• .. •. . . / . Local '"'••' •:• Comic* .»-.' Clauified ' \ Th* Newtpaper For The Horn* Associated Press MONDAY, OCTOBER 24; 1955 Stcond Section Streets Here Damaged By Heavy Ti-ucks' Council Expected . To Support State |) Truck Inspections Truck damage -city streets enforcement of speed limits and possible city support of a state auto and truck inspection law came under scrutiny by the Mayor and Council today. • The lengthy discussion was terminated when it was decided on motion of Street Commissioner William li. Buchholtz to table all the matters for two weeks until complete data could be obtained look- ins to possible fovmal action. Tho discussion was set off when two residents of Shades Lane, Mrs. Thomas Mcars and Mrs. Grayson L. Lucas, submitted a petition to council' asking for action in regulating the type of traffic which can use streets with light surface treatment. . - , The spokesman for residents said they feel (he street has been damaged by trucks ami cquiomcnt of a local "contractor. They also pointed. out the contractor hauls loads of dirt "all the time" over the street. • . * " As individuals^ the two women pointed out that Shades lane is a speedwav anil the speed limit is continually broken. Favor Surface Treatment The .two emphasized that they are in favor of. the light surface treatment program and think it a "good thing." City. Engineer Charles R. Nuzum said he had-been in contact with the contractor and had been told equipment is moved on rubber- tired trailers which are less-damaging to the roadway/ The contractor said he is aware of the problem and would do no more hauling than is absolutely necessary. Nuzum pointed out it is within council's power to restrict the road limit trucks if they are damaging city, streets, 'and the law should not apply to just one street but all of them. Commissioner Buchholtz staled that the contractor could be instructed to lake another route rather than over the length.of the light-surfaced street. Cross SlrccU Damaged And while he was on. the subject. Buchhollz said he wanted to point out that since Frederick Streel thoroughfares had been made one way the cross *„ streets between the two had been | badly damaged by heavy vehicles. He said It looks as if it wilt be necessary to restrict load limits on these streets. In referring to the loaded trucks, Buchhollz said "They arc tearing them (the streets) apart, and as far as we're concerned they'll have to get permission to use them." Last week's tragedy in which five people died because of a runaway trailer track on Roulc 40 wa: also brought out at this morning's session. Finance Commissioner' John J. Long said he read about the accident while-attending the-National Safely Congress in Chicago. The city commissioners, he said, should authorize the mayor or' others to • put pressure on the slate for mechanical check of cars ( trucks. If (rucks are heavy enough to damage streets, Long said,-it stands to reason they get away from the driver at one time or another. Mayor Roy.-W. Eves pointed out Pennsylvania has an inspection law, yet the truck which ran awaj and caused the five deaths here last-week had passed Ihc stale's inspection' only the preceding Saturday. Long said it might be well to propose "runoff seclions on highway for runaway Irucks and added slriclcr enforcement might be an answer. Police and Fire Commissioner William .V. Keegan staled that anj enforcement on trucks should extend to where the struck started— the manufacturer. Chiropractors Elect Officers 'Dr. Nelson S. Covell, Baltimore was elected president of the Mary land Chiropractic Association ai the final session of the. annua convention here'yesterday. Other officers named were Dr. Harold -• L. Sharpes, Hyattsville secretary - treasurer; Dr. Rita Brinkcr, city, recording secretary; Dr. Arnold R. Tolley, Chevy Chase delegate lo Hie National Chiropractic Association; Dr.. Roger Fiery Hagcrstown, chairman of Ihc board . oT directors; 'Dr;' Harold Malin city, scrgeant-al-arms, and Dr Ralph Kleinginna, Wheaton, as -igistant scrgeant-at-arms. , Water Line Work Starts In Week : -*The.contractor, for Hie laying 01 the is-lnch water line to .the Pitts ,b«r 31, O'.ty. Engineer Charles R, -Nuzum told thi; Mayor and Council ..today..-. -•'-.•'•.• .. •'••• • .-. • Originally, the Cumberland Con trading Company .had planned, to '••tart today. -..--..' : ''•';-" An easement on a one-half mile tract owned by Edwin C., Virginia 0., James. W..ahd Mary E. Shank ntedcd for the water lino right-of- way was approved by council this rnornlns, [lase Against o Truck Driver 4. • • -,;-.