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Cumberland Evening Times (Newspaper) - August 8, 1953, Cumberland, Maryland Two evening times. Out our Way cd a Heuland. My. By j. R. William sati Invy. Acct St 8. 19. Phone 4roo for it want and Toker our boarding House with major Hoopes obituary i continued from Page to late e. Taylor and Mollie fridge torment will be in Queens Point Way Brown her husband Joseph cemetery. Died in november 1918, mrs. Ells d Wilson she was a member of the Baptist Lonaconing a mrs. Ella it dil Church of Montrose Fen Wilson 73, widow of Thomas survivors include a son Brax a. Wilson died recently at Hor ton Parsons a brother. Bus Home in Braddock a. Sell Brown High Ndoc n. A a native of Lonaconing she had four Sisters mrs. Blanche Myers resided 43 years in Braddock. Mrs. I Jackson Ohio mrs Ethel Crow Wilson held membership in the Ley Hempstead n. V. Mrs presbyterian Church. Mabel Mcnamara. Roosevelt. N. Surviving Are three sons card y. And mrs. Fern Schoonover Ner Frank and Robert Wilson and Parsons and a grandson Joseph two daughters mrs. Marie Cor gainer of Parsons ran and mrs. Thelma Hamilton All Summerfield rites of Braddock three Sisters. Mrs. Parsons a a services for Syl Laura Wilson and mrs. Minnie Camus Summerfield. 70, of Keren. Click both of Braddock and miss who died thursday in Tucker Emma differ Lonaconing three county Hospital Here were con Brothers John differ. Canton ducted today at the Green he Ohio and Charles and William do funeral Home Here. Elders Guy of Braddock seven i and and Harold Johnston of the Elkins children and six great grand nil Branch of the Church of Jesus Dren. Ichrist of the latter Day saints James Dando officiated and interment was in Frostburg a James Dando. Parsons cemetery. Kemp. Calvin Buckalew Carl skid 50, a former resident died july 31 he was born june 17. 1883 in More and Glen Harden. Honorary in Memphis tenn., where he had Randolph county a son of the late pallbearers members of the Grace been employed by the Firestone for Ducai and Lucy White sum Bible class of the Church were 7�?o l o and l Al of i inca Fifon i Vav on a Udy so us of your Victory Over rut my word it of term. A All you have x i i to do. Matoic \ i ? is <3et be i for. Him 1 record inventories rising buyer debt cause Loneer or pcs a Vook btin16 tickle of a / / 11 v j St Vnod old Chea Al to Hiya a a c tic. Kit Home my. I a new York a reports from most segments of business and Industry for the first week of au-1 gust made pleasant Reading but new figures on record inventories and mounting consumer debt caused concern in some quarters. Industrial production Rose this week As activity in Many lines recovered from the vacation doldrums steel output climbed More than four percentage Points. Electric Power production set an All time High for the second straight week. Increasing consumption for air conditioning and refrigeration helped boost the summer Load. Vacation spending was a Factor As Money in circulation increased 95 million dollars during the week retail Trade showed a slight gain. With special promotions attracting Many shoppers. By and Large mid year earnings reports during the week Wert highly favourable Whitco Motorola coca cola Packard Chrysler. R. F. Goodrich and Pillsbury Mills were among the major companies showing improved results. In contrast a number of textile firms including american Woolen f text Ron and botany Mills showed losses for the first half of the year. Textile firms were Given a further Jolt when the armed services procurement Agency cancelled some major bids on military cloth orders. There also was bad news for the nations motion picture business when president Eisenhower vetoed the Hill to repeal the 20 or cent tax on movie admissions. In Chicago wheat futures skidded nearly seven cent a Bushel by Jimmy hallo Merfield. His wife. The former is George Buckalew. Mrs. Wil died january 