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Dial 722-4600 for a WAN/T AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., MONDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1962 THIRTEEN Obituary (Coutumed from Page 7) Mrs. Joseph Wenrich Services for Mrs. Joseph Wenrich, 58, of 123 Meadow Drive, Cresaptown, who died Saturday at her home, will be conducted tomorrow, at 2 p. m. in Calvary Baptist Church. Rev. Harold Ay Alletn, pastor, ... will officiate and burial will be Jin Sujiset Memorial Park. Pallbearers will be John Armstrong, Paul Clites, Ellis Warnick, Harry 'Morris, Calvin Schramm and Norman Trum'oull. The body is at the George Funeral Home and will be taken to the church at rp. m. tomorrow- Mrs. Grover C. Tranum • BLAINE, \V. Va. - Mrs. Helen Marie Tranum, 71, of. Potomac Manor, W. Va., died early yesterday in Sacred Heart Hospital, Cumberland, where she was admitted Saturday. Born in Lonaconing, November 29. 1890, she was a daughter of the late .Theodore and Anna (Duckworth) Spiker. She was a former resident of Kitzmiller. Her husband, Grover C. Tranum, died in 1949. . Surviving are one daughter, Mrs. Madeline Michaels, RD 5, Cumberland; four sons, Charles Tranum, Alquippa, Pa., George Tranum, at home, Harry Tranum, Lancaster, Ohio, and Hugh Tranum, Jamestown, N. Y.; seven grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Asbury Harvey, Kitzmiller; and one brother, Charles Spiker. Piedmont. The body is at the Sharpless Funeral Home, here. It will be iaken to Ml. Bethel Methodist Church, Kitzmiller, tomorrow at 1 p. m. for a service at 2 p. m. Rev. Clifford Schell, pastor, will officiate and interment will be in IOOF Cemetery, Elk Garden. Morris Services Services for Herman Morris, 60, of RD 1, Ridgeley, who was fatally injured in a two-car 'accident Saturday near Wiley Ford, will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p. m. in the Church of Christ on Lee Street. Evangelist Benton K. Cochran, pastor of Petersburg, W. Va., Church of Christ, will officiate and interment will be in the Woodrow Cemetery at Paw Paw. His body is at the residence. Mr. Morris was killed when his pickup truck was struck by a car being driven by Benny Blake Adams, also of RD 1, Ridgeley. Adams sustained injuries in the mishap and was admitted to Memorial Hospital where attaches today reported his condition as "good". WEATHER FORECAST—Rain is forecast for tonight in California, and-in the Atlantic Coast and Gulf Coast states while sriow flurries are 'expected in the Great Lakes area, the Rockies and the Great Basin. Colder weather will move into the border states from Montana to the western Lakes. (AP Pliofofax) William w. siuss (Masses Scheduled FROSTBURG — William W. 1 , Sluss, 83, of 108 West Main Street, died Saturday in Miners Hospital . where he had been admitted earlier in the day. Born in Westernport, he was a son of the late Louis and Anna M. (Shultzer) Sluss. He was a retired grocer. His wife, Nellie (HamilU Sluss, died last November 29. Surviving are a son, William W. Sluss Jr., here; three half- brothers, Edward Sluss, here, and Harmon and Dewey Sluss, both of Baltimore; four half-sisters, Mrs. Mildred Hare, Baltimore; Mrs. Oscar Merrill, Rockwood, Pa.: Mrs. Minor R.oimds, Lonaconing, and Mrs. Marcella Meerbaugh, Monaca, Pa., and two grandchildren. The body is at the Durst Funeral Home where the family will receive friends from 2 until 4 p. m. and 7 until 9 p. m. Services will be conducted at the funeral home tomorrow at 2 p. m. by Rev. Kenneth E. Morelock, pastor of St. Paul's Luth eran Church. Interment will be in Frostburg Memorial Park. Pallbearers will be Robert Knieriem, Norman Fletcher, Robert Hohing, Russell Dennison, Thomas Jackson and Lee Emerson. Leonard O. Boone Leonard Oliver Boone, 56, of Scenic Lane, RD 1, Ridgeley, died last night in Memorial Hospital where he was admitted last January 30. He had been in ill health two months. A native of Rio. W. Va.. he was a son of the late John I. and Mary For Rev. Hasperl A Solemn High Requiem Mass! will be celebrated Wednesday at 10 a. m. at St. Peter's Church, Westernport, for Rev. Joseph J. Haspert Jr., 25, assistant