Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 17, 1948 · Page 15
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Local •i- Comics Classified The Newspaper For The Home Member Associated Press FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1948 County Awards School Bonds ,To Syndicate Lehman Brothers of New York Head Firms On $2,000,000 Issue A syndicate headed by Lehman Brothers. New York banking, firm, •*-as the successful bidder on the $2,000,000 school bond issue for Allegany county today. . The Allegany County . Board of Commissioners awarded the" bond Issue to the Lehman syndicate, on Its bid of '$2,000,540 at one and Bine-tenths per cent interest rate. The net cost to the county over the: S5-year period • of the bond issue •Will be $493,460. Members of the syndicate besides Lehman Brothers are Goldman, Sachs. and Company of New York; Stroud. and. Company,. Inc., of Chicago; •Hemphill, Noyes -and' Company of New York: Laird and Company' 1 , of New 'York;. Hirsch ;.and Company,; Inc., of New York; 'and the Union Trust Company of Maryland, Baltimore. . Second highest bidder was Phelps, renn and Company of New- York •who bid $2,021,006 at two per cent Interest. The net cost to the county on their bid would ' have been $498,994 over the 25-year period. Other bidders were as follows: Smith, Barney and Company of 'Kew York— $2,005,198 at two per cent Interest. Cost to the county lor the 25-year period would be »510.802. Drexcl and Company of New York —$2,013,776 at two per cent interest at a cost to the coutny of $506,224. Halscy. Stcwart-and Company ol' New York— $2,020,780 at two per cent interest with, a. "total cost to the county Of $499,220. Blythe and Company of New York —$2,008,020 at two und. one-tenth per 'cent interest. Total cost to : the county of $537,980. Alexander Brown and Sons of Baltimore— $2,019,760 aftwo per cent interest. Total cost to the'county of $500,246. The bond .issue -will be' used to erect three new schools in the county at Lonaconlng, Mt. Savage and EUerslie. Wortc.on the buildings is •xpected to get underway next year. Police Report Oil November Traffic Total 132 Arrests Made In County Area Maryland State Police mndc 132 arrests and secured 110 convictions on 'traffic violations in Allcgany county during November,',- according to a report issued today. Nine cases •were dismissed. In addition 203 •warnings were issued. For violations in Cumberland State Police secured five convictions. There. was, one'-dismissal. " " .' There was one person" killed in the county in a day accident. In two day and three nlgfci accidents 13 -were injured. For Garrett county State Police made 62 arrests, obtained 48 convictions, and gave 102 warnings. Two persons were injured in ''a single day accident. Th« Maryland . Traffic Safety Commission reported that not one death or injury was reported in Cumberland, Easton or Cambridge. Personal injuries from traffic mishaps jumped from 443 in October to 965 last month in the State as a •whole. However; traffic fatalities decreas- td slightly. Last month 33 persons •were kille'd in automobile accidents compared with 35 for October. Nearly half of those injured were In Baltimore City. Baltimore .county was next with 151, with Prince George's 66 third. EMERGENCY RADIO TRUCKS—Pictured above are two of the Chesapeake and Potomac.Telephone Company portable radio, transmitters as they left here..yesterday morning for the'Bloomihgton and Swanton area to be:used to brldge'a.gap in telephone.circuits between, the two Garrett-county towns. One truck at each point short-waved the telephone conversations during the period of the emergency caused when a freezing rain broke telephone wires, and poles throughout a wide area. Most Local Bars To Remain Open Neighborhood bars will remain open for business even if members of Local 569, , Bartenders Union, AFL,.vote for a work .stoppage at n meeting tomorrow moaning at 10 o'clock in Teamsters' Hall. A check of the establishments this morning revealed owners feel they can hdndle