Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on May 22, 1957 · Page 12
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Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, May 22, 1957
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Member Associated Press The Newspaper For The Home Long Seeking Advice From City Bankers Asks Council Members To Meet Wilh Group To Discuss Finances ^ y} In an inlra-couneil memo made public today, John J. Long, city finance commissioner, has asked lhe Mayor and Council to consider assistance from local banking authorities. Mayor Roy W. Eves, Street Commissioner William H. Buch- hollz and Waler Commissioner William J. Edwards said Ihey had no comment to make on the recommendation as they just received the memo this morning. Police and Fire Commissioner William V. Kecgan is on his honeymoon. Need Eiperl Advice _^ Long stated: "Current financial obligalions, the magniludc of future projects and Ihe circulation of petitions requesting referendum on the proposed 25 cent increase in the tax limitation convince me that we should seek expert advice prior to setting the 1957-58 bud get in August. "On October 11, 1954, I recoin mended to the Mayor and Coun cil that a financial advisory conr jiiillee be appointed. There was no action on the proposal. "In my opinion, now is the lime when the city's entire financial slructure requires stud> and analysis. Following such a study, the financial program for Ihe future should be charted. This is important for the city's credit rating, and to position it self to meet contractual finan cial obligations. Agree To Meelltijf "The following financial inslilu tion presidents have agreed t( meet with me In early June anc give their advice and recom tuendations. "A. W. Tindall. First National Joseph A. Naughton, Second Na lional; C. A. Piper, Liberli Trust; A. J. Weber. Cumbcrlam Savings, anil Lynn C. Lashlej First Federal Savings and Loa Company." Long said he would notify the Mayor and Council of the lime and place of the meeting. He added that the assislance and presence of the city auditor, solicitor and engineer is essential to success. Judge Defers Second Section Decision On Sewer Costs Frederick Sired Residents Object To Project Cosls Three consolidated cases brought by the Mayor and Council against Frederick Street properly owners for payment of storm sewer costs in conjunct™ with the improvement project on that street have been taken under advisement by Associate Judge Morgan C. Harris. The opposing attorneys in this Pittsburgh Synod Holds Election; Votes Counted Delegates lo the 19lh annuaJ session of the Pittsburgh Synod of Evangelical and Reformed Churches balloted today at the fourth session in Salem E&R Church, Frostburg Rev. Harvey W, Black, D.D., incumbent president, of Jeannette, Pa., was nominated to retain his post, along with Rev. Russell C. Eroh,Ph,D.,of Greensburg, Pa. The presidency of the synod is .for a four-year term. Nominated for the vice presidency, a two-year term, were Rev. George T. Fitz, D.D.. Johnstown, Pa.; and Rev. Carl H. Clapp, Cumberland: , for trcas- ! urcr, also a two-year term, Rev. EH R. Fabian, Berlin. Pa.; incumbent; and Rev. William S. dispute agreed that the 'casehing-l Brown. Meadville, Pa r" 0 ," °' Wl "f" H For lhe int «>™«°nal missions Street properly own-|co<nmittee of the synod two mem- ers were given adequate notice bers were nominated for the that (hey would have to bear a share of fhe ! storm sewer costs. The Mayor and City Council three-year term. They are Rev. Paul V. Taylor, Ph.D., of Frostburg; and Rev. Arthur T. Geri i j ... I- ,': — .—: ""'SI aim nev. Armur . srarted the aclion winch resulted ho i d ot M eadville in yesterday's hearing when they ., filed liens against Casper I. Ke >"<«f r Cites Progr, Browne and Mary J. Browne, his wife; Arthur II. Bopp, Ray raoiid L. Zimerla and -Mary K. Zimerla. City Attorney Thomas B. Finan, who represented the city in yesterday's action, said the The more than 200 delegates from the western and southern sections of Maryland and Pennsylvania and a large number of members from local churches, heard the keynoter. Dr. Robert C. Stanger. pastor of Bethany Church, Chicago, proclaim that ined mcnt $257.466. Property "owners service in the past year, jwere assessed $100,388 lo reim- In addition, he pointed out that burse the