Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 8, 1952 · Page 12
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TWELVE EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1952 Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker Training Sites Announced For Reserve Corps Summer training schedules for local Organized Reserve Corps components have been announced. Company K, 319th Airborne Infantry Regiment, will take Its summer training July 6 to 20 afc Camp Pickett, Va., while the 372nd Military police Kscort General Company will receive training August 17 to 31 at Port George G. Meade. The other units' schedule Includes Headquarters, Headquarters Detachment, 398th. Ordnance, June 15 to 19 at Camp Pickett; 729th Array Postal Unit, July 20 to August 3 at- Camp Pickett; 810th Signal Service Battalion, August:-. 17 to 31 at Fort George G. Meade and the 942nd Explosive Ordnance Disposal Detachment, July 6 to 20 at Raritan Arsenal, N. J. Major Grant E. Hoover, unit instructor, announced that the Reserve Corps here has plans underway to form a rifle team to fire against members of other armed forces components in the area. The Organized Reserve here has also received a number of commendations for superior showing in reserve activities. The unit instructor and staff have received a commendation from the chief of Maryland Military District, Col. Arthur L. Shreve, and another from the Maryland Military District's senior Army instructor, Col. Donald McGrayne, for superior work in reserve affairs. Col. Shreve and Col. McGrayne conducted an inspection of the local reserve recently. Also receiving commendations were four enlisted personnel of the local reserve who took top honors at the completion of the Administrative School. They, are Melvln D. McDonald, of Company K, 319th Airborne Infantry Regiment; John P. Rowe, 942nd Explosive Ordnance Disposal Detachment; Theodore W. Gray, 729th Army Postal Unit, and William M. Gero, of Headquarters, Headquarters Detachment, 398th Ordnance Battalion. , The local corps this week started on the first of a series of problems in basic military subjects in which personnel making top scores will receive awards. Officials said the problem this week is map reading. They explained that ability to read a map and follow a directed course is very important In actual combat and it has saved many from being captured by the enemy. Next week's problem will be first aid, and will be to line with the Civil Defense program. Major Hoover also announced the promotion of two local reservists. Lt. Leo C. Brannon, of Company K, 319th Airborne Infantry Regiment, has been appointed as platoon leader, and Pfc. Eugene V. Bridges, of the Airborne unit, has been promoted to the rank of corporal. Negress Charged With Abortion Free On Bond A 46-year-old Pittsburgh negress, charged with committing an abortion on a local teenager was freed yesterday under $2,000 bond pending the action of the April grand jury. Magistrate J, Milton Dick bound Lillian Detrick over to the grand Jury after she waived preliminary hearing. She was arrested Wednesday afternoon upon arrival at the Queen City Station on a Baltimore and Ohio Railroad train from Pittsburgh. Minor Ailments Hinder Garner Answering Mail TJVALDE, Tex.—(/P)—Former Vice President John Nance Garner wants his friends to know he's not mad at them. The reason he hasn't been answering their letters, he explained today, is that he has been having trouble with an arm and a foot for the past six months. The ailments are minor, the 83- year-old Texan told Victor Dittmar of the Uvalde Leader News. Otherwise, he feels fine. Just doesn't want to answer those letters right now. Mary Haworth's Mail Editor's Note: Pacing marriage with BO money saved, man tell* girl tbat It Is her responsibility to pay for honeymoon. DEAR MARY HAWORTH: This Is the problem of a dear friend of mine. Ann and John are planning to be married in June. Their funds are very limited, John has nothing saved, and Ann has a small bank account and her own furnished apartment, live. v.-here they expect to Both are employed and plan to keep their jobs after' they marry, and they have in mind a /.implej wedding. Ann's mother is dead, and her family consists of her father and sister. Her father is unemployed 111 take oath that she hasn't yet sponsored the ide that John promulgates IB her name. It is probable that John picked up his self-indulgent notion of who pays for what from the Edward Streeter book and movie—"Father of the Bride"—which makes a rueful joke of how little a wedding costs the bridegroom,'and how exhaustively" the bride's family is supposed to spend to launch the undertaking. Still, In suggesting the sky as ] the limit for the bride's-famlly and lives alone; and the sister is married and has a child. John's! 4- parents are living and he has five Alms brothers and sisters. The problem is that John seems to ihink Ann should pay for the wed- spending, nothing was said or implied by__S.treeter to the effect that the bride or her side of the house finances the honeymoon. ding supper and honeymoon. They are to be married at 5 o'clock in the afternoon, and have a small supper just for the bridal party Before going away. Several friends save been advising John to share expenses, but he keeps quoting Emily Post, saying the bride is supposed to pay for everything. Will you give us the straight of it—so I can show your article to John? C. S. Man's Assertion Ts Preposterous DEAR C. S.: John's absurd allegation that a bride pays the expenses of the honeymoon automatically ex- DOSBS his false claim to scholarship n the field of decorum. There is no traditional precedent for his statement. It is my impression that Emily Post, hi her classic "Blue Book of Social Usage," keeps up with changing times In revised volumes— adapting the enduring principles of ;ood form to latterday exigencies in human relations. But even so, LUMBER NEEDS WESTERN MARYLAND LUMBER*? 