Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 26, 1952 · Page 21
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_ Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker 29 —Salesmen Wanted a proven salrj and merchandising «'.eared in rood, b«ver«([e or tobacco Jew. TO sell nation*])/ advertised lines or liquor* In AJJegany County. Write experience. . age *nd background »nd jelerenct to box No. MS-AX c/o Tinwe- 32-—lnstrcictfons REGISTRATION CONDON KINDERGARTEN t to e Tranijmrtatto* !r 8ut » 8o » rel ol -Mi" OENTM ST. PHONE Nursery — age working mothers. Experienced Transportation. Phone 98-J. 1-6. bourt to suit care. 33-—Musical Merchandise Mart peopls bay Wurliteer Planet tlian thote at any other na.rn.el Soli at: Sttlertt. Tempting reran. \1 Fred^rlck St. Rent A Band Instrument! Tandeurift'j Mu«lc Shop Baltimore 8t 34—Lost ond Found EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1952 •SS TWENTY-ONE '-"< 47—Real Estate for Sale 1 room tram* dwelling, bath. Rldgeley MOO dovn, balance at rent. 8 room ieml-br!ck bungaiow. Kooblej St.. Rtdgeky. Furnace »n<j b»tb. Lirjo lot. Possession In tew d»y». t room concrete block, furnace »nd bath. Caraite In baiement. Near Short Gag. Vacant. J4200,- 8 room frame dwelling, Wiley ford. Furnace, large lot. Possession IS days. 14600. 2 houw«. brick and Jr»me. Fort Ashby. Loti on Bedford and Frederick Sti. C. A, JEWELL. Realtor Rldgeley. W. Va. phone 1S4! 5 ROOM house lot, l'/j mile north ol McCoole, McMullen Highway. See Leonard Iser. Dawson, Md. 3 ROOM stone house; Mt. Savage. Foundry Rox. gas, electric, water; acre ground, fenced: S<200. Phone 58«-W.. WEST SIDE—modern 1 room brick, located 221 Water St. Payment down »1SOO. bal-. ance payable monthly. Immediate pos- -•- Obituary -•- (Continued from Page 13) Charles Quinn, assistant pastor and Rev. Kenneth Carney, pastor o St. Peter's Church, Oakland, tor merly of Westernport, were in the sanctuary. William Paskun, Westernport sang "O Sacred Heart Of Jesus I Put My Trust In Thee." Mrs. George Ord played the organ accompaniment. Interment was in the parish cemetery. Pallbearers, all nephews, were vision. Inquire 470 Williams St. Phone' lowln? appeals: The Board of Zoning Appeals of the City ai Cumberland »•!!! meet In the City Hall Cumberland. Wednesday evening, February 27. 1952. at 7:00 P. M.. to hear the fol Lost—Blue parakeet. He ward. Call 1952-J. ' Lost — In South Cumberland Boston Bull Dog, Female lamed • "Mltzy" Reward 828 Virginia Ave. 35—Misceflaneou* QDENTIIJ I- BUILDING CONTRACTOR. fliXBSLJS, MD, PHOHE 5411-J BLOCK LATma. CEMZNT WORK. W. A, HcKlnney. 810 Athland A**. vacant JITI , CARPBTTBR WORK—OZNBRAL REPAIRS ROOFTWO RBFAIRO — PAINTtKO v PHONE 4308-W OR 1.7J1-J •BPTIC TANKS CWANEDl Modern equip menu Bl-state Dlspdial Service. Writ or Fbone: Lonaccnlng 4401. BUILDING homes, repair work, block lay Ing. sanding floors, snouting, nous ^wiring. Free estimate. Phone 4981-J. WELL DRILLING l"ump Installations Galvanized Casing 33 . yrs oxp.—modern steel equipment f. V. CARPENTER WELL DRILLING CO t. O. Box 352 Cumb'd Fh Rldgeley 6J41 Excavating Grading Moving Equipment , Power Shovels, Bulldozers Air Compressors M1LLER& DAVIS PHONE 2678-R Plowing Any size lot of field, also rototilllng. •eed bed prepared In one operation. Phone 1997-W after 6 p. m. for booking Jobi l»ter. Power Shovels and Bulldozers Excavating — Trench Digging Grading Truck«. Pump«, Air Compressor! and Drill* For Eock Excavating mi Ground and Top Soil Boughman Contracting, Inc. Phone 4588 fTRE CO. SUPPLIES — EXTINGUISHERS FIRE PREVENTION SERVICE CO. BRADDOCK FARMS PHONE 4482-M Carpentry — roofing — cement work nlxo block laying Robert F. Porbcck Phone IV14-J. CARPENTRY, blocr laying, cement work, finishing worf, floor landing, painting