6,Liam l Plummer. Mrs. Alex g. Close. Mrs. Harry Taylor. Mrs. Survivors include two sons. Guy. Freb Mckenzie. Mrs. Gladys Borel grand Prairie. Texas and Royer mrs. Ernest Plummer. Mrs. Of Concord calif., two daughters i Vernon Poole mrs. Leonard mor mrs. Edna Pennington. Kerens Jan mrs. Emory Plummer mrs. With whom he resided and mrs Simon Duckworth and mrs. John former resident who died thursday Roga a it Ynes Morgantown. W. A ,8 Jones in Woodbine will be conducted to of Jap Sigeti mrs u he Dayis Val Astuti funeral Morrow at 2 p. In. At first Breth v Runci a. Stella services for Arthur d. Astuti. Ren Church. Rev. Milton m. Robin Pic Ahya. Eva 72, of 420 Holland Street who died tuesday in memorial Hospital torment will be in Rose cemetery. Johnson burial i. Crowe. Pastor of Cresaptown services for mrs. Bertha Mae a methodist Church officiated and Johnson. 59, wife of Albert f Johnson. Fargo. Who died wednesday in sacred heart Hospital were held yesterday at the Greenie funeral Home Parsons. W a. Rev. Robert l. Greynolds. Pastor of tire company. He was a son of the late James Lenore Collins and Sara Jane it Harris Dando of Frostburg and is survived by his widow and two children. Burial was sunday in Memphis. Grade services services for George p. Grady. 86. Jamie Pisgah. Son. Pastor will off nato and to Ellins mrs. Lenora Mitch Hin Ell. Kerens and mrs Smith i Quot Quot it by Entov a a a a Haf Quot Short Creek w. A. And six funeral Home Rev r>�0�?od in Ime fk3wnp"s told plop de. Tue real estate Mani just we at Tuey wanted a we know just wu4t we Tufe Turee eutu5-Andj to 3ct1d be in -n4e muq4avoola Fark sector a 5/ in ii 77 and Trees Quot d and lots up \ ground v and picture \ windows of i weel ill show you Ever Tutko it 1 we be got to at \ comes Specif cations. All so Des cd j in a it. He was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of latter Day saints. Shannon burial Parsons a services for Karen d. Shannon five months old Daugh Parsons methodist tar of John Andjel jul f. Church officiated and interment Shannon who died wednesday in interment was in Frostburg memorial Park. Pallbearers were William wit it hams Olin Schutz Robert Williams John Thomas. Dale Williams and James e. Williams. Lilley burial services for a Ralph Hilley so six months Aud forty six look sees later to lieu. _ do it every time a Lullo. Or. Hovest wu4tare ecu Dono n t5-us a part ppm town was in Bonfield cemetery r county Hospital it re con to died saturday at his Home pallbearers were Walter Clark. Ducted yesterday at the Greenie in Baltimore were conducted wednesday at the George funeral Delas Helmick. C. L. Shirley. I Unera Home Rev a Ober tic Julius Shafter. Haywood Helmick a a i Home Rev. T. Roscoe Hall Pas and Arthur Helmick. Methodist Church officiated and gainer funeral j interment was in Parson s Parsons services for mrs cemetery. Born february 20. 1953. She is p \ x is a Btl a a i plodder we just Wlk de in Mca cum you Dioio to show us tmi5 one ? Twat other real estate Guy Joe kelp sold it id us a civil engineering construction on the Board of Trade Friday volume advanced to per cent this heavy Selling was attributed to week. And heavy engineering con fears that Farmers would not vet tracts for the year Iodate remained approval of marketing quotas in ahead of 1952-the record year not Friday s election. Passenger car output dropped to in London the British govern-112,939 from 131.89 last week. Ment returned Copper trading to the four Millionth automobile of private hands for the first time in 1953 will come off the Assembly 14 years and prices promptly fell line of some United states Plant sharply next week. A. In the remaining 44 months the Industry expects to build two Mullion More cars and make 1953 its second biggest production year. There has been some dispute As to whether there is a Market for i six million cars this year. The president of Studebaker. Corp. S. Vance