FROSTBURG-KEYSER A lid Tri-State Area News ,,-...'.. (14) Evening: Times, Tuesday, November 22, 1955 Land Fill Garbage Plan Discussed At Piedmont •TO OPEN OFFICE— Dr. Leslie Miles will open a new five- room office Friday at 27 Main Street, Lonacohing. A native of Huntington, W. Va., he was graduated from the University of Maryland Medical School. For the past 16 months he has maintained a practice at Capon Bridge,. W. Va. =' Yule Program Set ForDee, 1 LONACONING:— The : L a d;i e s Auxiliary, of Alvin C. Neat Post 5280, Veterans of.. Foreign Wars, held its .regular monthly meeting recently. ; Mrs. 'Margaret: Stafford, president,: presided.; .-. ' •••.' John Kelly, .president of Allegany County; .Teachers •.Association,, gave a talk" on "The Five Year-Program for Maryland -Public -Schools. "'He pointed out the needs-.of the 1 public schools -in 'Marylandi,- -. ''•••"•''- •• The ..live-year" program includes the need for- 6,000 new classrooms by 196Q,.- increased aid. f or, .teachers colleges', and improved retirement":benefits .for teachers', a', new state minimum /salary' scale., for teachers,., additional state aid, £or public libraries,; and state aid for driver education. , in public high schools. The purpose of these talks v is to acquaint the public with the needs of schools. Organizational support is being solicited. . The auxiliary is planning 'to hold its annual Christmas party December 1 at 8 p.m. in the form of a jingle party with exchanging of gifts. • ."'. . Cigarettes will be sent by the auxiliary to veterans' 'hospitals. Refreshments were served by a social committee. Brief Mention State Trooper William Broderick, who has been visiting relatives, will report to .Gaithersburg for his - new assignment ...... Amateur Event Held By Lions AtKitzmiller KITZMILLER — The Kitzmiller Lions Club held its annual amateur contest recently in the Elk Garden High School gymnasium. Over 600 attended. Winners of the contest were Frankie Burgess, Charlotte. McIntyre and Mr. and .Mrs. C. L. Bentley. Each contestant received a box of candy while the winners received a $25 savings, bond. The same night, winners, of the annual popularity contest were announced. First prize of a '$100 diamond jeweled wrist watch went to Betty Mac Burgess. Kay Burrell and Jerry McClung, in second and third places, respectively, won Samsonite luggage. Winner of the Zenith TV sot was Mrs. A. Evans of New Creek, W. Va. Approximately $700 was grossed. The proceeds' will be given by the Lions Club to the Elk Garden band and the Kitzmillcr band. Rolariaiis Shown Film On Atomic Submarine LONACONING — At a recent meeting of the Lonaconing Rotary Club, Lowell M. Sowers of the faculty 01 Froslburg Stale Teach * crs College showed a film on the "Atomic Submarine Program" and spoke about "Future Possibilities for Atomic Energy As a Commercial Source of Power." Two Valley High students, Donald Amoureso and Paul Winters, who attended the Rotary conference at Bedford, gave talks. It was announced that "Ladies Night" will be observed December 8. A reminder was read of the games party being sponsored by the street lighting committee and . the urgent need for funds for the holiday'lights and decorations. Mclnnie Wilson Feted LONACONING - Miss Mclnnic Wilson, eight-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs, George Wilson,- Wn- tcrcliffc, was honored with a "going away" party Sunday afternoon. Recently returned from Sacred 'Heart Hospital, she will enter Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, tomorrow for observation and treatment. Attending the party were Helen Taylor, Collctt Dodds, Brcnda Cowans, Rosemary O'Rourke, Betty and Rosalie Jacobs, Stella Marie Hacker, Georgia, Paul, Joseph and Kathy Wilson. ' : PIEDMONT — William Waller Keyser, a. state health officer, sug gested that the City of Piedmon cooperate with the City of Keysei in a land fill garbage plan at th< meeting of Mayor Rodney Bakei and the Council last evening. Keyser now has a plan in opera tion and the community purchased a bulldozer. There is a parcel of land near the present dump used by Pied mont, about half-way between here and Keyser, that will probably be up for sale in the near future Disposing of garbage by the lane [ill eliminates rats and other unsanitary conditions which garbage attracts. Waller