Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 21, 1955 · Page 12
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TWELVE' Beall Would Continue Ike U. S. Program Senator Does Not .Know If President Will Seek Re-election DENTON, Md. (.fl-Calling Presi- SVI;NIN<; TIMKS. CUMHKKLANI). MO., FRIDAY, .OCTOBEH 21, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for » WANT ,AD.'.Take'*"'' (;v (ient Eisenhower "the personfica- tion of intelligence, integrity and idealism." Sen. Bcall (R-Md) last night said the job of Republicans is '"to make certain lhat his program is continued." . Beall iold (he Caroline Counly Republican and Republican Women's clubs. "Perhaps the President will seek re-cleclion — 1 do no! know. We must plan for 195G with the u idca that we might have another man at the top of the licket." He labeled as "rather academic" the 'question whether (he Republican^ Parly should support a candidate picked by the President or select its own contender in the event Eisenhower does not run. "If the President gives his nod to 4 potential successor," he said, "if. will undoubtedly indicate that thjij person probably could do most lo*ard advancing administration pojicy. Such a man should then be our choice, too, tor with him we co|ild answer the big questions about the future. ['Having taken steps to guarantee peace and prosperity in the future, we^will then be able to lake our cause to the people once again." JTis 1956 campaign "will lake plenty of hard precinct-level' hustling." Beall said. "We can't let whole areas go by default and win elections." Beall said he feared party workers will be lulled into a sense of complacency because the Eisenhower administration has brought peace and prosperity, two important campaign selling points. "What they (the voters) want to learn now is how we will keep the guns silent and the production lines humming," he said. Firm Formed (Continued from Page 11) Chamber of Commerce," declared C. William Gilchrisl, Chamber president. "The Industrial Promolion Department," he added, "can only 'promote' or 'sell' the Cumberland area as .a site for new industry. H is strictly promotional in purpose. The Industrial Promotion Fund, which finances its work, is specifically earmarked for this purpose. "The new company, on the other hand, will have the power to raise money, to acquire lands and buildings, to improve, mortgage, sell, exchange, let or otherwise dispose of real property, and to borrow or loan money. This fills a gap in our industrial promotion program. 11 will aid materially in attracting new enterprises and will enable us to: compete more effectively, with other cities and areas." Anthony Saeli, manager of the Cumberland .Chamber, is resident agent and a member of the new company. Other members are Jo- si'tiK M. Naughton. Edmund S. Burke, .Waller N. Hedrick, T. J. Klauenbcrg. Frank A. Martin, Joseph M. Miller, Edgar D. Vandegrift, C. William Gilchrist. G. William Bibby. William A. Douglas, Owen E. Hitchins, John A. Luke. Maurice Milberg, Henry W. Price and William C. Walsh. . for the Finest MILK DRINKS ICE CREAM and DAIRY PRODUCTS ri ' A * * thrive uur to THE COW Route 220, South I 5 " I V -- 'I v ^ 1 ••fw^XXitSSESKSSW!* ' ri " • t7» ' •',.' . , •• ^^•BSl^^H^^H^^^l 1 • •• ,.V, ' I £.*>.^.»§U"^^^^^^^^E£3£anBK£i#*^te*^^ttf ^^tf^Miir ••• a •^^^^^^••••••IMIilMMr^iBMr :••• ^HHI ••K «^B ••• • AT POSTAL MEETING— Postmasters and other postal officials. of Allegany and Garret! counties met Tuesday at the Cumberland Post Office. Those attending were: Seated, left to right, Adeline Conlon, clerk, Lonaconing; Mark K. Sliarpless, Kitzmiller; May B. Boll, Eckhart; L L. Penrod, district manager, Baltimore; Thomas McClure, assistant district manager, Baltimore; Florence Blair, Midland! Anna Clalterbuck, Deer Park; and Margaret W. Conroy, Barton. Standing front, Charles A. Keating, clerk, Frostburg; Michael J'. Byrnes, Frostburg; Thomas V. McGuire, Weslernport; Obituary (Continued from Page 11) The body will be. taken lo the residence this evening. Howard Funeral Services for Aaron E. Howard, 62, who lived along West Virginia Route 28, near Ridgelcy, and was found dead along that highway Tuesday, will be celebrated tomorrow at 1:30 p. m. in the Stein Funeral Home..; • Rev. Charles Waldeu Sr., pastor of Metropolitan AME Church, will officiate and interment will be in the Pope Cemetery. The body is at the funeral home. *Mulr Services A requiem mass for John J. Miiir. 78, husband of Mrs. Margaret E. (Tropp) Muir, 121 Paca olreei, \vno cued \\concsoay di nia lome, will be celebrated tomorrow at 9 a. m. in SS. Peter and Paul Catholic Church. Burial will be in he church cemetery. Members of Cumberland Lodge 271, Loyal Order of Moose, will assemble at the George Funeral [lome at 7:30 p. m. today to conduct the ritual of the orcjer. The family requests thai flowers ju omitled. The body will remain at the George Funeral Home where the rosary will be recited today st 8' 15 p. m. Spearman Services FROSTBURG — Tomorrow at 10 a. m. a requiem mass will be celebrated in St. Michael's Catholic Church here for Francis X. "Hotly" Spearman. 