the .business capably, In view of the fact that patronage has dropped off. from .40 to 50 per cent in recent months. . Larger places that- employ two or more bartedners are .also likely to remain open with owners expected to call 'on members of their families to assist. Stanley Burke, secretary . of the Allegany County Liquor Dealers' Association, said this morning no additional word has. come from C. E. Stutzman, business agent .for the union. He added no .further, action will' be taken: until the Association 1» asked ' to meet again with the union. Jingle Party Planned By Cuh Pack No. 2 Cub Pack : No. 2, sponsored by the Parent - Teacher, .Association . of Pennsylvania - Avenue School,. •will hold a jingle party Monday at 7 p.m. in Bethel Evangelical United Breth' ren Church, "Fourth and Race Streets. The den mothers and pack committee is-in charge of ; arrangements, WHAT FLOWERS DO YOU RECOMMEND TO REMIND ONE TO PAY •THEIR NEWSPAPER Colleefipn Day TODAY State Income TaxNotiees Mailed In Area Delinquents.Must Pay Up Within 15 Days Or Be Served With Lien Thousands of residents of this area are receiving "letters of .-assess r ment" from 'the oEice of ,the Maryland- comptroller concerning their state income-taxes. -'— • Edward V. -Welsh,-field representative of the comptroller's office here, said that' persons who receive .one of the tax notices must act promptly In paying the Indicated tax or contact his office if they wish.to avoid having a lien served upon them. Persons who haye failed to pay, or file -a- state income tax return, have 15 days in which to have'the .matter adjusted. Welsh pointed out that in the event the notice is 1 ignored Hens will'be served and alleged offenders will also have to pay a $5 penalty for'each'year they did not file a return, In addition to the 'taxes for which they had -heen- billed. Welsh said that since the campaign -was started -by James J. Lacy, state comptroller, to obtain back taxes owed' 1 to.the .state there has been a rush to his office by persons who are trying to -determine if they are delinquent taxpayers. About 100 persons a day have been interviewed In his office on the fifth floor of the Liberty Trust Company. , Residents of West Virginia and Pennsylvania who are employed in Maryland plants or. business firms are required to file a. return, despite the .fact that their employers -withhold state taxes from 'their pay envelopes and turn the money over to the state. Welsh -said persons who come to his office .can expedite their business by bringing -.with them their salary statements for the past few years, their Social Security- cards and other pertinent information. Broadwater Rites Scheduled Sunday The- body 'of Pfc. Robert . R. Broadwater, 26, husband of Mrs. Hazel (Hunt) Broadwater, this city, who -was killed in-Germany March 1, 1945, will arrive here late this afternoon and will be taken to the Hafer Funeral Home. • Reburial rites will be conducted Sunday at 10:30.a. m. in !"-w Germany Methodist Church in Garrett county by Rev. D. J. Combs, pastor. Military -honors will be accorded at the grave In the church cemetery. Born in Garrett county, Pfc. Broadwater was .-employed at the Kelly-Springfield- Tire -Company plant here'before he or 1 -—^ the Army June 20, 1944. .He , received training at Camp Blanding, Pla., and went overseas in -. December, 1944. He served with Company' D, 41st Armored Infantry Regiment. Surviving, besides his wid'w and a daughter, Sandra Broadwater, are his parents, Raymond '••arid Laura (Stephens) Broadwater, Avll- ton; four brothers, Homer and Allen Broadwater, both of'Route 1, Cumberland; GM 1-c Wayne Broadwater,- serving with the Navy, and Don Broadwater, of the. Marine Corps, and six sisters, Mrs. JBessic Halle, Winchester Road; Mrs. Helen Robeson, Star Route,. .Frostburg; Mrs,. Rella Albright, Route 1, city; Mrs. Melva Crawford,- -.Baltimore, and Norma and Eva Broadwater, Avilton. ^ . Mine Bureau Head Keeps Silence Dr. John J. Rutledge, • chief engineer for the Maryland - .Bureau of'Mines, today