Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on May 22, 1957 · Page 3
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DM PX for K . VATUT 'AD TaJfe* College Launches Allergy Studies R.B.Hardesty Again Heads Scout Gr t oup EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, WEDNESDAY, CORVALL1S, Ore.-<1NS)- Oregon State College experts hare launched an all-out battle against Ihose liny substances which cause allergies in much of ., r „ ,, ul v<: , a , lL . %l . Hie human population. }of Krostburg Stale Teachers Col-;Corporalion is Robert F. Craven The battle is being financcdjlege, has again been named'of Pittsburgh, Hudson Nix, per- througl^a new fund grant whiclijchairman of Nemacolin Tralljsonnd manager, announced. Before joining the Amcelle Supervisor Of Training Named At Amcelle Plant 1957 T The new superrisor of Iraimng] H. Bowen Hardesly, president at Amcelle Plant of Celanese' came through the Universily ofjDistricl of Polomac Council, Boy „ Oregon medical school, which is Scouts. stalf. Craven held the posi «Xn g ° (hCr phaS ° S ° f lhe ' Hc-clcclcd vice chairman were litm ° f """'"'"8 coordinator for Thr- firnan,, vi , . , '•'• Paul Flsher of Cumberland:" 1 .?, PW'^* "a* Company in i^^,^." 1 ^ Hand Rohert Zarefoss of Frost,.!™^ 1 "* 11 ."*.«" P" 1 lhrM •|years. Previously ie had laughl that '" a f „?"_ , nnd ,. the burg. cause of irritating allergies, they will have been of great assistance to scientists looking for better treatments and preventives. „,, ,, ,.„.,„. . , 'social studies at Avonworth Hieh Ihe Mernacolm Trail District oIj Schoo | ln PilLsburgh i,e "erred Potomac Counc, Boy Scout, in-L fth ths Marjne 8Co e f«»« eludes um ts m Cumberland. Pac j,j c u.eatre from 1944 to 1946 TERMITES 19.50 Craven ,ie«roe, cum rcccj d , laude, from frostbm-g and surrounding areas. In ! 3 f ?£Tv ' ums ="<> aPPro"- A.H. , , mately 1,000 hoys in its member- Muskingum College. He conlmu P- |cd his sludies at the University Miles G. Thompson Sr,, dislrictjof Pittsburgh where he received commissioner, was recommend-ia Master of Education degree in eri to retain his position which he|19M with a major in counseling. has held for the past 1U ycars.JHe qualified for the Pennsylvania Members of the nominaling! B °ard of Education's counselor committee were Dr. Albert C'ook.jcfrfification. I'roslburg, chairman; H. C.! Craven is married to the Hcineman, and Miles 0. Thomp-jformer Louise Kerry of Pitts- children. He is (cmnorarilv resid- •""" Sr - bur Sh and is the father of threemg at 504 Cumberland Slreet The new officers will take office on July 1. Free Inspection Guaranteed Service Vogel-Ritt 165 Bedford St. Ruin-Makers VICTORIA I.TU-A new three- year contract with a rain-making 1 CoK± PrerTommifsio^'^ DOlll)1C ^XpOSCS though a B. C. researc On ilridyv PA 4 1783 rC|X)r ' sd '^ "° c h an s had occurred in any area as a irciult of cloud-seeding. ussion. Al- ,„ • cb councy I nimp Break in rainfall, . ' SICK ROOM NEEDS in stock ' Child't and Adurt Bed Pon« Wheel Choir* Back Reitt Bed Trays Crureh** Cane* Invalid Walton Invalid Cuihioni LICHTENSTEINS Medical Arts Pharmacy Samuel Wertheimer 33 NORTH LIBERTY STREET "Cumberland's Oldest Pharmacy" Dial PA 4-3730 • Anytime! W. Deliver ¥QIOt « Q5 *J 102 By OSWALD JACOBY Writicn for NEA Serice "Nicely played." beamed Xorlh. "Nicely played my fool."