Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 5, 1955 · Page 9
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Local •t- Comic* •I- Clattified The Newspaper For The Uonw Member Associated Press MONDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1955 Second Section Council Acts To Sell Flood Bond Issue §000,000 Proposal Also Includes Possibility Of £ Special Assessment , '^f The Mayor and Council today approved an ordinance calling for the sale of $600,000 in flood control bonds and reserved the right to establish a flood district to make special assessments for benefits derived from the project.- It was emphasized, however, that the flood district and special assessment clause is not mandatory. Action can be taken on the provision, 'if heeded, anytime within five years after the date of passage of the ordinance today. 'The ordinance was passed under provisions of constitutional home rule, which states'that if no'protest petition is f' 1 "'! within 40 days, the ordinance -becomes effective. Bends are expected to be put up for sale in 50'days. Asks .About District Edward .Ewaid, chairman of the civic- ; committee of the Chamber of Commerce, appeared to ask council what it has in mind as a flood control-district. , • -• Mayor Roy W. Eves explained that, the special assessment : Js a reseryatipn- and does^not mean it will be. placed in effect. This would be.voted On separately,, he said, adding that council has not agreed on-the subject. " • • • ' Publicity was given to the possibility of including the.flood district proviso in the ordinance, he said, in.,order that council could sample public opinion. Council has not determined -how the flood district •would be ; laid out v but. it probably would be on the basis of damages . incurred in previous floods, Eves said. • . ' • ' Charles Z. Heskett, former city solicitor, said he had appeared because rumor had it some. assessments would be made today. How- eve'r/'he said, since that was not so,-he believed council acted.right- fully in reserving the right to do so later. • Would Apply To AH .Ewald' asked if the same provision had been made in other flood control issues. Council-said no, but this'would apply-to all of .them. City Attorney- Thomas B. Finan said today's' action is not without precedent. In 1927, an assessment was made for West Side and later another for Wills Creek. These were based on a certain percentage of- the assessable basis and A not on front footage, he added. . . *?' • The problem in this instance, Finan continued;'is 'that If couricll'did not reserve the right to special as* scssments now, it could not do so later. He, too, emphasized that the move is not mandatory and can be considered later. ^ Can't Delay Ordinance Ewald wanted to know if. the ordinance could be delayed. Finan said council already had held it over a week, and that the money will be needed soon after the first o( the year. The contractor is starting work on the Market Street •bridge and he will need money. Finan pointed out the ordinance must lay on the table 40 days under the home rule setup. Another issue, .$150,000 for additions and improvements to the Memorial Hospital Nurses Home was delayed until next week since it does not come under home rule but was authorized under an enabling acl by the legislature. Finan said, however, that council will sell both the flood and hospital bond issues at the same time. 12 County Men To Be Inducted Seven local residents and five Frostburg area men will leaye Thursday for induction into the armed forces at.Fairmont. P. Emmett Fahey, clerk coordinator of the local Selective .Service Boards, said this morning that the group will depart at 6:50 a. m. by Eastern Greyhound Bus Lines, and stop. in. Frostburg to pickup the group there. The local men are scheduled to report at the Selective Service "off ice at 6:15 a. m., Fahey added. The local group will include James Edward Wagner and James William Bible, both of Oldtown from Board 27: Gene Gibson Weber. 