Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 8, 1952 · Page 8
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Cumberland, Maryland
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EIGHT EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1952 Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker Grady Has Calved Three Times Since Plunge Into Silo YUKON, Okla.—#P)--Grady the cow haan't lost, any time since her historic plunge into a silo on Owner Bill Mach'g farm three years ago. • She's had three calves — one a year — and seems destined to have quite a large family before the end of her days. And the family is pretty well balanced — two sons and a daughter. Orady is seven years old now and has taken on a. few pounds but she hasn't lost her glamour. Mach says the curious continue to visit the ranch to see Orady, even though they have to got out of the way. Tuesday, Feb. 22, 1949 — Washington's Birthday — was an eventful day in Grady's life. Her first calf was born dead. Her sadness turned into frenzied flight. She bolted the barn and stomped headlong toward the silo. How she dived through the 17 by 25% inch opening is still a mystery. The news of her entrapment _ flashed across the news wires of the nation on Friday. Soon the whole wprld was wondering how Grady •was going to get out of her predicament. -»On Saturday, Feb. 26, a simple maneuver of grease, sleeping shots and a lot of push and pull sent Grady squeezing through the small opening and back into the barn yard. Company G ,,k (Continued from Page 13) fuard duty from Alexandria, Va., to the Martin Aircraft plant at Baltimore. irSn April the division went to A. P Hill Reservation in % Virginia an then to Fort Bragg in July. In mid- September the division- headed for Camp Kilmer, N. J., and overseas on the Queen Mary and the Queen Elizabeth. i'iln England the regiment was a Tidsworth Barracks on Salisbury JPlain, and at Cornwall where it remained until the day before D-day *| Practice Tactics *.i Company, battalion, regimenta |hd division tactics were practiced over and over again. A group of volunteers from the division formet {he 29th Division Rangers, an American counterpart of the British Qommandos, under the command o Major Randolph Millholland. "•'Before D-Day, however, thes Rangers who had participated in Several European coastal raids -with She British and Canadians were dis banded and sent back to their units iinriched with the latest technique of commando fighting. -•«• Obituary -•- Juvenile Magistrate Blasts State Prisons :• HAGERSTOWN. Md. — W) — A Washington county magistrate declared today that young lawbreakers yho are sent to Maryland training schools '.'come back worse." " Magistrate Evan Crossley of Juvenile Court made the statement in asking Director Milton Patterson of the State Department-of Welfare for additional aid in finding foster homes for boys recently convicted by him. (Continued from Pafee 13) Vnnle Hinkle, Rainsburg, and Mrs. Ellen Nagler, Bedford. Services will •>e held Monday at 2:30 pjn. at the iVood Methodist Church, with Rev. Hugh .Mason, pastor of the Bedford Valley Methodist Church,' off iciat- ng. Interment will be in the church ;emetery. The body will be at the home of Mrs. Hinkle tomorrow. Harry A. Teal Services for Harry Augustus Teal, 13, of' 30 Boone Street, who died resterday at the Allegany County Jifirmary, will be held tomorrow at 3 p. m. at the Scarpelli Funeral Home, with Rev. Donald F. Brake, pastor of St. John's Lutheran 3hurch, officiating. Interment will be Ui Hillcrest Burial. Park. Arthur Folk FROSTBURG—Arthur Folk, 36, of Richmond, Calif., died yesterday in a Richmond hospital. Mr, Folk was a son of the late Nelson and Missouri (Layman) Folk. He is survived by his wife and two sons; four brothers, Lee, Lester, and Jonas Folk, all of Barberton, lalif.: and Bruce Folk, Oklahoma; three sisters, Mrs. Leona Morgan and Miss Marguerite Folk, Barber,on; and Mrs. Beulah Schultz, Ohio. Two aunts, .