Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 7, 1962 · Page 24
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Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, November 7, 1962
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TWENTY-FOUR Births EVENING -TIMES,- CUMBERLAND,MD., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1962 " ' . Dial 722-4600 for a WANT AD Taker ·ALDERTON-Mr. and Mrs. John £ R., 407 Pulaski Street, a son - yesterday in Memorial. XONG - Mr. and Mrs. Bernard '·. RD 1, Valley Road, a daughter ;"· yesterday in Memorial. -RODE -- Mr. and.Mrs, Jerome, 208 Laing Avenue, a daughter yesterday in Memorial. Republicans (Continued from Page 17) licans. Only Del. W. Dale Hess survived. , Anne Arundel County elected a Republican senator for - the first time since 1898. But popular three- term Sheriff Joseph W. Alton, who won the seat vacated by veteran Democrat Louis N. Phipps, was unable to take any Republican deleg: t"i with him. . Other Republican senators elect- ed were incun.bents Harry T. Phoebus of Somerset and Edward T. Hall of Calvert, and JrLn A. DC.T, former mayor of Frederick who defeated . Democratic Del. Charles Sme!:er. Baltimore County gave all.of its expanded 13-t.icmber house dele- gation to Democrats and reelected Sen. James A. Pine, the majority floor leader of the senate. Democrats won in the Eastern Shore races which had not yet been reported. Baltimore elected a solid Dem- ocratic delegation of six senators and 39 delegates. Prince Georges reelected Democratic Sen. H. Win- ship Wheatley Jr. and have Dem- ocrats in all JO of its house seats. , We make beautiful Draperies and Slip Covers Bring your decorating problems to us. Worhaffs 43 Baltimore St. Phone PA 4-1740 PRESCRIPTIONS Are Compounded Precisely Al -- MEDICAL ARTS PHARMACY W. Grv« Plaid Slampi Fre» Wilh Each Purchaje! 29 S. CENTRE ST. DIAL PA 4-3739 Garrett Judge (Continued from Page 17) Helen Baumgarfaer (D) 2,188 Leslie Savage (D) ...-. 2,147 COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Alien S. Paugh (R) . . . . 3,774 H. D. Swartzentruber (R) 3,307 Earl Opel (D) 3.192 Clifford Friend (R) . . . . 2,977 Joseph Hinebaugh (D) 2,631 Bernard Guy (D) 1,866 SHERIFF James E, Franlz (R) . . 4,215 REGISTER OF WILLS Vernie R. Smouse (R) 3,466 Fannie P. Sullivan (D) . .2,376 CLERK OF COURT Richard L. Davis (R) . . 3,774 COUNTY TREASURER Joseph H. Welch (R) .'..4,482 Delmas Sanders (D) ....1,382 ORPHANS COURT Roy C. Turney R) 3,576 Truman C. Bittinger (R) 3,359 Ellsworth G. Moon (R) ..3,220 Orville Rush D) 1,999 H. M. Weeks D) . . . . . . . 1 , 8 9 1 Osborne-Tasker (D) . : . . . 1,802 COUNTY SURVEYOR F. R. Corliss'Jr. (R) ...3,736 Report Slated On Water-Seiver County Plan IS Many Allegany County groups and individuals wili attend a meeting. at City Hall today at :30 p. m. "to hear an open re- )ort by ' the City-County Water- Sewage Commission. The commission created at the cquest.of Mayor Ear! D. Chancy o determine a county-wide pro- ram is he added by William A. )ouglas. Douglas informed Ihe Mayor nd Council Monday that the com- mission has a plan and must get ction on it. · Virginia Avenue PTA Will Meet ·The Parent-Teacher Association f Virginia Avenue School will meet tomorrow at 7:30 p. m. at he school. The program will eature a talk by, J. Goodloe "ackson, president of the Allegany Counly Board of Education. The executive committee will meet at 6:30 p. m., and room visi- ation is scheduled for 7 p. m. Refreshments will be served. lonie From Hospital WESTERNPORT -- A r t h u r Peters, Main Street, is home from Potomac Valley Hospital, where he was a medical patient. Old fashioned SMALL CURD pttage Cheese Fresh And Delicious Al YOUR FAVORITE STORE Obituary Home, Decatur Street, friends will : be received (Continued from Page 17) C. Morgan, LaVale; two/brothers, Charles