pastor of the church, who was killed last Wednesday in a two car accident on the Pennsylvania Turnpike. Rev. Thomas Fannon, pastor, will be celebrant; Rev. George J. Pugh, deacon; Rev. John Patrick, assistant pastor of St. Cecelia Dhurch, Baltimore, sub deacon. Father Patrick, a native of Westernport and a student with Rev. Haspert at St. Charles College, Catonsville, will deliver the sermon. Requiem Mass for Father Haspert will be celebrated tomorrow at 10:30 a. m. at Our Lady of Good Counsel Church, Baltimore, his home parish. Most Rev. Lawrence J. Shehan, Archbishop of Baltimore, will be celebrant, as sisted by Father Fannon. Rev Joseph Gossman will deliver the iermon. Pallbearers and the^-ehoir wit be composed of priests from the Archdiocese of Baltimore, who vere associated with Father ?Ias pert at St. Charles College. Interment will be in Baltimore Oscar H, Cecil Oscar Henry Cecil, 58, of 10 Brant Road, Cresaptown, wa dead on arrival at Memoria -lospit-al Saturday night. Born in. Cresapfown May 30 903, he was a son of John W Cecil, Braddock Road, and th ate Susan (Alexander) Cecil. A member of Cresaptown Meth xlist Church, he was manager o he - Pinto Packing House. Pre iously- he had been a dye hous oreman at Celanese Corporatio or 26 years. Surviving are his widow, Ad Robinelte) Cecil;, two sons Oscar E. Cecil, Hagerstown, an Walter H. Cecil, Morgantown W. Va.: seven brothers. Georg Cecil, Triple Lakes; James, John Frederick and Stanley Cecil, a of Cresaptown; Charles Ceci Vocke Road, and Irvin Cecil, R 1, city; two sisters, Mrs. Harr Lee, Pinto, and Mrs. Samu Harrison, Cresaptown. The body is at the George F neral Home where the fami E. Boone. Display Classified Display Classified Mason Rims (Continued from Page 7) the county for those unable 1 pay. He has been responsible for the vestment of certain county funds ntil they are needed, which has rought the county about $1,00,000 i interest in a three-year period, liese funds formerly stayed in a iccking account until spent, hrough his efforts, the rent paid y the County Welfare Department for use of the Cumberland treet office building was in- reased and the State Department f Forests and Parks began pay- ng rent for space used on the lird floor of the Court House. Mason also noted that he as worked for federal aid to help the building of county roads, stablished assessment records on ddressograph, obtained new tax pilling equipment, which provides :ounty taxpayers with a modern ill with the available discount igured. He also has started a maintenance program for county buildings which has resulted in mproved appearance to the Court House and library annex building n particular. The Democratic candidate for re-elecfion also pointed out that he helped arrange the forthcom- ng meeting between the W e s I Virginia State Road Commission and the Maryland State Roads Commission designed to work out an agreement, for construction of a new interstate bridge across :he Potomac River at Pinto. Mason observed that he supported the establishment of Allegany Community College here last June, supported increased pay for county teachers and favored the building of additions now under construction at Parkside and Gephart elementary schools. He noted that, a new Juvenile Detention Home for the county is now under contract. The Democratic candidate also pointed out that he supported the preliminary survey on the availability of Savage River Dam water for use in Allegany County and Caracas Won By Geiberger CARACAS. Venezuela (UPD- Pro golfers on the Caribbean low headed for Puerto Rico today with added respect for plucky Al Geiberger of Carlton Oaks, Calif. Geiberger turned in a remarkable rally to win the.Caracas Open Sunday, firing three straight birdies on the back nine of the final round that gave him a two-under- par 68 and a 72-hole total of 278. Jacky Cupit of Longview, Tex., missed a chance to tie Geiberger when he flubbed an eight-foot putt on the final hole. He had to settle for second place with a 72279. EXPLANATION — A 4wnk«1 it • <*mMre>»ive ttnntth r«H«» txM4 •« tht M*. len't n<»ri t« <•(«. it reflects »«ifhl«4 iv<r«f* i«»rinf ««f»m /*l«Hv« »• rating •' •pp»jlti»n. Example: • 50.0 U«i" h»» keen 10 >c»fin| p*inri tir*«H'> per t*<"«, then • 40.0 N«m «t«U»t •»»*ilti«n «f retatively MU*| f»Ho«. Th« tytUm h«» to** «o»Hiw*»(ls »nwe IK «rif'm«tle» in >»t» *.y Dick Ernie Vossler of Oklahoma City, who shared the lead with Cupit at the start of the last round, tumbled to fourth place with a 74-281. Pete Cooper of Brandford, Fla., slipped into third place with a 70-280. Don Whitt of San Diego. Calif., the defending champion, and Tony Lema of San Leandro. Calif., tied for fifth with 285's. Following the Puerto Rico Open, which starts Thursday and concludes next Sunday, the golfers will wind up the tour with the Jamaica Open, March 8-11. Basketball Records HIGH SCHOOLS LaSallc Keyser Hancock Elk Garden Moorefield MONDAY'S SPECIAl 1956 Plymouth club coupa, 6 cylinder, stand. IransmTision ONIY $495 USED CAR SUPERMARKET 630 Greene, 9:30-9, PA 4-4730 Thrifty Auto Sales FORD Galovis FORD rTTOP. Beauty. 23,000 FORD Conv. REMODELING COMPtETEO WATCH FOR OUR Grand Opening TWO W DUE TC JACK'S GULICK'S TWO WEEKS DUE TO ACCIDENT GUARANTEED USED CARS Und, Bui Not Abund Can So. C«nlr« ol Wlltiami SI. Mr. Boone was employed 3i years as a machinist helper a :he Baltimore and Ohio Railroa Company. He was a member o Central Assenibly of God Church and Lodge 885, International Ma chinists Association. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Effie fWeakley") Boone; a daughter, Mrs. John C. TVigo, Scenic Lane, and three brothers, Herbert L. Boone, Cumberland; Wilbert P. Boone, Orlando, Fla., and Melvin J. Boone, Mt. Pleasant Road. The body is at the George Funeral Home where the family wiD receive friends today from 7 to 9 p. m, and tomorrow from 2 to 4 p. m. and 7 to 0 p. m. will receive friends from 2 until 4 p.m. and 7 until 9 p.m. . Services will be conducted tomorrow at 10:30 a.m. by Rev. William Balderson, pastor of Cresaptown Methodist Church. Interment will be in Hillcrest Burial Park. Burns Barr Sr. MOOREFIELD, W. Va.—Bums Barr Sr., died yesterday at his home at Rig. Born April 28. 1875, he was a son of Captain Hugh and Martha (Sampseli Barr. Surviving are his widow, Nora Mae (Simmons) Barr; four sons, Clifton and Burns Barr Jr., both of here, Wayne Barr, Petersburg and Harold Barr, Rig: two daughters, Mrs. Mabel Simmons, Ri; and Mrs. Stanley Lahman, Winchester; one brother, George Barr, Keyser, 24 grandchildren and 20 great grandchildren. The body is at the Thrush Funeral Home. Services will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p.m. at, Okadale Christian Church, Rig, by Rev Glenn Phillips. Interment will be in Newhouse Cemetery, Rig. s still trying to gel approval for ise of some of this water. He also oted for the establishment of he County Sanitary Commission vhich is attempting to solve the sewage disposal and water supply needs of the county. He also has completed a survey of the County Civil Service Sysfem. A veteran of World War II, Mr. Mason was a B-29 gunner mechanic with the 20th Air Force and saw combat duly over Japan, is chairman of (he.Potomac Valley Dairy Herd Improvement Association, member and past president of the Potomac Valley ..ions Club, member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the Cumberland Country Club. He is married to the former Miss Harriett Nelson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nelson, Roberts Place. They have five children, three of whom still live at home. Their oldest daughter, Mrs. Richard Roberts, teaches in a parochial school at Glen Burnie. Another daughter, Miss Patricia Mason, works for the U.S. Department, of Agriculture in Washington. W, L. Fts. Op. Fct. 18 1 1323 970 .947 18 2 1324 1172 .500 18 3 1312 1083 .857 16 4 1301 1007 .500 13 5 1415 11.15 .783 17 S 1357 1 196 .773 Paw Paw ....... 