Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on May 21, 1957 · Page 7
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 7

Cumberland, Maryland
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Tuesday, May 21, 1957
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oiul' PA, 2-4600 for a • WANT AD'Taker Suit Filed Over Sports Car EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD, TUESDAY* HAY 21, 1957 The purchase of a sports car by a Delaware woman' two taonlhs ago from a West Virginia man resulted in a dispute and against Leech CracraK, 1957 De-l The Delaware woman contend- caulur Ave,, Wheeling, W. Va., ed in her suit, docketed by Alter/or $5,952.54. Presumably Uie|ney William A. Gunter, that she suit was filed hure because it bought a Cooper sports car from brought suit over the weekend on the program man resulted in a csnute and— ;•• j ,? ••"• ..x-v»»»v « ui-u e> n a yvvj-ci op«i«, tar uvm suit has been filed h u ih. u Jr was figured that.Cracraft would Cracraft on or about March 18, suit has been f led by the woman have been here over the weekend 1957, for. $5,000, oh his represen- in Circuit Court hero as a result.-' •• - . - -•-- - .. «?.«««. .. Margaret 0. Boden, 29 West Park Place, Newark, Dela., attending the Cumberland Na for, $5,000, oh his representation that the vehicle was a new Mh lite Diet on your table... NO NEED TO GIVE UP BREAD!; lional Sports Car races. Two race car and had been in only years ago he won the first race one race You can have your bread and diet too...with delicious Lite Diet Dieting is a rtal pleafun when you include UTE DIET in your weight control program. For 2 delicious slices of this white special formula bread contain- no more calorics then a glass of ikimmed milk. Yet, because UTS DIET Bread is fortified with protective nutrients, it helps maintain vitality. You'll love its Uste and texture. It's a bread that tastes aj bread really ihould taste) ffO ADDED 5UGAK OH SHOBTENINCl BAKED BY THE BAKERS OF CRT'S SOF-SPUN The plaintiff argued that she undertook to enter her hew car in a sportj car race and it broke down during a practice run. She said competent mechanics Inspected and overhauled the car 'and insisted it was not a 195 jtnodel. A further contention Is 'that Cracraft actually obtained the 'car in question last August and raced it a number of times before ;he sold it. She said 11 took $952.54 ,to place the car in condition to jenler sporls car races. District Nurse Meeting Planned District 1, Maryland State Nurs cs Association, will hoH their an jnual dinner meeting tomorrow jat 6:30 p. m. at the Cumberland Country Club. A report on the third biennia convention oj the National Leagm for Nursing, In Chicago, earlie in (he month, will be given bj Miss Christine J. Williams, dis trict president and delegate from Allegany and Garrett counties Miss Carole Shuck, ilemoria {ospital student, who was spon sored to the convention by th lUlrict; Miss Ann Price and Mis Rebecca White, first and secon year students, will all give the! reports. There also will be a report o .he Economic Security progran for state nurses. Reservations are to be mad :hrough Mrs. Grace Fox Moore PA 4-9731 from 7 until 3; o PA 2-5972 after 4 p. m Unborn Crying Baby Just Can't Be Stopped MONMOUTH, ffl. KV-Dr. H. G Wells' says there's not much yo can do (or an unborn cryin baby. He reported that Mr. and Mrs Joe Mulberry's 8-pound, 13-ounc boy began crying an hour befor birth. He says it was his firs experience with a pre-blrth cr baby, although other cases are o record. High Flying Millenson Value BY KROEHLER Formed At Citadel By Men's Unit Captain Daniel Biggs, corri- lander of the Salvation Army itadel, said a Men's Fellowship iub has been organized. The first official meeting of the ew organization will be held to£/ at 7:30 p. m. In the basement f the Citadel. Capt. Biggs said about a dozen .en have Indicate" interest in ie club and that permanent of- cers will be elected In a few weeks. Similar clubs are being spon- ored by the Salvation Army iroughout the country, he said, o boost the participation of men n the Army'5 program. The Men's Fellowship Club, he aid, is expected to adopt a pro,ram stressing fellowship and cmrmmity or Salvation Army ervice. Red Shield Boys Clubs at the Citadel and the South Curnber- and Corps have organized soft- all teams. George Agers will serve as coach for the teams at both :orps, Capt. Biggs said. The teams are practicing on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons ant! will piay in a proposed church Softball league. Spectators Grab Hose, burning House Razed BEDFORD, Ky.-4R-Fire Chie :arroli Morgan got more than s little hot under ihe collar wher raffle-jamming spectators at a ire added a new twist. They grabbed the hoses am iirected water toward a blazin, house while protesting firemei stood by empty-handed. The! aim wasn't too good. Only th chimney was left. PICKETS WHITE HOUSE-Mrs. Esther Eicher poses in front of the White House in Washington, yesterday, while picketing the executive mansion in the hope of bringing to President Eisenhower's attention the case of her hunger-striking pacifist son. The son, Seymour, 26, began his 12th day of a hunger strike today in federal detention headquarters in New York He was sentenced last December to a year and a day in prison for failing to register for the draft. (Af fhtlola*) Water Preserver A whale 'oil extract is being 1 used to conserve water in Australia. The chemical, deposited in a thin film over water in dams and reservoirs, serves a purpose—it restricts r and permits the water to its freshness. Red Most Practical .' DALLAS, Texas (ffi— Why ar most barns painted red? Because red paint is cheaper, says Lawr ence T. Gardner, a paint com pany president. He adds tha dual more and more barns are.being iporatlon painted white now because white retain radiates rather than absorbs heat. SEVEN Father, Son, 9, Facing f Motor Vehicle Charges SALISBURY, Md. (fl — Edwarc 1 S. Ford Sr. and Edward S. Ford Jr. faced traffic charges today. Senior was accused at letting Junior, who is 9, drive the family car. Slate Trooper William Carey irrested them Sunday in down- own Salisbury after he noticed a driver "sort of hunched over the wheel" with an older looking fellow at his side. Senior, 41 will be given a hearing ?riday on a charge of letting an unauthorized person use a motor vehicle. Junior, who weighs 130 and I -.lands five feet, was charged with iperadng a motor vehicle. with, out a license. His hearing wu tentatively set for Saturday, < ' Carey said Senior told him Junior has been driving since hs was 6. , « Coeducational Switch.'," PHILADELPHIA Uf> — Tempi* University has a men's glee club and a women's glee club:. 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