Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on June 5, 1957 · Page 22
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 22

Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, June 5, 1957
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TWENTY-TWO EVENING TIMES,. CUMBERLAND, MI)., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1057 ilirilts -DOCII— Mr. and Mrs. Paul, RDj 1, Cumberland, a son (his morning in Miners Hospital. : FIA'NN— Mr. and Mrs. Michael! BA1.TIMOIUC Solons Reject Slot Machine Bill Proposal Legislative ft., 23 Hidgcway Terr«i'e, a Council Committee has adopted ai daughter this morning in Memorial. LEAR—Mr. and Mrs. John 432 Seymour Street, a son this morning in Memorial. !,KASK-Mr. and Mio. Arlie Jr., Crcsaptown. a daughter this exemption lo areas where gain- morning in Memorial. OLCOTT—Mr. and Mrs. Hubert S., Lancaster, Pa., a daughter there on Monday. The mother is Die former Miss Marjoric Rcinhard, daughter of Mr. and -All's. .Marcus JirJnharil. Wash- in^ton and Lee Apartments. POTTKR-.Mr. and Mrs. W. T., Baltimore, a daugbter tbere on May 22. The mother is the former Miss Barbara Frailer of Cumberland. Jean WARNICK—Mr. and Mrs. Gordon II. Jr., 115 West Second Street, a son this morning in Memorial. Legislator Would Tag Young Vmululs MADISON, Wis. wi — Climaxing a heated debate on the floor of the Wisconsin Legislature, Assemblyman Elmer Gcnzmer offered a tongue-in-cheek amendment to a bill which sets penalties (or vandalism committed by children. Under Gcnzmer's proposal, a child would he exempt from damages if he wore a sign leading: "Beware of Wild Child." The proposal was ruled out of order. unfavorable report on a bill which would have permitted SI. Mary's County (o import slot machines. A federal law prohibits interstate transportation of gambling devices unless a state grants an Wing is legal. The Council's Judiciary Com mittec last night adopted an unfavorable report on a bill which would have exempted SI. Mary's braledFriday aT 9 a Counly from the federal law St SI.OOu_£chol?.Kthips—to—go to~stu- (icnt.s who agreed to practice in dropped at Ihe suggestion of Sen. Turn bull (D-Balto County). He Company. said it would not be wise lo use money collected from taxpayers at large lo finance Ihc education of men to practice in certain areas of (he state. Total cost of all accidents in the U.S. in 1D5B would build new merchant fleet with 200 ships (he size of Ihe Queen Marv Dial PA 2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker (Continued from I'age 13) Miss Crllicrlnc .Marlcy I,ONACONING'-Miss Catherine T, Marlcy, 89, died Ibis morning at her home on St. Mary's Terace. A native of Durham, England, slie was a daughter of the late Thomas and .Mary Ann (Mcl'art- land) Marlcy. Survivors include Iwo sisters, Mrs. Matilda OTiourke, of here, iind Mrs. Mary Gorman, Macon, Ga. A requiem mass will be ccle- Mary's Calholic Church by Rev! T.M , • . . . , , , ••• — 'J " ^m.lvllv. v^llullll Ity 1\UV. Mary s is one of (our Maryland chai ., cs u (or counties where slot machines are meni wiM be jn (he paris|) cemc _ Both the .Judiciary Committee and the Budget and Finance Committee held their first meetings since the 1957 Legislature adjourned. The latter committee acted fa- tcry. The body is at Ihe Eichhorn Funeral Home where the rosary will be recited Thursday evening. George K. Kriglci George Francis Kriglein, 71, of vorably on a bill which would 313 Dofl1 Avenue, died yesterday grant 10 scholarships to Maryland afternoon at bis home, medical students who agree to A lifelong resident of Ibis city, become general practitioners. " c was^a son of the late George Originally Ihc bill called for the aid Margaret (Brilton) Kriglcin. -M<==-Krig4eitt-wa5 a-rneruber j] SS. Peter and Paul Calholic rural areas..This provision was Church and was a former em- ploye of Speelman Ice Cream ...A Family Affair! AUTOMATIC GAS TOP BURNER BENEFITS EVERY MEMBER OF THE FAMILY • DEPENDABLE! Fasr, positive action instantly gives you i ihe desired heat speed. • CONVENIENT! Cooks automatically . . . frees you for other tasks or lets you take it easy. • HEALTHFUL! Reduces shrinkage ... retains healthful food vitamins. |i — «ra^?»