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.TWO -- THE DATLY MAIL, Hagerstown, Md. TrUtl, April 1, 1HS Tawes Backs Bill For Cooperation Between State, Federal Government WASHINGTON (AP) - Gov. Tpwes gave his support today (o t the proposed federal intergov- e r n m e n t a l cooperation act of 1965, saying it was vital to help solve "some of the problems now apparent in the relationships" among the different levels' of government. In a statement prepared for a hjjsjing before the Senate sub- c$umiUcc on intergovernmental; relations, the governor said his was concerned about the present slate of relations lie- .ween federal, stale and local governments. He said Marylandcrs arc increasingly calling "upon all levels of government to provide those services necessary to meet current problems and future needs." lie told the committee there must be "a higher degree of cooperation between I he stales and Washington" to provide the services. Local Obituaries s. Margaret Getridge *lrs. Margaret Carrie Get- rflgc, 85, widow of James Ftanklin Getridge, died at her home. 335 N. Potomac Street, Thursday. .'She was born in Caponbridge, \y. Va., and had resided in Hag- erslown 45 years, She was the daughter of the late Darius and Carrie (Alverson) Whitlock. Mrs. Gclndge was a member ot St. Paul's E.U.B. Church and Mrs. ' M a e Clopper Sunday School Class. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Mela E. Brown, llagers- lown; s o n , Offull Getridge, Kharpsburg; sister, Mrs. Bessie Wolford, Caponbridge, W. Va.; brothers, Russell Whillock and Harry Whitlock, both of D u n- dalk; 12 grandchildren; 27 grandchildren; 7 great great grandchildren and a number of nieces and nephews. Services will be at the Nor mant Funeral Home, Potomac Avc. Ext. (Lcilershurg P i k e ) Saturday al 2 p.m. with t h c Rev. Lester M. Kauffman officiating. Burial will be in Rest Haven Cemetery. Friends may call at the fu nerat home after 7 tonight. Mrs. Gertrude Spitzcr Mrs. Gertrude Ahnira Spit 2cr, 82, near Fnnkstown, widow of S. Fred Snitzer, died al the Washington County Hospital aft er a brief illness, Friday morn ing. She was the daughter of the late George W. and Ella (Mullendore) Kaelzcl of Gap land. She was a lifelong member ol the Church of the Brethren and a member of the Philathea Sun day School Class. She is survived by daughters, Mrs. Gladys Burger, D o v e r Del.; Miss Grace · B. Spilzer Washington, D.C.; Mrs. Joyce V. Knauff, Sharpsbnrg; s o n s Ilev. Lee F. Spitzcr, Arcadia, "nd.; Paul A., al home; Carroll ?'., Hagcrstown; C l a r k K., Pnnkstown; 13 grandchildren, 17 great - grandchildren^ sisters, Urs. Grace Reid, Newvillc, Pa.; Mrs. Ruth Dcener, Hyatlsville; Mrs. Fern Reed, Baltimore; brothers, Frank Kaelzel. Gapland; Jra Kaetzel. ( a p l a n d; Floyd Kaelzcl, Gapland; a n d Clifford Kactzcl, Brownsville. The body was removed lo the Funeral Home of A.K. Coffman where it can he viewed. Funeral services will be held al 2:15 p.m. Sunday from the Church of the Brethren by Hcv Doctor DcWilt L. Miller with burial in Rest Haven Cemetery Contributions may be made to the church of your choice. The family will meet friends at the funeral home Saturday from 7 to 9 p.m. Mrs. Km ma Howard Mrs. E m m a Crunklclon Bow ard, 80, 30H Summit Avc., widow of William Henry Bernard died at Washington County Hos pital 2 a.m. Friday. She was tarn in Frnnklin County, Pa., (he daughter of the late Jacob S. and Susan A m a n d a (Crunkle .on) Shindlc. She has resided in llagerslown mosl of her life. She was a member of I h e Church of the Brethren. S h e ivas the last surviving mem her of her i m m e d i a t e family. She is survived by sons, Gles- sncr C., Kenneth W., and Rob ert W., all of llagerslown; six grandchildren and a number o nieces and nephews also sur vivc. Funeral services will be hck at the Normcnt Funeral Home Potomac Avenue Ext. {Loiters burg Pike) al 1:30 p.m. Sun. day. Rev. Doctor DcWitl L Miller officiating