Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on June 4, 1957 · Page 20
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TWENTY Teachers Face Task Saving TheirLibertie. Salisbury Slide Graduates Hear National Kilucuior SALISBURY Wi - Graduates o Salisbury State Teachers Coltege were warned al commendemen yesterday they (ace a difficul (ask in guarding their constitu tional liberties. Dr. W. Karl Armstrong, dircc (or of the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Kduca tion, Washington, said: "The goals set by Hie forefathers o (his nation 170 years ago prescn problems today to the citizens who must deal reslistidy with certain fundamental social conditions. "Individual liberties are in creasingly restricted today. Individuals ore torn between the dc sire for individual liberty and (he general welfare." "Eternal vigilance in the prcs ervation of these rights," said Dr Armstrong, "is the price thai must be paid for continued lib erty." Bachelor of science degrees were awarded 48 seniors by Dr. Wilbur Devilbiss, college presi rtenf. Degrees were presented by Jerome Frampton Jr., of F'eder- alsburg, vice president of the State Board of Education. Marvin David Barry of Wicom fco County was student of honor. Salesman To Speak At Club Meeting "Experiences of a Salesman" will be the topic of a talk today at 7 p, m. at the Bedford lioad Optimist Club by Myer Abram- lon, 853 Camden Avenue, who is » salesman for the Morris Paper Company of Alloona. The meeting will be held at Edward McGee's Restaurant, Nave's Crossroad. George Fey Jr., president, said a meeting of (he board of governors will be held at his home, Baltimore Pike, immediately after tonight's meeting. Ladies Night is being planned for !he 'June 11 meeting EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND. MD., TUESDAY, JUNE 4, 1957 BROILER WINNER - Ralph Buckle, Ihird from left, ninth grader at Northern High School, Cove, won first place for having the best broiler type fowl in Region I .Maryland junior broiler judging contest held at the Sterling Processing Plant in Oakland, liegion 1 includes Garret! and Allegany counties Shown above, arc, left to right. Richard Bjsnoff, vocational agriculture instructor at Southern High School. Oakland; .larnes Me- Henry, Garret! County farm agent; Buckle- M. O Calhs, vocational agriculture al Northern High School; James Buckle, second place iZ"i r r and brolAhcr . 0[ lhe cliampiojLgrmm-; Hoyd George, Accident, third place winner vt. •''''''V 1 ? 1 ' 115 ' Univc ««y of Maryland Kxtens.on, Poultry Division, who was udge Buckle will enter state competition. '. Business News Briefs AKRON. Ohio — (INS) _ The iresidcnt of Fircslone 'Tire & {ubber Company said loday the ynlhetie rubber industry "is en- ering ils grealesl period of Fund rowth and will make a favorite mpact on the future in regress of the U. S." Raymond ary !. Fireslone made the statement n announcing fulfillment of a 35 million synthelic rubber ex- ansion program by his firm. and is expected lo be completed by April, 1958. BEACON, N. Y.-<INS)-Thc 'cxas Company plans to bui ne of the world's largest „„„ los! fully-equipped nuclear rad- ation laboratories nt Ihe Texaco esearcb ccnler in Beacon. Contraction will start immediately 000. NEW YOKK-(lNS)-Canadian " today reported its lolal net assets stood al $44,648 C13 on idustrial April 30, 1955, the fifth annivers- . of its operation. The niulnal fund said it owned shares in 4 Canadian corporations. CLEVELAND —(INS)— Ear: ings of the Chesapeak & oh railway in May amounled ild 56,220,000, or 77 cents a shar, and compared with $6,061,000, or 7 cents a share a year earlier. Ma gross revenue was about tv million dollars higher at $38,82-5 VAN HEUSEN CENTURY SHEER The Famous Van Heusen Century Shirt with won't wrinkle ever collar in a cool, breezy