Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on June 7, 1957 · Page 13
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Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, June 7, 1957
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Youth Dies Of Injuries In Accident . Robert Leo'Hiirvcy | Hurt Monthly While Riding In Park Area Robert Leo Harvey, 17, of Marion Street, died early Ibis morning in Memorial Hospital of injuries suffered in an automobile accident Monday afternoon Constitution Park, An llth grade student al Fort Hill High School, Harvey was an occupant of a car which apparently went out of control while descending a hi'l in lhc vicinity of the park's deer pen. Harvey suffered fractured ribs, shoulder injuries, shock and concussion in Ihe mishap in which -LffiQ--otlicr_.youths, Garry Hammond, 18, also of 3 Marion Street, and Robert F. Newcomer, 19, of Fort Ashby, were also injured. Harvey and Hammond were cousins. Hit Two Trees City Police Officer Ernest M. Powell, who investigated the accident, said the car in which Ihe boys were passengers, careened lo the right of the road, rammed into a Irce, whirled around and crashed inlo another tree. The vehicle was demolished and the trees destroyed, Officer Powell said. A former resident of Baltimon Harvey had been residing with an uncle, Leo Hammond, for the past eight years. He was born in Cumberland, a son of George anc Helen (Hammond) Harvey, both of Baltimore. He had been employed al (he Embassy Th'ealre and had atso referced basketball games for the City Recreation Department. He was'.'a member, ofvS't;. Patrick's Catholic Church.:'''' • '* Other Survivors Surviving, 'besides' iiis parents and the uncle with, whom he resided; are a sister, Miss Bar- bark Harvey, Baltimore; mater-~£al- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. ames Hammond,, and paternal grandfather, of this city. -The, body Funeral Home. Harry; Harvey, ajl al Ihe Hafcr - . A requiem mass will be celebrated Monday at '9 a., in. al St. Patrick's Church and interment will be in Hillcrest Hammond, ' Jerry and James |Thomas Wilson, George Miller; M|ehaeJ -Zembowcr and Michael. The rosary it-ill he recited at the funeral home at 7-30 p Sunday. Sixth Grade At LaVale Gets Honors Closing exercises for Ihe sixth FKIDAY, JUNK 7, 1957 OPEN AlKyDISCUSSION — An open air discussion of alleged damage to Ihe cars and clothing of employes of the Kelly- Spnngfield Tire Company was held this morning oulside (lie City Hall. A caravan of about 50 cars, covered with fly ash reportedly from the River Plant of the Potomac Edison Company, arrived at the City Hall shortly after the ohd of the Kellv plant's 11 to 7 shift. Mayor Roy W, Eves telephoned ilenry W Price, local Ph manager,-wlioJalked with-«io-gronp r .informin«- hem he would investigate the grievance personally. Stains from he deposit of fly ash, allegedly made carlv this'inoruin- c -in be seen on the roof of the light -colored ear in the fore-round J nee is the man wearing ||ic hat in the picture. Mayor lives i f facing him while listening (o Ihe siaiemenfot spokesmen. one of the Kelly Zoning Topic For LaVale Unit Meeting Session Planned For Monday Night At Fire Quarters. Zoning and the forthcoming referendum on lhal issue will be one of the topics to be discussed by the board of direclors of lhc LaVale Civic Improvement Association at ils bi-monthly meeting Monday at 7:30 p. m. in the LaVale Fire Hall. Gilbert Bohn. association president,; said residents of Districl "9 are invited to attend this ses- ion. To File Petitions And today Waller N. Ilcdrick, chairman of the association zoning committee, said more than the required number of signatures have been obtained for four candidates for .the proposed zoning board. These petitions will be filed to morrow with the Allegany Coun- .