city for about one-third K per cent of the current budget of its cost. was obtained in the past year Sewers Xeccssary total cost of the project was churt 'li, Chicago, proclaim th $555,246 of which the city paid!? rea ' P r °8 re ss has been attain $297,780 and the federal govern- in ?" avenues of Christi: mnnt. <W7 aw; pr^nrK. » 1( , n o r c service in the naxt vpnr Beginning the closing argument in the case, Finan cited a number of cases in which hi Maryland Court of Appeals las upheld that partial informa- .ion on a project is sufficient no- STATUE DEDICATED - The slaluc of Our : Lady, Queen ot lhe Knights, was dedicated last night by Cumberland Council 586, Knights of Columbus. The statue was made in Spain and given to the local council by members of Wamba Caravan 89, Order of Alhambra. Pictured, ileft to right) are J. Arthur McDade. who instituted the idea ot donating the statue; Rev. Robert Hopkins, assistant pastor ot St. Mary's Church, who spoke at the ceremony; Rev. Kilian Krings, OFM, Cap., master of ceremonies; Rev. Marius Eisner, OFM, Cap., who made the presentation; Thomas E. Carroll, grand knight of the council, and Sylvester II. Shircliffe, grand commander of Wamba Caravan. • .mil on a project is sumcienl no- cicrgy. out more particu arly by Hetirv W *«««. (,- „• .ice to the property owner. He lay people; construction of" 1M den and geral mlnajr of also singled out an Arkansas new churches for which a revolv- ConsolidatedI Orrharri r m case which ruled that notice that ing loan fund will be established; sa jd Sldated DM rib 7 ?> the project would include paving and placing 700 more fulltime • V mso "*«ed Distributors Is and otherwise improving a street I Church workers in service which £ TM T O Vehicle Counts Bring 6-MoiitliTerm Shoe Repair 'Business Sold To Capuchins Joe Idoni, proprietor of the " Modern Shoe Repair at H " 1 William Paul Adams. 34. Fort Obituary BENDER - Mrs. Byron, 58, Grantsville. BUTLER—Mrs. Emma. 32, Winchester. .DIAMOXD—C. D.. 86, Baltimore. Ashby. was sentenced to six! former resident months in the Maryland House] £c HARD _ Mrs . F n, a g- of Correction this morning fn> '-- -> Trial Magistrate Court. Man Receives SixMonthsOn Four Charges Robert Kemp. 890 Sperry Terrace, v,- a s sentenced to six months in the Allegany County Magistrate Donald W. Mason found Ihe man guilty of reckless driving and exceeding 70 miles per hour. Adams was apprehended yes- EVANS—Mrs. Agnes, 69. city. FtTZWATER — William R., 86, Moorefield. GARMTZ-James H., 63, native of Lonaconing. and said a three-year program of advancement has been established by the national organization with these main aims: (!) A renewed emphasis on evangel- tors Inc. at Paw Paw on July 1 ism within the church by the as sales manager clergy, but more particularly by 1 Last Events Planned For Local Seniors Assemblies Scheduled Tomorrow, Friday At AHS And Fort Hill HAKVEV O. BEEI.ER JR. ! Final assembly programs for the seniors of Allegany and Fort Hill high schools arc scheduled this week. The farewell assembly at Fort Hill will be held tomorrow at 9:45 a. m. The traditional exchanging of the lobe of the senior class ^ president will be a feature. Thomas Snyder, this year's class president, win give the symbol of office to the recently elected president of next year's class, Dan-ell Osier. To Award Letters i Ailegany's senior farewell as- 'scmbly will be held Friday'at 10:30 a. m. with Robert Goodfel- lovv, president of this year's seniors, giving the gavel of office to next year's senior class head, William Sitter. Dr. W. Ardell Ilaines. principal, ;aid over too letters will be swarded to participants in athle- .ies and school activities. The series of activities for the seniors will begin Friday, May 31, with the senior proms in (he •espective schools. Both Fort Hill and Allegany will have the sermons to the graduates on Sunday, June 2. at Sales Head Selected By Apple Firm Harvey D. Becler Jr.. head of- .-, -dealer service work for Appala- 2 P- rn. in the respective audi chian Apple Service, Marlins- burg, for the past three years join Consolidated Distribu- ivas sufficient to enable the city lo recover the storm sewer costs from the properly owners. It will almost double the number of workers in the field. Merger of the Congregational . ., • ,•, ' - -• " "itigci m me Longregational was decided the storm sewers Christian churches and Evanaeli- were necessary to effectuate the cal and Reformed Church which >! ng - .. , , . . \' K now the United Church of The ordinance adopted by the Christ, is unique, he said in that Mayor and City Council August it is a "merger across inherited Z4. 