-••' ; : i. i; - • Continued Hugerstowii Mail Drove Coal Truck In Mishap Oii Bedford Street The case against the driver of coal truck which careened out f control Saturday about noon, on iedford Street, has been continued until Saturday, to allow further in- restigalion into the matter. '-Magistrate .J.' Milton. Dick, or- lered Ihe delay, loday when Ivan V. Brelsford, of .613- West Wasli- ngton f'.reet, . Hagerstown, was jroughl into cou-l on charges of •eckless driving and driving with- ut a registration card in his possession. He is- free on .bond of RBC CLUB ANNIVERSARY—The Central YMCA Rec Club celebrated ils twelfth anniversary with a *dance Saturday night in the "Y" gymnasium. Among those attending the dance, left to right, were Jerry Yankelevilz, Ireasurer. of the club, and his guestV Joan Gariitz arid Paul Hering and Pat Clancy, vice presidenl and prcsi- - dent of the. organization. Sudden Blast Of Wind Hits In District Sudden gusts of wind ranging up to 45 or 50 miles an hour caused some damage in the Cumberland area jusl before noon today. H. E. Hinkle, who lives near Ihe old -Mexico. Farms airport jusl soulh of the city, reported his 50- foot television tower was blown over and several trees uprooted. The wind was so strong, Hinkle said, that his car, parked in front of his home, was blown backwards. He ran from his home to the car and applied the brakes Ihc "Bedford ""and more tightly in order to slop the vehicle. The slrong wind caused Ihe air to be filled with clouds of dust particles and shoppers downtown had difficulty' in keeping their feet. "-^-*--;• •- ••' • • The storm caused the temperature to drop in downtown Cumberland from 77 degrees lo 64 degrees within a few minutes. The skies were filled with black clouds and a slight rainfall accompanied the winds. , Robcrl R. Golden, weather oh server at Constilulion Park, said instruments there registered a wind velocity of 35 miles per hour generally wilh gusts up to 45 miles per hour. The high temperature during the past 24 hours was 75 degrees and Ihe low reading 45 degrees. At noon the thprmomeler registered 60 degrees. The relative humidity was 62 per cent. The forecast was for windy and much cooler weather tomorrow and fair and cool Wednesday. The wind dislodged mortar from the top of the Woodmen of the World building on Union Slreet, according to the Street Department. It also had a report of a tree blown over and wires down al 8 Roberts Street. Jusl before 1 p.m , there were reports of a tree blown across the Western Maryland Railway tracks at the lower end of Virginia Avenue, and of a tree limb broken oft at 125 Henderson Avenue. ALBRIGHT — Mrs. Annie, 39, formerly of Piedmont. AMICK—James S., 57, New York, formerly of Komney. BATES-Joscph B., 69, .of 943 Glenwood Street. JOHNSON — Mrs. Helen G., 65, New Salem', Pa. KEAN—Edmund J. Jr., 27, of ..109 North Chase Street MILLER—Mrs. Catherine. M-,- 76, Grantsville. SANCOUI.AS-Mrs. Effie, 92, Baltimore. TANSILL-Mrs. Edith L., 57. Baltimore, former resident. YOUNGBLOOD—John W., ,6S, of 110 Springdale Street, John W. Youngblood John 1 Washington Youngblood, 68, of. 110. Springdale Street, died suddenly yesterday.' A native of. Martinsburg, he was road, and resided in Cumberland minor, on Greenway Avenue be 35 .years. .He was a member of cause of a defeclive intersection Child Welfare Chapter Planned A m'eeting will be held tomorrow at 8 p. m. in Ihe council chamber at Cily Hall lo form an Alleganj County chapter of the Interna lional Council for Exceptiona Children, according to Miss Jean Camper, supervisor 'of special edu cation for the Board of Education Miss Camper said professiona people who work wilh handicappe< children.of various types as wel' as laymen interested in the wei fare of such children are invitee to.. attend. : Doctors, the staffs of the Health Department and Welfare Board as well as officials-of the Allegany County League for Crippled Chil dren and similar groups have .been asked to attend. '- . . Obituary f^». • np Oi' " City lohtop Pin-chase Of Program Ads The city isn't purchasing any more advertisements in programs An order introduced by Finance Commissioner John • J. Long ant approved • unanimously by the Mayor and Council today, bans the purchase of ads because'of the demand on limited funds in the Contingent Account lor municipal purposes. Two proclamations were approv ed. They are "AL Weeks" (Ainer ican Legion) October 20-November 1: and American'Education Week November 6-12, Council" extended to the end o Ihe 1955-56 fiscal year a'persona property tax . exemption for thi Cumberland Undergarment. Com pany. The exemption was original a'-'s'on 61 ~lhe^late- ; Adam and ly'granted-in".1946."