Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 2, 1955 · Page 11
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r/i« Newt paper For Tht Horn* Member Associated Press WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1955 Second Section Murder Charge Facing Man Who Killed Neighbor DONALD WINTERS Compensation DeniedToMan HeldlnKiUing Judge Henderson Reverses Decision -. In Silicosis Case : An opinion was filed in' Circuit Court today by Chief Judge George Henderson reversing a verdict of the State Industrial Accident Commission granting a claim by James Allen, 72-year-old Klondike man, for. compensation as the result of contracting silicosis. Allen is the man being held in the county jail- in the -fatal shooting of a neighbor, Donald Winters, 34, also of Klondike, last night fol- Donald Winters Shot By James Allen At Home The 72-year-old Klondike man who fatally shot his 34-year-old neighbor yesterday evening was charged today with murder. Sgt. William F. Baker, criminal investigator for the State Police here, obtained a warrant this morning charging James Allen with the murder of Donald M. Winters, father of two young children. During an argument yesterday about 5 p.. mi, Allen went into his home, placed one shell in a .12 guage double barrel shotgun, and walked 'to • his- front, steps, police said. • Aims Gun At Winters He then aimed the gun at Winters, a coal "miner, and fired, striking him squarely in the middle of the stomach, police added. Tfc. Harry S. Bosley, who conducted the investigation, was called by neighbors. Tfc. Bosley reported that Win- ers and his wife had gone shopping yesterday afternoon and re- urned to their home about 4 p. m. Their two children, Vera Ann, en years, and Donald, seven,.told heir father- that while they were ,;one Allen' had accused them, of opening'his yard, gate and the door o his home: Allen, Bosley .added,'had been :one from his home during the afternoon also. Bosley said Winters went to the icinity of. Allen's residence and remained off his property, al- :hough. Group Urges Caution Signs On Mountain Frostburg Safety Unit Acts To Warn Trucks, Prevent New Frostburg Board Will Induct Five Specific suggestions for erection FROSTBURG - Five men from Local Board 30 will leave fromi A the Gunter Hotel at 7 a. m. Thurs-J Al'lHV day, November 17, for induction! into the armed forces. They are Robert W. Wilson and David M. Gallagher, both of Mid- 'arroll L. Cain of McCoole: C. Green of National: and Robert F. Knieriem, 84 Walnut Guard Units i Inspected By Frostbiirg Company • Checked Yesterday; Cumberland Tonight Street. Frostburg. of safety signs on Big Savage Mountain have been formulated! jby a Frostburg committee invest! ! gating ways and means of prevent - ing another runaway truck tragedy i o | . A 1 'such as occurred here two weeks 'SelCCt AWai'd ;ago. [Optimists To "! ' * The group inspected Big Savage -.TVT;. ! >V 1111161 ] yesterday to plan erection of the! ] signs and 'for introducing safety j | measures recommended by the j Frostburg Safety Committee Mon-j day night. Suggestions Made Included in the group were Paul " Cumberland Club Schedules'Events' Each Day Next Week The annual inspection of Maryj land National Guard units in Cum- jberland and Frostburg are un- jdcrway. • . ! Lt. Col. William H. Salley, from • the inspector-general':- office of the [Second Army at Fort Meade. is • 'conducting the inspection. | Last night Col. Salley inspected (the 95 men and officers of Com- ipany D at Frostfaurg. The unit there achieved a superior rating in last year's examination. The commanding officer of Company (D is Captain Gerald T. Reeves. Matlick In Party SHOOTING SCENE—George Sagel of. Klondike is pointing to the scene of the. fatal shooting of Donald Winters, his 34-year-old neighbor. Winters was shot 'by another neighbor, James Allen, 72, after an argument between the two. Sagel and his wife called the ambulance for the ' mortally wounded father of two children. Shot in the stomach at about.5 p. m. he .died three hours later while undergoing surgery in Miners Hospital, Frostburg. E. Burke, chairman "of the Mary- j -r ne program for Optimist. Week! Jand Traffic Safety Committee: j w hich starts Sunday and runs! Lt. Col. Robert C. Matlick. R?Jph M, Race, chairman of the | tnrou gh' Saturday, .November 12. j commanding officer of the First i newly-formed Mountain Traffic : was mapped out" at a meeting of. ; Battalion, accompanied Col. Salley i Safety Committee and George' tvvo committees of the Cumberland | 0 n the