1953, called for paving and cultural lines" rather than a mer Si 1 "™ 5 * lm P ro ™S Frederick ger among families of churches. to the city limits. The city aitorney said this notice was : enough. George R. Hughes Jr., the first of the two attorneys for the property owners to argue, contended that 560.000 of the $100,388 being months ,n the Allegany County 50ugh ' t trom lhe Frederick Street pr ° Dlem lor Jail and fined $310 and costs this prope triers conceL the f' - rr,nr^ina ;„ T..;.,I <t :..„.-- r*^ J "«««» tonccrns me attaminn tho Rev. Dr. Harvey W. Black, iresident, of Jeanelte, Pa., 'gave his annual report at yesterday's session and emphasized Ihe scarcity of ministers and said filling of vacant pastorates is the No. 1 problem for the Synod president thisimorning Court. tenccd and fined the man afier just the surface water running lerday by Officers Edward Wil-(lllLL-Alberl. 65. Picdmonl and Floyd Buser after a 70 H1TE — Mrs. Betty, 73, of 703 chase down mure Street, has sold the goodsi yesterday "afternoon the man and chattels of his business lo , eseray aernoon and chattels of his business lo cnlercd a plca of ro( the Capuchin Monks of Cumhcr.j,,,,, ch bu , • land, according to a deed filed this morning in Allegany County his plea to guilty ^^ d " -Magistrate Mason sentenced to three months on each Circuit Court. Idom, who has been in , e s shoe making and repair business mus t run consecutively The here since 1928, has occupied thejjudge noted that Adams had a unt, stating that the sentences quarters where he is located for the past nine years. He came to this country in previous record of motor vehicle ,,- Mechanic Street. JAXKEY— Charles E..72. Elkins. SHERMAN — Mrs. Fannie, 79, Purgilsvilie. SMITH— George W., 73, Front Royal. VAN DEVENDER— Mrs. Nellie, 6-1, Harman. .Mrs. Betty E. Hile Mrs. Betty Elizabeth Hite, 73. violations in West Virginia. Vm-ih ' Officer Wilson testified in ' in Trial Magistrate J. Milton Dick sen- Magistrates storm sewers. He asserted that the storm sewers were designed to take care of much more than off property along Frederick Street. He said (hat street was a natural basin which received run off from hills on both sides. Detriment To Owners -• , died lhe A " eSany C ° had struck anolher car on Mechanic Street. Officer Valentine testified in court this morning that Kemp struck a car owned by James B. Kelley. Barrelville, near the local station. The 1913 and in the following yearjthat he and Officer Buser chas-j^n™"^ '' opened his first place of busincssjed Adams through the streets of! <:,, r ,~:'~ ._„ • at Grafton. Idoni learned thejCumberland at speeds better!,, „ S ? j ons ' |l>-. IJenms A. and Walter finding him guilty of four motor vehicle violations, including leaving the scene of an accidetit. The man indicated he would appeal the decision, and Magistrate Dick set bond at S500. Kemp was apprehended last night by Officer Clarence Valen- ~ - — —* i ~ ""- t-"jf^<i.» tine on Centre Street after he olvners because it provides for attaining the goal. SO Show Increase Statistically, he said 80 congre jations had an increase in mem bership, 55 decreased and 15 re mained Ihe same. Membership in the Synod at year's end was 32,479, a gain of 199. Three con gregations dedicated new educa Hughes also argued that In 'ional ^ buildings in 1956; some respecls the ne was a detriment lo the he sales organization for "Moun- aineer" brand apples and peaches grown and packed by the firm. The sales company also handles 'Twin Mountain" brand of apples and peaches grown and packed by the Romney Orchards, Inc. It ships more than 700 railroad ?ars of apples and peaches year- y from the Allegany, Morgan ind Hampshire county orchards o domestic and foreign markets. Beeler who has had three years experience in market work is well known in the sales end of the fruit production field, Miller "aid. Because of a minor ailment ihat has not yet yielded properly to treatment, former sales manager Harvey Welter will move lo less confining work with Consoli dateil Orchard Company." Miller also announced Ihe