The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on January 23, 1958 · Page 16
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SIXTEEN .TUB M(|RMING,HERAiD, HAGERSTOWN, MARYLANn THURSDAY, JANUARY'23, !l»58 Enrollment Still Possible In CD Rescue Course Here This coming Monday evening will' oe the deadline for locil persons to enroll in Hie Civil Defense rescue course being held under the sponsorship of the Community Rescue Service. The course, a scries of 14 three-hour classes, is being held at the Community Rescue Service headquarters, on East Franklin Street Extended. Chief Carl J. Myers of the rescue organization is the instructor. Actually, the CD rescue course got underway two week; ago, but certification for com plction of the course is given for/ attending at least 12 of the 14'sessions, held on consecutive Monday evenings. Persons attending this coming Monday's class for the first time will DC able to qualify for a certificate if they are not absent from any of the succeeding train sessions Late cnrollccs will be briefed on the material covered in the fir'sl two classes, most, of which was of an orientation nature. Chief Carl Myers became ; certified CD rescue instructor after attending the Nationa Rescue School of the Fedora Civil Defense Administration, a Olney, Md. The rigorous train ng'given.at Olney Includes «x ensive rescue work under simulated disaster conditions, us n g s p e c i a l l y constructed bombed" buildings' on the school's "Disaster Street." The course requires future rescue nstructors to prove their mettle under every possible emergency :onditton, from fire and flood o tornado and demolition. I also trains instructors to be ac qainted with every .piece u: equipment on (he "Calamity Jane"--the nickname given to specially outfitted Civil Defense rescue trucks. So far, 25 men are enrolled in he current CD rescue course but more can be accommodal ed. Enrollment is also open l ivomen, although a separate course for women may b planned in the future. In Bal timore County, an all-women rescue team--composed of teen agers, housewives and granc mothers--has been active sine 1953. Persons wishing to enroll fo the current or future Civil De fense rescue courses may lear. further details by tclephonin. (he Community Rescue Service at RE 3-1112. Klan Leader Posts Bond LUMtiERTON, N.C., Jan. 22 I --The Rev. James Cole, Carolines Ku Klux Klan leader, took the first step today in what appeared to be a fight against facing North Carolina charges of inciting a riot The South Carolina preacher posed $1,000 bond at his home town ot Marion, S,C. It oppeam that an exlradition hearing would be necessary to gel him back here [or trial on charges stemming from Saturday night's batlle be (ween Klansmen and Lumbee Indians near Maxton. A, Klan rally headed by Cole broke up -before it started am Playground Officers Picked Gr«nc«stl« -- T h e a n n u a mecling of the King Playgroun Association was held recently i he First National Bank whe all four officers were relurne lo their posts: William 0. Shu man, president; P. C. Lehman vice president; B. S. Whitmor secretary, and W. Harry Gillan treasurer. Mrs. James R. Mar and Mrs. Paul W. Zeger wer named to three-year terms o the board of directors. The officers and directors nominated by a commiUee headed by Paul R. Fousl. Eighteen members of the association attended the session. (Continued from Fogt 20) hurch. She was a former res! ent of Gapland, but had been resident of Baltimore for the ast 30 years. Surviving a r e : daughters, Irs.. Marjorle Gutfleisch, Balmore; and Mrs, Marion Trip- ett, Glen Burnie; son, Thomas Miller, Baltimore; three randchildren; and a sister, Irs. George Harrison, Balti- lore. Funeral services were con- ucted from the Wm. Cook-Fuera! Mansion in Baltimore, on londay by her pastor, (he Rev. farry L. Paff. Interment was made in Mooreland Memorial Cemetery, Baltimore. Jicob M. Ccrbttt Jacob Jliddlecoff Corbell died \iesday at the home of his niece, Miss Rebecca Leaman, Germantown, Md. He was the husband of the ate . Alice Eleanor (Leaman! lorbelt and the son of the late ilr. and Mrs. Abraham Corbelt Funeral services will be helc Thursday at the Gartner Funeral Home, Gaithersburg. In erment in Rose Hill Cemetery Hagerstown. 