Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 5, 1952 · Page 17
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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 SEVENTEEN" 47—Real Estate for Sate SUBURBAN HOME— AT POTOMAC PARK Attractive two story, eight room dwelling, In good itate of repair. All modern «lty conveniences. C»n be u»«c! as dwell- In? or 2 four room apartments. Hot Air heat, gait furnace. Full basfiment with *»r«ge. Lot BOxno. it won't cost you when a street light regulator b'urn- . A dime to Inspect this attractive home. -Priced »7,SQO.OO ror Immediate aaie. Street Light Regulator Burns Out On West Side West Side, south of Greene Street, experienced a blackout last nighi, Oidtown Road. Two story, frame brick siding, composition root. 8 813 with room dwelling. Plrst floor bas Urge kit chen. dining room and living room. Second floor, large hall, three good elze bed *0omj with bath. Concrete Basement, hand Itred furnace sith hot air heat register Jed out. Henry W. Price, district manager of y>e Potomac Edison Company, today said the regulator has been George Washington laid the "*of the naitonal capital. pair. W1J1 quality (or G. I. Loan. |By Appointment Only CARL F. 5CHMUTZ rNBUHANCE — REAL ESTATE Bccond floor Phone Corner Baltimore & South Liberty Streets ORDER MSI Glenn C- Whitman and Genevieve L. Whitman, his wltr. Edwara D. Larkm.s, 11M I Plaintiffs vs. Dorothy M. Whitman, an i infant. Delendant. No. 23.383 Equity. In ! the Circuit Court ior Allegany County. 8 room modern brick home, north side of ! State of Maryland. Route 220, Bedford Ruad. t» m'.Iea north | Ordered this 4th day o! February, In of Nav« Crossroads. Gas fired furnace, the year Nineteen Hundred and Fifty double garage, lot 135x210. Priced to sell Two by the Circuit Court, for Allegory sale Double repair Harare with hoist machine County, sitting In Equity that the mad* and reported In the above cause »y Wilbur V. Wilson, Trustee, be ratified and confirmed, unless cause to the contrary thereof be shown on cr before March 7th, 1952, provided a. cops' of this •hop. lathe, drill press, electric charger, tools. 2 gag pumps. Store room. 4 nice rooms for living quarters. 2nrt floor. Bath n'eam heat. 3 garages. Possession at once. Grocery store, gas station, living quarters. Forced hot air heat. 200 ft. front. Route 28. 6 miles from Eldgclcy. Modern 4-room bungalow, Cresaptown 15.250. Modern 5 room Perma Stone bungalow, farage in basement. Knobley St. Rldgeley. Vacant. C. A. JSWELL. Realtor . . Rldgeley, W. Va. Phone 1549 8-ROOM Seml-Bunaalow. Electric, running water. 12 miles north of pllnt- <tone. 39 Acres suitable for farming. Excellent bunting lodge location Mrs. Simon Ruby. Star Route, Everett. Penna. MAYBTOY-POLAND REALTY AGENCY REAL ESTATE BROKERS PHONE PIEDMONT 6011. BIX ROOM frame house, bath, gas. two loU $4000. 418 Woodside Ave. Phone 1046-J. LOTS. VOCKE DRIVE. 80kl25. 3 at $400 3 at 3250. PHONE 3677. 48—Roofing, Spouting HEW ROOF1NO. GUTTERS. CONDUCTORS Metal Woric all types. Roof Painting S6 yr«. Exp. ALEX SCHUTE. Call 225* 50—Upholstering EXECUTRIX NOTICE THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the subscriber has obtained from the Orphans' Court of Allegany County, Maryland, letters Testamentary on the estate of Christopher C. Garlick, Sr., late of Allegany County. Maryland, deceased. All persons having claims against the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof duly authenticated, to the subscriber on or before the 25th day of July. 1952. They may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of the said estate. All persons knowing themselves Indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment. Given under my hand this 25th day ol January. 1952. Almeda Virginia Sellers, , Executrix, Locust Grove, Route No, 6, Cumberland, Md. Adv. Times-Jan. 29—F«b. 5-12-19. Recovering & Spring Repair Charles E. Brode. 359 Greene St. Phone 881 UPHOLSTERING. SPRINGS. Furniture Repairs. Truck-Auto and Kitchen chairs recovered. Cushions refilled. GEORGE BRAGG. PHONE G045-J. REPAIRING - UPHOLSTERING Furniture Work Guaranteed, fosselfj. 131 Frederics St. Phono U6!-W AUTO & COMMERCIAL UPHOLSTERING furniture Recovered. Modern Plastics Deo., B, Warner. 