- „„„ ty Board of Election Supervisors Burial Park. Pallbearers will be so tllat lnc candidates can be Irate Kelly Plant Workers Make Fly Adi Complaints Extension Of Insurance A delegation of approximately 50 irate employes of Ihe Kelly-Springfield Tire Company drove to the City Hall (his morning lo offer visual evidence to Mayor Roy W. Eves of Hie discharge of fly ash. The fly ash, the delegation claims, conies from the River Plant of the Potomac Edison Company and has resulted in heavy costs lo Kelly employes who leave their cars parked on'ty Board of Alcoholic Licensejp company lots during the third Commissioners, the two boardf inspectors and clerk to the hoard Obituary qualified to run. •'Each candidate-must submit a petition containing; the signatures of at'Ieasl 20 qualified voters of son of .the late Noah and Mar- a District 29 At the referendum, residents of the district, with the exception of the Cresaptqwn special taxing area which overlaps inlo Dis- tricl ,20, will 'vbie first for BRANDES—Arthur R., 62, Washington. LEDNUM - Mrs. Marie J., 71, Greenville, S. C. MULL — Oscar E., 68, Seward Pa. NEAT — Samuel A., G7, Barton. PARKER — Rev. Paul S., 71, Oakland. RIZEK — Thomas G., Marlins- burg. SIMS — William E^, 81, Oakland VEACH — John W., 84, Petersburg. WATKINS — Mrs. Lewis F., 61, Rowlesburg. Samuel A. Neat Sr. BARTON-Samucl Arthur Neat Sr., 67, died yesterday al Newton D. Baker' VA Center, Mar- linsburg, W. Va., where he had been a patient three weeks. A native of Barton, he was a Held Legal ~ County Board Told Liijnor Croup Can Receive Protection Members of the Allegany Conn Many'Receive Honors At State College n Kiglily-l>'oin- Awarded Degrees In Ceremony At Frost hurg School Eighty-four students received; mchelor of science degrees andi il associate in art degrees al the' Sllli commencement of Froslburg! Slate Teachers College this af-l iJrnoon. j The program was hold in Compon Hall auditorium and was fol- owcd by a reception for grad- iMles, relatives and friends. Honor graduates among those cceiving (he bachelor of science iegrce and making au accumula- ive average of 2.25 or bctlcr fol- ,ow: Shirley Ann Kammauf. Crcsap- <>'.vu; Marie Bone Goldswortby, iionald- l.-awrenee-Shc-Rllyr-Mar- jarcl Marie Zcmbowcr, James Kdward Andrews, Floyd Nelson Hyan. Phyllis MeKenzie Hicks, Joseph George Steen, Janet Elen Taschenbcrg, Leo George Kol- schenreulher Jr., Margaret Sus- snne Ni.xon, and Willard Elizabeth Riggs, all of Cumberland. ClKirlos William Smith, Baltimore; Lauren Lee Pryor. Hag- crsimvn; Julm Walter Swopc am! Donald Cale Dairy, both of Wil- liamsporl; Harry Francis Fan- her. Ml. Lake Park: William lil- dred lUcGann, Froslburg; and Joyce Elaine Warnick, Barton. Other Honor Graduates Honor graduates in Ihe associate in arts group follow: Bruce Bishop Holland and Leo \ Knight Norris, both of Cumber- Jean Demey, Island I " can be .included in the accident erage of the county. Gorman E. Getty, attorney the Allegany County Board shift (11 p. m. to 7 a. m.). The hoods and tops of the c_._ were thickly covered with Ihe'and health insurance policy cov- sooty substance and the car owners showed lhal il was impossible to blow off or wash off easily. Price Makes Inspection Mayor Eves telephoned Henry . Price, local manager of (lie Potomac Edison, who after arrival and inspecting some, of the cars, carried on a brief conversation with the mayor. and Kelly delegation. Price asked how the group wa* ,„•„• - . , Willis, superintend- , ent of schools for Ilarforcl County fi-ive the addrm with R. Bowen H«.rdcs y, I-rostburg conforms degrees. KILLED BY CAR - John Robert (Bobby) Anderson, six-year-old son of John and Matilda (Quarlucci> Anderson, 924 Kent Avenue, was fatally injured last night when he was struck by $11 automobile in front of_ his home,Observers said" the youth darted into the path' of a car driven by Raymond G. Franlz, 42, of 40 Lament Street, after running down a steep bunk while chasing a ball. The body is at the Scarpelli Funeral Home. ofGi William A. Cumberland, a member Commissioners, said he had been!of the State Board of Education, asked by Commissioner Charlesj ll 'sir C. Dieht, dean of inslruc- N. Wilkkinson to determine ifjlion, presented honors, three members and three em- A lc((er from Gov. Theodore 1 ployes of the liquor board could !