'gathering Klansmen were dispersed by Indian gunfire. Meanwhile, a second Klansman 'drew a suspended 60-day sentence and a $60 fine at Maxton before a'ri Indian judge for carrying a concealed weapon and for public drunkenness. Asst. Recorder's Court Judge Lacy Manor , quietly lectured James Garland Martin of Reids- villc, N.C. 1 , as he gave .him a 60- day suspended sentence and lined him $60 and court cols. ' Martin--along with the South Carolina preacher, Cole -- still faces 8 charge of inciting to a riot in connection wilh the Maxton rally. President Shuman was absent due lo illness. The president's cpprt, read by vice president Vhitmore, described the past ear as one of the most success- ul in recent years. Work of reconditioning the [rounds, planting of shrubbery ml grass, painting of the band heller, bleachers and grand- land, the addition of new bench- s in the park, the re-survey and egrading of the baseball diamond and the ploughing and ecding of (he Karnaugh plot vere items accomplished during lie past year; The report of Fred C. Kaley, At Marion, the 33-year-old Southern Free Will Baptist Church preacher posted $1,000 bond in fighting extradition lo North Carolina to face trial. Martin, who said he was "through" with (he Klan, paid his fine and likewise posted $1,000 bond pending trial on the riot charge. supervisor, indicated the playground opened June 12 for 12 weeks of supervised recreation; The past season saw an in crease in the amount of craf vork, a new volleyball courl marked off and special events hold throughout (he season. The season closed with Romp- ir Day on August 23. Approximately 450 boys and girls at- ended. A report by Treasurer Gillan ndicated total receipts for the ear in the amount of $4,213,85 nd expenditures amounting lo S3.853.99. Anti-Missile Defenses In If. S. Progress WASHINGTON, Jan. 22 WV-Ex- celient progress loward the development of two weapons to destroy enemy missiles was report- - . cd Wednesday by Maj. Gen. Rob- arul * · M - Smith, director. The Antrim Township School oard, at ils re-organization meeting elected Merle-E. Shank' 1 ihady Grove as president; Wai-' crKcrshner, vice president; Eldon Coldsmith, s e c r e t a r y ; Charles Baumbaugh, treasurer, ert J. Wood, the Army's deputy chief for research and development. Wood disclosed that: 1. Components' for the anlimis sile Zeus, designed to intercep long-range ballistic missiles, are now In being. Previously the De fense Department has said only that the Zeus is under development. 2. Another antimissile callc Plato is being developed for use in the field, in defense of our fielc armies. Up to now the Pentagon has said only thai Plato antimis iile is under development, withou disclosing ils intended use. Wood, in a speech prepared fo a meeting of Army's Medica Scryice Corps at nearby Ft. Myer Va., said the Zeus is the answe 10 the intercontinental ballistic missile. "Components of Zeus are no« In being and the complete system 11 under development," he said "We shall then be ahie-it we must--to parry the ICBM with fa.lal punch." Wood said the Plato missile sys tern will make use of some com ponenls of the Zeus missile sys tern, and will be just as effective in its own area of operations. "While most information on th Plato and Zeus systems is slil classified, I can assure you tha we are making excellent progrcs In both phases of our anlimissii missile research ment," he said. and develop- Special School Levy Approved In Charles Town CHARLES TOWN, W. Va., Jan a ffv-Charles Town's voters yes terday approved the three-year re newal of a special property (ax to carry on its schools program. The vote was 1,184 for and 506 ·.gainst.-This represented about 7 per cent favoring continuing thi levy. A 60 per cent margin wa needed for approval. Th* special tax will bring in ai estimated $31,000, of which M4.00C will go loward teachers' salarle and $47,000 for maintenance. The special tax has been in ef net {or about n years. Mri, Gtorg* T. Burntrti Funeral services were held foi \lrs. George T. Burnette on January 18 in the Church of the Shepherd, Rocky Mount, Mrs. Burnette served in .he Red Cross during World War I, and was a charter member of the original Woman's Club, a member of the PTA, and a member of the United Daugh-j tcrs of the Confederacy. She was an alumna of Allanlie Christim College, Wilson, N.C. She is survived by her husband, two sons, and five daughters, including Mrs. Richard S. Boutelle of this city. John H. W«!IUk John H, Wallick, formerly ot iVshington County, died Dec. 9, 1957 in Inglewood, California, -le was 92 years of age. He is survived by a granddaughter, Mrs. Janice Thompson, Washington Co., and a number of nieces and nephews. Services were held on Dec, 23 at the Beaver Inglewood Chapel, he Rev. Mr. Franjc Hap of- relating, Interment was made n the Sunnyside Mausoleum, Inglewoqd. Reiittier Plan DETROIT, Jan. 2Z W - Walter P. Reulher, president of tiie United- Auto W o r k e r s Union, warned members Wednesday that their 1958 contract negotiations will be conducted In »n unfavorable atmosphere because of un