with burial in Rest Haven Cemetery. Friends may call at the Nor men! Funeral Home after 7 p.m Friday. LIONS CLU3 TO SPONSOR HOME FURNISHINGS COURSE To aid in financing the work of its Sight Conservation Committee, The Lions Club of Hagcrstown is sponsoring a six lesson seminar course designed to he of special in- leTest to all men and women who desire lo become move knowledgeable about proper and correct home furnishings. Entitled "Understanding Your Home and Its Furnishings", the course will be conducted by Mr. Jack Nason Lindsey, AID. It is specifically designed to aceiuainl every home owner or apartment dweller, every prospective bride and groom, every do-it-yourself remodeller or anyone interested in an attractive home in "what goes with what." Mr. Lindsey. currently on the decorating staff at Maidstone, Inc. is thoroughly versed in this subject having done residential, commercial, church and marine decorating in Washington and Baltimore. He is a graduate of the National Academy of Art and the Academy of Lighting Arts. Four years as Chairman of Education for (he Maryland Chapter of the American Institute of Interior Designers led to the development of Ihis course. For Ihe past three years Ihis course has been successfully given, by Mr. Lindsey, at Shepherd College as a part of the College Adult Education Program. The six session! will be held at Franklin Court Auditorium from 7:00 P.M. to 9:30 P.M. on the following dates: Monday, April 19--"Preparing Your Plan and Arrangement." Monday, April 24--"The Use of Color and Lighting." Monday, May 3--"Floor Coverings and How To Use Them." Tuesday, May II--"Window and Wall Treatments." Monday, May 17--"Understanding Upholstered a n d Wooden Furniture." Monday, May 24--"Room Accessories" and general discussion. The fee for the entire course is ten dollars. All proceeds will accrue lo the llagerslown Lions Club. Mr. Lindsey, a member of the Club, is donating his services. In order for the course to be effectively done, registration will be limited to two hundred persons. The first two hundred lo be received will be accepted and all others will have their money refunded. To be assured of a place, clip Ibc coupon below, complete the form and send promptly with your check or money order to the address as shown. Your ticket will be forwarded by rcliirn mail. Make check or money order payable lo Hagerslown Lions Club. 'The enactment of this bill II be a f i r s t step in Ihis dircc on," he said. The governor addressed h i m elf particularly lo a section of le proposed legislation which 'oulil require all federal aid to o through a stale treasurer un- ss the stale designated some [her recipient. "This provision would end the ractice of channeling aid funds ireclly to the slate administrate agency," Tawcs said. Area Deaths Diibra Kay Stevens M A R U O W E , W. Va. --Dab- « Kay Slcvcns, seven weeks icd at the Washington County lospital at 7:15 p.m. Thursday tie was the daughter of Davit nd Margaret Lcuise (Jordan levens. Besides her parents, she i Lin'lvcd by paternal grand inrcnts, Mr. and Mrs. Wallc tevens, Marlowe, W. Va., am naternal grandparents, Mr. anc Irs. K a r l Jordon, Marlowe, W 'a, Graveside services will tic icld at the Harmony Cemetery icar Marlowe, W. Va., Saturday it 2 p.pi. with Rev. Wilbur Bel [ficialing. StilLwell L. Gordon WAJU'ORDSBURfi, I'a. - itillwell Linford Gordon, 77 lied at his home Thursday eve ing after a long illness. Born n Fulton County, Pa. be wa be son of the late John Wcs cy and Margaret E. (llarr ·nrdon. lie was a member of Damas us Christian Church and of Ih Necdmorc Odd Fellows Lodge. He is survived by one d a u g h cr, Mrs. Jda Golden, Warfords mrg, Pa.; one stepdaughter lrs, Mary Bishop, Big Cov 'annery, Pa.; foster son, Ken cth P i t l m a n , McConnellsburg 'a.; 13 grandchildren; f o u great - grandcbildrnc; brothers Cleveland II. Gordon, Big Cov Tannery, Pa.; Irvin W. Gordon lancoek, sisters, Mrs. M a m i Shoemaker, Big