*• McKcldin extending his grecl- Kent Avenue Boy Fatally Hurt By Car Bobby Anderson, 6, Chasing Ball, Runs Into Putli Of Auto John Robert (Bobby) Anderson, six-year-old son of John and Matilda (Quarlucci) Anderson, 92^ | Kent Avenue, died last nigh president,[after he was struck by a car h Oiplomas^ronl of his home. Observers said (he youth ran - . —[Willing so positive that the residue canje'uoard be covered. Getty said the insurance company which has the group policy covering the county employes-is ings was rea« by President Hard- csiy. An organ prelude "Allclujah," to take in the personnel. The liquor liquor separate budget easily visible, with most of thei ash descending tor about 30 to 45' minutes beginning at approximately 1:30 a. m. today. Charles B. Krimm garet Mr. (Dennison) Neat {vas Neat. a veteran nd L 450 Balti-, collected each year. James Bishop, county treasurer, handles the liquor board budget payments and he told the there is': enough or World War I and retired from Ihe Cumberland and Pennsylvania Railroad in 1942 after 14 year's service. He also was a member more Avenue, who were spokes-L av fm . „,„ of men-for Ihe Kelly group, mforniSr" Hmoney in (he contingent fund to against zoning, and second (or a|0f Barton Methodist Church. years. zoning three-member zoning board which will operate if passes. To Distribute Material Iledrick said the four men who - -- -. agreed to be candidates repre- ? nci Arlnur Neal > Monosson, Pa.; spokesmen said, was f. - - . "i««i\*.»jiij4.ii atiiu, wds liiKcn Surviving, m add.tion to his bring ||,e ma ,,e r (o a hea d sin widow,Mrs. Mary i Brown I Neat, are three sons, Walter Samuel, Barton; Sgl. 1/c David Neat wilh the U. S. Army in Korea, nf T !,troi rt c i, i jsenling divergent areas of fhcl f " le<iau g h(ers > ft!rs -Grant Smith, ; The speaker was Dr. W. Ardell Haines, principal of Allegany High School, and presenting certificates of promotions was Theo-! dore Foote. supervisor of art for Ihe Allegany County Board of Education. _ Following the processional, the invocation was given by Rev. T. R..Hall, and the program includ- ! ed the following: "Children's Prayer," graduation sixfh grade; welcome, Gordon Haines; "The Flag Speaks," sixth grade; "Two Guitars," lisa Duke and Jean Paladino. "The Pirate Cook," Judith Rmglcr: "Geography," Jane 0'- "Trces," choral reading -• , T district. arc Lcs!ie J ' Clark ' W ' *' lMrs ' Vcrnon G«en, Lon- William Voder, John.!. Rowan acomn S: Miss Ph >''lis Neat, ___ i ft t ,, , . \ Wrichinrrf An Tl C 1 ___ I sr-_.. _ and C. Arthur Lancaster. Larry class; "Graduation Day,' Shinnamon; "Results and cs," Connie Ellsworth. "A Czech Walking Song." Rob- eil Laird; "Between Two Loves," Georgianna Crowe and Bonnie Taylor; "Afterward," Sue Foote, and "Farewell," lisa Duke. A .number of musical selections [Washington, D. C., and Misses Mary and Carolyn Neat, petitions circulated in their be-j dom at I'orne; three brothers, half are James E. Robertson,j Pcrc J', Halelhorpe, Md.; Herbert, Two other candidates having| Kosc M rtitions circulated in their be-j botl1 at Cash Valley Road, manager of the local Social Security office, and C. A. Smith, National Highway, service manager, of the Steinla Motor Company. Boy Scouts will distribute material concerning zoning and the special election tomorrow and June ]5. Three Men Join Army Active Duly Program Three area men have enlisted in the two .year active duly re- Kos-| scrvn Program of the Army the local recruiting station. at . They are John M. Robertson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Robertson, RD No. I, Froslburg; Leslie Paul Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob T. Milter, Charleston Street, Lonaconihg; and were directed by Miss Mablei lien -' amin c - Dcan ' son of Myers. The program was arranged by Miss Mary E. Straw, Sixth Grade teacher. Quality Control Group Has Dance Cumberland's American Socie- 'y for Quality Conlrol dismissed manufacturing processes and sla- jistics last night as the annual ladies' nighl was held al the AH the Ghan Shrine Club. Movies were shown and dancing followed. Officers completing their terms are W. A. 0'- prien, chairman; J. s. Sirockman and R. E. Hunter. The social meeting was the final event of the season. Regular meetings will be resumed in September. Sirs. Silcox Qualifies As 'Funeral Director iUrs. H. Lee'Silcox