declared the week the Industry can be Many automobiles if a salesmen use pre War initiative. A spokesmen for some finance companies said they could not see for million cars let i million. Slaving suspects Ghoul of North hit Lorain. Ohio a in a Pennsylvania state police today All but counted out two men being held by ii rain police As suspects in the that Pennsylvania Turnpike murder cases. Detective Sergt. John Chrin of the Greensburg. A state police a Market Barracks left Lorain Friday night alone six after questioning the two suspects. Who have been linked to several Tor of Calvary methodist Church. Ridgeley officiated and interment was in Zion memorial burial Park. Pallbearers were William Preas in a in closely with the matter of consumer credit. Consumer debt advanced to a new Peak of 27 billion dollars in june a hike of $4,600,-000.000 in 12 months according to the Federal Reserve Board. Ados gainer. 76. Who died at her Home were conducted survived by her parents a sister. Gorn Clifton Cessna. Curley Broad today at mercy Chapel Montrose. Shelia Ann at Nome paternal Bpck Danjel Collins. Odberg pol by Rev. A. Brook Withers. Baptist grandparent. Or. And mrs. We ing and John Simpson it minister of Kerens. Interment was iary Stevens. Parsons. Great in the Baptist cemetery Montrose grandparents or. And mrs. Wal she was born june 5. 1877. In a Stevens Tunnelton great e. Kenney Tracy w. Whitworth. Bernard Marbury Albert Beck or. Lewis Engle and William pallbearers were or. Mad e or. Paul r. Wilson. George Boyd. Guthrie Luke Charles Davis c. Schurg services Frostburg a services f o a _ t a Itta c. A Robert w. Bess j. B. May Bury. John a Schurg. 38. Son of George a a. A. _ Preston county a daughter of the Reat grandmother. Mrs. Laura Schurg. This City. Who died Satur Uton Mcintyre Harold Fredlock a a Loo Funn. On. And male in Dav m Ceneria Hospital. Pontiac grandparents 5>lr. And mrs. Rob were conducted tuesday at cart Lipscomb Tomas. The Hafer funeral Home Here. Rev. George l. Wehler pastor of Frostl Row services for mrs. Sajem evangelical reformed Thelma s. Powell 49. Of to stand Church officiated and interment ish Street who died sunday in was in Frostburg memorial Park. Miners Hospital Weie conducted pallbearers we Ere Joseph Scott 61. Of 310 Waverly Terrace wednesday at first methodist Headquarters for mirrors and furniture tops Pittsburgh plate Glass co. Is Henderson Are Nae Plena Stisi pondered a report on inventories by the department of Commerce. The report said inventories held continued from Page i by manufacturing wholesale and cheered he paused and mopped retail firms at the end of june a his forehead with a handkerchief amounted to 77 billion dollars a leaders listed use almost five billion Over 12 months earlier. While the inventory backlog was a. Boyles. G. Harley Dixon Rob were convicted of abortion in Anne Vich. Seated on his right Nikiti Egton that consumer Ert e. Kimmel. P. A. Laughlin. Arundel county while on probation it a Khrushchev member of the chasing Power a Holdier at Harry k. Drane and Norris Bruce for the same charge in Baltimore secretariat of the Central com Revei Allen services have been sentenced to longer Mittee of the soviet communist terms. Party on his left marshal Kele services for Tyi Omas b. Allen a t. J to a a a my nov a Oroshi Kov president of couple longer terms for abortion the automobile picture is tied truck holdups and burglaries in the Lorain county area. A 32-caliber revolver used by the pair in a recent robbery has been turned Over to taxi rain police who Are awaiting ballistics reports before completely absolving the pair business leaders this week also of the Turnpike slaving. It is believed however that the two men one a 25-year-old resident of nearby Ceylon Junction and the other a 36-year-old Lorain Man a May have been responsible for Baltimore to a with couple who Deputy the Premier were