declined to commen" on'yesterday's assertion'by John T Jones,'"' president ! of ' District 15 United' Mine . Workers. of -America that the dismissal' of Dr. Rutledge would be requested.' . Jones said he was going to • request the dismissal as a result of the coal mine disaster. near Kitzmiller November 4. which took the lives of 'five men.. .. . ' The UMWA. leader contended the state bureau declined 'to cooperate with -the ' union and agreed with' United States inspectors th'a the mine's failure to comply with the federal safety code had! a- bearing on the -' disaster. Phone Service Being Restored • :. •'. • O • -'-. • Ice On Roads BisappearsAs Mercury Rises With Arising, temperatures and sunny-skies. Western. Maryland was recovering today from one of the worst ice storms in recent years. All roads -were reported clear by G. Bates -Chalres, ^district engineer for' the • State Roads Commission, who added .that 'ice was reported lost night in scattered sections of Allegany county. • : , The'Potomac River at the Wiley Ford checking station was receding slightly. At 1 a. m. the water reading was 15.2 feet, at 7 a. m, 14,9 feet, and at 11 a. m., -14.5. Restore sendee—as much..as possible—as soon ' as possible—became the No. 1 mission of men of the C. anfl P. Telephone Company when the Wednesday ice storm disrupted service all over the area, according to Howard M. Smith, local manager. Crews have been working "day and night since Wednesday to repair damage estimated as the greatest caused by the elements in Maryland since 1942. . Telephone lines and trees collapsed from the load as ico formed, taking with them circuits to Fltatstone, Oakland, Mt. Savage Clarksburg • Kitzmiller, Accident, Friendsville and others. , Telephones in homes in many surrounding communities became. "OD," which in telephone language means out of order. Telephone calls went out from Cumberland on Wednesday night: "We need men and materials quick," .and trucks started rolling toward Wills Creek .raised ..during- thejhere, 30 of them -with crews, from night but was dropping at noon j Frederick, Hagerstown and Balti- Man Arrested In Romney Gets Murder Term James Thomas Nolan Sentenced to Life By Virginia Court James. Thomas Nolan, 24, Arlington, Va., was arrested in Romney W. Va., November 15, has been sentenced to life imprisonment for the slaying of an Arlington, Va., sales- nan. The Virginian pleaded guilty in Fauqulcr county court at Warrenton, to first degree murder and robbery of Belmont Wooclrldge, an ambulance and hearse salesman, on November 11. Nolan told police at Warrenton today. I more. On Route 46, between Keyser i •'Western Electric, .the supply unit and Piedmont, a foot of water cov-|of the Bell System, also pitched in. ered the highway at the Baltimore j Trailer trucks loaded with materials and -Ohio Railroad Z Tower. All left Washington 'Wednesday night 'other roads in trie Keyser region bringing much needed additional were reported-open. county roads, were equipment to the-area, closed! p "- B - MU - er . general plant faSnfe^rels a^d nrZ^d "elec^ store «ivlc e promptly T •! _i i tn j ' ^ • _ciG SQ.1Q. J.niS IS u, and te.lepb.one- lines. County-road crews, .were: busy, today., clearing -the'- following roads: Busklrk road'.at Gilmore 1.1 miles; Cabin Run -road, which'-- intersects •with, -th'D Vale ''Summit ..road; 'find George's Creek Boulevard, two miles;- New. Hope 1 'road between Zihlman and Frostburg, one mile; Porter Cemetery road, off Parkersburg road near Eckhart, one-half ile; Huffman Hollow road between ' Still Route 36 and TJ. S. Route 40, 'one •md one-fourth -wiles: -Jackson „.., p Mountain road between Lbnaoonine : ^'^°^J r< '-' miles. were' busy Route 4< western county. J.. Louis He said: "This is the worst ice storm we have had in Maryland since 1942 and we are making every effort to restore service to customers by tomorrow night." Miller stated: "Additional engineers are being sent into the area to prepare plans for permanent restoration of damaged lines and poles. Smith said