Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 21, 1952 · Page 14
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FOURTEEN EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1952 Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker Missing Persons File Offers Story Material SALT LAKE CITY—(INS)—The "missing persons" file of any city police department is chock full of better material for a, mystery than ten writers could dream up in a month of Sunday's. The great progress in scientific methods of detection, the advances in communication, the improved coordination between branches of the law and such organizations as collection agencies, all make it almost impossible for anyone to simply disappear, Most criminals, skillful, are tracked down sooner or later. But even in Salt Lake, a city of less than a quarter of a million population, more than 1,000 names are added to the "missing persons" list annually. Ail but a few, it is true, turns up again within a matter of hours, or days. Out of all the thousand, however, one, two, perhaps more, cannot be classed as routine cases. A husband, a son, is reported missing. A cursory investigation is *» v \, Wakes Up Appetites (RIVAL DOG FOOD volved Evan Richard Hendrickson, 13, and William J. Lehman, 47. The Hendrickson boy had a normal and happy home life. He was not In trouble, his health good. Yet, last Oct. 26, he left a used car lot where he worked part time, walked away and vanished. Detective Capt. M. D. McGlnness, after a full investigation, said that the possibility of foul play is the only theory which can be considered. But the best effors of his department have turned up no evidence of such a crime. Lehman's car was found Nov. 5 to develop a valid theory and the case remains unsolved. Amnesia? Murder? There's an easy $2,000 for anyone who can Brovide the answer. even the most made, wtih negative results. Then the full resources of the police are thrown into the search. Still—nothing. For all intents and. purposes, the missing man has vanished, utterly and completely from the face of the earth. There is no (trace, and what is still more baffling to the investigators, there is no reason, no motive for the disap- I pearance. Two such cases in Salt Lake in- Teamsters As Bakery Pact Dasing The Pain CHESTER, 111.— (ff>— City coun- ilmen, sympathizing with harassed aturday shoppers, have a plan to the works to set up three places in in a shallow part of the "Jordan River which bisects the city. He had left his bride of six weeks to buy some groceries. He left behind his clothes, his money, everything a man would take if he planned to walk out on his marriage, a "poor man's divorce." Hendrickson and Lehman both, as far as police could learn, had every reason to stay and 'none to leave. One day, they were average, happy individuals, the next they were gone, without a clue. Will they ever be found? Well, an 80-year-old Salt Lake merchant, I. K. Ketchum, left by the same route nearly three years ago. Even a $2,000 reward, still outstanding, failed Expert Lists Facts Concerning Jel Engines BAST HARTFORD, Conn.— There is a way, at least theoretically, to reduce the weight of jet airplanes, says William C. Schoolfield, chief of aerodynamics at Chance Vought Aircraft. The pilot must fly at top speed, say about 690 miles an hour. He must maintain a constant altitude and he must head due east. If these simple directions are followed, the weight of a 25,000-pound fighter will decrease about 135 pounds, Schoolfield maintains. If a pilot could fly at about 16,730 miles an hour, his plane wouldn't weigh anything, he says. The reduction in weight is the result of a conflict between gravitational and centrifugal forces. Glass Is one of' the oldest materials developed by man. The U. S. contains around three- fifths of world coal reserves. Friday—Saturday—Last Days! Famous "Cannon" Riviera Quality BATH TOWELS 4500 Yards Fine Quality YARD G A uniform contract for me-sbers of Local 453, Teamsters Union (AFL), who are employed by Cumberland area bakeries will be requested. C. E. Stutzman, business agent of the union, said proposals covering some 70 drivers and mechanics have been mailed to the Community Baking Company, Mclntyre's Bakery and the Schmidt Baking Company. Present contracts covering the men will expire March 1. Included in the proposals will be a five-day week, three days off in case of a death in the immediate family and $15 a day for paid holidays. Stutzman said the union will ask the same wage scale as in Pitts burgh. Drivers-salesmen would get $40 a week, plus 8% per cent of commis sions up to $600 of sales and 9 per cent for the next $200. This would mean an average $7.50 a week in crease, he said. The minimum scale for men on salary would be boosted from $67.5 to $80 and route foremen and su pervisors would receive $110 a week The union will ask that reta drivers pay be boosted $10 a week giving them $20 a week, plus 23 pe cent commissions for a $75 mini mum. The companies will be asked t provide all uniforms. Stutzman said inside workers fo the bakeries are covered by Loca 246, Bakery Workers (AFL). Large 20x40-in, size 15x25-in. size 4 $f Waih Toweli T for • Clotht 3 fo ,25c SECOND noon Reg. $2.91 and $1.98 RAYON SLIPS Complete «Izef; whit* end pink. A Super Special! . each SECOND FLOOR "Triple Check" Type 12S First Quality SHEETS 72x99-tn, Single Srze $1 -97 • __.v CHAMBRAYS 36-in. wide; varied color stripes and matching solid colors. Prints, Percales and Solid Color Broadcloths 36-INCH WIDE 72x108-!n. Ions 'ingle >l» 81x99-in. full double ii» Unbleached Muslin 38-inch; Popular 80-square quality. 