Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on May 24, 1957 · Page 14
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 14

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, May 24, 1957
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FOURTEEN Atomic Attack On Wastes Found To Be Possible FORT DETIUCK, Mel EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1957 School Help Plan Changes ™ Get Support Dial PA ,2-1600 for a WANT "AD Obituary Marriage Licenses (Continued from Page 13) (Church, Va., for additional ser l-OKT DETRICK, Md. w> — *-"-•!• ^UIJIJIU. t iconunueu iroin 1'agc ID) Church, Va., for additional ser- Scientists have discovered that Pittsburgh, and Mrs. Lillian.vices at 2:30 p. in. Monday. In- atomic irradiation can be used lo! r < r'V 1 i ER1DGE (f> ~ A Statc of ' "ol$l>cy. liidgoley: two brothers, (lermenl will be in Arnoi! Chapel, »li,.iin i t " la " 011 ca " Dc ; 1ISC ° lo hcial has suggested to a special!Arthur Rowe, Ridgcley, andJI'or estville, Va. eliminat w - ' - Karl Ickcs and Florence llelene McCrcary, botli RD 1, Imler, Pa. eliminate sewage waste from of the Legislative -,, -^ ....^.^ .. i/iK.iujiMlmU: u , [lie I.CgLSiUllV( streams and water supply sources.jCouncil that school aid be distrib Alter conducting research at the Biological Warfare Center .here. Charles Howe. Williamsport; a j — ~- -— "~ «..,..,u sister, Mrs, Myrtle Dimes Wil- utcd lo the counties on a base liamsport, 19 grandchildren and other than properly assessment. John S. Shrivcr, director of Ihe State Fiscal Research the scientists announced that sew age could be processed by the, .. - , same giant nuclear reactors! made this suggestion last night which someday will provide elec-lwhilc outlining the job facing the trie power to many sections of'commitlce during its review ot the nation. They said the cost of sterili {the distribution ol State funds ... -_ - ....g among the local governments. waste would be cut as low as one! School aid funds and Stale debt A rilual will also he conducted by the Shepherd of Bethlehem lodges at 7:30 p.m. today. Mrs. Algin T. Clark Mrs. Catherine Lee Clark, 74, wife of Algin T. Clark, Vccke „., | Head, died yesterday at her John T. Dorsey, 78. died sud- llomc - S ' !C w;ls a former resid- denly yesterday at his homej cnl ° r Hunlinglon. W. Va. 19 great-grandchildren. The body is al the Scarpclli Bureau, Funeral Home. John T. Dorscy liam A., Williams Road, a Georgc Thomas DeVore, 4 Alia- CRAWFORD—Mr. and Mrs Wil mpnt Terrace, and Judith Ann " Will, 605 Columbia Avenue. James William Dawson, 81 — Jackson Street, and Betty Mar- JOHNSON-Mr. and Mrs. Het/el 1627 Woodbourne Avenue. Balti more. Born in Owingsville, Ky., she was a daughter of (he late William and Margaret (Warner) Will- •i«iv iiumu m <.ui ub iuw us onei .ji-iiuui um uiiiua aim aiaic aeoi Mr. Uorscy was a former resi- lam anu 'Margaret (Warner) Will- quarter of a cent per gallon of;retirement levies are apportioned dent of Grafton W Va He re-!' ams0 "- Ml ' s - Clark was a mem- sewage And they emphasized thal-among the counties and BalliuiurcUircd about 10 years aoo fromi |)er ot I.aVale Baptist Church. Oil it)C bfldprifl in tlin u'j^tp \i-niil/1 ,Cilv Jli nrnnnrJinn tn the* l/i/>nl ln._ n,.i,.- , ^. . .. .. .1 (.-.,,..,:,,;..„ i ;.!„_ i >...., _ » .1 ii i -~-j -..., •L.^^ »..^v o — —..*.~u «..« ...uii.iiiiu.1^met] aijom iu yours aco irom BlHIie bacteria in the waste wouW.Cily in proportion lo Ihe local (the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad ljc ''' m '"al«l- property assessment levels. Crit- af , C r completing over M 'ears The use of disinfectants, the Ies ° f ,«'»s system claim Balti- sci . vjcc us a trai| , di , patch i r on normal method of treating clrink. |llorc J-ily and counties with high- ,, lc MoBOI1 g ah D jvi-!ion in S _wa,cr. is no, ,00 per cent *IS^r^7^SS2. ^ ^.™ • ™**< «'.