Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on June 4, 1957 · Page 8
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 8

Cumberland, Maryland
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Tuesday, June 4, 1957
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EIGHT EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND. MD- TUESDAY, JUNE 4, 1957 Dial PA 2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker | Gov.McKeldin Seeking To Block Casino Writes Charles County Board To Kef use Hirer Gambling Boat License LA PLATA, Md. W — Charles County commissioners met in regular session today with a Idler from (lie governor, who is seeking to block plans (or a Potomac River floating casino, awaiting their attention. County officials stressed lhat the lelter was to be considered at a regular meeting, not a special meeting. Licensing of the drinking and gaming boat was not expected to come up, they said. Charles County has approved a Jiquor.license for operators of the old Chesapeake Bay steamer Tol- Chester but is withholding the license pending receipt of a routine health report from the Maryland Department ot Health. Operators of the boat have said they.would also seek a slot ma- The boat would operate in the Potomac oft Freeston Point, Va. Gov. Thomas B." Stanley ot Virginia has objected to the plan but said his state could do nothing about'it because Maryland owns the Potomac to the low-water mark on the Virginia shore. Gov. AIcKeldin of Maryland who returned from Europe lasl week,' hustled off a letter lo Charles Counly officials asking them' to refuse the license. He also discussed the mailer by lelephone with Gov. Stanley. Howard Townsend, a member of, the Charles County liquor board, has said "This is a mailer of law. There has to be a good reason before the board can re voke or refuse to issue a license.' Gov. McKeldin's request would notjie sufficient reason, he said Virginia law does not permil liquor by the drink or slot machines. Charles County permits both,! Longest Circuit Longest direct radio-telephone circuit in the world is said to be the one between Wellington, New Zealand, and London. England, a distance of about 12,000 miles ____' — ADVKIISIMENT — Popular""Get^Acquainted" Plan Resumed The focal office Aetna Finance Co. ft OfjeTn offering worthy pertant $50 01 name' on!/ for 30 days. Die total coit l l *ilijt r us.iti.uvc uiunijLicm^, wuu are I, «!„ $i!*>. Fo.t, «l«l-y«-w-it no v quartered in Patuxent Insti- tennu ii offered. Periont needing tutioil." nl»;«ur> till faf day or for other l <jf* invired. Other laani up ,^4» H. Centre SI. Diol PA 3800...doom ever $300 mad* unde Md. Iridvitrial Finance Act.) HONOR GRADUATES—Brother Paulian, principal of LaSalle High School, congratulates -BkharjL LauRhlin_fonowing Ihe commencement at LaSalle Sunday rrtgni;—fcatightin- received nine awards at the graduation. Mat- Ihew Mullaney, center, received the Religion award al Ihe ceremony. A class of 55 students received diplomas, the largest lo graduate —from LaSalle- in the 50 years the Christian Brothers have taught in Cumberland. See Put On Study Units The Legislative Council has named Stafc Senator Charles M. See of Allegany County as chairman oC one study group and member of another. He was asked by Senator Louis L. Goldstein lo serve as chairman of a' 10-member committee named to study a proposal to nut all stale institutions having to do with the custody of minors-under one head. The proposal was made by Senator See in Senate Resolution 37 adopted by the 1957 Assembly The special board or commis- shn, as proposed in Senator See's resolution, would be in charge of the administration of all state institutions for juveniles. He said the creation of the new board would lake the juvenile units away from the Department of Welfare. Included in . the new governmental unit proposed by Sen. See would be the forestry camps for juveniles, the Maryland Training School for Boys, Montrose School for Girls and Boys Village. The Allegany Counly senator will also serve on a special committee named lo study laws on defective delinquents, who are Colon, Mich., is sometimes ,, r- vuiim, miuii., is aumuuinei* i» *Mpo, otw ovoitoWe. Coll or tee called the "Magic Carpet o! the World" bacausc . its leading industry is the manufacture magician's equipment. Now Is the time to visit the _ JAMESTOWN FESTIVAL Colonial Williamsburg • Historic Virginia VIRGINIA BEACH • Norfolk • Old Point Travel at JOHN SMITH did" TAKE THE BOAT yow'M enjoy your trip more I Dtrecr •*• s*ol<e .'