17 5 1483 12.13 .773 IS 6 1247 1119 .714 14 7 1161 Ml .M7 13 7 1?06 1004 .650 14 R 1433 1326 .63S 12 7 1131 1053 .632 13 3 1202 12P3 .591 12 9 1P60 1033 571 12 3 1251 1180 .571 11 3 1274 1217 .550 12 10 1161 1110 .5-15 12 11 1350 1291 .522 .1 9 833 920 .500 3 11 I31H 1248 .450 8 11 1027 991 .421 8 11 1052 1086 .421 811 1002 10R3 .421 3 1.1 1385 1493 .409 3 13 1061 1136 .403 Note: In thi fa rat listings below 4.0 h>5 been added to th« regular rating of each home team. Higher K«tln» Lower Rater Difl. Rater ! MONDAY, FEBRUARY J* TOP 20 Bradley 74.5 (16) SetonH»l! 3M Kansai Sf 76.8 (8) Iowa St 67.S Kentucky 75.1 '!) Auburn* 73.6 Loyola.ni 80.0 (23) Wash.Mo' 56.7 Mj«5 Si" IKK m\ T,)lan. J9.S Or-l" St B1S_ HSl Tnwi- fiRS St.Louis 73.1 (01 NSarquelte- 72.7 OTHER MAJORS AJiViann* **« (") T»""««»» M -*> Colorado" '^ *> < 9 P M1«!""iri M 3 r^rl-la- Sfi.7 111 rta.TWh M? yla *t Ml '!!•»» Tamp.' 1R.I Fordham 352 (18) C.C.N'.Y. 372 L.S.U. 63.9.. (6) Mississippi 57.8 Michigan- 67.7 10) Indiana 67.2 N.Mex.St" 604 (14) H-Slmmon« 463 N'wesifrn- 65. S IS) Mich St 62.C Okla.City 60.0 (8) N.Tex.Sf 51.9 Prox-idence- 65.1 (13) Fatrfleld 526 Tex.Wesfn- 63 3 (11) W.Tes.Sl 51.7 Vanderbilt 65 5 (9) Georgia* 95.0 W.Kentucky 70.4_U9) E.Tenn.St 51.4 Wisconsin* 683 <3i Minnesota 662 TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17 TOP 20 Arltona St' 76.7 1251 Ariionm 64.0 T>raV-» 133 I9l Tiil«» «.] OTHER MAJORS Air force* 67.4 (21) S.Da'koU 4S.S Arkansas* 64.0 (n Texas 62.8 Bowl.Green* 72.7 IS) Detroit 67.2 Connect'!. 57.7 (17) N.H'pshire* 40.S Evansville* 61.3 (1) NolreDame 60.6 Ntagar* *1 -*> M.M-1J Colf'U* 4*-* Ft<-» "24 il) TO-"-* *l-' San Fran 52.3 (2) U.PicUic* 30.2 Sta. Clara* 63.4 (4) San Jest 59.0 R.Mir. fi« t ,. (?) Baylor* s* K Tenn.Tech 61.1 (6) Centenary* J5.6 Tex.Tech* 69.0__(2I Tex-.A t M 67. S WashSt. 62.3 (3) Idaho* M3 WtDNISDAY, FEBRUARY 11 MAJORS Buclcnell* 50. B (12) Muhlenb'g 39.3 p^ytnn* "? H'f Mi»f"i." SSS laSalle 64.0 (1) G'townDO 62.3 I nnj«vill». fin T (S) flhin 11* M.5 Mar^hall 61? IB) Kent ^t* 5$ 9 N.Mex.St* 60.4 12) Tex.Wesfn 53.3 Niagara 62.5 (14) Syracuse* 48.5 Rulj"Ti- S!S n 19) T. thigh 45X SUosPa* 639 (22) St.Peter's 46.7 SetonHall- 624 (271 StFranNY 35.5 Toledo* 63.7 (5) W.Michlzan 6S.8 THURSDAY, MARCH 1 TOP 30 Cincinnati 325 (11) Xavier 71.S Loyola. !U* S1.9_(13) Bowl.Green S7.7 OTHER MAJORS Brit.Yount 54.6 (3) N.Mexioo* 51.6 Centenary 51 .B (1) Mlss.S'th'n* 50.7 Duquesne 65. 1 (3) SetonHall* 62.4 Marquetle 63.7 (3) Valparaiso* 60.6 Missouri* 66.8 ()> Iowa St 67.5 NT Y 'T 70 n 1131 Manh.ttjn S7.4 S..I1!.- fiflfl (31 PnrtljnH- SS.l ut^r" " • '*) rviln.st KS s HolyCross 700 12) BostonCol" 67.7 Wichita* 73. J (25( N.Ttx.St 47 .3 * Horn* T*om x Repeat oam* rwxt nlohr Copyright 1962 by Dunkel Spcrti Research Servian Brure Piedmon* ....... Frederick Mt. Savage Oldtown Valley . Bajard Romney Allegany Fort Aiihb.v . . No Haserslown Fort Hill Petersburg Hyndman , Bedford Circleville . West Va. Deaf Berkeley Springs B 1? 1171 1.106 .400 .BOWLING.. Southern Franklin Riilgrlpy Warrlensville Besll Northern ... Flintstons Capon Brid&e Mathias .... 7 12 IIW 1276 .368 7 14 1131 1225 .333 7 15, i:ol 1396 .318 R 11 !)70 111R .300 4 17 1079 12M .190 3 16 91") 1151 .158 2 11 519 715 .154 3 IS 921 1190 .H3 3 18 1H3 1511 .143 COLLEGER W. L. Ft!. Op. Pet Frostburj Stale . 15 a 1923 1819 .625 Jaycee Mixed League H*&ull& Plutos 3 Neptune 0 Jupiter 2 Mars 1 Earth 2 Venus 1 Mercury 2 Suo 1 Saturn li-j Uranus U4 Leading: Scoreri Larry Hall 162. Ray L»pp 4S4 and Pal Screen 161-434, Mars; Hajry Lennon 189-532 and Sis Mullan 144-387, Jupiter; Glen Brant 193-525 and Evelyn Collins 164--S08, Plulo; Dale Shockey 1B1-4S4, Neplune; George Carney 200-551 and SUB Brant 170-378, Earth: Dick Sell 168-458 and Ginny EylRr 1M-369, Venus; Rnn Tase 201. Paul Haxtrnan 516 ajid Betty Cover 1K-343, Mercury: A] Douj; Isj 193-515, Hilda HuHonE 131 and June Carrey 367, Sun: Dick Togsu-eiler 135 500 and Shirley Phillippi 137-375. Saturn; Ray Phillippi 194-513 and Laura Murray 155-424. Uranus. Standings: W Saturn Sun Si. Jo/m'« Lutheran THURSDAY LEAG0E RfjulU Bulletins 3 Aolh'mj 9 Chimes 3 Hymo»b 0 CandJe* 3 Records o LeidJnf Scorer* Willard Athey 131.344, Saodj' 165 and Lavernt Screen 227, AU5»«f Host Early 162-44fi nd Jean Jisjler 161- 3SO, Bulletins; Jim Miller 166-407 and Mary Brown 113-315, HytuniOs; Jo« Athey 222-432 and Dorothy Cieno^'ith 132-3**. Chlmu; Dalla*. HiU 1SS-OO aa4l Clara Bennett 137-344, Candles; LIB Hudson 161-403 and RiU Kenney 116.296, Records. Standings: Hvronalj Bullstins Chimes W L 12 6 Cajsdl« 11 7 Hecorts 10 8 Anthems W I, 10 « 6 12 » IS Mars Shepherd Atlesany Com'nity Potomac State ... 