inspection trip. The ratings Hale, representing G. Bates' optimist Club last night at Central' O n the inspection will be received Chaires, district engineer of thej YMCA / ; in abour two weeks. State Roads Commission. Also; TJ, C highlight of the week wfllj instructors of the non-commis- with the group were Porter C.i(j e ( ne presentation of a plaque on; s j on training classes which were Trice, member of the state Traffic;Wednesday evening at the club's| inspected f or efficiency are: W- lowing an argument Allen's home. outside Allen; who is represented by Milton Gerson, made the claim in April of 1954 and then the case was heard on June 21, 1954 by the Medical Board. The board's opinion disallowed the claim, stating that although Allen had silicosis, he was not totally disabled. This decision was appealed to State Industrial Accident Commission and it heard the case in June of this year. The commission ;""£ agreed with the Medical 3oard *"' that Allen had-silicosis but went.a step furthe"? and decided he was permanently and totally disabled and granted him compensation. This^ decision was appealed by the Consolidation Coal Company, the firm for which Allen had worked when he allegedly contracted the : silicosis. Judge Hen. dersoh heard the case .last month ' and reversed the SIAC. UCTWillHqld Dinner Event Cumberland Council 179, United Commercial Travelers, will hold a dinner for prospective candidates Friday at 7 p. m. at the Ali Ghan Shrine Country Club. C. ' C. Baines, Louisville, Ky., grand councilor for the jurisdiction of Maryland, District of Columbia, Virginia, West Virginia and Ken tucky, will speak. The council-will hold a regular meeting Saturday at 8 p. m. at the IOOF Temple, South Mechanic night dinner-dance Street. The ladies will be held Saturday, November 19, at the Shrine Country Club. Grand Councilor Baines will attend. The committee in charge of tickets includes E. T. Johnson, H. C. Elder, John H. Pfeiffer, Joseph Snyder, M. A. McRae and H. C. Harcelrode. Four Given Top, Rating In ROTC Four advanced from Cumberland ROTC cadets and the area have been designated /'distinguished military students" at West Virginia University, Morgantown. ' Receiving the honor are Richard C. Poe, this City; Richard C. Schoppert, Westernport; ^Villiam M Bane, Keyser: and Hoy D. Dcve Jr., Mathias (Hardy County). They will be eligible for appointment as second lieutenants in the ' Regular Army upon graduation provided they meet physical .requirements, are rated distinguished military graduates and their ap pointments are approved by the President and confirmed by the Senate. The rating they received is baset on outstanding leadership, high moral character, aptitudp for military service, and good academic record at the beginning of the senior year at the university. Froslburg Bankers Will Attend Slate Meeting The Maryland Bankers Association is-sponsoring a management- operations , clinic in Baltimore Wednesday. November 16, at the Lord Baltimore Hotel. Aflegany County bankers registered for Ralph M. the meeting include Race, executive vice president, and William B. Yales pres?dent, of Fidelity Savings Bank, Frostburg. Went To Get Gun An argument ensued and Allen s said by ; neighbors to have stated was going into the house to get lis shotgun. Tfc Bosley said Winters told him :o go ahead and get his gun. With his, Allen then got : the gun and shot Winters. Mrs. George Sagel, another neighbor, reported hearing the men' arguing • and : daring each other. . When she heard the shot, she sent her husband, who is deaf, next door to the Allen home. Mrs. Sagel said her husband jumped he fence and found Winters lying on 'the' ground beside the fence, bleeding profusely from the bad abdominal wound. • Mr. arid Mrs. Sagel made him as. comfortable as possible and called an ambulance' from L'onaconing. to :ake the wounded man to Miners Hospital. Sits On Porch According to bystanders, Allen is reported after-the shooting to have :aken:' the shell from the gun, Blowing the smoke from the barrel, he went'up on his front porch and sat down, they added. Winters 'died on the operating ;able in Miners Hospital last night at 8:10, Sgt. Baker said. Allen was taken to the states attorney's office by Sgt. Baker, who is assisting State's Attorney Paul M. Fletcher, during the illness of Edwin R. Lilya, county nvestigator. A statement was obtained from Allen and he was lodged in the lounty Jail. ! Autopsy-Performed An autopsy, which is usually ordered in murder cases, was per- 'ormed on the victim last night in Memorial Hospital. Winters is survived, besides his children, by his wife, Mrs. Betty (Schell) Winters: his parents, Arch and Sally (Haines) Winters, Klondike, two sisters, Mrs. Ruby Wright and Mrs. Ann Winner, both of Frostburg; and two brothers, William Winters, Midlothian, and Earl Winters, at home. Winters was a veteran of World War II, having served with the Army Engineers in the fighting in France and Germany. He was a member of Carlos Methodist Church.