1323 V», Ave. PH. 3459-M UPHOLSTERING John Trozell 315 N. Centre 6510-J Display Classified Boys' sturdy school and dress oxfords and high shoes, made with double soles. Measured to fit ........... $2.95, S3.95, S4.95 ""'''-Boy*' w<i ° r Army-Navy Goods 19 N. CENTRE ST. EXECUTRIX NOTICE TJ3IS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the subscriber has obtained from the Orphans' Court of Allegany County, Maryland, tetters Testamentary on the estate of J. Thruston Boyd late of Allegany County. Maryland, deceased. All persons having claims against the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same with the vouchers thereof duly authenticated, to the subscriber on or before the 25th day of July, 1952. They may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of the sold estate. All persons knowing themselves Indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment. Given under my hand this 25th day )f January, 1952. Mrs. Elinor Shriver Boyd, Executrix. 501- Washington St., Cumberland. Md. Adv. Times-Jan. 29—Peb. 5-12-19. TUE UIIR lllC nllD Personal Says: "Yes!" $30 For 30 Days TOTAL COST 90c Personal Finance Co. Phont 721 201 llb.rty Trurt Otnuint Parti Guarantied Repair tirvle* Cumberland Maytag 11X35 N. Mechanic SI. ^ Fh»n« 2672 Only On« 0*al«i HUDSON SALES IIW*^«*«" SERVICE Jenkins & Schriver Motor Co. 133 a Mechanic St Phona 13 Eat At ... Happy Hills Farms Restaurant 228 BALTIMORE AVE. Take Home some of our HOMOGENIZED MILK—20c quart FRESH FRUITS &VEGETABLES Dependable QurJUi at Low Prices! HAGER'S SUPER FRUIT MARKET At Lover's Leap Order be published In some newspaper the City of Cumberland. Allegany County, Maryland, once a week for three successive weeks February, 1352. The Report states the amount before the 29th day ol of sale to be $5,600.00. JOSEPH E. BODEN, Clerk. True copy, Test: Joseph Z. Boden, Clerfc. Adv.-T.-Pcb, 5-12-19. • ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE. That the subscriber has obtained from the Orphans' Court of Allegany County, Maryland, letters of Administration on the estate of Christopher Columbus Miller late of Allegany County, Maryland, deceased. All persons having claims against the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers there of duly authenticated, to the subscriber on or before the 25th day of July. 1952. They may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of the said estate. All persons knowing themselves indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment. Given under my hand this 25th day of January, 1952, Bcsfle V. Miller, Administratrix. Lonaconlng, Md. Adv.-Tlmcs-Jan. 29—Feb. 5-12-19.. City Employes Free To Fight Manager Move c? r:*TA Program (Continued from Page 11) high school'and elementry departments have PTA groups while six vlgh schools do not. The supervisor said that among the high school principals he con- acted he did not find one in favor , of high school PTA groups, and that: Local 8l2 ' Municipal Employes- not a single teacher he contacted i union - wl11 lne « ^"'e" 1 a <- 7 ;30:»e.. supports PTA's in the high schools. | the Ea * les Horne for a <^cu»i°n-« f He noted that two high schools in:a campaign to oppose a move:to' ,he county which had PTAs dropped j brin * the dt - v manager form, .of the organization. Schools having all | government to a referendum in next 12 grades and which have PTAs imoiiUi'B B enera cicctwn. have more elementary parents than! Calvln w - shl Pf\- union president, high school parents who participate i sald tne local had bee " l«ta™ed by n the programs, he said principals j Clt >' Atc °f ne - v W ' Ea!;le <**?>' f al rted '"city employes are not, prohibited by ' Tells of Interview. tlle cily . chartcr . °f any ord j naaee Davis also stated that in inter- from , elther acllve! >' supporttag or views with students on the subject opposing any changes m the city he found many have no clear con-! charter by referendum ' ception of the purposes of a PTA, j Tnerf ~ °«' claU >' went °" whether they were for it or against i record vesterday as opposing a city • : manager. Mrs. Ralph C. Istmlnger, speaking! The Junior Association of Comas the motor of two children in merce was to have begun cu^ulamg high school ou'lined the alms of [Potions today m attempt to biing he PTA and how they would fit the ™ tter *> * ™ tc » ext monU >- MARYLAND PLAYERS OBLIGE AUTOGRAPH SEEKERS —The University.of Maryland football players were kept busy signing autographs before and after the Dapper Dan sports dinner Sunday night at the Knights of Columbus Home. Seated on the left (left to right) ** "V are Charles Lattimer and Lynn Beightol, Don Decker and Ed (Mighty Mo) Modzelewski. On the right (right to left) are Paul Lindsay, Joe Moss, Paul Nestor' and Ray Blackburn. All profit from the dinner goes to the Allegany County League for Crippled Children. Federal Order (Continued from Page 11) specialist for this area is Patrick D. Brennan, who . he added, is familiar with the area and its problems. Brennan's address is