circuits to Mt. Savage, Frostburg and Lonaconing have been restored. out of service are lines to rtiere two and one- lines are down in Wills Admitted To Probate In Orphans Court Daughter Beneficiary Of Mrs. Rosenbanm; Others Get Bequests Three wills, were' admitted to probate this morning in Orphans' •ourt. ' . The will of Mrs. Bicka Kosen- jaum, widow of--Simon Rosenbaum, one.of the,founders of Rosenbaum Brothers Department .Store, named Wrs. Carrie Schiff of Baltimore, a laughter, as principal beneficiary and the latter obtained letters of administration of the estate. Mrs. Schiff posted bond of 520,000. Among the' bequests were a diamond bar pin and- ring to Mrs. Jsther . Rosenbaum, her. daughter- ii-law; a diamond wrist watch to Juth Lenore Rosenbaum. Goldblatt, ler granddaughter; a diamond ring to Cariyn Schiff,. a.'granddaughter; a diamond ring and diamond- bow pin to Mrs. Carrie: Schiff; a. 'wrist watch to-Mrs. Sophia Rosenbaum, a daughter-in-law. Bequests.of S500 each were made to the. -follp wing grandchildren: Augist Schiff, Cariyn Schiff, Huth Lenore Rosenbaum Goldblatt, Simon, Stuart and Ira Rosenbaum. The residue- of the estate was left to Mrs. Carrie'- Schiff. The late Morris' Rosenbaum, a son of the deceased, was'named, executor of the will made in 1932. He -was also listed as being an equal beneficiary with-Mrs. Schiff. The will of William Stewart, bailiff of the 'Trial Magistrates' Court here, was also admitted to probate. Stewart was fatally injured In. a motor car crash on the Mt. Savage Road December 8. John Stewart obtained letters of administration -for the estate. Agnes and Ranee Stewart, sister and brother of the deceased, were named beneficiaries of the estate. .Stewart Gunter was left a gold watch. The will of Sarah Beach, widow of ' John J. Beach of Frostburg names a daughter, Althea Yen- shaw, as executrix and beneficiary. Mrs.'Beach died August 13. Local Clubs Will Aid Yule Drive Salvation Army Fund Drive To Be Helped The drive of the Salvation Army for-Christmas activity funds .in this aera will be .intensified tomorrow when six local service organizations will man the Salvation Army kettles, according to Major Elmer Wall, commander. The organizations include the Exchange, Rotary, Kiwanis. Lions and Optimist clubs and the Junior Association of Commerce. that he shot Woddridge six times] They will man..the stations, on with a .32 calibre revolver as they stood along a lonely road three miles north of Warrenton. He then carried the body off the road and buried it in some leaves. The pair was cnroute to - Cincinnati where Woodridge was going to "sell Nolan two 38,000 automobiles." Prior to the slaying, Nolan robbed the Progressive Dry Cleaning Company, Arlington, where he had been employed, of $500 in cash. Nolan took Woodridge's new Cadillac convertible together with money and $1,900 in savings bonds owned by the victim and drove to Romney. • There his actions In business places and the flashing of a large roll of money led to his arrest by Set. H. R, Shields, o: the West Virginia State Police, and Chief of Police R. W. Daugherty of Romney. -He was extradited later to Virginia where authorities obtained a confession. ' - -' Nolan was also given a 20-year prison term on the robbery charges. Runaway Auto Damages Home An automobile bearing Maryland tags 484-847 and registered in the Baltimore Street between George and Machanic Streets. Two men from each club will serve one-hour shifts at the kettles and kettle house between 10 a. m. and 6 p.m. Major Wall said .each organiza- tiOjn is planning programs in connection with the drive. A similar one-day drive by'these organizations last year was credited with putting the Christmas fund drive "over the top." Major .Wall reported that 18S families have already applied to the Salvation Army_for Christmas groceries and toys arid that all but 23 of the applications have been cleared with other agencies. A sample grocery order or food basket which will be distributed to the families will include