summer sheer model. Available with regular, short point, or button-down collar. Short sleeve style available with regular collar. $400 For You . . . And Dad/ too SHEER COMFORT from Schwarzenbach's? '(Father's Day Is Sunday, June 16!) SHEER SUMMER PAJAMAS The ultimate in sleeping comfort. Sheer cotton pajamas slyled to keep you pleasantly cool on warm summer nights. Shorl sleeve, knee length model lor added comfort. $395 Shorl sleeve, long civ leg style O perm,,,, I'OW Returns To American "City SAGINAW, Mich. W-Cuenler I'. Ahrcns, 37, was wounded in the chest and hip while a medical corpsman for ihe Germans in World War 11. He was captured by American soldiers and sent lo a prison camp. Ahrcns, his wife and son Norbert. 3, fled East Germany and were sponsored here by an uncle. Herman Pohlman of Sag- maw. Wall Street Hears .... NJCW YORK - (INS) - Wall Slreet Hears; DuPonl disposal of all or par of its more than 60 million shares nf GM could benefit present Du Pont shareholders through either a "spinoff" or "righls" to buy below (he market . . . Southern Nevada Power earn -'Jigs to increase (his year to about $1.60 despile subslaniia rise in number of ouslanding shares. Earnings last year were Tor (he last 60 years, bulls lave had the best of it — by a larrow margin — in June. Both ndustrial and rail groups rose 32 times, declined 28 Republic Steel, says JosepJi- hal's S. B, Lurie, "seems more nteresling al (his lime than Armco, which sells 3 poinls high er, pays the same dividend bul :iay earn less per share in 11)37" . . , General Railway Signal earn- ngs, in an uptrend, touched $3.2S n Ihe year ended March and nay top $3.50 for the calendar 'ear. The $3.29 contrasts with ii-85 in the previous 12-month Alarkci fjial PA 2-4000 for a WANT AD Taker 1'abell of Walston & Co.: "There is, as yet. no indication I an overbought condition in the ;cneral market pattern." The COW" Barton's Dairy Ice Cream Bar ; Route 220 South : Widcgl Range Montana is the stale with the widest range of temperature. Temperatures of from 65 degrees below zero to 117 degrees Fahrenheit have been recorded there. Puf(er fish, found in all warm ._.„ seas, fill themselves with air fuel when approached. They have been known to puff loo much and burst. Mighty Midgets ANN ARBOR, Mich. «v-Uni The 1924 convention • of the Democratic party required 103 rollcalls before John W. Davis . IWIVUJla UViUlC UUIII1 W. Ua< vwsny of Michigan scientists was nominated for President, have concluded that radiation,— from a powerful bit of radioac-i live gold can increase the burning siieeci of aircraft or rocket I fuel by 50 per cent. .They say L that now smaller engines with,! radioactive sources may be able to do the work of bigger engines LIKE FINE Innerspring Mattress and Box Spring Sets our lowest price in nine years complete set oil standard sizes REG. $119.50 Vou'll never beat this buy .'. . only a limited number of sets, better act at once. • ONLY at Millenson's can you find a value like this • Ample Parking facilities • Open every Monday to 9 p. m. The only thing you'll like better than PMs' quality.. price! $-25 NATlONAl DlSTIttERS PRODUCTS'CO YORK. BUNDED WHISKEY. 86 jROOF. 65X GRAIN NfUTKAl SPJWIS >, ^v^^f, , < ^ _ t n s*\_. i <% I You arc Invited to our Opcnhoiisc f '\ : 1 CRESAPTOWN OFFICE You are invited to inspect our new Cresaptown Office — and to meet the people who will staff it - next Saturday afternoon, June 8, from 1:00 P. M. to 5:00 P. M. There will be souvenirs for everybody and attractive door prizes. The Cresaptown Office will be open for business on Monday, June 10. Banking Hours will be 10:00 A. M, to 2:00 P. M. Monday through Friday plus 3:00P.M. to5:30P.M.on Mondays and Fridays only. Member Federal Deposit Imurance Corporation

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