Army in 1946. Since then, the business^ which now employs from five to ten full time cuipiuiCD, has outgrown the present quarters. Th£ firm has customers through most of the Tri-State area and is a i wholesale distributor of photograph- lie supplies. j The photographic finishing opera- itior. is done on an assembly line 1 basis, using automatic developing •and printing .machinery. j Christopher said he will add an- I other printer to ihe production line ai soon H.S equipment is available. : Eight out of every 10 fires in I United States national forests are man-made. DANCE TONIGHT at the WILLIAM PACA CLUB 119 N. Centre St. TO THE MUSIC OP THE BLACKBURN TRIO Featuring PETE HARPER DANCING 9:00 'TIL 12 MEMBERS AND GUESTS INVITED FREE With men who like good grooming, our shirt service Is 'must." Enjoy the satisfaction of shirts that are clean, crisp and wrinkle- free. Telephone 93G today. THE CRYSTAL LAUNDRY CO. Monsoon Hi Is Railroad KUALA LUMPUR, Malaya—(/P)— Rail service between here and Singapore was disrupted for 10 days recently when monsoon floods washed away large sections of the staple track. 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