•»• Comic* Clwifie* Tht fientpaper For Th« Horn* , Member Asioeioftd Pnu MONDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1955 Second Section German Firm To Study Area As Plant Site .' Auto Parts Concern Will Employ 1,000, Senator Bcall Says NEW YORK W! — Sen. J. GIci Bcall (R-Md) said today rcpresen alives of a German auto par company interested in cstablishin a plant in the United States, pron ised to visit the Cumberland, Me area later this month. . Beall, who returned today on 11 liner America after a month i Europe, said he and William Walsh, former Maryland attorne general, met with. representative oC the firm, which he did not iden lify. He said the proposed plan would employ at least 1,000. ..The Cumberland area, Bca said, has been designated by th U. .S.. Department of Labor as labor surplus area for the last fiv years. Bcall said he also' met a rubbe by-products official who cxpresse interests in the industrial possibi .ilies', of Western Maryland. Bcall said "The Swiss people botli in government : and in In watch industry, arc very con cerned with 'efforts to increase tar iffs which, if effective -would pro liibit the sale of Swiss watches i (He United States." He said the. Swiss were th largest purchasers of Marylan tobacco, that they buy up to 5 million worth annually, and tha he* would work to see that "tw xvay trade" continued. , Beall attended the Internationa Labor Organization Conference i Geneva as an unofficial observe for the State Department at ses sions devoted to textiles. Tax Court Plan Aired HAGERSTOWN W-The Board ot Washington County Commission crs voles tomorrow on the ques lion of whelhcr lo establish a tax court to review properly assess mcnl prolest cases. The proposal to establish the court under provisions of a State enabling act was made by Boan President W. Lee Elgin "to gc the board out ot politics" in property assessment cases. Elgin-says a properly owner is "craiy" if he doesn't protest be cause "75 per cent" of those who have protested' were given reduc tions. He reasoned that a three-man lax court would take the business of passing on• assessments out.o the field of politics. He also said he doesn't believe the commission ers are qualified to judge property values. Commissioner Chester Delphey has said he would vote, with Elgin in favor of the court, but Commis sioncrs George Fockler and Clarence Eldridge said they, favor continuing as in the past with the board retaining its review powers. The filth commissioner, Harr> Snook, holds the key. And he isn't saying how he will vote. However, he has said thai he is "generally opposed to the commissioners and other elected officials delegating their power and authority lo appointed officials, committees and commissions." Rec Club Plans Dance Saturday The Central YMCA Rec Club will hold its twelfth anniversary dance Saturday evening. • The dance will replace Ihe regular Friday evening dance and il is hoped to make the anniversary observance an annual event. Alembers of the club council are Pat Clanccy, president, Stan Abramson, Peter Charuhas, Mike Collins* Barbara Cyzick. Dick Douglas, Regis Fair, Gail Garlilz, Joan Garlitz, Arlene Green. Paul Herring, Ann Holmes, Joe Kelley, Pat Lewis, Helen McGreevy, Mary Offult, George Pitzer, Barry Sterner, Barbara Yankelevitz, -and Calhy Yarnall. Rec Club membership cards may be obtained at the main desk of YJfCA before Saturday, The Rec Club Council will meet Wednesday at 8 p. m. and final arrangements -for the dance will be made. Jo'e Duffy will book a nine piece orchestra for the affair. Dancing will be from 9 to 11:30. Jtirlhs BREWER—Mr, and Mrs. George, 105 Mt. Pleasant Street, Frostburg, a soil Saturday at Miners Hospital there. CROWE—Mr. and Mrs. Kill's, RD ; 1. Lonaconing, a son last Thurs"' l ' a y a ^ Miners Hospital, Frostburg. FOLK—Mr. and Mrs. Harold, Mt Savage, a daughter yesterday at .Miners Hospital, Frostburg. MILLER—Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth, flX'A Glen Streel, Frostburg, a son Saturday a' Miners Hospital . there.' -' • : tyl'Ll.AN— Mr,, and Mrs. Edward F, Jr., 609 piedmont Avenue, a daughter yesterday at Memorial - Hospital.' • • . . ' NULLr-Mr. and Mrs. Gerald W., Ellcrslle, a' son yostcrday at Memorial, ; Gives Invocation . • ReV. G. A. Wagner, pastor of Trinity I-wlhcvan Church,-gave tho Invocation «t this morning's meeting o( UK Mayor and Council, , PTA HONORS TEACHER—Mrs. Marjorie McDonald, a teacher at Wiley Ford School 'for 25 years, was honored recently by the Parent- Teacher Association of the school. Harold Lambert, PTA