9 3 1393 1354 .500 Uranus 6 R 704 532 .421 Jupiter 10 17 187R 1545 .370 41',i 2m Earth 40 23 Mercury 34 23 Venus 32'.-i 3To Pluto 31 32 Neptune. W aw-i 27 27 27 3S 36 3fi 3S"/i Boxing Dates SeL BOSTON (UPD—The New England amateur athletic boxing championships will be staged at Boston Arena, March 26. The tournament, predicted to be one of the best in recent years, will be for all classes from 112 pounds to the heavyweight- division. MUSICAL GOLFER LAFAYETTE, La. (UPI)-Lion el Hebert, former PGA champion, is an ex-music major at Louisiana State who still plays the trumpet on occasion. K o/ C Mixed Results. Onole* 3 Sparrows 0 Wren* 2 Csrdintlf 1 Robins I Bluejayn 1 Harold Budjon 153-335 ind Lakin 185-463, Orioles; Bud Griffith l«394 and Margie Campbell 117-323, Spar rows: Father DcPaiil 180-4.43 and Mary O'Neal 98-28D. Wrens; Norm Sell 166393, Carol McDade 102 and Lib Rorick 276. Cardinals; Jim Collins 183-487 and Tolva Grahenbteln 99-273, Hoblns; .Jimmy Connelly 179-437 and Joan McGregor 1M-315, Bluejays. Standings: W L rHIDAT LEAGUE Results Scrota J Laymen 1 Counselors T. Circles 1 Choirs 3 Ushers 0 Lesdlag Stereri Bob Cunningham 169-399 «rf Kadi* Koser 14-1-321. Scouts; George Aluasder U3-.10* and Helen Bunner 127-319, La*, men: Leory Aronhalt 170-423 and Dot Leaman 100-275. Circles: Kirk Lathrum, 144-404 and Paula Mclnlosh 131-332, Counselors: Kenny Kostr 1S3-433 »ntS Linda Heed 113-315, Choir*; Gary Butt* 143-3*7 and Ann Alexander 103-75*, U»o,. era. Standings: ,, t/ W L, Choirs ScouU\ Circle. 13 5 Counselors 11 7 Lavraen 11 T L'sher* 9 X 6 12 4 14 TRIPLE LAKES AUTO MART Hard To Find Piekupt & Paned W« have 16 to thorns tmrn '50 thru '58 Madsli j 210 Patf Creiaplown PA 4-4651 Bill's Used Gars 59 Rambler Rebel V-8 S149S 56 Chev. 4-dr. Bel Air $ 695 54 Chev. S. Wagon S/S 5 395 443 N. Mechanic PA 4-0218 Beckman Motors 53 Plym. 4 Dr. V-B 5/Shift Ji Chcv BA H'Top R.H.. VAV. 47 Stucft. Vz Tan Pickup. Nev/ Tlrtl. Speeiall 38 CHEV. CPEf. Orijinoli Oldtown Road PA 2-3288! S9 Chev. 3 dr. 6 cyl. SS S1195 .17 Chev. Bel. V-S, SS S 795 59 Plym. 4 dr. V-S. AT S £95 Idoni Auto Sales "Well lose S S S before a Customer" 243 N. Mechanic St. PA 5-3290 Hare Motor Sales 61 PLYMOUTH "6' 4 DR. AT, 2100 Actual Mil*>. lik« Newl Orchard t Wms. Sts. 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Al! in £ood state of rft- palr. Price and Inspection by appointment only- VALLEY BD. Frame having <Vi rooms, full basejntnt with oil fired warm air best. Modern kit* chen ajid bath. Eicelltnt coalition. Large lot 85 x 100. Glenn Watson & Son 213 Vlr*1nl» Avenue PA 2-1040 After * p. m. PA 4-3631 or PA Z-OZ7* NEW STONE SPLIT-LEVEL BEDFORD ROAD Beautiful N?.<i- Stone Split-level located just off Bedford Road In Grnu- denvale. Six rooms and Ceramic Tils Balh. Attractive Fireplace Modern Kitchen u p ith built-in Ranjr. Lar(e Fee. Boom. Nice level lot. Chiner has been transferred after only tv.'o months occupancy. Immediate pos- fejilon. KENDALL INSURANCE & REALTY CO. 62 Persblnc Street Phone PA 4-3838— Evening PA 4-ZWS DON'T BE SORRY BUY NOW ' Crefik Foad, 1 mile from Cumher- land, Md. Large frame dwelline with 10 rooms and hath, 2'6 acres of ground, coal heal, double garage. 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Centre St. PA 2-6555 Orioles 117 Wrens Sparrows. 10 K Cardinals Robins 10 8 Eluejays W L Kelly Men's League Celebrities 7 Dual Trie* 1 Armor Trars .1 Safe Tracs o K*nt Slips S Prestiges fl Lujf Tracs 2 Explorer* t Leading Scorers John Horn lfiO'433, Celebrities: DicV Wilkinson 171-331, Dual Tract: Vern Wade. 203-551, Armor Tracs; Boj'd Suls*r 1B3-4JO. Safe Tracs; Paul Diehl 197-4SO, Prestiges; Jerry Twjfs 31D-S17, Kanl Slip; Leo SavfUsky 187 and Hogrr Mu.iv son 463, Lug Tracs: Bud Young 193481, Explorers. Standings: W L K«it Su'pa 15 s Celebritj"! Saf«. Tracp 11 n Explorer." Armor Trac* 13 8 prestige* Lug Tracs 12 » Dual Trie* W L 7 H -« 17 Country League Boulti Catbird* 3, Wrf-nt 0 O«-!fl ."'. Orlilei. 