- The body will be at the Hafer Funeral Home, Frostburg. Railroaders File Damages For Million B&O And Union Are Defendants In Action By Two Engineers BALTIMORE W) — The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad and the Jrotherhood of Locomotive Engineers were named joint defendants •esterday in damage suits totaling : million dollars by two engineers vho say they'were wrongfully ired. ' The. two, Jack'W. Wellman and Valter H. Schaver, of Cumber- and, Md., seek to avoid dismissal rom their jobs, effective today, were discharged because hey quit the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers several years ago, and for a time took up with he rival Union of Railroad Operating Crafts (UROC). The Baltimore and Ohio has a union shop contract with the Jrotherhood of Locomotive Engineers. Engineers must belong to he union. But the union won't reinstate Wellman and Schaver. .The two engineers previously went to court seeking an injunction .gainst their,dismissal, but Federal ribunals said they had no power to get into the dispute that way. The new action, in the form.of a suit for damages, also was filed n .Federal Court here. The railroad and the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers are named joint defendants, with Wellman and Schaver each asking 5200,000 in damages from the railroad and $300,000 from the union. The two men resigned from the motherhood in 1952 to join the UROC. The railroad originally served dismissal notices on them n May of 1953. When their efforts to get an injunction failed, the railroad served new dismissal no- ices which are effective tomorrow. The damage suit charges this is .he result of a conspiracy between he railroad and the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers. Are Veteran Workers Wellman and Schaver contend :he railroad had no right to fire ;hem in the first place as long as .hey belonged to another union which met certain qualifications. They applied for reinstatement in the brotherhood in 1954 and were rejected, they said. The applicable taw, they contend, says they cannot be fired if membership in the "official" union is not available to. them on the same terms as to others. Schaver contends, in addition that he is a member of the Broth erhood of Firemen and Enginemen and therefore entitled to keep his job because it meets the union shop stipulations. Schaver has worked on the rail road for 16 years and has 20 more years to go before he normally would reach retirement. Hirths AUV1L—Mr. and Mrs. George, Cleveland, a son October 26 in Tucker County Hospital, Par sons. 4 BOUDREAU—Mr. and Mrs. Al bert, RD 1, a daughter yesterday at Memorial Hospital. CASSELL—Mr. and Mrs. William E., 34 Browning Street, a son today at Memorial. HEDRICK—Mr. and Mrs. James W., Red Creek, a son October 22 in Tucker County Hospital. LEWIS—Mr. and Mrs. John E-, 122 Seymour Street, a daughter yesterday at Memorial. MCDONALD—Mr. and Mrs. Harry W., RD 1, Paw Paw, a daughter yesterday at Memorial. STALLINGS—Mr. and Mrs. Ervin L., Elkins, a daughter October 18. The mother is the former Miss Peggy J. Phillips of "Parsons. STALLINGS-Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert, TOO Lafayette Avenue, a son yesterday at Sacred Heart Hospital WEDDLE—Mr. and Mrs. Fay W., Flintslowi, a daughter yesterday at Memorial. YATCHYSHYN-Mr. and Mrs. Peter, RD S, a daughter yesterday at Memorial, Student Tickets Soon For Concert Student tickets for the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra concert a Fort- Hill auditorium Fri day, November 11 at 8:30 p. m will-go en-sale Saturday at the Music Shop, Baltimore Street, anc Syckes Music Store, North Centre Street. Orchestra, student tickets will be SI and balcony tickets (no reserved)'will be 75 cents, tax in eluded. Out-of-town orders may be made through the Times-News bureaus at Frostburg. Keyser and Tri-Towns and through the Gainer and' Corbett Drugstores at Rom ney. The 90-piece orchestra opened its regular '-Baltimore season las week under Massimo Freccia who will also conduct the concert here The program is being arranged now jmd tentatively includes "Light Cavalry OverUire" (Von Suppe); Btelhovens great Seventh Symphony; "Irish Suite" (Anderson) and some Strauss waltzes. People have ordered tickets from as far away as Petersburg and Moorefield; Bedford, Hancock and Oakland, and there will be large delegations from Frostburg. Key Obituary ^RDINGER—Mrs. Dorothy S-, 40,| Washington. * | BRYANT—Snively K., 81, Hynd-i man. EVANS—D'arl M.. 48, Blaine. ' GOETZ—Casper F., 71, of 109 Federal Street. HANSFORD — Columbus B., 84, Parsons. ^ ' MORRIS—Mrs. Anna, 87, of 505 Beall Street. " ROTRUCK—Mrs. Linden C., 30, Keyser. Casper F. Goetz Casper F. Goetz. 