president, is shown presenting Mrs. McDonald wilh a gift of silver. The program featured a "This Is Your School Life" tribule lo Mrs. McDonald. Youths Given Terms In Pen On Car Theft Two local youlhs were senlencet p the West Virginia pcnitenliarj olluwing their conviction Saturday n Randolph County Circuit Court Elkins. on .charges of grand lar eny on an automobile. The two. Richard Eugene Col- erl, 13, and Donald Louis Wallers, 7, were sentenced by Judge Staney Bosworth, who earlier sen enced a 14-year-old companion to le West Virginia State Industrial ichool at Pruntylown "until he is 21 ears old. The three were arrested Sep- cmber 26 in Elkins and charged ith the theft of an automobile wned by a member of the faculty f Davis and Elkins College. Authorities said the three youths •ere in the auto when it stalled n a crossing in Elkins. West Virinia State Police Lt. Wl W. Murly, who was nearby, approached he car and the trio fled. Lt. Mury apprehended two of the youths hilc the other was picked tip later i the day. Investigation disclosed the young roup had been on a driving spree cars stolen from Cumberland, akland, and Elkins. 'An automobile stolen from the •ar of Memorial Hospital was re- overed in Oakland, while a car vned by Carmen Monda of lomas, W. Va., was stolen at akland and recovered at Macomer. W. Va. Another vehicle owned by Ralph lover of Terra Alia. W. Va., was olen from Macomber and recov- •ed al Kingwood by Preston Coun- Sheriff W. R. Schoolcy. iistanl; Miss demonstration ontiiiue Probe Of 'Cartwheels' Baltimore authorities are still in quandry as to the ownership of large number of silver dollars nd pieces of jewelry recovered :t week when three ex-convicts ere picked up on suspicion. The "cartwheels" were in a bag amped "Second National Bank Cumberland," and it was ought they, and the jewelry, wereiJinncs Kellar Serves •opcrty ol the Elmer Bopp family \j, oarc j Destroyer Wiley Ford PTA Honors Teacher With Program The Wiley Ford School Parent Teacher Association honored Mrs. Marjorie McDonald, a teacher at the school for 25 years, with a "This Is Your School Life" Iribule recently. A gift and silver and an orchid corsage were presented Mrs. McDonald by Harold Lambert, president, • and Denver Sachs, master ol ceremonies. Participating in the program were S. M. McGee, superintendent of Mineral county schools: Miss McGuffie. supervisor of elementary schools: Charles Wimer, principal at Wiley ford and former sludcnls of Mrs. McDonald. Refreshments were served by .he hospitality committee. Yeteran Day Parade Set Fort Cumberland Post 13, Amcr- can .Legion, will sponsor a Veterans Day .parade. November 11, and the Mayor and Council was nvited lo parlicipatc today. Thomas F. Conlon. chairman said the parade will form al 7 >. m. at the State Armory, South Centre Street,' and march at 8 p. m. Extension Group Will Hold Parley The annual extension -service inference for county home demon- ilralion agents and farm agents of Maryland will be held tomorrow, S'cdnesday and Thursday at the Emerson Hotel..Baltimore. Allegany county will be rcpre- iented by Joseph M. Sieger, farm agent and Nicholas Pope, his as- Mary Wise, home agent, and Miss lustine Miller, her assistant. Crystal Summers, home demon- Iratinn agent for Bedford county, ] a., will be among the speakers. Miss Joanne W. Reitz, former lome demonstration agent here, is chairman of the get-acquainted iession on the opening day. hose home ot 7:15 Memorial Ave was robbed on September 17. However, Mrs. Bopp went to altimore over Ihe weekend in an fort to identify the articles, but as unable to do so. Authorities id the silver dollars are in a ries minted in the !920's. The welry also could not' be identi- ed as belonging to the. local fam- it was reported. The investigation is continuing, th Baltimore police awaiting ord from a 13-state teletype lic'h was sent following the arrest the trio. Serving aboard the Atlantic Fleet destroyer USS Galling is James L. Kellar, commissaryman first class, USN, son of Mrs. Gladys B. Kellar. 