was requested to contact the Keyser City officials relative to cost and other necessary information so the matter could be discussed by the two communities. The Duncan Meter Company demonstrated a parking meter that sells for $66.50. Present parking meters of the town would have a trade-in allowance of $12.50 for single meter and $25 for a double meter. A company representative offered to place a dozen meters on the street for 90 days operation without any cost or obligation with the .own keeping the receipts. Mayor Baker stated the'town will establish a parking ground on the 'orrrier property of. the Western laryland Railway which was recently purchased. The ground would not be put Into condition until spring. Vernon Hamilton, chief of Tri- 'owns Fire Company I, and Wayne laines invited the Mayor and Council to attend a 'dinner today at 7:30 at the fire hall. They also tated they were planning to buy a used light panel type truck to :arry equipment to fires. How- iver, a- place to house the truck s needed. City Clerk Ormond Ledlow stated that -?1,954.18 ; has' already been pent in dredging the Potomac River to curb-high water damage. The dredging is expected to be ompleted this week but Mayor Baker stated they are also con- idering necessary repairs to the lood .wall at the lower end of Vater Street. Garbage this, week will be col- ected on the hill tomorrow and on iday due to Thanksgiving. The mayor slated persons should Ot put their garbage out before he night on the morning it is to >e taken away by the employees f the street department. Mayor Baker stated he had re- :eived much praise for the clean- ng of the street after the recent now. . The streets are cleaned by vashing the ashes off of them, and bis plan will be continued when- ver possible. The proposal of Harry Reeves, tiering to give the losvn a Christ- nas tree free of charge, was dis- ussed. Cost of taking a tree and eplanting it would be to.o costly tut it was.decided to ask Reeves ; he could cut the tree town and iut it on the Piedmont parking ot for Christmas time. It was ordered that a fire plug c purchased. Joseph Eger, wa- er superintendent was granted vages for two weeks instead of aking his vacation as requested. Thanksgiving Service Slated For Tri-Tovns WESTERNPORT' — The Rev. L. E. Crowson, pastor of Trinity Methodist Church, Piedmont, will Oliver the sermon at the annual 'hanksgiving services at Mt. Calary Lutheran Church Thursday 110:30 a. m. under sponsorship of ie Tri-Towns Ministerial Associa- lon. Rev'.' Robert E. Cassell, pas.lor f the host church, will be the litur- ist.' The program will include reading of Psalm 116 and Romans II; 32-12;2; by Rev. William B Orndorff, pastor of the First Bop list Church; prayer of Thanksgiv ing, Rev. A. C. Agncw. pastor o the Evangelical' United Brethren Church. The offering will be distributee equally to Piedmont! Legion Corps Will Conduct Tag Day Sale • WESTERNPORT — The ne*wly formed Drum and Bugle Corps of Victory Post 155, American Legion, will sponsor two tag -days: this week to raise funds for the purchase of equipment. . • • The first will be held tomorrow and the other one on Saturday. Members of the corps, auxiliary and Legion will be on the streets to sell tags. The corps, which was organized three weeks ago, has 55 members and equipment has been ordered. It is expected to be received by December 15. Cost of the equipment alone is expected to total $4,500. The color of the drums are red. The un forms have not yet been decide upon but action on them will b at the next meeting November 28 Brief Mention The Ready Workers Class Christ Memorial Baptist _ Churc will meet at the home of Mr. an Mrs. Alfred Harris, Stoney Ru Road, tomorrow at 7:30 p.'m. The Faithful Workers Class Christ Memorial Baptist Churc will meet at the home of Mrs Emma Vincent, Reynolds, Friday at 7:30 p. m. Students Aid TB Campaign KEYSER—The student body an acuity of Key.ser High School ar :aking part in the national Chris mas campaign to combat tubercu .osis. Free will offerings are being re ceived' from the students, in an amount from one cent up, and th ;eachers distribute TB crosses fo ;he donations made. The TB cross es are to be pinned on their cloth ng and take the place of Chris mas seals used for adults. Whe the money is received from th