-Mrs. M. M. Ward and Mrs. Ella Beaver, and an uncle, 3d ward Folk, reside in iProstburg. \VillUm H. Smith ROMNEY—Services for William Henry Smith, 61, formerly of Green Spring, who died February 3,. in^a veterans' hospital, Buffalo, N. Y were held Tuesday at Fort Ashby Methodist Church, with Rev. Sumner D. Sawyer, pastor, officiating. Survivors include three brothers, Jacob A., Buffalo; John C. and Carl Smtih, both of Green Spring; and four sisters, Mrs. Catherine Pettingall, 'and Mrs. Mary Vandegrift, both of Cumberland; Mrs. Hollie Davis, Fort Ashby; and Mrs. Perry Anderson, New York. George W. Kingr ROMNEY, W. Va.—Services were held February 3, for George William King, 95, who died February 1 at the home of his niece, Mrs. Virginia Hawse, Augusta, W. Va., at the Three Churches Baptist Church. Rev. Robert McCoy, pastor, officiated. Interment was in the church cemetery. Mr. King, one of Hampshire County's oldest residents, was born September 24, 1856, a son of the late William and Katherine (Stump) King. He had been bedfast for almost two years. Several nieces and nephews survive. Keith Combs ROMNEY — Services for Keith Combs, 23, of Shanks, W. Va., who died Monday in Memorial Hospital, Winchester, Va., were held yesterday in the Mt. Zion • Methodist Church, with Rev. Robert McCoy officiating. Interment was in the church cemetery. He. was s.-~san of Mrs. Kerwood Combs and the late Mr. Combs. Besides his mother,'he is survived by his -wife, Mrs. Nina (McDonald) Combs, three children: and a sister, Mrs. Walter Ruckman, all of Shanks.,, Ernest t, Rouzee HAGERSTOWN—Ernest Thomas Rouzee, 61, died Tuesday at his home, -244 South Potomac Street. A retired Western Maryland Railway engineer, Mr. Rouzee was a member of" Christ's Evangelical Reformed Church, and of the Clever Smith Bible Class. Surviving are his widow, Mrs.' Lottie G. Rouzee; a son, Ernest T. Rouzee, Jr.; five daughters, Mrs. Beverly Hamby, Mrs. Bernice Mose. Mrs. Wanda McCarter, all of Hagerstown; Gall Rouzee, at home; and Mrs. Janice Ogelsby, Baltimore; six brothers, Lloyd and Russell, Charles Town, W. Va.; 'Frank, Hagerstown; Arthur, Baltimore; Hugh, Paw Paw, W. Va.; Omar, Cotoctin, Va.; three sisters, Mrs. Frances Cotton, and Mrs. Mary Reynolds, Baltimore; and Mrs.' Edna Hardy, Charles Town, and eight grandchildren. Services were held today at the Rest Haven Chapel, with Rev. Frederick D. Eyster officiating. Interment was in the* Rest Haven Cemetery. James Dice PARSONS, W. Val—Services for James Dicej 76, of Cassity, W. Va., who died Tuesday in an Elkins Hospital, were held yesterday in Elkins, with Rev. Ross Culpepper, pastor of the First Methodist Church, officiating. Interment was in the Maplewood Cemetery, Elkins. Mr. Dice was born in Piedmont, September 13, 1875, a son of the late Mr. ( and Mrs. William Dice. He was employed for several years as powerhouse foreman at the Davis Coal and Coke Company; and since 1945 had held the same post with the Three Forks Coal Company at Cassity. He was a member of the First Methodist Church. He is survived by his widow, the former Nancy Eljlen Baker; four sons, Ernest : Paul, <of Kempton Cohen Reinstated By Teamster Body BALTIMORE — OT —••Reinstated yesterday as president of Local 335 of the AFL-Teamsters Union was Harry Cohen. A spokesman said other appointments of local ofiicers probably would be made today. Cohen's reinstatement came .less than 24 hours after he and all other jcal officers had been ousted by nternational officers. The interna- onal organization came in as the esult of a dispute between Cohen nd other local officers. Thomas J. Healy, who was named xustee, said Cohen made the initial nnouncement of his reinstatement o "everlone will know that he is ot guilty of charges" brought against him by dissenting local fficers. lore Income Refunds )ue Local Persons Five Cumberland and two area lersons are listed by the Baltimore ffice of the Bureau of, Internal levenue as. having returns uncol- ected for 1947. They are Ellis Shifflet, Otis W. Boor, Calvin Leo McDonald, Hayden H. Lease and Jessie G. McDonald. No street addresses were given. Also listed are Franklin Arnold Sisler, Crellin, and Pauline Donahue, RD 