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FROSTBURG-KE And T r i - S t a I e A r e a i\ e w w E |||State Trooper Shows Film At (13) Evening Times, Tuesday, October 25, 1955 Program Set For Halloween Party Monday KEYSER— The program for the annual 'municipal Halloween party for children will get underway at 7 p. m,' Monday. The party is sponsored by Vigilant Reel and Hose Company, merchants and F/arious organizations. The children are to assemble at Keyser High School from where they will, parade from Piedmont Street, to North Main, to Armstrong to North Mineral and to (tip firp hall ii ic iiie iiaiia Center Street, in front of the fire hall, will be roped off. Prizes will be awarded for costumes and treats, will be given each child. Contests will be conducted on the first floor of the fire hall. These will include pie-eating, apple dunking, greasy .pole and rope climb- Later, a dauce will be held on the second floor of the fire hall, at which a Cakewalk will be presented. A hand-made quilt will be given away by the Sparky Fire Department. Another feature of the entertainment will be a contest for the prettiest, ugliest and most comical costumes in age groups of 'from two to six years, six to 10 years, 10 to 14 years and 14 and up. Paving Work Bids Received FROSTBURG-Bids for the paving of Depot Road were received at a meeting of the Mayor and Council last night. . . Due to the absence of otreol Commissioner John R. Hendley and City Engineer John Hartig, the awards will be made after the two have analyzed the bids. Bidders were l.iller Brothers, the Cumberland Contracting Co'm- pany and C. A. Liller. _ The group passed an ordinance rppnlatinp traffic nn the narking Talent -Show Set Tonight MT-A SAVAGE- The third annual county-wide talent show, sponsored by Mt. Savage School, will be held today al 8 p.m. in the school auditorium. Robert Martin, Cumberland radio announcer, will be master of ceremonies. Prizes for the event will be cash awards of $25. $10 and $5 for first, second and third place winners. Schools invited to send participants were -St. Mary's. Ursuline Academy, • LaSalle, Flintslone, Girls Central. Carver, Crcsap- town, Bruce. Valley, Beall, Allegany. Fort Hill and Oldtown. Judges will be Valgene Rouche, Cumberland, supervisor of music in Allegany County; Wilton Syckes, Cumberland, director of the Cumberland Symphony Orchestra, and Charles Sagger, Frostburg. music director at Frostburg State Teachers College. Brief Mention Arthur King, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gregory King, is a patient in Memorial Hospital, Cumberland. Fli* William F* MfiSOlGV IS 3 iJr. it imam FJ, iuu3«-iey 10 « medical patient in Sacred Heart Hospital, Cumberland. William L. Hamilton and daughter, Mrs. Rose Carney, returned to Lake Mohawk, N. J., after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles Winner. Mr. and Mrs. John F. Gallagher and Mr. and Mrs. Haymond Fannon-have returned from Hatboro, Pa., where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Green. Keyser Court Jurors Named KEYSER— Trial jurors for the present term of Mineral County Circuit Court have been drawn by the jury commissioners. They will report Monday before Judge Ernest A. See for the opening trial cases. Jurors are R. H. Slullenbarger and Goldic Streets. Elk District; George Hopkins, Piedmont Dis- Little Theatre Selects Play For Program FROSTBURG — The Little Theatre of Frostburg State Teachers College has selected the one-act play; 'Hands Across the Sea, ' by Noel Coward as the production lor Campus- Day and Parents Night. The cast includes Mary Wheeler, Leon Shumaker, Stanley