Cove Tannerj \i.; Mrs. Lucy Ebcrsolc, Han cock, Mel. Friends may call at the Grovi ''uncral Home, Hancock, Frida; ind Saturday evenings from 0 9. Funeral services will bo heli tt 2 p.m. Sunday at Anlioc' Christian Church with Kcvcrciv jharlen Pcrrin officiating wit burial in the church cemetery. The body will lie in slate a ,hc church one hour prior to th service. Merle V. Pyle WAYNESBORO, P.a. - Mcrl V. Pylc, 47, a former residen of Waynesboro, Pa., died at i.ni. Friday at The Valley Hos pital, nirigewootl, N.J. He ha leen confined to the hospital fo \vo days. Born in Waynesboro Pa., he was the son of the lal diaries R. and Hattie V. (Pro ,'ard) Pylc, He- had made his home a operated a cleaning establisl ment in Wayncsboro, Pa., unt 1950, when he moved to Ridge wood, N.J. He served in the U.S. Army in World War II. At the :ime of his death, he was employed by a cleaning firm in Ridgcwood, N.J. He is survived by a daughter, Mrs. David Rotz, Waynesboro, Pa.; brothers and sisters, Mrs. Leo Rodgcrs, York, Pa.; Mrs. Arthur Davis, Waynesboro, Pa.; Thomas N. Pylc, John W. Pylc. ind Harry E. Pyle, all of Hag- crstown; Raymond A. Pylc and Mrs. A r a m a t h a Staines, both of Wayncsboro, Pa. Funeral services will be held al 2 p.m. Monday from the ;irove Funeral Home, Waynes- oro, Pa., in charge of Pastor Glenn L. Slabl with burial in Green Hill Cemetery, Friends may call al the funeral home Sunday evening from lo n. Hofia Gives $25,000 To Dr. Martin Luther King CHATTANOOGA, Term. (AP) -- James R. Hoffa. Teamsters 'nion president, said today he ·ill not compromise in his gift f $25,000 to Dr. Martin Luther ing Jr.'s Southern Christian cadership Conference. The Chattanooga News-Free ress said in today's editions tat Hoffa made (he statement i a telephone interview with laff writer Julius Parker. Teamsters Local 515 of Cliat- anooga sent telegrams to Hoffa D protest his action Sunday at ic funeral of a slain civil righls ·orkcr. Hoffa gave King (he $25,000 heck "with no strings at- ached" at the funeral of Viola Iregg Liuzzo at Detroit, who ,'as killed last week in Lowndes !ounty, Ala. The Chattanooga Teamsters mingham. The News-Free Press quoted 'offa as saying from his Washington office: Letting The Neighbors Know The home of Vcrn Emter gives the word of what happened lo him in Vancouver, Wash. His daughters Vicki Lynn, nine; Lu Ann, eight; and Sandra Sue, six, helped letter the sign which went up yesterday. Emter is looking out the window. (AP Wirepholo) General Injured In Jump FT. BRAGG, N.C. ( A P ) -Investigators today sought the cause of a parachute jumping accident which left Brig. Gen. Joseph Stilwell, 53, with frac- .urcs of Ibc lower back, pelvis anel both heels. The general, commander of (he Army's John F. Kennedy llenler for Special Warfare, was istcd in serious condition after, surgery al Womack Army Hospital at Fl. Bragg. A spokesman said he was "doing well," considering the circumstances. lie also sustained bruises on the cbcsl and face Thursday during a free-fall jump -- sky (living in which opening Die parachute is delayed so the jumper comes down quicker. He is the son of the late Gen. Joseph (Vinegar Joe") Stilwell, commander of the United States forces in the China-Burma-lndia theater in World War II. The center trains Special Forces troops -- wearers of green berets -- and many of its graduates are serving as advisors in South Viet Nam. Gen. Stilwell, a 1833 graduate of West Point, took command of Ihe special warfare center last Feb. S, after being deputy com manrter since July, 1964. He served in China, Burma, and India during World War II. Marines, Navy Seabees To Aid In Construction WASHINGTON (AP) -- Use of Marines and Navy Seabees to guard and help construct foreign service buildings abroat vas approved today by the louse Appropriations Commit ce. The State Department hac ·equcsted the authority as a ·csult of recent discovery 01 secret listening devices in em jassy buildings