0 Ravens 2, Uauku l leading Jcorrr* NOTICE OF ORDER ORANTTM5 PETITION TO PROVIDE SEWE*AG» FACTWTTES FOR TOTOMAC PARK. BOWLING C5BEEN. ANT> ROBERTS PLACE. ALLEGANY COUNTT. SJARIXAND WHEREAS, a pillion for Uj« crtittoa of * Sanitary District for Potomac Park. Bowling Crec-D, and Roberts Fl»c« In Allejtny County, M»rylaiid, having b««n dJly filed wlUi Th« Allenny Countar Banltary Commlsiion. »nd WHEREAS, a public hiMriflf «*j hnld In the County Commissioner 3 * &!*«Uai Room in the Court House, Washington 6lr«t, CumbarUnd, MiryLiBd, on Tbur»- d?y. February 1, 1962 At 7:30 p. tn. pursmnt to noticti duly publish*! la the Oimb«rl«nd Tim«, a paper of general clrcul*t4oo tn Alleg«ii7 County to diacuss Ih* talenlloa of cresting a Sinltiry District for tie purpoc* of providing sewer*g» faciUtie* for Potomac Ptrk, Green, u4 RotxrtJ BUI Alfmi 1RO And Bob C.*ep 4U, Catbird*; Fred WlUJion 166 and Ed E''rrhart 413. Wrens; P*ul Ho"'»ire. 21.V 5.V5 and Paul Flynn 211-374, Onlsi Ken MrLiughlm 198-J08, Orinlfs; John Winer 190 and ErnJe Sthramm 4BO. Have Joe Wasoner 170 and Frank Ltu-ii 170- Penny Pinching? One of these ru'o homes will fit your needs and your poekeibook: BRANT) NEW 2 bedroom bungalow — 623 Shnvcr Avenue. A well planned compact home In excellent location $13,250.00. 450 WAVEKLY TERRACE Older style 6 room frame — double lot, furnace, cellar, 2 car garage all In Good condition SB400.00. "see PERRIN about W REAL ESTATE-INSURANCE 70 Pennine St. PA 4-2560 GRAMLICH ROAD LaVale Comfortable 2 Bedroom bungalow on 75 x 232 ft. lot. Full concrete basement, forced air heat, s»s fired. Large garage. Priced at $10,500. HIGH STREET Bedford Road Brick Bungalow, two bedrooms, lari« kitchen, built In cabhets. Recreation room in basement. Attached garage. Lot large enough for another home, ns x 412 XI. Gas fired, hot water heat. Fine condition. Wally Wilson Agency REAL ESTATE 103 S. George St. INSURANCE PA 4-SJ83 W. L. W. L. O«-ls 14 7 Onnlea 1011 Catbirds 14 7 Haven* 7 14 Hawlci 12 9 Wrens ft 13 4 Bedroom Brick Ideal Family House This spacious 3 room brick residence contains all the modern requirement! For a growing family, tltunted in most desirable West Side neighborhood on large naturally landscaped lot siie 100 x 21B. Tastefully decorated, carpeted on first floor and hallways up and down; automatic: hot water h>!3t. Available for immediate occupancy. Call today t/> see th!« lovely home if your requirements are for more space in a finished house. Price ?25,nOO. M. D. Reinhart Agency REALTORS FArkilew 2.2111 Libert; Trust Bld(. White Oaks Manor New 3 bedroom brick r*mh!er«. Ceramic balhi. modern kitchen, full basement carport, city convenience! all In a well planned development. MAnlmum down for those who aualily See these lovtly modern homtj today. Immediate poueuton. $16,9M and $17.650.00. "iee PERRIN about it" REAL ESTATE-INSURANCE 70 Perihin* SL PA 4-2MO LA VALE. Mod. BRICK borne Al condition, living room v/flreplace. dining, kitchen, 14 hath. Hen or her), room lit f|. 2 bedrooms, bath 2nd II. Good closet A- storage space. Base ment garage, covered patio, fame carpet i- Venetian blinds. Shown by appointment. CRESCENT PL. Donble Frame covered home, Good buy. HARRISON ST. Brick houte in 4 «r" all rented. Sin.MO. BELLEVUE ST. Double Frame, hot waier heat. H,VW. LOT, level Rawljngt 92x21^ Carl F. Schmurz Assoc. PA 4 imn «venlng» PA 2 7J3S or PA 4 3742 16 S. Liberty 51. to! SPRINGDALE ST. — t ilory frame i inselbdck dwelling — 6 extra large rooms, hath, coal warm air heat. Corner lot 60x05. Completely remodeled, full price 57.500. Financing arranged. WUjon Rd, 2-Beflroom 4 Room and hath Bungalow. Basement, coal fired warm air heal. Garago t- workshop. Two acrej. Full Price: Sfl.WO. Owner will finance. od Addition — Pnce reduced nn (his 4 room fc hath Masonry Bun- jalow. Full basement, roal warm air beat. <.