Wilson, Sue Silcox, Thomas Richard, Eugene • Grassland, Virginia Fleigle, Gary Screen and Anne Lancaster. Members of the production staff arc Miss Dorothy Stone White, director; Laurna Cutler, student director; Ruth Scliade. costumes. Myron Wotring, Thomas Van Pell, stage managers; William E. Price, lighting, assisied by-Arthur Hugglestone and Charles Walsh. -Mary Ziler, Schuler Briggs, Carolyn Freezer, John Miller, scenic artists. • Sara Slick, Bonnie Hcnson, cochairmen, Clara Jane Martz, .Ian- ice Spessard, Judy Bramble, Sars Shane, Mqc Rice, June Bush, Louise Graham, Judith Snyder, Amelia Deihl and Eleanore Zimmerman, properties. Dolores Fancy, Cerol Keller, Sara 'Haste, and Susan Eader, make-up; Robert Hardman, David Dunn, and Jay Swett, publicity, and Marina Tuya, Charles Briggs and bally voncn, usners. Hyndman HYNDMAN The local Veterans of Foreign Wars Post will sponsor a 'Halloween parade Friday evening. Prizes will be awarded for costumes. The Sunshine Class of Hyndman United Brethren Evangelical Church held a Halloween social in the church basement last night. Miss Shirley Ann Stevenson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Stevenson, Frostburg, and Jack Owens, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Owens, here, vere married, Friday evening at the bride's home by Rev. C. E. Miller of Hyndman. Irene and Janice Shaffer have PTA Meeting MIDLAND-Slate Trooper liarry Boslcy showed a film arid presented a'talk on "Highway'Safety" tl a recent meeting of'Hie Parent- Teacher Association of Midland School, Trooper Boslcy pointed out ways parents could cooperate with the Slate Police to insure safe driving aiid said lie hoped driver's education would soon become a required subject in all high schools. David Williams gave, a report on the recent fire inspection of (he school and also commended the teachers for the way the school was vacated during the drill. The date of the.Parents Study Group was changed from the first Wednesday of each month to the Wednesday afternoon followSng each PTA meeting. Plans . were completed for a Hallowe'en Fun Night to be held Friday in the auditorium. The prize for having the most parents present was won by second grade. The prize for having the most fathers present went to third grade. Refreshments were served by| the home, room mothers of the " third grade. BUILDIXG TAKES SHAPE — West Virginia University's new $ Id-million basic sciences building is taking shape rapidly. Construction of the building, the first major unit in the new medical center, is keeping abreast of the sched- ule which calls for completion of the structure by next August. J: R. Hill, project manager of the Virginia Engineering Company, said exca- valion has begun for a teaching hospital which will adjoin the basic sciences building. Bedford Hospital Deficit PTA To Hold Attribute( | To Free Care Party r riclay [Moose Unils Plan Supper Thursday Court Upholds Use Of Radar » K On Turnpike '," BEDFORD - Judge Richard C. i Snyder has ruled that the use of' (radar in speed traps is legal in the first court ruling on '.lie controvcr- !siai : ssue. - ..' ! Judfie Snyder. after hearing tes-.