students they get their'pin an the money is deposited in the prin cipal's office. Tomorrow, the annual Thanks living Day program will be-give; during the sixth period in the h'igl school auditorium. This will be fol owed by the annual Thanksgfvin vacation period, continuing unti next Tuesday at 9 a. m. A notice has been given that th> regular teachers meeting is schec uled for next Tuesday at the clos of school hours. Parker C. Black mncipal, •. has left the time open .0 see if some teachers prefer to lave the. meeting on Wednesday nstead of Tuesday. Church Conducts Clothing Drive FROSTBURG — Sodality devo ions will be conducted tomorrow at 7 p. m. in St. Michael's Catholii ihurch. A public social sponsored by th church will be held Friday at. 3. m. in the parish'hall. The annual Thanksgiving doth ng drive for destitute peoples o he Near and Far East and sec ions of 'Europe is being held this veck in the parish. Wearable arti cles of clothing, shoes., blankets jedding and other relief materials are to be brought to the parish tail during the week where the rticles will be assorted and boxec or shipment to the relief center. The annual collection for the Catholic University of America vill be received at all the masses Sunday. The Senior Choir will have re :earsal tomorrow at 7:30 p. m. Red Cross Chapter Social Welfare Club Westernport and Luke and Tri Towns Ministerial Association. Four Area Men Join National Guard Unit FROSTBURG - Capt. Gerajd . Reeves, commanding officer o; Company D, 115th Infantry, Maryland National Guard, announccc the enlistment of the following foui men for a period of three years: Pvts. Dale and Donald Mccse, lwin sons of Mr. and Mrs. Reid Meese, RD 1, Salisbury, Pa.; Pvt. Carl L. Murray, son of Mrs. Elsie Murray, RD 1, Salisbury, and Pvt. Edgar A, Oesler. son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Oester, RD l, Salisbury. Capt. Reeves stated that any young man interested in joining Company D may do so by reporting to the armory on Water Street., Tuesday nights between 7:30 and 9:30, x or phone Froslburg 883<J. Several. vacancies still exist in Company D, he added, for young men between the ages of 17 and 35 years, 'The strength of the unit is now 95 enlisted men and four offi- Hobo' Dance Scheduled WESTERNPORT - The Bruce High School Band Parents Association will sponsor a public "Hobo" lance in the high school auditorium tomorrow, at 7:30 p. m. Proceeds will be used for the purchase of uniforms for Ihe Bruce band. Schools To Close 'or Holiday Weekend PIEDMONT—Piedmont schools vith others-in Mineral county, wil :lose for the Thanksgiving holidays tomorrow afternoon and will not resume sessions until November 29 Wcsternpprt and Luke public schools, with- those in Allegany County, will close at 1 p. m. am resume at 9 a. m. November 28 St. Peter's Parochial School wil, also dose tomorrow at the usua! time and reopen.November 28. Santa Clans To Visit Tri-Towns District WESTERNPORT - Santa Glaus will visit the Tri-Towns, Piedmont, Westernport and Luke on Friday, An automobile caravan will mecl him at 1 p. m. and parade after joining the Bruce High School band at Jake's Place, Westernport, The contingent will parade down Main Street, Westernport, across the Maryland-West Virginia interstate bridge to ; Ashfield Street. Piedmont, and to the Piedmont municipal parking lot opposite G. C. Murphy Company's store. San ta will distribute gifts to boys and girls. "•''' Lions Club Purchases 500 Christmas Trees WESTERNPORT—Five hundred Christmas trees have been ordered from'Vermont, according to J. Wil Jam -Beck, chairman of the Yule irojcct of, the Wcslcrnport and Uike Lions Club. This is the tenth year the club has sold. Christmas trees and the money realized is'used for a sight conservation fund. Balsam • fir trees will be sold again this year. The regular dinner meeting of he club in Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church social rooms has been post- >oncd to Friday at C>:30 p. m. on iccounl of Thanksgiving. At this nccting it will be decided where ho trees will be sold and th« date he sale will begin. PULP MILL FIRST AID TEAM—A total of 72 employes at the Luke plant of the West Virginia Pulp -and Paper- Company have been given first aid training, and a new class is scheduled to begin December 7. The Luke