E. McFarland, Fort Pierce, Fla.; and John B. Me- FarSand, city; fptir sisters, Mrs. Sue McFarland,' Washington, D. C.; Mrs. Maude McFarland, city; Mrs. Pearl Hale and Mrs. Jane Twigg, both of Hazen Road; arid a number pf nieces 'and nephews. The body is at the Kight Fu- neral where rom 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Services will be conducted Fri- day at 2 p. m. in the First Church of the Nazarene by Rev. James H. Bqggs, pastor. Interment will be in Hillcrest Burial Park. LAYMAN SERVICES FROSTBURG -- · Services . f o r Emory H. Layman, 67, of here, who -died yesterday in Miners iospital, wili be conducted Friday at 2 p. m. at the Durst Funeral ·tome. Rev. Carlton M. Harris will, offi- MRS. RUSSELL KLEIN, Mrs. Anna E. Klein, . 70, rear of 412 Chestnut Street, ' died yes- terday in Memorial Hospital. . A native pf Cumberland she was a Daughter' of the late Henry and Mary (Hafer) Ruehl. Her- hus- band, Russell Klein, preceded her in death. , She 'was a member of Zion United Church of Christ. . Survivors include two sons, Henry Klein, Plainfield, N. , J., and. Frederick KJein, Hagerstowh; a sister, Mrs. "Gottfeib. Riiesch, Metuchin, N. J. ; a grandson, Frederick Klein Jr., Hagerstown, and a number of nieces and nephews. The body is at the Hafer. Fu- neral Home where' friends will be received today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p..m. A service will be conducted to- morrow . at 2 p. m. at the funeral home. Rev. George Alfred Hazen, JOSHUA, J. MUNSON LbNACONING^-Joehua-J. Mun- son, 84, a resident of Pekin, died yesterday, at Miners Hospital, pastor of Zion Church of ciate and interment · will be in Sunset Memorial Park. DR. CHARLES MAHAN MORGANTOWN -- Services for Dr. Charles Samuel Mahan, 54, vho died Monday night at the West Virginia .Medical Center, will be conducted tomorrow at 11 a. m. at the Davidson Funeral lome. Rev. John'W. Doane will offi- ciate and interment will be in the) Sast Oak Grove Cemetery. Dr. Mahan resided at 8 Charles- on Avenue, and spent consider- able time at his cottage on Deep ~)reek Lake for the past ten years. He had been a practicing physi- cian in Morgantown for the · past 20 years and practiced · in Mt. Morris before coming here. " A native of Follansbee he was in 1908 a son of'the'late John S. and Mary (Richey)' Mahan. He was a member of the Ameri- can Medical Association, West Virginia Medical Association, a 'ounding fellow of the American College of Obstetrics and Gyne- cology and the West Virginia So- ciety of Obstetrics and Gynecolo- gy, the International Fertility As- sociation, Lambda Chi Alpha'so- cial fraternity. Nu Sigma Nu fra- Christ, will officiate, and inter- ment will be in Greenmount Cem- etery. ernity, the Elks Club and Deep Creek Yacht Club. the Survivors include Mary C. Mahan; his widow, two sons, Charles S. Mahan, a medical stu- dent at Northwestern University, and David Campbell Mahan, and a brother, Byron R. Mahan, Cor- pus Chrisli, Tex. ROBERT C. YOST WESTERNPORT -- Robert C. Yost, 69, of 82 Main Street, died this morning at his home after uffering a heart attack. Mr. Yost was a public account- ant ,in Piedmont. The body is at the Boal Funeral Home here. Equity Suits Filed Two new equity suits have been :iled in Allegany. County Circuit Court. The bills of complaint were titled Shirley H. Merica vs. Irvin C. Merica and William A. Spruill vs. Elva Catherine Spruill. A T T E N T I M O T H E SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO. Sears Presents By Popular Demand! ROGOZINSKI Nationally Known Child and Baby Photographer Last 3 Days! Thurs.-Fri.