Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on May 23, 1957 · Page 14
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 14

Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, May 23, 1957
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FOURTEEN Three Seek Top Post Position Three members of Knobley Mountain Post 1M. American I.c- gion ot Hidgclcy, will be seeking the office of commander when tho annual election is held June •) William Kniericin, Ellsworth Thompson and . K. Albert Wolfe were nominatea for the post at a meeting Tuesday night. The office of vice commander also is being contested. William McCulloiigh. Karl G. Brant ar.A Raymond Ilcrshberger wcrcnoi inated. Other nominees are Charles' Jack, adjutant; William Tiiomp Nursing Law Effective On Monday CHARLESTON. W. Va. wt—Procedure for licensing practical nurses by examination and training requirements for license applicants become law in West Virginia next Monday under an act of the 1937 Legislature. While .Monday is the official effective dale, il will be some weeks before the program is in actual operation. Gov. Underwood has not yet ap- son, chaplain; Elmer Higgs his-'P° intc(l lhe seven-member board which will give the examination: Jane Mackey, 84, of here, widow of Waller Mackey, died yestcrforian: Roland Showers Sr., service officer; William Andrews, Archie Lough, and set standards for schools of b ">'g- day in Miners Hospital, Frost- practical nursing. The Legislature Robert Dowlins!| did no f give lnc board an V money child welfare; finance officer; .,„.„.. „„,„,„,;,, - - -- , . sergeanl-at-arms; Thomas Cowan |°" whlch lo 6 cl started. A $10.000 Grindle. Americanism officer 'and Lcrov apl>ropriation effective July Fleming, three-year trustee. ' cl ""'"" "'" "' ' '" li "" Archie Lough, commander, said the annual election will tie held from noon until 8 p. m.. when a meeting will take place. On June 9. Commander Lough said, the ictli District convention will be held in Romney and a delegation from Ridgeley will attend. Area of continental United States is 3.022,387 square miles, 2,974,726 of it land and 47,661 square miles covered by water. We Give S&H Green Stamps • PURUCKER'S WALLPAPER AND PAINTS 156 N. Cenlro SI. — PA 2-7987 must come out of future license fee receipts. Passage of the act this year, left Colorado as the only slate without such a law. The new law's requirements for a practical nurse's license include a ninth-grade education and completion of a course of study in a school for practical nurses credited by the board. dowever, there is a clause protecting the women, and possibly a few men, already engaged i practical nursing in the state. Until June 30, 1939, anyone with three years of verified experience |as a practical nurse in West Vir- EVENING TIMES. CUMBERLAND, MD., THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1937 Dial PA 2-4600 for * WANT AD TakeB (Continued from Page 13) Lealhemian, also ill home, and two sisters, Mrs. l^cna S(iering- er. Bayard, and Mrs. Mary Moreland, Santa Barbara, Calif. The body is at the Rogers Funeral Home where services will be conducted Saturday al 2 p. m. by Rev. Lowell R. Rogers. Interment will he in Davis Cemetery near Anttoch. Mrs. Agnes LONACOiN'hVG Mackey Mrs. Agnes She was a daughter of lhe late Cornelius and Janet (Clauson) Survivors include a son, James Mackey, of here; and daughter, Mr.s. Dorscy Paltison, Bloomington; four grandchildren and five great grandchildren. The body is at the Eichhorn Funeral Home here where services will be conducted Saturday at 2 p. m. by Rev. C. H. Goshorn, pastor of Kirst Presbyterian Church. Interment will be in Frostburg Memorial Park. Van Defender Services BAYARD — Services for Mrs. Nellie Van nion, who Gcrogelown Devender, 64, Har- dicd yesterday at Hospital, Washington, will be conducted Saluvday at 2 p. m. (EST) al Bayard Melh- ginia will be entitled lo a "license O dist Church. Interment will be by waiver." Such persons subse- quenlly may, by completion of extension courses, qualify to take the examination and obtain .1 license without lhe "waiver" designation. Iron Workers To Klcct The annual election of Local 568. Iron Workers Union, will be held Saturday, June 1 from 6 lo 10 p. m. al the Labor Temple on South Liberty Street. A smoker will follow the balloting. THE CAS TAYLOR'S RESTAURANT SPECIAL FREE PARKING SPECIALISTS IN DELICIOUS • SEAFOODS • RABBIT • STEAKS •CHOPS LUNCHEON EVERY DAY! No time lojf "looking for a place to pork" . . . just drive into our free parking space, come in, relax and enjoy marvelous food. The GAS TAYLOR'S Corner N. Mechanic & Valley Sts. Dial PA 4-9868 For Reservations in the Bayard Cemetery, The body is a I the home of Mrs. Verta Neal of Bayard. \Viegand Services Services for Henry Wicgand, 84. of Locust Grove, who die<l Sunday in Memorial Hospital, will be conduclcd tomorrow al p. in. at the Silcox Funeral !ome by Rev. John F. Samrael, of St. Paul's Lutheran Church. Burial will be in Frosl- iurg Memorial Park. