; .FOURTEEN EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., MONDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for • WANT AD T«k«r tic Toll Of Weekend tight In State ' ; ™ * ''• . '"-'••' •'•• ' ' (/The Associated Picii • .Eight persons died in weekend highway crashes in Maryland in eluding a woman and two soldiers killed in a Sunday accident' a Silver Spring.' : The woman and soldiers dici early Sunday when a car spun ou of control and crashed into a ditch The dead were Miss Esther D Slefano, 1 21,- of Avondale, Chester County, Pa.; PFC Richard L. Ken hey, 20, Kcw Gardens. Long Island N. Y.,; and Spec. 1C' Harold W Walker) 34, of Newton Falls, Ohio The soldiers were stationed will the 70th Anti-Aircraft battalion o Battery B in Silver Spring. Three oilier soldiers in the car were hurt '- Police said the woman apparent ly lost control rounding a turn in a rainstorm. Other traffic victims were: Milton L. Mitchell. 63, Salisbury produce buyer, killed Saturday night in a head-on collision on U.S 50 east of Salisbury. ' Mrs. Lottie Mobley, 51, Poco moke City, struck by a car Satur day night on U.S. 13 near Poco moke City. Mrs. Edna A. Ratcliffe, of Baltimore, hit by a truck in Pikesville Saturday. Shelly Leroy Handy, 44-year-old Negro waterman from Tyaskin Wicomico County, whose car hit a tree near Whitchaven. -An unidentified Negro about 45 apparently hit by a car anc dragged . some distance in Balti . more early Sunday. Transit Company Will Hike Fares -BALTIMORE Wi—The Maryland Eublic Service Commission noiinced today a plan by Suburban Transit Co. to increase its rates for service linking the District. o Columbia and suburban Maryland points. '_['A spokesman for the commission said .Thomas Parran Jr., head o the-bus firm, estimated the new schedule would raise an additiona $40,000 a year. t ; - Parran, whose proposal would become effective'- Nov. 30, if ap proved, said present rates do no provide an - adequate return on the company's investment. ";. South Carolina has 3,195 miles of railroad. WATCH YOUR TALK! A noted publisher in Chicago reports there is. a simple technique ot everyday conversation which can pay you real dividends in both social ami business advancement, and works like magic to give you added poise, self confidence and greater popularity. According to this publisher, many people do not realize how much thoy could influence othors simply by what they say and how they any it. Whether in business, at social functions, or even in casual conversations with new acquaintances, there are ways in which you can make a good impression every time you talk. To acquaint the readers of tin's paper with the ensy-to-fol- low rules for developing skill in everyday conversation, the • publishers have printed full details of their interesting self' training method in a 24-page booklet, "Aci ventures in Conversation," which will be mailed free to anyone who requests it. No obligation whatsoever. Simply send your request to! Conversation Studies. 836 Diversey Parkway, Dept. 2937, Chicago'14, 111. A postcard will do. Advert! semen Obituary be land, late will ivhere h«.' '. Con- O'Ri .(Continued from Page V) olic Church, and interment will in St. Mary's Cemetery. Mrs. Mary T: Llppold Mrs. Mary T. "Nellie" Lippold, 85, widow of Peter L. Lippold, ol 502 Fayetle Street, died yesterday in. Sacred Heart Hospital where she had been a patient two days A lifelong resident of this city she was a daughter of the, George and Anna (Allen) Doerner Mrs. Lippold was a member ol SS. Peter" and Paul Catholic Church Ci and the Christian Mothers of the parish. Surviving are two daughters, Misses. Rosalind and Regina M Lippold, both at home, and a bro (her, 'Ferman H. Doerner, Los Angeles. The body is at the home wl the Christian Mothers will recite the rosary tomorrow at 8 p. m. A requiem mass will be celebratcc Wednesday