plumbing. Wm. - Northcrafi. Phone 8864-MX. 36—Wotch, Clock Repairs ' Albert J. Sell — Diamond* Authorized Hamilton, Elgin Dealer tl Penning St. Next to P. Oft. Ph. 748-W 37—Metal Weatherstripping -WE DEFi THE ELEMENTS" DEFIANCE WEATHERSTRIP CO Frederick c. Haw Phone 3063 38—Moring, Hauling JOHN APPEL trsniter local and lon« dl«- Unce moving. Agent tor Omyvan LJnci, Inc. Phone 1823. MEDERS TRANSFER LOCAL, LONG JJISTANCE. AGENT NORTH AMERICAN VAN LINES. PHONE 664. Loc(l1 ' k" 11 * D^'ance Agent Clipper Van Lines KLAVUHN TRANSFER PHONE 353 39—Pointing, Poperhanging l-AINTINa — INTERIOR, exterior — ml dentlnl or commercial. Covered by In- nurnnce, all work 'Kimrnntecd. Phone S5H9-H. FAINTING. Decorating. Interior, exterior. Hnve pointing rtone NOW, heiore spring rush. Gfnrne Hardrn,. Phone 6468. REAL ESTATE WANTED! You can sell n. sure you can! But can you finance him If he lacks a few essential "Grand?" Cau you screen the buyers from the ones who love to roam and save their curiosity by roaming thru your home? And do you realize the cost of efforts that still may fall; and all the details and ritki In closing up a sale. But should you still need expert help Just give us a call and dump the whole thing in our lap and let uj do It all, HOWARD M. 6PIKER REALTOR - INSDRANCE 20 SOUTH CENTRE ST. PHONE 5576 NEW HOME on Braddocic street (n La-Vale. 5 Rooms with tiln bath, attached laundry and garage. Phone 6882. DOUBLE BRICK, 8 rooms, bath, u~ lurnaces, aluminum storm windows both sides. Apply 625 Maryland Ave. IDEAL location — brick dwelling, 8 rooms, •basement, garage, yard. Priced for quick sale. Apply 334 Shrlver Ave. New Brick Bungalow EXCEPTIONAL VALFE Owner must sell. Located in a lovely quiet section. Two (rood size bed rooms, large living room with fireplace, dining room, modern fully equipped kitchen. Hardwood floors, full concrete basement with fjarage. Warm air heat, coal lired furnace with automatic control. Lot So x 150. Priced at $12,500.00 Located at 80S Ashbrook Avenue. To reach there turn left on Holland street. Extended. COTOTRY HOTEL AND FARM LAND LOCATED ON ROUTE NO. 10. «.bout 12 miles east of Cumberland. Two story brick building, known as the Flintstone'Hotel. Contains a total of IB rooms, subdivided into 3 and 4 room apartments. Hot air heat In "2 four room apartments. Electric. Private water supply reservoir, plus artesian wells and all necessary -outbuildings. 145 acres of good farm and timber land. About 220 feet of level ground facing Route No. 40. Can b» utilized lor motels, gas station and restaurant, which la now badly needed. For complete Information ond appointment to Inspect, tail CARL F. SCHMUTZ INSURANCE — REAL ESTATE Second Floor Phone 1180 Corner Baltimore & South Liberty streets FIVE ROOM bungalow, Insulated, storm windows, lot 85 it 175. fruit trees, garden and chicken house. McKay place, Cressp Park. LISTINGS WANTED! On Homes and Income Properties Have Buyers! Lazarus & Trieber 28 N. Liberty Phone 3270 I CAN SELL, YOTJR PROPERTY OPEB ANNAN PHONE 3669 Lora VOCKJC DRIVE. 10x133. 3 »t MOD. 3 at 1350. PHONE 3877. MATBURT-POLAND REALTY AQXNCT ' REAL ESTATE BROKERS PHONE PIEDMONT 8011. 48—Roofing, Spouting EW ROOPINO. arjTTEHB. CONDUCTORS Metal work ill types. Roof Painting ^» jrra. Exp. ALEX 8CHBTE. Call 2351 50—Upholstering Recovering & Spring Repair Charlii E. Brode. 595 Qreone St. Pbon* BBS UPHOLSTERING. SPRINGS. furniture Repairis. Truck-Auto and Kitchen chairs recovered. Cuchlons refilled. OEORQE BRAGG, PHONE 8045-J, REPAIRING - UPHOLHTKRINO Furniture Work QuaraaMcO. eifs. m prtdirlc* St. Phono 1ISI-W AUTO A COMMERCIAL UPHOLSTERING Furniture Secoticred. Modern Plnstlct Qeo. S. Warner. 