pro motion of Mrs; Maxine Mahood (o the position of assistant sales iw streetj slarted church buildings;' three „ property education buildings; two others!Pa 1'ksiclp Sr- v-iH»r f n ; erected new parsonage* =nrf ,„. n-SUlt, OC only one-way traffic and parkin s on only one side of the street. It is not strictly a residential street but rather an arterial highway, Hughes contended. W. Earle Cobey, who also represented the property owners, erected new parsonages and another purchased a parsonage. Major repairs and improvements to church property were reported by others, Dr. Black said. shoe making Iradc as a youtnjthan 70 miles per hour after! and has worked at it ever sincc.Upolting thp car traveling rcck-i He spent 14 years at Grafton be-pessly through Ihe South Cum-', ' fore coming here. His brother, norland underpass on Virginia!" .' R. Hite, all of this city; Robert B , , hn . both at home. said .that the enabling act in Street and was later arresied"oiii" U - y charl " glves lhe Centre. Officer Valentine chased the vehicle in a taxicab. Patsy Idoni, also is a local shoemaker and repair Idoni will close his business June 8, he said this morning, and will sail for his native Italy on July 24. A native of Caulonia. Heggio Calabria, in southern Italy, he plans an extended visit Ihere as well as with his son, John, a medical doclor with offices in Rome. The principal purpose of his visit, Idoni said, will be to try and persuade his son and wife, from whom he has been separated most of the time since coming lo Ibis country, lo return j to this country to live. He also Avenue. . has a married daughter. Mrs. Theresa Frajomcni. whose husband is a schoolteacher in Caulonia. Idoni has made two previous lengthy visits to his homeland, in 1931 and 1946 The car sped across the. Wiley Ford bridge' and overturned on the West Virginia side, the officer said. He and Officer Buser said they arrived at the wreck seconds after it happened and found Adams trying to get out of the vehicle, apparently unhurt. Jurist To Rule On Habeas Writ Chief Judge George Henderson Kemp entered pleas of not guilty to three charges and guilty .""":;.—' -• •—••>-. on one count. ,« H ^* alt S^:L Ma *«'« te Dick *<•'«« «hat , ' d.iUEhters, Mrs. Bertha K , ing, sewering and otherwise improving streets. The ordinance E veil I Tomorrow Pa - "• ".JIM*, ui-iiuui iu jjavaie \ Yesterdays program opened begin tomorrow at 5:30 p. m with holy communion conducted ""^— by Rev. Black, Rev. Eli R. „ u , .-,„„„„„;„„, co , 1-abian of Berlin. Pa., and Rev. soft drinks and ice cream. George R. Wehler, host pastor. Peter Lukas gave the organ A bake sale will offer homemade cakes, pie and bread. . " " *•* »"*• IIIEHJ^, v-atvca, jJlc mill DrcaU meditation and organization of There will be games and a fish the synod was conducted following the devotions. Elder R. '. o -..--*~. *..^ v i ulu«u».s;|"J5 MIC ucvultuua. r*!Qd t\. LjC' should have stated specifically Roy Himmelwright of the host ,h n , c«,,. n . „„.- _, . Ihat sewer costs also \vould be collected. In his rebuttal. Finan as- Hoffman. ' Baltimore- two "l! ^J^^, ^ 5enten , ced hi ™ f rfed that the improved street . l »o io six months on a charge of has resulted in a vast increase . brothers. Samuel Snyder. Hancock, and Lewis Snyder, Hagcrstown: three sisters, Mrs. Flossie Miller and Mrs. Fanny Wolfe, both of Cleveland, and Mrs. Violet Crowlis, this city, 14 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. The body is at tile Hafer Funeral Home where services will be conducted Friday at 2 p. m. by Rev. Dr. Howard M. Amoss, pastor of Centre Street Methodist [Church. Inlerment will be in driving while under the influence of liquor or drugs. The magistrate noted that it was Kemp's >econd conviction on this charge. will preside at a hearing tomor-i churcl1 - '"lerment row at 9:15 a. m. in Allcgany! Rose Hnl Cemetery. County Circuit Court on the application of James McHcnry Chambers for a writ of habeas corpus. who has been C. D. Diamond C. D. Diamond, 86, of 1501 East 28th Street. Baltimore, died yes- lerday in a Baltimore hospital. A native of Athens, Greece, he ^iiamoers. wno nas been *•«*'•<. ^ miLciia, ^icuce, nc charged with murdering his \vifc,j came lo Cumbc riand in 1900 and 37-year-old Virginia P. Chambcrsj for sevcral years operated Dia- at their home on May 2. has bceni mond s