in Moscow ant Warsaw, Poland. The "bugs' presumably had been installs luring construction of the build ings. The department will rcim burse Ihe Navy for use of the lorrowcd personnel. I N J U R E D - .Brig. Gen. Joseph Stilwell, above, commanding general of the Army's John F. Kennedy center for special welfare at Ft. Bragg, N.C., was seriously injured there yesterday in a parachute leap. He is Ihe son of the late "Vinegar Joe" Stilwell of World War II fame. ' (AP Wirephoto) President Says He Borrowed $100,000 To Pay Income Tax WASHINGTON ( A P ) - President Johnson says bis withholding lax was not enough to meet his income tax bills ot about $100.000 this year and he. had to borrow money to make payment. He brought up the subject of his taxes casually in a comment made al a While House ceremony Thursday marking the issuance of a "Crusade against Cancer" postage stamp. Later, asked to explain it at an impromptu news conference, the President said he owed about S100.000 for 1964 and as a first installment on estimated income for 19G5. Much of the tax-due money had been deducted from bis paychecks last year, he reported, but he said he borrowed a portion of the remainder in order to clear his accounts with Uncle Sam. The President gets a salary of $100,000 a year, but an expense account allowance boosts that I $150,000. President Johnson also has additional income from hi? private investments that are now in trusteeship. Mack Fire Truck On Display At Home Show The Antietam Fire Company's M a c k pumper will be on display al Ihe Home and Sports Show al the Fairgrounds Satur day afternoon from 2 lo f p.m. Children accompanied by their parents may have their photographs taken aboard the pumper with the compliments of Ihe M a c k plant in Hagers town, weather permitting. Five Over 100 Hold Licenses TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) -- A survey presented to the Road: and Highways Committee of Ihi Kansas House Thursday showcc five Kansans over 100 -- threi men and two women -- holi drivers' licenses. The slate has 1,361,279 li censed drivers. They include 51 over 90 and nearly 15,000 ove 80. The committee is considcrin; a bill to strengthen the licensin, law. PRAYER TODAY 0 Mighty God who bringet (he eternal spring in our hearts we praise thce for budding flow ers and growing green thing: Grant to us all a steadying sens of Ibc things thai matter mos Keep us from the pessimism o hopelessness and despair in world where things may loo dark and forbidding. Grant u courage and hope and a might faith to keep loving and work ing. May our consciences b stirred and our wills be move to repentance and to a renewe life of faith and devotion to th purposes. Lead each of us i his inmost thoughts, and decpe pur ability to listen as we wa in thy presence; through Jesu Christ, our Lord. Amen. --Lance Webb, Springfield, II inois, bishop, The Methodis Church. "The question of Martin Lu- lher King or the civil rights movement does not even enter into the question as far as the contribution is concerned. "I will not compromise on principles that I have had for years. This is no! in regard to while people or black people. It is a question of whether we will be deprived of our individual righls guaranteed by the Constitution. "If the righl to vote can be taken away from a person because of a color, Hie right of a union member to vote or to participate in union affairs can also be taken away." Asked if the request for a refund to Chattanooga would be honored, the .newspaper said Hoffa replied, "Not a chance. If ontribution be rclurncd. Simi- sked that their portion of the they want lo complain, they are welcome to appear before the ar protests were made by other executive board, ocals, including the one in Bir- "The action I took was approved by the board and the check was signed in behalf of Ihe International Teamsters Union." NEWS Briefs DENTON, Md. (AP)--Caroline County's school superintendent says