-^. ^Xj <S O ® O © ® YOURS EXCLUSIVELY WITH UJLU "America's Finest Range" 22-24 N. Mechanic St. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Sarah Mac (Shaffer) Kriglein; three sons. George F. Kreig- Icin Jr., city; Charles Kreiglein, Fort Asliby and Louis n. Kreig- lein, Ashtubula,' Ohio; seven daughters, Mrs. Sarah Twigg, Baltimore; Mrs. Katherine A. Pellissier. Geneva, Ohio; Mrs. Matilda E. Carnes and Mrs. Gertrude M. Dorn, both of this city, liand.Mrs. Josephine Bunncr, Mrs. ijAnna Mae Burns and Mrs. Mary jiJane Knapp, all of Geneva, and wo sisters, Mrs. Margaret Mc- [Sorlcy. Baltimore, and Mrs. Ma- [tilda Appledorn, lluntington, W Va. Tlie body is at the Scarpell Kuneral Home. A requiem mass will be ccle- braled Friday at 10 a. m. in SS. Peter and Paul Church. Interment will be in the parish cemetery. The rosary will be recited to morrow at 8 p. m. at the funeral home. Warren Kasecamp Warren Kasecamp, 202 Spring Street, died yesterday in Mem orial Hospital. fie .was born at Green Ridge Station and was a son of the late John and Luneila (Stotl) Kasecamp. . Mr. Kasecamp was a retiree pipefitter's helper al the Celan esc Corporation and was a member of Aerie 245, Fraternal Order of Eagles. Surviving, in addition to his widow, Mrs. Ethel (Campbell) Kasecamp, are a daughter. Mrs Earl L. Jones Jr., Baltimore; four brothers, Theodore, Raw- tings; George, city, and Josepl and James Kasecamp, both o: Oldtown Road; two sisters. Miss Carrie Kasecamp and Mrs. John Galliher, both of Rawlings, and two grandchildren. The body is at the George Fu neral Home. Services will be conducted a Ihc funeral home, on Friday a 2 p. m. by Rev. Charles S 'Hecklcy, pastor of Midland Mclh r.dist Church. Interment will be ,in Hillcrcst Burial Park. Peter F. Brown MEYERSDALE. Pa. — Petei ; Franklin Brown, 85, died yester jday at his home, RD 3, Meyers dale, after an illness of four weeks. Born in Greenville Township he was a son of Ihe late Joseph and Mary (Albright) Brown. Hi was a retired coal miner and wa: a member of the Church of Ihi Brethren. Surviving are his widow. Mar; nn (Pugh) Brown; seven sons illiam U, Jcnners; Charles li. 1, Meyersdale; Mahlon, Nia ara Kails, N, Y.; Homer Win er; Ualton f. and Raymond D., ulh of Reading, and Jospch 0. rown, Pittsburgh; two (laugh Fire Marshal Cites Danger At Rest Homes Mrs. olsapplc, Lewis Moranduzzo, and Mrs. Richard indlc^hcrgcr, Jerome; a broth grandchildren andchildrcn. and 27 great- SIAC Transcript Costs Changed Mclvln L. the State Fine, chairman of Industrial Accident - While admil- ing the Slate Is taking steps to mprovc conditions at counly welfare houses, an official on (he Stale fire marshal's office says some of the institutions are lire Syberl. Commission, has written to Robert B. Thomas, court reporter in Circuit Court, a list of inslruc- ions which resulted from a re cent opinion by (he office o Attorney General C. Ferdinand The body will be al the Price uneral Home here afler nooi oday. Funeral services will be (inducted there Friday at 2;30 m. by Rev. ICarl Fike. Buria ill be in Union Cemetery. Karl U. Tbaycr DEEP CHEEK LAKE — Ear ryan Thayer. BO, who was em oyed as an assistant surveyor ied Monday in Garretl Count; •emorial Hospital, Oakland. A native of ThayersviHe, he as born July 30, 18%, and was son of Mrs. Virginia (Welch hayer, of ThayersviHe, and Ihe ite John 0. Thayer. Mr. Thayer was a member o L_ Mark's Lutheran Church a aklanfTSurviving besides hi nolher, are his wife, Mrs. June 3owman) Thayer; three child- en, Virginia Thayer, Washington, C.; Bryan and John Thaycr, I home. Also surviving are Iwo sislcrs, irs. Hazel Funk, Sedalia, Mo.;j Irs. Mable Giessman, Annap-! is; and a brother, Gorman!; hayer, of here. The body is at] 1 Bolden Funeral Home in Oak- end where a service will be con- ucled. tomorrow at 2 p. m.! EOT). Rev. Charles Carlson, pastor of ic Lutheran Church in Oakland nd Rev. David Funk, Lulheranl ninister of Mossouri, will offi-i iale and interment will be in Ihe hayerville Cemetery. B.irns Services HANCOCK — A requiem mass or Miss Ruth Barns. 