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Local •:• Comic* •«• Clmuifitd Tht Newt paper For Th0 Horn* Member Associated Press MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1955 Second Section Parking Ban In West Side Sector Aired O Paca, Johnson Site *Off Limits 4 Becaiise Of Purchase Agreement The city cannot allow parking on B lot. at the corner of Paca and Johnson Streets under an agreement signed when the easement was purchased for the flood control project. ' ""' II ''•'.' The Mayor and Council received a letter from John Mitchell; 118 Winton Place, today urging that parking be allowed there. • However, Street .Commissioner William H. Buchholtz said the plot, awned jointly, by .the city and Theodore Shaffer, had been posted under "terms of the agreement and signs erected when Shaffer asked the., city's part of the agreement be carried but. Personally, Buchholtz added, he would[like to see parking allowed at the site, but it is not his or his department's .responsibility since the city is merely carrying out terms of the agreement, The commissioner added he does not.intend to put,up ."No Parking" signs'again. •''."-- "•'."-• ':'.• :••'•;;.•••Protested Trucks City'attorney--Thomas B. Finan . .pointed out that residents of the . areaitiad contacted him recently to protest about a firm parking trucks in the plot: JFinan contacted the company and'was told it had leased a portion of. the land from Shaf- "fer for the purpose, . _. .The Shaffer property, on which a service station was located; was one of few properties involved in the flood control project which had to go to condemnation, city officials pointed out.-'..: ... Get Tank Bid .Council"received one bid for the painting, cleaning and repairing of three water tanks at Fort Hill, Ridgedale and Braddock . Road. Bidding was the Dixie Tank and Bridge Company, of Memphis.'The bid was referred .to Water Commissioner William J. Edwards and City Engineer. Charles R. Nuzum for tabulation and report. A recommendation by .Commissioner William V. Keegan that the week of November 20-26 be declared "Muscular Dystrophy Week" in Cumberland was- approved., 'Kee : gan pointed out firemen throughout the country are participating in the. fund campaign. ; A request from Clopper Oil Com: pany to install a 1,000-gallon gaso- O line" underground storage tank at 'the Pepsi Cola Company, Chase and Paca Streets,- was approved. Mayor Roy W. Eves was authorized to execute, a deed .to, Donald McGill for a triangular portion of land in Ridgeley: which is less than half the lot bought from Bertha Imes by the city. McGill.will'pay a consideration of' $100. -The remainder of the plot comprises the bed of Walnut Street in Ridgeley and which has been relocated. Area Driver Fined Aftei; rRoad Mishap An Eckhart Mines motorist was fined $252.90 and given a six. month suspended sentence in the Maryland House of Correction this morning at a hearing in Trial Magistrate Court. • . Magistrate Donald W. Mason fined James H. Winebrenner after -finding him -guilty of two serious motor vehicle violations. Winebrenner posted $1,000 bond for-'today's .hearing after striking a. 16-year-old Winchester!Road boy on November 2. The accident occurred when ! Woman Dies 13 Injured In . • J Road Mishaps Boost Drive Textile Union City Council Plans Wase Makes Three Appointments .Mrs. Ruth A. Firl, 28, Killed When'Car Hits Bridge At Red House A wave of highway accidents TWUA Delegates At Southern Meet Told Of Campaign Plans City To Study Speed Limits For Truckers Three appointments received approval of the Mayor 'and Council 'today. j Joseph F. Harvey Jr.r was ap- jpointed a regular member of the: CHARLOTTE. N. C. on — The; Police Department effective Nov-; Speed }j m j ts on streets Council Receives Complaints About Damage To Streets over the weekend claimed the lifeJTextile Workers Union of Ameri- ember 12. jhave been treated with light siir-.' Arietta Firl, of Thomas, .