Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on June 12, 1957 · Page 7
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 7

Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, June 12, 1957
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Dial PA 2-4600 for a WANT 'AD Taker EVENING Area Funeral Directors Hold Conference Here State and Tri-Sfate area funeral Walter Johnston, Berlin, secre- Chan Shrine Country Club. Dr. Russell Fisher, Baltimore, Stall of Maryland, spoke. f man, Som- and crsct, treasurer. During the business meeting .- „. ...,..*., U u*ij,,* u(v , i.>ujnig me- UUMIH.SS meoim 0 chief medical examiner for the a discussion was held on legisla- -_. ,, ..._.., , urv ,, v . Mlnl angling me protcssion Some 50 officers and members'" 16 Ma? Gejiera) Assembly. tion affecting the profession by of Ihc Maryland State Funeral Directors, and the Tri-Stale, Eastern Panhandle and Somerset - County funeral directors attend/ cd (he meeting. --, — held i(s quarterly meeting during Ihe Cumberland visit, were Charles E. • Scliim-, unck, president; Frank II. Newell, first vice president; J. Kdwin' Dr. Fisher showed slides'illus- trating legal pathology and told how medical examiners and pathologists through the state co operate with law enforcement of ficials. Guests were Dr. If. V. Dcming. deputy county medical examiner, and Dr. Benedict Skjtarelic, path ologist for Allcgany County. un, IIIJH VILC piI'aHieiu; j, r,Qwin Kline, second vice president. andlAj,. l<\i|.,.« P|.,, lc Charles K. Delosier, all of Balti-l , Ol CC l lcU1S more. With them were about loi'CfasIl- A I'l rm' >iii>mVi/.rc fr,™ «,„ n.M; Vjl «OlI"/» 1<11 111 from the Baltimore' members area. The Tri-State Funeral Directors Associalion was represented by Bryon Kight, president; John 0. Durst, secretary-treasurer, 15 members. Heading the Eastern Panhandle association delegation were Elaine Schaffer, Petersburg, president, and Keith Shaffer, • Komney, secretary-treasurer. ; The Somerset County delegation of 11 included Camden Meek, Johnstown, Pa., president;! ECZEMA ITCH • Oo« yew down? Try RESINOL OINTMENT DKN'VliR - (INS) — Ten Air Force stations arc experimenting . with an alarm system to speed n 0. location of crashed airplanes, and TJie idea i: simple. Special alarms, similar to radio transmitters, arc installed in aircraft. When'Ihc. plane getsjn trouble, tr.e set is turned on to signal the nearest tracking stations. Plotting of the plane's course and iocation are made immediately and the information relayed to rescue units. Should the plane crash suddenly or collide with another in flight, (he impact would set the transmitter in operation. While the system won't prevent crashes, Air Force officials hope Ihe faster discovery of crashed planes may help save many lives of those who survive Ihe initial crash, but are badly injured. The Raid Boy-8 TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 1957 He Gets Stern Lesson In Hair Hygiene By KI..MEU Poor old Elmer. I was feeling sorry (or myself. Here 1 bad gained national attention by knocking off 40 pounds as (he original Kat Boy, and the insurance folks said I had added 10 years to my life line. Rut who wants to add 10 years to his life line if be hasn't added anything to bis hair line? The minute you took off your hat and the girls saw your moth- eaten hair circling a'bald spot, or even a gigantic V, like mine was getting, well, you looked like an old buck trying to be young in bow tie and convertible. Row lies don't go with ba!d heads. .N'cir convertibles! Maybe 1 did need that psycho somatic treatment right now, or the couch doc. But I was still determined. I had found fat comes from calories. 1 must find out what loss of hair comes from. Mine in particular. So 1 went back to my doc and told him of my visit to Peter J. Michael and.Jiis-story—on chromosomes and genes. "The boy's got a good head," said the doc. "lie hasn't much on top of it, but lots inside it.' Then he set out telling me about hair cleanliness and its re lation to falling hair. It seems there is a feeling among to-be-bald boys that washing the hair too much washes it off (he noggin into (he sewer. The doc told me that if the sebaceous glands, out of ivhich comcs_lhe hair, get clogged up it is like clogging up the sink. He drew me a fine picture of ENGLE'S SPECIALS! SWIFT'S , . , OSCAR MAYER . . . ARMOUR'S ALL MEAT WEI N E RS Beechnut Strained BABY FOOD 59C cans DEL MONTE PINEAPPLE- GRAPEFRUIT DRINK 2 46 oz. J* ^ can, 49C FRESH GROUND BEEF 43c Chase & Sanborn Or Maxwell House COFFEE DRIP or PERK Ib. tin 99c Swanson's Beef - Chicken - Turkey TV-DINNERS 69c each Domino Sugar 25 Ib. bag $2.49 ENGLE'S MARKETS Baltimore Ave. at Decatur St. and, Bedford Road 'logs pores. That many people] will! dandruff put on fancy | [reascs (hat cement the dandruff! to the head, and dog up the hairj ilpcs even more. I He told mo that dandruff is thet >kin peeling itself, so to speak. 