45.1 Bond Street, and husband of the former Dorothy A. Cobuzzi. Waltham, Mass. The destroyer was one of three representing the U. S. at Guayaquil, Ecuador, during'a national holiday • period celebrating Ecuador's independence from Spain. ]ourt Admits wyer To Bar Clarence A. Penman, of Barton, day was admitted to practice w before the Allegany County rcuit Court. • . * He was presented lo the court id a motion marie to admit him the bar by Leslie J. Clark, local tornej':. Associate •••Judge Morgan C. arris granted the motion and-wel- med Penman to the bar. Penman was admitted to the bar Baltimore City several years jp and practiced, his profession ere until recently. He is a gradu- c of Mt, Vernon Law School in altimore. . Credit Unions . o Have Parly George C. Hsinsen Jr., direcloi the Maryland Credit Union Lea. c, Inc.; will be the speaker at observance of International redit Union Day; Friday at 7:30 m, al the Herman-Room rl the icon City Brewing Company. The event is being sponsored by e City, County and State Em- oycs of Allcgnny County Federal edit Union, Members ot the nine credit Inns In this area have been lu- ted. . ... • . • i Beall To Talk At Insurance Session Here The nineteenth annual convention of the Maryland Association of Insurance Agents opened here [oday wilh F. R. Rcilly, assistanl secretary of AFCO, Inc., New York,'as one of (he speakers, this afternoon at the Fort Cumberland Hotel. Joseph K. Leopold, Chicago, of the National. Tax Equality Association, : also spoke at today's session. i Tomorrow the main speaker will be Albert L. Latham, Baltimore, who will discuss "General Liability," at the morning session. Al Ihe luncheon tomorrow the speaker will be P. K. Mullen, Pittsburgh, "New Marine Definition and What It Means to You." A dinner-dance will be held, to morrow at Ali Ghan Shrine Coun- Iry Club. A floor show from Pittsburgh will -be the entertainment. The Midnighters Orchestra will play for fhe dance. -A business meeling was held at the Forl Cumberland Hotel this morning. U. S. 1 Senator J. Glenn.Beall will be one of the speakers at the dinner tomorrow 1 night Brian Kane, chairman of the board, will be toastmasler. Inslallation of officers will be held at the dinner with John 'H. Coppage, deputy insurance commissioner of Maryland, officiating. At tomorrow morning's session E. C. Murray, Annapolis, will discuss "Agency Qualification Law." A program of entertainment for the ladies has been arranged by a committee of which Miss Naoma Flanagan, Wcsternport, is chairman. She is being assisted by Mrs. James Reinhart, Jhairman of a card party committee with Mrs. John Workmeister and.Mrs. William Harrison assisting. Tomorrow's luncheon committee includes Mrs. Robert Barnard Jr., .Mrs. John Geare and Mrs. Henry Holzshu. The luncheon for the ladies will be held at Cumberland Country-Club at 1:30 p.m. School Lunch Topic At Parenls' Meeting Mrs. Gladys Eaton, supervisor of cafeterias for the Allegany County Board of Education, will be consultant and participate in a discussion of school lunches when the Parent Discussion Group of Columbia Street School meets Wednesday, 2 ). m., at fhe school. • - Subjecl of the discussion will be 'The School Lunch Program and .he Children's Diet" Court Shows Man Leniency In Case Here Father Of Eight Had Moved Into House . Which Later Burned An unemployed man, who is the father ot eight children, today was found guilty in Circuit Court of today he is satisfied with'a proper- Lewis Takes Exception To City's Stand South End Resident Claims Cily Council Misrepresents Case Roy Lewis, 700 Montreal Avenue, told the Mayor and City Council malicious destruction of property and received a suspended sentence of 60 days in jail. The man, Carl W. Smith, 36, held in the county jail since September, 13, was told by' Associate Judge Morgan C. Harris that in view of being unemployed and in dire straits he was showing leniency. The facts in the case, as told to the court by Slate's Attorney Paul M. Fletcher, follow: v Smith went to the Big Ridge Road section about September 7 and broke a hasp and padlock from a small three-room cottage owned jy Dewey Lytie. He moved his family into the dwelling and then came into town. During his absence his wife started a fire and the blaze set the It jurned to the ty trade between himself and city in the area where the proposed Industrial Boulevard is lo be locat- d But, says the South End man, he does not think it fair that the city should hold up a permit which he requested for a combination restaurant and office on land for which he is paying taxes. Lewis took exception to published reports which, he said, indicated he was "dissatisfied," and added he' thought the city'"unfair to misrepresent" him in that manner. The city has been reluclanl to issue the building permit because it is possible the building might have to be removed il the Industrial Boulevard goes through the That would be more costlj land would be uninv Ridgeley Girl Elected At PSC As Cheerleader Sharon Mullennex, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Mullennex, of Ridgeley, is