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Cumberland News, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1964, Cumberland, Maryland 2DT1M CmnbtrliBd News Thursday July 30 1964 175 Hear Md NAACP Head At Fund Dinner Urges Involvement In Rights Struggle About 375 people listened last night over empty coffee cups and the remnants of dessert as Mary land NAACP preident Mrs Juan ita Mitchell said The Civil Rights Bill must be individually passed It must be passed in the heart of every American Mrs Mitchell a Baltimore attor ney was guest speaker at the Freedom Fund dinner sponsor ed by the Allegany Branch of the National Association for the Ad vancement of Colored People An overflow crowd roughly two thirds Negro swelled into the main banquet room of the Fort Cumberland Hotel During the 90minule speech Mrs Mitchells delivery varied from that of a wistful fellowsuf ferer to businesswoman and scold ing mother She repeatedly warn ed against Negro complaceny with recent civil rights gains Let us not be jubilant about what we have done Unless wej keep moving toward equalization of opportunity we shall witness a i repetition of history she saidJ We cannct remain removed and detached Education And Registration But there was no mention of pickets or militant demonstr III KellyUnion Pension Pact To Be Signed Agreement Reached On Last Issue Officials of Local 26 Rubber Workers Union and the Kelly Springfield Tire Company this morning willsign an agreement covering pensions and insurance at the local tire plant Plans for inking the pact which will be effective for three years were reached yesterday afternoon when agreement was reached on one unresolved issue During this meeting it was agreed that the right of the company to force an employe to early retirement at the option of the company and against the wishes of the employe will be At NAACP Freedom Fund Dinner Among the principals at the Freedom Fund Banquet of the local chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People last night at the Fort Cumberland Hotel were from left James F Hurt president of the local chapter Mayor Earl D Chaney Mrs Juanita Mitchell state NAACP president Mrs Romain Franklin coordinating chairman for the dinner Dr Lillian Jackson mother of Mrs Mitchell who is president of the Baltimore NAACP and president emeritus of the state group and Colin Cromwell state field secretaryfor the NAACP About 175 persons attended the event Visit To Luke Mill Winds Mother Four Up Teachers Field Trip Children Hurt Nineteen teachers participating in a conservation atkms The M aTyFaiid NAACP is workshop under the direction of Dr Howard Erickson j of the University of Maryland will conclude a fourday field trip to Western Maryland with a visit to Westj Virginia Pulp and Paper Companys mill at Luke today ourt Upholds onvictions In Traffic Cases Two decisions rendered by trial magistrates of Allegany County vere upheld yesterday when riminal leard in appeal Circuit cases were Court by As currently concentrating on voter registration and voter education said the state president and we shall continue to work harmoni ously with white citizens in our efforts j After being introduced by banqj uet chairman Mrs Romain Frank lin Mrs Mitchell made an in troduction oi her own She pre sented her mother Dr Lillian Jackson president of the Balti more chapter of the NAACP and president emeritus of the state chapter The 75yearold native Mary lander centered her brief remarks on thfi theme of human dignity In the shortspan were here for have a contribution to make Not hate respect she said Following grace and invocation by Rev William J Cox rector of St Philips Episcopal Church which opened the dinner program and a short welcoming address by Mayor Earl D Chaney local NAACP president James F Hurt addressed the assemblage Our Cause Human Rights To my knowledge said Mr Hurt this is the first affair of this nature to be held here Our cause is the struggle for human rights In this area we have been able to solve our problems peace fully and without incident This is the American way Prior to Mrs Mitchells ad dress the Freedom Trio a group of young singers from Frederick sang several folk songs New lyrics had been added to some of the songs One number was presented in its original form but there was a different empha sis in the lines of a Woody Guth rie song This land is your land This land is my land This land was made for you and me Mrs Mitchell stressed that the real evil of segregation is not technical or legal but psycho logical There is a terrible re sponsibility on all Americans for fostering a system which makes trate clark on June 3 the Negro think he is nobody The Negro often has no said I o pftioiK She urged that a human rejlUA VUllVVUVIIJ lations commission be estabi lished in Cumberland and any community in the arf a which does not have one This is essential she said to keep the