1, Mt. Savage. W. Va.; Frederick William, Pontiac Mich.; Robert, Oassity; and James Dice, Jr., Spokane, Wash.; a daughter, Mrs. Katherine Beull, Imperial Pa.; two brothers, Robert, Webster Springs, W. Va.; and Sandy Dice Weaver, W. Va.; three sisters, Mrs Bertha Phillips, Parsons; Mrs. Mary Jorley, Weaver; and Mrs. Bessie Baker, Belington, W. Va. Pastor Delivers Sermon By "Remote Control" i'i GALESVILLE, Wis. — HP) — The Rev. S. E. Vevang has explained why members of the Zion Lutheran Church heard Sunday's sermon from a record player placed on the pulpit. . When he prepared the sermon he did not anticipate a case of scarlet fever in his household or the quar- fcntine that went with it. So he recorded the sermon and sent it to the church. Woman Killed GRAFTON, W. Va.- - (IP) — State Trooper C. K. Butler said Mrs. Lena Elza R. Ilott ROMNEY. W. Va.—Services for Elza Rufus Hott, 58, of Slanesville, W. Va.,- who died Sunday following a heart attack, were held Wednesday at Salem Church. Rev. O. F Bowman, of Harrisonburs, Va., officiated. Interment was in the church cemetery, Mr. Hott was a son of the late James and Martha (Sowers) Hott He was a member of the Unitec Brethren Church. Surviving are his widow, Mrs Hilda (Haincs) Hott; six daughters, Mrs. Opal WoUord, Capon Bridge, Va.; Mrs. Winifred Ruckman, Slanesville; Mrs, Verlie Conn. Toledo, Federal Judge Criticizes Food, Drug Administration BALTIMORE — (ff) — The Food and Drug Administration cam under sharp judicial criticism here yesterday as Federal Judge William Coleman dismissed charge against an Eastern Shore packe accused of "watering" oysters. In acquitting the Milbourne Oys ;er Company of Crisfield, Judg Coleman said the Federal author! ties had "too much tendency t prosecute rather than assist dealer or manufacturers in a better under standing of the regulations." Infant Fatally Burned When Fryer Is Upset BALTIMORE — (fP) — Her 16 month-old son squirmed in a nearb chair last night as Mrs. Viola Hell mann prepared supper. She said he slipped from the cha: and pulled an electric fryer off the stove, spilling Its contents on himself. Del. Boone Announces As Congress Candidate ANNAPOLIS — (IP) — A Gordon Boone (D-Balto.), majority floor leader of the House of Delegates, has announced he will run for the congressional seat now held by. Rep James P. S. Devereux (R-Md.). Boone, a Towson attorney, said he will file today for nomination in the Second Congressional District, which embraces Baltimore, Harfor-i and Carroll counties. Devereux is expected to seek reelection. Curb On Gambling Set In Kentucky FRANKFORT, Ky. —(#) — Gambling in Kentucky nightclubs faced a new restriction today under terms of a bill which awaits the signature of Gov. Lawrence Wetherby. The administration - sponsorec measure requires the suspension or revocation of liquor and beer licenses on premises where gambling is permitted. The Kentucky Senate passed the bill unanimously yesterday and it previously was ap proved by the House 87-1. 'olice Recover jewelry Loot BALTIMORE-.^?)—The recovery f at least $30,000 in jewelry and ther loot was reported today by learby Dundalk police, who said the eizure probably would clear up ome 80 burglary cases. They found the jewelry—along vith watches, electric razors, cameras, and other goods—in three suit- :ases at the home of a 22-year-old ix-convict. Arrested with a 17-year-old last light by police looking for suspects n three recent East Baltimore burglaries, the ex-convict broke away and dashed to freedom. The younger prisoner remained in custody and s scheduled to receive a hearing tonight. More Recreation Urged ?or Federal Employes WASHINGTON— (IP) —More recreation for federal employes was proposed in Congress today. A bill introduced by Senator Neely (D-WVa) would authorize heads of government agencies .to set up recreation programs. The bill says recreation would increase employes' morale, health, general welfare and production. Admission fees from employes would help'pay the cost. Bare Oyster Rocks May Be Leased For,Private Use ANNAPOLIS —(/P) —Bare oyste rocks in'Somerset county may stL be leased for private cultivation. The House went along with Gov McKeldin and refused to accept measure that would block new lease of oyster bottom in most Somerse waters after June 1: Veteran Bonus (Continued from Page 13) the University of Maryland wide atitude in running the university's affairs. A compromise bill approved by University President H. C. Byrd will be up for' consideration before the session ends. 3hio TownJs Police Force Resigns Over Pay Dispute BEDFORD, O.