1333 Va. Av«. Ph. 3459-IU John UPHOLSTERING Troxcll 315 N. Centra S6IO-J Display Classified 40—Personals WANTED—TO share driving & expenses with .lompnnc driving to Texas. Atn- i bnma or Boston About March 5. Call j 1S30-R after 5 p. m. FDR REMODELING — Capea or Stoloi (39.50. Topperi (49.50. Mrs. Brant, 4395-W. Astnt for: Leddy furrier. DOES YOUR mattress need Irivf.U!g«t!n«? Our Investigating committee will get at the base of the trouble In no time nnd return your mattrrss free Irom dis- turblnK Influences. Call Cumberland Mstiresj Tsctory. Phone 1110-.I. 40-A—Pest Control HYGIENIC SANITATION COMPANY Completc-pest-control Homes — Institutions — Factories Free consultation tcrvice Phetnf 3514 41—Professional -Services INCOME TAX RETURNS JAMES W. BISHOP 112 Washington St. Plvtie 3915-J INCOME TAX RETURNS Room 509. Liberty Trust Bldg. Phone 102R. GLASSES made or repaired. 30 y«ara experience. Thomaj Hubbs, Optician, 5s N Centre. Phone 1016-W. SAFE DRIVING SERVICE Bear scientific wheel and stcorine: alignment; frame straightening anrt wheel hal- ancing; complete brake service —relining. adjusting and drum turning; head light an-1 windshield wiper service. WE SERVICE ALL MAKES OF CARS . . . PICK UP & DELIVERY FORT CUMBERLAND MOTORS 361 Frederick Sr. Phone 2665 Cumberland The Housing Authority of the City ol Cumberland. Maryland, who has made application to occupy Lot's No. 3 through No 13 of Gordon if Mlnke's Addition lying on Westerly side of Frederick Street, Northerly of Decatur Street as "Low Rent Housing Project—30 multiple dwelling units", said premises belns situate in Business Zoning District and owned b> Kosle Davis, Maj-y Rhodes. George p Haielwood, Jr., and Clara Hszelwood, his wife, Estate of Mary Burns. Estate of Patrick Leo, ind Estate of Charles L Gross. H. R. Brant, «-ho ha.? made application to occupy premises at 216 Roberts Street as "Radiator Repair Shop", said premises being situate in Residential "B" Zoning District and owned by R. L. Brant; Prospective Ouner, Russejl Brant, t/a Brants Radiator Ser'/ice. Bart Ltsanti, Samuel Usantl, and Kick Llsantl. t/a Lisantl Bros, who have made application to occupy Lot in Rear of 126 W. Third street ,as "Junk Yard", said premises being situate in Residential "3" Zoning District and owned by Samuel J Llsanti. At the said time and place, any person may appear and, testify as to the use of the said premises or object to the Issuance of said occupancy permit. CHARLES PAUL ROEDBR. CHAIRMAN. JAMES C. GARDNER. SECRETARY, WILLIAM B. ORNDORW. MEMBER BOARD OP ZONING APPEALS Advertisement N. & T.-Peb. 26. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That th- subscriber has obtained from the Orphans' Court of Allegany County. Maryland, letters Testamentary on the estate of Hannah M. Baker late of Allegany County, Maryland, deceased. Ail persons having claims against the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same with the vouchers thereof duly authenticated, to the subscriber on or before the ath -day of August, 1952. They may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of the said estate. All persons knowing themselves Indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment. Given under my hand this 8th day of February,- 1852. Prink Pord, Executor, Route NO. 1, Cumberland. Mt. Advertisement T.-Feb. 12-19-26—March Display Classified ALES HUDSON SBRV1C* Jenkins & Schriver Motor Co. 133 8. Mechanic St. PhOM 1J Venetian Blind Laundry Cleaning . Repairini John E. Sharp & Co. Ml N. Mechanic St Phoni 8177 FRESH FRUITS &VEGETABLES Dependable QurMtj, at Low Prices! HAGER'S SUPER FRUIT MARKET At Lover's Leap Louis Patkin, James A. Welsh, 3rd, 'Oaseph Ryan. Joseph Nelson, Charles Welsh, Paul Welsh, and Richard Guy. Mrs. Effie J. Smith New Maytag $129,95 Cumberland Maytag 31-35 N. Mechanic Phone 2672 Personal 5ay»: "Tes!" $30 For 30 Days TOTAL COST 90c Personal Finance Co. rhon« 