Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 31, 1955 · Page 7
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LocdV '. i'..'.'. ,.-...'••.. '.:• •, i' Comic* !•»• , Cltutilitd The New$paptr For Th0 Horn* ArWmber AuociofM Pr%u MONDAY, OCTOBER 31; 1955 Second Section Polio Vaccine Program Will Resume Nov. 1 Children Will Get Second Dose Salk . "' Vaccine In Schools 9 The Allegany County.Health De parlment announced today that th ' • polio vaccine program will be re Monday at public an parochial schools. • Dr.; winter R. • Frantz, hcalt officer, said the children • who re ceived the first inoculation las spring will be given the sccon dose between November 7 December 12 at the schools. Consent slips, to be distribute 8t the schools, will be taken horn by children so their parents ca sign them for the-inoculation pro cedure. . The first dose of the Salk vac cine was given last spring t children. in the First and Secbn grades of school. Dr.'Frantz sai the children are now in the Sccon and Third grades and they will b ' tiie only ones to get the Salk vac cine under the program. , 1 The' polio vaccine program wi. .start next Monday at 9:30 a. m at Hammond Street School, Wesl ernport, with the Luke'School bejn visited at 1:30 p. m. Hill Street Frpslburg, at 9:30 a. m. and th College Laboratory School,. Frosi burg, at 1:30 p. m. Tuesday, November 8 — Ham mond Street, 9:30 a. m.; Peter's parochial, Westernport 1:15 p. m., and Beall Elementarj Froslburg, 9:30 a. m. Wednesday, November 3—Penn sylvania Avenue, 9:30 a. m. am Beall Elementary, 9:30 a.m. Thursday, November 10 —Penn sylvania Avenue, 9:30 a. m. am McCoole .School, 9:30 a. m. • Monday, November 14 — Johi Humbird School, 9:30 a. m., am SI. Michael's Parochial School Frostburg, at 9:30 a. m. Tuesday, November "S—Columbia Street, 9:15' a. m. and Centra School in 9:30 a. m Wednesday, November IS—Mid land School, 9:30 a. m.; SI Joseph's Parochial School, Mid land, 1:30 p. m., and LaVali School, 8:30 5. in. Thursday, November 17 — Ml Savage School, 9:30 a. m., St. Pat rick's Parochial School. Mt. Sav 'age. 1:15 p. m.: St. Mary's Par ochial School, 9:30 a. m. Friday, November 18 — Centre Street School, 9:30 a. m. and Mt Koya! School, 9:30 a. m. Monday, November 21 — Barton School, 9:30 a. m. and Johnson Heights School. 9:30 a. m. Tuesday, November 22-St. Pat rick's Parochial School here, 9:3C a. m., and Johnson Heights, 9:30 a. m. Monday. November 28 —' Corri ganvillc School, 9:30 a. m. and Ellerslie School, 1:15 p. m. Tuesday, November 29 — Wcs Side School, 9:30 a. m.: Flintstonc School. 9:30 a.'m.. and Oldtown School, 1:30 p. m. Wednesday, November 30—Wcsi Side School, 9:30 a. m. and Piney Plains School. 10 a. m. Thursday, December 1—Crcsap (own .School, 9:30 a, m. Friday, December 2 — Cresaptown School, 9:30 a. m. Monday, December. 5 —Gepharl School, 9:30 a. m. and Carver School. 9:30 a. m. Wednesday, December 7 — SS Peter and Paul Parochial School, 9:30 a. m. and East Side School, 9:30 a. m. Thursday, December 8 — SS Peter and Paul Parochial School, 9:30 a. m. and East Side School, 9:30 a. m. Friday.' December 9 —Parkside School in LaVale, 9:30 a. m/ Monday, December 12—Virginia Avenue School, 9:30 a. m., anc Eckhart School. 9:30 a. m. Groups Plan County 'MD' FundDrive . Plans for the annual fund-raising campaign for the Muscular Dys trophy program" in Allcgany county are 'progressing. The drive will be held during Thanksgiving week. Members of the Cumberland .Fire Department.will lake part in the campaign under the direction of Fire Chief Virgil A..Parker. Volunteer fire companies in Allegany Counly under.the direction of David Kirk, past president of .the Allegany-Garrctl' County -Volunteer Firemen, will conduct the drive in their respective communities.' '.. Thomas .Kilduff and Victor M, Hcbb arc co-chairmen of mittec which will contact orzaniza tfons'fbr donations. It is planned to send letters to the groups requesting donation from their char ity funds. . •-.