Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 9, 1955 · Page 20
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TWENTY EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, Ml>., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1955 Dial t'A-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker Reserve Fund For Lean Tax Years Backed Subcommittee Of Legislative Council : ; Makes Suggestion •BALTIMORE Ml — A subcom mi'ttee of the Legislative Counc has proposed that a 15 to 20 niillSn-dollar tax stabilization re serve fund be created to tid Maryland over lean years in ta> collections. In a report to be submitted t the council today, the subcommil tee headed by Del. Blair Lee (D Montgomery), proposes this use o treasury surplus rather than a a u t o m a t i c tax reduction plan \vhich received some consideration by the General Assembly last win ter. The subcommittee said the ide; is'.'based on a plan in operation in New York State since 1946 under Which surpluses in good tax years are transferred to the fund to cov er. deficits in poor tax years. --The reports noted that the re serve fund could not be used for any other purpose and may not be considered in the drafting of the State's annual budget. "It occurs to the subcommittee there are several reasons for in stituting a tax stabilization reserve fund in Maryland. ."•'In recent years the State's tax system' has become increasingly less dependent upon stable taxes such as the various property taxes arid increasingly more dependenl upon the relatively unstable taxes such as income and sales, taxes ,.'A downturn in the business cycle is immediately reflected in re diiced collections of income anc sales tax. If the recession is serious, it can throw the State into a major financial dilemma within the period of a single fiscal year,' the report said. "And it invariably leads to the imposition of new taxes at a time when they are most unwelcome. "Even in a period of continued business prosperity," the subcommittee said, "the existence of a tax stabilization reserve fund should have the additional virtue of inducing the Board of Revenue Estimates (and the administrative officials upon whom the board relies) to be more realistic in their estimates. "The records show that Mary land's tax estimators are excessively cautious. In the absence of a stabilization fund to cushion the blow of. undercollections," the. committee report concluded,' "one can hardly blame them." The subcommittee flatly rejected the Virginia plan of automatic income tax reductions if revenues exceed estimates by more than five per cent, Woman Must Pay Medical Bills Mrs. Lucy Clark, from the Bedford Road area, was ordered to pay $175 in medical bills this morning in Juvenile Court 'resulting from a Halloween prank that ended in a shooting. Mrs. Clark was given a hearing before Magistrate Morris Baron because she gave her 15-year-old son a rifle which he fired and injured another Bedford Road boy who was playing Halloween pranks oh October 28. Injured was Boyd Criles, 3on ol Mrs. Edith Esheman, who was struck.by a target bullet fired from "f" .22 caliber rifle while he was Halloweening in the Bedford Road a,rea. w-The Clark boy told authorities that his mother suggested firing the rifle over the heads of the boys in an effort to scare them away. He said he fired several shots in the air in a general direction of the pranksters before the Crites boy fell wounded. The bullet struck Crites above the right eye and creased the boy's skull. He was admitted to Sacred Heart Hospital. Obituary (Continued from Page 13) Ihe Church of the Jrethren, since 1897, he had joined the ministry in 1912 and was one of the founders of both the Old Furnace and Wiley Ford churches of that denomination. His wife, Lucy A. (Abe) Whitacre, preceded him in death. Surviving, besides the son with whom he resided, are lour other sons, Rev. Joseph W. Whitacre, .uray, Va.; Rev. Howard A. Whitacre, Mechanicsbuhg, Pa.; Daniel E. Whitacre, Ridgeley, and Harry W. Whitacre, Wiley Ford; two bro- hers, Rev. James S. and John H. Whitacre, both of RD 2, Keyser, 18 grandchildren and 18 great- ;randchildren. The body is at the home of his on, Daniel E. Whitacre, and serv ces will be conducted Friday at p.m. at Old Furnace Church of he Brethren by Hev. Emra T. 