TWELVE EVENING TIMES. CUMBERLAND, TUESDAY, MAY 21, 1957 Some Sectors Of Maryland Needing Rain COLLKCE PARK. Md. wv Drought-breaking rains brightened! prospects for most Maryland and' Delaware farmers last week end] but more rain is urgently needed' in Southern Maryland. The Maryland-Delaware Crop and Weather Report said considerable damage already had been done, particularly lo strawberries which are now at the peak o[ harvest on the lower Delmar Peninsula. Newly transplanted tomatoes and green peas also suffered from the prolonged dry spell and rapid deterioration was noted in pastures and some of the small grains. A decline in condition of the hay crops also was reported although Ihe dry soil provided ideal conditions for harvesting hay. The crop and weather reporters said prospects for barley and oats, now beginning lo ripen in Southern Maryland, and on the lower Shore were seriously affected by the lingering drought. Elsewhere, these grains were progressing normally. Wheat, maturing later, has not yet been seriously hurt by the dry weather and is now headed in the southern two-thirds of the two states. (Continued from Page lp being in failing health (or two years. He was horn in Cumberland, ihe son of the late George and Barbara (Weigans) Walker. Mr. Walker is survived by his wife, Mrs. Grace M. <Deremer) Walker; two daughters. Mrs. Wallace Johnson and Mrs. Elsvood Webor; a son. Kenneth Walker; two brothers, Roy Walker and Robert Walker, and a half broth- SA OFFICER —Services were conducted today in Clarksburg /or Capt. Lynn Wiseman, commander of the Winchester, Va., Salvation Army who died Saturday. He was in charge of Ihe South Cumberland Corps from January 1947 to March 19-58. Weight Checker Named For Area CHARLESTON, W. Va. W> — CarUon W. Brown of Martinsburg will become weights and meas- been taken off in the southern half j ey ' Mor g a » and Jefferson Dial 1 PA;2.4600. for: * WANT AD takel/ 1 Obituary er, J. Lawrence Cumberland. The body is at the George Funeral Home. Mrs. Agnes Evans Mrs. Agnes Evans, 69. died yesterday afternoon at Sylvan Retreat where she had been a patient for two years. Born in Elk Garden, she was a daughter of the late Irablrec, both of Oldlown; and vlr.s. Ethel Gnagy, Meyersdale, Pa.; seven grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren. He was a member of Ihe Paw Paw Methodisl .Church and of Paw Paw Lodge. Junior OUAM. The body will be at the Parks Chapel until 1 p. m. Thursday when it will be taken lo the Methodist Church for services at 2 p. m. by the Rev. Adam E, Grim, pastor of Grace Methodist Ways, all of Church, Cumberland. Interment will be in Camp Hill Cemetery. and Rosella (Bosley) survived by two sons, Frank Hipp. She is , Maynard 0. and Mcrnie B. Evans, both of Hagerstown, The body will remain at Ihe Kight Funeral Home until tomorrow at 1 p. m. when it will be taken to Nelhken Hill Methodist Church, to remain until services at 2 p. m. (DSTI. Interment will Cemetery. be in Nethken Hill M. Robertson Test Of Rail &ates Urged . ~ C IJSG Street Commissioner William II. Buchhollz suggested today hat the B&O Railroad run a full scale demonstration of its auto- Price Services FHOSTBURG — Services for Ilirihs BARNCORD— Mr. and Mrs.'. Edward, Corriganville, a son Friday in Memorial Hospital. BITTlNGER-Mr. and Mrs. Bernard, Barlon, a son last night in Memorial. Local Police Nab Runaway Juveniles Two Washington sisters were 1 turned over to their mother yes-, tcrday by City Police. The girls, arrested here Saturday night by Officer Jioyce J. Clayton"; were listed as runaway^! They ''were lodged in Hie Deleti-i • They lion Quarters at the Allcgany County Infirmary until Ihojr •mother arrived.- - .••£?' - „ A! , ,» „ matic crossing gates as they lie' B1 i^ NT ~ Mr - and Mrs > in with the synchronized traffic K ". l : Rld g=ley, a FREE HOW TO PAINT BOOKLET lights on Henderson Avenue. Buchholtz said he appreciated .he FUO's efforl to demonstrate 1 the gates to Ihc Mayor and Coun-i oil yesterday but he would like ^o see (he enlirc setup in opera- lion, the effect it will have on traffic flow, and actual results when a train approaches. The street commissioner sug gcsted a time when train No. 8 is 01 Maryland and Delaware and pea aphids were reporled on the increase on the slow growing second crop. In North Central Maryland, the alfalfa harvest was in full swing and red clover was reported in various stages of bloom in most parts of the two states. The greatest declines in condition of pastures came in Southern Maryland and the southern part of the Eastern Shore. The state of Maine was named (or the province of Maine in France. counties Monday. Labor Commissioner H. Richard Kcnnell announced Brown's appointment today, to fill a vacancy in the department since Roy Newkirk resigned April 30. Brown, 35, has worked for trucking companies and bus lines. He will be the only inspector serving Ihe three counties. What Destination? NEWPORT BEACH. Calif. ' \gt~ Docked here is Ihe 26-foot speedboat "Eventually," owned, appropriately, by a mortuary. PAW PAW— James M. Robertson. 