Confectionery on Balti- come »-ith response by Rev. Dr. George T. Filz of Johnstown. The afternoon session in property values along Frederick Street. He said that since 1954 there has been more build(Continued on Page 14) _ led ._, Rev. Lester L. Ringer. Reports of committees and a statement of the general council were submitted in la-jf ttliu 13-iO. . , , ° • The equipment at Idoni's shop t ,],' r °" May 2 ' has t)Ccn ,v«i,.j«, ii.,«. ov,«« -i.:— ,• i. held in the county iail without includes three shoe shine stands, a cash register, shoe finisher, stitcher machine, press machine, shoe stitcher, other machines;', and small tools. j 1 Rev. Kilian Krings. superior of a in the county jail without; mcre Slrcc( bond since May 6. . on He sold the busi- The hearing tomorrow morning! 1917 and movctl lo Daltimo is to determine if Chambers' Sur "vors include his wi [ness to Royal Confectionery in ,11917 and moved to Baltimore". SS. Peter and Paul Monastery' which is operated by the Capuchin Order, said the shoe making equipment will be sent to the Capuchin Brothers Training Center at St. Michael's College, ^ Utuado, Puerso Rico. ^ Rev. Brother John, who left the local monastery May 1 for (he Puerto Rico training center,; Will be in charge of the equipment when it arrives there, Father Kilian said. He was the senior brother in charge ot equipment here before his transfer, he added. The college training center is under the supervision of Rev. Evan Anderson of Rochester, Pa. !(is to determine if Chambers; 'jis entitled to be released on bond.) '-- J -Iso for the court to del mine the amounl of bond if should so rule. Chambers by attorney _. _._ _. and William L. Wilson Jr. . — — .I'idow. n son. George Diamond, and a George Diamond, Har- Pa. Mrs. Frank Van Dcvcndcr BAYARD. W. Va.-Mrs. Nellie ond.l, ";, "^ ,, cr jbrolhcr, if it! risb , ur s- is being rcpresentedL BA , VARD ' w - Va.-Mrs. Nellie vs Edward J. Hyan lB|ackbun1 . Van Devcndcr, 64. . f n-:i--_ i_ Harmon, dipri InrlAv al fl^nrrtrt.i Riders To Meet The Potomac Valley Riding Club will meet Sunday at H a. m. at Woodlawn • Inn, near Short Gap. Harmon, died today at George-i town Hospital, Washinglon, D. C. " , A native of Bayarri. she was a [ daughter of the late Robert and) Kate (Lambert) Runion. She B&O Furloughs U Kcyser Shops Furlough notices have been Methodist Church, posted in the Keyscr car repair! Surviving, besides her husband, shops of the Cumbcriand Division' 316 two daughters. Mrs. George of the B&O Railroad for 177 men.jBromley. Washington, and Mrs. BiO officials added that no; pai j Cullers. Hastings. Mich.; notices have been posted in the two sisters, Mrs. Vcrta Neal, ^imberland shops. Bayard, and Mrs. Maude Black- The Keyser furloughs become-burn, Washington; nine grand-! Cumberland shops. 1 HO ftCySCr fUrluu£H3 u^l."Ulllc-*«"". tla-smngum, mile gltllLU effective Friday and the notice'children and one great grand stated that "continued declines of child. business" was the reason for the The body will be. taken to the layoff. , home of Mrs. Neal tomorrow. The men comprise four work James H. Garlilz units. After Friday the work LONACONING —James Hubert force will amount to 220 men, in- Garlitz, 63, a native o! here, was eluding 150 on the operating force, (Continued on Page H> oriums. Sermon Speakers Named The speaker at Fort Hill will be Rev. Wayne J. Eberly, pastor of Living Stone Church of the Brethren, and at Allegany, Rev. John F. Sammed, pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran Church, will speak. Graduation exercises for Fort iill will be Tuesday, June 4, at 8;15 p. m. The speaker will be Dr. M. A. r . Hitchie, president of Hartivick College, Oneonta. N. Y. Present- ng the diplomas will be Mrs. Albert Cook, member of the Alle;any County Board of Education. Allegany's graduation will be Wednesday, June 5, at 3:15 p. m. Dr. Millard G. Roberts, president of Parsons College, Fairfield, Iowa, will give the address, landing out diplomas will be Joseph M. Miller, Board of Education member. Verdict In Auto Death Made By Jury , „' o, u -"'" MOOREFIELD, W. Va.-The *l et ,'i, S bCC " as5 ° dat - death early yesterday morning of with the company for a num. " " "-•-'- '- — -- -- : ber of years. Grover C. Zirk Jr., 35, vice president of the South Branch Motor Freight Company, was due to "asphyxiation and burning," according lo (he verdict of a coroner's jury following an inquest at the Court House here The outdoor spring festival of '"I 1 . ?! ght : . , . . J 'arkside School in LaVale will! Zlrk ?