-+.: .oulse. E.. (Wharton) Youngblood. tfe was employed as a carman for' Ihe Baltimore and Ohio Rail- the Brotherhood of Railroad Carmen and of Aerie 245, Eagles. Mr. Youngblood- is survived by his- widow, Mrs. Myrtle Edith (Light) Youngblood;- a daughter, Mrs. .lack F, Moore, this cily; live brothers, George W: Young- Dlood and Edward F." Youngblood jolli of Hagerslowo: Adam Youngblood, Pitlsburgh; Henry Youngblood, ' Marlinsburg, and Hairy Youngblood, Cresaptown; two sisters, Mrs..Samuel Trilapoe, Berkeley Springs, and Mrs. Hugh Alger, and Iwo grandchildren. The body is at the Scarpelli Funeral Home. Edmund J. Kean Jr. Edmund Joseph Kean Jr., 27, of 109 North Chase-Streel. died yesterday at the Victor Cullen Hospital. Sabillasville. He had been in ill health for the past six months. A native of Cumberland, he was a sori of Edmund J. and Nancy (Miller) Kean. A graduate of La- SauVHigh School, Class of 1946, he was a member of SS. Peter and Paul Catholic Church. Mr. Kean served in the Army from 1950 to 1952 and was stalion- ed in Germany. He altended Potomac State College, Keyser, and last May was named news editor of Ihe college newspaper. .A requiem high mass will be celebrated Wednesday at 9 a. m (Continued on Page 16) The- huge, vehicle, which went out "of control on Bedford Streel, struck-two other vehicles and the .laccabees Club building,. 24 Bedord' Ftreel, before coming . to a stop; : . ' City Officer Ernes't M..Powell >tated lhat an cxaminalion of Ihc ruck revealed a broken rear ''axlei rendered Ihe brakes useless. •" | Howard Hose, Bloomingten, owner of Ihe Iruck, was released on bond of $101.45 for permillihg lis vehicle to be operated con- :ra,ry to law. Brelsford slated that he was descending Bedford Street in the M block vicinity when he noticed had no engine compression and applied his brakes with no rc- ipbnse. The truck gained, momentum, and, completely.. brakeless,. shot across the BIO .tracks at Henderson: Avenue; miraculously missed • Ordered paid was $35 to Wil liam R. Gibson for. injuries sus tained • by Patricia Gibson, a The amount represenls half th: resulting medical expenses. Parking meter inspector Harry Whisner said collections the wee of October 9 were S713.S8 comparer to $681.95 Ihe week of October 3 or a decrease of 531.93. C. L. Brotemarkie, assistant su perintendcnt of the Evills Cree Water Company, reported the wa ter level at Lake Gordon' one too below the .crest of the spillway and 4 feet 6 inches below in Lab Koon. Water, consumption for th week ending yesterday was 80,500, 000 gallons compared to 100,350, 000 the same period a year ago. Revival Services Start At Church . Revival services are being helc each night at Top Holincs: Church, Martin's Mountain, at 7:3C wilh Rev. J. Royce Thomason Frederick, Okla.. as evangelist. The revival will continue througl Sunday, November 6. Song leade is Kalhleen Zimmerman, War fordsburg, Pa. Soil Group To Meet The soil conservation dislric supervisors for Allegany .counlj will meet Friday at 1 p. m. at th< office of County Farm Agent Jo seph M. Steger, according lo Ern esl Slider, chairman. P$CAivaits Year Report On Gas Rate The Public Service Commission :ias advised Ihe city it will report on the effect of increased gas rates here as soon as 12-monlh figures are available. Mayor Roy W. Eves said the cily wrole Ihc PSC October 7 asking an "accounting" of the increase of rates for the' C&A Gas Company which went into effecl in Oclober, 1954. He added'the city had promised lo look into the matter after a year had elapsed. The city wants to know; he said, if after a year under Ihe rale increase the gas company's anti cipated increase in revenues exceeded expectations. If revenues were more than expected, then the cily would ask for a reduction in rates, it was pointed oul. The PSC said il would communicate further with the city after it receives and studies the 12-month figures.. lilting Centre traffic as it crossed N. Street, and just beyond Liberly Street struck the rear end a car operated by Constable Van Fleet, 721 Lafayette and veered off that vehicle into a parked truck and bouncec back into Ihe side of the Van Fleet car again, damaging it to the extent of approximately S500 The heavy truck then turnec crossways in Ihe streel and struck .he Maccabees Building and stop- bed. ' Damage to the'building was estimated at 52,000 by Officer Powell who. investigated. No injuries were reported as a result ot the .runaway and collisions. . . Trio Arrested After Trying To Grab Girl Father Of Girl, 14, Assists In Capture . By Ramming Car A hearing was scheduled this afternoon in Juvenile Court before Magistrate Donald W. Mason for a 30-year-old area man ahd two teenage youths lakcn into custody yesterday after they allegedly tried to grab a 14-year-old girl and force her into an auto. 