.'.'. KAITIMORE SHAMIR teavel dally qt «:30 p.m. (D.S.I.} WMHW4GTON ITIAMiR feavti every other day at 6:30 p.m. (O.S.T.) (AMTOMOMLU CAKRKD) Strd tor fold* ol KtiKlatft onJ fortti lAUIMOBtl P!«r J, rVan Slr».t Baltimore 2, Md., SAratoga 7-14OO WASHINGTON: Wharf,7rhl Maln«A*«., S.W.,Wo.h. 21.D.C., STerllns 3-341S OLD BAY LINE Blood Given By 117 Here The Red Cross bloodmobile col- ectcd 117 pints of blood from 'umberland residents -yesterday fternoon at the Eagles home. However, 38 volunteer ivalkins without appointments helped well Ihe total. There were 17 ersons rejected due lo colds or Iher disability. Of those giving )lood, 15 were firsMimers. Physicians on duly yesterday ncluded Dr. Emmett Jones, Dr. and Dr. William power company conduit shut off John Anlhony Gennantonio, -„..„, v^ii.u jcaiciuay as Power to a theatre showing the Thomas; Donald John Sine, Mt. '.J gave his 24th pint of blood. He rock '" role mov ie. Management Savage; Robert William Twigg, S Charles HnpnifL-n me A,,/,- had to refund IF*n nHmktTnnc Pnmhorlnnrl onH rinln.-nr. UN11 NEW NURSE — Mss Sue Emma Harman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George x B. Harman, Bowling Green, will receive a bachelor of science degree in nursing Saturday from the University of Maryland. A graduate of Allegany High School,- Class of 1953, Miss Harman was a member of the Alpha Gamma Sorority quartet which won the 1955 Harmony Hall contest, and later appeared on television. B'er Cliayim Service Set B'er Chayim Temple will ob serve the festival of Shavuoth vith services today at 8 p. m The holiday will be comme moraled at _ the Temple wit prayers, and musical response by Mrs. ,1. Zornig, soloist, an< Mrs. Florence Nugent, organist. Rabbi Daniel Lowy. spiritur [eader of Ihe congregation, wi 1 read the Ten -Commandments from the scroll of, the law and speak on the subject, "A Harvest of Lessons." Beginning Friday and continuing throughout the summer. Sabbath services will he held in the temple vestry at 7:30 p. in. ttark Kroll ames. One man joined the Threc- lallon Donor Club yesterday as Ally. General Denies Probe Violated Law r ACLU Contends Violation Ober Act At Hearings BALTIMORE !/T—AUy. Gen. C. •"erdinand Sybert denied today hat investigators on his staff vio- alcd the Ober Acl in helping Ivilh ast month's congressional hear- ngs on Communist activity. The Maryland branch of the American Civil Liberties Union had contended Ober Law enforee- nent officers violated the very aw during tiie May 7-9 hearings n Baltimore. The group, in a recenl statement, said it is one thing for the Dber Law men to cooperate with he FBI to exchange information, and "quite another for the 1 state agency to assist the House Un- American Activities Commiltec in charging disloyally or subversion without giving the accused a full and fair hearing." Sybert said today that whoever made the statement "spoke without regard for Ihe facts." He said he Ober Law men only provided eads and members of the com- miltee slaff "worked up Ihe information on their own." Sybert told the Legislative Council, at a recent meeting, that "almost all the leads" on Communists identified during the three- day hearing "were supplied by our office." . s Charles Hoenicka, 516 Avon dale Avenue. Two-Gallon Club members add cd include Ira Buser, 36 Carpen er Avenue, Ridgeley; Denni; Uclntyre, La Vale; Edward J *ider, 403 Beall Street; Mrs. Wil iam L. Ranck, 100 Mullan Street and George Schoenadel, LaVale One-Gallon Clubbers added are William R. Hout, 744 Baker! Street; Mrs. Cecelia Edmundson RD 4; Dale P. Mann. Little! Dileans; liussell MeGaughey, 523 Pine Avenue; and J. E. Arnold, ID 5. The bloodmobile makes a regu- ar visit to Lon aeon ing today, with the collection center being set up in the VFW Home there 'olunteer walkins will be needed o - reach the quota in thej 'Georges Creek" section. some to teen-agers silting hide, Keyser. through.a second showing. 