has been In-prmed by the Stale Board of FUneral Directors and Embalm- *rs that she has qualified as a funeral director as the result of tests taken in March al Baltimore. Mrs. Silcox had been assisting her.husband in,.the operation of the Silcox Funeral Service, Here. Mary Dean, Romney,- W. Va. Houston. Tex.,' and Scott Neat, Piedmont; two sisters, Mrs. William Guy, Osage, W. Va., and Mrs. Sarah Stotler, Cumberland, and 10 grandchildren. The body is at Ihe Boa] Funeral Home and will be taken to the residence tomorrow morning. Services will be conducted Mon rtay at 2 p. m. at Barton Methodist Church. Burial will be in Ml. View Cemetery. Rev. Byron Keesecker will officiate. Barton Post 189, American Legion,, will conduct military riles at graveside. The uody will be taken lo the church at noon on Monday. Thomas G. Kizer Thomas Gordon Rizer died May 30 al Newton D. Baker VA Cen- ler, Marlinsburg, W. Va. He was a son of the late Edwin F. and Anna (Shuck) Rizer Sr. Services were conducted > yes(Continued on Page 14) the expense of washing, waxing ant! protecting (he finish of cars' was becoming unbearable. ' Price pointed out that a daily inspection of the River Plant is made, that he is in daily conlacl with'officials there and lhal all operating procedures are closely checked to insure against heavy deposits such as was evidenced by the streaked automobiles lhis morning. Done Under Inspection The discharge operation was Second Baptist Church Plans Youth Activities The annual Youlh Week acti-| Edward iN'orris, Frank Robin- ed Price that complaints had! been made with the power firm board's share of the cost. The employes period of Today's at least action, Iwo and board members contrihulions for their I They have been covered "1° Social Security and the taken t° sys i em . h e added. Getty also explained make share, under M - - W , i*. .1 k.,,ul£l^ U ozart, opened the program wilh motor vehicle. Mary Drum Bollino as organist. The processional was "Pomp and Circumstance." Hoard Members Attend The audience sang "The Star Spangled Banner" and the Rev. William R. Snyder, pastor of St. Luke's Lutheran Church, Cumberland, gave - the invocation. "God of Our Fathers" was suiiff by the Maryland Singers wild Dr. Ward K. Cole conducting. The into the path of thr> auto after darling down a sleep bank while chasing a ball. Driver of the car Raymond G. Franlz, <12, of 4( Lamont Slreel, (his morning post ed bond for action of the grant jury after a preliminary hearing before Magistrate J. Millon Dick o. a charge of manslaughter by lecessional was "March Major." Stale in D Board of Education lowed in having a street in that Howard .Bosley, superintendent of finance. Dr. Theodore Boston, guests present were Jerome pension Framton Jr.. vice president, and .... , . George C. Rhoderick Jr., ; hiem- bctty also explained to theiber. Members of the Department commissioners thai residents injnf Education present were Dr the Voche Road section wanlcdjand Mrs-- David W Zimmerman' lo know the procedure to be fol- assistant • superintendent, Dr. section named. The street is listed on deeds but is unnamed. C. M. Diehl, a representative of the property owners involved, appeared before the board to inquire concerning the matter. Getty explained that Ihe properly, owners would have lo give rights of .ways, and when they petition- director of accreditation, and Dr! Harold Reese, supervisor of curriculum and Mrs..Reese. Jolmsoa Heights done under special inspection P d lhe counlv to lak ^ Hie street into the county system Ihe name Ihey sclecled should be lisled. 63 Graduate At Parochial School Here Sixty-lhree eighth graders rc- ! this morning. Price also said 1 adding that the humidity in the- spring and fall months almost always results in a unusual number of complaints. The humidity and early morning due fall, he explained, causes any fly ash that escapes from the slacks to fall instead of being blown away. Price assured the group that he would check the River Plant operations and see that all pre- . „..