\V.) solved at a con ference here yes-; basketba11 custodian at a wage of| the meeting at today's session of he was,killed instantly \vhen; terday - to seek wage increases!?! an hour. . • , i the Mayor and Council. in com- of a 28-year-old .nother. and re-jca (TWUA) today was laying the Two seasonal Recreation Depart-jfacing will be discussed with local. suited in injuries to 13 persons.[groundwork of a drive for wageiment appointments named Mrs.jTeamsters Union members and jTwo of the injured today were>increases for its 75,000 membersjEva M. Hogan as assistant to Di-jtruck 'owners in the next two (reported in "critical" 'condition. Jin nine southern states. • {rector Robert E. Pence at a sal-|\veeks. -! Killed in, a. highway accident About 500 delegates representing! 3 ^' of S20 ° a month - effective ° ct 'i Street Commissioner Williani |early Saturday morning was Mrs. the membership unanimously re-! ofcer 26,-and John J. Bucklevv asj H . Buchholtz revealed plans for f ^ ,1 > i .. i r-n? i _ r m\. — IV j * • -~ »r t J _i._ii_-.ll*».,*-*-~J" — —.—* — •-•——•— —t 1 - - • • * K r a. She'. • :her car struck near bridge at Redj commensurat ~ ew jth those achieved] 'Council • granted the Salvationjmenting upon complaints received^ iHouse in Garrett county on U..S.j by other ^dustrial workers overj-^W permission to have its Christ-'about speeding on and damage'to Route-219. .... : _ i tl ' e i as t five years-"• Other sub-i™ 5 fund kettles at three locations;streets from heavy vehicles. :; •" Reported in "critical condition< regional confer 'ences will be heldi on '-Baltimore Street and Virginiai .Buchlibliz . said he had talked at Miners Hospital, Frostburg, is; in tfae g^ ^ detai , s _ !Avenue for the period November[ with G . Bates Chaires. district Mary Cuthbertson nine-year-old j executive v;ce |2W3ecember 24 ' i engineer of the State Roads Corn- daughter of Mn^s. Melvin ^™ JSS^SSUSl- Ci * Auditor Arthur B. Gibson^ission^nd finds that the Street o! .uumore. !workers no lonner . would acce p t iwas authorized to issue checks toiDepartment has jurisdiction in th¥ s citizenship." •'...' jcity employes.tomorrow. .matter. . '....''•• :~. V/V-W Parking meter., inspector Harry! However, he added, before in> Walking-Across Road The youngster was injured yesterday when struck by an automobile driven by Robert Scott "second class citizenship ....... , A similar wage conference, forj t-ngland ander, 33, 6f Midland. : Tfc. Harry Bosley, of Maryland State Police, ^ States will .be ; ucm "— «j conipared t rk Dec ' and thereaIsoU October. 30, Ian increase of ?13. 15. said "the girl was struck as she *> e a midwest conference, probably I walked across" the-highway at Gil-| m ohl °more as Alexander attempted MINISTER-HONORED-Rev. Lloyd Voll (right) was 'honored .with ;a dinner a recent night by the congregation of St. Matthew's Reformed Church, fowling Green. He is .moving to Warren, Ohio, where he'will be pastor of the First Evangelical and Reformed Church. Byron A. Bonebreak is seen presenting Rev. Voll with- a gift as Mrs. Voll looks on. Winebrenner was- driving a rented truck on.Route 40 and.struck Sam- ueL Leo Glenn, who was walking along the highway with another youth. Glenn was taken-to Memorial Hospital, with a head injury and brush burns. ; Troopers John F. Browning and •'Robert Wolford, who investigated, testified the mishap occurred near Vocke Road. They said Glenn was walking west on Route 40 when the :• truck headed west on the highway struck him a glancing blow. • Witnesses in the. case were ' Herald Harton, 16, who was walk- -ing;with Glenn; Joseph D. Connell, .Leo Michaels and Mildred Willison. Winebrenner pleaded not guilty 1 to the charges. He was represented 'by Attorney Earl Manges., . Three WM Cars Leiave Tracks Near Zihlman '•-' Employes of the Western Maryland Railway were retracking two /empty and one load car today near Zihlman. The cars ; got away sev- s eral days ago during switching Murder Trial OfWar Bride I • :• - -. .'