Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 21, 1955 · Page 15
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.KEYSEIl And Tri-$<ule Area '(15) Evening Times, Fridiy, October 21, 1955 Gonimissioners Re'ect •'.' , •' .''. ,.•••• . ' . ' ' :•• V Vote Machine Purchase Trucker Gets (Rehearing On Driving Count ~ BEDFORD—Hiram C. Sleasler of fiD 3, Bedford, he won a hearing on his recent conviction on motor vehicle charges by Judge Richard C. Snyder. . ^Sleasler was found guilty several weeks''ago in a precedent-setting case watched .with interest by truckers and police throughout the «tale. •.•'.•• /Sleasler had refused to move.his tractor-trailer off a private drive ; o'i.tb a highway for the purpose of b^ins, weighed when told to do so by state police, and police charged OAKLAND — The Garrett Coun. ly Commissioners unanimously rejected the recommendation of the Board of Election Supervisors for the purchase of voting machines. ',The 'Election Board made .a recommendation last week that the commissioners purchase 36 voting machines from the Automatic Voting Machine Company. The price for the machines delivered in Oakland was set. at $1,474 per machine,. for a total njm with resisting: arrest. 'tSleasier's attorney, Paul A. Koontz of Bedford, told Judge Snyder he had new material to -offer iii the 'case and asked for a re- argument; ''Judge Snyder granted the request and Koontz and District Attorney . Charley M. Koontz were ordered to submit new briefs to Judge Snyder for study rbefore a new opinion would be rendered. An interesting twist to the case is that .the opposing attorneys are brothers. .' Sleasler's contention at the original trial was that police had no authority to order him to move his truck onto a public highway for the purpose of weighing it and possibly fining weight; • - him then for over- cost of.?53,OG4, less two per cent discount, or $1,061.28, which would make the total cost 552,002.72. The only other bid was from the Schoup Voting Machine firm to taling $50,801.12 for 36 machines. This would figure $1,201.60 less than the machines of the Automatic Voting Machine Company. H. D. Swartzentruber, president of the County Commissioners, said the board was of the opinion that any decision on the purchase should have been made jointly by the two boards, according to the law. and pointed out there was nothing in the law which said that any recommendation should be made by the Board of Supervisors of Elections to the County Commissioners for approval of the latter. Top Quota At Keyser Visit KEYSER-Area "residents responded to the visit of the Red Cross mobile blood unit Wednesday; when a trial run.was made to determine if lhe program would be continued here. The quota of 106 pints was oversubscribed' by .52,pints, it was reported. In addition Id lhe amount processed, a number of donors had lo be turned away. These were scheduled to .report at future vis its, otfieials said. • Keyser had shown such little in- lercsl in the blood program apd (he. visits had become so expensive and unproductive, that "officials said the unit would not return to Keyser. unless il was shown by the Only.v. CHRYSLER Brings You These Exciting New 2. 3, FEATURES Pushbutton ..PowerFlite! The .world's most automatic transmission, now operated by pushbuttons on the dash. PowerPilof Steering! Gives a positive fccl-of- the-road all the time, because its power assist li constant. PowcrSmooth Brakes! Deliver the safest, most velvety braking, and outlast the next - best brakes 2-to-l. 4. 5. SuperScenic Windshield! The true wrap-around windshield, because It's swept back at both top and bottom. Two great V-8 Engines! Both the Firepower and Spitfire V-8's are airplane-type — most powerful on the road. Highway High-Fidelity! In a letter to William L. Gibson, president of the Board of Supervisors of Elections, the County Commissioners set Monday at 2 p. m. as the time for a joint meeting in the bar library. . The letter further disclosed that the attorney to the board of County Commissioners and the attorney to the Election Board had furnished the commissioners with an analysis of the bids submitted that clearly showed the bid submitted by the Schoup Voting Machine Corporation was less expensive to the county, whether the machines we purchased for cash'or on terms. From the analysis it also appeared that both machines would comply with the requirements set forth by law and that the citizens would benefit from the purchase of a machine that would cost them the least. The letter then declared 'This Board has unanimously decided that it cannot accept the recommendation that the machines be purchased from' the Automatic Voting Machine Corporation." Marriage Licenses John Charles Homer and Marjorie fcilson, both of Bedford. Pa. Jack McClellan Owens, Hyndman, Pa., and Shirley Anne Stevenson, Frostburg. . Wilmoth Maynard Snyder, Levels. W. Va., and Dolene Ruin Pownell, Romncy, W. Va. Warren Lee .Mann,. and Elaine Grove, both of Weslernpofl. Frank Irvih Buskirk Jr., RD 1, Frostburg. and Shirley Ann Folk. RD 2, Frostburf;. Aivin Clive Nelson and Florence Loretta Anderson, both 'of Paw jPaw, W. Va. Arlie John Kesner Jr., and Lucille