— cautions are being taken. He in-l ccivci l diplomas upon their grad-' n ,, formed the delegation that he H alion from SS. Peter and Paul: r> J Closing exercises yeslerday afternoon Heights School with i McGeady. were held al Johnson A mass of the angels will be celebrated for the young boy a 10 a. m. Monday al St. Mary's Catholic Church. Interment wil be in Sunset Memorial Park. The body is at the Scarpelli Funcra Home. Fractured Skull Death, according to -Dr.'H. V Dcminjf, deputy county .medica examiner, resulted from a frac lured- skull. He said" the 'only other marks on the body wen abrasions on the left forearm am abrasions on the lefl leg, whicl was run over by a wheel of linear. The fala! accident occurrei about 7 ; :45 p. m. shortly after the car'driven by Frantz. a Streci Department driver, left the For. Hill .stadium after he referced a Softball game, according to Ed win R. Lilya, county investigalor He said Frantz reported he die not see the boy until he stoppei the car after hearing a thump Carl D. Long, Wiley Ford, W Va., who -was following Franlz from Ihe ball grounds, said tin Second Section —_ LaVale Vote Data Asked By Gun Club Zoning Itcfcrciulnin Costs To Be Paul By County Board . A letter was received by the Allegnny County Board of Commissioners today from the Hay- slack Mountain Rod and Gun Club concerning the zoning bill eferendum for District 29. The letter, signed by Shirley D. lussell, secretary, slated that nembcrs of the club would like he commissioners to have the :oning bill printed in ils entirety n local newspapers so that they •oulii ascertain what it provides, -'he club also wanted to know vho pays for the election. Earl 1C. Manges, chairman of he Board of Election Supervisors, was at the commissioners neeling on another mailer and old Ihe commissioners that'the )ill provides that Ihe referendum >e conducted by Ihe election ward and that there is no provision for payment of costs. Tins neans that the county, in effect, pays (lie election cost. Manges said. County Obligated Manges explained that wilh the Election Board authorized lo conduct Ihe voting and no specific provision on payment of costs included in the bill Ihe county .vould be obligated. J. Walker Chapman, county 'oads supervisor, submitted to he board the $1,500 bond of the Cumberland and Allegheny Gas Company in connection with laying of a new gas pipeline along several county roads in LaVale. Chapman explained (hat the l)ond insures thai the roadways will be replaced in their former condition after the gas pipeline 's installed. Chapman also reported on a number of road complaints. He said that a complaint concerning >roken' sewer line ou Humbird Street in Ellcrslie reported last week should be turned over to the County Health Departmcni. Signs Damaged He also, reported lhat vandals ave damaged Ihe 25-mile-an- hour signs placed on Della'ven child bank ran down chasing a from ball. a steep the graduates of the sixth grade. Mrs. Lenore Resscr accepted the graduates. The program opened with the Processional, followed by the song, "Pledge lo the Flap." A He said just as the boy caugh the ball he ran against llic side of (he car, bounced back ||slruck his head against the ercte pavement and then wen benealh lhc right rear wheel fie said Franlz stopped with ^n a car length. Helped To Hospital Mr. Long and the driver of Ih third car in the line of Iraffi . had been told the wind direction- 5 " 00 ' lhis morning in SS. Peter, at the time the discharge wasi and Pa "' Catholic Church. made this morning would have Area ° ln S' ' Tl 'e Liberty rec ™ cd selections by a stringed orchestra. A song, "m (he Plaza," was carried the fly ash away lhc Kelly parking area. Mayor Eves said the first lime Marius Elsener. from Ca P-.. presented the certificates^ to 23 boys and -SO girls. Awards for highest -scholaslic chili lo Memorial Hospilal in the Franlz car. He died shortly after being admitted. The lad. Long said, was he was informed of Ihe situation|averages wenl to William Lea-..'""„. was " r was Iwo weeks ago when KeUyj 5 "":, Barbara Drumm and Kath-!,,- ' , ss _ c ' ri employes presented a petition lccn More. _ first honors, andv„ Kau " nc <-ira JlsVintT Iho filv t^V-n inmciirnc t^'JamCS Rohinrltp nrul ATaroin. 