- body ' burned beyond CEin tomorrow at 5--in n m Recognition when taker, from his cgiu luiiiurrQW at O'3U D m t a .—. There will be booths for the! 1 " 1 ™'" 5 car south ° E "0 r e lie of hot sandwiches coffcee l on U ~ S ' Route 22 ° about 3:3 ° )ft drinks and ice crpam ' P- m - was '^ntified by Dr. J. pond. The LaVale Explorer Post band will play during the evening. A talent show will be presented by Floyd "Peck" Mills at 7 p. m. and 8 p. m. Rosalie Femi will '" mistress of ceremonies and W. Fisher from dental records. The inquest was conducted by P. W. Clark, acting coroner, and Prosecuting Attorney Lewis S. Moomau. Witnesses included State Police Cpl. C. C. Hamrick, Moorefield Police Chief G. R. Rohinetle and others assisting in lhe investigation. The jury's verdict follows: ^ ..,, al . tM u, tciciHumK, anu " 7hat Grover Conway Zirk Jr., performers will be Jade Green ! came to nis death on the morn- the Mackert children. Paul Hen- in S of May 21, 1957, between 2:30 drickson and Sharon Reed. Waterloo Group Will Visit Here A group of Waterloo (Md.J ^uu^.n. me aim Junior High School students will causes unknown." ~iake a field trip to Cumbcriand It has been established, Prose- aturday. cutor Moomau said today, that Contacts for the opening ofi^i 1 ^ spent Monday evening in George Washington's Cabin and'Moorcfield and was seen by the Fort Cumberland tunnels un- friends here as late as 1:30 a. m. der Emmanuel Episcopal Church yesterday. were made through Anthony Jaeli, manager of the Cumberland Chamber of Commerce. and 3 a. m. by asphyxiation and burning while seated in his automobile about five miles south of Moorefield. near Old Fields store on U. S. Route 220 in Moorefield District, Hardy county. West Virginia; said automobile having caught fire and burned from The car. headed in the direction of Old Fields rather than Mooreficld. had been pulled off IUIIU \^llrtjllut:l UI ^.UHlnjerCe. i*luvndn:lu. IJdu uctrll ^JUIICU OH The group of 50 children who lne highway as if Zirk intended will spend Ihe day here will be;'° park, but the investigation did chaperoned by Harold R. Hagc.r-i n o' disclose why he was in the ty, school principal. Ivicinity. It is presumed he be- Saeli also said Harry I. Sleg-j cair ie drowsy while driving, stop- maicr will speak to the group on!P cd I" take a nap and that the the general history of Ihe sec-i'' re started from a cigaret he tion. including Washington's ex- '"'" ' pcriences and Braddock's expedition. Judges To Preside At Assault Trial Chief Judge George Henderson was smoking. The coroner's jury was composed of Virgil Critcs. Arno Fn'ddle, JIaynard Delawder, De- vsul Schell. Harry Bean and Elvy Shanholtz. UCT Delegation and Associate Jiidge'"\eil "c.lTo Be At Meeting Fraley o! Oakland will go to Ha?- . , . . ° r erslown next Tuesday for lhc' r \ P J y /r •, mc "' b ° trial of a man who is charged £ umbor1and P"™.' 1 " 9 ; with assault with attempt lo' Comra "'; iaI Tr . av(:1 " s of ra p 0 ' ,ca. will leave here tomorrow as The man requested a court! deIcg ^Sf '° '^ 61st annual trial and Judge David K. Mc-£ raml Coimc, o the order to be Lauhlm of Hagerstown disq«ali-! he ' d m ^^"ViV' 3 ," '^ - - ;morrow. Friday and Saturday. fied himself, according to Judge Henderson. PRESENT BOOKS TO LIBRARY—The Cumberland Ministerial Association made its annual presentation of books to Cumberland Free Public Library during its regular meeting at Central YMCA. Eighteen books were presented. Shown, above, during the ceremony are. left to right. Rev. Maurice Robertson, president; Rev. Dr. Crates S. Johnson, chairman of the ministerium's Library Committee; Mrs. Lawrence Dehn, who accepted the books on behalf of the library: and Rev. William Snyder, secrctary-lreasurer. Review Tomorrow A review of last night's concert by the Cumberland Civic Symphony Orchestra is scheduled lo appear in tomorrow's Evening Ti Delegates are H. C. Elder, Garland Cheney, William E. Bishop, SI. A. McRae, Joseph Snyder, Martin Johnson. Ernest Johnson, H. C Utterback and H. C. Harcelrode. The jurisdiction covers Maryland, Virginia. West Virginia. Kentucky and the District f->.

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