•'• James-Robertson, manager of Hie local Social Security Administration offices, is. handling the publicity, for the campaign. ' Robertson;..said-.muscular dystrophy has 'been diagnosed", as the disease an "eight-year-old Allcgany county boy'has contracted. The chili).was.examined at Children's Hospital; Baltimore, last week and the diagnosis made'by physicians there':-,: ,-' : '"'.-• .' Ho also said the Allcgany county fund drive has resulted .in .» 58-. year-old Garrett county woman, afflicted with .the"disease, being provided ,with.« wheelchair. Two- children In'the--Burlington area er». : also befog assisted.'--. '.'" ; • The'(Iremish will place coin. con- tainers-In'business places for do- .nations, •'.••• PRIZE WINNERS—Among the prize winners at the Halloween celebration Saturday night sponsored by the South Cumberland Business Men's Association, left lo right, were Judy! Castle, .prettiest costume; Kevin Brian Keith, two- .month-old boy being held by'his mother, most unusual coslume; Kim Colley Keith, four-years- old, (standing'in .front of his mother) who'won a prize several years "ago, and Charles'Clyde Plummer, six-years-old, funniest costume. Call Meeting At Frostburg On Parking Representatives of Froslburg civic and business groups will dis cuss, the problem of double park ng on Main Street there at a meeting in the Froslburg City Hal at 8 o'clock tonight. The-principal reason for the 6es ion, called by- the Mayor and Council, is the danger to motorists rom runaway trucks or other ve licles which .get out of control on Big Savage mountain. The tragic accident of October 9, when a runaway track careen d through Frostburg at speed up o 100 miles an hour, motivalei 'rpslburg 'officials lo call Ihe ses ion. • • The runaway tractor-trailer nar owly missed several vehicles on Iain Streel during its harrowing en mile journey which ended in -aValc wtih the crash which took ivc lives. The Froslburg Police Depart ucnl has begun steps to eliminate iouble parking on Main Street. Nt loublc parking will be allowed al ;ny time and police have desig latcd parking places at the curb or buses which pickup and dis harge children altending St. Mi hacl's Parochial School on Main itrcct. Police Chief Lloyd Truly said a Ian will be presented at tonight's neeting to eliminate double park- ng of the Greyhound bus when it akes on or discharges passengers ear the Gunter Holcl, also on lain Slreel. Stale Senator Charles M. See has otified Froslburg officials he. will Uend the meeting. Safely committees of various or- anizations and the Maplehurst lountry Club directors have also een invited. It is'hoped to have everal. Stale Roads Commission fficials attend so.-they can give le latest information on progress f plans, to curtail or eliminate-the unaway truck hazard.- The Mayor and Council will meet rior to the traffic session lo con- ucf the'regular Business.- Vfasoiis Hold Ladies Night The .York Rite Masons of the umberland area held -a Ladies fight program Saturday, at ,Ali ihan Shrine .Country Club-with a inner and entertainment' follow- ng. .-, •-', U. S. Sen. J. Glenn Beall, toast- iaster for., the. dinner, introduced le officers of the" various Ma- onic units. • , V T. . -.Saundra Hill, accompanied '. by Irs. George P. Ord at the piano, ang several,selections.