at 9 a. m. -at SS. Peter B "i and Paul Church by Rev. Gabriel Giles, OFM, Cap., assistant pastor. Interment will be in the parish cemetery. Pallbearers will be William, Thomas'and Richard Lippold, Joseph Neubeiser, James L"ng anc Raphael Firlie. Miss Anna I. Ruekman . ROMNEY — Miss Anna Irene Ruekman,-80, former Mineral anc Hampshire county school teacher died Saturday night, at her home here. Born in Keyser, a daughter of .lie late James G. and Marj Combs Ruekman, she lived Here her entire life. Miss Ruekman had taught in the public schools of Hampshire anc Mineral counties for 38 years, anc graduated from Shepherd College in 1397. She was the first worthy matroi: of Romney Chapter, OLS, and was a past president of Romney Chapter, United Daughters of the federacy. She was a member of Romney Presbyterian Church and hac taught a Sunday School class there for a number of years. A funeral service will be hek tomorrow at 2 p. m. at "the residence by Tiev. P. Cary Adams ant Rev. Allen.Jones. Interment will DC in Indian Mound Cemetery here, Mrs. Oscar W.-Sears . KEYSEH — Mrs.. Sarah Frances Scars, 81. wife of Oscar W. Sears, died. Saturday at her home near Ridgeville after a brief illness. She was born in Purgittsvilie, a daughter of the late William and Lucy (Shumakcr) Keliey. Mrs. Sears, was a member of Duling Methodist Church. Her first husband. Harry Malcolm, died in 1918. Surviving from hat marriage are Boyd Malcolm, 3randywinc, Pa.: Mrs. Hazel Hinea,.Turtle Creek, Pa., and Mrs. Adriennc Abel, Silver Spring, Md., 3 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren. Also surviving are four stcp- ihildren, Paul and Elmer Sears ind Mrs. Mabel Parrish, all of Ceyser, and Lloyd Sears, Ridge- /ille, and three brothers, Andrew L and William Kellcy, both of Pur- gitlsville, and Roy Keliey, Sara- sola, Fla. The body is at the Rogers Funer.. Home. Services will be cun ducted tomorrow at 2 p. m. in Fountain UB Church by Rev. Lowell R. Rogers and Rev. Robert C. Whitlach. Interment will be in the Sears family cemetery near Heads.- ville. Mrs. James A. Pnrrisli . KEYSER-Mrs. Estella Agnes Parrish, 57, wife of James A. Parrish, former residents, died Saturday in Baltimore following brief illness. Born at Howlesburg, a son ol the late Alex and Mary V. (Burns) Cook, she resided In Mineral coun- Ly most of her life and moved to Baltimore about a year ago. Mrs Parrish was a member of Beaver Run Church of the Brethren. Surviving, besides her husband, are three sons, Arnold J. anc Walton W. Parrish, both of Baltimore, and Harold W. Parrish, Headsville; two stepsons, C Harry Parrish, Youngstown,' Ohio, and Oley M. Parrish, Roanoke, Va.; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Dova- Icnc Daughcrly, McKeesporl, Pa.; See The 'MAMBO MONKEYS' at the P.S. SMALL KOSHER DILL CUCUMBER PICKLES Large V 2 -gal. Jar 55 C Public Pride OLEO FAMI1Y BRAND COFFEE 63c „ Toil. OooJ CHEESE 2*65« ARMOUR'S LARD SMOKED HAM SHANKS 29c lb . SLICED BACON ENDS 19c , b four brothers, Joseph Cook, 1, Md.; Jesse W. Cook. Dawson; Walter T. Cook, Wcslernporl, and Ray Cook, Canton, Ohio; two sis' tors, Miss Mae Cook, Mc'Coolc, and Miss Mary Cook, Pittsburgh, 25 grandchildren and seVcn great grandchildren. The body Is at the home of her son in Headsville where services be conducted Wednesday 1 at 10 a.m. by Rev. Lowell R. Rogers. Interment will be in Queens Point lemelery. Benjamin L. Wilt WESTERNPORT-Benjamin Lee Wilt,- 72, of Franklin, died last night in Potomac Valley Hospital, Keyser, where he had been a patient six weeks. Born in Grant county; W. Va., -was a son;of the late Peter and Sara' (Crowe) Wilt. A retired coal miner, Mr. Wilt was a.'member of the Jehovahs Witnesses sect and lack Hawk Tribe 131, Improved Order of Red Men. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Janet (Warnick) Wilt; four sons, Charles S., George M. and Harold Wilt, all of Baltimore, and John W. Wilt, Cleveland; three daughters, Mrs. Theodore R. Sutherland; Mrs. Ellsworth E. Lewis and ' Mrs. Leslie Metz, all of Westernporl; a brother, Floyd L. Wilt, Eckhart; a sister,. Mrs. Adelia Warnick. Cumberland,'. 31 grandchildren and seven great- grandchildren. The body is at the Boal Funeral Home where'Services will be conducted . by James Pryor. Frostburg, at 2 p.m. Wednesday. Interment will be in Philos Cemetery. The family requests flowers be omitted. Mrs. Patrick A. O'Rourke FROSTBURG - Mrs. Veronica O'Rourke, 58;.wife of Patrick A :ourke, 274 East Main Street died last night in Miners Hospital. She was a daughter of the late Patrick and Esther (Cavanaugh) Stakem. Survivors: besides-her husband include a son, Edward J. 0'Rourke : Frostburg; a daughter, Miss Mary Esther O'Rourke, Washington: four sisters, Mrs. Margaret McDonough, Mrs. William Broderick and Mrs. Bernard Miller, all of Lonaconing, and Mrs. Frank Kelly, Cumberland, and three brothers, Thomas Stakem, Midland, .and Daniel and Edward Stakem,'Lonaconing. She \vas a member of St. Michael's Catholic Church and the Sodality of the parish. The body is at the Hafer Funeral Home. . Martin Cooper PARSONS — Martin Cooper, (14, of nearby Dry Fork, died October 24 in a Weston Hospital. He was born at Harman, a son of the late Samuel and Eliza- jeth Wymer Cooper. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Jane (Wolford) Cooper; a daughter, Mrs. Russell Hinkle, Dry 'ork;<a stepson, EarMIarr, Dry 'ork; a brother,.Abraham Cooper, Dry F^ork, five grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Services were conducted October I at Bethel Church, Dry Fork, by Rev. ' Kenneth Seitz. Interment was in the .church cemetery. Mrs. Amos Fclkcr ECKHART—Mrs. Alice Felker 48, wife of Amos Felker, died Saturday in Miners Hospital, Frostburg. Born in Conncllsville, Pa., she was a daughter of the late Ronalc Graves and Mrs. Lula (Logue) O'Neill. Meyersdale. Besides her husband and mother, she is survived by the following children; Clarence, Cresaptown; Mrs. Luther W. Hamilton, Cumberland; Mrs. Harry Mcrrbaugh, Eck- harf.; William Amos Jr., at home; a brother, Michael, Meyersdale, and four grandchildren. ' A funeral service will be held tomorrow at 2 p. m. at the Durst Funeral Home. Rev. Wilbur H. Gross will officiate and burial will be in Eckhart Cemetery. Pallbearers will be George Often, Bernard Byrnes, William Lewis, Samuel Allen, William Haberlein and Roberl Andrews. Mrs. Rliea Galloway LONACONING—Mrs. Rhca Morgan Galloway, widow ' of James Galloway and a native of Lonaconing, died Saturday in Washington. She was a daughter of Mrs. Margaret Morgan, Gaithcrsburg, -and the late Marcellus Morgan. Surviving, besidqs her mother, are a son, James Galloway, Wash- nglon; two daughters. Mrs, Vincent Mayolu, Washington, and Mrs. "Chester Zan" Daren, Ridgeway, N. J:; a brother, Harold Morgan, 'LaValo, and .three sisters, Vliss Clu- dine Morgan, • Calibers- jurg; .Mrs. 'Marshall Fatkins, Slcu- bcnville, Ohio, and Mrs. John ronzzola; New York City. the body .will bo brought to the iichhoni Funeral Home here Wednesday night, • when (he Rosary will be recited at 8 p. m. • A, requiem mass will be ccle- iraled Thursday at 9: 30 "a. m: in St. Mary's Catholic Church by Rev. Charles W. Bogan, pastor. Inter- nenl will be in St. Michael's Ceme- KEYSER-Mrs.. Emma.J. Smith, 83, wife of J. M. Smith, died ycs- erday at her hbme"bn New Creek Drive.'- She• had been-ill since Easter.'•".•-. •-..-• Born at Brandywine, W. 1 Va'., a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. franklin 'for a'.number.of years' before, coming'to-. New Creek in 1925. : •.. ••-• '••••••'>'•:. .