• '•-. •••'.. ' Starts Today .KINGWOOD, W. Va. ffl — Av28- year-bld French_war bride goes on trial here today for murder 1 in' the rifle slaying of her 35-year-old : husband, a former serviceman... . Mrs. Odette Rodeheaver was indicted by^the October grand jury, but has been free on bond 1 , raised by residents of Preston County. Her husband, Stanley Rodeheaver, was found shot to death '• last Jufae 19.- -;•:•' '"' - : " : *: •'•- " '; ";/'• •••^"•. His ' body was in 'the bedroom of their farm home'near Hazelton, about 20 .miles north of Kingwood. Death was attributed to a small- caliber rifle bulleUwhich entered his lower right chest. .-. . . ':•. The couple have 'four children, ranging in age : now from six months to nine years. ' : A new petit jury panel was drawn to hear the case. .. . That development came after Judge Melvin Snyder learned more than half of the panel" for. this term of court had received through the mail pamphlets detailing certain trials and.tribulations of another French war bride. The jury was taken to the scene of the slaying today, shortly after the murder trial opened. It took about an hour; to select the jury. A joint motion-that the jury be taken to the farm was made immediately afterward by Prosecutor James Dailey and • defense attorney R. Dwayne' Halbritter. •" • ' • Jury . members left, in' .private cars about 10:15 a.m. -Judge Snyder said they probably would riot return to the courtroom until after lunch. Attorneys had made no opening statements when they left. BURKE—Mrs.-JSlla, 81, of 234 Columbia Street. HAMILTON—Mrs. Nellie, 68, Zihlman. t . • • • • LABER—John, 80, of 100 Independence Street. LACEY—Mrs. Clementine, 79, Baltimore. , L1TZENBURG—Mrs. Clarence, 76, of 250 National Highway. MALONE—Henry W., 73, Fort Ash by. ..•--.'. O'BAKER-Walter, Akron, former .resident. REESER—Mrs. Suzie J., 84, Oldtown. RICKEY—Willis M., of 531 Washington Street. SWANER-Richard S., 5, Baltimore. : Willis' M. Rickey Willis M. Rickey died this morning at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Wylie M. Faw Jr., 531 Washington Street. He was a son of - the late Dr. John W. and Clara B; (Williams) Rickey. 'His wife, Mrs. George (Laird) Rickey, preceded him in death. Mr. Rickey was a member of lentre Street • Methodist Church; East Gate Lodge 216, AF and AM; Grafton . (W.Va.) 'Lodge 687, Knights of Pythias, and th§ Train Dispatchers Association. He was a retired employe of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company. Surviving, -besides his daughter, are.two sons, prland D. Rickey, city, and J. Willis Rickey, '"Char : ;otte, N. C.; two brothers, Mayes B. and J. Earl Rickey, both of Moundsville, W. Va., four grandchildren and a great granddaugh-j ter. "^operations and were stopped when • they were struck a derail device. ' :one of the cars was loaded with bauxite, used at the, Big Savage Refractories in the manufacturing process. 1 One of the empty cars turned over.on its side but the -other two; remained /upright. "No one Vas hurt iii the incident Firemen To Nominate . At Meeting Today 1 ; ' .", i - ' 'flit'Bedford Road Vohintcer Fire Company will mtet. today at 7:30 ,' p. m. *t the fire hall. Officers for the cominf year wiD be nominated. Dougla* Heavner, prwktetrt, s.iid nominations will be accepted at Chart Shrine Country Club. meetings;. each Monday of this nMrtlk:.;The electkm "will be con- ou the first Monday, Dec ' " Births BLAUCH — Mr. arid Mrs. Thomas W., RD 1, Ridgeley, a daughter yesterday at Memorial Hospital. COPP — Mr. and Mrs. Mervin B., 137 Polk- Street, a son yesterday at Memorial. • • COYLE—Mr.. and Mrs. James, J27 Elwood Street, a daughter y'es- .terday at Sacred Heart Hospital. FARRELL—Mr. and Mrs. Thomas; Frederick,.a son Saturday there. The-mother is the former Miss Sarah McDermott, daughter .of Mr. and Mrs. C. William McDermott, 850- Gephart : Drive/ , r The paternal grandparents are Mr. :and Mrs: Raymond T. Farfellj 420 North' Mechanic Street! : GRAYSON—Mr. and Mrs. Donald . Jr., Fort • Ashby, a daughter Saturday at Memorial. -.