'The man faces a charge of contributing', to the delinquency of minors,.one of the youths in bein; charged with being a delinquent minor, and Ihe other with -violation of a parole previously imposed in the court. The three were taken into custody' last'night on North; Centre Streel when the. father of the girl, who. was looking for them, collided with a' car driven by one of the accused. ' ' •. In Trial Magislralcs 1 Court today Magistrale J. Milton Dicki ound (he,father not guilty, of a eckless' driving charge preferred >y city police. The accused were reported to have driven along the Willowbrook Road and, when they saw the girl, ipened the door and tried lo gel her into the car by force. However, she broke away from their grasp, according to police, md ran into the home of a Willowbrook Road resident, who called he police and gavo a description of the car. . The'father of the young girl got in his' car and attempted to 10- cate Ihe'car in which the trio v.^s riding. He saw the machine turn Tom Baltimore Streel into North Centre Street. Officer Royce Clayton, on duty al the intersection, noticed the car of the girl's father closely following the other car. When he overheard one of the trio say Dorsey's daughter to the House o Mountain Crash Injures Couple A Washington couple was admit :ed to Potomac Valley Hospital Keyser, early this morning with ajuries suffered when their automobile was involved in an accident with a Iractor-trailer on Laurel Dale mountain. Altaches idenlified the couple as Waller Hessen, 48. and his wife Mrs. Reva Hessen, 53. Bolh are scheduled lo have X-rays, taken allaches said, adding that the man sustained a head laceration, and his wife a probable broken wrist. It was reported Hesse'n was de scendinp the mountain when the wheels of his automobile became locked with the rear wheels of a trailer rig as Ihe Iwo vehicles were passing each other on a curve. The Keyser detachment of Wesl Virginia Stale Police is invesligat ing. Admitted to Potomac Valley yes terday was Mrs. Clarence Leatherman, of New Creek Drive, near Keyser. Mrs. Leatherman sufferec slight injuries in a two-car collision at the intersection of U. S. routes 50 and 220 south of Keyser. At laches reported her in "good" condition this morning. Froslhurg School Windows Broken Police in Frostburg are investigating the breaking of 22 window panes in the rear of Beall Elemen tary School over the weekend. Ralph R. Webster, superintendent of schools, said officials called him this morning to report Ihe vandalism. II is believed the win drnvs were broken .through Ihe use of BE guns. Two In Family Sentenced On Delinquency •Father Given \C4ir; Daughter, Another Girl Sent To Schools A father and his. daughter, along •ith another teenage girl, receive< entences this morning in Juvenile -ourt. . : Trial Magistrate Donald W, Ma on, who conducted Juvenile Cqur n the absence of Magistrate Mor is Baron, sentenced William Dor ey to one year in the Marylam louse of Correction on a charg if contributing to the delinquency if his minor daughter. . Magistrale Mason also sentenced "Keep going" he blew his whistle. About that time the second car rammed into the other machine, forcing it to stop near the curb. Coiuicil Gets Two Bids On Police Coats Two bids wers submitled lo Ihe Mayor and Council loday for 55 reefers (coats)) for the Police De partment. Bidding were Metro Clothes, $5< each; and Schwarzenbachs, $58.60 each or a total of $3,223. Bids ivere'referred to Police and Fire Commissioner William V. Keegan for tabulate and report. Council received acknowledgement from Governor McKeldin of a resolution the cily approved last week offering the state land for a new National Guard Armory and urging thai the present Armory be turned over to the city for a Community Center. McKeldin said the request woulc be given every consideration ir. preparing Ihe budget and capita 1 improvements for submission to the 1956 General Assembly. Council rejected all bids on a Iraclor for use on Ihe cily dump wilh the explanalion lhal funds are nol available for the purchase and an agreement has been worked out with tbe low bidder for leasing