-, •timony from electronics experts., land Slate Police, said he was satisfied (hat radar evidence is as ac-' ' curate a measure of speeding as', any other means devised. : | But he partially upheld thp '. • motorist who brought the case,— 1 ruling that the State Police ha,d , | failed to charge him with speed- : ing- ! Kenneth E. Demaresl, of Bed- , jford, RD 4.. brought the case in : County Court on an appeal from •the suspension ol his driver's li;cense. Although he had already paid a .justice ol" the peace's fine for driving too fast for condition- on the . Pennsylvania Turnpike, he con. tended that the use oi radar was iillegal and asked the County Court to return his license. Judge Snyder ruled that the driver should get his license back because, in his opinion the wrong charge was filed. State police have been using i radar on the Turnpike since 1953, lot on West Mechanic Street, limiting parking to two hours between 9 a. m. and 6 p. m.. Monday through Friday, and for the same period between 9 a. m. and 9 p. m. on Saturdays. A letter to the Mayor and Council from the Maplehurst Country Club was read, which ottered suggestions to eliminate double park- in; on Route 40. The letter, written by the board of directors of the club, was of- Icrcd with two objectives in mind: 1, to focus the public's attention upoii the problem, and 2. to make tile -task of proper enforcement lor traffic safely better under,*.-.|nod and more welcome. '•*"' The letter stated thai common trict: Hay Cook. Frank Walker, jaccepled positions with the Chesa- Picdmont District; Carl Dawson.ipcake & Potomac Telephone Coin- Edward Lawrence and Ralph| pany j n Washington. Brown, Elk District. Ray Cook, Kenneth Hollen, Carl D. StickJey, Cl D. Snyder, Jol F. Stafford, Oliver M. Rizer, Robert A. Whipp, Raymond Burner, double parkcrs Include cummer- ?'• '<>**•*• " rial vehicles, local and long dis- «"" Dls ." cl - tance buses, drivers waiting for R. L. Murray, Chester C. Coff- C. Hcrndon, R. 0. Taylor, Howard K. Arnold, Charles E. Blamer Jr., and Charles R. Schwinabart, New Creek District. Garland Cooper. Charles Metcalf, George Wilson, Gerald Rogers. Dow Fleming,. George Oats. Welton District. Harry Cumberlcdge. Slaggs.' J. M. Kuykendall. Joscph Stephano, Sandra Hollz, Jane Holler, Barlene Cook, and Kay Mangus are employed by the Western Union Telegraph Company in Washington. Billie Shroyer, Ruth Aberle and Bronya Ilollz are working in Washington with the Department! of Agriculture. Fred Willison is employed by the Capitol Air Lines in Washington. Harold Stair, a former graduate of the Hyndman-Londonderry High School is working for the American Rifle and Gun Company, Washington. WELLERSBURG — The annual Halloween parly and bazar sponsored by the Parent-Teacher Association of Wellersburg School will be held Friday. Plans for the program were completed at a re-| cent meeting at the new school. Homeroom mothers appointed by Mrs. Louise Murray included Mrs. Lewis Grimes, first and second irades; Mrs, Herman Slarkey, jthird and fourth grades: Mrs. Melvin Corley, fifth and sixth grades, Mrs. Ralph Ansell, seventh and eighth grades. Commillee chairmen named were Juno Moore, hospitality; John pi uma D OIni membership; Pauline Kennell, program; Ella Witt, re- PTA magazine. The resignation of Mrs. Nina 'eubiscr as secretary was an- iounccd. and it was decided io elect her successor at the next meeting. The principal speaker was Hev. Frederick Oberkircher, pastor of the Hyndman-Weilersburg Reformed Charge. A social followed the meeting. BEDFORD — Bedford County .Memorial Hospital will be some $16,000 in the red on free care costs but will continue to operate normally despite the absence of routine state appropriations to cover the care, Administrator Thomas J. Paden said. Paden said so far this year the hospital has given "free care' West Virginia o Tops Offense RICHMOND, Va. li>—West Virginia and Davidson, each with a 3-0 league record, lead the Southern Conference title chase and from the statistical standpoint it's Police Officer Resigns Before Starting Work WESTERNPORT — Gerald E. Guy, Wood Street, resigned