84, died last night at Morgan County War Memorial Hospital, Berkeley Springs. He had been ill aboul a month. A native of Allegany County, Md.. he was born February 27, 1873 the son of the late Enos and Samanthca (Sims) Roberlson. His wife was Mrs. Lillie May Roberlson. Surviving are two sons, Alice Robertson, Friendsville. Md., and Lynn Robertson. Paw Paw; a sister, Mrs. Minnie Catlett, Cumberland; three half sisters. Mrs. Mrs. Lillie Price, 84, who died yesterday, will be held tomorrow at 2:30 p. m. in the Durst Funeral Home. Rev. E. Elwood Settle, pastor of First English Baplist Church will officiate and interment will be in Krostburg Memorial Park Pallbearers will be James Elias, John McFarland, John Hankin. Howard Ward, Car Schmidt and Howard Price. Welsh Services Services (or Jessie E. Welsh 77, ol 549 Fairview Avenue, who died Sunday in .Memorial Hospi lal, will be held tomorrow at 2 p. m. in Trinity Lutheran Church. Rev. G. A. Wagner, former pastor of the church, will officiatelfrom Valley Street and •> 2'9 |and interment will be in the^Icet from Kno.v Street. . „,„.., ... „„ due from the west at the same MOORF M time as the Speedliner goes west. MOI *- Ml "Due lo Ihe criticisms of lax- payers and citizens and the fact vie were not unanimous in granting permission lo install the lights, the above type demonstration should be held," Buchholl iid. The street commissioner said he had been advised thai Ihe circuit breakers for the cross- _ . son lastll night in Memorial. COOPER-Mr. and Mrs. George,! Dctmold, Lonaconing, a son yesterday in Miners Hospital, Frostbure. EMERICK—Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jr., RD 5, Somerset, a son today in Memorial. JOHNSON—Mr. and Mrs. Donald, Valley Road, a daughter last night in Memorial. and Mrs. Elmer, Seaford, Del., a daughter Wednesday in a hospital there, The mother is the former Willa Jean Wolford, daughter of Mrs. Charlotte Wolford, 221 Elder Street, this city. PAINTER — Mr. and Mrs. Charles, Oldtown Road, daughter last night in Memorial. PAINT .THE MODERN WAY WITH. for 30 seconds' warning at 50 miles an hour. Eastbound that would mean 2,200 feet at Franklin Street; 2,000 feet from Pear Street; 1,821 feet The body is at Ihe Silcox Funcr- il Residence and will be taken a the church tomorrow at noon. Scarlett lilies Services tor Franklin LeRoy 'carlelt, 55, of 707 Arundel Roberlson.ihome, will be conducted in Cal- 'vary Evangelical United Brethren Church tomorrow at 2 p. m. Rev. Raymond Campbell, pas- lor, will officiate and burial will Sunset Memorial Park, Westbound, the circuit is brok en 1,769 feel from Knox; 2,115 from Valley; 2,100 from Pear and 2,229 from Franklin. While he considered this ample - ing gales had been synchronized SEABER— Mr. and Mrs, George 5^^-TEX FLAT WALL ENAMEL M., Frostburg, a son yesterday in Memorial. WARNE—Mr. and Mrs. Russell, HD 3, Meyersdale. a daughter yesterday in Miners. Restaurant Owners To Hear Decorator Louis Hensal Jr., interior dec- :orater for Hater House, this city warning time, Buchhollz said he will speak before the Tri-Counly would still like to see all the Restaurant Associalion today at' gales in operation prior to the 8 p. m, in Green GabtesSsfsiaur-' lime they officially take over next ; ant, Jennerstown you want a paint that's reoliy Tuesday at 12:01 a. m. them a real safely measure." Buchholtz said he suggested be in Bedford 'Road. The ^ nd will be taken to the church a pedestrian gate on the west omorrow at noon. lS idc of the Pear Street crossing _ -. ' s a ' 'he residence yesterday that the B&O install fessman, 58, former resident ofj umberland who died Sunday at is home in Bellaire, Ohio, will K celebrated Thursday at 9 a. al SS. Peter and Paul Catho- e Church. Burial will be in Ebenezer Cemetery near Rom- The body is at the Kight Fu- eral Home where Ihe Rosary •ill be recited tomorrow at 8 . m. HOOVER