-•' : HARTUNG —>Ir. and Mrs. Lf E., 124 Polk Street, a son this morning at Memorial. -.. .. HOSTETLER — Mr. and'." .Mrs': Btaine, :RI> 3, Meyersdale,.; a daughter this morning at Miners Hospital, Frostburg. O'BAKER—Mr. and.Mrs. Charles E., Barrelville, a son Saturday at Memorial. Ladiea Night Program To Be Held By UTC The. sixth annual Ladies Night program * of Cumberland Council ITS, •• United : Commercial Travel ers, will be held Saturday .at Ali The dinner will' be held « «:» with a dance to follow. A program of entertainment has been arranf- ed ftt the inl*rm»Mion, Obituary Friends Aware Report Lists Progress Made This is the second annual National Retarded Children's week and the local organization, Friends Aware of Handicapped Children, paid tribute today to • the' "many friends, both individuals and organizations, for the helping hand that has been extended to us." The association has made rapid strides here, since it was organized, and a special class has been established'at' L'a Vale School by the Allegany County Board oiE Education. Children are transported .to the class by means of a station wagon which the association purchased from donated and its own funds. Mrs. John J. Long reported this The:body is at-the-Faw residence. Mrs. Clarence Litzenburg Mrs. Alice G. Litzenburg, .76, wife of Clarence Litzenburg, 250 National Highway, LaVale, died yesterday in Memorial Hospital where she had been a patient the Dast eight weeks. A: native of Bedford, Pa., she (Continued on Page 16) neavy trucks are i necessary—he wanted to have 1 |. Council: accepted a report by Dr.j meeting with the union and com-: i i m- m.TT-i ., - [Winter-R. Frantz. city and countyfpanies to see what can-.be done" to|_ The TWA says that : smce 19oQi bealth officer ,.'cbncermng.'a sani- Delaved Two Weeks' -: jthe average hourly earnings of i ^ iih . ali ' on Gold | n Lane I .-.- ueia > ea wo ««eks -^ . :-iiA-.--:—_ =--, :.-_i ,.-..-°^-..-!« r > -Situation on. yoioen Lane.j :The matter, at Buchholtz' re- ^S^fe^eeS 5 ^^ ^ "^ *" •' • 'f,, • ', t-k S»." O WccKS. • • • • • "• .-•.-• city engineer, Charles R. _.,. ,-. • • . ^ • ••:••• _ • -.- , K'* said, three properties . , C , itJ * ^eer Charles ILNunim. .; „_...:_ .._,„ \r.u:»i.;told council that a. personal -ui- jmake a right-hand turn. } Also listed in "critical" conditiohiAmerican industrial workers have) this morning at Bedford County]risen 44 cents—from Sl.46 to Sl.9o| Memorial Hospital is Oscar Wejcht,—but textile wages have risen onlyij^ 22, "of RD'3, Everett. U6 cents—from S1.24 to $1;50. Attaches said Weicht was injur- Pollock said, "In the last 'five;were without tanks whichf control of his auto and tore off a telephone pole. . -"•'-,. ; .-, Sailors In Accident Five sailors were involved in an accident-last "night along the Pinto road between Short Gap and Cresaptown. . Trooper Charles Oliver, of the West Virginia State Police Detachment: at Keyser, said the accident South , have, gone-up only 4 .per Frantz said due to contour : of j cent This is .not the way to trans- the surfaces and consistency ' late high productivity .into a better soil some of the septic tanks have] not been satisfactory. He .added he ofda ma t way of life." -.. He. arid Emil' Rieve, national did not think installation of the president of the union, said the wage demands won't be presented to organized plants immediately. Pollock said that first there Jl<V>^lk . (All AV\~ T «JXjA T O(A**J 1-1J«L- L(V.