225 Baltimore Avenue, and Edward Thomas Rhodes, 319 Frederick Street, from Board 28, and John Charles Weathcrholt, 322 Avirctl Avenue, and Edward Joseph Prcndcrgast, 511 Washington Street, both from Board 29. Fahey said Billy ,Joe Shaw, a transfer from Wetumpka, Ala., will also leave from Board 29. Scheduled to leave from Boarc 30 Frostburg, are George Bernard Keller, Gilmore: Edward.H. Rob- «iertson. Barton: Charles R. Connor ^Lonaeoning; Wayne T. Michael RD 1. Wcsternport, and Cecil H Fazenbaker, Luke. Fahey said no'man will leave wilh this group.for physical examinations. Pennsylvania Man Inspects Bridge Work An-independent contractor, was hired by the-Mayor and Council pday to inspect work on Ihe new Market Street bridge. He is LeRoy A.' Schooley, of Mc- Conneisburg,-Pa., who will receive $900 for not less than 50 working days.-' -Mayor Roy W- Eves was authorized to .execute the contract: Commissioner ' John J. Long questioned why a local - man 1 had not been hired 'for the 'job.' Commissioner William H. Buchho.Itz said that after, investigation, the city' was' unable'-to" find any'one West Virginia Deer Hunter Bullet Victim . Mingo Countiun Dies In Hospital; Others Wounded A 41-year-old West Virginian died Saturday -night in Rockingham Memorial Hospital, Harrisonburg, Va,, of injuries suffered the day before in a deer hunting accident in Pendleton County. Authorities said the victim was Raymond Cline, of Baisden, Mingo County, adding that he was shot by James W. Clise Jr., of RD 5, Fairmont, while t the two men ,were hunting individually in the -Little Fork area of the county. Conservations Officer W. Elclon Hottinger, who is investigating, said Cline was wounded at about 4:30 o. m.,' Friday when Clise fired'at him from- a distance of about 30 yards. Charges Filed After Hit.Run Fatal Mishap George MeCormick,40, Lonacoiiing, Facing Manslaughter Count A 40-year-old Lonaeoning man was charged with manslaughter by motor vehicle th|s morning and released under action of 'the $1,000 X bond for Allcgany county January grand jury. George McCormick, Dudley Street, Lonaeoning, was: given a hearing before Trial Magistrate J. Milton Dick after being questioned in the state's -attorney's office. He waived a hearing and requested that 1 bond be set.' McCormick was arrested • by State 'Police Trooper First Class Donald R. Wade and Harry A. Bosley after his wife phoned police yesterday and told them her hus- apparently mistaking Cline for a band was the driver of the car which killed William D: Leake, FOUR FOR FOUR — Three members of the Minke family, and a-frien'd'are shown with the four bucks they killed" in'Pennsylvania during 'the deer season last week. Left to right-are .Roy Minke, Mrs, Mary Minke, his wife; Donald -Minke, their son, and John Allen. The Minke's, who reside on Christie Road, have'returned from - the Pennsylvania* trip. ' "' BENNETT — Mrs.' Margaret, 82, Elkins. DIXON—Mrs. Annie S.; 73, • Cre- sapiown. ; ' ... RIZER — Mrs. Mary, 75,. of 632 Fayetle Street. . ' • • SCHEURLING — Mrs. -Mary, 50, Braddock Farms. .ocally who could qualify. Eves was also aulhorized to enter into a contract with Frank N. Weber at a" "sum of $9b'6 : for _ssisling in inspection of construction work on the 18-inch water line to "Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company. This order followed rescind- ng_o_f a previous_order on the rnat- ,er which was passed la'st week. Council also 'approved payment of $8,452.49' to Cumberland Contracting Company as estimate No. 1 covering the period November 21-30 under the contract for in- slallalion of Ihe waler line. City Auditor Arthur B. Gibson told council that money from sale of water bonds is not yet available to pay the first estimate. But city attorney Thomas B. Finan said the $18,750 check posted^ by .he successful bidder could be deposited and used for the purpose. He said water bonds .are being prinled and money should be here n a few days. Council also "ordered payment of $5.925 to Robert T. Regester, consulting engineer, for advisory supervision and inspection at the sewage treatment plant in South End. Other payments authorized in eluded $71.58 to James Sullivan for damage ''to his .automobile by a city fireman:' and S3. to Mrs. Karl Will, RD 1; for .damage