Virginia Daughterly, both of Romney. W. Va. James Edward Martin, RD 1, city, and Teresa Anne McMahon, Midland. Howard Benjamin Frankenberry, Cresaptown, and Shirley'Lee Wolford, Jroslburg. Gene Francis Keycs v 13 Orchard Street, Piedmont, W. Va'.. and Betty Louise Deal, Frostburg. Glenn Clair Brown, RD 2, and Donna Yvonne Little, RD 1. both Everett. Pa. Holland X. Richards, 181 South Main Streel, and Annie May Lambert, 186 Soulh Main Street, Keyser. W. Va. William Junior Adams, Carlos, and Anna Mae Baker, Klondyke. Waldo D u a n e Putfenburger, Points, W. Va., and Shirley Barlene Evans, 524 Franks Lane. Robert Clark Ford and Janet Lora Velore, both Hoy, W. Va. William James Cameron, Del- mold Streel. and Shirley Marshall Smith, St. Mary's Terrace, both Lonaconing. Arthur Erven Myers, RFD 3, and Straudie Hebb McVicker, both Keyser, W. Va. Harry Loraine Campbell, RFD 1, and Margie Madeline Decker, 224 Harrison Street. Robert Leo Moyer, G24 North Centre Street, and Barbara Virginia Bellinger,- 6^9 North Centre Street. ; Everett* is .alive today because he campus at 12:15 p. m., ost a tnrce-way coin toss, and the Potomac Stale . ROTC nrce-way coin :wo "winners" are. both dead, vie. _ ims of a United /Airlines crash in Street, to. South Mineral, south to Wyoming last week, that killed 66 Lincoln, ••. to South Main, north to passengers and crew on a DC-4. The former Everett man is Paul East Piedmont and west to Mineral Felton of Towanda, an.'.executive Streel. From there the.procession|| of Sylvania Electric Products Corrv pany. Mr. and Mrs. Felton ieft'Elrhira, N. Y., airport with two-other-Sylvania executives and their wives for a trip to a business meeting in Salt,Lake- City,. Utah. Through a mixiip, they found when they arrived at Chicago only four reservations for them on the next United local and campus organizations en. night to Salt Lake City. The three men agreed to, nip a co in. "odd one by-the Keyser Retail Business man out" to determine who should Bureau. The floats wjll be judged citizens-thai the blood bank is de-'he Iragcdy lhal befell lhe first sired here. A number of local organizations assisted'lhe Red Cross in the program ,ahd spokesmen for each of them' expressed their appreciation for the support of so many interested citizens. Women of the Moose had charge of lhe canteen. Royale Dairy furnished milk, and Grace Methodisl Church provided the use of its kitchen- and facilities. Town officials, medical authorities and others commented yesterday lhal il was an oulslariding response on lhe part of .so many citizens, thai it is believed the blood bank can be retained here with regular visits of the bloodmobile. Guild Holds Meeting MT. SAVAGE—St. Ann's Guild of St. George's Episcopal Church met a recent evening in the parish hall. After the business meeting, cards. were .played. Mrs. Maude Morrison and Mrs. George Neder were hostesses. Prizes were won by Mrs. Rita Cunningham and Mrs. Doris Crowe. Kentucky. Massachusetts, Pennsylvania and Virginia are the only four slaTcs officially designated as commonwealths. There's No Charge for Credit at Loser Of ;Coiii BEDFORD— A native of .ncartiy Parade To Mark Homecoming At Keyser College KEYSER - The Potomac State College. Homecoming parade tomorrow will leave .the college I and come on a laller night. Felton lost, and he and Mrs. on a later flight.only to hear of flight. Felton is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Felton of Everett, who were CWO Hears Address By Cumberland 1'uetor , led by the band and battalion, continuing down Slate Armstrong Street, North Davis, pastor of St. Michael's Church, and Retired CllCtker Chttliin Mrs.'Clarobello Kenncy. Approxl- ' maldy 50 people attended. . Plans , were made tor a card parly and FROSTBUKG - Rev. : : . Robert bake sale to bo held next month. Hopkins, ' assistant pastor of St. Mary's Catholic Church, Cumberland, was tho principal speaker at a meeting of the Catholic Women's Organization of St. Michael's Church Tuesday evening in the K. of C, Hall. Brief-talks were also given by Rev. Regis F, Larkin, assistant .There are four species of anthropoid apes without tails—the gorilla, the chimpanzee the oran gutan and the gibbon. eel, but belongs to the sa'mo.fain ily as carp and catfish. Of Virginia Still top* BUENA VISTA, Va. I*-A. Ellis Baker, Richmond lawyer, has retired as Virginia checker, champion—but he Is still top-man. Baker, who held tho title for six years, relinquished It at tho tournament here, but in an exhibition he The electric ccl is not really an beat both E. F. Chandler, o.' Richmond, the winner, and A; M. Simpson, of. D.inville, the runner-up. will continue south to.Fort Avenue, I to State Street' and the campus I where it will disband. . . | In the line of march will be high [| school bands from Petersburg and Keyser, Bruce High of • Westernport and Potomac State. Decorated floats will play a major part of the parade, with many lered. The latest to be entered is COLD WEATHER COMING!! Get Your FIRESTONE TOWN and COUNTRY TIRE New-Tiibe(es*-Regular or Full Retreads FIRESTONE DRI-CHARGED BATTERIES NOW!! by prominent local citizens. 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