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs, Emily Smith. West Holly- vood, Fla. l.eon Atkinson Sr. LONACONING — Leon Atkinson Sr., 59, formerly of Lonacon- \g, died May 4 at his home in loanoke, Va., following an ill ness of many years. He was a son of the late William A. and Clara Nightengale Atkinson. Surviving are his wife, Mrs Jessie (Graves) Atkinson; a son, Atkinson Jr.; a daughter, Mrs. Reese Rountrec; a brother Alfred N. Atkinson; and three ''uneral Home here after 7 p. m. oday. Arthur A. Ltpscomb PARSONS — Arthur A. Lipsomb, 60, former resident of Par ons, died Saturday evening in 3akcr VA Cenlcr, Martinsburg, ollowing a long illness. He was bora al Seven Islands, "rcston County, August 4, 18%, son of lhe late John and Delia Plum) Lipscomb. He is survived by his widow, Irs. Ruth (Shaffer) Lipscomb ol ewickley, Pa.; six sons, Capt. :oberl Lipscomb wilh the Army I El Paso, Texas; Allen Lips- oinb, Baltimore; M-Sgt. Cheser Lipscomb, with the U. S. imy on Guam. Randolph Lipsomb, Ambridge, Pa., Rodney .ipscomb, Sewickley, Pa., anc Jary Lipscojnb, Sewickley; four laughters, Mrs. Howard Roy ol 'arsons; Mrs. Louis Collelt, Akon. Ohio, Miss Mary Lipscomb, Pittsburgh, Pa., and Carol Lipsomb, Sewickley; two sisters, Mrs. Oliver Carpenter, Fairmont, nd Mrs. Fanny Oil, Cleveland, Ohio, and 13 grandchildren. He was a veteran of World Var 1 and was a member o 'arsons Lodge 804, Loyal Order of Moose. The body is at the Greenliaf 'uneral Home here. The body will be removed to he iMethodist Church al Lead mine, W. Va., for services at 2 p. m. <EDT) with Rev. Bill -Angel pastor of lhe E. U. B. Church o "•arsons, officiating. Intermenl vill be in Leadmine Cemetery Full military rites will be con lucted at the graveside by a military unit from Charleston Va., assisted by the local vet sisters, Mrs. Kenneth Mrs. Winter Williams ; Barnell nil Mrs J. Lloyd Cregar. all of Roanokt* and Iwo grandchildren. He was a retired Norfolk and .Vestern employee and a mem 5er of lhe First Presbyterian Church of Roanoke. David W. Sharer David Wilson Sharer, 41. dice yesterday at his home, 61 Walko wiak Street, Cheektowager, N. Y A native of Lonaconing. he re lircd from lhe Army in Februar after completing 20 years ser vice. He was a son of Mrs. Pear (Cutter) Sharer, Brockway, Pa and lhe late David W. Sharer. Surviving besides his mother are two brothers, Raymond \\ Sharer, with whom he resided and Frederick C. Sharer, Brock way. and a sister. Mrs. Bcrnic Doolillle, also of Brockway. The body will be at the Hafi Jivic Orchestra (Continued from Page 13) 0 greater heights in the imme diate future. For lhe review of this season's inal performance the accent h... hould be nol so much on the wel ilayed program as on the genera excellence of the orcheslra; the devoted service given voluntarily by busy people who constitute its membership; and the need for vider and more effective public support. The community is for :i:nale in having available such 1 highly qualified conductor a Wilton Syckes. Next season is th: critical lime during which civic Jooslers will be most needed, and '.here should he no hesitancy on .he part of org a niz aliens, ... dividual and the city in assuring support for one ot our lines assets. Principal numbers were "Semir amide," the "L'arlesienne Suite, "Pomp and Circumstance" and "Tire Moldau." Charles I. Sager, a baritone o big-time concert qualifications sang the "Largo Al Factotum 1 from "Barber of Seville" like th real artisl lhat he is. The or chesira accompanied, albeit bil too loudly, but il is good t have such union of local talenl Mary Drumm Bollino was plan accompanist for the olher songs and her arlistry always adds t ncome Tax Checks Sent To 200,000 BALTIMORE I* — State income ix officials have mailed refund hecks totaling $z,50Q,000 to more ian 200,000 Maryland taxpayers o tar this year. They expect to rile at