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Cumberland Times (Newspaper) - November 3, 1957, Cumberland, Maryland CUMBERLAND SUNDAY TIMES SUNDAY NOVEMBER 3 1957 TWENTYTHREE ings are old hat for Clifton E Fuller the Grand Old Man of Marylands football Quarterback on the University of Marylands first grid team Fuller has ed every homecoming contest at College Park since lie is shown c right i riding in the car of the queen when Maryland was beaten by Tennessee The homecoming queen is Miss Peggy Wolfe Waving his hat is another Maryland alumnus John Beasley Fullt is a former city councilman Anniversary Bond Give Away Winners BOND WINNERS Greene St A Mrs Arthur Thomas 169 Spring Frostburg Wineow St A P tames H Thompson Mt Savage Md Frostburg A P Nick Scarpelli 123 McCullough Frostburg Westernport A P J Edmund Getty 113 Church Westernport GRAND PRIZE WINNERS Bonds Greene St A P Mn Rose Anderson RFD Cumberland Wineow St A P Frostburg A P Fronk Hoger Lone Frostburg Westernport A P Mrs Elsie G Wilson Hilltop Westernport Steel Firm Buys Reserve Coal Supply Crucible Steel Co has purchased coal re serves in Virginia with a po yield in excess of 20 mil lion tons of metallurgical coal The sleel firm said yesterday it acquired rights to surface acres of coal reserves in a moun region around Hugheston Va The company said it now lias at least a 40 year supply Of coal Crucibles present coal reserves are in Greene County Pa The company said the new supply will enable the firm to extend the span of its Pennsylvania operations from an estimated 18 more years to about 35 more years The West Virginia coal will be mixed with that mined in Penn sylvania and is expected to mate rially improve coke in the blast furnaces at Crucibles Mid land Pa works Evening Sun Says To Run Again BALTIMORE ov 2 W Sun said today Attorney General C Ferdinand Syhert will announce shortly thai he will seek reelection spiking reports lie was flirting with the idea of seeking the gubernatorial nomi nation The article by William said thai as tilings stand now Mr Syhert will align himself po with Stale Comptroller J Millard an announced candidate for the Democratic nomination for governor Mr would say only that tie has not made up his mind yel as to his future ambitions op whom he will wrote But highly placed Demo cratic sources say here is no doubt whatsoever that he will run again for the job he nou holds and that a alliance has been formed still to be decided is whom the com bine will indorse for United States Senator and State Call For Prayer NEW YORK The Syna gogue Council of America repre all three branches of American Judaism his called on the Jewish congregations in this country to sci aside special periods of prayer for brotherly reconciliation in the Little Rock school integration conflict Draft Constitution 11 CLEVELAND if A her commission has gone to work on the job of drafting a lion for the United Church of Christ a denomination j Of two million members launched last summer in the merger of the Congregational Christian gen era council and the Evangelical and Reformed Church Former Annapolis Treasurer Guilty Of Embezzling ANNAPOLIS Nov 2 shortly after his arrest William L former acting ila l7 city treasurer of Annapolis was testified he has made complete restitution to Ihn bond found guilty of embezzlement day and was sentenced to serve good the citys loss one year in the Anne Arundel A Hillman an Annapolis County jail attorney representing The pleaded asked Circuit Court Judge Benja guilty to eight counts charging A fur leniency him with embezzling from He said had made fiill the City of Annapolis restitution had not used the mon testified he took he ey for personal gain and has al 1 money because he was heavily in He told the court he used the money to pay hospital and nursing bills resulting from ARBOR Mich his wifes illness Tests are being made here of a witnesses for the stale rubber coating was Francis X Klynn a certified fur highway surfacing Road of public accountant from Baltimore say the cost is five to MX who conducted a special audit cents a gallon more than which disclosed the shortage of lional asphalt hut the rubber is city funds supposed to be more durable I thief James easier to lay and maintain and presented a statement taken from will provide more traction ready been greatly said The fast through has been made Is Judge Hookey ali pro Hodkey assistant oneyear terms on city treasurer as act each count to run concurrently ing treasurer from March until his This is a case where a man arrest in May Mr arrested lias been placed in a position ot at while a state trust as a public the metling of treasurers Order Your Fall Suit from Thomas E Stakem DESIGNER CUTTER TAILOR A complete line of goods to select from Have your clothes made to YOUR individual measures A per feet fit and alterations necessary in store j SUITS TOPCOATS PANTS made by Stakem look better A trial will convince you Thomas E Stakem Frederick Street Cumberland Maryland If Yoy Plan to Pay Around for Your 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