Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on June 5, 1957 · Page 3
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 3

Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, June 5, 1957
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2-4600 for a WANT 'AD Taker Small, light-colored molhs are old-fashioned miller were cov — J ... —- — - viu-*u piuviicu miner ca.ied 'miller" because their ered with flour tlusl. wings and body are covered with re w a while or light, flour-like powder, J"St as the clothes of the Chosen is the native name for Korea. For the Graduate — PEN AND PENCIL SETS An Esterfarook Pen makes writing so easy. That's because you choose the point made to write "their" way. They'll love the Esterbrook Push-Pencil, too. Writes for months without reloading, feeds new points simply by pushino the can. Jap Beetle Season Nears CHARLESTON, W. Va. Ufi-Wc Virginia fanners were warned t (lay to gird themselves for familiar little enemy, the Japa ese beetle. The agriculture department sa that the pesky litlle crillcrs w: be appearing soon in the slat particularly in Northern West Vi ginia. They thrive on ornament and commercial plants. F. Waldo Craig, director of th department's plant pest control ( vision urged plant growers spray -and dusl their gardens i soon as possible. Department gumshoes, mea while, arc mapping plans to sta the invaders to locale any larg outbreaks. Insect traps will b thrown into action and field me will make examinations of field [arclens and flowers. 27 North Centre Street Old Hickory is the brand of the Bourbon Man EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., WEDNESDAY, JUNB YoiillisSewtencef In Robbery Case Two local youths were trie yesterday afternoon in Tri Magistrate Coucl_on_cliarges_D jreaking and entering the~Ame can Iron and Metal Compan on May 26. Larry Graham Patton, 21, an James Alerrill McMillan, 20, eac were given 14 months in Maryland House of Correctio and fined $50 by Magistrate Milton Dick. Magistrate Dick suspended Ih Jrison sentences and placed Ih :wo youths on strict" probatio 'te warned the pair that t slightest violation of probat would result in'the sentences b ng enforced. They were given days to pay the fines. Detective Lt. James E. V* and Detective Thomas J. See a rested the youths Monday. Tl pair admitted entering the met company and carrying away arge amount of metal. Patton was remanded to th County Jail and is being held / violation of his parole. GREEN STAMPS WITH WALLPAPER O50 PoH.rni fn Stock) AND SUPER KEMTONE PURUCKER'S 158 N. C.nrr, St.—PA 2-7BB7 1057 Local Eagle. B .&O Crossing install bonner m T TT rt As r t-Ian 111 Use As President Cumberland Aerie 245, Eagles, installed officers F.O. The B&O Railroad placed in operation automatic crossing :agles, installed officers last T ' - u """""= Bossing the USS Hancock can he just as ight at the home on North Me- S and lrafflc slgna)s al /our <-' lati " lc ^ rc 8<»»g separate ways banic'Street crossings yesterday afternoon. The twin brothers. Spencer and chanic'Street. They are Glen W. Sonner, 'resident; Ira M. Boyer, junior >ast president; Alvin G. Youngblood, vice president; Allen Vhite, chaplain; Herman V. Myers, installed as secretary for a three-year term; Hobcr't E. banner, treasurer; Frederick S. 'aimer, conductor; William E. (emp, inside guard, and Johri i. Hufol, outside guard. Francis H. Schullz was installed for lu's ninth consecutive brec-year term as trustee. Holdover trustees are Vincent T. Mcrrisscy and Vance (,. Markwood. Installing officer was C. Wiliam H. Baer, a past president, Assisted by Past Presidents \Viliam H. Jenkins, Francis T fwifig, Frank T. Kelly, Thomas f. Hopwood, William T. Rollins, Edward E. Fahey and Frederick A. Pfeiffer. Shortly after the system went into operation, traffic lights were changed slightly to allow more time for vehicles to clear the tracks. Mayor Roy W. Eves said new relays were placed on (he traffic lights, giving cars additional time to clear the tracks before lights turn red. Punishment for crime among u u - --• - - u,.,u,,, 6 nunuui ausi, conside he Seimnole Irtdians in the Flor- plague, little rain or snow da KvRrplnr PC ie- i,?,,**!!., ~ ...!,:_ r-n . at'uiv da Everglades is usually a whip- administered by a relative, Calif. ANNAPOLIS, Mel. W-The Ale- carrier Hancock at Manes family is adding a pair of new ensigns Friday, and ship, mates aboard the USS Totolo atid Iho USS lluncock can he just as ^—^——^_ — ' *" Brothers To Be Made Ensigns Tlie (win brothers, Spencer „.,„ Kenmore, are sons of Hear Adui. Kenmore M. Mc.Manes. command' er, Battleship .Cruiser Division Atlantic Fleet. After 21 years together, four of them puzzling academy authorities, they're ready to start chat- ing separate courses as naval officers. Spence will report to the ciuis- "We have no regrets about going to different assignments," Spence says. "We don't feel in. Alameda, are continually mixing them up- as-are officers and faculty members. Spence recalls that he got socked with three hours of extra (wins would, and we realize ils time to assume individual respon sibility." McMancs twins be among a class of 848 midshipmen graduating from the Naval Academy Friday. Their father will be here to help Mrs. Mc.Mancs pin •n Iheir new shoulder boards. Kaeh is 6 feel 314 inches and weighs 175 pounds, and midship- some minor infraction soon after they came to the academy. "I didn't mind working it oft (he first time," he says. "But when they tried to give me five hours Kenmore should have had, we had an agreement. Each would lake his own lumps." The McManes twins, whose parents live at 4707 Elmhurst Lane in Bcthesda, attended Bethesda- men who don't know them too we The system which will control , , Franklin street grade cro-ssings was placed into service al 12:01 p. m. without formal ceremonies. Present to watch the $118,500 in- slallalion go into action were Aayor Eves, Commissioners, William J. Edwards and William H. 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