meat, cabbage, potatoes, onions, rice, sugar, coffee, a can each of tomatoes, milk, peas- and beans,bread,oleomargarine;-.candy and fruit. The amount and variety will depend upon- the size and needs of the family, Major Wall said. Generally speaking, early applications and families in outlying districts will receive grocery orders to be filled by food stores while baskets will -be distributed to late comers. Armstrong announce the t county line, tnree ana niles; Cherry Lane from o TT. S. Route 40, two ip'orted that elght.trucks last night cindering i the- mountains in the ortion -of... Washington 4eet Tonight Wolford Post- No. 1, 1 meet nl; 7:30- ••p.m. nt me on Baltimore Street. 5. session was postponed r activities. . '.. tile Pinzcl Road area. A temporary circuit between Cumberland and -Flintstone has been opened and complete restoration of service will be effected tonight, Smith reported. Circuits to Oakland are still out. Smith said Garrett county is one of the hardest'hit scetlons'in the area. Lines from Oakland to Accident and Friendsville have been repaired, Smith added. Thirty-eight lines and 101 sta- tion.l arc still -out of service In pj-ostburpt, Uic maimgui 1 ntuLcd, und 1C crews arc concentrating their work in that section. name of Robert W. Yonker, Flintstone, drifted away from the curb on Union Street last night and crashed against the home of Robert F. Mills, 210 Union Street. Officer J. Carl Stoufler, \vho Investigated, said minor damage was done to the car and house. The incident occurred at 9 p. m. an<i -the machine was .towed' to a local garage pending arrival of the owner. Arthur S. Bramble. Route 4, this city, notified police that Ks green four-door 1937 Bulck sedan was stolen ycKtcrdiiy about 3:2n p. in. from Canal Street in .the rear of the Times Office building. JLtl'f mti't A daughter was born Mrs. Claude King, 12 Street, Keyser, W. Va., ing in Memorial Hospita Mr. and Mrs. Clarea Paw Paw, "W. Va., an birth of 'a daughter la. AZlcgany Hospital. A son was- born to Mi Cecil R. Sampson, Route yesterday in' Memorial : Dr. and Mrs. William 1 75C Cleveland Avenue, a: birth of a daughter y Memorial Hospital. REBURIAL PLANNED — Ser-V •vices for Pfc. Robert B.'Broad-' •water, 26, former Kelly-Spring- • field Tire Company worker who lost his life in Europe during World .War H. will be held Sun- day'morning in New Germany Methodist.! Church in Garrett county. The body will be taken ' to the'Hafer Funeral Home upoi arrival here late this afternoon, West Virginia Flier Missing InNavyPlane Lt. Robert Trenton, TO Others Not Heard From Since Nov. 3 Lt. Robert Trenton, formerly of Petersburg, W. Va., has been reported missing off the- coast of Alaska on a Navy patrol plane flight on November 3. Lt. Trenton, a son of Mrs. W. D 'Yenton. Petersburg, was aboard a four engine bomber with Lt. Patf Barker, pilot, and a crew of. nine others when it took off from Kodiak, Alaska, on a' routine day electronics navigation flight'. • The ship proceeded' over Kodiak Island and Becharof Lake and out to sea over the Prlbilof. Islands The last hourly position report a1 3 p. m. gave the plane's location as 20 miles west of Port Moller -on the north shore- of the Alaskan peninsula on the return night to Kodiak. The next hourly report was not received and a search started a' 4:30.- The weather was good with 3,000 feet overcast and visibility 15 miles No storms or bad weather was reported, within 400 miles of the position. A search -was conducted for'sev- eral days but no trace of the -los' bomber was found. Lt.' Trenton was a graduate o: Petersburg High School, Class of 1937. In July, 1937, he enlisted in the -Navy and served until July 1941, He reenlisted 'after Pear Harbor in the Naval Air Force where he was advanced to chie machinist's mate. After serving in the South Pacific area, he was graduated from flight school at the Naval Air Station, Pensacola, Pla., where he received his wings, November, 1947 November, 1944, Lt. Trenton was married to Miss Virginia Itsen San Diego, Calif. They have been residing at Oak Harbor, Washington. 