Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on June 11, 1957 · Page 8
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 8

Cumberland, Maryland
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Tuesday, June 11, 1957
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EIGHT EVENING TIMES. CUMI1ERLAND, MD. TUESDAY, JUNE II, 1957 Dial PA 2-4600 for a WANT AD Take» Mental Hygiene Talk Scheduled The Community Coordinating! Council, liic County child major welfare Allegany agencies, will meet Tuesday, June 18, at 8; p. in. in the Board of Kducalion building, W.isjiington Slrcel. i Tlic speaker will be Dr. David K. Kdwards, member of [lie slaff of Spring Grove State Hospital, according to Morris Baron, who will preside. Dr. Edwards, who conducts clinics here for the Alleyany County Health Department, will discuss the work and facilities of the department's Mental Hygiene clinics. The meeting is one of a series which is being held to brief cooperating agencies on the services which are available for (he rehabilitation of youths of the county. The council was formed here March 20 with Baron, Mrs. Klinor M. Wcsterfeld, director of the Coutity Welfare Board, ;md Homer S. Iliggins, pupil person >iel supervisor for (lie Board oi Education, as its guiding council, and Mrs. Jennie J. Grahame, executive assistant for the Allegany County Health Department, as secretary. At the second meeting, Mrs. Wcsterfeld and Miss Ethel Wilde- Associated Charilics, explained the facilities of that Red Feather agency. She cited case histories to show how the agency (unctions when juvenile problems arise. Since Hie. council was formed, it has been joined by another Chest agency, the Salvation Army, with Capt. Daniel Biggs, commander, as reprcsentaliio Magistrate Fred II. Anderson who was recently appointed magistrate for juvenile causes here, has replaced Mr. Baron as, a rep man outlined the policies and functions of the Welfare Board and its facilities tor aiding child welfare work. Last month, Miss executive secretary of (he NEXT TIME YOUR GIVES YOU A . . • • PRESCRIPTION US TO FILL IT Our combined experience i, a, yo.. » ""DRUG CONSULTANTS TO THE PUBLIC AND TO THE PHYSICIANS. esenlaiive of the court. Charter members were lite in |,luvenile Court, Welfare [ioard Board of Education, Health I)e , parlment, Allegany County I.ea " guc for Crippled Children, De partmont of Vocational Hehabili tation. Associated Charities, DC partment of Public Welfare anc Mental Hygiene department o: the Health Department. The first street lighting by gasj in the U. S. was in Jialtimore in 1 181(1. I Minute (races of the atmos- earlh. Normal persons blink pliero cxlcnd 600 miles from the eyes at the rate of 25 time* per minute. NURSE FOUND STRANGLED - The body of pretty Miss Marjorie Nipperson, 24, left, was found yesterday by her'fiance, Dr. Walter Deike, right, former track star at the universities of \Visconsin and Chicago. Police said the girl had been strangled with a nylon stocking. Deike told authorities he and Miss Nipperson had planned to marry next weekend and honeymoon in Chicago. He said he went to her apartment after she failed to report for duty at Hollywood Presbyterian Hospital. i (AP Photofas) Play lots Set Opening Junc24 World's largest producer of tin Malaya, jn the South China Sea. ...••_ — ABVERTIStMENl — Popular "Get-Acquointed" Plan Resumed local offfc« Aetna Finance Co. fi .In offering worthy pcrioni $50 on i« only for 30 day*. Tht total cot it only $1.50. Fait, wtnle-yau-wai tervic* ri offered. Pe/ionz needing ext/a eajh till pay day or for olhei :pmiei or* invjled. Other leant up to $1.500, alto available. Call or Aetna, 48 N. Centre St. Dial PA 4 5800. (Loon, uver $300 made unde Md. Industrial Finance Act.) WOVEN CARPET at 4,. according to Mrs. Eva Ilo-'a. m. to noon and from 1 p. m. and will not he open at Local Boy Placed On Parole Uy Court A local boy yesterday after noon was placed on probation b> IMagiStrale. Krcd_ll. Anderson ii^ __ Thc ci( J'' s playgrounds will be-j Ml. Royal Playground, it was' 1 Juvenile .Court after the youth'em activities on Monday, June-announced, will be open from 10 was arrested for carrying a large "' knife. Magistrate Anderson said he suspended a six-months sentence to the Maryland Training School for Boys in the boy's case and placed him .under protective custody of the Allegany County Wei fare Board. The boy told the court lie was carrying the knife for "protection" as he had been "beaten ip" by other youths in previous ights in town. an, general supervisor. She said the Recreation epartment staff has decided w ' 10 usc " le ground are night, since most of the children gainst a set time for all play- rounds lo open and close each' ay and will allow leaders on the [rounds lo adopt a time scbe- 'ule which will meet the needs: f the children and the physical ondition of the ground. The hours, she said, will be losled on the bulletin board of, :ach playground. Columbia Street Playground, he said, will be open only in the morning and evening, except vhen craft work is scheduled, due lo the lack of shade and the extreme heat during the middle of the day. A.similar situation exists at the Centre Street play area, she said. Due to its limited size, Vir ginia Avenue Playground will be! sei aside for llie 6-12 age group,| and older children will play at :he Penn Avenue grounds. i school and early school age. ATTENTION YOUNG MEN There is a place for you in Company "C", 115th Inf., Maryland Notional Guard. Spend II weeks or 6 months on active duty anil then • return to Co. "C" to complete your military obligation. See Capt. Light on Weil. Night at the Armory, or Sgt. Lewis any week day. Union To Nominate Officers will be nominated Friday at 8 p. m. by Local J07, Electrical Workers Union, at the Allegany Labor Temple. The' election will be held June 28 at! 8 p. m. jl STOP TERMITE DAMAGE Phone PA 2-0345 NEW SHIPMENT HAUGER'S! SUMMER BEAUTIFUL STRAWS LINENS AND PLASTICS Your opportunity to save on smart, summer handbags . . . now at the beginning of the season! Choice straws, linens and plastic styles in gorgeous summer colors . . . white, beige, yellow and fancy pastel shades. Hurry, select yours while selection is complete. HAUGER'S Jewlery SENSIBLE PRICES k . *- : Never Before Has One Car Won AH Four Top Awards! 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