a machine on a monthly-renta basis. ABL Fund Drive Totals S5,460 The 1955 charities fund dri\'e the.Allegany Ballislics Laboratory has been completed wilh 95.1 per cent of the employes contributing This is an increase in percentage parlicipalion. A total of $5,460 was raised dur ing the drive. Ernest M. Pueschel, represent ing ABL; has entered a pledge o $3,750 to the Community Chest. Gas, Oil Drilling Meet Cancelled A meeting to study gas and oil drilling in the ar?a which had been set here''for October 25 has been cancelled,- Del. Free! B. Driscoll, (R : Allegany), announced today. ' Driscoll is a member of the committee named by the Legisla- burgh Plate Glass Company plant t ive council to studythe program, will start work next Monday, Octo- No definite/date has been set for Hie session but will 1 be discussed at n .meeting of the group later In Baltimore,': .! , Ilomemakcrg To Meet the Bowling Green Homemnkcrs Club will meet tomorrow aU p.m. nt St. Mark's Evangelical : He-, formed Church. Miss Mary ,\Vlsc, county demonstration agent, Will bc-a guest. I.OCAt, COLLEGE GROUP—The Cumberland irl-statc.arca Is well 'represented thl» year at Washington Colldgo/ChestcHown,-where , a native'Cumberland and former Allegany'High athlete,-Edward If. Athcy, Is director of athletics.' Shown with Athcy (extreme left) on the steps of one oMht cainpui bullrfinjs are Frederlch Showers,. Ridgcley, « freshman; Ronald C. Sisk, Cumberland, a senior: .William Davis, Beall High, Frostburg, graduate, a junior, and James Slglor, also of, Frostburg. a freshman. Robert Mu'ndono, (ccftter front), Is a graduate of Valley High. Ixmicphlng. Th* college has an icllvi alumni association In this area, • , ,• •; . • . jocal Bridge •; Contract Due for Approval Market Street Span Diseusseil; Ml. Airy Finn Is Low Bidder The Mayor and Council is ex- cted to award the contract next eek and designate which plan' is be used for construction of the 1 iw Market Street, bridge. £.\. Council entered into discussjpiT the. project this morning, prior: the regular meeting. , vai Read was a letter from 1 J. -E. reiner Company, Baltimore con-, llirig engineers, who recom-.. ended the contracl go lo Ihe low. dder, H. D.' Case Inc., of Mt. !ry, who bid $169,913 for Alter- lie Plan A and $176,963 for £i-, male B. The Greiner firm also- 'commedned Alternate A jbe,, sed. - ; ; The Case firm's work has been, itisfactory in all instances in- esligaled, Ihe engineering firm." Id the city. The company can proceed wilh. ic work on schedule regardless- 1 which plan is adopted. Under Iternatc A the bridge could ; be osed from March 5, 1956, ip° ctober 31, 1956, if weather con- lions are normal. There is ''a ood chance the bridge would J*. pen to traffic prior to October 31 epending on weather. ,-,. Under ' Alternate B, the span ould be closed from about No-ember 24 this year lo July '3"iy Good Shepherd School For Girls •nd another teenager to the Mon rose School For Girls. The sen ences were for an indefinite per od. Mrs. Dorsey fainled in court al er ^Magistrate Mason had passet sentence on her husband am daughter. The girls were arrested by De ective Joseph Slilcher of the Cit 'olice Department on October 1 after they had taken a wallet from vlrs. Vernetta Sanders, 329 Centra Avenue, in the rest room of th Queen Cily Slalion. The two girls, one 15 and th other 17, surrendered at Police Sta ion later in the day after havin ieen informed that they were bein iought for questioning. Detective Stitcher testified th: morning that he recovered $12 par ially covered with dirt in an alle ust off North Liberty Streel, short distance Irom police head quarters. Slilcher said the walle was later found floating in a'sewe in South Liberty Slreet. John H. Jeffries, probalion off :er, gave the records of the girls \iiss Elinor Westerlield of the Alle :any County Welfare Board, an 'rederick H. Sheeley of the Alle gany County Board of Education related the social history, of th wo girls. Magistrate Mason said the V •ear-old girl, mother of a ehil< vas placed on probation in Juvi nile Courl last June and again ir September. Both girls and Dorsey entere >leas of not guilty. Thomas Berrj ocal attorney, represented th .hree. State To Get Improvised CD Hospitals Earl D. Chancy, this city, ha jeen named area coordinator fo Western Maryland under a Civ Defense program which is brin; ing 20 improvised hospitals Maryland for use in event of wa Sherley Ewing, stale CD direc or, said delivery of the unils is c peeled within 45 days. Each w jrovide all equipment and supplii needed to