721 201 Libirty Trait • INSIST ON • GENUINE FORD PARTS ST. GEORGE MOTOR CO. '"four Friendly ford Dtoltr" S. George St. Cumberland Phon* 580 Boys' Winter Macklnaws And Reve'sihle Coats Values to S15, ScllinR Out Our Mrs. Effie Jane Smith, 84, died last night in the Allegany County Infirmary. Mrs. Smith resided with a son, P. Thorner Smith, 127 Cumberland Street, in recent years Born near Bedford, Pa., she was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Diehl, Mrs. Smith was a member of St. Mark's Evangelical and Reformed Church, Colfax Rebekah Lodge, the Ladie? Auxiliary, Canton 4, IOOF, of which she was a past grand and the oldest charter member. She received a Decoration of Chivalry from the lodge in 1927. Her husband, the late Phil P. Smith, who died in 1929, was a pioneer auto dealer in Cumberland. Surviving, besides her son, are a daughter, Mrs. John M. Haws, Baltimore; two brothers, Harvey Diehl, near Bedford, Pa., and Reeder "Jack" Diehl, Bedford, Pa.; four grandchildren, arid one great-grandchild. The body is at Hafer's Funeral Home where services will be held Thursday at 2 p. m. with Rev. Carl H. Clapp, pastor of St. Mark's Evangelical and Reformed Church, officiating. Interment will be in Rose Hill Cemetery. Mongold Services KEYSER, W. Va. — Services for Luther Austin Mongold, 31, a Down- ingfcown, Pa., dairy employe, who died Saturday at the home of his wife's parents on Waxier Road, were held yesterday at the Rogers Funeral Home with Rev. Fred M. Bowman, pastor of Church 01 the Brethren, officiating. Interment was in the Meadow Point Cemetery. Pallbearers were Roy Van Meter, Donald F. Smith, Walter Hensley, W. J. Cross, L. C. Shuck, and Charles Siser Jr. Graveside services were conducted by Nancy Hanks Post of the VFW. Tole Services A requiem mass for Miss Mary Ellen Tole, 95, who died Saturday at ;he home of her nephew, James L. Tole, 300 Beall Street, was celebrated today at St. Patrick's Catholic Church with the Very Rev. J. Jawrence Kilkenny, celebrant. Interment was hi the church cemetery. Pallbearers were, Thomas P. Con- Ion, Michael D. Reinhart, Anthony Ruppert, Edward Rainer, John jeedy and Arnold Dawson. Kitzmlller Infant WESTERNPORT — Hubert Kent Citzmiller, three-month-old son of Hubert and Pauline (Bennett) Kitzmiller, died at his home in Rockville yesterday of pneumonia. The infant lad been ill two days. Surviving, other than the parents, are the paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kitzmiller, Hartmans- ille, W. Va.; and maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bennett, Cross, W. Va. The body is at Boal's Funeral Some here. i Davis Services A graveside service for Mrs. Mary. B. Davis, 65. of 115 Decatur Street, who died Friday at Allegany Hospital, was held yesterday afternoon in Rose Hill Cemetery, Hagerstown. of of the God Miss Josephine Keller Green Ridge Assembly Church, officiated. Pallbearers were John E. Browning, Harry E. Browning, Richard Weddle, Charles Eichelberger, Kenneth Elchelberger and John O. Durst. Mrs. Ora O. Bennett KEYSER. W. Va.—Mrs. Ora Ottis the Potomac Valley Hospital. She had been in ill health for two years. She was born in Meadowsville, the daughter of Jake T. and Ellen Christine (Smith) Huffman. She was a member of Grace Methodist Church, and Mt. Olive Lodge of the Rebekahs. Her husband, Arthur Franklin Bennett, died in 1930. She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Edward Brlnn, Alger Park, Dallfts. Texas; a son, Howard Bennett, Martlnsburg; four grandchildren; two brothers, Walter Huffman, Cumberland; and VOor- hees Huffman, Elkins. Services will be held Thursday at 11 a. m. at Rogers Funeral Home with Rev. Lloyd Myers, pastor of Entire Stock at TUC liilR M «"''- B °y'' Wear ItlL nUD Army-Novy Gootll 19 X. CENTRE ST. I