to her car caused by a low stop sign at the corner, of Smith and North Centre Streets. Mirths DYE —Mr. and Mrs. Melvin, 229 Welsh' Hill, Frostburg; a son at Miners Hospital Saturday there. FLANAGAN — Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie, 10 East Street, a son this morning at Memorial Hospital The mother is the former Miss Patricia Ann Schr'y, daughter of •Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Schry, Narrows Park. HOLLERN—Mr. and Mrs. Ralph, RD 1, this city, a daughter yesterday at Sacred Heart Hospital. LEASURE—Mr. and Mrs. William, Oldtown, a son this morning at Sacred Heart Hospital. NEFF—Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A., 208 Independence Street, a son yesterday at Memorial. PFEIFFER —Mr. and Mrs. John H., Willowbrook Road, a daughter yesterday at Memorial. RAKOCXY—Mr. and Mrs. Edward, Bridgcville. Pa., a daughter Saturday at the St. Clair Memo rial Hospital there. The mother is the former Miss Betty Jane Niner, formerly of Froslburg. ROMESBURG — Mr. and Mrs Thomas L, RD i, Hyndman. a daughter yesterday at Memorial SHAFFER —Mr. and Mrs. John " Francis, Locust Grove, a daughter yesterday at Sacred Hearl Hospital. WEBB — Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey. Utah Avenue, a daughter this morning al Memorial, WINTERS—Mr. and Mrs. William Midlothian, a. daughter Saturday at Miners Hospital, Frostburg. Obituary Area Sailor Drowns In Rescue Try William Joseph Hbwsare, Bedford Road, sailor who 'was drowned WAR'NICK Park. Luther S,, 70, Deer Mrs. Mary Rizer Mrs. Mary Ann Rizer, 75, .of 632 Fayette Street, died this, morning at the Evans Nursing Home, Oak- and, where she had been a patient two weeks. She had been in ill lealth six months. ' A native of Froslburg, she was a daughter of the late Frederick and Sarah (Evans) Rowe. She had resided in this city 60 years, and: was, .the- Iwidow_of Clarence-'.F. flizer. She is survived by a son, Harry F. Rizer. city; two daughters, Mrs. Vlarvin Keiter, and Mrs. Ernest B. Treat, both of this city; two brothers, Urias Rowe and Benjamin Rowe, both ; of •'Frostburg; 'three sisters.' Mrs. -Elizabeth' Wfflison, city; Mrs: Virginia -Brennan. Barton, and "Mrs. Bertha .-Miller, 3 ekin, and-five grandchildren. The body will remain at Ihe Kight Funeral Home where serv- ces will be conducted Wednesday at 2 p.m. by Rev. Howard Amoss, pastor of Centre Slreet Methodist Ihurch. Interment will be in Hillcrest Burial Park. Mrs. Mary Scheurling Mrs. Mary Frances- Scheurling, 50, wife of Lloyd E. Scheurling_, Braddock Farms, died last night at Memorial Hospital a few hours after being admitted. A native of Ml. Savage, she was a daughter of the late Patrick F. and Emma (Porter) Reynolds. She lad resided in Cumberland since 1948. Mrs. Scheurling was a former school teacher, and taught the third grade at Mt. Savage Elementary School-for 16 years. She later did some substitute teaching. She was a' member of St. Patrick's ;atholic'Church here. Besides her husband, she is sur- viyed by two brothers, James P. Reynolds, Wilkinsburg, Pa., and Bradley Reynolds. Sacramento, last weekend 'in Caribbean, died trying -to save the' life. of. a buddy: The fact that Howsare died a hero's dealh was pieced together from fragmentary information in Navy . dispatches. concerning his case. . . The 22-year-old Bedford Valley metalsmilh was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Howsare. The Navy, in a brief lelegram to Howsare's'parenls, at first revealed only that he had drowned while on liberty,on the-British-island of St: "Kits," in- the Leeward -Island group in the Caribbean sea. Later the commanding officer of the • US Naval Reserve Training Center in Alloona revealed that he had received a.'further dispatch from the Navy-in-which it was stated that. Howsare drowned while trying to.rescue a shipmate who had fallen overboard from a small'boat while the two were on liberty from their ship, the USS Donner. •Full details.were still unavailable pending receipt of a letter from the Donner's commanding officer. But it was learned that Howsare struck his.head on some object—probably • the gunwhale of