Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on May 31, 1957 · Page 2
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Cumberland, Maryland
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TWO EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD.> FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1957 Dial PA 2-1600 for a WANT 'AD Taken Speedway Tragedy Kills Two Children, 3 Injured CLARION, Pa.—w —The feature race ot a Memorial Day attraction at a nearby Shippcnvillc speedway ended in tragedy as i; a wheel new off a stock car, literally climbed up a protective net; ling and bounded into a crowd of spectators-killing two children. . Another child and two adults, " • were injured at the Pincgrovci' a ' c l>'. Hundreds crowded the spol Speedway about 90 miles noiih-! a "d watched ambulances take Career Girls Converted AC Graham Itally three hours later al Clarion Hospital. Harold UnmnJSlroiij-; Quake Reported east of Pittsburgh. The driver involved. Ted Wise, Ilubbard. Ohio, was not hurl. Killed were Mary Lou Lindey. 8, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Lindey, Slippery Rock. Pa.. and Harold Brunn Jr.. 13, son of! Mr. and Mrs. Gibsonia, Pa. Mrs. Mary Gallagher. But., ler. Pa., was hospitalized with a! Mlon S - - -, jrtcd in Rood condition. The others hurt r se seismograph Holier! Bycrs, 12, Heno, I'a.. ami| l ,i™, s ll occurred the Lindey girl's father suffered "'" minor injuries. The wheel of Wise's auto came off al the 40lh lap of a 100-mile NEW YORK Ui—They joked aboul it. They thought it would be an amusing spectacle. It was sort of an office gag when they decided to go hear Billy Graham. They were startled by what happened to them. It was so com pletely unforeseen when the three away Ihe'iiilurcd'an'u'lhe'djTng'leii'ls left work al a Manhattan Mary Lou I.iiidey was killed ! l>usmoss machines sales office to i n s I a n 1 1 y. Young Brunn wasjg" lo Madison Square Garden, knocked unconscious and dicdl " ! llad J usl "anted to sec what -- WKSTON, Mass. — (INS) — A earthquake was head injury but" was "reported" in j|)l>rlcd lodav by thc Bo5t011 ? o1 ' rvu_ -.1 . . lcc?e seismocranh with indica- in northern Cliile. feature race. Wise's auto slid to R .screeching hall. The spectators' screamed. The race was stopped immed- «Hol" Naps Certain snails become inactive during hoi, dry periods. This isj called "estivation." The word "hibernate" refers to winter in- aclivily. le looked like." said blonde Jane: 'uckhaber, 25. "We thought there would be a ot of mass emotion, like clashing cymbals," said brunette Sallii Arnotl. 2L>. "We were just curious." sail red-haired Patty McClain. 21. There were 17.500 people in th Garden last night, the IGlh day of Graham's massive crusade. A closing appeal to "give you life to Christ/' 478 came foiwarc Among them were the three girls their faces somber. Millions Join In Rites To Mark Memorial Day By The Associated P/cti America's official day of memories was observed around the vorld yesterday in public ceremonies, parades, and in Ihe quietness >f fallen soldiers. The Memorial Day observances ranged from Nclluno, Italy, lo he Golden Gate at San Fran-l louiids Used ^o Hunt Boys Cisco. At Nettuno, scene of a' jloody battle of World War II and' now an American military ceme- ery, Italian servicemen joined \nicricans in the ceremonies. At the Golden Gate, sailors r ormed a huge memorial cross of thc flight deck of the aircraft carrier Ticoiuleroga as she sailed into the harbor. In Minneapolis, a thousand per sons visiting a cemetery saw what was probably the most tragic of all the seemingly inevitable Me- SPECIAL FULL I H.P, llungariaii Order To Leave WASHINGTON lift — The United States has ordered an assistant military attache at the Hungar- an legation to leave this country by Monday, apparently in retalia- lion for a similar action by Communist Hungary last month. The Slate Department yesterday declared t h e presence of LI. Karoly Meszaros *'no longer morial Day accidents—two jets flying a salute to Ihe war (teat: collided and crashed in names. One pilot was killed and six ci vilians were injured when one of Court Sets the planes hit a residential street.' All over the nation, vacationers crowded the roads. But except in the East, rainy weather marred their holiday. One of Ihe most impressive ceremonies took place at Rindge. H., in the Cathedral of the (Continued from Page 1) After that we wandered abou 100 yards down the mountain onto level area. The drifts ot sno\ were about four feel deep and i kept snowing and raining. LcMiisurier, who was presidcn of Duluth radio station KDAL presumably was injured fatally i the crash. His wife first told rescuers h died four days after the crasl later lhat he died seven days ag< And before going to sleep in he hospital bed last- night she sai she knows he is still living. Pines. There, services were held before (he stone Altar of the Nation on a piny hilltop. The altar was voted recognition by Congress this year as a memorial to all Amcr- agreeable (o the United Staiesi ican war (ica(l '" a11 wars government." H gave no reason* A wreath from President Eiscr.