Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 1, 1955 · Page 19
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EIGHTEEN EVBNINCj TliMUS, CUMBERLAND, MU., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1,'1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker Witnesses Say MacPhail Not Drunk At Race Track TOWSON, Md. tfi - A of witnesses testified yesterday that Larry MacPhail was not drunk April 11. 1953 at Rowie Race Track ;vhen a series of incidents occurred which led to his dismissal as president. MacPhail is suing Bowie for about $267,000 he claims is clue on a contract he had to run the tracks. He was dismissed from his job alter the April 11 flareup and the Maryland Racing Commission suspended him from attending the track any more that spring. MacPhail forfeited collateral on charges of assaulting a state trooper. The defense concluded its case yesterday after parading a string oi witnesses who testified Mac-, Phail. former baseball magnate, was drunk and used abusive language'^ within earshot of the public. Disputing this yesterday and testifying to MacPhail's sobriety were Robert B. Barton, Chicago advcr-j tising counselor and horsemen; Morris Schapiro, an owner of Laurel Racecourse; R. Bruce Livie, Obituary • Continued from Page 17) | Smith, at home; two brothers, c-,^ hn cn«, Ai-u.piinii ducted tomorrow at 2 p. m. at the.William Smith, this city, and Rus- said tie saw :uau na> : Scal . pclli Funcral Homc by Rev .!scll Smith, Belle Grove, and 22 twice on the day in question aiid| D , |Vi(i c streett, vicar of Holyjgrandchildren. as far as sobriety was concerned]Cross Episcopal Church. Interment found him "perfectly all right, the.will be in Hillcrest • Burial Park ._ t _...||l ___:ll i_ _ r«» .1 same as always, strictly business." also said lie saw M;ic-, : ;inu pallbearers will be Frank John Wolfe, Elmer Fhail about 20 minutes before a state trooper charged him with he ing drunk and disorderly. Schapiro said MacPhail appeared sober at the time. iSturtz. I Moor Loman Bennetl and Peter Lippold. Smith Services Services for Webster Mason Smith, (S3, of near Flintstone, who Jdied yesterday after suffering a Marcus called MacPhail had the clubhouse at Bowie a "clash of personalities that should have been forgotten." The horsemen's t e s t i m o n yjwill be in the church cemetery, gainst MacPhail at the time ledj The body is at the Hafer Fu- lo his suspension by the Maryland neral.Home. an argumcnt! hcarl aUack Qn a dowmown rk . lou wil1 be conducted Salur- _^ 2 ^ ^^ ^ Fairview Christian Church, Arlemas, Pa., by Rev. Walter M. Twigg. Interment Racing Commission. Harry B. Marcus and John Pons. all owners of horses. P. Mann Resigns Post Born in Bedford County, Pa., he was a son of the late Morgan and Martha' (Cavenden Smith. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Edna (Sowerst Smith; three sons, •rv i •» * , . . u->uua \tjvw ui .3' uumn. un vc oww, Dale Mann has resigned as a| Ear , Smi i h Ango , Ind d Carl member of the board, of super- and John SmRh botn of F i intslone . visors of the Allegany So.l Con-| fivc daughlcrs> M rs. Ray Horn- servation District. Named, to re place Mann is D. T. Puffcnberger, of Piney Plains, who operates a 208-acre farm. baker, Clear Spring; Mrs. Menns Ash. New Castle, Del.; Mrs. Horn- ei Teeter and Mrs. Dixie Kile, both of Flintstone. and Miss Vera iwee*««««!€««o«««««'.«!6^*i«*«w4sw««^ I Make SMITH'S Your Headquarters For . CKristmas Mrs. Maggie M. Kesecker BERKELEY- SPRINGS — Mrs. Maggie May Kesecker, 32, of nearby Sleepy Creek, died yesterday in tho Maplewood Nursing Home, Winchester, Va., where she had been a patient 18 months. A native of Morgan County, she was a daughter of the late James M. and Rachael (White) Loman. Mrs. Kesecker was a member of Sleepy Creek Evangelical United Brethren Church. Her husband, John Kesecker, preceded her in death. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. R. L. Rossman, Winchester, two grandchildren and two great- grandchildren. The body-is at the Parks Funeral Home wtere services will be con-, ducted lonjorrow at 2:30 p.m. by Rev. Earl Kesecker and Rev. G. A. Frazier. Interment will be in Sphors Crossroads Cemetery. c. Frank Moore PARSONS—Frank Moore, FOR ALL THE FAMILY $1.95 to $6.95 WOMEN'S .... Slippers .... ........... ...... $1.95. TO $5.95 CHILDREN'S Slippers ............... ... $1.95 T o $3.95 MEN'S Slippers . ............. $3.45 T p $6.95 Wf'rc a lar^e seler- llon — All colnrii. 'mil st.Y]««, nil !ilr,r*. ^^a- flonnlilr priced loo! ''US- band .of'the former Miss Julia Sayre of nearby Hambleton, died yesterday in Warwick, Va. Services and interment will take place there tomorrow. Dorsey E. Purnell OAKLAND—Dorsey E. Purnell, 52, a former resident, died Tues- J day of a heart attack while hunl- j|jing near Aberdeen. K\ Born in. Garrett County, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. George 'lk E. Purnell, he had been employed as a refrigeration engineer by the government. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Stacia'.