'CLUB OFFICERS INSTALLED—Pictured above""are the officers of the Cumberland Engineers Club who were installed at the Ladies •Night dinner Monday at All Ghan Shrine Club. Left to right they are J. R. Connelly, secretary; R, T. Bete, treasurer; W, J. Elvin, president and Roy W. Eves, vice president: A turkey dinner was served and a program was presented. HI. . .. The missing flier has four brothers David Trenton, Petersburg; Lt John Trenton,-U.S. Naval Hospital •Philadelphia; Paul Trenton, Blue field, W. Va., and Arthur- Trenton a student at West Virginia University, Morgantown. Twenty-One Deer Hunters Fined Four Pay S50 For Hunting After Kill Twenty-one hunters arrested fo violations during the deer seasoi- paid fines totaling 5570, it was an nouaced this morning by Regiona Game Warden Joseph A. Minke . Mlnke said four persons wer fined $50 each for hunting afte they had killed their legal bucl deer, and three others' paid th same amount on a charge of slaylni illegal deer. Fines of $20 each were imposed on 12 persons, including eight wash- Second Section -1 Gmble Backs r Byrnes Stand - 3n Delegates ~ Legislative Council" "' .''.'.'_ Reverses Self On' - Reapportioumeut. ,_; H" ' Although he said he opposes-the. jJll and will probably vote~agalnst.'. t when it comes up in the. General"' . Assembly, Senator Robert's. Kim-, ble (R.-Allegany).. yesterday made-it.. • possible for the LegJslative/'.Coundl ;o. reconsider .a measure .which, " would increase ; representation',,. ia, the House of--Delegates' for-Balti- 1 more City and the larger, counties; By a voice' vote-. the council.&p-. ..- jroved the proposal and "thus reversed Itself for the second.-.time. n 24 hours. • ',„„'."._.L , -About two. weeks ago the -council : gave' approval to the bill;which-3* • expected to Increase Allegany. count's representation.'Wednesday'the group changed its stand and-voted. ;o freeze Uje- General''Assembly' • make up. Yesterday it went baclt.tp •• supporting an increase. '~~_.'"".. ..'... Tribute.To Byrnes-;..'";. Senator Kimble voted against, the bill. Wednesday and'prefajced-^lus. remarks yesterday with a statement, ;hat he probably'would vote againss. t In the legislature.. .....•-.,->• . Te reminded other members lot' the council, however, that- much- had- been, said earlier of."the fair' . ; and. considerate manner in which. Senator Byrnes (D.-Baltimore City). iiad presided', as chalrman-of- the- council and'. that Senator, '.Byrnes nad been, unable to be present-when . Wednesday's vote was.taken. .. .... "Of all the proposals considered by the Legislative Council, .there lias been none closer to-the-heart of the chairman of the council, arid. . president • of the Senate than-the question of representation," ',.. he said. . . • •":: •:•:: Ee then offered' a motion,.tint "as a tribute'to the chairman,"-the councial reconsider the,-.,votr...by which the representation' i -'bill';"was recommitted to committee!™--,.—• Real Contribution'•"•-::;;,, , The motion.was seconded.by.Senv- ator Bolton., CD, Baltimore)i^Ta, strong advocate ' of the bill, ' who . said ."the Senator from. -Allegany. county Is making a real contribution/ to the State of Mary land' in- making. 1 '. • ' this motion."' -^ .'.- "• '^:"No one .has more'respect lor.thei... chairman of the council than.-X'I.' said Senator-Hoff (R-, Carroll), who had led opposition to the bill.yes- terday. . • • • • • • '• • •' - The measure —a constitutional^ amendment—would fix the-number ~"\ of seats in" the House at',125;,give .two- to each of the' counties 1 -.mud .-. each legislative district of Baltimore :, city and allocate the remaining- 67 seats on the basis of population.-.'" .'.There is little if any chance-that it 'will survive in the General "As-;-, sembly. •.:-'• '. •'" " - -• .-'• ., Today's' move apparently...took' most council members. by surprise... Following the 1 recommendation*. . ol its judiciary committee,-^the InH-V .-. council voted, in .favor. of. giving;. »v ; • new parole board the power-to-free- prisoners from Maryland' Jails..'