Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 20, 1952 · Page 18
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EIGHTEEN County's Bond Sales Rise As State Declines Exchange Club Hears Police Talk Police work was discussed by County Investigator Edwin R. Lilya at the Cumberland Exchange Club dinner meeting last night in All Allegany County leads all but lahan Shrine Country Club. Baltimore county in the sale of' Lilya said the public has a re- Series "E" Savings Bonds, accord- sporusibility to cooperate with auth- ing to 1951 figures. The county "E" sales iorities to insure adequate law en- increased ; forcement. slightly while the state as a whole The county investigator stressed the post Oldtown Vets Building Home A one-story concrete block building is being constructed by Clifford B. Sisler Post 9451, Veterans ol Foreign Wars, at Oldtown, replacing the former home that was destroyed by fire February 3. Other posts in the Third District are contributing furniture to help EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY ?0, 1952 Fhone 4600 tor a WAJNT AJD Taker declined. ! that citizens should report suspicious Series "E" sales last year amount-j persons so that police can conduct ed to $2,202,410 as compared to $2,-1 proper investigations. He also urged 152,665 in 1950. I that citizens protect their own pro- cording to ts emergency, ac- District Commander Vernon Crable. Commander Crable attended the recent meeting of Sisler Post at Last year's sales also topped those, perty by seeing that valuables are! tne home of Jonn w . Lewis. The of Washington. County which had | kept locked, | district commander informed the a, total of $1,425,988, a decline from; A highlight of the program was the $1,799,175 reported in 1950. Allegany showed a decrease | the Investigator's showing of homi- * n !cide, suicide, bulgary and traffic ac- i combined sales of "E", "F" and "Occident pictures which he took during Bonds, however. The combined ki s service in the Cumberland Police totals reveal sales of $2,491,794 last I Department. He explained how police went about solving each crime. During the course of his remarks, Lilya also cited the history of law enforcement in the United States, duties of police, public conception of police duties and modern methods year as compared to $2,630,549 for 1950. Garrett County's "E" Bond sales also dropped off the report • shows. That county had sales of $170,062 last year as compared to $209,778 in 1950. Garrett's combined total forj and techniques in crime prevention the three series of bonds fell sharply with $170,562 reported last year against $256,778 during 1950. Washington County's combined totals were $1,530,096 for 1951 compared to $2,022,793 for 1950. as Volunteer Firemen Seek Beer License An application for a beer license has been filed by the trustees of District 16 Volunteer Fire Company for use at ttie fire hall at North Branch. The trustees, who seek the permit are Morgan iS. Adams, Thomas R. Healis and Noah S. Carder. Church Workers To Meet The First Baptist Church Sunday School officers and teachers will meet today at 6:45 p.m. in the church. ORC Unit Instructor Will Attend Course Major Grant E. Hoover, unit Instructor of the Army Organized Reserve Corps here, will leave Friday for Fort Benning, Ga., to attend an Airborne Course beginning February 26. Upon completion of the course Major Hoover expects to qualify as a paratrooper. Master Sgt. William B. Rogers, assistant unit instructor, will be in chage of the local office during Major Hoover's absence. Harry Leo Lambert, 434 North Mechanic Street, enlisted recently in the Organized Reserve Corps for a three-year period. He has been assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment of the 398th Ordnance Battalion. Driving Films Slated Lynn C. Walker, inspector for the Maryland Department of Industrial Safety, will show safe driving films tomorrow at noon to Street Department employes. Beer License Issued A beer permit was issued to Mrs. Irene J. Klosterman for premises at 616 Columbia Avenue by the Allegany County Board of License Commissioners. Stolen Car Found A stolen car owned by the Steinla Motor Company was found by police at City Hall Plaza yesterday. The vehicle was taken from South Centre Street Sunday. JOHN H. TfflBEAUIT Salesman sold himself on Calvert Reserve with easy 60-second taste test. Switched to Calvert because he found it smoother, better tasting! •Of Norwood. Mfu>: OALVEBT RESERVE Blended Whiskey -86.8 Proof-66% Grain Neutral Spirits, j Calvert Distillers Corp.. New York City and solution. Join Association Two city firemen, James Hunter and Harry Smith, have joined the Police and Firemen's Welfare Association. Oldtown Post members he had brought the post's plight to the attention of the VPW Department of Maryland at a council meeting In Baltimore February 10. 