71, of 109 Fedral Street, died last night in Memorial. Hospital where, he had seen' a patient 12 days. He had been in failing health some time. A native of Cumberland, he was son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John F. Goetz. Mr. Goetz had )een employed 35 years as a.ware- louse foreman for the W. P. Coulehan wholesale firm and had accepted a similar position with Albert's .Market when the Coule- lan firm went out of business. He lad retired four years ago. Mr. Goetz was a member of SS. Peter and Paul Catholic Church and Cumberland Aerie 245, FO :agles. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Robert H. Warner, with whom he resided, and Mrs. Margaret Spearman, this city: three sons, William Fi, Paul L. and Charles E. Goelz, all of .this city: a brother, William Goetz, city, and seven grandchildren. The body is at the residence. A requiem mass will be celebrated Friday at 9 a. m. at St. Mary's ;atholic Church and interment will be in SS. Peter and Paul Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Herbert Whitacre. William Day. Eugene Pyle, Henry Greise. Wiliam -Greise and Richard Alkire. * Snively K. Bryant HYNDMAN —. Snively Reefer Bryant, 81, died last night in Bedford County Memorial Hospital, Bedford, where he had been a patient some time. Surviving are six sons, Harry S. Bryant, Mann's Choice: Walter 0. and Palmer Bryant both of Hynd man; Chester S. Bryant, Cumber land, and Thomas and Roy Bry ant, both of Baltimore: a daugh ter, Mrs. Raymond Brent, Hyndman; 17 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Services will be conducted Fri day at 2 p. m. at the Zeigler Funeral Home by C. E. Miller, pastor of the Hyndman Evangelical (Continued on Page 14) Safety Commission. State Troopers; meeting in the YMCA to the per Donald Wade and Joseph Stakem. '• son judged the Most Optimistic IPeison of 1955. downgrade, hazards and caution , Each Day « npo tpd thp Mason, chairman of S^i the Optimist Week committee, said GarrettBids For Machines Are Rejected New Prices To Be Sought For Voting Devices.In County OAKLAND—At-, a joint meeting,' of the Garrett County Board ofi ir >g g ear and do not exceed — are Kenneth Shafer, Woodrow Gur_ ." . , T,.,, r j -f piop i miles per hour. There is no turn-j ley, Fred B.' Driscoll, Lee Mar- aoTsupm'or^^tsterdaylt Ss>" uwnute ahead; if you losejpie, Allen.Staggers. Robert 0. Col- unanimously decided .to reject the' aids of both companies wb^ch iSst. Donald E. Lloyd: M/Sgt. , , , .,..„. „ M. Seibert: Sgt. Stanley Specific suggestions include: j Pe ison of 1955. H. Hitchins: M/Ss^t. "Harrv/H. Beginning on the west slope The announcement of the com- H5tchins p ir , t ^ Francis J there would be two signs warning j m ittee named to select this Cum-L Uen is ' the instrudor for the xe- all heavy vehicles to pull to thejberland resident will be made Sun-l; rt)ij . trrj ; ninff ; InTC .; right and stop at the top of .the I day; E Donald Salley in- and C and them to descend in a safe gear, events are scheduled each day The suggested working sign is ne xt week. as follows: "You are approaching 11 miles of continuous downgrade, much of it steep and through heavily populated areas. Test your brakes, put your vehicle in a hold- «* m. of Company here. is Headquarre Monday, the Mayor and Council issued a proclamation calling the! ... attention of the citizens • to O pti-Both the local and Frostburg units are part of the .First Battalion ot. mist. Week. Members of Mason's committee made offers to furnish 36 voting machines. • . The Automatic Voting Machine Company had offered to .supply the 36 • machines for $52,002.72 while the Shoup Voting Machine Company submitted a bid of S50.801.12 on the devices. R. T. Browhawn, clerk to the county commissioners, said the commissioners and election supervisors decided to readvertise for bids on the 36 machines. The