the boat—as he . dived to the aid of his buddy in the waler, He sustained a deep gash or, Ihe back of his. head and an aulopsy lisled the cause of death as drowning. The Navy's early dispatches did not indicate whether or not that Howsare's shipmate was saved. The Howsare family resides on a farm two and a half miles north of the Maryland state line. Funeral services -were held at the George Funeral. Home here yesterday with Rev. John Carolus, pastor of Bedford Reformed Church, officialing and Rev. John Halberl, pastor of Belhel Methodist Church. Bedford Valley, assisting. Military rites were accorded by Fort Cumberland Posl 13, deer. j The bullet from the 30-30 rifle entered Cline's left hip and pene- Itrated the body to the right pelvis bone. Arteries were severed, the colon cut and the lower extremity of his spine severed by the projectile, Hottinger slated. No charges have been, preferred pending outcome-of the inyestiga- li.on. ' ..'-.' ''•.' : . : ' . Three 'other shooting accidents were reporte'd by -Hottingerr two of them involved in the same mishap. Jesse 'Simpson; 21, of' Riv'erton, W. Va.', ..and his ^ brother-in-law, Richard Burns, 35,- ; of Franklin, were the legs by a .pumpkin ball from a' 12-gauge,'shotgun, being handled .by ;B'urns.•16.-year-old brother, David Burns. . The ball,' .Hottinger.explained; went through both 'of .Simpson's legs, then through both'of the elder Burns' before'- striking; 'the ' stock of the rifle of another member of the hunting party.. Leonard Dunkle, ofTSarboursville, W. Va., accidentally' shot 'bff' his right big. toe while, unloading-liis weapon Thursday,'Hotlinger said. Simpson, Burns and Dunkle were admitted to Rockingham -Hospital, he continued! DunkleJias since been discharged, while attache's - report Simpson .and Burns 'in .".'good" condition.' . ". , : '. ' •'.,.',.' His investigation . of • .the ' double accident 'has' not been 'completed, Hottinger said.' .' '.''•' '..•' • JJl ClUt\jJ -L*^J HUiUU. «jw»,». v*J t « w».»-") - , Calif and a sister, Mrs. Louise American Legion. Interment was uw> •) *- j i r»-._nr : _ i TI i*1 Tl.-...!* City Council Plans Vandegrifl Resolution Milleou! San Anlonio, Texas. in Zion Memorial Burial Park. The body .will remain at the Scarpelli Funeral Home. Mrs. Annie S. Dixon Mrs. Annie Susan Dixon, 73, Cresaptown, died yesterday in .Miners Hospital, Frostburg, where she had been a patient three-weeks. A native of-Bayard, W. Va., she was a daughter of Ihe lale Columbus and Lucy (Kitzmiller) Paugh. She was the widow of John Thomas Dixon. She is survived by five stepsons, (Continued on Page 16) Helen Tasker Manager Of Local Hotel One of Ihe few women in this area to manage a hotel is Miss Helen Tasker, 516 Cumberland Slreel, who has been named manager of Ihe Forl Cumberland Hotel. Announcemenl of her appoinl- menl was made loday by the board of direclors of Ihe holel. Miss Tasker had been acling manager for about a year, assuming the position when Robert Blair had to leave due to illness. Blair was a palient at the Baker VA Center in Martinsburg for some time. A native of Cumberland, Miss Tasker later lived in Keyser where she graduated from high school and Potomac State College. For about 10 years she was officer manager of Radio Station WTBO here. Engineers Club To Install Neiv Officers Dec. 15 New officers of the Cumberland Engineering Club will be installed at the annual Christmas dinner meeting Thursday, December 15, at the Shrine Country Club. The program will start at 6:30 p. m. The Engineers Club's membership is composed of men engaged in the various branches of engineering in the Cumberland area. William E. Toms, head electrical! engineer at the Kelly-Springfield Tire Company, has been elected president of the club for 1956. Other officers chosen by the executive committee include Paul R. Morgan, vice-president succeed- The Mayor and Council, at theiing Mr. Toms; Gilbert P. Bohn, 34-year-old Vale Summit man late' Saturday, night. . .