Grace Methodist Cl.urch, officiating. Interment will be in Davis $50 Cash for 30 Days Total Cost $1.50 Stop in or Phone] Aetna Finance Co. 46 N. CENTRE ST. — PHONE 5293 Tn-State Detective Night w&tchmrn and Patrol Service M Type Invn'ioatlon-- 34 Hour* Dalli Phone 2161 SM UBEHTY TUUS1 43—Piano Tuning •»OBSKT W MORELAHD. Muter Cr»ft»- jfin of American Society of Piano rechnlrlfcna. Phone Piano Tuning and Repairing Laurence Griffith Phone 5441 46—Radios, Service GENERAL RADIO SERVICE REPAIR ANY MAKE PICKUP DELIVER* ; 515 PATTERSON AVE. PHONE 56"5. ! DOLAN'S RADIO-TELEVISION SERVICE! PICK-UP and DELIVERY | 11 N. Gforcc SI. Climb, IS:. FbR. 10.-i3-J. I 47—Real Estate for Sale Real Estafe Sought and Sold Floyd P. Grace Phone 868-J-4 ] SIX ROOMS, bath, 14 »em i.inri. Stair I road, prsff.cally new. J. O. Pattprson. ! Ps*v P.-iw. \V. Va. WANTED MODERN fi Room. .1 brdronn : hoij5f. Mnriprn k;'."hrn and bai. u .. Brick r-«n.«'n;rt:ftn prcfcrrrri Jnhr.-on Kf.s'.\^. '• L BERNSTEIN WAREHOUSE 152 UNION ST. IVeitf and Used • Bedroom Furniture • Diningroom Furniture • Livingroom Furniture • Kitchen Furniture • Gas Ranges • Electric Refrigerators EASY CREDIT! GUARANTEED BOTTLED GAS SERVICE Bring your appliance and healing problems to m. Onr factory trained «*rvic« men civo you quick, rffltjcnt service- FISHER Gas & Appliances I Harmon St. Phon* 4428 rr Sox J93-A FORERUNNERS OF SPRING Cemetery. Mrs. William LlRhtbody tomorrow at 2 p. m. in Crellin United Brethren Church. Rev. George Simpson, I/ich Lynn, and Rev, B. J. Lockhart, Terra Alta. W. Va., will officiate and burial will be In Hoyes Run Cemetery. Mrs. Rosle A. Tyson > Mrs. Rosie Anna Tyson, 85, widow of William Tyson, died yesterday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Sarah DeVore. Ellerslle, where she had resided for the past 17 years. Born May 26, 1866 at Magnolia, W. Va., she was a daughter of the late Michael J. and Sarah (Offord) Albright. She was a member of Elierslie Evangelical United Brethren Church, Surviving are two daughters Mrs. DeVore, Mrs. Martha Mummert, Cumberland; a son, Rev. Michael R. Tyson, Wilmore, Pa., and 15 grandchildren. A funeral service will be hsld Thursday at 2 p. m. in the Evangelical United Brethren Church, with Rev. Charles Raley, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in the Porter Cemetery. The body is at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. DeVore. Hager Services A funeral service for Mrs. Bertha C. Hager, 76 of 307 Water Street, who died Friday, was held yesterday afternoon at George's Funeral Home with Rev. H. M. Richardson, rector of Emmanuel Episcopal Church, officiating. Interment was in Rose Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were Francis Schultz, Vance Markwood. Gilbert Markwood, Herman Meyers, Frederick Pfeiffer and Norman Geatz. John M. Griffith HAMBLETON, W. Va,—John M. Griffith, 63, former resident, of Hambleton, died Sunday morning in Fairmont General Hospital following an illness of six weeks. He was born here, -September 28, 1888, and was a son of the late J. C. and was a shop here many years prior to moving to Fairmont a few years ago. Survivors, other than his widow, the former Elsie Hinkle, of Fairmont, axe four sisters, Mrs. Maude Junkins, Falls Church, Va.; Mrs. Carrie Warnick, Hammond, Ind.; Mrs. Virginia Swearingen, and Mrs. J. Edgar Smith, here. Services will be held tomorrow at the residence in Fairmont. Interment will be in that city. Mrs. Mary E. Gales KEYSER, W. Va,—Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Gales, 61, died Sunday at her home, 96 Mozelle Street. She was born in Franklin, Md., the daughter Elizabeth She Is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Josephine Howard and Mrs. Myrtle Junkins, Akron, and Mrs. Ruth .Cirillo, Keyser; three sons, Thomas Gales, Columbus, Ohio; William Gales, Keyser, and Clyde Gales, Portland. Ore.; six grandchildren, and two great- grandchildren. Services will be held Thursday at 2:30 p. m. at Rogers Funeral Home with Rev. Robert L. Bridges, pastor of Calvary Evangelical United Brethren Church, officiating. Interment will be in Philos Cemetery, Westernport. Louis H. Kahl GRANTSVILLE — Louis Henry Kahl. 79, died Sunday at his home near Accident after an illness of several years. A retired carpenter, he was born n Accident. November 15. 