- Ronald ichardson. played trumpet nurri- ers accompanied by. his father, ance' Richardson, ,at the. piano. Nat Dantzic presented a minstrel eiformance, "The Georgia ,Cotin Blossom." ••• • '• , • • -,Rita Miller, Carole Reed, Marti. Hamilton, .Delores Shank and iriies. W.'Hagef 'presented vocal elections. Miss Virginia Fatkiri ac- »)npaniedf on the., piano!' Miss aith ;"G.arrctt,.',of the Slcckman ancc"Studio,' performed 'several outiiics.V ""•'"'.'.'-.-. ' ' ::-' Jialph Guy Shipley was chair; lan of the event, and Donald Kce- auvcr master of 'ceremonies for ic entertainment. - ..i - . FW Po»i;To;Hold;: J pecial Election '''.' '•• Henry Hart Post i«J,' Veterans Foreign<W»rs',^wlll hold a spe- al election, at its. meeting tomor- JW at'd p. m" at the Pbst'Home. Trustee and quartermaster va- *nclei>ir«.to-b«.filled, . •• , Obituary BORROR-Daniel W., 74, Peters bur'g. • • COOPER—Martin, 84, Parsons. FELKER—Mrs. Amos, 48, Eckhart. GALLOWAY—Mrs.. Rhea,. .Wash ington, nalive of Lonaconing, GIBSON—T. A., 81, Parsons. LIPPOLD—Mrs. Mary T., 85, o! - 502 Fayelte Street. LITTEN—Frank C., 66, of 489 Goethe Street. O'ROURKE—Mrs. Patrick A., 58, Frostburg: PARRISH-Mrs. James A., 57, Baltimore, formerly-of Keyser. RUCKJIAN-Miss Anna I., 80, Romney. SEARS—Mrs. Oscar W., 81, Keyser. . SMITH—Mrs. J. M.. 83, Keyser. VERLY—Mrs. Lydia, 87, of near Bayard. -. WILT—Benjamin L., 72, Westernport." Frank C. Lltlcn Frank C. Litten, 66, of 489 Goethe Street, a City Water Department employe, died of a heart attack yesterday. He became ill of what he beiiev ed was indigestion, according to Dr. H. V. Dcming, deputy county medical examiner, and was taken to Sacred Hearl Hospital where lie was pronounced dead on arrival. Mr. Litten has been employed by the city for aboilt 10 years: He was born in Cherry Run, W. Va., a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. George W. Litten. Surviving are his widow. Mrs. Margaret (Mooney) Lilten: daughter. Mrs. Arthur Johnson, city; a son, Frank Litlcn, city: a brother, Clarence Lilten, Romney, W Va.; a half-brother, Harry Lit ien, and a half-sister, Mrs. Marshal! Starliper, both of Cherry Run. six grandchildren and a great- grandchild.' The body is at th'e George Funeral Home. Services will be. conducted Wednesday at 10 a.m. at the funeral wine by Rev. Lawrence P. Landrigan. pastor of SI. Mary's Calh- (Continucd on Page 14) Press Group Pays Tribute To Cornwell Former West. Virginia. Governor John J. Cornwell; who publishec the Hampshire Review al Romney from 1890 until his death two years ago, is one of two named to the West Virginia Journalism Hall of Fame. The other is Nathaniel P. Willis Who founded the weekly Potomac Guardian and Berkley Advertiser at Shepherdstown in 1790, - the state's first newspaper. Election was announced at the annual dinner of Ihe West Virginia Press Association which closed- its convention at Huntington on Saturday. Cornwell was chief executive of the stale from-1917 to 1921 and after leaving the .governor's man. sion served as general counsel for :he B&O Railroad until his retirement in 1946. Willis, born in New England in 1755, founded (he independent Chronicle in Boston in 1776 and fought h the Revolutionary War. He moved his Shepherdstown newspaper :o Martinsburg in 1791 and pul iislicd there until 1799 when he moved to .Chillicothe. 