Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on May 22, 1957 · Page 5
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 5

Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, May 22, 1957
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WANT AD Taker •HOME LOANS- Whenever you want to arrange a Mortgage Loon, investigate the low-cost Terms we offer. Quick Service. No RED TAPE. WESTERN MARYLAND Building & Loan Aii'n. 60 Peuhing St. DIAL PA 4-1602 EVENING Services Delayed By Derailment Passenger train service, on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company going west through Cumberland was delayed las night due to a derailment o[ ; freight train east of Ballimore Service was running from' 20 minutes to a half-hour behind schedule, The mainline tracks of tha com pany were tied up when about ten ears of a JfiO-car freight left the rails near Ballimore. No one was injured In the mishap, company officials said. Passenger trains were reroute* over the Pennsylvania Railroat lines, with spokesmen estimating that the wreckage would be [cleared up by this morning THAND£ WEEKS THIS SUMMER for College Students High School Students and Graduates Take belter lecture nolcs and lype your own terra papers in school this fall. Morning classes. One low fee. Terms available. Used in business and Civil Service. Write for FREE catalog: Catherman's Business School, 171 Baltimora St Cumberland, lid. PA 4-0966 Mr. CaU»rraan: Please send me free information about SpeednTidng Shorthand In Summer School. My Nome ...... ^_.._ Phooe ,.,...^... Address 4 Mrs. America" GAS Range by RODER Two Counties Act To Boost Teacher Pay Baltimore, Talbol Vote Hikes la Wake Of McKeIclin'8 Velo By The AssocioUJ fiat Two more Maryland counties have taken steps (o raise the pay of public school teachers in the wake of Gov. McKeldin's veto of a legislative measure thai would have hiked their salaries. The Baltimore CounSy Board of Education yes!erday approved a $400 across-the-board increase which would liil salaries to a scale ranging from $4.000 lo JS.500. However, to pay for it the County Council would have to enact a supplemental approprialion oJ $480,000. Teachers' Bonuses At Easton, Talbot Counly Commissioners approved $32,300 for teachers" bonuses but gave school officials authority to say how it should be distributed. Earlier yesterday, the commissioners voted lo give the county's 163 teachers $200 across-the-board for one school year only. But a delegation of educators convinced the commissioners, with the exception of H. T. Slaughter Jr. who opposed the move, that School Supt. Raymond 0. McCullough (formerly principal of Allegany High School, Cumberland) should be given discretion m allotting (he money. The pay scale in Talbol runs from a starling figure of $3.200 to $5.000 after 10 years. Neighboring Queen Annes and Caroline counties have approved similar bonus payments in hopes of keeping their leaching staffs intact. Gov. JIcKeldin vetoed a measure passed by the General Assembly which would have provided 5400 a year increases for all public school teachers. He protested that it was up to local governments to give the teachers a raise. Feed Set Tonight The Cumberland Oplimist Club will hold a shrimp feed today at 6:15 p.m. at Ihe Ali Ghan City Shrine Club. Conrl To Closo Police, Juvenile and Trial Magistrate courts will be closed next Thursday. May 30, in observance of Memorial Dav. Enjoy the IRfbnofe in Carefree Cooking with ROPER 'Z^Jrb/ Tie Astoentk Tap fiercer With a firafa Boper TamrTior pnmks tnfy automatic tap bwnec Mote tine to sped wkb yow /amfly, loo. Foods <oo« ... txte better. Set the Hopcr THrj. America." ' fber America" features TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD, WEDNESDAY. MAY 22, 1957 BAN'K ROBBERS SEIZED _ Robert Ferrise. 34, eft and Arthur Keraer, 30, bolh of St. J aul, Minn., are shown in Wickliffe, Ky. after inetr arrest in connection with the robbery of Chicago Warring On Drunk Driver CHICAGO (INS) — The days when an Intoxicated motorist with a,deft tongue was able to alk his way out of a drunk driv- ng charge are about over in Chicago. Chicago's police department is mobilizing the "Breathalizer" and opening classes lo train officers n the expert use of the purpor- edly fool-proof drunkeness de- ecting machine. Three-week courses are being iivcn to officers and some of the nation's top «xperts on the •Breathalizer." and a team of psychologists are delivering the ectures. Dr. Pafrick VltuHo, police leon. saidi "The 'BreaUializer' can be operated" simply and quickly, but it is a technical device. The men vho operate, it have to be specialists. "We will have one of the machines operating on the streets and motorists suspected of driving while drunk can b« tesled quickly." One of the lecturers wilt be apt. Robert F. Bourkensletn, o he Indiana Stale Police, who in vented the "breaUializer.' Vanishing West CINCINN'ATt «_The Wild West is dead—at least in Ohio, bounty Prosecutor C. Watson Hoover has ruled that a local vigilante group being organize under an 1880 "horse thief" law has no police powers. a bank in Moundsvillc, M. They took $36994 and fled in a motor boat on the Ohio River. Kentucky officers captured them. 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