!lt-i also approved a. companion bill iet-;_ ting up a seven-member prison, td-.-. visory board. , >* • :,. • • Opposed By Kimble .,'•-—~- - i Only opposition to the-Tneasares: : ",. came-from Senator Stanford»Hbff.' : .'. (R.-Carroll) -and Senator- Kimble.- : , HofT said 'he favored a proposal- •',. placing -parole authority in -the hands of a. single, lull-time depart-, ment director. . -" • ; .„ . Other bills approved- for-, consideration by the-legislature-,would: 1. Boost the salary, of-the Chief Judge of the Court of Appeals ..to $1(5,000 and the salaries of associate judges to $15,000. '- -'•-. "T 2. Pro-vide lor hospital-Jlcensins by. the boards of'health and'mental. • hygiene, • ••" ..-•-•. '.-.-' - - : . 3. Do away -with delays in the. disposition of, driving violation*. 4n. cases in which motorlsts-_have ap-. peal a license revocation." . 4. A number of bills for the care of injured and. stray dogs.. ...,'.. After ' the. meeting member* of the council Inspected the: renovated. State House and Court, of-Appeals building. . . .. ' . Log House Burns Near Lake Gordon Mother Awakened-By _ Choking Of Child^ : - on 12 pi!i-suL»,i*iwuuju 6 ii»t,«- ,,~-.. A six-room, log house I£ear.-I*ke ingtonians, accused of. bun ting with Gordon was destroyed by;fire;carly an improper license. Three more today after the choking, .soundsof paid fines for carrying loaded hlgl n t.i-irnn.«i«nr-nirt rhtlrt arouscd~hcr power ;-)flcs in. their automobiles The violations occurred, in both Al legnny and Garrett counties. . Taken before Magistrate Roy- S Bowman in Cresaptown, Joseph L. daughter, Clair Jean, awoke at,3:30 Meek, Seneca, Md., was fined S20 a m. for a drink of arid costs for hunting with an improper license. - Joseph A. Miller,- Klondike, paid a fine of $10- and costs for cutting a tree to dislodge a racoon, and William H. Thomas, also of Klondike, was fined the same amount on a charge of hunting raccon without a license. Magistrate James P. Kenney in Frostburg heard the cases. Moose Initiate Big Class Here A class of 75 candidates was Initiated last night by Cumberland Lodpe No. 271. L'oyal Order of Moose; at a meeting . attended' by approximately 225 members. . State's.Attorney-Morgan-C. Harris and Chief Boatswain Mate Edwin Rinner made short talks, as spokesmen for the class. Robert Irvin, Baltimore, regional director, addressed the class on principles, aims and purposes -of the Moose. He traced the. history of the order from 1906 to the present and stressed the outstanding work being done at Mobseheart and Moosehaver.. Other guests included Monroe Hartley. Baltimore,' assistant regional director; A. A. Hood, secretary of Keyser Lodge and Noble North Moose of Potomac Valley Legion of the Moose, and Raymond Gray, Prostburg,. vice president of the Maryland Border States Moose Association. Charles Peitie, governor^, .of Cumberland Lodge, presided during the ceremony. A shrimp feed followed the lodge session. child mother and they fled to safety..-.' The woman, Mrs, Martln'AiitlzaJc, whose husband works in-the City- Grill at MqKeesport, Pa.V sald : ;. her an hour later she heard--ttie~ girl choking and smelled smoke: "_'.•' ' Mrs. Antizak reported she.fought an hour to control the fire,"which originated. in the pantry -and -was apparently wind-fanned, before -she walked a quarter mile to- neighbors. Then David Burns hiked",,another half-mile to the residence orpavjd elites 'to summon firemen!" ' .. '. ..." The Bedford Road Volunteer-Hre. Department answered the""call"but.. the house, covered by sheet--rock and siding, was beyond savins. The loss,. according to-Mrs; -An- tlzak, is covered by insufahce-!.'She managed to salvage clothing,—a. ctfiar chest and sewing machine, before "She left the house-for-help.- Her husband was'in McKeesport at the time. ' ' SHOPPING-BAYS »CHRISTMAS- I gotta advantage over-you; at: Christmas, Doc. '-Four feet are better than:two, at'l stocking timei:;;.",:;. ,T.',

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