0. The Press Association named Charles Hodc!, president of the Beckley Newspapers Corporation, as president. Ralph E. Fisher, editor of the Moorefield Examiner, was reelected vice-presidenl for weeklies. Lakes Below Crest Lake Gordon is one foot two nches below Ihe crest of the spillway and Lake Koon five feet Iwo nches below, a reporl by C. L. Brotemarkle', assistant superintendent of Ihe .Evitts Creek Water Company, to Ihe Mayor and Council shows today. Water consump- ion for the week ending yesterday vas 84,690.000 gallons compared to 93,760,000 the same week a year ago. Council Acts QnTwoRec Appointments Van Saul Badminton Instructor; White Basketball Custodian Two Recreation Department ap- ing. . . L. E: (Red) Van Sanl was named badminton 'instructor at, $4 a session, and F. Wayne White basketball custodian • at . $1 a session. Appointments were in accord with recommendations of (he Cumberland Recreation. Board. Council enacted a " number of routine matters. Several, easement purchases , connection with the Cumberlarid- Ridgeley flood control project were approved. Thcy'were Jesse .1. and Edna Pearl Moore; Mooris Kline, James 0. -arid Ada B.' Kearns; Pearl Damm; Louis B. and Pearl M. Hoffman. .••••• The following refunds were authorized for overpayment of taxes: Ora Marie McElfish;. $53.18; First Federal Savings and Loan for Ernest H.'Geare, $73.20; Edward Shrader of Romney, $4.50; and ah ' order authorized'payment of $5.20 bipld ! n; by forcing a basemen w'ndnw, bill it has not been learn ed how the cabinet was- onened. I jore no marks of having bee 'orced. .. .'.''• West Virginia State Police Probe Theft N Approximately $4-00 Taken From Cabinet In Keyser Office KEYSER—State Police here are pointments received approval of investigating, the recent theft of the Mayor and Council this morn- approximately $400 'in cash and checks 'from a metal cabinet in the Slate Roads Commission's office on North Mineral Street here. Mortimer W. Gamble, District 5 chief engineer, in revealing today that the checks and : cash are missing, denied that the theft involved the so-c?llcd "flower' fund" of the commission. • . • • • The certified check represented .hr .sale of junked storage batteries, $30 of the cash .was received roni/thc sale of junked tires, $80 represented rental of a building on property owned by the corr.miss'ori. and another undisclosed sum was Truck Driver DieslnCrash On Mountain Another in a series of fatal trat tor-trailer accidents in the tri-sta area took place today about 7 a. n on Allegheny Mountain near Oi ego, W.-Va., when a big rig crash ed to kill the driver. The driver, was . Robert E Quickel, of York Pa., who was -p crating a vehicle owned by th Pcnn-Dixie Transfer Company, o York. The big tractor-trailer wa loaded with canned goods, accort ing to West Virginia State Police Cpl. 0. G. Webley, stationed a Elkins, is investigating the mishap fhe rig was descending the moun lain, which is more than 3,000 fee nigh, when the acciden -took placi The body of Quickel was taken I the Schaeffer Funeral Home- i Petersburg; At the time- of th crash the vehicle was headed i the direction of Mouth-of Seneca, from a closed-out account of a.BulIdozcr Falls On political organizatunr-that disband-1 • •' ed several years.ago, according to Gar, Killing Two Men . Gamble. All. of the money, was in a bo n the locked metal cabinet! It ha been determined that the'party o norties responsible entered th to Lillian G. Sell for an overassess-- inent. ' • : Two other financial orders passed were 55,925 to Robert T. Regester as. Ihe eighth payment for .supervision of construction at Ihe new ievrage- treatment plant; and S30 to' Western Maryland Railway for preparation of an agreement and "irst year rental on railway properly through which the pipe line to Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company will run. The regular payroll order • was approved and checks will be issued city employes tomorrow. Parking meter inspector Harry Whisner said collection increased S4.06 on.receipts of $68135 the week of October 16 compared. to S636.01 the week of October 23. A license to operate a used car lot was granted Harold Waingolc at