bids will be opened at 9 a. m. on Monday, November 21 at the Court House. Browhawn said there was some confusion regarding the original bidding and,,the, : officials., .of both boards feel that ' readvertising again will clear up any misconceptions." There, are only- two firms which manufacture the voting machines, the Automatic and Shoup companies. At an earlier meeting the county commissioners refused to accept the recommendation of the Board of Election Supervisors that 36 voting machines be purchased from the Automatic Voting Machine Company. This resulted in yesterday's joint session. once. Signs on the downgrade would "Trucks remain in low Reflective Paint. Blinker It has been recommended that ;hese signs be lettered with reflec- :ive paint and a blinker be placed atop the principal sign. Copies of the suggestions were mailed to Russell H. McCain, chairman of the Maryland SRC; Jol. Elmer C. Munshower, superintendent of Maryland State Police; and Governor McKeldin. The safety committee will meet with Burke Monday at 7 p. m. at Frostburg City Hall and hear a report of progress. Meeting Tuesday evening will be a group to discuss traffic problems in the city of Frostburg and what can be done to keep Main Street open in event of other runaways. Home Permit Granted A permit to erect a one-story dwelling on Lots 172, 173 and 174 Holland Street has been granted James S. Eisenberger. Cost of the 72 by 56 'foot dwelling is estimated at $17,000. It will have a concrete block foundation, frame walls and composition shingle roof. Awarded Merit Ribbon David C. Litzenburg. son of Mrs. Tom V. Litzenburg, this city, was awarded a merit ribbon in a recent ceremony at Staunton Military Academy, Staunton. Va, The rib bon was for receiving less than nine demerits for the semester. yom . , atlins> Georgc Fe> . Jn> WaUace Wil _ son and Harold Brooks. the 115th Infantry Regiment. Inspection Tonight " • Chief Warrant Officer Arnett J. Arrington is stationed her.e_.,as administrative assistant for : Corn- m an v* JLJCIL uiu J-*i wwrthi* "'oil ' f The committee that will choose Pa n >' c and Company D. Clu,el Warrant Officer Joseph E. Joiley ,s administrative assistant^ ,,-lKr Headquarters Company here. Tonight the members of Company C and Headquarters-Company will be inspected by,,.Col. Salley. This event is open to ihe public, CWO Arrington said. Last year both local units made an excellent rating in the inspection. Captain Stewart D. Cromwell, regular Army adviser to Guard units in Frostburg. Cumberland, Hagerstown and Frederick, is stationed at the State Armory-ihece. He said units at Hagerstown and Frederick are being inspected today. * :: Henry Hart Post Elects Officers :he most optimistic person is com-j prised of Kenneth Inskeep, chair-' man. and Quinter Fike, Walter Weires, George Furstenburg, Rev. Carl Johnson. Byron Kight, and Robert 0. Collins. Sponsors Junior Group The Cumberland club sponsors the Braddock Junior Boys Club. The organization of 50 boys. meet each Friday evening at Central YMCA for an athletic and social program. Every other Friday ^vening, the boys are taken on tours of local institutions and industries, or hear a short talk by speakers from various occupations and industries. Each summer the. boys are sent to camp for two weeks and are regularly given picnics. The club has sponsored a team in the Hot Stove League which for the past two years has won the champion ship. David Miller is president of the club which has as its slogan "Friend of the Boys." Verner Winner was elected trustee for one year, and Paul Laber, quartermaster, at a meeting of Henry Hart Post 1411. Veterans of Foreign Wars, last night at the Post Home, according to Cornelius W. Rice, post commander. Vernon Crable, chairman of the memorial committee, announced that the post will be represented in the local Veterans Day program. A dance will be held .that evening, November 11. at the post home, with Guy Smith in charge of arrangements. Rice said the post will observe its 30th anniversary with a program Friday, November 25. Laber was appointed as chairman of the program. A membership rally'will follow the next meeting of the post, Tuesday evening, November 15, and refreshments will be served, according to Glenn Watson, membership chairman. NAVAL OFFICERS ARRIVE—Lt, Comdr. Garland H. McCre.8, local commander of the Naval Reserve Surface Division 5-9, is shown at left ser,"Romney "and other "nearby! above greeting Comdr. M. S. Evans of the Fifth points. Naval'District at Norfolk, who arrived btrt