first aid team is 1 composed of (1. to r.) Russell Brown, Robert Stultz, Delbert Tichnell, William Deyens and William Seaber. The plant completed the fiscal year with a. injury frequency of 4.3, or an average of four disabling injuries for every 1,000,000 man-hours of production. •••'•;• • Rotary Club At Frostburg Marks Event FROSTBURG — Rev. Paul V Taylor was in charge of Thanksgiving program of Frostburg Rotary Club at -it weekly meeting last evening ir Zion Evangelical and Reformei Ihurch, East Main Street. Following the dinner in the Sun day School-rooms, Rotarians wen :o the main' auditorium where tin 'ollowing program took place: 'Organ prelude, Monroe Harris call to worship, Rev. Taylor; pro csssional and invocation; hymn and reading "The First Thanks giving-'; hymn by a 21-voice choir of Beall High School students; solo Patricia Engle; two minutes o silent meditation; responsive read ing. recessional and benediction. The group will meet Monday a 6 p. m. in Zion Church with Wil iam S. Jenkins-in charge of the program. Hyiidiuan Church Plans Service HYNDMAN-The annual Thanks ;iving service will be held tomor •ow at 8 p. m. in the Methodis' Church. Rev. Randall Parsons Trostburg, will deliver the sermon Brief Mention Mrs. James Owens has returnet 'rom Washington. Her son. Jack ias recently had an appendectomy at Bethesda Medical Center. Mrs. Delia Sherier and Mrs Myrtle Barclay -visited Janet Barclay at Hagerstown. Mrs. Grace Albright visited Mrs. Richard Manning at Pittsburgh. _ Mrs. "Marcele Reckley anc daughter^ Mrs.-Paul Munson, re urned home after several days dsit with Mrs. Reckley's mother and sister, Mrs. Bess Harden and Helen Seal. Mania- Shaffer is a- patient -in resbyterian Hosipta). at Pitts burgh. Walter Shaffer, who is with the U. S. Army, is home on a temporary furlough due to illness of his mother, who is a patient at Mem trial Hospital. Mrs. Donald Kuhn and family. Vaynesboro, is visiting at her lome. Mrs. Hilda Stuby visited her son at Altoona where he is a student at Penn State College. Miss Mamie Ake was in Oster- urg last week visiting her sister, \ r ome. . Sara Carter Heads Vrea Fire Auxiliary MT. SAVAGE-The Ladies Auxil- ary of the Mt. Savage Fire Company met recently in the Fire Hall. Officers for the year were elected as follows: president, Sara Carter: vice president, Gertrude Reagan; 'secretary, Dorothy Hughes: treasurer, HazelSwauger: chaplain, Rellie • Krabbenhoft; guard, Evelyn Blank, and color- icarer, Sara Werner. The new officers will be installed December 6. A Christmas party vas planned for December-7. A ocial hour followed the meeting vith Mrs. Anna Gaughan and Mrs. Ivelyn Blank serving as hostesses. Student Teachers riven Assignments MT. SAVAGE — Harry Lennox. Lee Weiscnborne, Mrs. Joan Soner and Miss Nancy Baker have cgun their student teaching as- ignmcnts at Mt.. Savage Junior iigh School. Mrs. Sonncr and Miss Baker arc raduatcs of Bcall High School, rostburg, and are now seniors, at tate Teachers College. They are oth seniors .nt JFYostburg State eachers and are teaching under ho direction of Jack Snyder. 'npils to Eat Turkey PAW PAW—Pupils of Paw Paw !<gh and Elementary schools will « scwd n turkey dinner during h« regular lunch period tomorrow. Pekin Street Lighting Event Slated; Ryan Named Speaker ' PEKIN — Members of the Pekin Community Club are making final arrangements for a street lighting celebration to be held .Friday anc Saturday i according to Mrs. Forrest Simpson, president." Preceding tne various events scheduled to be held at the former Pekin school house, the switch wil] be pulled to light up the community's main streets, along Route 36 and also on Railroad Street in the direction of the town's post office. Thomas Lee, Michael McCabe and William Dobson, three of the oldest residents, have been asked to participate in:this event. A parade will form at the top of town and march to the community cen- ier. Saturday night's activities will begin at 7:30. Edward J. Ryan, attorney, will be guest speaker with Wilbur Johnson as master of ceremonies. Proceeds from the affair will 30 used to help defray expenses of maintaining the lights. Persons responsible for the lighting program are Mrs. Mildred Hyde, chairman: Mrs. Simpson, president; Mrs.' Elizabeth Colmer, vice president; Mrs. Ethel