channels of communication open During the sixweek summer course the teachers will cover the state making field trips bal Car Truck Collide Two Hospitalized DAVID NORRIS JAMES HEAVNER Allegany County 4Hers Named Chiefs Of Nations Two Aliegany County 4H members have been subject to arbitration according to the responsible positions of chiefs of the to Alva C Lewis Local 26 presi Camp Will Present Trophies Today is Awards Day at dent All other issues in the agree ment were approved by the 1800member union Sunday when union officials were authorized to negotiate the unresolved issue Highlights of the agreement which the union said will cost approximately 14 cents an hour are Normal pension at age monthly pension will be deterj tribes according to Mr Babich mined by multiplying by Wh0 said young Heavner has corn years of service In the previous agreement the amount was Algonquin and Iroquois nations during 4H Club Week beginning Monday at the University of Maryland campus Charles Babich assistant county farm agent in charge of 4H and youth work said yesterday that James Heavner of Hazen Road will be chief of the Algonquin na tion and David Norris will be chief of the Iroquois nation Each youth will be chief for 12 pleted his sophomore year at thei university and hopes to enter aj reached by multiplying years of veterinary school this fall service prior to 1959 at and Nnrris has rnmrMfH hi prior service beginning in 1959 at May Defer Early pension age 55 to 62 the employe may retire and elect Norris has completed his junl ior year at the University of Del aware where he is majoring in electrical engineering Ten other 4Hers of the county County Zoning Hearing Draws Large Audience Orderly Meeting Held At Court House A capacity crowd filed into main court room of the Court Camp Bobcat in Frostburg where itodefeVpension payments during House vesterday morning for the during recent weeks youngsters of age 62 thus receiving a monthly week Suzanne Weatherholt planning and Cumberland LaVale and the based on the ratejMt pleasant Road and Andrea secon pul ternport areafaced with reading r may elec Deceive a month Bowden Lonaconing have 6 v npnsmn ViaspH nn the 23 i 4 ui TTI An Ellerslie mother and her been getting in ly pension based on the rate times years of time of retirement but reduced anced with classroom work While four children were injured yesstructions toward better in this area they are quartered j terday when the car in whichjand also enjoying outdoor of one per cent at Frostburg State College they were traveling was struck On Monday the class was conby a pickup truck on Maryland to assembly Helen service atgan Frostburg Potawatomi tribe Former Chief ducted on a conservation tour by Richard L Bennett work unit conservationist here viewing river bottom land dike systems contour strip cropping and other Route 36 between U S Route 40 and Corriganville police said Mrs Mary Jane Kelso 28 of Ellerslie was admitted to Me jmorial Hospital suffering from a conservation practices Theodore j possible fractured left shoulder Stegmaier a district supervisorand pelvis according to attaches for Allegany County also said she was Xrayed and ducted the class on a tour of in satisfactory condition orchards Monday afternoon Monday and Tuesday evenings Adna Bond of the Department of Natural Resources office and Ralph Peace district supervisor of Forests and Parks lectured at the college on forestry products i last night the swimming at the commonlh less than age 62 The pension was formerly baspd on the times years of service The eligibility require faculty at Frostburg Statejment was cut from 20 to 15 years Mary E Mohawk song I Robison Mt tribe leader College codirector of the unusof service in the new pact ual camp with Homer R Pankey r i i i IU DU a new iji uv an also of the college faculty said th empove to retire after about 10 trophies and plaques willyears of service and age 62 Special early pension age to 65 a new provision allows 10 Henderson moderator opened the hearing with an explanation of how we will conduct the meeting so it will be an orderly one cer tainly not as was the case at the first hearing And in general the threehour meeting e formation desk Becki Bolyardifered ciuiet contrast to th 62 rprrPMinn meeting at Allegany High and Reba James Lonaconing recreation leader and Sandor Crouch Corriganville assistant Shawnee tribe leader School Persons wishing to ask ociate Judge Harold E Naugh on who found one of the de endants not guilty in another ase Donald Vance Grubb 536 Val ey Street was found guiilty of ixceeding 40 miles per hour and i2s fined by Judge Naughton vho found him not guilty of reek ess driving Grubb was given a hearingobservation of recreation areas be presented today at p m in the Pullen School manage ment and preservation Tuesday included conducted jtours by the Department of For ests and Parks staff featuring April 27 before