as town 'Card Parties Planned FROSTBURG-Frostburg Lodge, PIEDMONT _ court Sancta Ma- 348. Loyal Order of Moose and!. o|jc D hters of Ameri . Chapter 221, Women of the Moose wjl , , h()|d (hc fjrst of g ser|es will held a supper Thursday at' 7:30 p. m. Each member is to bring a covered dish and a gift. Chapters from surrounding towns have been invited to attend. Proceeds will be donated to Mooseheart. Mary Nicht, college regent, will attend a meeting .of Baltimore! Chapter 55, Sunday, and partici-; pate hi ritual work. [of three public card parties Thursday at ?. p. m. at the Knights of Columbus Hall. Setback only will be played. costing $19,454. and that last year's police officer before.he began work* bil". was $20,000. jyesterday. He told Mayor Okey:g o |,]j er | n J.' rallcc Paden explained that normallyiE. Michael he intended to seeki ,-,,,,5,,,, „,,_!, <- F!nl . ,,_. nf much of the cost is reimbursedIcmployment elsewhere. hkisnii-Kaipn a. rink, son 01. by state appropriations. But thisl Guy was appointed to the posi- year, due to a political deadlock lion October 19 by the Mayor and Council, to succeed James Wilkinson Jr., who resigned, effective Saturday. Ellis Friend, a member of the street department, is temporarily filling the position. in Harrisburg on budget and taxes, $4,000 interim appropriation' and has no immediate prospect of receiving more. The hospital had requested 520,000 in state aid per year for the next two years, so that the $4.000 actual total given is $16,000 Council Designates short. Paden termed the state ap--. . . _ „ ... . propriotion "ridiculously low." ;"Trick-Treat INights Paden also said the Bedford County Commissioners so far have .,, , . . ..~ - , refused to give (he hospital any Monday will be observed as Trick funds this year toward the free or Treat" nights here, according care 'costs." He said they had to a suggestion by Mayor Okey Stanley E. Fink. New Creek Drive, is stationed in France with the European Communications Zone ;roup. He is the husband of Mrs. Margaret Fink, B Street. Chiggers are not insects, butj I eight-legged mites. Don't wait until you've had a loss to ask . . . "AM I COVERED?" HOLBEN AGENCY PHONE 63-J F«OSI8URS All FOKMS OF INSURANCE WESTERXPORT — Sunday and granted the institution $1,000 last E. Michael and the Town Corn- year, but that his efforts to per-|missioners. suade them to make a similar! Mayor Rodney Baker and the grant this year had run into a | Piedmont City Council made the "stone wall." jsame suggestion at a meeting last He said they had neither prom-i week. ised anything nor given anything this vear. Paden said simply 4-H Club Plans bale THE WATCH THAT'S EARNED 'We'll run a deficit" when asked where the money to pay for the free care was to come from in the FUNTSTONE — The Flintstone- Polish Mountain Girls 4-H Club met a recent evening at the home nn Main Street, and casual stoppers. A solution offered was mediate ticket (or double parking. Charles Alt, Jesse Elkins, berger, l.ercy absence of state or county aid in| of j, rs Chester Robinette. Plans sufficient amounts to cover it. lwere made [or the sale o[ cara ji c s He said the problem would pressj and chri j| mas carc j s . Dolores . - - , 'thcr area hospitals even worse.| Kjf(ir • ;)n() virf , ini ., Vance gave a ton, Ohio, visited relatives and t i ie circuit in total offense. David- He pointed out that Xason Hospitali demon5 i ra! : na on baking a yellow) Richard] Mrs. Bertha Pollock, Carrolton, easy to see why they are at the! l, Cabinjohio, and son. Jack Pollock.