10. James Twigg reported that the post had contributed $110 toward obtaining eyeglasses for 12 pupils of Oldtown Schc ">! so that the children can continue their studies. It also was reported that the post and ladies auxiliary purchased 14 large American flags and presented them to George F. Reiter, Oldtown School principal, to be placed in each classroom. The post's next regular meeting will be held Friday, March 7, al Lewis' home. Nominations for the 1952 post election will be made. Mission Team Will Visit Church Here A mission team from Princeton Theological Seminary will visit First Presbyterian Church next month. according to Rev. Seth C. Morrow, pastor. The team will include a native Egyptian and a Korean who are ;aking graduate studies at Prince;on, and a theological student who planning to go to the Foreign Mission Field. The students will meet with the Westminster Guild March 22, and will share in the church school hour and morning worship March 23.They will also participate in a Church Family Night sponsored by the Westminster Guild and Woman's Association. Lutheran Orphange Films To Be Shown Tresslertown, the Lutheran Orphans Home, will be seen in films to be shown at 8 pan. today in St. Paul's Lutheran Church Sunday School room. The church's Ladies Aid Society will meet at 7 p.m. in the same room- Virginians Hurt In Crash Near Romney Two men -were hurt Monday when their car failed to negotiate a curve on Koute 28 near Bomney, W. Va. plunged down an embankment anc overturned several times. The driver, Raymond Crabtree Winchester, Va,, was admitted to Winchester Memorial Hospital John Darr Richard, also of Winchester, listed as owner of the car received treatment. Study Session Planned First Presbyterian Church officers and teachers will hold a study conference today at 7:30 p. m. in the lecture hall with Victor D. Heisey as instructor. THE NEW 1952 WURLIIZER Latest Creations from the Great House of WURLITZER The name that means music to millions You ire cordially invited to com* in and SEE THEM-HEAR THEM- PLAY THEM. No obligation involved CONVENIENT TERMS MAY BE ARRANGED 13-17 Frederick St. "Where You Buy li As Important At What You Buy" Chapter To Install Officers of Sanford H. Buley Chapter, DeMolay Alumni, will be Installed today at 6:30 p. m. in the All Ghan Shrine Country Club. John E. Cooper is new president. Orphans Court Gets Two Wills The wills of two Allegany County residents were probated in Orphan's Court yesterday. The wiii of Joseph A. Coleman, this city, who • died January 27 named his daughter, Miss Mary Angela Coleman, as executrix of the document. She was also left the furnishings'and effects in the residence and stock in the Liberty Trust Company. A son, Rev. Raymond F. Coleman, a chaplain in the Army, was left $100 for the saying of masses. A sister, Mary E. Finan, was left $200. The will specified that the home be sold i-,nd the balance of the estate divided among the four children of the deceased. They are William J., Rev. Raymond P., and Miss Mary Angela Coleman and Mrs. Grace E. Murray. The will of Mrs. Hanna T. Evans, widow of Archibald Evans, of Lonaconing, names a son, Archibald A. Evans, of Ridley Park, Pa., as executor and he posted bond of $1,000. The executor was left two properties on Main Street in Lonaconing and Eleanor T. Evans, a daughter of the deceased, was left the home property on the same street. Property Transaction Recorded In Court Property transactions recorded in the office of Clerk of Circuit Court Joseph E. Boden Involved approximately $17,000 yesterday. Marie K. Holzshu sold property on the south side of Fayette Street to Harry F. Rizer and Madelyn W. Rizer for about $12.000. Clarence A McKenzie and Ora F. McKenzie transferred their ownership of property on Harold Drive, Amcelle Acres Addition, near Cresaptown, to Thomas Alonzo Burns- worth, Jr., and Betty Iris Burnsworth for around $5,000. PTA Program Tomorrow Series Films For Elks Movies of the 1951 World Series will be shown at 9 p. m. following the regular meeting of the B. P. O. The Parent-Teacher Association Elks Lodge 63 tonight, of Ridgeley elementary and high' schools will hold a Founder's Day program tomorrow night in the high school. The population of North Dakota has increased more than 14 per cent in the last nine years. The refining of sugar is believed to have begun in Persia. Committee To Meet The convention committee of the Western Maryland Section of the Holy Name Society will meet tomorrow at 8 p. m. in St. Mary's Hall to complete plans for a conclave here April 25. 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