Dobson, secretary-treasurer, and Mrs.'Sarabell Muir. Other committees include: fanci- work, Mrs. • Mildred Hyde, Mrs. John Kight; refreshments, Mrs. William Dobson, Mrs. Sue Brown, Mrs. Phillip Vinci, Mrs. Jennie Donaldson. -Mrs, Elizabeth Ross, Mrs. Howard O'Haver and Mrs. Janie Lee, Candy shop, Mrs. Elizabeth Colmer, Mrs. Ella Wallace, Miss Janet lolmer and Miss Virginia Unu- check; parcel post booth, Mrs. Sarabell Muir and Mrs. Wilbur Johnson. Grab bag, Mrs..Evelyn Muir and Mrs. G1 e n r o s e McCutcheron; games, Mrs. Charles Meese, 'Miss Jladys.McCabe., Mrs. Earl Kiddy, Alonza Miller, John Kiddy, Charles Meese, Wilbur Johnson and Mrs. r orrest Simpson. Balloons,' Miss Donna O'Haver, Miss Patty Matthews, Miss Virginia Robertson. Miss Doris O'Haver and Miss Nancy Colmer. Methodist WSCS Holds Meeting GRANTSVILLE - The Grantsville Methodist WSCS met recent- y at the church with Mrs. Earl Jchty presiding. Mrs. Lee Layman, leader, read icriplure and led the panel discussion on, "Women and the Church Through the Centuries," assisted >y Mrs. Irva Mickey and Mrs. lay ton Edwards. Mrs. Henry F. Durst gave the prayer and read a poem on Thanksgiving." The group decided to send a box )f canned goods to the Meyersdale Community Hospital. for Thanksgiving. A gift and cash donation ve're presented to Mrs. H. E. Snite or her infant daughter.' The December, meeting will be ield at the home of Mrs; Clayton Sdwards,. assisted by Mrs. .Ken-| neth Edwards. Mrs. 'Olin Yoder| and Mrs. John Hanft were host-! esses. Holly Mystery Gift Solved ' : : FROSTBURG — A mystery gift of a planting of American holly, received last month from the Forrest Keeling'Nursery in Missouri by Frostburg State Teachers College, was cleared up this week. A letter from the' nursery, in answer to an inquiry by R. Bowen Hardesty, president, stated that the American holly was a gift from Mrs. Ina Watson, 28 Beall's Lane, Frostburg, formerly of the college. Hardesty has expressed his appreciation "of the gift and said he considered it a 'valuable addition to the college shrubbery. Keyser Book Contest Held KEYSER—Two individuals and two Keyser school classroom units received awards in the Book .Week contest conducted here by the Keyser-Mineral County library. Susan Shelton and Denny Rose tied for first prize in the poster contest. Each received a free ticket to "Julius Caesar," 'presented by the Barter Theatre Monday. First prize of ?5 for classroom unit" observation was awarded to the fifth grade taught by Miss Mary Rice. Students there prepared book posters, book marks, book ends, donated books to the library, visited the library and prepared a book party for their classmates and the judges. The highlight of the entertainment was the presentation of storybook characters in accurate and authentic costumes. From out of the pqges of storybook land came Robin Hood, Heidi, Martha Washington, Davy. Crockett, Cinderella, Peter Rabbit and Lassie. First prize in arts and crafts was given the four rooms of the :ixth grade taught by Mrs. W. H. Chappell, Mrs. Frances Staggers, Mrs. G. H. Klinestiver and Robert Junkins'for their extensive exhibit on the stage of the Elementary School building. Helen Michael, N'arue and Mary Miller, Kenneth Kolkhorst and Barbara O'Rear explained to visitors about the ex- iiibits from foreign lands. Featured in the display were dolls, clocks, books, shoes, hats, photographs, letters, fishing rods, paper money and newspapers from Switzerland, Scotland, Haiti, Japan, Mexico and France. Band Parents Will Purchase New Uniforms MT. SAVAGE —, The Band Parents organization met at Mt. Savage High School recently. Alfred Benna, principal, gave a brief talk on uniforms which will be- purchased in the near future. ' ,.... A planned income budget with a goal of 51,500 was presented at the meeting. • 'An area bake sale will be held December 9 in Ellerslie, Corriganville and Mt. Savage. The bake sale will be held in Ellerslie at the fire hall under the chairmanship of Mrs. Geprge Lybarger and her co-workers; at Corriganville in Matthews Store under the chairmanship of Mrs. Harry Martz and her co-workers, and at Beal's Store in Mt. Savage, under the chairmanship of Mrs. Alfred -Snyder and her co-workers. Booster tickets were placed on sale 'by Alfred Snyder, band director. These" and other coming projects