1 and thai the entire body sheds dandruff but only the hair •alchcs it and holds il. unlil it drops onto a blue suit. Other- 'wise, we'd never notice it any more than we notice the "dandruff" on our hands or nose. lie said dandruff was not a disease as many people thought. Just skin shedding. I need not be concerned about dandruff, he said, unless I had a skin disease of some sort and then he, or a good dermatologist, could see abuot curing it. He informed me that il is necessary (o clean away the dirt, germs, dandruff and excessive oils }o promote a healthy balance between the secretions of Ihc sebaceous glands. That the scalp must not he loo dry—or loo oily, eilhcr. I must admit that in my homemade campaign to save my hair. I had rubbed on inches of everything from bear grease arid petroleum jollies lo candle wax sulphur, and laney "Who put that ring around the wash basin? 1 a tiny bulb out of which came a asked him. "Did 1 fail to wash long, thin hair up a long, thin ' )ac k there?" land. "That Iract must be kept open and clear and not filled up with riirl, grease, dandruff or some of back ther "That's something else, son.' he said. "Today, let's talk clean liness." lie then pointed out that the pioneer woman's idea of brusii .hat fancy stuff you put on your ing the hair loo strokes a day (hat seals openings." in these tiny Cleanliness, he says, gives the hair a chance to strut its stuff if it has the food backing (which mine did), and hasn't been "touched" by the bad gene to start with. "How about that moth-eaten hole in the back of my head?" was mighty good, especially back in those days when the Saturday night bath was merely an idea in a plumber's mind. i didn't need to prowl the work market looking for fancy soaps or hair detergents, that just plain soap would do the job if I vubbcc enough. He also said Dial dandrufl SEVEN , pensive things marked Bottle X Most any germ, disease or ail nient had a fine roosting place in layers of oil on my noggin. "That, son. is what may have caused that moth hole in you " Cul-Rale Fines Offered Drivers PARIS — (INS) — If you get a traffic ticket in France you 'can settle it wit!) a "cut-rote" •line. j It will save you the time ami trouble of going to court. ] Tlie Official Journal, recorder iof all I'rcndi laws and decrees, I says you can pay 900 francs L(about $2.55) to settle on the spot •a mistlcmeanoi thai would cost, j.vuu up to 1.800 francs labout 55.40) in fines if taken to court. The same 50 per cent discount is available on fines up to 36,000 francs 'about $102). KKCEIVES UKGKKtC —Hubert H. Shuck, son of Mr. and .Mrs. liobcrl .Shuck, formerly of 636 Bedford Street, received liis bachelor of science degree in engineering at the University of Maryland Saturday auri has accepted a position with the Naval Ordnance Laboratory at White Oak. Mel. He was treasurer of his senior class, treasurer of —EJii—Delta—Xhcta.JrajUMilv^ and a member of (he Newman Club ami AS.ME at the u ii i c r s i t y. He graduated from LaSalle in 1950. Qiuivli Kccc|>iioit Sci I'ark 1'lace Methodist Church will hold its annual reception in lonor of its pastor. Rev. Bruce K. Price, and mcjiibcrs who are 1057 graduates, today at 3 p.m. at the church. bair," he advised, "although I have an idea it may be an emo tional disturbance or a skin ailment. but we will come to the! 1 in turn." i The guy was hopeful. He kept me hopeful, a good rule in any salesmanship. Keep 'em hopeful: I left doc's office feeling just a' little better. 1 planned to really do a washing job on my hair. That night 1 was surprised at the oil that washed off. I was feeling good until the wife yelled 1 out. "Who put (hat ring around the wash basin? You been washing! your socks again. Elmer?" 1!io Nile, 960 miles in length is the sole river in Egypt. it pays to shop at warhaft's . . . for • KIRSCH RODS • DRAPERY FABRICS • SLIP COVERS • CARPETS 79 North Centre St. I Planning a Party? I I HAVE YOUR NEXT i I PARTY AT THE * {-FtrCumbrHotel } ^ Private Room \ I for any size \ \ PARTY \ \ • \ h Banquets of any si'ze, fe ,• Wedding Receptions, i i Cocktail Parties, etc. * \ Inquire at ... \ i Anton's i \ Ff. Cumberland Hotel £ J* Dining Room J \ Coffee Shop \ Ss» r ^5S»'^W p jfflsfc* ^^ssy ^^^j^^^y-^jg^ FOR FATHER'S DAY GIVE DAD SOMETHING HE NEEDS .... SOMETHING TO WEAR FROM BURTON'S IT'S FATHER'S DAY...SUNDAY $ 95 SPORT COATS 12 to 19 $ 50 SIZES AND STYLES FOR DAD OR GRANDAD SHIRTS $169 r 9 to $ 3 95 Long or short sleeve styles . . , plain colors and fancies. Sizes small, medium, large and extra forge. MEN'S SUITS $ .50 24 To $ 39 50 He can have it altered or exchanged later Summer weight suits, in all wool . . . wool and dacron , . . wool and rayon ... all rayon ... all season suits in every size, style and color for the Father of any age. MEN'S SLACKS $495 to $995 Every wanted fabric, all the popular colors. Waist sizes 28 lo 54 . . . Mo charge for alterations V* * ALL WOOL SWEATERS $ 4 95 and $ 5 95 ZIP FRONT JACKETS $ 3 95 to $ 8 95 For Damp Days,.,Cooler Mornings Swim Trunks $1,95 Bells 51,00 Ties $1,00 Wallets $1,95 SHOP BURTON'S LAVALE STORE DAILY TWELVE NOON TO 9 P. M.

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