the county will abandon its all-Negro schools over a five-year period beginning in the 1966-67 school year. Wilbur S. Hoopcngarelncr, the superintendent, said all Negro first graders would be removed from all-Negro schools next year and transferred to schools that now are predominantly while. He said Ihe changeover would be completed by 1971. Hoopengardner said teachers also would be inlegraled. Exhaust May Smell Like Rose HALEDON, N . J . (AP)--Their buses may not smell like roses, but officials of the Associated Bus Co. say there is no question they give off a floral fragrance. Last week the company began spiking ils fuel with a chemical additive to kill the smell of exhaust fumes which filled Ihe firm's garage. Now the place smells like a flower shop, according to the company president, Anthony Sebastian. Sebastian says Ihe big advantage will be in the hot weather when the fragrant exhausl .fumes hit the people in the street. Dismal Swamp Farm Planned CHESAPEAKE, Va. (AP)--An agent for the combine of farmers that bought 100,000 acres of the Great Dismal Swamp in February says they plan to create the "Bread Bowl of the East." Real estate agent Irving M. Greenberg of Cranbury, N. J., represented Atlantic Farms-Joint Ventures, Inc., in buying 100,000 acres of peal bog and tidewater plain in Virginia and North Carolina. The seller was American Land Co. Greenberg said Thursday his associates plan first to develop their Carolina-Virginia holdings for small grains--wheat, rye and soybeans. Market Shows Higher Trend NEW YORK (AP)--The stock market showed an unevenly higher trend early today in fairly active traing. The lisl was tolstcred by gains of around a point by du Pont, Xerox and Union Carbide. All Big Three motors showed plus signs, but their gains couldn't be thinner. Steels were narrowly mixed. Rails nudged ahead slightly, with New York Central, Santa Fe and Illinois Central small gainers. I United Artists, still helped by reports thai its film, "Goldfinger," will be a historic moneymaker, rose 'A to 4234 on a block of 4,000 shares. Baldwin - Lima - Hamilton, yesterday's most-active gainer, rose '/4 to 181* on blocks of 12,000 and 6,500 shares. Mesabi Trust was unchaged at 14 on a block of 16,000 shares. Action was contradictory among the savings - and - loans, First Charter Financial losing 'A at 22 on 2,000 shares while Great Western Financial gained % at 5.000 shares. Read The Daily Mail Classified Ads. Mail To: John A. Schiffer, Vice President Kagcrslown Lions Club . 134 Potomac Avi. Htgerstown, Maryland I Enclosed find : · Ticket (s) To Home Furnishings Course Sponsored by Hagtrstown Lions Club Pleast Mail Ticket Is) Ta: Name Address Telephone Make Check or Money Order Payable to: Hagerstown Lions Club Refunds will be made after registration reaches 200. DO NOT SEND CASK BOSTONIAN FLEX-O-MOCS MEET BOSTONIAN'S SEWING CIRCLE... Thais Marc Grondin down front. He and his "sewing circle" meet every morning at 7:00 A.M. Monday through Friday. Year after Year. They pull and tug and form the leather until it is perfectly shaped. They handsew the front seams with hundreds of lock stitches . . . stitches that stay locked for the life of the shoe. These Bostonian "sewing machines" bring you the World's finest fit... . sewn in by hand! Come pick YOUR pair ... Today! BOSTONIAN FLEX-O-MOCS from 15 N. Potomac St. Phone RE 9-0700 Monday thru Thursday f ta 5 -- Friday « to « -- Sat. t to 5 Resists Trampling, Exceptionally Hardy 10-19 B R A N ALFALFA You can leave 10-19 Brand down as long as you like. It's a combination of proven winter- hardy, wilt-resistant alfalfas. WES-GRO® processed to reduce hard seed for quicker, surer, more uniform stands. 10-19 Brand NOCU- LIZED® seed comes already inoculated and ready to plant. See us today for N o r t h r King's high-yielding 10-19 Brand. AT ANY STANFORD SEED DEALER LISTED: KAGERSTOWN Martin'* Elevafor/lnc. 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