least that many more in he next few weeks. Benjamin J. Marsh, chief of 10 income lax division of the late comptroller's office, said the verage refund has been about 12.50. Prior to the April 15 Tiling dead- 1 ne, the division estimated it ould receive more than 750,000 3turns—an all-time record. To dale, Marsh said, about 450,00 have been processed and the arly forecast is certain lo be eached and possibly surpassed. He said he fully expecls his laff to have processed all the eturns by the end of June and Iso to have mailed most of the equired refunds by then. "We're not refunding solely on he basis of what the taxpayer re- orted, but only after some check- ng." However, he added, lhe volume f work involved does not permit areful and complete checks of 11 returns. The increase in the number of ersons filing returns this year nd the bigger refunds bolh stem rom the facl that calendar year 956 was the first full year for he State withholding tax system. Marsh said it is impossible to ill exactly how many taxpayers iled returns for the first time be- ausc of the withholding process, laryland's normal increase in ie number of taxpayers is 10,000 o 15.000 a year. Other persons led for the first time this year Because of a reduction in personal xemplions. For the fiscal year ending June 0, personal exemptions were re- uced from $1,000 to $800, thereby equiring filing by an unknown lumber of taxpayers who had not lied in the past. During the last session of the General Assembly, it was estimated income lax collections vould total about $70,404,000. Of hat total, 561,279.000 would come rom person income levies and the •emaining $19,125,000 from taxes in corporate incomes. any occasion. -J.W.H. Equinox is the name for th period in the year when day an night are of equal length in parts of the world. BOYS AND GIRLS! 4 GRAND* PRIZES FOR 4 WINNERS AND PARENTS fOff ONE BIG 4 Expense-Paid Vacations on Famous Western Ranch . ..p/us over 1000* OTHER PRIZES! * To b« awarded to cuifome/i of Fairmont Foodi Co. and iti lubiidiorie Includes round-trip transportation to a famoce ranch, near the Arapaho National forest in Colorado—^ 7 big, exciting days of riding, camping and fun. Spend one day wiLh a forester or forest ranger! Hirths BURGET — Mr. and Mrs. John G., Hyndman, a son yesterday in Memorial Hospital. FRIEDEL—Mr. and Mrs. Ridgeley, Dallas, Texas, a daughter on May 12 in Florence Nightengale Hospital there. The mother is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Young, 30 Virginia Avenue. HULL —' Mr. and Mrs. Charles J.. Grecncastle, Pa., a daughter Monday in Washington County Hospital, llagcrstown. The father is a son of Mrs. Anna C. Hull, Narrows Park. The mother is the former Miss Francis Harr, daughter of Mrs. Frederick Sines, Baltimore, formerly of this city. LAK1N — Mr. and Mrs. Arlhvir F.. Grcenbelt, a son on Tuesday in Prince Georges County Hospital. The parents are former residents of Cumberland. MALLOY — Mr, and Mrs. Edward A.. 521 Fayette Street, a son last night in Memorial. ROBEY — Mr. and Mrs. John. 417 Greene Street, a son last night in Sacred Heart Hospital. SHANK — Mr. and Mrs. Harry F., Jr., Keyser. a daughter yesterday in Memorial. SHARON — Mr. and Mrs. Robert, 117 Oak Street, a son yesterday in Sacred Heart Hospital. SHELLEY — Mr. and Mrs. Harold, Springfield, Ohio, a daughter yesterday in City Hospital there. The maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Albert L. Rogers, 915 Springdale Avenue. Many animals arc liosl lo lrl> chinosis, including the bear, domestic cat, dog, fox, raccoon and rabbits. Union Meeting Scl A meeting of Local 307, Elec. leal Workers Union, will be held [tomorrow at 8 p." in, al (he Labor rl'emple on South Llberly Street, Department stores originalec in France about 1860. Vevr Air Service BALTIMORE Wi — Northeast Airlines has contracted for pas- enger service at Friendship In- ernational Airport and will begin .ervice in the fall. REXALL THRU Actually Roes THRU THE SKIN to kill paio »her« it hurts! *1.49 FORD'S Drug Stores Cumberland and Frostburg liotv Conic, lie's so very Probably because his vacation expeniet were alt paid in advance via his membership in our Vacation Club. A little put away each week adds up to a great big time , . . minus money worries, Came in and join our 1958 Club now! Save $1.00 to $10.00 per week! CUMBERLAND—LA VALE—LOW ACONING MEMBER f.D.I.C. 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