- • , Trooper Wade said Mrs. McCormick called State Police at, the La Vale barracks yesterday to say lhat her husband had been driving the car which killed Leake. Wade and. Trooper Bosley went to the McCormick home, found McCormick still there, and arrested him. McCormick was held in Allegany county 'jail last night, and-questioned for several hours this morning by Trooper Wade 'and the state's attorney's office. Until Mrs. McCormick phoned police the only clue in the fatal accident was a piece of broken sealed-beam headlight'found at the scene of the .accident on Slate Route 55 at Vale Summit. Leaked body was found lying near the middle of Ihe highway ;by a. passing - motorist who notified State Police. Authorities said there were no known witnesses to the accident Police said it was raining at the time of the hit-and-run,: although it was not foggy. However, as there are no street lights in Vale Summit . and visibility was not good. Leake, a retired coal miner, was a, veteran of World War I and a son of the' lale .John and Janu (Hawthorne), Leake. ,' . He is 'survived by his widow, Mrs. Mary'(Winters) Leake; a son, William F. Leake, Akron; two sisters, Mrs. Annie Cain, Vale Summit/ and Mrs. James Piper, Eckhart, and Ihree brothers, Thomas and Frank Leake, Vale Summit, and David Leake, Midland. The body is at the Durst Funeral Home where a service will'be conducted tomorrow at 2:30 p. m. by Rev. Wilbur Grose, pastor of Eckhart Methodist Church, officiating. Interment will be in St. Michael's Cemetery, Frostburg. Pallbearers will be Melvin Cain, Thomas Cain, William Leake, and Michael Piper. Bernard Leake. Thomas Winters Ambulance Meeting Set City officials will meet with loca: funeral directors tomorrow to discuss a proposal whereby the Volunteer Auxiliary Police Association Inc., would take over ambulance service in Cumberland. Mayor Roy W. Eves also announced a meeting with a committee from the Police'Association on Wednesday at 8 p.m. Eves said the meetings were called "to get the facts" of the proposed plan so that; a report can be made to council next Monday. He said he is particularly interested in the plan and how it would work in event of a disaster, even a minor one. Earlier, Eves had, urged that action on the proposal be withheld until it would be explored. request of Commissioner William V. Keegan. today approved issuance of a resolution of respect to the memory of theilate Edgar D. Vandegrift. head of a local contracting firm, who died last week. • Keegan noted particularly Vandegrift's civic pride and spirit. secretary succeeding Benjamin J. Paladino: and Donald E. Paupe, treasurer succeeding A. E. Chenowith. Toms succeeds Nelson H. Sellers, section engineer in charge of instrumentation at the Celanese Corporation. • Parent Teacher Council To Meet A meeting of the Allegany County Council of Parent Teacher Associations will be held today at 8 p.. m. at John Humbird School. Mrs. Lucile Roeder, chairman of the Women's Division of the Western Maryland Safety Council, will discuss highway traffic and its increasing safety problems. J. R. Porter, a member of Governor Theodore McKcldin's Safety Commission, is also scheduled to be here, to show a film entitled "Highway Safely." t MARKET WORK PROGRESSES - Conslruction of Ihe new A&P supermarket in the 600-bIock of Greene Street is being pushed in an effort to have the new location in operation early this winter. The. picture shows progress being made in construction of the largo L-shaped building, and also gives a view of a section of the large parking area. Virginia Avenue Yule Decorations Being Erected Christmas decorations sponsored by the Soulli Cumberland Business Men's Association were being erected today on Virginia Avenue by Potomac Edison'Company em- ployes, according to Nelson W. Russler, president. The association has also placed a tree ( on the city-owned park area on Race Street, Russler said, adding that a religious ceremony al which the tree, will be dedicated is planned for 7:30 p. m., Friday, December 16. The principal speaker al the dedication will be Rev. Frederick J. Eckert, pastor, of St.. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church. The invocation will be by Rev. Robert F. Hopkins, assistanl pastor of St. Mary's Catholic Church. A musical program, featuring carols, will be presented by the Fort Hill High School band, Russler stated. The next meeting of the association will be held Tuesday, December 13, at 6:30 p. m. in the recreation room of Grace Methodist Church. A program is being planned for the meeting. Driver Killed In Car Crash On Mountain Members Of Hunting Parly Find Body On Town Hill Slope A young man was instantly killed today .on U. S. Route 40 while descending Town Hill mountain in his car when the machine struck a guardrail and threw him'. io feel onlo the right-of-way. ' State Trooper, Robert Wolford said the man, Robert Miller Dahl, 22, whose address was listed a 3754 Edmund Boulevard, Minneapolis, bul oh whose person a Unitec Steel Workers Union card of a Pittsburgh local was found, hac seen traveiirig al a high rale ol speed and evidently fell asleep. The car, .a 1941.. convertible coupe, hit Ihe guardrail on the left side of the road and then skidded 30'feet across the highway where it slopped. . x : Trooper Wolford said Hie crash took place al 5:50 a. in. and lliat a group of deer hunters from the Baltimore area noticed the wrecked car and Dahl's body ; whcn they ,vere on their way lo the deer shooting grounds in that area. The body of Dahl was brought to he Stein Funeral Home here pend- ng notification of his nexl of kin. Dr. H. V. D'eming, deputy medical examiner, said the man died as the •esult of intra-cranial hemorrhag- ;s. He also suffered a fractured eg and several scalp lacerations. Clay ton Gets Regular City PoKce Post Royce J. Clayton is a regular member of the Cumberland Police Department. His appointment was approved by the Mayor and Coun cil this .morning as the body also acted on a number of routine mat ters. A number of monyi-end re ports were filed. Police and Fire Commissione William V. Keegan said the de parlmenl made 967 arrests las month with fines amounting to $1,238. The Fire Department was called 37 times but-damage was minor, he added. Commissioner William H. Buch holtz said Ihe street cleaning streets and alley department cleaned 385 paved streets, 20 alleys and 17 calch basins. Holes were filled wilh blacklop on 18 streels and one alley; wilh concrele on 10 slreels and seven sidewalks anc wilh crushed stone and shale on 34 streets., Five brick sidewalks were repaired. Walcr Report Commissioner William J. Ed wards said the Water Deparlmenl renewed eight service lines; made eight new laps and installed 60( feet of new main. The meter de- partmenl installed 32 new meters and 4,100 were read. There were ]0 applications for new meters anc 24 for new taps. Cily Clerk Wallace G. Ullery noted receipts al his office of $1,862.80 including $1.327.55 from bingo and recreation admission tax on bingo; and $357.65 from the Sunday movie tax. Tax collector George E. Davis reported the following: General, $53,764.07: general " improvemenl bonds, $518.80; ,1931 sewer bonds, $743.44; and waler rents, $39,851.31, for a total of $94,878.21. The Health Department, according to Dr. Winter R. Franlz, city and county health officer, reported three communicable diseases. There were 16 dental clinics wilh 101 patients. The departmcnl registered 162 births and 52 dealhs lasl month. New Hnnjjar Roof Warren R. Mullcnax, manager of Municipal Airport, reported lo council lhal a new ronf has been placed on Ihe Kelly hangar and a compass painlcd on the No. 3 runway. City Engineer Charles R. Nuzun' said his dcpartmenl, issued 1! building permits with an estimated value of $266,025 lasl monlh. Three occupancy permils were requested two were granted and one refcrrec to the Board of Zoning Appeals Two sewer permils were granted he said, Parking meter inspector Harry (Continued on Page 16) 14,000 Roam-r Woodlands M Quest Of Deer Four Women Among 1 ,, Hunters For Slarl Of Six-Day Season The woods of Allcgany and Gar- rclt counties resounded to the sharp crack of hunting rifles today as the six-day Maryland deer season opened. . t Thousands of nimrods entered the woods this morning shortly before sunup to begin their stalk of the antlered and spike bucks. Regional Game Warden Joseph A Minke estimated that almost 14,000 hunters were swarming over the woods the two counties, with weather conditions perfect. Most of the hunters were using the 30.000 acre Green Ridge-State Forest area and adjacent mountain woodlands in their quest of the 3iie-Anned Man &ts Spike Buck Green Ridge 'Despite the handicap of having nly one arm, Charles "McLucas, . ibout 45, of Morningside, Prince eorges county, today killed a :06-poimd spike buck on Green lidge mountain. ' ..