59. of 79 .Spring Street, who was killed. along with four other persons on Wednesday morning at La Vale in the highway Interment will be in the church cemetery. The body is at 'the residence. A son ol the late Andrew and Hose Spearman, he is survived by six sisters, Misses Mary T. Spearman. Hilda ' C. Spearman; Gertnide J. Spearman, Regina A. Spearman and Veronica Spearman, and Mrs. Rose M. Cruthers, all of Cumberland. Also surviving are four brothers. Andrew W. Spearman. James J. Spearman, both of Cumberland: Paul C. Spearman, of Arlington, Va.; and Frank C. Spearman, of Lima, Ohio. Fearer Funeral FROSTBURG— A requiem mass for Clifford P. Fearer, 38, of 2 Mt. Pleasant Slrect, one of the five victims killed in the highway tragedy Wednesday morning in , La Vale, will bo celebrated tomorrow at 9 a. m. in St. Michael's Catholic Church. Interment will be in the church cemetery. Pallbearers will be lames Delaney. Harold. Lancaster, Francis Carringloji. Raymond Hull, William,. Armbrusler. Kenneth Robertson, . Harold Fearer and George Stein. The body is at the Hater Funeral Mrs. A. J. Chorpenning Mrs. Mary Eleanor Chorpenning, CO, wife of Alonzo J. Chorpenning Sr., Vocke Drive, died at 1:30. p. m. yesterday in Sacred Heart Hospital, where she had been admitted Wednesday night. She had been in ill health for about two and one -half years. Mrs. Chorpenning, a graduate of Ursuline Academy here, was a former Allegany county school teacher. A native of Cumberland, she was a daughter of'the late' Jacob and Mary (Becker) Decker. Mrs. Chorpenning was a member of SS. Peter and Paul Catholic Church, Alpine Club of the church, Sacred Heart Hospital Auxiliary, Christian Mothers, and the Ursu- 1 Surviving are her husband, two sons, . Paul. J. and A. Joseph Chor- pcnning Jr.. city; two daughters, Mrs. Charles Minnicks, .Vocke Drive; Mrs. William Fisher, city; a stepson, Arthur R. Chorpenning, Weirlon. W. Va.; a sister, Mrs. Henry A. ..Houck, city, and eight grandchildren. The body will remain at the George Funeral Home where the Christian Mothers will recite the rosary at 8:15 p. m. Sunday. A requiem high mass will be celebrated Monday at 10 a. m. in SS. Peter and Paul Catholic Church with interment in the church cemetery. McAtee Sen-ices A requiem mass for Capt. James J. McAtee, retired captain in the Mavy who died yesterday at (he lome of C. A. Smith, 820 National Highway, LaVale, will be celebrat-j ed tomorrow at 9 a. m. in St. Pat- ! rick's Catholic Church. Interment will .he in SI. Mary's Cemetery. The body is at Hie Stein Funeral Home. Melvin James LONACONING — Melvin James. 50, former resident,' died Sunday in the South General Hospital; Baltimore. He was a son of the late Thomas and Ella Mae (Stewarl) James. Surviving, besides his widow, Mrs. Mildred (lionig) James, here, are Ihree sons, Jerry, Melvin and Ronald James, all of Washington; a sister, Mrs. Mary Knippenberg, Midland; and two brothers. John James, Baltimore and Charles James, Cincinnati, Ohio. The body will be at Ihe Eichhorn Funeral Home today where a service will be conducted at 2 p. m. tomorrow with Rev. C. H. Gos- liorn, officiating. Interment will be in Oak Hill Cemetery. .lesso Calvcrt Merrill ROMNEY — Jesse Calvert Merrill, 70, a retired area farmer, died yesterday at Winchester Memorial Hospital. He was a son ot the late "Adam and Matilda Edward McPartland, Lonaconing; John L. Nixon, Oldtbwh; T. Cumiskey Jr., 'assistant postmaster, Cumberland; Donald M. Browning, Oakland; Charles E: Simpkins, Ellerslie; George A. Dressman, LaVale; Dale N. Broadwaler, Cresaptown;-Manuel R.. Diaz, Luke; T. K. Hannon, assistant superintendent'of mails, Cum- land.. Standing, back row, Oliver M. Simons, assistant postmaster, Frosiburg;. A. E; Warnick, Granlsville; Louis E. Haus, Mt. Savage; S. E. Cliiigaii, inspector, Martinsburg, arid George T. Perrin, Mt. Lake Park. PLAY WfNNERS-Janie- DiPollo, (left) a junior, and Elwood Harden, a senior, were named the best actress and actor, respectively, in the Fort Hill High School play contest Tuesday. The senior presentation was declared the play winner. . dist Church. Rev. W. D. Keller ot the Springfield Methodist Church and Rev. R. T. McCord of the local church will officiate. Interment will be in Indian • Mound Cemetery.' The body is at the Shaffer Funeral Home. Russell J. llcisliman WARDEN'SVILLE, W. Vn.-Rus- :11 James Hcishnian, 61, died Tuesday while visiting a brother, E. J. Hcishnian. here. Mr. Heishman had lived here until 1935 when he moved to Maryland. Since 1951 he had been a resident of Waynesboro, Pa. He was born here, a son nf the late Thomas A. and Sarah (Barb) Heishman. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Opal (Frye) Hejshman, four sons, two daughters, two other brothers, two sisters and two grandchildren. Services were conducted yesterday from the Crest Hill Mennonite Church with burial in Wardensville cemetery. Albright Man Dies In Accident CHARLESTON, W. Va. Wl—Two, fatalities in mine accidents in West Virginia ycslerday brought the slate's (otal so far this month to five dead in mine mishaps." The State Mines Department listed these fatal accidents yesterday: Elmer W. Messenger, 39, of Albright, killed .when he was rut'i over by a mine motor from,which he had fallen; accident occurred in the Tri-State Mining Co. No. 1 mine near Kingwood. Willie Green, shuttle car operator, fatally injured by a roof fall in the Caplcs No. It mine of the New River and Phontas Consolidated Coal Co. in McDowell County. I. Teachers Holding Departmental Sessions On Variety Of Subjects At State Meeting High School 'Chorus, of about ISO singers BALTIMORE teachers got down to discussions' cialtics convention Teachers' A»sri. Alter a general morning session, the estimated 14,000 public school teachers broke up into more than 50 department sessions devoted to topics ranging from art through elementary education, the classics, English, geography, physical education, history, home economics, mathematics to' sessions for educational secretaries and social workqrs. U is at these individual sessions that•the teachers actually get a close look at the latest developments in their fields. Most general sessions are 'devoted more to inspirational subjects. • • • \ Concert By Chorus Dr. Ethel Alpenfels,. professor of Anthropology at New York University, delivered one such address at the morning general session today. Her topic was "From Adam to atom." Also featured at today's general session was a concert by the All- Maryland composed from over the State. The performance .was directed by Helen M. Hosmer, director of the Crane Department of Music, State University Teachers College, Potsdam, N.Y. .A similar program, by the All- Maryland High School orchestra, will be presented Saturday morning under the direction of Dr. Reginald Stewart, who is director of the Peabody Conservatory of. Music in Baltimore. In the opening general session yesterday, convention delegates heard Gov. G. Mennen Williams of Michigan propose a program of federal aid to education that would cost $16,640,000,000 over the next five years. Construction Advocated Williams advocated that the federal government spend one billion a year for elementary and secondary school construction, half a billion a year for college and university building, a total of SA million over the five years for school operations, 200 million a year for adult education, up to 430 million year for education'of unusual and exceptional children, and provide up to 60,000 scholarships for graduate and. undergraduate students. He proposed that the program be financed by keeping the present corporation income tax rate at 52 per cent, raising it gradually to 56 per cent if necessary. Williams, mentioned as a pos- 1CC( I •> the association's, five-year pro- 'The difference between the ad-««"»• support for a plan 16-add uinisu-ation's estimate and the "ocml Kcunty benefits to the pres- I have suggested," he cnl program said, "(is)'slmply that tho been all talk for the past three years, and the other would get ac- ike to see his proposal aired at a forthcoming White House con- and beyond what we have proposed." Schools are closed today while he teachers are at the convention. They will be here through Satur-j day. Closing sessions on t h a t nomination committee and elevate ,. Paul B. Stevens of Baltimore from ,'erence on education and possibly second vice president to president., at the Democratic convention next|fup next year. '' ' •••• »-. iumincr. React Favorably The MSTA reacted favorably to Williams' proposal. Executive Secretary Milson Raver said the asso-, ciation's own five-year program] :or school improvements and bet- .er salaries; cover "only a bare ninim'um" of the State's school: needs and said "theri is plenty of! room for federal assistance over Woman's Will Probated The will of Mrs. Marie Myers iVelsh, 74, of LaVale, who died May 31 in Memorial Hospital was admitted to probate today in Organs Court. A daughter, Kathryn UcHale Welsh, LaVale, was named beneficiary and executrix. teacher • retirement system,, 'one has supporting racial integration .i'n.'j Maryland schools, 'and changing ( II c MSTA'S by-laws. . ion how" '''I' 0 assembly is expected toiac-;.- An aide indicated Williams would c'ept the recommendation of .its Borrow Sensibly It you ntid coih for fall «Xv Daniel our itrvk, if pieaipt, and private M.ndly Loans up ro $300 i Wolc — Ftimttutt — dntf Auto loan* INDUSTRIAL LOAN SOCIETY, INC. No. 301 Liberty Trust Sid}.. 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