are ' under the direction of the ways and means chairman, Earl Boyc'e. Staggers To Visit Hardy Post Offices MOQREFIELD — .Congressman Harley 0. Staggers will visit post offices in Hardy County tomorrow to obtain the views.of citizen's on public questions and to assist in matters involving the federal gov- ment. ' • "• The schedule will be Rio, 9:30 a. m.; Baker, 10:15 a. m.; ,L°st River, 10:50 a. m.; Lost City, 11:20 a. m.; Mathias, 11:50 a. .m.: Perry, 2:05 p. m., and Wardensville, 2:45 p. m. Jnioii Thanksgiving Service Thursday LONACONING—Lonaconing will lold a Union Thanksgiving service Thursday at 30 a. m, in- First rlethodist Church. Rev. Paul Poland, pastor of 'entecostal Holiness Church, Jackon Street will speak. Other churches uniting are First 'resbyterian Church, of which the Rev. C. H. Goshorn is pastor, and 'irst Pentecostal Assembly of God Chu?ch of which tho Rev. E. C. tunt is pastor. ; Music will be arranged for the oliday program. Safe Driving ^ Day Plaimeo| IiiJtampshiref ROMNEY — Sgt'., Robert Schnell of the local detachrhenttgj West Virginia State/Police 'is fin char'ge of Hampshire County's!preparations" for Safe Driving -Pay, December l',:.and is "placing white crosses along the highways to mark places where fatalities .have occurred. Since 1950, 45 persons have 'met death on highways within . the county in 35 separate accidents. By November 16 .of 1955,137 accidents had occurred in the county, according to State .Police records Accidents investigated by.townjpb: lice and the sheriff's off ice "are not included in that figure. To date/ there has been only one fatalify this year. : '. ;,,._ The stimated property damagg resulting from the 137 accidents in-' vestigated totals 580^810. ' ^. Thirty-eight drivers ; involved. iii accidents *ere drinking driver^", Probable causes of mishaps were: wrong side of the road, 45; exces. sive speed, 39; violation of right- of-way, .21; defective equipment. 10; following too close, six: asleep at the. wheel, three and misceUjiif- eous, 13. Icy roads, inexperienced drivers and other causes come under the miscellaneous listing. "'*^ Reports show accidents listed by; days of the week as follows: Suni 1 days, 33; Saturdays, 29; FridaysV 19; Thursdays, 18; Mondays,' ITi Tuesdays, 15 and Wednesdays, sfxY Wednesday appears to be the s'af- ! est day of the week to be on Hampshire . County highways. ''. By November 17, inspection stations 'in Hampshire County had in-, spected 3,470 'vehicles. There are 3,980 registered vehicles in thfe county. '" • • ••??. In West Virginia, a spot checV of 8,420 vehicles revealed that 63.3 per cent heeded headlight adjust'* ment, 13.7 per cent needed brake repairs or adjustment, 9.9 per cent needed steering repairs and seven per cent had defective exhaust exhaust-systems. '• : '' ' • The first two months of the os quired vehicle'-inspection in: tha state revealed that' tne averag* cost to the motorist of getting his.' car into proper condition was $6.ii~ The. inspection deadline :was NOT-' ember 18. '• -• Training Classes " Resume For Firemen ,,.^ McCOOLE — Volunteer firemen's training classes have been revived 1 at the McCpole Fire Hall with Homer Ambrose as instructor!' Keyser firemen have been invited to join the program. : ' •" A. training class was begun" bjr" Potomac Fire Company 1 of Wesf ; ernport. The McCoole company had 10 men in the class and West? ernport had seven. Ambrose 'has' received word that four more from Westernport will be in the class :his week. Classes will be held;on Wednesday nights for the Weste'fn- aort group and on Thursdays for McGoole firemen. '"' Minstrel Show Set At Baker VA Center PIEDMONT—The minstrel show held last week for the.benefit of ; St. Peter's Catholic Church .will' be presented at Baker VA Center, Martinsburg, Sunday at 2 p. m. for veterans,in the hospital there. Legionaires planning to attend the -affair should contact William Hood, post commander,- by Thursday so transportation can be arranged. Traffic Safety Group Will Meet Today FROSTBURG - Rev. William Yingling, chairman of the Frostburg Traffic Safety Committee, states that the-committee will meet today at 7:30 p. m. in the City Hall. All members are urged to be present as further- traffic problems will be discussed. 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