'ike and Rev. H. H. Peters. In- erment will be in Abe Cemetery lear Wiley Ford. Alfred K. Althouse Services were held today in 'hiladelphia for Alfred K. (Fred) Althouse, 59, who died Sunday at lis home in Colonial Village, 'hiladelphia. - ••A coal broker and operator who ince had extensive'interests in the George Creek and nearby West /irginia and Pennsylvania coal ields. Mr. Althouse was a fre- ,uent visitor to Cumberland and was here and in Frostburg less han two weeks ago.. i A native of Norristown, he was ^resident of several mining com- anies. He was a graduate of Vlercersburg Academy and Mass- chusetts Institute of Technology. A veteran of .World War I, he vas a. past commander of George Althouse Post 39, American Legion, of Norristown, named for j sbrother. Surviving are his widow, Mary; son, Alfred K. Jr., and two aughters, Elizabeth C. and Mary Mrs. Edgar C. Herring Mrs. Lavania Herring, wife ol Idgar C. Herring, died yesterday t her home, 34 Browning Street. Born at Zihlmari, a daughter of ie late John B. and Laura (Stevns) Koontz, she had resided here 6 years. Mrs. Herring was a a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. James Henaghan. Survivors, ''esides her husband include a sister, Mrs. Mary Yantz Mt. Savage, and a brother/ John Henaghan, Cumberland. A requiem mass will be cele brated Friday at 9 a. m., at St Francis deSales Catholic Church Akron, and interment will be in Holy Cross Cemetery there. Hilleary Burial Services for Mrs. Ella J. Hil leary, wife of Harry C. Hilleary oi 57 North Centre Street, who diec Monday in Memorial Hospital, wil be conducted tomorrow at 2 p. m at the .Scarpelli Funeral Home by Rev. Edgar. W. Hammersla, pas tor of 'Central Methodist Church Interment'will be in Hillcrest Bur ial Park and pallbearers will be Arley Twigg,' Harry C. and Charles Dick, : E; G. Allen, Jack Mur rell and Gilbert Storey. James S. Jarvic SOMERSET — James Shaw Jarvie, 73, of nearby South Fork, died November. 4 in Lee Hospital, Johnstown;- - .'-.-• . Survivors "include a son, Douglas Jarvie, Cumberland. Services were conducted Monday at the George Funeral Home/South Fork, by, Rev. J. I. Brown and interment was in Forest. Lawn Cemetery here. Grace Methodist member . of hurch. Surviving, besides her husband, re two sons, Neff C. Herring, this ity, and Sgt. John C. Herring, ashington; five daughters, Mrs. aura Holmes, Mrs. Louise Knick, trs. Betty Appell, Mrs. Audrey arpenter. and Mrs. .Janet Cassell, 11 of this city; two brothers; John Koontz, Hyattsville, and Oscar Coontz, Frostburg; three sisters, liss Stella Koontz, city; Mrs. Isie Lehr. Akron, and Mrs. Anna effreys, Frostburg, and 17 grand- in'ldren. Mrs. Oliver B. Reams OAKLAND —Mrs. Grace Elvira learns, 57, wife of Oliver B. earns, died last night at her ome at Swallow Falls following n illness of six months. A native of Oakland, she was a aughter. of the late Elmer and anniebell (Sines) Cross. Mrs. earns was .a member of Pine rove Brethren Church. Surviving, besides her husband, re two sons, Robert Reams, Oak- nd, and Ralph Reams, at home; itir daughters, Mrs. Carroll. Hahn. 'rs. Gerald Reams, Mrs. Hazel riend and Mrs. Lois DeWitt, all Oakland; a brother, Theodore Cross, Corinth, W. Va., and nine grandchildren. The body will remain at the Bolden Funeral Home here until 2 p. m, tomorrow when it will be taken to the residence. Services will be conducted Friday at 2:30 p. m. at Pine Grove Church by Rev. Erma T. Fike and interment will be in the Taylor-Sines Cemetery near Swallow Falls. MT. ' Mrs. Arch Mchr SAVAGE - Mrs. Sarah Mehr. 57, wife of Arch Mehr, Akron, died yesterday in Citizens Hospital, Barberton. Ohio, after undergoing major surgery. •A native of Mt. Savage, she was Ned H. Sine WARDENSVILLE — Ned Hobson Sine, 56; died here November 4. A native of Hardy County, he was a son of the late Basil and Susan'(Jenkins) Sine. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Jessie (Funk) Sine; seven sons, William P., Nathan A., Wendell L.; Sterling E., O'Neil and Ned H. Sine Jr.; two daughters, Lucille arid Louise M. Sine, all at home; two brothers, Fred Sine, Cumberland, and Robert Sine, Star Tannery; a. sister, Mrs. Nannie Miller, Washington; and a half-sister, Mrs. Rosie Jewells; Bedford, Pa. Services we're conducted Monday at Hebron Lutheran Church. Interment was in the church cemetery. Louis T. Varchetto ELKINS — Louis Thomas Varchetto, 41, assistant superintendent of the local water pumping station, died Saturday at his home here. Survivors include his widow, the former Miss Lucy DelSignore of Midland, Md., and his rparents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Varchetto, Elkins. ~*~" A requiem mass was celebrated Monday at St. Brendan's Catholic Church and interment was in the parish cemetery. Mrs. Mary Domdcra FROSTBURG — Mrs. Mary K. Domdera, 68, of Barberton, Ohio, died, November 1 in Citizens Hospital there following an illness of two years. A native' of Frostburg, she had resided in Ohio 28 years. Services and interment took place November 4 in Barberton. Mrs. Victoria E. HcHzel WARDENSVILLE — Mrs. Victoria Elizabeth Heltzel, 90, died Monday at her home here following an illness of two years. Born at Perry, she was a daugh- Job Classification (Continued en Page 20) abilities include working know ledge of building and grounds pa troled. and rules and regulations governing admission to and de parture from buildings or grounds areas, rules governing vehicular traffic on the premises; ability to exercise alertness and judgmen to detect and ti necessary, repor probable danger of loss or injurj to life or property; to work in the open -under varying climactic con ditions: to deal effectively with prowlers, trespassers and violators of applicable city ordinances; to understand and follow oral