«•««Noting..that State school ^^^^^^^ funds will amount to $102 million search on the irradiation method Mrs. Matthew Grohe, Chillicothe, er's proposal is one of two sub committees of the Committee on Sherbert is a drink, not an ico. and Fiscal Matters -- "" '"' mAauvJi uiiu r IbLill lUauers Arabia. And the word comes,which were created by Sen, Kd- froni the Arabic "sharaba means 'to drink. which'ward S. Northrop (D-.Mont.) to study Slate fiscal matters. rltci PHONE PA 7-0345 W0«lp'} JU89BJJ !JtCONT«<?l CO. 'Poloniac Park Area Playground Slated Residents of the Potomac Park area will meet at 8 p. m. tomorrow al the Evangelical United Surviving, besides her husband, are a daughter, Mrs. Charles Irby, LaValc; a granddaughter, Kathy Jrby; five sisters and a brother. The body is at the Hafer Chape! of Ihe Hills Mortuary, Braddock Road and U. S. Route 40 find will he sent to fluntiiigton tomorrow morning lo the Klingel- Carpenter Funeral Home where services will be conducted Sunday at 2 p. m. by Rev. Dr. Arthur Evan Beckett, pastor of First Methodist Church there. Interment will be Cemetery there. Jrsse E. iMicharl Ohio, and Miss Ann Dorsey, city. Tuo brothers. Joseph anct wil- liam Dorsey, died recently. Mrs. Oscar Sorenscn Mrs. Anne Sorenscn. c», ivife ol Oscar Sorensen, 1574 180th Street L)C3Cn, men itisi J)J£JJI jn 1515-1^"' ""- ii ,' *-•'"• i <i<i cayno Bay Hospital, Miami lol- ? 25 Spruce Strec lowing a brief illness. illness of several Born in Frostburg, she was a Mirths BRODE—Mr. and Mrs. Harold V., RD 4, a daughter today at Memorial Hospital. Harold Lloyd Raigner. RD 1, Paw Paw, and Eleanor Emma .(can Morica, RD 2, Winchester Va. Honald Monroe Keister, RD 3, Bedford, and Barbara Ann Purnell, Bedford Road. Otis Taylor Jr., 17 Paxlon Street, and Helen Kathleen Galloway, 52 Erin Street, both Piedmont. Richard Dale See and Nancy Lee Printy, both Ellerslie. lluey Small and Maey Harrison, both Valentine Motel, Ridgcley. Donald Ash Welker. Patterson >eek, and Doris Winifred Dayon, Ridgcley. Thomas Allan Sharpless. Port Deposit, and Joan Carol Dayton, Short Gap. Howard Lee Wilson and Retha Rebarbra Reel, both Moorefield. Uossie Lee and Lillic Mae Wil- r,* I . I *--«JO*»; LJVC tlllU L,II1IU ; in Ridgclawn ]j a ms, both Meyersdale. Edward Nelson Rosenmarkle, Ilagerstown, and Judith Virginia Schonter, 216 Emily Street. ... _., .,„..., ,.i 1( .,,,,, - .—... Carl Henry Burleson, 2116 East died last night in Bis-i 0 ' 1 ' <iie(! yesterday at his home, Fayette Street Baltimore and ' " ' '" • - „. ^. 1Jt ,,, ,„,-, l[IVJl i, WESTERNPORT — Jesse Kl- E., North Miamij uerl Michael, 71. retired farm- daughter ol the late Lewis J. and Caroline 'Turner* Ort. She *vi> ai uic r.vangt.'jicai Brined ^" u cajujiue 'turner' urt. .snc Brethren Church to form a play- held membership in the Presby ground association. terian Church. A tract of land has been leased Surviving, besides her husband ?"- ?f ars J"" 5 was » member from the Celanesc Corporation are three brothers. Clarence E. '" """""<"" <"!"•--'• ' for use as a playground and rcc- and John L. Orl, both of LaVale, •ect, following an'Carole Irene Shepherd, RD 1. years. Ridgeley. William Martin Helmich, Romney. and Retha Mae Fishel Springfield. James Gary Adams, and Rosalie Elaine Morgan, both RD 1 Frostburg. William Vincent Keegan. Born jn the Firm Rock section of Garrett County, he was a son of the late Jesse and Eliza (Jenkins) Michael, lie had been a resident of Westernport for sev- 'realion site, and Ihe development of the tract will begin following the organization of the association. and Frank C. Ort. Ilagerstown. The body will be returned her Methodist Chu w-ile, Mrs. Nora (Broadivater) Michael, preceded him in death, lie is survived by three daugh- . Cumberland Street, and Margare Alice Smith, 112 of the Hills Mortuary, Winchester Road and U. S. Route 40. Mrs. Barbara Laslo LAND -- Mrs. Barbara ler Uli), all of Westernport. Froslburg. Hill Street .The body is at the Boa.; Funeral Home where services!., . — ~ -• - Lu - « r ~ ill be conducted Sunday at 2 u " lvo . rslty of Maryland HWarn mnr-r* iViin n /inn ,i 2,000 To Get Degrees COLLEGE PARK. Md. (.iwrhe daughter inorial. yesterday at Me- Two-Day Wildcat Strike u Ends At Paper Firm Plant ''"! MECHANICVILLE, N. Y. Ml—j 'Hie company said a full shift "• * Workers al the West Virginiajof 150 worked last night. About Pulp and Paper Co. plant horellhc same number had lefl their have returned to their jobs, ending!jobs Tuesday night after oiia ' kcr allegedly refused (o obuyV with employes' rcpresentalivcs'ers and I'aperworkers Unon |MI'I.