-Can-Hop. The .Mountaineers are tops inl JEFFRIES BROS. JEWELERS Charles Milton- Fleming. Charles Valentine. William Wilkinson, .Mr. and .Mrs. Price Hooker andj children, Baltimore, visited her] im Gerald Spangler, Leonard Boone, William Jewell. Clyde Simpson Largcnt, Franklin and Clarence Dislricl. Plans Open House FROSTBURG—Open house will Principal Addresses be held >/<; Teen Town following ihe .. . _ . r Halloween parade Friday evening. Child Study Group Prizes will be awarded for costumes. To Hold Services MOOREFIELD — Rev. FROSTBURG — John Manley, principal of Hill Street School, was the speaker at a recent meeting of the Child Study Group of Robert t nc school PTA, beld'at the school. parents, Owens. Irene Shaffer, Ruth Aberle, Harold Stair and Fred Willison, all of Washington, recently visited their parents. Kendall Bowers, Frank Berkheimer and Charles Close, students at Penn State University, spent the weekend with their parents. Miss Alice Harden, nurse at Mt. Sinai Hospital, Baltimore, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Harden. Garber and group. Harrisonhurg, j| rs William Fuller was ap- Va., will hold services at the As- pointed secretary by Mrs. John fembly of God Church at Kirby on L 0 gue, chairman ol the group. Thursday, November 3,' at 7:30 A children's Halloween party p. m. will be held Thursday from 1:15 to 2:30 p. m. at the school. Musical Reading Features Oakland Civic Club Meet Visits In Westernport WESTERNPORT — Mrs. Victor Returns From Visit Knapp, Arlington, Vs.. is visiting FROSTBURG-Miss Mary Eliza her brother-in-law and sister. Mr. Turner, 128 Frost Avenue, has re- and Mrs Smith Whitworth, Philos turned home from visiting in Avenue. Akron and Barberton, Ohio. Tnvn nt I.onteonlnr. Mftrjland * CA1I1 RECEIPTS AND nlSnl'RSEMENTS FOR THE TEAR KXnr.D JUNE 30. 19SS RECEIPTS T UJMS TAXES, PAID 1.1 ADVANCE Real Eitatc. personal.Property Public imllllM •••' 945. fid 17S.S9 336.35 l.tJI.M 29.17 U*s: DiicounU Allowed LOCALLY LEVIED TAXES Htll ElUK «nd P. P.. 135<-35 n.Jl E.t.lf. and P. P.. Prior yrari -TUHro.di .nd Public UlllltlM !.»••-» JBMlh",,'Corporations BB9.M ? Penalties and Interest on Delinquent Taxes 9,268.23 444.98 6.00 111.31 friends here. 'son is tops in total dciense. TOTAL OrfK.VSK Roarinj Spring had gotten^ 538.000 in previous years and said \, { Broadway and Mrs. James J1. Wejt Virginia , '2. Uavldion JpnrKC Washington file Citadel TOTAL DEFENSE jds per j }evidson 2. George Washington 3. West Virginia t. Virginia Tech 5. Richmond HUMMING OFFENSE it would probably face a deficit of | " " ! rr.orc than 530,000 under present i v conditions. !" Free care is all medical and other care given by the hospital for which the patient is unable to pay or is not covered by insurance, governmental programs, work- 1. West Virginia men's compensation or any other lll' 34 source, including charily. -j iime'Stationecl Tn Korea i ! ss'il ROMXEY—Pfc. David E. Avers. 174 - t 18. son of Mr. and Mrs. Emmanuel; Avers, is stationed in Korea with 1 (lie Seventh Infantry Division. He; is a 19.12 graduate of Romney High 2. Richmond 3. George Washington 4. The-Citadel 5. Virginia Tech RUSHING DEFENSE iftlTfE.!*-::::::::::?::::... i,» r ™... 3. Virginia Tech 116.2| s:S^hmonr" 11 !^".:::::::::::::S; r» Army Maneuver PASSING OFFENSE 2. Weil Virginia 84 51 ^urman 83 29 Vra. i- Mary M 32 ,'». Tech 50 23 PASSING DEFENSE 214.29 2,017.% 131.25 OAKLAND—Miss Dorothy Stone White, teacher of English and theatre at Frostburg State Teachers College, was featured at a luncheon meeting of the Civic Club this afternoon at the William- James Hotel. Miss White presented a musical j i eta. ~w«9htiuion «s 21 reading. "King Robert Of Sicily."H; ^i,™' 1 ". 