59, who died londay. in. Washington. County lospital, Ilagerslown, will be cclc- ratcd tomorrow at 10 a. m. at St. "eter's Calholic Church, Hancock, y Rev. John Kerr. Burial will be n. St. Patrick's Cemelery, Little. Orleans. Sliinglcilecker Services Funeral services for James hinglcdeckcr, 59, of IHJ, Fifth treet. who was pronounced dead n arrival at Memorial Hospital londay niglil, will be conducted! omorrow at 2 p. m. at the Kight| "uneral Home. Rev. Arthur Vcspa, paslor of 'ivst Assembly of God Church, 'ill officiate and interment will e in Davis Memorial Burial 3 ark. The body is at the funeral ome. traps. Benjamin It. Benson told a meeting of the Eastern Fire Chiefs' Assn. yesterday lhat the welfare houses, which arc usually converted mansions, often arc poorly equipped to deal with fires. Louis C. Maisel of the Baltimore County Fire Prevention Bureau told the convention delegates that the institutions also arc confronted with a problem of frequent turnover of personnel. He said fire prevention icfreshei courses would have to be given once a week to keep new em- ployes abrcasl of techniques. Maisel contended county anc The opinion concerned Iran- .cripts of testimony in cases on appeal from decisions of the Slate Industrial Accident Commission. Fine points out lhal the ruling states that Ihc appellant is ini- State agencies should act jointl> in licensing and inspecting nursing homes. ially responsible for payment of the cost of the original transcript and copies. The appellant should be billed for the original and Iwo copies. A copy of Ibis bill should be forwarded with Ihe record lo Ihe court as a part of Ihe costs. Thomas said lhal in (lie past the commission itself has assumed responsibility for payment of the transcripts. The appellant will be relieved of responsibility for payment of the Iran- scripl cosls only if the verdict is changed in Ins favor on the appeal. CAPE COD VACUUM BOTTLES Enameltd sleel case with ltd plastic cap. Ideal for outings! Pint Centuries ago in Europe, gen- lemen who were heavy drinkers ad personal drinking cups that hey took to the tavern each igbt and lo their graves when bey died. Looking" with. Lruke THE POOLS ARE OPEN - THE WEATHER'S FINE BOY'S SWIM TRUNKS ARE HERE FOR SUMMER FUN 'Tis the season for fun in Ihe son when youngsters head for the pools and spend many happy hours swimming and splashing therein. So, Mom, head for Schworzenbach's and select your young son's swim trunks from our colorful, comfortable collection. for schools toys cleaners & dyers or any other product or service for the home or business, always look first i" the YELLOW PAGES ct your Telephone Directory. ^ — Find It Fast In Th« Yellow Pages \ IKE C & P TEUPKONE ' COMPANY OF MARYLAND FORD'S Drug Stores Cumberland and Frostbura A1.UMI.VUM COMBINATION STORM WINDOWS 11 .75 Minimum Call For A Kree Home Demonstration No Obligation UP TO Imtollotiofl Ai ranged Call Day or Night Aluminum Awnings and Siding CUMBERLAND PA 4-0633 Somtutl 5190 Aboono 3I8B6 Johnstown 34-1351 PENNCO ALUMINUM Summer Means asm C a s ii a i s C a s it a I s l 1 c c a s a s a a 1 AND IT'S 61 BALTIMORE ST. FOR THE LARGEST SELECTION IN TOWN! Cumberland Cloak & Suit Use Your First National Charge Account Special Purchase...Sale s Summer Skirts Colorful cottons., Regularly $2.98.. Your Choice for an eye- Dramalic special purchase and limely sale ... Styles and fabrics regularly this season at $2.98 . . . Lustrous, washable cottons in smart prints and some solid colors. Sizes 22 to 30 waist. h heavenly comfort '.>.' r '*•. ^ ,i II A_ "'"T-T™" in slacks Jl^ swimsuits r -^c" - *horts Jpall sportswear Playtex Panty Briefs Invisible under ihe shortest briefs, the most figur*-reveo/i'ng bathing suit! For a slim, sleek whistle-provoking figura under bathing suits and all summerwear, try a Playtex Panty Brief. Fits like a second skin . . . makes you look inches slimmer instantly... and goes in and out of the water as gaily as your bathing suit Dries in a wink, too.' The secret's in the new miiacle material, Fabricon ... a figure-slimming blend of downy-soft cotton and stretchy latex. Living® Panty Brief Mori control with leu wtijfil Ihon you ever dreamed poiiiblel Magic-Controller* Panty Brief *Q Wilh lummy-flotttrinj "finen-porwli" ond woijf.whilllino non-rol) (opt Cumberland Cloak and Suit Stbre

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