anc written instructions: to perform simple custodial tasks; to answer requests for simple . information concerning the premises; and ability to walk for several hours during each shift. Desirable experience and training shall include some experience as a watchman and completion of the Eighth" Grade in school. Stenographer—The primary function of a stenographer is to take and transcribe dictation of an ordinary and technical nature. .To set up and type tables, data, etc., from scrolls with minimum of instructions and supervision. To occasionally assist in routine cler ical work; to set up and maintain Files as required;, to• cut stencils and operate mimeograph equipment; to open .and .distribute mail. Qualification: Education equivalent to high school or business college is required, as well as resourcefulness, good judgment and a very pleasing personality. ter of the late John and Julia (Helsley) Heishman. ' . Survivors include .three sons, Clarence, Plevis and Edgar Helt zel, all of Wardensville. Services were conducted this af- :ernoon at the residence by Rev. Gordon Zirkle and interment was n the Heishman family cemetery. Charles .C. Dunlap SOMERSET .— Charles C. Dunap, 85, died November 3 at his lome here. Born in Hyndman, he was a son of the late John and Sarah (Tharpe) Dunlap. He was'a retired Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company employe. Survivors include a son, William . Dunlap, Cumberland, and a sister, Mrs. Effie Gaster, Hyndman. Services took place Saturday at he 'Hauger Funeral Home here and interment was in Hyndman lemetery. Borrow Sensibly If you n««d ctiih for Fall *x- ptniti our firvic* U prompt, friindly and privaU Loons up to $300 Npti — furniture — and Auto Loons INDUSTRIAL LOAN SOCIETY, INC. No. 301 Liberty Trust Bldj. PHONE PA 4-3100 B&O Fireman Gets $1,500 Jury Award Mineral County Circuit Coun jurors at Keyser today, awarded $1,500 to a B&O fireman in his suit against the World insurance Company over the alleged discoritiriua tion of payments to the plaintif] for disability. Instructions were given to the jury this morning and a decision in favor of Kesecker, who resides in Keyser, was returned at noon. Kesecker said he sustained a back injury in a fall at work He claimed he took out an insurance policy with 'the firm in 1951 and that the company stopped payments in 1953. The policy has been terminated. This afternoon, three Cumberland men are scheduled for trial in the alleged raping of a 34-year- old Hagerstown woman at the Cumberland Municipal Airport near Wiley Ford last July. Defendants' are James W. Fadley, James E. Beerman and Daral C. Lambert. The prosecuting witness was identified as Mrs. Betty imith. , MenOfLaSalle MeetThursdav '.-;-' • • •* The bazar and minstrel to be sponsored by the Men of LaSalle will be discussed at a meeting of the organization Thursday at 8 p. m. in Carroll Hall, Norman F. 3eatz: Jr.,.-announced today. Ehwa'rd P. Neus, minstrel direc- ;or, will give a report on the production to be staged in Carroll rlall November 20, 21 and 22. Early in December, the Men of -aSalle and the LaSalle Mothers ]lub will sponsor a bazar for the benefit: of the high school. . The club.will hear a report on irogress being made on the bazar 'rom Brother. Christopher, member of the.LaSalle faculty. The meeting Thursday will be he first time the newly painted and renovated Carroll Hall will be used by the public, Geatz pointed out. . • . ; Two Held • Use Your lit National Charge Account! (Continued from Page 13) Thus, the industrialist was per- ruaded to advance $423,771 .over a fiiur-year period—or four times chf amount he lost on the firm in thr crash. On the night of October 11, 1949 510,000'in bonds and S17.000 in cash was taken from the Green home ir LaVale. On information obtained during the long investigation by county authorities and state police, warrants were issued for the arrest ol Odom and Golden. The two men were arrested as they checked out of a motel on the outskirts of Baltimore. Both men. police said here, have long criminal records. Odom's record dates back to 1919. He was arrested in February 1940 in Nassau County, N. Y . and sentenced to Sing Sing Prison on a grand larceny extortion conviction, according to the FBI. Golden's record, the FBI stated, shows convictions for burglary in Wisconsin in 1931, when he received a prison term of one to five years, and in Indianapolis in 1934 when he drew a year and a day for. theft of interstate shipments. In November 1934, the FBI reported, he was shot in Indianapolis while committing a burglary,''and was sentenced to a term'of from three to ten-years. Golden also received a five-to- ten-year prison term in New Mexico in July 1941 on a charge of possession of burglary tools. A federal postal inspector was in 'urriberlarid this, morning to participate in the arrest of Odom. Odom will be take to the U. S. District Court for the Western District of New York at Albany, to await trial on the embezzlement charge. 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