one of three women cheerleaders at Potomac State College, Keyser. Miss Mullennex, a sophomore, Anne Nessclrodl, of Franklin, and Helen Poland, Keyser, both freshmen, were named in an election sponsored by the Student Council. They join Judy Rhodes and Marlene Fisher, sophomores,. in' the cheerleading corps. Miss Mullennex is editor of the Catamount yearbook, ROTS sponsor and member of the WAA and Kappa Delta Psi sorority. She is a general secretarial major. Miss Nessclrodl, an arts and science major, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.'I. D. Nesselrodt. Miss Fisher, a home economics major, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Poland. building afire — . fround. " 1an lf ' Judge Harris commented thatlProved. the fire was" of an accidental na- Asks About Progress ture from the testimony in the Lew j s appeared before the Mayor case. Garrett Eichelberger, a farmer, who lived near the cottage and who checked the property from time to time for Lytie, testified that Smith and another man came to the cot- .age several days previously anc nquired if it was for rent. Eichel- jerger said he informed them he had no authority to rent the build- ig. . • On the day. of the fire Eichel- jerger said several of the children of the Smith couple came to his home for assistance. He called the 'orestry patrol and volunteer firemen to prevent the flames from spreading to the nearby woods, he :estified. Lytie testified that he had not rented'" the cottage to Smith. He also said the building had been vacant for about a year and a half. :le valued the structure at $300. 3ne-Way Streets To Be Reversed The direction of two-one-way streets—Columbia and Independ ence—will be reversed effective next Monday, Police and Fire Commissioner William V. Keegan advised the Mayor and Council oday. Effective that date, traffic will jo south on Independence instead of north; and north on Columbia nstead of south. ' . The move, he added, is being made to solve a traffic bottleneck resulting from the conversion of iedford and Frederick Streets into me-way thoroughfares. Noting that there has been some :riticism. Keegan staled the trend oday is toward one-way streets.. "In order to move traffic today, here must be a plan." he added. This move and others are part if an overall plan to move traffic more smoothly, Keegan said. Manslaughter Case Started The manslaughter trial of Rich- : rd H. Newhouse, city, charged vith causing the death of Mrs. )aisy Priddy, a bystander during light at the South End Republi- an Club during the past summer, ipened today in Circuit Court. The case recessed at noon and esumed at 1:15 p. m. A number of paternity cases were tried before the court today. One defendant was cleared of the harge as the result of blood tests aken of the principals in the case. PTA To Meet The Johnson Heights Parent- 'eacher Association will meel to- lorrow at 7:30 p. m. at the school. Ml parents of children attending ic school interested in joining the TA should attend the meeting. and Council today to ask what progress the city has made in contacting the State Roads Commission in regard to the tract. City Engineer Charles R. Nuzum told Lewis the right-of-way engineer had been contacted and the SRC is supposed to have an agent contact Lewis. The city lias explained Lewis originally had a rectangular piece of properly wilh an area of 14,662 square feet on the south side of Montreal Avenue and wanted to juild on il. Since the lol and its improvements would interfere with the right-of-way of. the boulevard, the city traded Lewis a quadrilateral tract with an area of 19,584 square 'eel or 4,722 larger and wilh some 'ronlage on Ihe opposite side ol the four-lane highway. Lewis said loday he was satisfied with this land deal but resented the city "trying to get public opin- on down on me," and. trying to imply Ural "1 am trying to take Ihe city over." Irked Over Delay He added he was not satisfied wilh being held up on his plans build and that SRC people had told him and his lawyer that the Highway' "might never go through." Police and Fire Commissioner William V. Keegan explained the SRC had requested the. city to hole up building permits on property which might be needed for the Industrial Boulevard. Nuzum said the city, on council's orders, would issue the permit if ^ewis built "back of the line." He referred to property grade lines urnished by the SRC showing easement requirements in front of ,ewis' property. Lewis told Nuzum he "had no right to tell me where to pul my wilding," and cited zoning laws rtiich