first Premier Lazar Kagano the shooting of a trucker near Lisbon last Friday morning. Who judge Herman Moser increased Menty the terms because the second of at first Aiex Loaisi Lawrence Moser. John Harriman j died monday were conducted f. Church. Rev. John b. Jones Pas George Pryor Robert Warner and thursday at Hafers funeral Home Tny be a v a a Tor was assisted by Rev. B. B. Gurney Coleman. With Rev. C. L. Beard pastor of Ludwich. Interment was in Frost Rickey service Trinity methodist Church off More i pm to and mrs. Ruth m. C. Pervushin master of exec services for mrs. George lated Chaung. Hopkins Quot were sentenced recently Tryc stations and electric Industry was in Rose Hill original probation. Thomas j. Hutson former Balti presidium deput and foreign minister v. M Tov m. Z. Saburova. Member of the communist party a presidium employment in july reached 63.120.000, a new record for the census Bureau said Commerce to month the Premier. _ Molo tile Corr a Ltd Rcd department Notti personal income was up one big Burg memorial Park. Ilion dollars in june to a season by adjusted rate of 286 billion. Pallbearers were Marshall skid Rickey w0 tuesday at the interment was in nose Hui Nikolai More William Lancaster Earl u #. A inn to three years each by judge Ben a a Home of fighter. Mrs Wylie m cemetery. Psi bears. All Mem my Haesoo in Anne Arundel Council Faw 531 Washington Street were Bors of aerie 24a. Of eagles were count Xheva asked he court of Mikoyan. Minister of external aug. 8-13. Ducted thursday at the Daugh Glen Sonner Bartley Kilroy Ray. To in fit am she Erik trades Union renting apartment 4 rooms Bath chairman Anastase i at porch. 120 Grant. Frostburg. For a delicious sunday dinner come to the new Century hotel Romney w a. Approved by Duncan mine 7.7 capacity just 199.95 he Only Down Sale women handbags i of plus Tai Reg. 1.99 and 2.99 135 Baltimore St. Conducted thursday at Ute Vaugn Glen Sonner. Bartley Kilroy. Ray a wlt0uc Success t0 t and internal Trade and marshal Ter s Home. Rev. Owen Arrington mend c. Allen Frank Fogtman conviction a a associate pastor of Centre Street Robert e. Donner Ernest Duck methodist Church officiated and Worth interment was in Hillcrest burial a Park. Ducted by two other members of pallbearers were Vernon Graves the aerie Herman l. Myers Sec to and defense minister. To Mikoyan and Bulgarin were seated in a Row behind the other top the judge rejected a clemency soviet leaders. All the deputies plea for the 59-year-old mrs. Hop Rose and cheered when the leaders judge Moser added three mrs. Hopkins term and one graveside service was con s 00fe�?T i j a tary Anc Edward b. Fahey Kins it was based on a plea she entered the Hall in the great Krem Ert r. Parker Edward l. Ewald chaplain. And Charles a. burial _ Piedmont services for j. Doctor t i Putz David Thomas. 78. Executive vice president of the first National is in poor health and is confined in Palace. To bed in the reformatory. Judge Moser pointed out she a had a record of previous abortion convictions before her first convict Ever. Tion in 1952 Here. Evening amp sunday times afternoon except sunday and sunday morning. Published by the time and Alleaman company 79 South me chanic Street Cumberland my. I is Pound Frozen food capacity door shelves unbreakable aluminium storage Troy paint customers we have received permission from the management of Allegany inn for use of their parking lot while Baltimore Avenue is closed to thru traffic. Come through barricade and turn right at parking lot sign. Well carry your purchases to your car or deliver them to your Home. Continued from Page to Bank of Piedmont who died Mon indicates ultimate escape from in Dav at his Home. 109 East Hump a a by a impossible and that tem. I a a i a Shire Street were conducted thurs pm Rary escape is undesirable As it la a Eio ii i Isi ill Hiu Day at the residence. Rev. Rob pm sip nes