^.1U<_UI, 111 -- J ' 1 1 • occurred when the car in which *™ ld be or « amzul « ™* P ubl * re " tanks would improve sanitary conditions and recommended no action be taken .at this time. week He added it might be,: advisible during the spring thaws :to" restrict speed on them but-at'the present time the streets are holding "up. Answering a question from Mayor Roy: W.: Eves about Patterson Avenue, which also has light sur- is the sailors were riding attempted to pass another car, on a curve, went out of control and 'rolled over three times. Roger . Magoch. 18, of Dayton, Ohio, driver .of the Vehicle, was admitted,-to Memorial Hospital for X-rays and observation. \ Others injured were James lations .campaigns, ..along with- a continuation of collective bargaining, "to enlist community sympathy for the needs of the workers.' "Because we are a'minority Newell, 22, Delaware, Ohio; Rob ert White, 18..Athens, Ohio, and Robert Hughes, 17,. Glendale, W; Va. Newell \yas admitted' to Sacred Heart Hospital with lacerations of the head, arms and back, while White was treated at the hospital for shoulder and head injuries. Hughes was treated at Sacred Heart for an injured arm. •. Escaping .Without injury was Ronald Wertjf-is; also" -of'Bfeyton, •Trooper Oliver said the sailors were, headed for Norfolk, Va., at the time of the mishap. - .Eckhart Boy Hurt - A nine-year-old Eckharfc Mines boy is reported in "good" condition at Miners Hospital in Frost- morning that an "anonymous" do-j burg after being struck by an auto nation of $275 will pay off the cost yesterday morning on old U. S. of the station wagon. Other mon- i'es .will be applied to its upkeep, operating costs and to the next project of the group. Parents who are members and who can,, have pledged '$10 a month toward operation of the vehicle, Mrs. Long added. . Further activities to benefit the station wagon fund are planned. A bake sale will be held at Albert's Market, LaVale, Friday and Saturday. On November 25, the Junior Women's Civic Club is sponsoring a" dance at Cumbejland !C.ountry Club for the fund. Mrs. Long said additional contributions "for the station wagon include: Hap-0-Happy. Club, $5; Mrs. Mary E. Nave, $3: Cecil Randolph Post, American Legion Auxiliary, Frostburg, $5: Fort Cumberland American Legion' Auxiliary. $5: plus a pledge to send S5 every month to help with operation of the station wagon; Tri-State Funeral Directors Association, S30; Civitan Club, $50: Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Cavanaugh, $5: Thomas FT Conlon.$5:'R. H. Lapp and Sons, $10: and Ladies Auxiliary to United Commercial Travelers 281, $50. "Because we are a minority in " r r ^ -v-„ , ,, " ; • i, n well iu,> c« iv, , „,„c:^ ^i™ -»o~ft,ii,, below. C. L. Brotemarkle, assistant "P weu the South, we must plan carefully . , . , _• ... „ • i' Pnliri* u-f ;.» ».„ ...-j superintendent of Evitts Creek 5. olice i gallons compared to 100.300.000 thej' same period a year ago; The wa-i . ., . „ „ -_ , , _• ter level at Lake Gordon is 1 foot ° f , the Kelly Boulevard flood eon- ° Ver because 8 inches below the crest; of the spillway and in Lake Kbori 6 feet trol project.' It was pointed out, however, that Patterson hat held before we move," he said. "Of course we don't • expect to get it all at once," said Rieve of the proposed demand lor wage increases. He added:. "The figures show that the industry, can • afford to pay higher wage and still make a handsome profit." • Rieve is a candidate for vice president of the combined- CIO- AFL. The conference adopted other resolutions praising the merger and inviting the AFL Textile Workers Union.of Amerca;andiall other unions in the textile' industry to work with the TWUA'for higher: wages. The conference instructed superintendent Water Company, reported. Local Youths Beiug Souglit For Thefts Selective Donald Smith of the City Police Department this morning secured warrants for