Purchasing andj Keysei .. an( j jjrs. j ane sowers, here; (Continued Prom'Page 11) Contracting Branch, Plans and Operations Division, G-4 Section, Headquarters Second Army, 37 Commerce Street, Baltimore, Md. The chamber recently compiled a list of industries in the state which have prime contracts with government agencies. The list contains names and titles of persons with whom sub-contracts may be negotiated. five sons, Havilah, Keyser; Everet, here; lice, Barton; George, Westernport; and Richard Mackley, at home; one brother, Leonard Teph- abock, Hartmansville, W. Va.; 20 grandchildren arid 13^ great grandchildren. The body will remain at the home of her daughter. Mrs. Jane Sowers, here, where services will be held Friday at 2 p.m. with Rev. Robert Two additional lists contain the jyj i Campbell, pastor of Piedmont names of the Army and Navy small Presbyterian Church, officiating. In- business specialists. Supplementing these is a weekly synopsis of defense contracts awarded to prime contractors by agencies] of the federal government. These provide valuable leads for business and industrial concerns interested in obtaining contracts,! Saeli continued. For instance, the order, amount and name of the contractor is listed in the weekjy report. A firm here which could manufacture and supply either the entire article or a part of it could contact the prime contractor whose address, is listed and negotiate his own deal or subcontract. Saeli said the federal order expected sometime today was directed by Mobilization Chief Charles E. Wilson. It calls for the formation of terment will be in Philos Cemetery, Western port. Peter P. Vivod LUKE—Peter Paul Vivod. 68. of 1319 Fail-view Street, died last night at his home. Born in Hungary, June 30, 1883, he came to this coun- jtry in 1908.. i He retired in 1949 from the power house of the Luke plant of the West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company, after 30 years service. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Mary Vivod; a daughter, Mrs. Robert Kalbaugh, Westernport; two sons, Alexander J., Newark. Del.; and Joseph S. Vivod, at home; a brother, John Vivod, Granite City, Methodist Church, Cumberland Valley. Rev. J. R. Hackenberry, pastor, officiated. Interment was in the church cemetery. Pallbearers were Clifton Whitfield, Jacob Oliver, William Mann, William H. Wilson, Harold Defibaugh and Thomas A. Hite. Rosalie Porter Graveside services were held this afternoon for Rosalie Porter, six ( weeks-old daughter of John J. and Mary (Speelman) Porter, who died yesterday at their home, RD 2. city, in the Berkeley Springs, W. Va., Cemetery. The infant was born December 24, 1951. Survivors other than the parents, are the paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John E. Porter, Corriganville; and the maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Altston Speelman, Berkeley Spring, W. Va. Mrs. Phoebe Jane Diehl BEDFORD, Pa.—Mrs. Phoebe Jane Diehl, died yesterday at 111. A | Thursday at 9 a.m. at St. Peter's Catholic Church, Westernport. In- rcquiem mass will be held an interagency "Distressed Defense.^ wj]] bc m thfi church ceme . the home of her daughter, Mrs. Carl Koontz. She was born August 13. 1863, in Fulton County, Pa. and was a daughter of the late James and Martha (Mellott) Lake, and widow 'of the late Phillip C. Diehl. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Carl Koontz, here;. Mrs. Lester Beegle, RD 4. Bedford; Lewis Diehl, Vandergrift; Freeman Diehl, Waterbury, Conn. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE. That the subscriber has obtained from the Orphans' Court of Allcgsny County, Maryland, letters Testamentary on the estate ol Susan Nichols late of Allegnny County, Maryland, deceased. All persons having claims aKalttst the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof duly authenticated, to the subscriber on or before the 18th <3»y ot July, 1952. They may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of the said estate. All persons knowing themselves Indebted to said estate are requested to mnkr Immediate payment. Given tihclrr my hand this 18th ' day of January, 1552. William Donald. Executor, Railroad St., Lonaconlnft, Md. Advertisement. T-Jan. 22-29—Feb. 5-12. Areas Task Force" composed of representatives of the Department of Defense, the three military departments. Atomic Energy Commission and General Services Administration. These procurement representatives will survey the idle production facilities nnd idle labor skills in distressed areas and try to channel contracts into them. The comptroller general will re- View