-3 acre. Immediate possession. Glenn Watson & Son 213 Vlrclnlt Avena* PA 2-40W Alter S p. m. PA 4-2631 or PA 2-0271 The Time To Buy Is Now 105 Sunset Drive, LaVal*. Maryland. Lovely three • bedroom brick and frame dwelling uiih 2 bilh.s electric heal,' modern electric kitchen, full basement wUh double garage and well-landscaped lot IM'xIM'. Price: S24.MO Grantivllle, Maryland. TWO • »tory frame dwelling located along U S Route-4(1 having three room» on lh« first floor »nd 4 roomi «nd bulh od second floor: full hasemenl, coal furnace, double garage and lot 66'x IBS'. GranUvlJIe resident* and urea may call Dtnlel H«rshberg«r, TW 5- FROSTBURG, MD. BROADWAY, frame home wlrd. IMng room, dining, kitchen, .1 bed- roomi, I'.i baths, finlehed attic, hot water heat, storm door* i- windows, garage. Financing available. FRAME HOME i years old w/lrg. living, dining, kitchen, hedroom, bath 1st fl. 'i bedrooms 2nd fl. Gat heat, Morm doors A- windows, awnlngi, Irs l"t Can he financed. FRAME HOME w/Eni. hull, living, dining, Irs. Wichcn. utility room, 3 hpdroomi, hath, hot air heat, extra lot. Only SS.SOO. BOWERY RT. Frame, 8 rooms, bstti 1st fl. 6 rooms. 2 bath*, 2nd fl. Hot water heat. Completely redecorated. TO INSPECT CALL MRS. NATOLLY OV 9-S«!> or PA l-OMf). Carl F. Schmutz Assoc. 18 S. Llherlj SI. ELLERSLIE, MD. Located on Church Street 1» this most desirable property for a home and Investment. Containing three frame dwellings— one four rooms and bath, healerl by ga» space bf»t«r —seven rooms and bath, heated by coal firod heatrnU, third duelling, four rooms, no hath, heated by coal stove. Basement under the four and seven rnom dwelling, water supplied hy well. Lot 110'xlOT all utilities. This properly beln? offered Jit a sacrifice price. Inspection by appointment James W, Bflacham Rrnllor — Inturance 74-1 rfillomf Hwy. rbone PA Z-2MO K Of C 4th Degree Htsull* Narigitors 2 Ciptaln* I Scribes 2 Comptrollers I Admirals 2 Pilots 1 Lmrttnt Scorer* Ted Stegmal'r 17^ and Cb»rl»y Simpson 400j N.ivljaiors; Tommy Carroll 198- Place In Allegany County within thai boundaries hereinaJUr described, and WHEREAS, said public muting wt» duly held »t Mhlrh time a report wa* made is to the Ihwi estlmaled appnnd- ms'i cost, nf the sewerage facllitleft conl«mpUted and the eatabUshoient of the Sanitary District, and WHEREAS. The AUegany Counly 5*at- l»ry Commission. Ihe tnvornlng body ol The AUegtn.y County Sanitary District, Inc., flndj that th* MtablishmeDt of » Sanitary District to provide seu-eragft {jciiJUeB for Polemic. Park, Bowline Greeji, and KaberLs Placr. In Allegany County, Maryland, u contained MntbiB the harelnif1«r descnbad <re* is n*c«»- s»ry to the public heaJ'^i, nitty, ajsd welfare of the resident* of (ho svd araj. and that the rstablishmtint of a District within the said area U from tn engineering »d fininciil glasd- polnt and further finding thjt It Is duir* able to constitute the berelnafter described area an a Sanitary District. NOW THEREFORE, » petition hav-iajt b«en filed w-lth The Alleiany County Sanitary Commission for th< creatioo of a Sanitary District within the arej hereinafter described, ajid pursuant tn tb* provisions nf Section (552 (a) Ibl ol. Article 43 o< the AnnoUt«d Code ol Maryland '1337 EdlUonl as amended. tT is THIS FIRST DA^• or FTBRUAJIY, I9fi2, ORDERED by The AUegany County Sanitary Commission, the governing body of The Allegany Counly Sanitary Dt»<- trict. Inc., that the p«t)tion heretofor* referred to for the cnnstirution of n 479. Captains; Jack St«>gmaifr 16S-3M, Comptrollers; Peg Stfgmaler I4S and Tom Struntr 3.V), Scribes; .)im Coyle 17.1-37B. Pilot*; John Coyle 1D5-43.S, Admirals. Standings: Sr.rlbec Admiral* Pilots W V ID S Captnin* in .1 Complroll'rs 9 fi Navigators Sanitary District a-ittiJn the (ollo'J.tnr described locality to b« known W L 6 D A in I 10 Oivlette League Larks 2, Swallows 1 Wrens I, Jsyhirrl* 1 t.rodins Scortrs Agnes Scaletta 14S ind Belly rirrill M7. Larks; Donna WilUnon 191-332, Sw»J. lows; .f»ne Failinger 16<-404, Jaybirds; Ann Perrin !M and Elsie Moffalt 401. Wreni. otandlnis: CUMBERLAND 713 SCHLF/y STREET 2-Slory Brick House, B-Rooms and Bath. 2 enclostd porches,, full basement. Oil firs Hot Water Heat. FROSTBURG SPECIAL « rnnm», enclosed porch, bungalow. Alum, siding, complete Insuir.lion, full baiemenl, gai Fired hot water heat, bath, wall la wall cirpet, fireplace, alum, storm uindowi L doors, draperies, excellent location. May be eeen by appointment New Split Level Horns — 1MW Frtd- erlrV Slifct. MlractWe frame and •tone dwelling. Contains living room, riininc srea, kitchen, three btrirnomj and ceramic tiled bath. Recreation rnnm, nne-hall hath and garage at grnunrl lavel. Separate concreted basement. Hardwood flonre. Automatic gai hei'.. Ample closet space. Large lot. Price ana lull particular! DO application. 