today to make the annual inspection of the reserve unit. At right is Lt. Comdr. D. L. Spaulditift, who accompanied Comdr. Evans. Th« navaj officers flew here on a regular flight of tlM AUeghmy Airlines. ' Driver Faces Three Charges ~ A Bedford Road resident faces three motor law violations, two of them serious, as a result of an auto accident on Bedford Street last night, City Police reported today. George Aldridge, Bedford Road, appeared at Police Headquarters this morning and was arrested for leaving the scene of an accident. Speaker Unit Will Explain Schools Plan A speakers bureau has b«en formed to acquaint the public with the five-year program for Maryland public schools. William Donahue, guidance counselor at Allegany High School: and Homer S. Higgins. superintendent of personnel of the Allegany County Board of Education, are co-chairmen of the bureau. The program is sponsored jointly by the Maryland Congress of Parents and Teachers and Maryland State Teachers Association. Members of the Speakers Bureau include Alfred Benna, principal Qf Mt. Savage High School; 1V.C1 > (UL fcllW <1W tlVi VI *•'»• ««V.^,«MV.n*» - - - - t , reckless driving and another seri- R aj™«»nd McCullough, principal _ _ . t MM tt rti_" i ti rtMr racctcfnnr «rinr*tnal ous violation. City Police Officer John Powers, who investigated with Officer Carl Williams, said Aldridge's machine ran into the rear of the car operated by Ralph Keiter, 321 Massachusetts Avenue, in front of 223 Bedford Street at 8:50 p.m. Officer Powers said Aldridge Siad left the scene by the time he and Williams got there. However, Aldridge's wife was still there. His car had to be towed away. Powers added. Aldridge posted $250 bond for his appearance next, Wednesday at 10 at m. in Trial Magistrates Court for his hearing. Woman Found With Injury HANCOCK. Md. W — A woman whose husband died recently was found today with her throat cut. Taken unconscious to. Washington County Hospital in Hagerstown, State Police said, was Mrs. Clara R. Stanley. 52. who lives on Sideling Hill Mountain, west of Hancock. Corp. Harold Basore said butcher knife was found about 35 feet from the woman. Mrs. Stanley was staying at the home of her brother, Grant Bishop. They Ifve near each other. She was found in brush near the brother's home. Biahop told police that about 2 a.m. today she was missed and a search failed to find her. This morning the woman was found by a neighbor, Mrs. Amos Flowers. Basore said an investigation was continuing. . . . Meeting Site Changed The meeting of the Happy Valley Homemakcrs Club scheduled tomorrow at 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Frank Foster will be held Instead at the home of Mrs. Boyd Sulser, Valley Road, due to a death in th« family of Mr*. F«t«f. , , and Foy Curry, assistant principal of Allegany High School; Dr. n Baer and Alfred Fritz, members of Allegany County Parent-Teachers Association; Robert Jones, Van Jlewkirk Hosack, and Dr. William Howard Briggs of Frostburg State Teachers College: Frederick Sheeley visiting teacher: James Preskorn, guidance counselor at Valley High School; and Hayes Chambers, Pennsylvania Avenue School. Speakers have already addressed PTA groups of John Humbird School. Mount Royal School and Corriganville School: Barton American Legion: and Daughters of America. Fifteen definite speaking engagements are scheduled for November. Any group interested, in learning about the five-year plan for Maryland public schools is invite,d ; 4o contact Donahue at Allegany High School or Higgins at the Board.of Education office. Driver Fined _ ^ For Recklessness The driver whose car slammed into the rear of an auto stopped on Greene Street for a traffic signal was fined $50. when he, u wAs found guilty of reckless driving when tried in Trial Magistrates Court this morning. >..• Carl Eugene Walbright, 23, "jot 1719 Ford Avenue, was arrested at 7:50 p. m.. yesterday by pfficgr Kenneth Morrissey at ihe scene of the. wreck at Greene andjLtji streets. -...;',!, The officer testified todaj that a car operated by Grantha ..Ann* mae Polan, 48, of 111 Pennsvj. vania Avenue, heading wesson Greene Street, stopped when the caution light :weht on th« tfiffjc signal: - . -. •'••'•'•''. ' •.•'''"•••; The WaybrigHt • car contfttoed around the Polan auto and ran into a tree in front of 305 Greene Street, he added. 1 ' . ,,> •.., Also appearing at the hearing with Mrs. VPolan was Olive I' Everhart, Potomac Park. « enger in the Polart car,

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