all such contracts to preven abuse. The first effort of the task tery. Display Classified • INSIST ON • GENUINE FORD PARTS ST. GEORGE MOTOR CO. "Your Friendly Ford Dealtr" George St. Cumberland Phon* 580 $50 Cash for 30 Days Total Cost S1.50 Stop in or Phonel Aetna Finance Co. 1 N. UBERTY ST. — PHONE 5293 GUARANTEED Venetian Blind Laundry Cleaning - Repairing John E. Sharp & Co. 401 N. Mechanic St. Phono 6177 WOULD YOU t.IKE A CHANCE TO BECOME AN EXECUTIVE? Manager of n nation wide Finance Co. will employ a man 25 to 3") yrars old to learn the buslnt**. Applicant must have at least a lllKh school diploma, have a pleasing personality and want to set ahead. .Must have a car. Favorable Marling snlAry with regular future increases, no Saturday work, vara'lon with pay and liberal pension plan. For Interview write P. O. Box (IIS. Morjrantown. \V. Va.. civtnf education, experience stature and all oth^r pertinent Information. All replies kept strictly confidential. Re sure to cive phone number. Flanagan Services Services for Mrs. Mary C. Flanagan, Dry Fork, W. Va., who died Thursday at the home of her son Raymond Flanagan, Baltimore, were held Sunday at the Bethel Church, near Dry Fork, with Rev. E. D. Dietz, pastor, officiating. Interment was in the Flanagan Cemetery, Dry relieve unemployment defense cutbacks in force to caused by civilian production will bc in Detroit. Chairman of the ta.«k force Is both Boore, 84. Cumberland Valley, R. E. Gillmor, president Sperry Corporation. Pallbearers were Gordon Wolford, Lloyd Judy, E. E. Nelson, Thurman Shobc, Earl Han-, and Leon M. Judy. Boore Services Services for Miss Blanche Eliza- of the | Pa., who died Friday, were conduct- led Sunday at Burning Bush Homer Higgins, John Murphy and Louis Smith. Englebach Services A requiem mass for Robert McMillan Englebach, 71, of 106 Roberts Street, who died Friday at Allegany Hospital, was held today at St. Mary's Church, with. Rev. Lawrence P. Landrigan, as celebrant Interment was in the parish cemetery. Pallbearers were Thomas Tunney Robert Aman, J. J. Carney, Leo Fa hey, Clarence Williams, anc Charles Brieghner. William A. Lynch WINCHESTER, Va.—William Lynch, Si, died yesterday at his home here. He was born in Moorefield W. Va'., a son of the late George A and Caroline (Melcome) Lynch. He was the husband of the former Sarah Stewart. Mr. Lynch was member of the Pentacostal Church Besides his wife he is survived by three sons, Oliver and Robert Lynch both of Winchester, and Arthur Lynch. Pittsburgh; three daughters Mrs. Emma Crawford, Keyser; Mrs Louise Bailey and Miss Mamie Lynch, both of Baltimore; two brothers, Edward and Kloyd Lynch Keyser; a sister, Mrs. Laura VanPelt. Danville, Md., and nine grandchildren. Services will be conducted on Thursday at 3 p.m. at the Dueling Methodist Interment Church near Keyser will be in the church She was a member of Trinity Reformed Church, R.D. 4, where a ceme tcr" funeral will be held tomorrow atj 2:30 p. m. with Rev. Bert E. Wynn, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in the church cemetery. The body is at Barefoot's Funeral Home here and will be taken to the church at building during the night and po 1 |Firemen Probe I (Continued from Page 11) 1:30 p. m. tomorrow. Sharp Services FROSTBURG—A requiem mass for Edward Sharp, 85, of Vale Summit, who died Sunday in the Allegany County Infirmary, was held today at St. Michael's Catholic Church, with Rev. Reels F. Larkln as celebrant. Interment was in the parish cemetery. Pallbearers were Ranee Richard- Petition work was held up because I of yesterday's fire on Baltimore. .nto a high school program. Lee Marcus an Allegany High | < senior, said she asked members of * . her English class how they felt at lne pn " te ™' . . ", 0 ' Raymond C. Dorn, chairman Qf the Jaycee city manager committee, said petitions will be distributed to jservice clubs, civic' and women's i. i. ,„ ] groups as well a-s to each Jaycee. unless necessary because they have ° H "° ™ ' .. , f . , . +v .' _„_ iJaycees expect to have more than so many other interests the par-' about PTAs and reported on their views. She said those opposing a high school PTA said they "want to be on their ov.'n;" don't w nri ^ P PTA 1,300 names on the petitions. Yesterday, Henry A. Mackey, Jay- ents of those students with problems do not attend PTA meetings and those without problems have no need to attend; a better gmd- verification by Pi'iday. ance program is needed rather than I J a PTA; the Camper Club and other organizations perform fund-raising and other functions often carried out by the PT.