1872. a son of the late Henry and Louisa fSpoerlein) Kahl. He was a member of the Zion Lutheran Church in Accident. Surviving; besides his widow. Mrs. Mary L. (Friend) Kahl, are a son, Raymond Kahl. at home; three Lenora (Hart) Griffith. He a barber and operated of B. F. Tranum and (McManus) Tranum. Bennett,^ 69, du^earlyjesterday atjdaughters, Mrs. Dorothy Hunsinger. Johnstown; Mrs. Anna Brockey, Ihaneysville. and Mrs. Nora Kliffer, Cumberland: s. brother, George Sahi, Backus, Minn.; and two sls- .ers, Mrs. Christine Hcndricks, Iowa; and Mrs. George Georg, Accident. Services will be held tomorrow at 2 p. m. at Church with the Zion Lutheran Rev. C. F. Dolphin, pastor, officiating. Interment will be n the church cemetery. The body will remain at the Winterberg Funeral Home, Grantsville, until 12:30 p. m. tomorrow. Andrew F. Maphis Andrew Frederick Maphis, 66, of 113 Wills Creek Avenue, died suddenly last night in Memorial Hospital. He was born July 3, 1895, in Romney. W. Va. A former resident of Luke. Mr. Maphis moved to Cumberland in FROSTBURG. - Mrs. William j 1929. He was employed by the 4m- LlRhtbody, 60. of Pittsburgh, the| C elle plant of the Celanese Corpora- former Miss Tillle Wagner, of tion. as a watchman. Good Crab Season Seen CRIS.FIEttD—(/P)—The crab boats State Income (Continued from Page IS) the House. From now on, two-thirds of the delegates will have to sanction the appearance of any new bills. are coming to Crisfleld and they're! The Senate postponed a similar loaded. j deadline by recessing instead of ad- Watermen in this Eastern Shore 'journing last night so it will be on port reported today Maryland ap- Monday's legislative day today. pears to be in for a season of plenti- House bills numbered 114 and the fill — and reasonably priced crabs. been pouring into Crisfield from Virginia and the trend should continue into Maryland as the weather becomes warmer. Whereas packers at this time of the year usually seek the hard shells from crabbers as far north as Delaware Bay, this year they've been buying all they need from nearby Virginia points. This is a big saving in shipping costs. During the past month packers have been paying from $4 to $6 a barrel for crabs, compared with $8 to $20 in previous years. Most watermen think the sudden increase of the "crop" can be attributed chiefly to the moderate winters of the past three or four years^ a decrease in the numbers of fish which prey on small crabs and eggs, and the increased use of crab pots. hard Senate 98 with nine more days until the legal end of the 30-day session. Measure Introduced Two late arrivals in the Senate woukhmeet some exigencies caused by Civil Defense. Senate President Delia, (D-Balto 6th), proposed making Civil Defense volunteers eligible under the workmen's compensation law and relieving owners of property contributed for use as air raid shelters of liability for damage suits. Injured volunteers would not be eligible for compensation until such time as the federal government agreed to pay at least half of the claims. The compensation would be based on the volunteers' pay In private employment. Would Hike Jobless Pay Major changes in the unemployment compensation system were contained in a bill by