-Sat. ONE BEAUTIFUL SILVERTONE 11 x 14 PORTRA|T MRS. CONNELL KING OAKLAND--Mrs. Maude King, 71, widow of Connell King, RD 2, Swanton, died yesterday in Gar- rett County Memorial Hospital where she was admitted earlier in the day. Born at Swanton, she was a daughter of the late Aaron and Virginia (Pyle) Pritts. Mrs. King was a member of Meadow Moun- tain Lutheran Church and Moun- tain Glade Homernakers Club. Surviving are two sons, Donald King, .Laurel, and Ralph King, Oakland; three brothers. Arthur Pritts,, Oakland; Edward Pritts', Meyersdale, and William Prills, Brownsville, Pa.;; two sisters, Mrs. Susie Yommer, -Jennings, and Mrs. Emma Bickford, Swan- ton, seven -grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. The body is at the Minnich Fu- neral Home where friends- will be received today from 7 to 9 p. m. and tomorrow from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m. VISTA C. MICHAEL WESTERNPORT -- Vista Cur- :is Michael, 59, formerly of here, Jied yesterday morning at his iiome in Salem, W. Va. He was born May 24, 1903 a son of the late Horace and Mary (Faz- enbaker) Michael. Survivors include his widow, Dorothy ( L a w ) Michael; a daugh- ter, Martha Kay Michael, at home; two sisters, Mrs. Jesse V Clark and Mrs. Garland L. Grove, both of Westernport, and four bro- thers, Walter, Edward Sr., Phil- lip and Elzie Michael, all of here The body is at a New Salem Funeral Home and services wit be conducted there Friday after noon. Burial will be in New Salem. MRS. G. CLEVE ROBISON Mrs. Mary Edith Robison, 73 wife of G. Cleve Robison, Bedforc Road, died last night in Memoria Hospital where she was admitted Saturday. Mrs. Robison had been in failing health a year. Born at Cresaptown, she was a daughter of the late Daniel and Margaret (Plummer) W i n t e r s . Twice married, she was preceded in death by her first husband, Reed Dicken. Mrs. Robison was a member'of Central Assembly ol God Church. Surviving, besides her husband are two sons, John Dicken, this city, and Charles. Dicken, Mans- field, Ohio; four daughters, Mrs. Walter Gerlach, LaVale; Mrs. Joseph Logsdon, Valley Road; Mrs. Kelly Bonner, Aliquippa, Pa., and Mrs. John Martin, Balti- more; two brothers, Albert Win- ters, city, and ^Wilbur Winters, Frostburg; five sisters, Mrs. Peter Hughes,* city; Mrs. Lavina Dicken, Bowman's Addition; Mrs. Bruce Twigg and Mrs. Myrtle Hite, both of Cresaptown, and Mrs. John Phillips, Frostb'urg. and nine grandchildren. . ' The body is at the George Fu-| neral Home where friends will be j received today from 7 to 9 p. m. and tomorrow from 2 to 4 and 7 ' to 9 p. m. Columbia (Simons) Munson. His wife, Eliza (Jackson) Munson, veceded him in death. Surviving are two' daughters, Mrs. Leroy Tomlison. Frostburg, and Miss Daisy Munson, Pekin; :hree sons, Lester Munson, Pekin; Welvin Munson, Lonaconing, and Virgil Munson, Baltimore; one sister, Miss Daisy Munson, .Han- cock; and three brothers, Jacob, Dharles, and John Munson,- all of Hancock. .The body is at the Eichhorn ?\ineral Home where friends will be received today from 7 to 9 p. m. and tomorrow from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m. Services will be conducted Fri- day at 2 p. m.-at the funeral home y Rev. Charles FusselJ and inter- ment will be in Laurel Hill Ceme- ery, Moscow. MRS. EZRA R. KESNER MOOREFIELD -- Mrl Edith -f. Kesner, 73, died Tuesday at ler home here. 'rostburg. Bom in son of Hancock, he the late John W. Va. Democrats Win Four Congress Seats . . ' · : · O , By J. RICHARD TOKEN CHARLESTON, W. Va. (UPD- West Virginia Democrats "retained was four of their Congressional seats and in Tuesday's voting" but lost ."the one that meant the most as vet- eran Congressman Cleveland Bail- ey, came, to the end of a long political trail. Bailey, dean of the House dele- gation with eight terms to his credit and second - ranking menv ber of the House Education and Labor Committee, was swamped by Republican Arch A. Moore Jr. in the climax of a torrid 1st Dis- trict campaign. While incumbent Moore knock- ed off incumbent Bailey -- they wound up in the same