—VP)—All 12 men on the police force of this Clevelanc suburb resigned last night. Chief James F. Gersham, who read a joint letter to city councilmen, said Bedford officials had no' given proper consideration to policemen's dernands for mori money. Councilmen called a meeting for Monday to consider the situation would get $3 under Sybert's measure. He pointed out that the counties provide offices for trial magistrates, including utility expenses. Most of their business is traffic business. The cost for providing the facilities has increase so much, he said, that the fee re- Imitted to the county really should The delegates, however, overrode 1 be $4 a case. a veto of a bill to give the board I The Senate ngreed with him 19 to of regents control of university en- j j.o. dowment funds. This also goes to the Senate with seven others. Fishpots Can Bt>. Used The first bill called up in the House would allow use of "Hshpots" in two Washington County streams. Del. Hicks (R-Washington) pleaded for overriding and the House went along, 95 to 24. Only One Veto Upset Then Senate upset only one of the 21 vetoes on bills it originated last year, but three others were ticketed for more consideration. At the urging of Sen. Sybert (D- Howard), the Senators decided to insist upon a bill passed in 1951 to increase the cut the counties get out of fines imposed for traffic violations. The counties now get $2 out of each traffic fine imposed. They Building Veto Bill Vpheld Many of dealt with the sustained vetoes local legislation. One which failed to get the necessary three-fifths majority was the measure for a $5,000,000 state office building in Annapolis. The Anne Arundel County delegation made a strong fight but the vote was 57 to 57. It takes 74 House votes to override a veto. Del. McNulty (D-Anne Arundel). who Jed the fight to override, said later he would put in a new bill for a $5,000,000 Annapolis building. The Governor in his capital improvements program proposed yesterday a $10,000,000 state office building in Baltimore and a $2,000,000 structure in Annapolis. He also made it known that even if $5.000,000 were authorized for Annapolis he would approve only $2,000,.000 in bonds. ' Court Circular Issued LONDON— (IP)— The first court circular issued by. Queen Elizabeth II today reported her safe return from Kenya colony with her hus- jand and entourage. It carried the letterhead of Clarence House,- the residence from which she is expected to move to Buckingham Palace, and the coat of arms she used as Princess pre- sumpti ve . Hungary Pays Respects To Queen Elizabeth BUDAPEST, Hungary — (IP) — Sandor Ronai, president of Communist Hungary's Presidium, sent a telegram of condolences to Queen Elizabeth today, a spokesman for the British legation disclosed. Foreign Minister Karoly Kiss and other high foreign officials paid their respects by leaving cards at the legation. Queen Gets New "Title" DURBAN, South Africa — (ff) — Zulu chieftains, intensely loyal to the British throne, have conferred the title of "The Female Elephant" on Queen Elizabeth The King whose death they mourn was known to them as "The Lion." The boy, Charles Heilmann, died of second and third degree burns at a hospital today. Found Not Guilty Charles A. Brown, 164 Baltimore Street, -was found not guilty in Police Court today on a charge of violating Chapter 14, Section 54 A of the City Code which prohibits .gaming tables. Trial Magistrate William J. Gunter returned his $50 bond posted December 15 and commented that there was insufficient- Ohio; Mrs. Nellie Rouzee, Flint _'iert evidence to warrant conviction. Rob- Mich.; Mrs. Virginia Kaylor, Mar tinsburg; and Miss Linda Hott, at home; five sons, Coy Hott, Elevens- burg, Pa.; Delmer Hott, Flushing, McDonald Bruce represented Grace Boyles, 38, of Grafton RD 31 Michigan: Russell, Ersll, and Eu- was killed when a U.S. mail truck !g ene , all at home. in which she was riding with herj Mrs Annifi c Hafpcr husband was in collision with ~ tractor-trailer near here. Brown. COOP COODS COME IN tlTTLE PACKAGES When You Decide Perhaps the time when you will buy a diamond is far in the future. But, it • is well to keep in mind always that you'll get far greater satisfaction and value when buying from your Registered Jeweler! Diamonds . , . from $35 Cara Little Eterl — Robert Little Ebcrl Reglstercd Jewelers, American Gem Society OPEN A BUDGET OR CHARGE ACCOUNT Properly Transferred Keith E. Cooper and Verna R. 'Cooper have purchased property on 'the northwest side of Davidson Street from William R. Zinn and Vena L. Zinn for about $7,000, ac- 'cording to a deed recorded yester- HARMAN. W. Va. — Mrs. Annie (Cooper) Harper, 73, widow of Wai- j ter Harper, former assessor of Dry : Fork district, died in an Elkins hos- ! pital Wednesday. She was born! here February 1, 1879, a daughter! of the late Mr. and Mrs. Francis; Cooper. Her husband died in 1S49.; She is survived by four sons, j Leo C. Harper, of Leadmine; D. A. i day in the office of the clerk of Harperi O f F fll -t Ashby; Carney and "Circuit Court. -, JKci-n both of here; two daughters, ! Mrp. Van. K. Bland, of Baltimore; Local Student Honored | anc i Mrs. j. w. Nelson, of Slaty Donald S. McCoy, son of Mr. and : Fork, and a brother, Jonas Cooper. >lrs. James S. McCoy, 109 PcnnsyHof Elkins. vania AVenue, has been elected vicej A funeral service was held this president of Tau Beta Pi. honorary! afternoon at the Presbyterian .engineering society at Yale Univer- j Church with Rev. E. H. Harman 'jBity. He is a 1950 graduate of Fort I officiating and interment in'Harper 'Hill High School. i Cemetery. MILLENSOUPS Spacemaker 1 - '••••- » •> • f •'••••' more atfd — storage space, 'Cumberland Itetfie Co. Virginia Ave. of 2nd St .1 Make Chrome Breakfast Suites Discontinued Styles Table and four chairs, regularly priced $89.50 colors: red, grey and green. —Exactly 6 in stock now reduced to $59.00 it's almost a give-away 317 Customer Parking Lof Across the Street from our store. You are invited to park your car on this lot free of charge. It is maintained especially for the accommodation of our customers. BOTH P. S. MKTS. OPEN TO 8 P. M. FRIDAY MAKCWERY PHON£ ORDERS! CALL CUMB. ... 600 CSPTN ... 6313 Large Volume T4////y ?^B • Penny WHEN PENNIES COUNT 7:... COUNT ON THE P. S. HONEY BRAND COOKED LB. SHANK END Tender Juicy ROUND STEAK Home Drest ROASTING Honey Brand COOKED BACON suc E r D HAMBURG FRESH GROUND SLAB BACON . . . Ib. 39c ARMOUR'S STAR SUCED LUNCHEON Ib. 49c TENDER SIRLOIN STEAK Ib. 59c IEAN PORK CHOPS Ib. 49c LEAN CHUCK ROAST Ib. 59c PORK LOIN ROAST Ib. 49c CENTRE CUT PORK ' CHOPS lh. 63e SKINLESS FRANKS Ib. 45c Snowcap Pure LARD 2 !± 39c Tuxedo Tuna can 23c Perk Washing Powder Ige. bx 19c Columbus Tomato Soup .... 2 cans 19c Chicken-Rice Soup 2 cans 25c Del Monte Prunes Ib. box 25c Plum or Grape Preserves . . Ib. jar 23c Apple Buffer 28-oz. jar 19c Salad Dressing qf. jar 43c Hi-Ho Crackers Ib. box 31c Salad Olives qt. jar 69e Maine Sardines 2 cans 21c Pink Salmon .,. ., Ib. can 57c Sweet Pickles "... qf. jar 47c Ton4aro Juice 46-oz. can 29c Orange Juice, Del Monfe, 46-oz. can 29c G'fruit Juice, Del Monfe, 46-oz. can 23c Potted Meats 3 cans 20c Vienna Sausage can 17c Roast Beef 12-oz. can 59c DEL j MONTE 1 CATSUP 2 ' b °,r 39c I DILL SOUR PICKLES £; 29c HARf! M THFSL RJ\RG\IVS\\ GRANTSVILLE LARGE doz LETTUCE SWEET JUICY FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT 3 ,„, 23' ORANGES Calif. Bunch Carrots Slicing I ! torg* Gr««n Tomatoes \A Cukes 25c,. * 2 ,„, 19c long Gr»«n Peppers 23c, Cabbage 2 19c 2 (or 25c Phone Orders Coll Cumb. 600

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