Constellation Model 84 the cleaner that walks on #/>/ • No pulling — Ihe cleaner follows you on it*_own air stream. • Tne nozzle glides smoothly over rugs or floors — on wheels. • Nobody but Hoover hoi (he. double• Irelch hose which lefj you cfeon a full flight of iloirs. No other cleaner can! • A telescoping wand that won't come opart — UM it jhorl or long. • Full I h. p. motor gives you effective cleaning. • Suclion con be adjusted by a flick of Ihe thumb. • A Icing size throwawoy bog you can change in less than 10 seconds. Your hands never touch dirt. Formerly Sold for *97" CLIP AND MAIL THIS COUPON DOWN $1.00 WEEK t. BERNSTEIN FURNITURE CO., CombwUnil, AW. I Gemtemin: Pltoji ihip m« IJit Heaver ConitiHotion Swueptr, Modil 94 I . . . ol lh« n«w pile* of S69.JJ ... I w ;|| po , S].<x> down and SI.OO per w««V. He will talk on "Interiors of. isso-!. •ami I owners of Cambria, Somerset; and Bedford counties. . . c commissioner added he is Restaurants Today" The as S™ r ", l>C l the . ga .'?, and ,"1 <='«"<>" b comprised of restaur, iMessman Services A requiem mass for John E. and Dial the B&O has agreed to do so . Until the gate is installed, the railroad had agreed to set a suitable barricade into place. There are approximately 250 religious denominations in the U. S. ADVERTISEMENT Stops Heart Gas 3 Times Faster Ait iruulnp llttlt blftik Ubltl ctfititntui tTii rutMt.icllng audit]** \o,, B . |, uUa f t** <«ynuy by *Ur». 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Va., charged with reek- ess driving by Deputy Claude Cline when he skidded sideways i and narrowly missed the traffic j sland on Leitersburg Pike and Paramount Road intersection today, admitted that he had been drinking beer and that he forgot about the traffic island. ' He told Magistrate OtUnger hat a physical condition required him to consume considerable salt and that he was unable to take he. sale in wafer or in tablet orm. He testified that he found hat by putting a teaspoon of salt in each of two or three bot- Ues of beer he could get the necessary salt without discomfort. He was fined $25 for reckless driving. Harris Hears (Continued from Page 11) ment, said the property owners had given the city rights of ways hrough Ihe area years ago with an agreement providing when aj street was constructed they would! nut be charged more than the' cost of materials and there would; >e no charge for sewer lines. I He said that the city had en- ! lered into an agreement with the! federal government to construct; a wider street and one with high-! er specifications than usual so that they could obtain the federal funds. As far as Ihe storm' sewer which was installed, Cobey said the city had not charged property owners in other cases and he pointed to the storm sewers installed in connection with (he flood control project. Cobey also said the properly owners should receive the substance of what improvements are contemplated when they are be- 1 yond the usual street paving programs. Bolh sides slipulaied to the various ordinances and olhcr records in Ihe case in order to narrow down Ihe issues in the case. OFKM (HOME OWNERS \] APARTMENT OWNERS i |/COMMERCIAL USERS NO MONEY DOWN atu -NOT 4 o , - NOT 5 #|fr~WE GUARANTEE TO DELIVER SCREEN-STORM WINDOWS AND ONE DOOR! EXTRUDED ALUMINUM »M"* Tto »•( Wt ' ?AH>« OfH« **?«!? 10M, •»<' o.c- SCREEN-STORM WINDOWS AN EXTRUDED 3^T(3E ws ALUMINUM SCREEN-STORM DOOR LOW BUDGET AND INSTALLATION AVAILABLE COMPLETE WITH AIL INSERTS ALL FOR ONLY...I NAME ... ADDRESS PHONE L. B€RN JTCIN 9-11 N.CCNTRC Cub Pack To Mccl Tomorrow Evening Pack 11 Cub Scouts of America, will meet at Columbia Street School tomorrow af 7:30 p.m. All: Cub Scouts and parenis are to! attend. A movie on this months theme, Fire Prevention, featuring' "Smokey the Bear" will be; shown, along with another movie, i Awards will also be given by' Robert C. Webster, Sr., advance-! ment member. Included are] Ihree Webelos, highest in the Cub Scouts. j Refreshments will be served at the conclusion of Ihe meeting. I CALL HOW! SUHDIH6 iT 24 HUS. * DAT R» TOUK CWMHUCI IN THE CUMBERLAND AREA PARKVIEW 2-4210 o OK MAIi COUPON TODAY FIDELITY STORM SASH CO. FlDUirt STORM SASH CO. , 17« 111k AVI., AlIOONA, HNNA. ENTIEMEN: HEASE HAVt ONE OF YOUR REPRESENTATIVE CAU AT MY| I HOME SO THAT I MAY EXAMINE THE FIDELITY WINDOW MYSEIF. I I UNDEISTAND WAT I AM UNDER HO OJUOATION. j ADDRESS ;.!!'.."!!! ICITY..... STATE PHONE No. A.
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