-;'•• '' v • Surviving;-besides 'her husband, are a son E. K. -Smith, and (laugh- grandchildren' grandchild.; PRESCRIPTIONS Delivered FREE BLIC SERVIC OOD MARKET: UJiCWKCl STREET AND CRESAPTOWN • Four Rtgittertd Pharmaeiiti • All Prescription* Triplt t* \* & Cheektd Walsh &McCagh PHARMACY 101 N. Cirrtra St. , Mary land' * Ltadinf Pmcription Star* Solon Favors Publicity ...•'.'. ,-..... ,..;- -•,-... .-• •- j ;•;<.- '•- ••'••• • • • " • On State Insurance BALTIMORE Wl. — Del. Jcroine policy of this state as'evidenced Robinson il&Ballo 4lh> called, on by the accessibility to the public the Legislative Council today to re< quest State.'Treasurer Hooper,S. Miles for'the names' of. insurance laturc, roads contractors doing busmen handling ' policies • on „ State iness with the State Roads C/om- properly..'': '•••' , .' , ... mission, etc.."continued Robinson. .ery, Frostburg. Mrs; J. M. Smith available to the public." Miles later said he will give.the names to the council members but he .thinks "it's perfectly . silly." Whether they make the list public, he added, is "up_th them." The Baltimore delegate made the suggestion in a letter to Sen. Louis L. Goldstein, president of the council, which/is the between-sessions the Maryland General Assembly. "I bring to Hie attention of 1 .the Legislative Council a subject which is of paramount interest and importance, to wit: The preservation er, Mrs. Grace Amtower, both at of- the principle that public biisi- idrrie, another.. daughter. . Mrs. Nellie Bodkin,'• Upper Tract: four -and --one great- Services will be held tomorrow it 2 p.m.'.iri Upper'Tract Methodist Church.'. •Sirs'. Lydia Verly . •PETERSBURG •- Mrs..-Lydia Verly, 87,-of-'hear-'Bayard, died yesterday in .the' Bobo Nursing iome,. Mt. Storm. : . The widow of Charles Verly, she vas born'inGrant county, a daughter of. the late Adam and Catherine (Reel) Afonhalt. ' : ' Surviving are -two sons, Earl Verly, Kaysvilje,-and Owen Verly, of Virginia. The body.is at the Schaeffer Funeral Home here. Services will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p.m. at . Storm Methodist .Church by rtev. Frank A. Johnson, and interment will'be in Bayard Ceme- :ry. T. A. Gibson . ' PARSONS—T. A. "Alec" Gibson. 81, retired plumber, died Saturday night in Tucker County Hospital ere. He was a.son of the late Edward and Isabelle (Kidwell) Gibson, and spent most of his life in Hamble- in. , Surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Hazel Blizzard, Peoria, 111.; and v!rs. Margaret Gastiger, Johnson City, Tenn.. and a number of nieces and nephews. Mr. Gibson was n custodian of :he Tucker County Court House for 17 years before his retirement and vas a trustee .of the Hambleton -lethodist Church. - The body is at the Greenfiel funeral Home here!. Services will held tomorrow at II a.' m. in lambleton Methodist Church. Rev. V A. O'Deli will, officiate and b.urial will be in Mcftecly Ceme- ery, Hcndricks. Daniel W. Borror PETERSBURG—Daniel Webster iorror, 14, died this, morning at his iome here. Services will be conducted Wed- lesday at 10 a.m. at the Schaeffer Funeral Home by Rev. Lawrence Sherwood and interment will be h North Mill Creek Cemetery. Robinson asked that the step' be taken "so that/the list:'may' be request ..that the Legislative 1 .Council of Maryland test the validity ol the: position assumed by the Stale treasurer by requesting .from him the list of all insurance agents doing .business with his office, so that the list.may be available to the public. "This step may prove of value to the State and its taxpayers in that it will serve to fociis attention ness ought always be transacted in public," wrote Robinson. "This principle, if 'valid, should be subject to no exceptions and no public official -ought -to have?the right to proclaim self-immunity."; Robinson cited an ; Associated Press article published last Oct. 21. It was the second of a two-part series explaining the operations of Thursday By Mothers fho £talf> ii-oaciirpr's /iTfifp - - - the treasurer's "The item referred to the. 