a' Dingle Hill. location, contin- ijenl upon approval by the Slale Roads Commission. Heavy Frost Hits Section The second killing frosl of Ihe year slruck the area last night as :emperatures tumbled below freezing. The Garrelt county "icebox" again .lived up to its name and vas the coldesl spot in the state vith a reading of 22 degrees. R. E. Weber, official observer said "frost was so thick it looked like a snow- slorr.1." Lasl night's reading at Oakland was the" low for the year. On Oct ober 24 and 25 there was enough snow to show on the ground, anc on October 16 the area had snow flurries. Cumberland also' experienced 'rost and a low reading of 28 de- ;rees. Yesterday's high was 61 while at noon today it was 43. The Weather Bureau said Ihe change in temperature was caused jy a "well developed cold front" vhich passed over Maryland. The bureau. said quite heavy rosl can be expecled in inlerior and cenlral portions of the state omorrow. The weather ^forecast for Allegany and Garrett follows: Clear, :ool tonight with frost in the in- erior. The low reading is expected o be 26 to 35 degrees. Tomorrow vill be fair and warmer in the afternoon. 'ood Distribution Federal surplus food will be dis- ributed to qualified residents of he Ridpcley area tomorrow at the lome. of Knobley Mountain Post, American Legion, between lours of 10 a. m. and 4 p. m. the Piedmont Hi Student Fount] Dead On Road A J6 r year-oid Piedmont 1 yout was found dead "last riighl of < self-inflicted gunshol wound of th' iicad. Chief of Police Richard Keyes of .Piedmont, identified the'victii as Richard Shillingbung, a sopho more student at Piedmont Hig School, who had been residing wit an uncle and aunt,' Mr. and Mrs Thomas Hanlin, 108 West Piedmon Street. The boy's body was spoiled -ju: off a road, about 500 yards froi where he resided, by a passin motorist, Faul-M. Farris, RD 4 Keyser. Farris notified Chief Keye as soon'as-he investigated an found Ihe boy dead! f The youth had shot himself i the right temple with a 12-gaug shotgun which belonged lo hi uncle. Investigation showed tha shillingburg had come home earl asl night from "trick or trea^t ing." His uncle and aunt tol Chief Kcyes he had gotten up from >ed at aboul 9:30 p. m. and in formed them he was going to ge a drink of water and would sleep downstairs. His body was found about an hour later. The Hanlins were un aware that he had left the house The youth, in failing health lately had informed friends thai his heai "hurt." During the past summer Shi! lingburg was employed at th municipal swimming pool as ; basket boy, Chief Kcyes stated. H> "leld membership in Pentecosla Holiness Church, Piedmont. He was a son of Emory Shilling jurg, Piedmont, and Ihe late Mrs Elizabeth Shillingburg. The body is al the Fredlocl 'uneral Home, Piedmont, where services. will be conducted Wed nesday al 2 p. m. by Rev. Rex Hoffman, paslor of Penlecosta ioliness Church. Interment wil ic in Queens Point Cemetery Keyser. An inquest will be held Wednes day at 4:30 p. m. at the office o iladalyn Bazzle, Keyser, acting Mineral county coroner. Assisting with the investigation vas Piedmont Officer Charles Spiker and Troopers Charles Oliver and Richard Long of the Wes 'irginia State Police detachmen at Keyser. 