-.McLucas told game wardens he las been hunting for many .-'sars even though he has only one arm." -le used .30 caliber rifle. '•"; deer. Other hundreds of:.hunters were on Dan's.Mountain and.other; 'orest terrain: .'• . ;•...'" ">:;;..• Graydon "Swede"-Dunlap, depu- ,y game warden for the Green Ridge Mountain checking station at Shipway's Garage, reported every available lodging place. in the eastern part of the county taken. Four women from the Bak limore and Washington sections were among the hunters, at Shipway's Inn for the deer season. • -. Rcporis First Kill •;,.„> The first — and largest kill — today was made by Warren Welsh,': of Laurel, who downed a 12-point; 195-pound buck on Fifteen Mile Creek. He checked in to Dunlap shortly after the season began. Other kills checked by Dunlap were by Richard Smith, Greenmount, Md., a 110-pound . spika buck on Green Ridge; Stelman Kerns, RD 4, city. a. 10-point, 14p-r pound buck on Polish Mountain:; jeorge Yonker. Little Orleans, an eight, point, 115 pound buck on Dick's Ridge;. P. J."Htilspn; 472 Central Avenue, a six-point, 110 juck on : Gree'n' Ridge; William Grimm,: Jr., Phoenix, . Md,, six- point, 110 pound buck on GrepH ttdge; and Anlon J. Urbas, Frost- uirg, eight-point, 142 pound buclc (in Green Ridge; Delmar Yonker, Little ' Orleans, a five-point, -94 pound buck on Dick's Ridge. ••« Dunlap also retrieved an illegal doe deer kill from the bottom of a sleep hollow in the Green Ridge section. A hunter reported seeing the doe deer while out this morning. • . . ' Oldlowti Area Report _ Early deer kills reporte'd afc Lewis Store, Oldtown, follow: . James Ginevan, 25 Pennsylvania Avenue, Hagerstown, four-point, 120-pound'buck on Green Ridge; Melton Cochran, 124 Greene Street, eight-point, 125 pound buck on Green Ridge: Bernard A. Harris, 44 Eastman Road, eight-point, 130- pound buck on Town Hill; Lewis E. Hartung, 124 Polk Street, eight- point, 150-pound buck-on Green Ridge; Harry C. Floyd, 123 Paca Street, eight-point, 130-pound buck on-Green Ridge; Robert Butts, 849 Braddock Road, eight-point, 145* pound buck on Green Ridge; Raymond T. While, Route 4, City, four, point buck on Green Ridge; Lambert Mullenthyn, Perryville, Md;, three-point, 115-pound buck on Green Ridge; H. B. Dryer, Route 5, nine-point, 135-pound buck on Green Ridge; Richard L. Klarmul- er, 303 Decatur Street, six-point, 165-pound buck on Green Ridge." Smith Heads Cancer Drive 9 ^ A former Cumbcrlander, Howard M. Smith, division commercial manager of the Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company of Baltimore City, and also in charge of the commercial and business activities of the state outside the Baltimore area, has accepted the division chairmanship of the coiin- ies for the 1956 fund raising campaign of the Maryland Division, .nc., American Cancer Society. Mr. Smith, former manager ol he Cumberland office of the tele« ihone company, served .as Alle- jany county chairman of the can. cer crusade of 1949, and is also a past president of the Rotary Club icre. Allegany county has not tafan >arl in the Cancer Society's cam- laigns in recent years, the Maryand Division's efforts to establish a detection center here failing..(/} receive the necessary medical sanctions, bul a number of area residents have helped support tn« division's program by mailing contributions direct to the Maryland Division office at 20 East Eagei Street, Baltimore 2. Eskin Pledged v- George Esk'in, son of Dr. anJ Mrs. Albert C, Eskin, has pledged to the Delta Ups : lon fraternity a» Swarthmorc College, Swarthmqra Pn.. where he is a member of tW freshman class. ' T

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