1 Day" was sung and then the Recessional completed the program. The music was under the dircc- 'ace Swanson, Cira and Robert asking the city take measures to^ 311105 Robincltc and Margie force the stop of the heavy rall| Kr <'idler, second honors, of fly ash. .At the lime. Mayor! Lcasurc and Uobinctte were, Eves said he contacted Price and presenter! four-year scholarships i informed him of the complaint to LaSalle High School which! and was assured that an invcslig- " lc y w <"> in competition over alien would be made. I 1 " 1 ? 5 f rom seven county paroch- Hnrd To Wash ! ial schools. The mayor said lhal he had! Parcnl - Teacher Associalion assumed there was a possibility Awards for athletic effort and on the way to the hospital. Rhodes said the boy ran out from his own yard and hit the back fender of the car before rolling under the wheels. Frantz told authorities (Continued on Page 14) he County Prepares Plans For Assessor's Office ..:.;„ . 5 . n , n ij i. . . "«•"",assumed there was a possibi Uy lu>v <" u!l >«r aimcuc euori and s pcc vitie;at Second Baptist Ch«rch;son Ronald Hudson and JosephU • dcf £ Mve ^^J at ^'sportsmanship went lo Philip o(f ^ will begin Sunday morning when i'P on -deacons; Betty Loidingor,! Rivcr pi ant , or c)se there had'. Barhc - Kdward Drcssman and." the paslor. Rev. Cornelius B.I j ly Kcltcrnlan .- Sherry Breigh-; becn an ^nu^iy hcavy b ] ow .,Charlcs O'Rourkc. and Peggy,' 01 " US| r\~..:.- ...:ii , ., , - .. r.Cr. Anna Marie TlpEon. Carol 1 /.,.i ~r n., -.,-u Scntt. llnrhar^ II/*rir>ll ^nn .Mi/'n'Dennrl Specifications on bids for new partmcnt. The- Froslburg firm furniture and equipment was the low bidder among six Davis chu and Charles Hobinson Jr., pastors of Youth Week. Judy Popp, Marlene Maxine Hudson, ...„ Simpson will deliver the mcs- Adams, Judy Shryock ige at the 8 p. m. s ' " '" day, while Robinson er the message at tin vice on June 16, Rev said. Oilier youth leaders, all mem-i Tiplon,! was present- complaints was c by the County Assessingl'' rms wn ich submitted bids. Cumiskcy. arc being drawn by the Alicgany _., , • •£> "• '• '1 HIV. (IIIU^OIIY ^ ria ±r' 'If rS C °!^ 8 °-" «r Commissioner, Marlene Tiplon, , he difficulty in removing the ash presented during a solemn Com-! Thc n ,, !• Marcia Ann'deposjt. Police and Kirc Com .!munion Mass this morning. ! cllldc , hrec '• : nryock. Trammgimjssjonc,. William V. Kcegan ! .Today at 8 p. m. the parents of> ((csks fj vo 'n a t to ment leaders.U S I- C H iknt twn nf the cars he eighth graders will entertain the!; n j „;' „ _„_ .. [nsked '[brought to the fire _ _ . . -, , „. • Dean Kon 'iing by Fire Departmcni person-' hal1 Davis ny, John R.ce. Robert Km P pen-' nc , s £ ov . cA that cold water was _., be, ,. Hos- class graders will at a ipment will in- metal typewriter top desks of var- ,'ied size, one mctol desk, a metal $3.247 and the second for $3,200. The price variance comes from the trade in offer on two used vehicles of SSH7.90 and SS94.60, Bids by the Super Concrete Road recently. Firearms were used in damaging the signs. Chapman said he inspected the Lower Town Creek Road on the complaint of George Schoenadel. "I've seen it in * worse shape," Chapman toUl the board. Chapman was-authorized to install pipe'in a dileh:'ruuuing from (he intersection of Calla Hill and Jealous Row in Mt. Savage. Water from the ditch has been running into the basement of a home nearby. This was determined during an inspection a few days ago, Chapman said, by noticing thai wash walcr from a residence above seeped into Ihe basement. The bluing in Ihe wash walcr showed up in the basement, he explained. Mrs. A. M. McEltish appeared before the board to ask that loose boards' on a small bridge near her home on Pea Vine Run be repaired. She said the rattling of the loose boards disturbed her husband, who has been sick abed for more than a year. The matter was referred to Chapman. BaiikOpenhig On Monday The official opening of the Crcsaptown branch of Ihe Second National Bank will be held Monday al 10 a. m. with an informal ribbon-culling ceremony. Joseph M. Naughton, bank president, said officials of Cresaplown, bank direclors and the personnel who wil) staff the recently completed bank will be on