100 Students Of Area Get WVU Degrees (Continued from Page 11) Ray Haines, Marvin Robert Lee, and Richard Carlton Poo, all of Keyser; Uoy,Clifton Goff, Terra Alia- John Lewis Pierce III, Cumberland; Joan Lee Walker, Ridgeley, and Albert Brown Whilmer Jr., Petersburg. Bachelor of science in pharmacy—Keith Harlow.Wolford. Bachelor of science in physical education—Paul, Taylor Dayton, Keyser, and Patrick Allen Wolfe, Kingwood. Two Get Journalism Degrees Bachelor of science in journalism—Donald Lynn Nestor, Parsons and Donald Franklin Wi|- liams, Gormania. Bachelor of science in business administration—Walter Leon Bos ley, Cumberland; Colin Roy Delrick, Ridgeley; Richar Lawrence, Haines, Piedmont; Donald Paul Martin, Monlrosc; William Fred- crick Menear, Kingwood; John Garland Riley, Augusta; Herman Edward Smith Jr., Harman; William Franklin Snider; Owen Ray Slanley, Keyser; and Victor Ernest Vachon, Hamblelon. •Mast*r— ot—arts — Clyde j^arl Arnold. 1 Davis; William Francis Birmingham, Cumberland; Ralph Leo Buckel, Bittinger; Raymond [/ester Clowser, Berkeley Springs; Mary Anna Swishcr Coughenour.f Roinney; Howard Claiborne Dcnison, Parsons; Wilbur Charles Dorhman, Patterson Creek;' Edward Ryan Langan, Frostburg; Ruth Christine Lewis, Terra Alia; Henrietta Wise Loy. Romncy; William Bruce Parrill, Keyser; Mary Lee Ruddle Franklin; Zane Lee Rush. King wood; Lester John See, Moore field; Mary Elizabeth Strother, Keyser; Billy Wayne Warner engineering — Howard Dixon, Keyser, ° Sturm Unger, Aurora. | Alla > received Ihe Boi-den Agri- iMaster of music— Ann Rangus, cultural scholarship. S'assif, Rowlesburg, and Robert Harold Wilson, Terra Alia. Doctor of philosophy (botany) Mclvin Leslie Brown, Elk Gar- 1 Power Failure Knocks Rock 'N Roll Movie GRAND HAPIDS, Mich, wi — Franklin; Rulh Louise Williams The theater marquee proclaim- Parsons, and Cora Virginia ed: "Don't Knock the Rock." But Woerner, Moorefield. ihe "Rock" got knocked right off Master of science —Arthur the screen. An explosion in a Slanley Davis Jr., Cumberland; Cumberland, and Dolores Will Master of science in chemica Strategic Site' Natal, Brazil, is of strategic importance because it' is the shortest Atlantic air route, linking Natal with Dakar, in West Africa. Cumberland PEOPLE WHO WERE RUPTURED When they came in 3 months ago, report RUPTURE NO LONGER COMES OUT? IMMEDIATE RELIEF GUARANTEED No Surgery — No Injections — No Straps or Buckles SYKES CORRECTIVE HERNIA SERVICE is recognhed as ihe least expensive, roost jaHsfaefory method of lifetime RUPTURE RELIEF. Nationwide since 1916, NO TIME LOST FROM WORK or PLAY See William Trezona ONE DAY ONLY THURSDAY, June 6 10 A. M. to 8 P. M. Ft. Cumberland Hotel Cumberland Sykes Hcrnvi Control Service Philadelphia, Pa. Douglas scholarship went to Jean Lenora fSnyder, of Albright. den. (Brown is a member of the of Aurora. Beall High School faculty), ftiany Win Honors One of the three West Virginia Farm Women's Home Demonstration Council scholarships went to Wanda Ruth Stcmple, In the College of Agriculture, Forestry N and Home Economics, lean Lenore Snyder, of Albright, One of Ihe four Board of Governors scholarships in social work was received by Joan Rose Gerstell. of Keyser. In the school of journalism, ivon the La Verne Blatchford|lda Frances Ward, of Keyser, Davis award for the graduating.'won one of Ihe three Lewis Baker senior'With the best four-year Memorial Scholarships, scholastic record in home economics. Edward Marshall Norwood Jr., „ __ of Burlington, won Ihe R. M.-Smith Geary, of Pelersburg. Davis award in the College of In the School ot Music, Robert Arts and Sciences. It goes lo!l,ce Frye, of Petersburg, won a One of (he- five Patrick Duffy Koontz scholarships in the College of Law wenl to Mary Jane the member of Sigma Gamma Epsilon who has been the most in music. valuable in promoting the chapter and its activities. bell, of St. George, won Ihe West Board of Governors scholarship Board ol Governors achievement scholarships went to Forest In the College of Engineering Jackson Bowman, Pelersburg; and Mechanic Arts, Mark Camp- Ronald Anderson Halm, Moorefield, and Elizabeth Mae Harper, Sociely of Civil Engineers award.] One of the two Univcrsityl Press Club reporting awards to! the best Daily, Athenaeum report- 1 ers went to Ruth Grant Cupped.; of Pelersburg. One of tlte four Sears Roebuck! home economic scholarships for! Hie 1956-57 school year went to Harrietts Louise Arnold, of Elk Garden. Cornelius Jell Cunningham Jr., of Wardcnsville, won one of Ihe 15 Sears Roebuck Foundation agricultural scholarships. 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