twol;local youthsibeJieveelsto be in the'3al£i: more area. Detective Smith said the boys, Richard Spencer, 21. and Donald TWUA officers to arrange for sub-j Cavey _ 22 _ are ; a ; ted , in connec . regional conferences in various lion Nvith the break5ng aiid , enter . southern branches of the industry at which details of the wage drive will be mapped. Youths Admit Rifling Cars Four local youths, three 13 years 12 of age and the fourth only The youngsters were caught! gone Route 40'. Nicholas Edwards, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Edwards, will be X-rayed to learn the full extent of his 'injuries. Attaches said he sustained lacerations about his head, face and body and suffered! possible internal injuries. . Trooper J. V. Stakem, of the •»»'ii« -.-I.** t - I -"a *J '' »•*•'»'"" ----Maryland State Police, who mves-^ ay company police, tigated, said the boy was struck by a car driven by Rosetta Adams, ofl Eckhart, as she was driving east; on old Route 40. The boy, . police -said, darted; across the highway into the path of i the auto and was struck' by the; right fender. ' •, j Car .Slips On Road A mother and her daughter were admitted to Sacred Heart Hospital yesterday,at 11:10 a. m. suffering from injuries sustained in a one- car auto mishap on the west slope of Polish Mountain". ing of the home of Dorothy M. Glaze, 123 Roberts Street, and the theft of an automobile. Detective Smith said the: Glaze woman and Cavey's. mother,"who resides on the second floor at 1 the Roberts Street address, left the home together: Friday night for work at the Amcelle plant of the Celanese. Cavey and Spencer were in Cavey's apartment at the time. When the women returned from 12, were arrested yesterday eve- work early Saturday morning, the [ning by Western Maryland Rail- iG ] aze a nartment had been hrnkpn j Glaze apartment had been broken into, and Cavey and Spencer were and Fire Commissioner William. V. Keegan said truck drivers should.be asked to hold down . speed at all.times. ' : • DriTers Held Responsible Eves asked why drivers should be told about the problem and jjot [he truck owners. City Attorney Thomas .B. Finan said the state' law holds the • driver responsible and places the fine on him. Sometimes, he; continued.. a truck is held when the driver cannot pay the fine. : Council..; on another matter, amended the date '/or ; introducing an ordinance for the curbing, guttering and otherwise" improving Michigan Avenue. The ordinance will be introduced November 28 under the new plan instead of next week. . Commissioner Buchholtz. referring to A question about the estimated cost, said he had given a ligh estimated front-footage figure because there is a considerable amount of fill involved and he did not want to say the project would cost. so . much and then have it :arn out to be much higher. on Western Maryland ' Railway property. Stolen wasVa loaded .25 caliber lautomatic pistol, J63 in dimes. J8 After being taken to Police! in pennies (Si of the white-lead Mercury Up To 76 Here Cumberland had an unseasonable high temparature of 76 degrees Headquarters the boys admitte ransacking cars in the Cumberland area during the past, several months. They were released in the custody of their parents,' and will be ;!jjtype>. several dollars in old Lib- yesterday afternoon, but it was not erty head coins, a flashlight and a record high for November. several pieces of jewelry. In various times during th« has with a young girl, were given a given a hearing later this week ini" lift " from . South End to Balti- j more Street. After leaving the trio out of the car. the driver noticed Juvenile Court.. A, WJ-1W *'«.VMHVH*M* ' 'S-V* 1 ,-.- 4 « f Mrs. Nancy Lee Brunner, 3.1, ofjtJiib lo 'Meet LaVale', wife of Tyson Brunner, [The Opti-Mrs.. Club meet Wed-' Later the trio had breakfast at Detective Smith said his invest!