infection to later Ages la Atli Ert e. Cassell pastor of it. Cal when its consequences Are More o of m mos ill s vary lutheran Church officiated severe. Macur armm a Ioro i member of the audit Bureau of Cire Iauco with interment in philos cemetery a Rantz also explained that ii a a. Member of the associated pre Westernport. People 15 years of age and older share of Small warships to be pro pallbearers were Raymond c usually build up antibodies which video far a a ast nations by the Hudson John b Determan James protect them from at least one of a United states old a t0 National i John b. Diet Man. Jam known po�?z0 Vleses. Dur no is China. The Republic cd Korea we uhly �?z6,, by it Rrt a it childhood he said contacts usually also will it some week eve Only 36cj evening time per unknown at the time give this in defense officials said yesterday time. 46c per week Mummy to polio viruses. Children was All the information that or copy of entered is second Clasa mall matter at Cumberland. Maryland under the act of Marrh 3. 1879 i a i y italian a o american restaurant col italian Spaghetti and meat Balli also pizza pie phone 749 a Frostburg v a hams Swift Premium in. 69c w. W. Sluss amp son super Market phone 3z1 Frostburg phone 4600 at your Potomac Edison store Cumberland a Frostburg Lonaconing Hyndman your Potomac Light amp Power store Keyter pie Movit a Romney Moorefield of it eters Burn 301 Baltimore ave. At Decatur phone 6651 we deliver who Hsc no reserve4 of fun Tiboni Snow could 00 a Sec Public on Plains amp veiling Linies and sunday time or. Frant continued Are More to Transfer the vessels. Congress susceptible than adults for this Rea authorized the president to turn reprint that part of an advertisement in Over 25 ships not larger than the Tirpy Aphis a a Tor occur. Bon. / a. A must be reported at once. Gamma globulin the blood de destroyers to Friendly nations in Quot Quot a. A pm. Privative being used As a temporary the Orient. Polio preventive will be available the addition was expected to in Maryland Only to children under sve f Formosa based chinese 18 years and to pregnant women an de amp a in sea Power Over the Chi living in the same individual House Nese communists. Hold with a proven polio victim except in the Case of a recognized for Sale restaurant business epidemic or a a. Because of health inquire visible he added mass Inocula Homestead restaurant 16 Broad tons will be Given in the High a Quot 0 risk age groups where there is an adv i us. <-8_ epidemic. I for sae established bakery Gamma globulin which induces route 1949 Chevrolet panel immunity for approximately live truck apply Frostburg bakery weeks is at Best temporary pre or phone 570. Sentive or. Frantz pointed out . 7-8 explaining that there is no cure for a. A polio once the nerve cells have been affected. The prospects Are Bright for Active immunity he said in View of recent scientific Progress. A above All done to become hysterical about polio a a he cautioned. Kleenex 300 3 for 69c a 200 s a a 3 for 47c Parisey Frostburg Camp meeting continuing through August 16th 7 45 nightly except monday Union Grove Camp ground 4 Miles North of Cumberland off Bedford Rood Rev. John w. Sullivan evangelist former attorney at Law and judge sponsored by control Assembly Johnson and Fayette streets free bus service leaves . At 7 15 p. M. Last Day Palace Mats Sun. Tues. Thur. Amp sat. At 1 30 i to was Nat Komo Magan Dorothy Malone Preston Foser a Alex Nicol a Ltd Mutru Vamg Ruth name com �u9b�luma Jshii wirl i 8ckds last Day it Tubis Gene Autry Wiwi Gray a Cowboy and Champion Row it a Law do Moat Nite Only the Chase of i life Lyric a More of the West own a let fat it own a by re imn mob. Smiley Burnette rite and we can prove it 1t a fact cd go jct what your Dollar will buy when you patronize Lucky a is Quality service and Economy in full measure. 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