Del. Behounck, Three Local Musicians To Give Benefit Concert Three local musicians will be featured in a benefit concert tomorrow at 8:30 p. m. inJJ'er Chayim Temple. They are Martin Eric Weisman, violinist; Dr. Sidney Zwick, pianist, and Rota Mclntyre, soprano. Mary Louise Bender will accompany the violinist and Mrs. Cordell Emerick will accompany Miss Mclntyre. $25 to $30 a week, it also would require employers to pay $6,000,000 more a year into the fund. These tax increases were left out of a similar bill introduced last week In the Senate. Behounek's bill followed closely recommendations of a commission which studied the unemployment compensation program during the past year. Gas Measure Defeated Proposed state supervision of nat- 40 Entries Received In Art Exhibit Here Over 40 entries have been received In the Trl-State Art Exhibit which will be held at the Cumberland Free Public Library next week. Today is the deadline for submitting entries. Bruce Etchlson, director of the Washington County Museum of Fine Art in Hagerstown, will judge the entries Friday. two daughters, Miss Ruth Maphis, at home, and Mrs. George Cover, Potomac Park; a brother, Harcld Maphis, Detroit; and three sisters, Mrs. Bertha Scollick and Mrs. Edith Cunningham, both of Cumberland, and Mrs. Virginia Ashby, of Luke; and seven grandchildren. Ernest Q. Michael Ernest Quinton Michael, 73, a retired farmer, died yesterday at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Gladstone Broadwater, Baltimore Pike, where he resided the past two years. A native of Avilton, Garrett county, he was a son of the late William and Elizah (Reckner) Michael. His wife, the late Maggie Sarah (Llewellyn) Michael, died September 23, 1948. Surviving are four daughters, Mrs. Broadwater; Mrs. Mary Wnmplcr, and Mrs. Llllie McKenzie, Frostburg; Mrs. Wllda Minnlch, Avilton; six sons; Henry P. Michael, Frostburg; Walter O. Michael, Lorain, Ohio; David O. Michael, Vernon L. Michael, Takorrm Park; Charles H Michael, Baltimore, and Stewart W. Michael, city; a brother, Forrest Michael, Frostburg; and 16 grandchildren. The body is at the Winterberg Funeral Home, Grantsville. (D-Balto maximum 2nd); It would raise allowable benefits from ural gas and oil well drilling wu turned down last night by the House of Delegates. They voted 61-49 against a bjil giving the Department of Geology broad powers to control and super-^_, vise the drilling. The only natural^ gas wells in the state are in Garrett' ' County. A similar bill was passed by the; "» delegates last year, but succumpftCl!'~ in the Senaia. -—^ • House debate resolved to a qiies?! 1 tion whether the drilling is loeat » matter or of state interest. THS Garrett county delegation argued it was local. "This bill may be statewide In scope," said Del. Edwards. (R-Garrett), "but as long as derricks rise only in Garrett it's a local Until derricks rise elsewhere keep it' " in local category." "We feel we should have some regulations," said Del. Green, (R- Garrett), "but we don't think this" bill meets the needs. West Virginia u and Pennsylvania have not found Jt feasible to do it." "You are going to deprive folfcs,. having small pieces of land what' " rightfully belongs to them," stated Del. Coddington (R-Garrett). ',.".'.'