435 WaverJy Terrace. — Larjo family brick dwelling. Contain* living ronm, dining room, modern kitchen, lhr<o hedroomi and hath'. Forced air 5161 and Cumberland residcni* may call Goodfellow Agency Real ttslcl* Storage Iniuranr* 131 N. Centre M. Phone PA 4-3191 Priced For Quick Sale! Beall Insurance & Realty Than* Fhg. OV a-MDl - No tall Clg Wml Main Street Frnilburg heat. Priced to sell nl 96.000. Realtors Insurance Wicbel And Workmotst«r 123 Frederick SI. Phonn PA <.i3ii<j Call for an appointment todny BERT J. GRAHAM ItEALTOIl INSURANCE M N. Centre fl. Dial PA 4-M«0 II Modern Bungalow In Town H<-r» l» e uirdern up to date low with 2 bedrooms, automatic hot aJr heat, f»ntt, scanlc lot SO x 110. Neir schools. Be <ur« to see it. Only $8230, W 1, I.arks 1.1 J SwalJr™ f, Wreos 9 fl Jaybird* Jockey Club League Result* Bowit 1 Plmlico 0 Bflmont 2 Kelrgo 1 W L and cooslltut<d as the Bowllof Gre«n Fanltiry District h* ind th« lane la hereby granted, as mndl/ltd, said district to he coetained wllhln the foUowinX boundirle*. BrKlnnlnf at tie conrret« monumeBt Ipcalfd edjitceat in McMulltJi Hlftway, US- Hotile 22fl, marking the tout!) boas- rt«ry line of the CHy of Cumberlanri and follnwlnf [n a westerly direction ill* south bouadiry of the City across Braddock Road to the concrete monument marking the intersection of the aouUi ajid west boundary o/ the City <y Cumberland, and thence, a distance of approximately 1000 feet ajong an crKajloa rf the south boundary line of the Cltj of Cumberland to a point on the line of the LaVale Sanitary District, and thenca In i southerly direction aloof tbe lia\ the taVale Sanitary District and th* crrst of Haystack Mountain to the property of the C«]aocs« Corporation at 1 JJ America; thence In a southerly and " i* easterly direction along the boundary oi the community of Potomac Park, and,, Ihe Celaneie Corporation of Araerki to the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad and Sorth Branch of the Potomac FUver. Theo In a northerly direction along tha I^orlh Branch of the Potomac RJver to the Intersection o! the bank of the Shirley Fimmon* 156-303. Bow-lei Dal Jon« 133-343, Plmlico; Sylvia Bonevac l.in-322, Fairgo; Betty Chanty 16-(-J52, Bflmonl. Slandinfsr Pltnllcn Bowie W L 14 7 Fajrgo 1} 8 Bxtmont W L tt 13 6 15 NOTICE OK PUBLIC SAXE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by tie uiTlfrnljnert that on Thursday, March t, 1%2, at 11 o'clorK A.M. it Davli 6erv- Ice Crnler, Route 40 Cast, QraalivUli. fiarrett County, Maryland, public »ale of s 1S5S, rord Traclor FDOO hearing Krial numtwr rvoKSKT/aoi, will b« held (or cash to tbe highest bidder. In. ipecllon thereof may be mad« at Dav|e« Service Center, Rout* W) Ea*< ( Or»nU vllle. CiVrelt County,- Maryland, tbe place of iloragf. D.it*di KehnJary 20, 1062 ^TLLOW MAXUTACTUHINO ACCEPTANCE CORPORATION i'O Ml. Lebanon Boulevard. Pittsburgh 34, Pennsylvania By K. K. CHISSMAN Collection Manager T-reb. V. mac River and the south boundary cf le City of Cumberland, and thence to be point of beginning. AND BE IT FURTHER ORDERED'. ial a copy of this order tn published n one of more newspapers published In Mlegany County and that handbills b« posted and circuited wtihin the area or ocality dewribed and further that a of the resolution and order b«' orwarded to the County Commissioner! f Allegany County for their approval. AND BE IT FURTHER ORDERED? hat any 10 resident] and landowner*' dissatisfied with the order of th* Com-" mluion shall have tht right to take aad' enter within 10 days after UM H: publication of th* »a!d order as ab« rrovlded, an appeal to (he Coanty Com- mlasloatrs of AUegany County who shall review, after du* notice of bearing, tta Commission's decHon. BY ORDER OF THE ALLEGANY COUNTY SANTTAJIY COWOMION Attest Mayford Aldrldge Cbairmta Robert Ralnhard Secretary-Trtaaurw Adv.-N-T-F*b. 17-Jl-»

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