district under the 1961 Redistricting Act --the other four incumbent Dem- ocrats won new House terms with : ease. They were Harley 0. Stag- gers in the 2nd District, John M. Slack Jr. in the 3rd, 'Ken Hechlci in the 4th and Mrs. Elizabeth Kee in the 5th. First District returns from 643 of 673 precincts gave Moore 94,- 305 and Ba'iley 64.772; 2nd 501 of 541 precincts -- Staggers 79,706: Benedict 48,593; 3rd 476 of 486-- Sfack 72,237 Guthrje 45,914; 4th, 518 of 575 --Hechler 76,063 Pin- son 55,472; 5th, 401 of 420--. Kec 56,263 Crockett 20,426. Born at Kline, she was a'daugh- .er of the late Amby B. and Mary Ellen (Black) Ward. Surviving are her husband, Ez- ra R. Kesner; two daughter, Mrs. Daniel Kimble, Keyser, and Mrs. Evelyn Greenawalt, of here; two sisters, Mrs. Mary Meadows, Up- per Tract, and. Mrs. Hendron Lara Lough, Brushy Run; one brother, Glenn S. Ward, Upper Tract; one niece and seven grand- children. · · The body is at the Thrush Fu- neral Home. A service will be held tomor- row at 3 p. m. at Mt: Horeb EUB Church, 'Mozer. Pastor Nellie Kight, assisted by Rev. Edward Null and R. C. Lymnburner will officiate, and interment will be in the Ward Family Cemetery, near Kline. MRS. WALTER MILLER MOOREFIELD -- Mrs. Roxie May Miller, 32, of Needmore, died Monday in Winchester Memorial Hospital, Winchester, Va. Born in Moorefield, she was a daughter of Charles B. and Vir- ginia .Catherine (Whetzel) Hel- mick. Surviving are her husband, Wal- ter I. Miller; three'sisters, Mrs. Harry Connell, Arizona; Mrs. James Lee, Gerrardstown, and In the only statewide political race, Democrat Fred H. Caplan won a six-year unexpired term on the State Supreme Court over Re- publican Circuit Judge Max De Berry. The vacancy, which Cap- lan has been filling by appoint- ment, was created by the death last May 11 of Judge Leslie E Given. Republicans scored some suc- cesses in legislative contests, cap- turing two State Senate seats from the Democrats and apparently in- creasing their slim House repre- sentation. Del. Chester R. Hubbard, Wheel- ing Republican, was elected to the Senate-to fill the seat being va- cated by Democrat Arch Riley, and newcomer V. K. Knapp of Hurricane, Putnam County, turn- ed back the bid of Sen. Paul R. Moore, D-Jackson, for a second four-year term. The two added seats will give the .GOP nine in the 1963 Senate compared with 23 Democratic seats. Moore's election, despite one of the most determined campaigns ever conducted for a House seat in West Virginia history, put him in line to seek the governorship two years hence if he is inter- ested in that race. He may also consider challenging . Sen. Robert C. Byrd whose term expires in 1964. Staggers, wno will become the dean of the-.slate's delegation in. Mrs. Ivan Hott, Kirby; six bro-jCongress when Bailey leaves ini thers, Earl A. Helmick, RockiJanuary, won his eighth straight! Qak: Junior, Leroy, Darvin, Jer-jterm by an 8-to-5 margin o v e r ' ry G. and Gary R. Helmick, a ll! Lewisbu rg cattle grower Cooper! o f Rio. : . . . Mineral GOP Head Elected:, Will Resign KEYSER -- Mineral County Republicans retained a county of- fice but lost a county chairman in yesterday's election. James A. Dixon was reelected clerk of Mineral County Circuit Court, but he announced today that he plans to resign as chair- man of the-county GOP organiza- tion, a post he has held since 1948. Dixon said he would call a county party meeting within two weeks to tender his resignation and allow party members an op- portunity to select a new chair- man. Citing the burden of duties as court clerk, Dixon opined that a younger man in the job would Benefit the party. Stitcher, (Continued from Page 17) Name Society of the church and Aerie 245, FO Eaglef, His first wife, Hetene (Ricel Stitcher, died in'October of 1940. Survivors include his widow, Evelyn (Hockmah) Stitcher; .four daughters, Mrs. William B, Nies; Rock.Hill, S. C.; Mrs. George Silberzahn and Mrs: William Deangler, both of Baltimore, and Miss. Margaret Ann Stitcher, at home; five sons, Joseph H. Stitch- er, Gardena, Calif.; John H, Stitcher Jn, stationed with Uie Air Force at .Patrick Air Base'.