! growled East. "If my partner had just kept his silly mouth shut you would have gone down." l r *st had been guilty of one of the worst bridge crimes. He had doubled and thereby succeeded in locating Ihe cards /or declar-; er. East won (he opening club lead with Ihe ace and returned! Son<h the suit. Soulh won lhe second 1 3 *" trick, cashed one high trump and; 4 Butler Slated For Sentence Tomorrow Judge Ernest A. See of Mineral Counly Circuit Court will sentence Howard S. Butler, 55. Pied- monl, tomorrow for Ihe December .10 slaying ot Mrs. Velma Marie (Greenhorn) Sharon. Butler, who was charged with .murder by Ihe January term ot (lie grand jury of Mineral County, was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter on May 10 by an all-male jury which deliberated about two hours before reaching the verdict. Counsel for Butler and Prosecuting Attorney Donald C. ilotl will be in the court room at the lime of the sentencing. The maximum penalty is one year in the county jail, JI.OOO fine, or both. The rifle slaying of Mrs. Sharon occurred early in Ihe morning in Butler's aparlment on Ashfield Slreet in Piedmont. He was wounded as a result of the dual- shooting and underwent plastic surgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. He was shot in the left side and also in the lower left part of his face. ,,.... I Counsel 'or the defendant were to lead hut lrumps.!j oseph A B i undon Kevser altor six and East showed ne y, and Edward j. fi'yan, local attorney. Butler claimed the shooting of Mrs. Sharon was accidental. CRAVEN WORTH 22 J> 3 * JS62 « A 8763 + 874 EAST A S f.. * 9 7 S &'• • * J 10 9 4 » + A653 SOUTH (D) A A K J 9 8 t » AK3. Pass Optnfn then planned his p!ay. He decided that West's double had been based on five trumps: md that another trump p)ayi ou ( ; us t would be suicidal. Hence he play-jpecled + KQS Both vulnerable West North. Pa« 2 N.T. Pass. 3. NT. Double Pass EASt Pass Pass Pass as declared had sus- ADVERTISEMENT WAKE UP RARIN'TOGO Without Nagging Backacha Kf>sr! VOUCH n z«t th« i «st r*!:*f you need from r»Z2ififf hselarhe. hp*da(h* And nuscuUrach^* and puin* that otl*ncau*f *t'*lB niRhci ami n^mWe lirfd-out f^insr. \Vhcn thef* riL'romfon^ co/nc en rith over-fifrlinn or srrf-ss and itrsio -you want rrHef-watit it Xa*t! Another dwiurbance maj he mild hls<]i]er irritation intfg-iir.ltWrDnx foo] arKldrinV—often letting Up A restless uncomfortable ffcLjnH. *n'a Fill, woffc t*ft in 3 6epa«i« : I. by *P**dy KBlD-reli«vir.fraction to e*r* lonnenL nf nK^pnjr tackicbe, hta-3- W*S. miifcular achr* »orf painf 2. 'by oothmc rflecton ; bludrJer irritation. 3. by iM diuretic action ttn^inp to inc/-pas< outpul of the 15 miUs of kidney tubes Enjoy * uorwj TsJEnfji rlftp and iki «»PI>y Tftief millions hfive for OT«J ed the king of diamonds, over look with dummy's ace and raff- e a wilh the eight and,'(returned the jacfc. West was on' ilt tavei maner. ed a second diamond. i . - -- — -•This brought him down lo Ihe , galn . a ha< ? to * ive Soulh the same number of trumps as West I st two lrlck *' He had made The king of clubs and the ace | only °" D lrlck wilh his '»'* king and a low heart came next lr " mps to the <Jueen-t.cn. i South hart played the hand 'very well and was entitled to land West was in with Ihe c i NEW BEAUTY FOR YOUR HOME! S (North's praise. As a matter of [J [fact even East admitted the hand [was well played after he got [through telling West what he thought of his trigger-happy double " i Rich Plastic Value! WTiat do you do? A—KM thr« dfeimxfe. Ton to tx In t»roe *• TODAT-S You hold the rame hand. Your partner's bid is (our hearts. What Buys Ad ;0u Anniversary PHEX1X CITY, Al.- l.^-Haywood Waters, a print shop em- ploye, celebrated his 15th \ved- iding anniversary oy buyine a j full page. $120 ad in a weekly j newspaper. 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