«. Help New Families Those favoring PTAs, Miss Marcus said, feel that sucli an organization teachers a better chance to get acquainted; PTAs are good for new families coming into the community and that they could serve as a means of co-operation between two schools sucft as Allegany and Fort Hill. Charles Briggs, a senior at Beall High, Frostburg, said students he questioned appeared for the most part to oppose formation of a PTA, but he noted that some type olj organization, is needed to help guide students and to bring about a closer relationship between teachers and parents. Mrs. Stanley Buckley, a member of the Allegany County Board of Education, declared some type of organization is needed in the high schools. She stated more is needed than parents' nights once a year antij that the PTA could be a group for students, parents, and teachers to work together. Dr. Adam Baer, Frostburg. presided afc the panel discussion which was heard by over 100 persons. ruption. The unholy alliance between criminals and some men in politics must be broken. My record as chairman of the Maryland Racing Commission proves that I fought an uphill battle to drive gangsters and dopesters from the race tracks. "I shall continue to fight crime and corruption at all levels and_ wherever it is found," Mahoney also said "I am opposed to communism x x I am for economy in government x x I intend to devote my full time, my full energies and all the knowledge at my command to protect and improve out democratic way of life." Family Leaves (Continued from Page 11) -••—: and $15 for each child. The government takes care of transportation. Mrs. Gray has to pay for Mahoney Gels (Continued from Page 11) committees and the party in Baltimore city. Opposes Crime and meals in Seattle. If arrange.-, menls were made, however, she Wair to stay at an Army hostess housed, for $15. A veteran of 13 years in the Air Force, Sgt. Gray flew home on furlough last October. He back to duty November 7 and returned to the Far East. During^ World War II, he served In Europe,China, Burma and India. Both Sgt. Gray and his wife went to Fort. Hill High School. He is.$}C. s son of Mrs. Thomas W. Gray, -37 ' Oak Street. ''''.'" lien posted two patrolmen to guard Ihe structure and merchandise. Safes Removed The second floor, already weakened by flames and an 18-inch layer of water, held in spite of the strain. As the fire wa.s brought under control nbout 11 a. m. firemen began j chopping holes in the floors to al-! low water to run off. On Ihe ground floor, which was; untouched by the blaze, firemen i Class Ends Tomorrow The final class in the Bed ^ Mahoney said he hnd decided t.o|staff aides course will be held!.!»•»,' run "after much deliberation and j morrow at 10 a.m. in the Jury room" extended discussion with the voters|at the Post Office building, accof'S-"' in all sections of Maryland." He added: "I am opposed to crime and cor- ing to Mrs. Robert, Gerson, service- chairman for Allegany County" Chapter, American Red Cross, WISHING WELL Registered U. S. Patent Office .son, Roy Richardson, Harold Cain, »'"-»"'-'"•.« "* "^ "'"•"• •" c '"^ 1 ' moved nbotil wanly for fear a six- ton .sale containing PE records would crash through the second floor. Early loday, a crane completed ; niovinn two safes from the building. Alter the fire had been put out j at. 3 p. m. firemen helped PE em- ployes remove appliances and records to the lormer Lane's Store .site, two doors away. An hour later | they were back at their stations. . j Authorities today .surmised the 1 fire originated in a PE storaqc room ' on the third floor and later sprend to beams connecting .several buildings. Quick work checked that source of possible spreading. No one was seriously hurt, but Lt.; Thomas W. Lindner, nf Central, narrowly escaped falling into the blazing inferno from t.ho roof of the Shinnamon buildine. A hose knocked him off balance and Fireman' Harold Hipslpy caught him by the leg. • RepiT.-.eniritivi ? of the James Clark (v.tatr. owners of the burned | expected here to-' day from Baltimore. Shinnamon's and Maurice remained closed this morning. i BOTTLED GAS SERVICE UrinR your appliance nnd heating problems to us. Our factory trained servlc« men jive you quick, efficient «ervlc«. FISHER Gas & Appliances 5 HorrUon St. Phon« 4428 TWO FOR THE ROAD 1:>.M riodpr 4 door «fdan. Dark '(tray finish, plenty of tqnlpmrnl. A on** onnrr far, pood a* nfw. !WO Chevrolet i door srd.m. Radio, hfalcr, seat cover*. Tower Glide, dark «reen. nnr owner. GURLEY'S ING, 123 S. Liberty Phone Z58 Csed Car Lot 212 Greene St L BERNSTEIN WAREHOUSE 152 UNION ST. 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