say he can build to the curb. He said, he wanted to construct his wilding 35 feet back but could not ,f the city takes his land for the highway. Cars Damaged [u Crash Here Damage estimated at $500 resulted in a two-car accident yesterday in the 100 block of Baltimore Streel. City Police reported thai Jacob A. Sickler, 16. of RD 2, smashed nue. Damage was estimated at $300 to Sickler's auto, while Giles' car was damaged to the extent of >00. Stephen Bobinson, 19, a passenger in Sickler's car, suslained cuts iboul his face. He was Irealed at Sacred Heart Hospital. Officers E. Gordon Hite and Harry Iser invcstigaled. Dam Prevents Million In Flood Damage The Youghiogheny .River dam project—in Garretl cpunty, Mary land, and Fayelte and Somerset counties in Pennsylvania—has prevented flood damages estimated at $25.170.000 since put into operation in 1948. This information is contained in the booklet "Water Res Development in Pennsylv which is a report of the Corps of Army Engineers. The Army Engineers said the cost of building the dam which incidentally, caused the removal of of Somerfield, was the town 50,674.900. The dam, about 1.2 miles up- slream from Confluence, is an earth-filled structure, 184 feet in height with an ungated side-channel spillway. II controls a drainage area of 434 square miles and provides 248,000 acre-feet of usable storage. This reservoir is operated jointly for flood control and for low- water supplementation for improved navigation and pollution abatement The amount of storage reserved For these purposes is varied according to their seasonal requirements. This dam and water storage area is operated and maintained by the Corps of Army. Engineers as a unit in Ihe coordinated reservoir system for flood control in the Monongahela River basin and the Ohio River Valley, which is de signed to . reduce project-design flood heights on the Ohio Hiver to slages below' the top of federally constructed local protection works on that river. The reservoir also contributes to the reduction of floods on the lower Mississippi River. City To Drop Golden Lane Sewer Plans Cost High; Health Regulations To Be Enforced In Section Plans for sewering Golden Lans have been tabled indefinitely. by the Mayor and Council which.gave the Health Departmenl power lo acl in correcting any unsanitary conditions. Action was taken on the matter today on motion by Streel Commissioner William H. Buchholtz. City Engineer Charles R. Niizum explained th"al a survey showed cosl of Mie sewer line on the westerly side of Ihe lam, a distance of 1,050 feet, 1 would cost more .than the assessed property valuation. Cost of the line would be between $8,500'and $9,000, he said, adding that property is valued at $8,240. •' Must Conform Mayor Roy W. Eves asked Nuzum what he recommended and the engineer replied that three., of the properties have outside .toilets iand seven septic tanks. All should 'be required to conform with health jregulaliohs and install septic tanks', he said. '..'.-.'. There has been some complaint of seepage from septie tanks onlo adjoining properties in that area. The city is also interested in,'haying that situation cleared up;. ^AU the properties are serviced '.with city water. ,^~.' Council also acted on a number of routine mailers at today's';se's'r sion. . .-'• ' Approved was the license application of Paul F. Shuck to operate a used car lot at 23 South Mechanic Street. ; , Payments Authorized .,,,,. City Auditor Arthur B. Gibson was authorized to issue checks for $81,390.38 to Moyer Brothers of'Al- Loona, representing fHe seventh partial payment for work on the sewage leralmenl plant during the period September 1-30: a refund of ;1 to Hugh F. Funkhouser, 1819 Frederick Street, for a building permit issued but not used; $23 to G. P. Porter for damage to a motor vehicle as a result of work done by city forces in front of his driveway on Bedford Street: and $250 as .the city's contribution to the Cumberland Choral Society. Gibson, in a report of receipts and disbursements for the quarter ending September 30, said receipts totalled $1,043.450.74. Disbursements amounted lo $1,364,133.70. Parking meler inspector Harry Whisner reported a $2.25 increase for the week of October 4-9 when receipts were $711.63 and $713.88 respectively.. .... ..... ,.' . . . Queen. City Brewing Company applied to erect an 8-by-18 foot painted metal sign at 752 Greene Street. Permission was granted subject to inspection and approval by the city engineer. Church School Opens Tonight A leadership training school begins tonight at LaVale