-P ast 25 y ears the mercury gallon revealed that the boys, along soared in the w ' s durin S November.- .'" - . •;• • .. .~ The overnight low temperature was 49 degrees and at noon today it was 72 degrees. Early this morning a light shower fell with .14 inches being recorded. The forecast for today was most- several dollars (back seat. in "dimes on the was driving the' car, and was ac-'nesday,at 8 p. m. at the Greene^ local restaurant, and paid their|'- v cloudy.with showers and thun- companied^by her 12-year-old Street Tea Room. Plans will be $1.45 bill with 14 dimes and a'i d . e ^ storms - Tenant it daughter, Ann Lee Brunner. She I formulated for a Christmas din-jnickle. told hospital attaches the road was'ner and a white elephant sale will (Continued on Page 16) [be held. Detective Smith said it is be-^ lieved the boys later stole an auto-, mobile from Buford L. Savilie, 575 Arnett Terrace, and drove to Baltimore. The car was recovered yesterday in Baltimore. Congregation . VoU in the final year of «two-year course *rf study for insurance agents. The Life 'Underwriter•,'-Training VCoubdl, a national organization, and the local Life Underwriters Association' sponsors the course* Seated, ieit to right, are J. E. Cooper, secretary-treasurer of the daw; J, R, Neder, president; D, E. Ritchie, instructor; H. T. ..Walson Jr.. sergeant-at-arms: J. V. Courtney, publicity represen- / taltve. Second row, left to righl, C. B. Tasker, W. D. Ferrebee, L. E. Geigcr, R. E. Fike. W. R. Self and W. C. trost. Third row. E. D, VanMeter, D. B, Proudfoot, Norman F. Gcatz Jr., N. R. Keyes. H. 1. Fuller, H. W, Hawkins. The classes are held at Central Y.M.C.A. • " ' Rev. tially clear and be colder. Tomorrow will be mostly cloudy and colder while Wednesday will be cloudy and milder and with a chance of rain. The low temperature tonight will be in the 30s. Yesterday the temperature in Baltimore soared to a record 78 degrees— topping the previous hiah for the date. 76 in ^1902. The Weather Bureau said a flow of mild air from the Gulf of Mejc- 'co kept the temperature higher tban normal for Noveml , er . The average temperature this month ing Green, since December ], 1930.1 has accepted .a new pastorate at the First Evangelical and Reformed Church at Warrec. Ohio, and the congregation honored Rev. Voll and his family with « dinner 'a recent night. l Rev. Voll received degrees from Franklin and .Marshall College, Lancaster. Pa. ^Theological Seminary of the Evangelical and Reformed Church. Lancaster, and Western Theological Seminary at Pittsburgh. , When he came here to St. Matthew's the congregation numbered 91 persons. Since then the membership has grown to 214. and the new church completed and dedicated in 1951. In addition, a new organ and pews were purchased! From 1952 to 1»S4 the Rev. Mr. Voll was president of the Cumberland Ministerial Association.. ' The Volls have four children. Re- bckah and Gretchen, students at West Side School, and Nevin and Charles at home. Rev. and Mrs. Federation Event Tomorrow James McHenry, assistant Garrett county farm agent, will be the speaker at the social tomorrow at 8 p. m, for the Allegany County Boys 4-H Club Federation at the North Branch Fire Hall.: • Movies of last year's Maryland- Missouri .football game will be shown with Leonard Ritchie, coach at Bruce High School, Westernport, as narrator. . ....:. URWA Groups To Meet The executive board of Local 36, United Rubber Workers of America (CIO.)-will-nVast Thursday 'at 7:30 p. m. at Union Hall. The membership meeting will b«'Saturday at T:30p. m. ''''v"".'.;:' 1 ^- '."' ' /V Voll were presented a token of appreciation by the congregation at the dinner. PTA Executive Meeting *.. The executive cornmittee of th« Parent-Teacher Association of Johnson Heights School will meet (tomorrow at 7:30 p, m, at theschod.

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