1 ?..""""i: S 28 from Talcs of the Wayside Inn. by \. Va. Tern 86 « Henry Wadsworlh Longfellow. Her PUNTING ^ ^ piano accompanist was Mrs. Mary i. Virginia Bollino, piano instructor at the ~ "'• Vs - • ,. • 3. runnan College. |(. Richmond The program was arranged by'5. GCO. w»» -Mrs. Ralph Weber, chairman of the literature and poetry department, .yrs. Mary K. Williams, president, was in charge of the meeting and the business session. Committee on arrangements included Mrs. William DeWecse, Mrs. Arthur Jones and Prills. 179.2 J78.4 ROMNEY — Pvt. James 0. Shawen, son of Mrs. Sue M. Shawen, will participate in Exercise Sagebrush in Louisiana as a member of the 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment. It's Coming... Very Very SOON! Big Big Sayings Peach, apple, plum and pear trees, and strawberry and raspberry plants, technically are mem- 7x2.hers; of the rose family. 3S.3 .15.9 36.7 SUte Income ; Corporallon Franchise Race Tracks Financial Corporations Alcoholic Beverage Permits -•-•• Traders Licenses .Motor Vehicles (Gwollne) State Roticls Commission 4.4W.16 Motor Vehicles (Ucenws) Dtpt. of Motor Vehicles • U99./5 90.56 U44.50 1,850.48 IWoinhle Placed iOn Reserve List Sunday Movie Tax PERMITS •; . . Parking Meters a d Privlle.e, J.WI. FINES Magistrate! • Parkins and MUcellanemij Alltiany Counly, lor U»e °< Simla SSrSwirtMiici'iii'cHyH Wllhholdlm Tases - Employee. BALANCE ON HAND, JULY 1. 1954 . In Bank Office Fund — ^-•••• ; J51.04 4I.SS 3M.65 J,SB4,M 4.51 146.00 743.02 BALTIMORE «v-The Baltimore Colts today put halfback Royce famble, former North Texas State [ar, on their injured reserve list. Wamble reinjured ar knee in Sun- ay's National Pro Football League lash with the Washington Hodkins. Putting him on the injured cserve list makes him unavailable or a month. The Colls said they ladn'l decided whether to seek an- ithcr offensive halfback to fill his lace on the active player roster. fi.094.SS so.oo .•"• ..-.'... niimitiscMCNTs 8.;!£tti^^ MHltaUM* ol BulldlM", Bridie, infl Slreet. .;.. ; J.MT.a p.jrnMt «n Bank Ix>»n V...;....-.., ",000.00 Inuriat m Borrowed Money. .---.i .•••; 15 »' M FMiMBti to Internal Revenue, lor Emplojee. Incomt - _ • Tix. nwl Social Security ••••• '• •' '••>•<' IMS W«l«r Bill, paid In advance-.: ••••• V 0 ' 1 " USANCE ON HAND - JUNK 30. 19J5 • In IiMk -....;...""•.. '••!-. • ofil™ KunH. 841.1M.2I Exhibit K 1.11.5(9,27 M.M IMOJ.S4 - -, (4MU.lt KiipKlfully Aubmltled, HOBKB.T B. THOMAS, City Clltk TRA Officials Meet In Miami December 5 MIAMI, Ha.—wi—General managers and officials from the coun- DeWecse, (] y s nia j or race tracks will meet! Mrs. Ralph in Miami on Dl>c 3 f or t ne 14(1,' annual TRA meeting. : Highlight of the dinner to be held on the final night, Dec, 8, willi be Ihe awarding of honors to owii-j crs of the leading horses of the 1955 campaign. Experts estimale that Maine has Lost: Yellow gold ladies Elgin Wrist Watch between Beall Elementary School and Bowery Street, rhone Frostburg, 233-R. Adv.—Ocl.-N-T-25 Await... 10 times as many doer, as when tiic first white settlers arrived in! Mic state. PALACE THEATRE Last Day "The McOonnell Story" TYSJO'THEATRE" ! Lait Day "ETERNAL SEA" Evangelistic Services Vale Summit Methodist Church Tueiday, October 25 Thru Friday, No*. 5th — Nightly at 7:30 Spiritual Sincing - Gospel Preaching Special Music .Spanker: Rav. John Wesley Webb Pallor •( Sruorl Drurl, V>. MolKodltl Chiir<h •nd Tirmtr ••ilcir ol. V«l« Summit Church ,.' Every Man! Every Woman! A Grand Old Fashioned ANNIVERSARY SALE Is Going To Break Soon Watch Tomorrow's Cumberland NEWS and TIMES «%•-•«

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