.T Reduction In (Continued from Page 131 comptroller, said today his staff is reviewing all these returns for overpayments and will get out refund checks as soon as possible. ,/ ., It's not necessary for the over-»*" eager taxpayer to make application!, for a refund. You may have something of "."it", wait if you put off filing your return until the deadline, April 15, and forget to take out the 15 per cent. ' ''• ;' This is because the comptroller's. • office is swamped with returns right r after the deadline for federal in- . come tax passes on March 15. ": 'Meet Millie' Answer to Pr«vtou« Puzzle HORIZONTAL 1,7 Screen-radio personality 13 Gratify 14 Small area 15 Perception 16 Iterate 17 Royal Italian family name 18 Goblin changeling 20 Domestic slave 21 Tell 24 Standard 27 Compound ether 31 Spanish fleet 32 Preposition 33 Chemical suffix 34 Hawaiian garland 85 Editor (ab.) 36 Prickly plant 38 Auto body type 40 This-—is noted on both screen and radio 41 Fatty 43 Homicide payment 46 Neither 47 Dry 51 Skin dlseas* 53 Shop 54 ObstinaU 55 Teeter 56 Gainer 57 Fortification! VERTICAL 1 Church recess 2 Rubber trees 3 Depression 4 Etruscan • native 5 Cotnpaje point 6 Biblical pronoun 7 African tree 8 Native metal 9 Wigwams 10 Pedal digits 11 Enthusiastic ardor 12 Proportion IB Mountain nymph 19 Arrival (ab.) '. Annex 23 Doctrines 24 Salts 25 Large plant 26 Among 28 Carry (colt) 29 Measures ot cloth uo AN A & G PA ^•m M •r»R M N AKAME AR El» 30 Scottish sheepfolds 32 Kind of nipt 37 Handled ") Aix-l8- Cbapelle 40 Where soldier mail goes 42 Internal 43 Otherwise 44 Cosmic order 45 Froster 48 Genus ot --''^ shrubs "'.'','. 49 Mossadegh*! . domain ;^"' 50 Morning moisture M Night befor* an event. •• SSObaerve' 55 Senior («b.) \i 15 21 Z5 2t> Sb 35 10 32 36 28 W 17 33 36 ft They'll Do It Every Time By Jimmy Hatlo ry POOR TELEPHONE OPERATOR. WILL GIVE STRICT tMSTRUCTTOMS THUS ;%*,„ wHEM SAID PARTY is NOT1RED AS PER INSTRUCTION 9 «•« OUR GAL IN THE MIDDLE 6ET5 Frostburg, died last Thursday. Ser- yesterday in the Funeral Home, vices were held William Slater Mount Washington. Pa. Interment was in South Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Lightbody wa.s a daughter of the late Adam and Katherine Wagner. Besides her husband she is survived by three children, Erma, Thelma and William, at home, G. Alvin Kreiling, Mayo Kreiling and Kenneth Kreiling of FrostburB;, nephews, are among the surviving relatives. While a resident of Frnst- burg. Mrs. Lightbody was an active member of Salem Evangelical and Reformed Church. Albert W, Shaffer OAKLAND—Albert Walter Shaffer. 57. Crellin, diod Sunday in Garrett Memorial Hospital here after a long illness. A coal miner, Mr. Shaffer had been suffering from a blood disease (for some time and had received 99 pints of blond for the condition. He was born November 30. 1894. at Underwood, near Oakland, a son! of the late Michael and Hannah! ' Ashby i Shaffer. He was a member of Crellin United Brethren Church. Surviving are two .sons. Kenneth and Dale Shaffer, both of Crellin; two daughters, Mrs. Alvin O'Haverj and Mr,. Eugene Burrell. boil-, of Mt. Lake Park: four sisUrs. Mrs. Estella Campbell, Atlanta. Ga.; Mrs. James Sanders. Crellin: Mrs. Annie Smith. Mnrsantown. W. Va.. anr, Mrs. Aria White, Akron; and seven .erpnrfrhilrtrrn. A funeral service will be held | Mr. Maphis was a Marine veteran of World War I, and chairman the board of deacons of the North Cumberland Assembly of God Church. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Pearl (Duckworth) Maphis; three sons, Timothy A. Maphis, at home: David P. Maphis. Cumberland; and Raymond F. Maphis, Baltimore; 6ET OFF LIME, OPERATOR, AtiO STAY OFF'" HEU.O, MEF? UKE A D06-NOT THAT SHE'S AW AMSEL,HEf?SELF, YUNDERSTAHD-AHD ^MOTHER TUIMG BE SU(?E TO LET ME KNOVV WHEN THE THREE YOUR fHREE MINUTES D48S4-ETi;.,ETt.- OUT OUR WAY By J. R. William* OUR BOARDING HOUSE with MAJOR HOOPLE WHY DON'T I PU5.H TH' PAPER UP 'STIC? OF DOWV) TH' PAPER? CUZ. IT GETS IN TH- BUTTER. AM' STICKY PISHES ANT STUFF --MIGHT EVEM A DISH OFF; ER— WOTHIM6 CLEVER ENOUGH. QUICKLY EMOUGH fHW ^EST ? OH,Yc5_,TvJlSSS~—M VWA.T.'.- : THOSE VOU VJERe ANMfxV A MR. J%:-/ MINDS FORCED CWER. GUMHORM DvOELT vOiTH' OS, A V:'i\ *500 ? UM.' OOM'T PEEP' DEALER. 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