-C10) as bargaining agent. yesterday. Memorial. KF-1M—Mr. and Mrs. Jack K. Crantsville, a son yesterday a. Memorial. PROUDFOOT-Mr. and Mrs. Elmer W., Klkins, a son .Monday in Memorial Hospital there. The maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Mclvin C. Wright, Park Heights. SWICK—.Mr. and Mrs. Eugene P.. 201 Mary Street, a daughter yesterday at Memorial. Woman Held (Continued from Page 131 change did not receive title lo the car." j The jurisl absolved the bank of! any negligence in Ihe matter and he will enter a judgment for the return of the ear to Myrtle Williams Walters, The costs of the case will be borne by William a two-day wildcat strike. Pickets were withdrawn yesterday afternoon without any announcement from either company or employe spokesmen as lo what {agreement, if any, had been an order Irom a superior. Tho walkout was repudiated twice by the United Mine Workers, bar, ent for the workers. The company said yesterday lh a ^iii-i.ii'm, u i'li^v, HUM i<vtji *ni. *-</ui,juiij 3<uu y^-Mciuay lha .-jplaccd. A company .spokesmanjstrike was u move lo force rec- said there had been no mcclingsiognition of Ihe United Papermak- Auto said YOU CAN OWN A Good Used (Refrigerator! i'i* Laslo, 85 died last night in the:p. m. by Rev. L. E. Crowson, Allegany County Infirmary, Cum- pastor of Trinity liberland. A native of Austria, she was —„ — ....., j t a it u ^ Jt j award more than 2,000 degrees at ,...„„,. u , j, ,,,,i y meinomsi >tS June 8 comm encement exer- Church, Piedmont. Burial will bcj^ s * mdin g_up the university's in Philos Cemetery. '" Methodist \l'ct)cr Services Services for Mrs. Mary Weber. (jlhc widow of Andrew Laslo. Surviving are three sons. John I-aslo, Alidland; William Laslo,:74,"of ,„, uiummgior-sireci who' Washington, and Henry Laslo.jdiecl yesterday in Memorial' Hos- : : Akron; two daughters, MrsJpital, will he conducted Sunday ! Robert Inskcep. Barton, andjat 2 p. m. at Emmanuel Epis- ! ;Mrs. James McDonald. Midland,'copal Church by Rev H M i I; 12 grandchildren and 22 great-;Richardson. rector. Interment' 15-month celebration o( its 150th anniversary. Ijgrandchiidrcn. be in Rose Mill Cemetery ;Fu FOR AS LOW AS ose emetery The body is at the Kichhorn and pallbearers will be Somer- unoral Home. Lotiaconing. ville Nicholson. John Schaidt,' ! Charles Dye Albert A. Doub, James A. Aviretl,' | PIEDMONT ~ Charles Dye, 71. Jofi n J. Robinson, Thomas KcecIV a son of Ihe late T. C. and James Sullivan, W. Eric Gibbsi :Susan i Davis) Dye of Piedmont, and Frederick Steiding. jjdied Monday in the Ford Hospital. Detroit, where he had been tne Stein Funeral Home from 2 j |; a patient since March 12. lo 5 and 7 to 9:30 p. m. today . A native of >Yew Creek. W. Va., J;he moved to Piedmont with his I:parents in 1903. He altended the "jKeyser Preparatory School be- 41 an< ' tomorrow Tore [ Ind. , moving lo North Judson, lome in CheektowagB N Y will! Mr. Dye had been an cm- be conducted tomorrow at 2'p m ' . . - e omorrow at 2p m l.ployee of Ihe Ford Motor Com- at the Hafer Funeral Home'bv • paiiy m Detroit for 36 years, re- Rev. Everett W. Gulp, pastor of • Late models • Some with cross-top freezer • Terms to please Choose from Used Westinghouse, Genera! Electric, Hotpoint, Serve!, Admiral, and Kelvinator models. I tiring four years ago. Surviving are his widow and First Methodist Church. Interment will be in Hillcrest Burial Ija'b'roihcr; R'ob'ert DyeTpiedmont" ^corded mil " ary h ° nCrS *'"' Services and interment took place in Detroit. Mrs. Martha L. Turner Mrs. Martha L. Turner. 