'participation' of 312 agents in the State insurance . business," .'Robinson quoted in- this - article as saying that. lie'lias never disclosed the names of these 312 ag'ents .because, among other things'; it might cause unnecessary 'harassment or embarrassment'." Miles also was quoted in the arlicle as mentioning,', as a case in point, an instance in which a political candidate used, his opponent's participation in State insurance 'as a Campaign weapon. - oii Robinson's letter, said'neither the Legislative Council nor 'any Heart Hospital Friday night with other official agency had ever re- a head wound .suffered, while, play- quested the list. assumed by the State, treasurer is variance with the established of records of legislative representatives appearing before-the Legls- "Therefore, I would respectfully relating to placing State insurance, for instance: "1. Is. self-.insurance (by..the State) .preferable to'the present method? - ' ."2. Ought, policies-be written on a, five-year rather than a three- year basis? "3. Could certain policies on non- rated risks; whether, placed by State treasurer's office' or ' elsewhere, be handled by bid on a more economical basis?" End Of Stree^ Job In Sight The Frederick Street 'Improve' neiil project should be completed this week. Joseph Footen, inspector. (or. the Maryland State Roads 'Commission on. the project, has notified C.iR. Nuzum.. flty ^engineer, that the work is nearly completed and that the few remaining tasks should be done during this 'week. .- .'• The S. T.'Brotemarkle Construe-' ion Company began vork oh the i517,119 contract last August.. Cost of Hie 1 project, one of the recommendations ol the 1950 traffic survey, is being shaiei by the city and the Bureau of Public Roads inside the corporate limits and by the State Roads Commission and the government past- the city limits. Included was the installation of storm servers and paving, curbing and sidewalks for a 1.4 mile area from Woodlawn Terrace north to Route 220. Two 12-foot driving lanes and an eight-foot parking lane are provided fob the street, which has already been made the northbound route to' U. ,S. 220. Rummage Sale Planned The Mothers Club of St. Patrick's School ' x will sponsor a rummage sale Thursday at 6 p. m. at the Food Registration Starts At Frost burg FROSTBURG.— Registration for .he certification of government surplus foods for December is be- ng held today, tomorrow and Wednesday, from 9 a. m. to noon if the City Hall. noted. "The .Slate treasurer is Canada"Hose House, North Mech- anic'Street.!'. . Persons wishing -to -donate articles, can -arrange'for. pickup service by- telephoning •• Mrs; Bernard McGreevy'.'- PA '4-2323; Mrs. Henry Stitcher,- PA 4-3559; -Mrs. .Edward Mullan. 'PA 4,1066."6r' Mrs! James Kuhl'man; PA .4-2636, Plaiis Rummage Sale The Mary Martha Circle of Park Place.Methodist Church will hold a.' rummage sale tomorrow in the basement of Centre Street Methodist Church from 10 a. m. to 2! p.m. • . ••• I' Undergoes Surgery . . . Boyd-Cntes, : 16-year-old son'of The.State,treasurer, commenting Mrs. Edith - Eshemah, Bedford Road, who was admitted to Sacred ing Halloween pranks, underwent "It would seem that this position surg ery this morning to have the pellet removed. Attaches reported him in. "good" condition. ' llarkct Surges Ahead NEW YORK Wl—A. surge of early )Uying sent the stock market iliead today. About 16,400 Americans a year nave disabling accidents while working on their television aerials. BRING YOUR FILM WORK to bt developed -RAND'S 14 Hour Sirvic* WE SEIL FILM or All KINDS RAND'S Cor. Baltimore and Ccntri Sri. Kl BRINGS YOU EVERY FOOD- • KEEPING CONVENIENCE YOU'VE k EVER WANTED />/#f ^ ..Graduate of : Flintstone High School Student of Cadicrman's Business School Employed by U. S. 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