- for the decision. jhower was placed on the altar first, and then white roses froir the governors of each state and the territories were heaped on as Ri'd Visit Rejected LONDON — (INS) — British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan rejected today a Laborile suggestion lhat Chinese Communist Chairman Mao Tse-Tung and Premier Chou En-Lai he invited to visit Britain. " IJ(;lilll> \rgimienls lisliile Sale ANNAPOLIS i« — The Court. ppeals has agreed lo hear arg nenls next Friday on thc cas nvolving the sale of \Villia Yood\vard Jr.'s Belair estate Vebb .t Knapp, New York re estate firm. Ttie case was advanced from ti September term at the request Tltorneys for Webb & Knapp, w >ought (he estate for $1,187,000. BF;LTSVILLB. Md. w> ounds were being used today in hunt for four boys who dis- ppeared yesterday, apparently bile exploring some woods. More lhan 200 police, firemen id volunteers spent Ihe nighl earcliing. Ilcporlcd missing were Eddie aimer, 11. and his brother, Boyd 2. sons of Mrs. Vera Palmer o: 12507 Old Gunpowder Rd.) Belts ille, and William Poole, 8, and is brother, Jacob, 9, sons of Mr nd Mrs. Jake Poole of Burtons ille. Two Collegians Vanish On Trip n Red Hungary VIENNA W-U.S. diplomats I. lay sought lo confirm repon hat two 20-year-old America college students, posing as spie excitement, had vanishe across Ihe frontier into Commi list Hungary last Sunday. American officials said if the could substantiate the reports .he disappearance of Mike Gilbert of Waterboro, S.C., an Warren William Hair of N'or Augusta, S.C.. they would ask the U.S. legation in Budapest to ask the Hungarian government about them. Son Of Italian Diplomat Not Sorry He Ran Away CHICAGO un—The leen-age son '. an Kalian diplomat, object of nationwide search for six weeks, ays he's not sorry be ran away rom home and doesn'l believe he ion Id be punished. Hut the boy. Vitlorio Baratticri, 4, said he's sorry thai he caused is parents so much distress be- ause of his absence for 44 days. The tall, blonde youth relumed omc with his parents from Nc\\ 'ork City last night, some 2~ tours after he had been pickec ip by (he FBI. He had been in New York since ic disappeared from home Apri 6. During the police search for lim, his parents, Count and Coun ess Ludovico Barattieri, h a c nade appeals in newspapers am on the radio and television for bin o return. His father, Italian consul gen oral in Chicago, at one time bai expressed fear his son had bcei slain. solaled Australia is the only inhabited ontincnl that does not have anther continent within a few miles f it. The island continent lies .800 miles -ioiitl'.cast of its near- st neighbor. Asia. Columbus was the first Import- r of wine into the New World, carrying sherry from Jarez on lis discovery voyage. SAVE at NATIONAL STORES 16-18 Wincow Sr. The American Bible Society distributes Scriptures in more lhan 100 languages. PAINTS for every purpose Tenth wedding anniversary is. naturally, "the [in anniversary." your homtt LA VALE WESTERNPORT DIAL PA 2-6430 So Ions Seek 'Continued from Page 1) proved materially. It also said present laws on campaign financing are "outmoded or obsolete in certain important respecls." : It proposed that Congress enact what it called a ''Legislative Activities Disclosure Act." And in place of the Corrupt Praclices Act, il urged a "Political Activities Disclosure Ac!." Both laws would be administered by the comptroller general. He heads Ihe General Accounting Office, which is an arm of thc Congress rather (ban a part of tbe executive branch of the government. The committee stressed there now is no official responsible for supervising present election and lobbying laws, and securing compliance with them. the roll was called. Near Point Pleasant, W. Va., 90 year-old Grant Beaver continued bis annual one-man pilgrimage toil Leon cemetery. Beaver placed] ! flags on the graves of all war[| dead as he has done each May 30 since 1901. He started decorating the graves when bis father, a Civil War veteran, died, and he noticed that many soldiers' graves had no one lo care for them. MARTIN-SENOUR p points take the COIOR CONFUSION out of bofh sides A Religious Gifi is the Perfect Gift for Graduation! MURPHY'S Has The Newest, Most ingenious Window Shade Ever! I, * OPAQUE "shut-eye" shades 37 Frederick St. New MONDAY Hours beginning June 3rd We will OPEN at 12 NOON and remain open until 9 fw/Af avttiJt »f jfaur ttemt, ait ihfft MUTIH ilHOM FtlHH MartTn-Senour Monarch Haul* Point and Accent Colon Colon Iriyed to nalurYi btauty . . . and proved popular by a r\a- Kon-wi<j» ivrvey of hamemaVe/i* color purchases. Finait exterior point available. Ready-mixed end ready to uie. Slew weathering. 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