convert any ; suitab juilding into a 200-bed emergenc hospital. A complete unit weighs 13 :ons, can be transporte 1 in single .van and would require aboi 15,000 square feet of floor space. Besides 200 cots, the equipmen includes thai for operating room a reception and sorting area, ste iiizing rooms, central supply are laboratory, pharmacy and X-ra It carries its own electric powe ;enerator and emergency wale lank. Ewingsaid the units will be sto ed at Springfield State Hospita Syckesville., Chaney's job will be to set ihrough the trucking industry ce tain firms responsible for Iran porting hospital units from Sycke ville to predetermined locations event of war. He is a member the committee, announced by C< Arthur L. Shrenve, state depu CD director, which is known Civil Defense Highway Transpo tation Committee. Ewing, said th?, hospitals are b ing purchased through a matchin fimds program whereby the sta and federal governments sha cost equally... . . ,, ChwsToMcet v . The Mizpah Bible Class o(. Fir Baptist Church wllVrncet. ibmorrn nt 7:30 p, m. at the^omo of Mr Cordon Miller, Cr.esaptown. 956, 'weather conditions are ormat and winter condilions , not 10 severe. : . -The Greiner firm said the tirhft s fairly tighl and because of the eriod . during which construction lust proceed it does riot appear kely the opening to traffic can be' ettered.. Ah award on this basis •ould increase the amount by 7,050 'for winter work. -The firm aid it believed this reasonable. • The Greiner letter noted' that Itrket Street will ' probably '.be" pen to traffic for two weeks long- ' under Alternate A than under \letrnate-B with'a good chance lat this two weeks period might e increased to six weeks or more, t should also be noted, the letter aid, that the major periods for raffic interruplion are during Ihe ow traffic winter months for AI- ernate B and the peak traffic ummer months for Alternate "A. Meeting with the Mayor and Council this morning was D.. P. fordan, vice president of the Case lompany. Details of the project and the effect of the project on he Queen City Brewing Company iperations at one end of (he bridge vere discussed.' Efforts will be made to accomodate Ihe brewery wherever possible in not disnipt- ng its schedules. Jordan met vvjlh -ouncil and officials of Ihe brew- iry later this morning. . Jordan told council he saw no 'eason why the project would not i.e completed on lime. ABL Revue Will feature Playlet The Rocket Revue to be present- d by employes of the AHegany Ballistics Laboratory on Saturday, )ecember 10, at Allegany High School auditorium .will include a ine-act play. Larry and Mary Helen Kahn, loth of whom have had consider-' ible dramatic experience and raining, will present "The Happy fourney," by Thornton Wilder. Presented in the somewhat unor- horiox manner of Mr. Wilder, Ihis )lay uses almost no scenery and elies upon Ihe dramatic talents of he. cast .to convey the imaginary •ettings. Essentially, the • story is a simple one, told with humor and understanding, and depicts a fam- ly drawing together in time of tragedy. Other members of the cast are Thomas Vose, Beth and Conrad )eHaven and Doris EIrick. If in Its BARBER — Mr., and Mrs. John 'M. .Jr., Washington, Va., a daughter 'October 18 in Warren Memorial' Hospital, Front Royal, Va. The molher is the former Miss Audrey Michael of Westernport:•" • BURKETT — Dr. and Mrs. \C. Paul, Hagerstown, a son Saturday in Washington County Hospital .there. The maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. J. 'E. Minnicks, 727 Hill Top Drive, and the paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Burkelt, LaVale. GUA.UM — Staff-Sgt. and Mrs. Glenn W., Cherry Point, N. C., twin daughters Oclober 20 in the Marine Corps base hospital there. The mother is the former Miss Jean 'Marie Kirtley, daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Kirtley, 811 Elmwood Lane. The paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gillum, Bedford Road. LYONS'— Mr. and Mrs. William C., Rockville, a daughter October 12. . The mother is the former Miss Margaret McMurda of Frostburg. - -.'•.SCOTT — Mr. and Mrs. Percy, Vale Summit, a - son today in Miners Hospital, Frostburg. SCREEN — Mr. .and • Mrs. : Ern«st N. Jr., Baltimore, a ion yesterday at University Hoipital there. The paternal .grandparents. are Mr. and Mri. E. N. Screei, Narrows Park.- • • .--, , -.''.••-,:..''. ETEOMA1ER — Mr. and Mn. ..-JIhbin.is..3W. Baltimore AvfBiie, a daughter yesterday M*S*ern Hea,rt Hospital, •:-'• „..'.
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