(Friend) Purnell; a stepson. Glen Frantz: a stepdaughter, Mrs. Norris Crites, both of Aberdeen; two brothers, Lewis Purnell, Aberdeen, and Jasper Purnell, Oakland; three sisters, Mrs. Beu- lalv Brown. Aberdeen; Mrs. Lottie Takach,' ' Baltimore, and Mrs. K\ Nellie .Butler,- Mcyersdale, Pa.', " and : two half-sisters, Mrs. Pearl Dancer, Fairbanks. Texas, and West Virginia Roads Group Makes Change Personnel Shifts Made To Make Use Of Those Skilled CHARLESTON, W. Va. W-The State Road Commission began today a widespread 'administrative reorganization which eventuallj will include a new accounting system. Commissioner Burl A. Sawyers said that a reshuffling of experienced personnel into new positions in an effort to make the mosl of available engineering skill was ilfective today. Installation of the accounting system, making liberal use ol modern punch-card records. \vil; take an estimated six to 12 months. Sawyers said any personnel reductions would stem from a "slow, orderly process." In one major change, George W. McAlpin was named to a new post of assistant chief engineer to serve under Chief Engineer M. L. O'Neale. McAlpin was replaced as late construction engineer by Wilson Ward, who has been a regional construction engineer at Clarksburg. L. C. Madden will head a new surveys and plans'office which will function as a separate division responsible to the chief engineer. The reorganization also calls for a'"director of personnel," but that 'will be vacant for the time seing. Sawyers' administrative assistant, Vincent Johnkoski, is set ting up a new personnel records and personnel classification system, however. Another feature of 'the reorganization will be a centralized payroll, a-step expected to eliminate much of the clerical work now done under an arrangement in which districts and divisions handle their own payrolls. The road commissioner said the reorganization was being carried out at the -request of Gov. Mar-, land. Mrs. Dessie W. Va. Austin, Graflon, JENDEff fELT gMOL 137 Baltimore St. The body will arrive here lo- 51 morrow and be taken to the Leighton Funeral Home where services will be conducted Saturday at II K Legislative i Continued from Page 17) merit system and selected by the commission from lists of qualified persons furnished by the state em- No an ^n »ent With Cnai Accou nt.' Swivel Rocker for dad! a.m. by Rev. E. A. Crites. Inter- ployment commissioner. Addition- men t will be in Oakland Cemctery.jal personnel, if needed, could be provided later. The 'study committee said it did not believe representatives of other state departments should be members of the commission, nor does it believe specific advisory committees from other state agencies should be established by the commission, but, it said, it does recommend' the commission have authority to establish advisory groups representing industry, agriculture, labor, seafood interests, railroads and other forms of transportation and .utilities;.'.'recreation and any other economic--field concerning which it may want advice. Other state agencies should be directed to comply with reasonable requests for- information or cooperation. $92.500'First'Year It was suggested from $75,000 tn ?100,000 be provided for the State Department of Economic Development in the budget. It said many stales spcrici far more for similar work and it seems probable more' money will be needed as work -of the department develops. Overall, it suggested an expenditure of $92,500 the first year to be apportioned as follows: Director. $15.000: statistician to prepare economic data, $10.000: chief clerk, $6.000; .1 other office employes. S9.000; travel expense, S8.000: brochures concerning Maryland and its advantages, S1S.OOO; advertising in newspapers and periodicals,. £20.000: office rent in Baltimore ily, S2.500: office furniture, S2,- WO: stationery, office supplies, etc., $3.000; and telephone. $1,500. A Real Man's Size Chair, value priced Ill i ',;*»*! -.* Here's a real "he-man" chair for Dad . . . constructed from reinforced oak frame with nine-coil seat spring construction. Comfortable rubber-foam reversible cushion which measures 23" deep, by 24" wide. .Spring filled back and built like a soft pillow for comfort. Choice of smart, decorator colors. L BCRNJTCIN 9-HN.C€Nm /T Use the "LB" Layaway! To Represent Notre Dame Casper Taylor, son of Mr. and Mrs. ..Casper R. Taylor, LaValc. vill represent, the University of N'olre Dame at the Seventh United States Military .Academy Student Conference on "United Slates Af- airs" tomorrow through December I at West Point. -Approximately 30 students from colleges and universities throughout 'the country vill attend the conference. PRESCRIPTIONS DELIVERED FREE • Four. Registered Pharmacist* •> All Prescriptions Triple \^ ^ \^ Checked Prescription t On File from U94 Walsh & McCagh PHARMACY 101 N. Centre St. Maryland'» Leading Prescription Store Make this a Procfica/ Christmas! a gitt for every man, on your list. New slim line toppers in Donegal hveeds, smart herringbones, ,^ shetlands and crisp appearing coverts and gabardines. 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