'NEW*'STORE'OPENS—The newest store on Cumberland's "Main Slcm". opened Ha doors this. morning. , The new , business is "Hlrsch's", a wqmcn't.and.children's at 7? Haiti- more Street. Mr, and Mrs. Adolph llirsch are owners. Gifts Were prcscnfcd visitors at the opening. The front'of'the now store Is ; In pink marble wilh matching neon sign, . "MORGANTOWN, W. Vp Monongalla •• County ' men wet killed and another was injurec 1 t ay on U. S. 119 when a bulldoze dropped off a truck onto their ca Sheriff Clarence E. Johnson sa Ihe dead were Ernest Chase an Fete Gentle. In critical cbnditio in a Morgantown hospital John Chase, brother of Ernesl. A three are from: Ihe Everellvill seclion of Ihe county. The sheriff said first reporl were skelchy but Ihe car apparen !y collided wilh'- a trailer true hauling a bulldozer and Ihe bul dozer dislodged and dropped ont the car; The mishap occurre about 7:30 a. m. on a curve of th highway five miles south of here Judge Calhoun To Return To Bench Soon MOOREEIELD — Judge Harla M.- Calhoun, presiding judge of th 22nd Judicial Circuit for 19 years was back home today after a bou with pleurisy and a week in th hospital. - " ; The veteran jurist, who was last Tuesday, was stricken Oc 20 while presiding over a civil cas in the Pendleton County Courthous at Franklin. He was taken to Rockinghan Memorial Hospital in Harrison burg, Va., and it was first reporle he had suffered a. mild heart af tack. - .' : But later tesls showed no hear (rouble. Judge Calhoun said hi doctors diagnosed his trouble a "pleurisy and fatigue." The judge said he expects to re turn lo his judicial dulies, whic cover Hardy, Pendleton and Hamp shire counties, within the week or ten days. He said he was feeling so muc betler, he plans to attend th George Washington-West Virgin! football game this Friday night i; Washington. ' • Trio Paroled In Theft Case KEYSER — Three local resi denls, one. a woman, were placei on three years parole this morn ng by Judge Ernest A. See afte he had sentenced each to one-to .en year terms in the state pen! tenliary. on charges of breakin; and entering and theft. • Oliver • Houdersheidt, Frederic Hartman and Mayme Jones en .ered guilty pleas this morning be 'ore Judge See on the charges o breaking into a. beer warehous and stealing a number of cases o the beverage several weeks ago Condilions of parole. Judge Se slipulated, were that-the trio re 'rain from.alcoholic beverages, b of general good behavior and b lome by midnight. The Irio was also ordered lo pay .he courl costs and the cost of th ;tolen -beverage, valued at approx unafely $20. Dealers Parley At Hotel Tonight Approximately 50 Amoco dealers and employes of the Cumberland ri-slale 'district are.expected t atlend a meeting today at 8 p. m at the Fort Cumberland Hotel, ac Cording to J. J. Schmidt, Cumber and branch • manager . for the American Oil .Company. The meeting will -be conductcc y four representatives from the iallimore.,division, office, J, E ililler, sales promotion 1 manager, -N. Taylor; accessories . man ager, and W. C. Roben and L. 0 iVarfield, automotive, .engineers 'he purpose of the meeting is to iive dealers and their employes details of .a new motor oil. : ^iiniberlandcr Fined,, ailed In Frederick ', FREDERICK-Clifford Ft. Nick, ho had several aliases and gave is .address as Cumberland, was rrested by City Police early Sat- rday morning after he. was ob- crved.going the .wrong 'way on /cst Patrick Street, and charged ith operating on txpired tags and assessing no ..operator's : license, leading guilty In'court he was ncd $50 on' each charge, and cntenced to 30 days In jail in demit of fine on each charge. ' Accepts v$ 'Alternate B' | Bridge Plan Market Span To Be Built By Ml. Airy Construction Firm The city has approved the "Al- ernatc B" plan for the new Martet Street bridge and awarded the contract to II. D. Case, Inc.. of Mt. Airy, low bidder. , Case bid $179.903 on the "B" )lan which is $7,0^0 higher than he "A. 1 The difference in the two . plans involved the time the bridge would be closed.' Under the. plan adopted by the city,, the bridge will be closed irom November 24 thi; year, to