42x36-in. full she Pillow Cant .... 47c Counter 39 Second Floor 29 See Them In Our Window! Yard SECOND ROOR Reg. 27x54-in. Rag Rugs HH-and-MIss Pattern Special 18x30-in. •he .... 3'" $1 Pure Silk Neckerchiefs 3 ,„ 50c Size: 18xl8-in., pastel colon, deep tones and white. SECOND HOOR Men'« $1.39 Quality Sweat Shirts 94c each Durable, washable cotton knit, with fleece lining. Sues: Small, Medium, large. COTTON KNIT -. Training Panties All-around elastic waistband, dou- ble crotch. Sizes: 2 to t ycart. 6 >"'" 97c Burton Style PILLOWS 97" Reg. 59c Value! Bright Horizontal Striped POLO SHIRTS For boy«, sixes: 4 fo 12 yean. Crew neck, thert ileeve styles, and a real bargain at ... each With pebble «loth and damaik covering* in Wine, Gray, Green, Black. SECOND FIOOR 44 C each SECOND FIOOR Freihl Pottedl House Plants lOc each In good variety, including; Cactus, Ivy, Rubber Plants, Philodendron, Kole>. MAIN FLOOR Fint Quality SHEER NYLONS 74 C 2 pairs $1.45 51 Gauge, IS Denier; a!| new spring shades, at a remarkable saving! All siies: 8'i to Wft. LADIES' Rayon Gowns WHh three-inch puck«rit« «lo»ti- cized midriff, round ne<kltn«, and elastrobound cap sleeve*. 2 1 4-in. (ace insertion across botfi<*. Silts Small, Medium, large. Special! 97c each 2 DAY SALE! Loop Twist RUGS large 42x74-fn. size Sg.GG 24x48-in $2.88 24x36-in $1.88 18x30-in 88c At) popular colors: Red, Slue, Hunter Green, Rose, Wine, Gold, Chartreuse, Gray, Flommgo, White. SECOND FLOOR REMNANTS Congoieum MATS large 36x72-!n. lize; n«w color floroli, tile and novelty pattern!. 97" each All-Wool CARPETING Rich, colorful candy stripe, for hall or stairway, 27-in. wide. A super value at ... '2.59 MAIN FIOOR yard MEN'S WORK SOX Sturdy cotton random twist, with ribbed tops ... at a real caving! Siiei: 10'a to 12. 4 Jt . pairs ALL YARN PLAID RUGS large 24x45-in. lilt; Red, Green and Blue. A regular SI.79 value! 77c 2 for $1.50 138-148 Baltimore St. Cumberland. Md. Pigeon- Trapper YAKHVIA, Wash.—(/P)—Tom Mai shall, self-appointed pigeon trapper has resumed the job he began i 1949—helping to hold down Yaki aia's pigeon population. In Januar he captured 165 pigeons atop downtown hotel with his woode crate-like cage and a few handfu of grain. He dresses the birds an gives them away. the town where shoppers may pay parking fines conveniently. Diamonds, have been found in the glacial drift of toe Great Lakes region, particularly in Wisconsin. The famed Mexican, revolutionary general. Francisco "Pancho" Villa, was- assassinated July 20. 1923. American Christmas cards mads their debut about 16 years ago. Introductory Sole.' new Stopette * Deodorant Body Powder NOW Stopette Spray Deodorant a <2.25 value... NOW $J7$ Stopette, the original spray underarm deodorant, now has a perfect complement . . . STOPiTTE 'POOF" DEODORANT BODY POWDER for all-over, all-day freshnes*. Here is the perfect finishing touch. Just squeeze the bottle, and, with fragrant freedom, "poof Stopette Powder all over your body ...to absorb excess perspiration, to avoid moist hands and feet, to eliminate body odor ... and to give your skin'the Smooth, soft feel of velvet. Come in for this special Stopette Combination now while this Introductory Price prevails. Poof.' there goes perspiration RAND'S CUT RATE Cor. Bolto. and N. Centre Sts. A Housewife's Dream! You Always Have Dependable Refrigeration . . . with this New! Luxurious! 2-Door PHILCO PHILCO 2-DOOR 828 • $349.95 than other 2-Door Refrigerator Designs New for 1952, the luxury of 2-Doors plus the convenience of Automatic Defrost. Only Philco offers these features at such a sensational saving: NO DEFROSTING ^ ANYWHERE It's all automatic—giving you freedom, at last, from the messy chore of defrosting. And it works so fast, frozen foods stay frozen- No chance of thawing. Don'f Settle for Less! • HUGE BUILT-IN FREEZER with separate door holds up to 70 Iba. of frozen foods. • TRUE AUTOMATIC (DEFROST of the entire refrigerat-or, including the built-in Freezer. • EXCLUSIVE PHILCO ADJUSTABLI SHELVES—arrange to suit yoarself. • DEEP TWIN CRISPERS, covered by glass, keep vegetables and greens fresh and crisp. NO ! fXTKA CffARGE During WOLF'S EXTRA BONUS SALE . . . Your Purchase Will Entitle You to An Extra 20% in FREE MERCHAND of Your Choice . . . Shop at WOLF'S Now and Receive Your Bonus! FAIR TRADE MERCHANDISE EXCLUDED -FOR CREDIT 42-46 Baltimore St. 12 Great Stores in Pennsylvania and Maryland Cumberland, Md., Alfoona, Tyrone, Barnesboro, Bellefonte, Clcarficld, Huntingdon, Lewistown, Lock Haven, Philipsburg, Williarnsport, State College, Po. Phone 70 for Evening Appointment

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