1 M C M U LUN Mqhwoy >Phone2\ZO His Helplessness I've seen maybe half a dozen etiquette books, antique and modern, in the t lifetime's reading; and if memory serves me, each decrees that the bride and/or her family (or guardian) pays for all the folderol of the wedding — except her ring and bouquet, and the clergyman's fee. These are the bridegroom's obligation prior to the ceremony; and it is permissible for him to provide flowers for the bridesmaids, and small gifts for ushers and other attendants, if he desires. Once the vows. are exchanged, however, the costs of bliss devolve upon him in toto, theoretically. He foots the bill for the honeymoon. As a matter of fact, the practice of a man's financing the honeymoon (if any) is so generally followed that authorities on. manners don't even touch on it. They take for granted that everybody knows and subscribes to this unwritten rule; and that nobody will dispute it. '' As John has no money saved and plans to move into Ann's apartment after marriage, I take it that he cannot afford a honeymoon,—which means that Ann would have to finance their going-away, If she wants a trip. To 'cover his helplessness, he is trying "to, argue that be's not- supposed to do what £e knows he can't do, namely—pick up the checks as the marriage gets going. All things considered, I think his attitude is that of a heel; and I believe any jury of self respecting males would agree with. me. M.H. Mary ' Haworth counsels through her column, not by mail or personal Interview. Write her In care oJ The Evening Times. (Copyright. 1SJ2. The Washington Pott) (Distributed by King Features Syndicate) Relief Goods To Be Collected A truck will be sent here Monday by the Church World Service at New Windsor to collect materials for relief of distress areas including Korea and India. . Trie truck is sent to Cumberland every three months and items collected are processed at New Windsor for overseas shipment. The local collection point is the Living' Stone Church of the Brethren and donors are asked to have their contributions at the church Monday. The materials include used clothing, shoes, food and used fats for making soap. During November of last year over 3,339 pounds of materials were collected here. Hypnotist To Appear Here Frank John Sazama, professor of physical education at the'Naval Academy for 38 years and an exponent of hypnotism, will demonstrate his hobby at the 21st charter Night anniversary program of the Cumberland Lions Club Friday, February 22, at All Ghan Shrine Country Club. Among the guests wlU be William G. Heavy, Heagy, Westminster, district governor Of District 22-W Lions International. Monroe L. Nute, Kennet Square, Pa., third vice "president, will also be here. \ " ; i The anniversary program will get under way. with'a dinner at 6:30 p. m., with .dinner music by the Wilton Syckes Trio and will be followed by a dance. Lions clubs throughputi the tri- state • area are expected to have representatives at the celebration. The presidents of .the Rotary, Kiwanis, Optimist, Exchange ^ and India, -Iran, Turkey, and Yugoslavia are the world's four principal opium-producing countries. The mynah bird of India is one of the most proficient talkers of all bird species. Thrill her this 'Valentines Day with George's Famous Valentine Heart BOXED CHOCOLATES Confectionery /ft;*. Soroptlmist clubs of Cumberland have been invited. Reservations have already been received from Clarence Fishpaw, Westminster; Massey Roe, Hagerstown; Ricliard Simmons, Frederick, and John W. Gwyer, Baltimore, all International Counsellors, and other club officials from neighboring states. The anniversary committee ir- cludes Alvin E. Yaste, International counsellor, assisted by Lions Harry Stegmaier, Daniel Dopko, Harry Lucas, Waldo Harshberger, Louis Shinnaxnori; Samuel Marquardt and Albert Windish. Fort Hill Quartet Will Present Program Sunday The Small Times Quartet of Port Hill High School will present a program Sunday at 9:45 a. m. at Central YMCA at a meeting of Duke Memorial Bible Class. The four senior students, members of the a capella choir, are Warfield Wilson, James Reynolds, Donald Stine and Edward Smith. Graduate Nurse Charged j With Killing Her Infant I BALTIMORE — W — A 25-year- old graduate nurse will be charged with causing the death of an Infant which' police said she gave birth to. Lt. J. Gould Rollins said a medical examiner's report showed the tiny girl was born alive, then strangled to death. 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