Methodist DOVE-Leonard S., 48, Arlington, Dhurch for the Cumberland Sub- District Classes will be held two hours tonight, tomorrow and Wednesday and again next week on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. The courses include the follow3g: "Guiding Junior Children In Christian Growth," to be taught by Mrs. Floyd Cozad, a teacher in f the Methodist Church. . "Helping Adults Learn," by Miss Lillian C. Complon, a teacher in he adult department ot Grace Methodist Church School and former president of Frostburg Stale Teachers College. Modern visual aid materials will be used in the opening evening medilalion services, and Rev. Adam Grim, represenlativc of Ihe Beard of Temperance, will conduct the services during the first week of the school. Rev. Howard Amoss will present program at the meditalions during :he second week. Rev. Kenneth W. Grove is dean of the school; Rev. Raymond Crowe, registrar: Miss Mary Hanson .treasurer; Mrs. R. J. Rcusch- ein and. Rev. Amoss staff mem- Fields'Hearing To Be Continued The hearing for Louis Fields, his city, who surrendered himself o Trial Magistrate Court after a warrant for his arrest had been iled by J. D. Wheeler, 515 Hill Top Drive, has been ordered ;con- inued until later, this week. Fields' hearing opened Saturday morning before Trial Magistrate .1. ililton Dick. He is charged with assault with-a deadly weapon. According to City Police Officer I Elmer Shank, Wheeler reported seen, pointed a gun at him and a neighbor after approaching the Wheeler home. Wheeler went to Trial Magistrate Court and swore out a warrant for Fields' arrest. CONVENTION OPENS-The mutual convention of tho Maryland. Association of Insurance Agents opened lodsw at the Fort Cvmibsii. land Hotel.'. Among officials attending,'Ic'fHo'flght, arc Robert J, .Thome, HnUimore, secretary; Brian Kane, llaltlnioro, chairman of the board; Rodney ,). Brooks Jr., Baltimore, president; Avcry W. Hall, Salisbury, pnsl. president; Truman B. Cash, Westminster, treasurer, nnd E, C. Murray, Annapolis, past president. A large number of agcnus'aro attending. Clinic Time Changed A.well baby clinic will be held at the Crcsaplown Health Center next Tuesday, October 23, Instead of tomorrow,' according to Miss Margaret Morrlssey, health nurse. Obituary BRANT—Mrs. Vilelta, cily. this Va., former resident KEKGAN-George J., 39, Hartmansville, W. Va. LOSTUS—Mrs. Leo, 57, Great Cacapon. MARTIN—John A., 62, Edgewood. MOORE—Mrs. Emily, 90, Montrose, W. Va. SHRYOCK—Mrs. Marshall, 57, Oldtown. STEMPLE-Miss Mary, Keyser. Ihe junior department of LaVale TW1GG — William, 81, North Methodisl Church school. Branch. "Guiding Intermediates," by VAN METER-Mrs. Beryl, 83. Miss Juanita Powers, director of Maysville. WHITNEY—John N;, 56, RD 2, Williams Road. ZIRK—Charles, 79, Springfield. Mrs. Marshall Shryock Mrs. Marlhella Shryock, 57, wife of Marshall A. Shryock, Oldtown, died yesterday at Memorial Hospital, where she had been a pa- lienl since September 14. She had i>een in ill health three years. . A native of Frostburg, she was a daughter of the late OIiver x ..an8 Sarah (Davis* Stevens. Other survivors are three sons, Herbert A. Shryock, Oldtown; Marshall A. Shryock Jr., stationed at Scott Air Force Base, Illinois, and Jay G. Coberly. Alexander, Va.; a daughter, Mrs. John D. Hensell, city: six brothers, John Stevens, Frostburg; Charles Siey- ens, Texas City, Texas; Lloyd Stevens, Crisfield: Benjamin Stevens, Froslburg: Waller Stevens, of, Arnold, and James Stevens, Frosl- burg; five sisters, Mrs. Annabelle Truly and Mrs. Margaret Yates, bolh of Frostburg; Mrs. Leona Moomaw, Crisfield; Mrs. Zeda Brittle, Clearwater, Fla., and Mrs^ Ruth Creegarn, city, -and two grandchildren. Services will be conducted Wednesday at 3:30 p. m. al the Scarpelli Funeral Home by Rev.-William Anderson, pastor of Oldtown Methodist Church. Interment will be in Davis Memorial Cemetery. William Twlgg William Twigg, 81, of North Branch, died this morning in Memorial Hospital where he had been a patient two months. Born at Doe Gullcy Tunnel; W. that a man, whom he had neveq Va., a son of the late Harman and Mary. (Hudson) Twigg, he had resided at North, Branch 30 years. Mr. Twigg was a retired employe ot the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company. He held membership In Davis Memorial .Church.. Surviving -arc a daughter, MM. Clyde Hutton, Pittsburgh;, a stepdaughter, Mrs. OrvilUv Howoll, North Branch; .Iwo brothers, Richard Twlgg,'this city, and'Vernoil (Continued on Page 18) .
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