^ Fla.; Charles W., Thomas'R. and David A. Stitcher, all at home; brother, P. Frank Stitcher, Cumberland; two sisters, Miss Dorothy Stitcher, and Mrs. Ellen Riley, both of Cumberland, and 16 grandchildren. -The body is at the George Fu- neral Home where the family will receive friends today from 7 to 9 p. m. and tomorrow and Friday from 2 to 4 p. m. and 7 to 9 p. m. The LaSalle Mothers Club will recite the Rosary at the funeral home tomorrow at 8 p. m. Members of the Holy Name Society of St. Patrick's will recite the Rosary on-Friday at 8 p.m. at the'funeral home. Voters Place (Continued from Page 17) electorate of Maryland gave us," Tawes said in victory. "I pledge to .do my dead level best to give the state a good administration during the next four years." Tawes said he considered his triumph "proves conclusively that the people of Maryland -like politi- cal campaigns based on issues and that's what we did." Tawes had ignored mostly Small's . charges against his ad- ministration questioning its integ- rity. The Democratic governor had stuck to pointing to what he called accomplishments of his first four- year term and talking about ex- perience. "We fought a good fight with no money and I think we won a moral victory," said Small. "I will support the administration as long as it is right." ' \ HAROLD'S Kitchen and Furniture Manufacturers ELIERSLIE, MD. Manufacturer] of Cuslem Birch Kitcheni and Poitfoim Formica Topi. Phone PA 2-2897 Building a new home or plan to remodel your k i t c h e n or bathroom? B e t t e r stop and see us for the latest in ideas and materials. Now Open on Saturdays For Your Canvanitnca [Benedict. The body is at the Thrush Fune-j Elected to third terms by about 3-to-2 majorities were Slack, over ral Home. A .service will be conducted to- morrow at 10:30 a. m. in Newdale Church of the Brethren, near Needmore: Rev. Wendell Mathias will officiate, assisted by Rev. M. G. Guthrie of Charleston, and Hechler, over Clyde Pinson of Huntington. Hechler also defeated Pinson in 1960. Mrs. Kee,' of Bluefield, the only John Litton. Interment will be jn; w °rnan ever elected tci~Congress the Newdale Cemetery. MRS. ELLA P. WALSH Mrs. Ella Printy Walsh, ;from West Virginia, had the easi- time of all in trouncing J. S. a i Crockett of Welch by nearly 3-to-l. native of Allegany County, diedlT h e Democrats registered major- in Jamaica Plain, Mass. Born-at Vale Summit, she wasj 1113 " 3 - to ' 1 - - a daughter of the late John and Mary (Dailey) Printy. Survivors include a son, John! Walsh, Jamaica Plain, and a ; niece, Mrs. .Mary Harbaugh, this; city, who flew to Boston for the services and interment. |ity in the 5th District is better SPECIAL NOTICE Telex Hearing Center will be .open. 9:30 to 5 Monday through Friday. Saturday 9:30 to 1 Evenings by appointment only. TELEX HEARING CENTER 30 North Centre St., Cumberland, Md. Phone 722-8060 Supper Scheduled FROSTBURG--An old fashioned ! sauerkraut supper will be held at Salem United Church of Christ, Broadway tomorrow from 5-8 p.m. BRING ALL THE KIDDIES 49 Semi-Life Size PER CHILD Beg. ?7 .95 Value. Full Selection of Poses 9 Groups up to -I Children All Work Guaranteed · Limit 1 to Subject 9 No Appointments Necessary SEE PHOTOS NOW ON DISPLAY "Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Back" · Mon. ·Thur. ·Fri. 9 AM lo 9PM Tue. - Wed. - Sat. 9 AM to 5 PM 179.Baltimore St. School traffic safety patrols pf the U. S. are manned by 770,000 boys and girls. Alexander and Weber, Inc. 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