hand for the ceremony. Invited lo attend from Cresaptown arc Wilmer C. Kneppcr, president of the Civic Improvement Association, and Joseph G. Wcnrich, water commissioner and past president of Ihe association. Joseph F. Stakeni, assistant vitce president of the Second National Bank, has been named executive officer in charge of the branch bank and will be assisted by Mrs. Stella A. Twigg and Gerald P. Campbell, em- ployes in the local bank. Open house at the new inslilu- lion is planned Saturday from I' P. m. to 5 p. m. at which time the public will be given an opportunity to inspect (he bank. Souvenirs and prizes will be presented. Banking hours at the Cresap- lown Branch will be 10 a. m. to 2 p. m. Monday through Friday with additional banking hours of Company to furnish 10,000 tons o[J3 p. m. lo 5:30 p m o°n Monday burg, ushers. Tcrrcnce Shaffer, Brenrta hers of the Baptist. Training Frantz. Nancy" Vlu« .' CaV n^ , ^ Tsm a in g Union, who u'il! ^>«nmn !^™j« r /~.— „,. >i— r— u „ .. tuning in smtdiin;,. Union, who will assume leadership of church activities during Youlh Week ar,e: i Pcler Smith Jr., Sunday School superintendent; Elizabclh Tipton, Training Union director; Marcella Adams, Woman's Mis- Smilh, Brolhurhood president; Charles Haislcp, financial secretary. i ii. i Aiiuk\i:u iiiov tuiu >V<ILVI «a J ^ 11 i of little or no good in gelling ridM 111 ™ 1 "!'! Kc-olccle«l of the deposit, (he operation re-!_\|?L yi cc President Cooper, Mary Jane Adams, Patty Davis, Pally Phillips, Rose Marie Evans, Woman's Missionary Union circle chairmen, features of the Youth Week party in the parish: (ablc fj ' vc f our . d ; awcr ,' Ucr s] ^\ CRD * l °™ and 10,000 tons of land Friday. files. Thc bids will carry a pro-i lhree Erades of cashed stone L vision thai offers must he madeL wc ™ acc «P^ by the board. The!^i>» S, 1MH>1 ,,i s on used office furniture which Iocal firm was Iow bidder ' Thc - Sltsptnda can be House. inspected at the Court ^ — -. — —„.„ ,,^^ n uitiyrs in me utu^gcmtJii a«mi activities will include a Family Lashing expenses ran as high as M , E picn ' c Tuc ? da y- beginning $6 weekly, with one car owner pn ? ldcnt: . Jo , clat 6 P- m ' at !lle <*"»*'* Picnic claiming that he was forced to Knnim and Lcasurc pointed| Charles K. Slulzman. business Thc Assessing Department ,* oul thai warm water was needed agent of Local 453. Teamsters being given additional space for nnrt that w«h, no alsn romoverf Jnd chauffeurs iJiiion here. was|ils work as a result of ihe county rc-elccled a vice president of the commissioners moving (heir only olhcr bid was by lhc Cumberland Cement and Supply Company. and that washing also removed the wax and finish of the cars. Others in the delegation said grounds on Creek Road, and a ._„,. r... . , • ' ^- "«••"" «•' ~,~^» «»uau, auu rt pay lor me rc-paiming 01 a year- cfarlJ'fe, frC r?± r ! :r 'i I"" *?» 1 s *™™ *&»!**. at . 6 ««.«*, with Ihe firm he bought church. pay for Iho re-painting of a year p. nr and originating at the it from staling it would not be convonlidn lo be hold in Miami <Conlinucd dn Paso 141 Maryland-Distriet of Columbia American Federation of Labor at ils convention yesterday Washington. Stutzman was also elected meeting-place to the former aux- in floor of the Court House. I The commissioners have tl T CplC(l t1lC hi ' 1S Ot lho 1 ' rcslb » r e commissioner for West Virginia. ^}" 10 C«~'° fish « ^'ocalion resulted from a in December. Beer Permit Revoked The beer license of Dailey W. ijiary court room on the second Shockey, operator of the Stucco Tavern in Keyscr has been revoked by Roy D. Plait, beer r dump trucks of two-ton model churge of falsification of the an- for use by the County Roads Uc-inlicatinn. I» Miuukitc Violation GRAND RAPIDS. Mich. W — The National Boxing Assn. today suspended light heavyweight champion Archie Moore for failure* to fighl challenger Tony An. thony at Detroit in a title defense. NBA President Floyd Stevens said the suspension automatically followed an association mandate which ordered Moore to meet Anthony today according to an agreement nftrir Anthony defeated Chuck Spciscr.

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