July 31, 1956, if weather conditions are normal. • ,With good weather the contrac- :or might complete work earlier, Street Commissioner William H. Buchholtz, who introduced the order, said. "Alternate B" was adopted since it would have the effect of Ihe two plans on operations of local industry in the bridge area.. Starting dale of the bridge .work is contingent upon steel deliveries. Council also introduced an ordi; nance calling for the closing of 123.3 feet of an unnamed alley connecting Elizabeth and Elder streets in Walsh Addition. Com:.missioners were named to assess damages, if any. They are James 3. Reinhart. Carl Schmutz-.and. Howard M. Spiker. _ . Water Commissioner William/J.' Edwards was authorized to adyer- ise for bids for the scaling"ahd Minting of water tanks in _ the; Kdgedale seclion, Braddock RoajJ arid Fort Hill. ""~; ; . A proclamation was issued nam- ng November' 6-11 as "Optimist IVeek." Police Coats T Material Willffi Undergo TestS Samples of materials submitted jy two bidders on 55-police'coats (reefers) for the Police Depart': ment will be sent to a testing-lab; •atory before a contract award^s made. - Police and Fire Commissioner William V. Keegan toldjhe Mayor and Council this morning that he rapes to have a decision by next. Monday. Personnel of the department have complained about some oL the .uniforms, he said, and added hat material takes a bad beating because it is worn .five days a veefc. Metro Clothes was the low bidder last week wilh $54 per uniform. Schwarzenbach's submitted a bid of $58.GO or 'a total of $3,223 [or the 55 coals. Prior to today's meeting of council, Keegan discussed informally vilh city officials his plan to hire 'ive policewomen to handle school raffle. Most of the lalk concerned methods of financing the hiring of he five. Keegan and Police Chief R. Emmett Flynn pointed out the women vould cost Ihe cily aboul $5,000 for a complele .fiscal year. This would nclude about $.4,200 for salaries and the remainder for uniforms. Towler Elected 3y Hotel Group BALTIMORE Wi — Richard Buter of Perryville has been elecled iresident of Ihe Maryland Hold- men's Assn.. Other officers named at the issociation's meeting here last veek were Otis B. Clements, Balmore, vice presidenl; Harry Gil- icrt, Baltimore, • treasurer and' Villiam Conroy, Baltimore, secre- ary, • . Six directors elected were Albert 'ox, Baltimore; Norman Wolfe, \nnapolis, J. L. Towler, Cumberand: Philip Ward, Salisbury; Arey 0. Sica, Hagerstown, and H; Velson Busick, Baltimore. Mirths IARNEY—Mr. and Mrs. Thpmas E., 16 Race Street, a son" yesterday at Memorial. Hospital. BRADENBURG — Air. and"'Mrs. Joseph D., Allegany Grove, a.son yesterday at Miners Hospital, Frostburg. . '"." • GRUBB-Mr. and Mrs. Clyde'.W'.', Everett, Pa., a son this morning at Memorial Hospital.•'_ '...,- IALLOW—Mr. and Mrs. .Lester W., Flintstone, a son Saturday al Memorial Hospital. "'-''" HAFFER—Mr. and Mrs. Francis A. (Penny), Silver Spring;«'a daughter there yesterday."''THe father is the son of Elzie -'A. Shaffer, 428 Cumberland Street. WELSHANS-C. W. 0. and "Mrs. Albert, Fort Meyer, Va., a"soh October 29. He is. the son-jot •Mrs. Minnie Welshans, 28:Memorial. Avenue. Mrs. Welshahs?is the former Jean Harr, a graduate nurse of Sacred Heart Hoi- pltal.. ,- ' •- - .-..-'.•:• V»c,'; • : : — '- -. >;-Vi uffcra Burns ',-• -. ."'•••*•*•• Harold Logsdon, 39, of 113 Smith lleg'ahy Street, ' was, ' admlttSd turday night to Sacred Heart ospitol for treatment of burns muUthc right hand and .wrist offered when he was building's re ,In .the furnace" it his home, e was reported In "gooiil". tondi. m Ihls morning, ,. . '•'• /

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