certainties In the domestic economy and world conditions. "These arc unusual times and that is why we have proposed ah unusual approach," he told 3,000 delegates' to the UAW's special 'hree-day convention here. The convention will d e c i d e whether to support recornmenda- ions by Reuther and the UAW nlernalional Executive Board t*iat a profit-sharing plan be one of the major demands on the auto industry's Big Three this year. Harlow if. Curtice, president ol General Motors Corp., turnec down an invitation to address the convention, asking Reuthcr in a letter to "review your demands carefully in the light of economic conditions." . He added: "The whole country is worried about the problem o inflation and the business and em nloyment prospects. It is fearfu that a round of excessive wagi increases this jyar will gravely aggravate these matters." Curticn previously had termei Ihe profit-sharing proposal "un -ealislic." He suggested curren contracts be extended two years Some UAW members, led bj Carl Stellato. nrcsictent of the hi? Ford Local 600. are expected tc make a floor fight later in th convention for shelving the nrofil sharing plan in favor of a cam work week The head of a pin may contain 25,000,000 polio viruses; the com mon cold virus is even' smaller Finaljlites COLLAPSED-Rcp. Lawrence II. Smith, Wisconsin Republican, collapsed in Washington, D. C., yesterday. He was stricken as he entered the House restaurant with his wife. Flower Fan COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo -- Eugene W. Burghard has spent most of his life raising flowers and at 80 he puts in an active eight-hour day the- year around at his floral compan; greenhouse. His proudest memory is o winning Die national chrysan thcmum championship in 1922 John D. Rockefeller had won Uie title six years in a row unti Burghard's giant beauties go the judges' nod.- Union Fraud ·· -' '' . K |V - tfi .·' Under FAIRMONT, W. Va., Jan. 22 W! - U. S.. Sen,. Matthew Mansfield \ccly w«5 burled I6day:after a uneral service which brought to- other'a host of his-associates n a 60 · year v political carte* without parallel,* West Virginia ilstory, \ · - . · - . , . - . A snowy, freezing day old nol ;eep them away. Nine of-his Senale colleagues and four West Vlr- Sinla congressmen came f r o m Vashington. So did President John L. Lewis of the-Unlted Mine Worker j. From Charleston, where Necly served as governor from 1941 to 1945, came Gov. Cecil H. Underwood, former Gov. William C. garland, a delegation from Iho Legislature and numerous present and former slate officials. They sat amid the capacity crowd In the First Presbyterian Church, to which Necly had belonged for years. Father Accused Of Slaying Baby HARRISONBURO, Vs., Jan. 22 un-Rocktagham County Commonwealth's Ally, Charles E. Barman Senate Investigator* questioning said today a 23-year-old tenant officers of th? San FrancUctt.Op«r- EffM^,HWw TMTM pre ^ ·* Devcrcux Gets Backing For Governorship ANNAPOLIS. Jan. 22 James P. Devercux (R-Md), wjio is cxnpclcd lo file soon for the Republican gubernatorial nomina lion, has received advance back ing.from the Young Republican Club of Anne Arundel County. The former Marine general, rounding out bis fourth tcrip as congressman from the Second Dis trict, apparently has clinched the COP organization's support for the May 20 primary. lie and Sen. J, Glenn Bcall seeking re-election were endorse! by formal resolutions of the club last night. child." - / Earrnan said the county sheriff obtained a statement last night from Kcmper E. Maston In which Mnston described the fatal betting and said he knew he was respon- iib'le for the death of g-monlh-old Diane Maston. The county medical examiner said the tot died from a brain hemorrhage caused by external blows on the head. According to Rarman, Maslon's statement said the baby was spoiled and subject to lemper tantrums. The stale- LI/ iiiiui'vi iami uiii.i, IILV ainii:- . . , { ,. mcnt reportedly said Maston and Knowledge of II bis wife, Elizabeth, would shake and slan the baby to bring her out of these tantrums. Rep. Smith, 65, Dies In Capital WASHINGTON, Jan. 22 (*-Rep tattrcnce H. Smilli (R-Wis), «!, collansert In the House res I an rani at noon today and was pronounced dead at 12:30 p.m. as he was being rushed lo Walter Reed Hos- ^"paid 'totari l"' a '' irrnirnusly In Hep. Reed (R-NY) told thc 1 ^ them. House he had just ridden up in the elevator with Smith to the first floor of the Capifol and went wilh him to the House restaurant. As Smith went to a small table, Reed said, ho. collapsed and (ell WASHINGTON,. JfUl. n meetings were-altmd fraudu lenlly to cover $J6,JOO ol mystery spending and nn- aerial "check- cashing^expedillon." · Ostensibly, the money went (01 . such things as union politics, pro moling pensions, strike relief am organizing work. Whether It actually did was left for a later chapter In the story. Patrick W. Clancy, president of Local 3 in the Bay City, listened to charges tliaf forgery and fraud were involved hut disclaimed any Clancy said maybe he-''Is i stupid Irishman, but "I'm not dis honest." , · i · The Senate's Racket Invesllgal-. Ing Comlnlttcc backed down bit ;-$15.000 worth-on the contention it developed y«lerday that unio 1 ! officers Ed Doran and Victor S. Swanson, since ousted, got 15?. · 955.76 of hidden profits from n complicated real estate deals which cost the union money. Counsel Robert E. Kennedy said 'the figure should b« around H5,(W). because $15.000 the union official? for a doctor at once. Mrs. Smith also was summoned lo the restaurant. Blast Kills Sevt'ii BOMBAY, Jan. 22 M - Seven persons were killed and X into the floor. Reed said he called jurcd in Hyderabad City today explosion of a gas cylinder meant for filling toy balloons at the All India Industrial Exhibition. Blasts Feared As Wrong Fuel Is Purchased CHICAGO, Jan. 22 VPi -- In a dramatic battle against time tonight, authorities quickened a widespread search for 100 persons who-mistakenly purchased an explosive gasoline instead of fuel oi for their stoves. Concentrating on a house-to- house campaign, the search by authorities tonight had recovered more than 800 gallons of the 1,300 gallons sold by a single pumping station on the West Side. A force'of 100 police, 60 firemen and-40 Civil Defense volunteers moved through a densely populated four-square-mile area warning householders of the po- '.ential danger. A loudspeaker on a roving fire truck also carried he warning. M. C. Binkley, whose term ex- ired Jan. 1, was re-elected to he Antrim Township School Authority for a term of five years. Other Authority members are Aaron Harshman, Dr. David Hess, Alvin G. Hicks, and G. Warner Harsh. William R. Davison, SOI East Baltimore Street, was admitted to the Waynesboro Hospital. Mrs. Elmer Mellinger, North Allison Street, was admitted lo the Washington County Hospital. Kauffman's H o m e m a k ers Club met at the home of Mrs. Noah Meyers. The meeting was in charge of Mrs. Mary Zoger and Mrs, Nancy Pcnsinger. The February meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Meyers. It will be an all day meeting beginning at 9:30. Noted Chemist Dies Of Cancer BALTIMORE, Jan. 22 W--Dr. Arda Green, nationally famous chemist, died today of cancer. She was 58. Dr. Green was presented the larvan medal by the American Chemical Society last September as the woman who had made the most outstanding contribution in 1957 in the field of chemistry. She was to have been formally presented with the medal next spring. The honor was based on her research work on fireflies. She stic- :essfully isolated in crystalline f orm the enzimes responsible for :he glow the fireflies produce. H aided the overall program in understanding the transformation of food into energy. Damages Sought For Horn Toots TOWSON, Md., Jan. 22 W Charles Gunlher wants $20.000 because the Baltimore 4 Ohio Railroad insists on tooting its horn. Gunther, 75, lives about 500 feel from a B 0 crossing. Trains passing by blow their, horns 4 to 20 times and "a majority of the limes after the fro'nt part of the train. 1 ! have passed the crossing,' complains Gunlher. It interferes with his conversation and sleep, he staled in a do- it-yourself polition for damaces to the Baltimore Court County Circuit Gunlher said he appealed (o the court only after writing numerous letters asking the B 0 to make "some effort to mitigate the extenl of the noise." Tiic Modern Way nOYLESTOWN, Pa, «V-Penn- sylvania game warden William Lockott rcporls thij fashion note from, the field: A hunler, attired In,the normal Ptcoutremenls of the sport, was accompanied by « dainty French nondlc, clipped according to the fashion of this breed, sportrnj? a red hon;«nd » rhinestone-studded collar,' Those Darn D's HOLDREGE, Neb, W -- Over :he years residents of Holdrege became accustomed to having the town's name misspelled "Holdrerige" -- adding an extra "D." They didn't pay much attention to mail that some times came addressed that way. Recently, though, patience began to wear thin when people discovered the'Post Office De- oarlment had it wrong,.too, and was using $ cancellation stamf with that dwned extra "D." LOSE UGLY FAT IN TEN DAYS . OR MONEY BACK H you art «vnu«lthl, lien n thi flril roily ihrllllnj niwi to torn Hong In v»nl«nt w» noimdi «»t«r Vtiri. 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