79. of Lily Settled For S125 47 Oak Street, died yesterday in the Allegany County Infirmary : alter an illness of three months. Damage Suit Agiiinsl r A $300 damage suit against n.^i an jimc;^ m utiL-e inonuis. ^ ne Mayor and City Council of She was the widow of Robert L. Cumberland has been settled out [Turner and had resided here for of c °urt for S125. The case ... •10 years. She was a member of 'olved an injury lo a child on a ! Slar Lodge 7. Shepherd of Bethlehem; Order of the Eastern Star Park. sliding board in Constitution [(Lodge 7. Shepherd of Bethlehem: lithe Veterans Auxiliary. Mrs. Turner is survived by a I number of nieces and nephews. j The body is at Ihe Scarpelli |[Funeral Home where Ihe Order jot the Eastern Star will conduct rilualislic exercises today at 6--J5 150 N. CENTRE ST. • P- m. Services will be conducted [iloday at 8:30 p. m. by Rev. Adam I:E. Grim, pastor of Grace Metb- liodist Church. The body will be 1; taken tomorrow afternoon to the 'iPearson Funeral Home. Falls ..-wfjji^tu ui jjvinivj ici 1 1 , » in- vtiuu aijil >VaS (lOCKEietl itl the^ Eastern Star and behalf of Stanley R. Isield Jr. by . . his father and next friend, Staney B. N : ield S,., 121? Lexington Avenue, by Attorney Peter J Carjienti. The child was injured July 6. 1955. when the step lead- ng to the top ot the sliding board gave way. -The settlement was signed by Carpcnli and Thomas i. Finan. city attorney. "1 ..... • Limited time only—so hurry! • Completely washable • Sturdy canvas uppers, durable rubber soles • Boys' and girls' favorite summer styles • Sizes 6 to 12; 12^5 to 3 KINNEYS STRAP .sTttE - jouft. 119 BALTIMORE ST The body may be viewed at Sllcarcr Funeral Services for David W. Shearer, who died Wednesday at his Delicious, Golden */2 Fried CHICKEN Funth trie j . , . Cola Slow R °Vi. d oo" Steak Dinner $1.50 WilS Salad i Fl«nc>] fri.l LINDY'S Coffee Shop Bedlord Road, Vl mila Irom Oouroodi Phone PA 2-3399 Gulick, trading as Ciulick Exchange. Judge Harris „ (he opinion is svithout any prejudice to Gulick to pursue his claim against Charles D. Walters. Local Sailors Take Purl In NATO Drill Two Cumberland sailors took part in the NATO operation in the Mediterranean Sea aboard the heavy cruiser USS Dc.s Moincs. i They are Richard L. Higson.j fileman apprentice, a son of Mr!t and Airs. Herbert lligson. Wil-! liams Road; and William E.' Fisher Jr.. seaman, a son ot Mr.! and Mrs. William E. Fisher RD 2. city. real coooool socony separates cofolina swimsuifs kwiki playtogs mckem r-shirts maternity beach wear REGULAR $ 9 9 ^ WEST1NGHOUSE BROILER-GRID ATTACHMENT NOW ONLY > jroa buy Roal ler-Oven • BROILS! • GRILLS! » FRIES! • TOASTS! V/ESTINGHOUSE ROASTER-OVEN Uses no more current than your elrctric irool lionsL% bakes, stews, stranis, calls.' Cooks full meals for 2 lo 20!/ ONLY Choice of ConfeciJon Colorsw $A >1 35 (It • Plugs in anywhere. you CAM BE s/RE... \Vestinghouse 37 baltimore st. Your Potomac Edison Go, Stores Cumbcrland-Frostburg-Lonoconing-Hxndman Your Potomac Light & Power Co, Stores Keyser-Piedmonf-Romney-Mooreficld-Pcrcrsburg NO DOWN PAYMENT WITH AN 'LB' CHARGE ACCOUNT The 5300 suit was docketed in ICJTCi Hearing in rk« Mc*l AfD!/lC- TIVE Wonnrr. TV. Entir. Hrorlng AM tinll W.llio On. Tempi, of TOM Glovn. • Ho Ktrttoa In rt>» Far • No Cordt DC Wirvs • No AHachmetitl ef Any Kniil • raihlon Style, for M«a and Women Dreu 0> roa WiU,. Tour Meoring U4 it Simply o Pair of Glaiui. Arrong* for PR« DcmonMrotion TODAY. LIClfTKNSTElM'S MEDICAL ARTS PHARMACY Samuel Wcrtheimer 33 North Liberty St. Phone PA 4-3730 Spring's Newest RUGS BY BIGELOW, HIGHTSTOWN AND ALEXANDER. SMITH FEATURE LB'S EXCITING AXMINSTER COLLECTION! • NEW COLORS! • NEW DESIGNS! • NEW WEAVES! up Traditional Casual and Modern Patterns 9-11 M.C€NTR€

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