Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 16, 1955 · Page 3
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 3

Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, November 16, 1955
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Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES. CUMBERLAND. MD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1955 THREE GOP State Central Group • •.•.'.'•• . .-• . M.-. Supports Fund Campaign Full endorsement of local participation in Maryland's kickoff of a national party- fund-raising campaign for $2,000,000 has been given by the Allegany County Republican State Central Committee. The campaign slogan is "Thank you, Mr. President." James S. Getty, chairman of the ^GOP policy committee, said the ^county's quota in the project. is $2,000 which will be forwarded to . state campaign .headquarters in Baltimore and later pro-rated for - return to Congressional, districts. Also under discussion at; last night's meeting in the County Building on Union,Street was the selection of election judges and poll workers under the county's new system of using voting machines. Maryland Republican women will conduct the fund drive which began yesterday as a women's clubs project to supplement the usual campaign funds. All'23 counties in the state are expected to participate in the program. Getty said the county program was outlined by Mrs.. Noel Speir Cook, treasurer.of the State Federation of Republican Women; Miss Catherine Close, president' of the Frosbturg Women's Republican Club; Mrs. James Orr, president of the Cumberland Women's Republican Club;, and Mrs. Kar Bachman,; member of the local women's group. The State Central Committeei_de- eided to cooperate fully in the project here; Getty, explained; and the committee supplied a voting lisl to the wornen's groups. He added that .the fund campaign will be carried, on with personal contact •t precinct level. ... Maryland, is ,the.-;pflot; state in the new carni>aign which will be..conducted nationally jiext .year, Getty explained. The state is a testing ground for the program this year Also; meeting with the committee last night was-William A. Wilson chairman,..of .the'Allegany County ' Board of Election Supervisors. Because of the advent of .the voting machines in the county at next year's elections, the number of election judges and clerks at the polls will be reduced, Getty said The State Central Committee mem bers will determine who will be retained in the newly, organized districts: under the Voting machine •ystem.. The committee decided to meei . again. November 29 when mem bers will make 'recommendations for their districts to be forwarded to the Board of Election Super visors. ' Attending last night's session in addition to Getty, Wilson, Mes t dames Cook, Orr and Bachman and Miss Close,; were Victor Hebb, Ed gar yi. Lewis, vice chairman of the commitee, Thomas Elias, Francis Miller, David Williams, George F. S. Jeffrey, and S. M. Berry, members of the group. Meanwhile, in Baltimore, Goy. Theodore R. McKeldin voiced a warning at a fund-raising drive dinner that the party had better renominate President Eisenhower or someone schooled in his philosophy. Motorist Pays $102 After Crash '.'"••*>' A Piedmont motorist paid a $102 fine and costs on two state motor vehicle violations after :having been committed to Allegany' County Jai for 60 days Monday in default o the fines. James Anthony Scrivo was re leased yesterday afternoon Jrom the county lockup after paying thi fines on charges of -reckless driv ing and leaving the scene of an accident. Magistrate 'J. Milton Dick, assessed the penalty, said Scrivo knocked down several -mail boxe. while driving along U. S. Route 22C in Bowling Green about 1 a. m Saturday. He was arrested by Trooper James F. Lewis of the Maryland State Police. p^ muetjr clow* bdby'i roan, and »dt roan. So gti new FtoricBrt teitay «t jrowr "If President Eisenhower, in his wisdom and that of his doctors, decides to run, his victory is a foregone conclusion. Virtually every Republican leader in Maryland was on hand except Sen. Butler, who said he had an Completes Course Pfc. Ambrdse N. 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