Trial Magistrate Frank P Kelly Frostburg and vas found guilty and fined and costs costs for exceeding 40 He also was found guilty and ined and costs for reek ess driving at that hearing George K Chambers Jr of 3aw Paw yesterday was fined 50 and costs when he pleaded guilty to failure to stop after striking an unattended vehicle Yesterday a tour of strip mining areas and deep mines was led by the Bureau of Mines staff In the afternoon Richard Reppart of the Natural Resources staff conducted a field trip of water resources sanitation facilities observing pollution of water life This conservation of natural A fiveyearold son Michael Trophies and plaques they said also was admitted to the hospital w hoinD iwljl presented to the outstand for observation and was being treated for a laceration of his forehead Of Mrs Kelsos other children Diane 10 sustained a slightj abrasion of her ear George 81 an unreduced pension based on the times years of service formula tions about Early option a monthly pension based ing tennis player swimmer archion times years of service formula will be payable to an employe who has 15 years service and tne company or long actvities and will join ques the proposal or to the for or it were dir jected to write their names and 1 addresses on cards which er etc ren At least 200 parents and child are expected to attend Darlene 4 a contusion1 of the lip They were treated at the hospital iter of ceremonies and were released Tfc Charles T Snow of the State Police gave this account 1000 other vouths from Maryland ncn Penson at company s An orientation meetin thethen screened by Fred H Ander county representatives will beison to the Commission held Friday at p m at attornev E Extension Office at the Courtet was dme to ehmmata duplications and to save time Proponents Speak Upper Potomac Industrial De velopment Company president becomes eligible for an unre Harry Kauffman of LaVale D iduced social security benefit Camp Bobcat was set up for the Insurance Boosted of helping youngsters Disability pension the same1 ofj is retired by thej by mutual agree1 tiuiuoiunvyiini I a contusion of his forehead and the codirectors saidjment It will be reduced to the 5325 formula when the employe j Mr Babcock will serve as mas Poultry Queen Is Crowned the accident which occurreditne area have reading probjformula is used as for early pen about 5 pm Mrs Kelso was driving south on Route 36 toward Route 40 and the pickup truck was being op erated by Sloan Hoadley of 535 North Centre Street Cumberland II ems resources class is Conducted north on Rute After spending an hour each sions at company option but the Miss Paula Sue McDowell of eligibility requirement was re nually by the university under its rural extension education pro Hoadley apparently failed to1 judge the distance and was makj ri i j u iiing a left turn onto a side roadj cute a reckless driving charge I elementary and secondary school when the truck wiUl The state decided not to proseBram and is oriented toward which had Chambers been who placed against forfeited collateral when his trial came up June 3 before Trial Magistrate Leslie Clark Chambers forfeited collatl eral on the other charge when his hearing came up before Magis problems the youngsters later en joyed outdoor sports Several Street or uiose jusi imeresiea HI conserUnued b the state trooperi 3 LlMvU yation Each teacher is required fte Kdso car was a tota to prepare a research paper Hoadley apparently was not M 7 am todaV detours will day for the past six weeks workduced from 5 R 10 vears ing toward solving their reading I Life and accidental death and Burlington was crowned Miss the first speaker He said zoning contributes to the areas economic stability by attracting new indus try and helping to keep existing ones B president teachers working toward masters auto Snow sajd degrees recertification credits or those just interested in conser An investigation is being con membership insurance was creased from to no cost to the employe Upon retirement the insurance will be reduced over a 30month West Virginia Poultry Queen of of KellySpringfield Tire Com 1964 at Moorefield last night said the Proposed zoning inj the annual West Virginia Poultry wil1 aid in orderly de atAssociation convention got of the county and of its festivities fers greaer possibilities for edu The contest was held with and cultural facilities Allegany County he said has the prime requisite for new industry adequate water supply But he girls competing in Moorefield period until a minimum of School auditorium US is reached In the previous Senator Jennings Randolph agreement the insurance was re1 crowned the new queen duced immediately upon retirej First runnerup in the contest ment An employe who had morejis Miss Ann M Hott of Arthur than life insurance before land second runnerup is Miss stressed any long look at growth before locating Mrs William Van Newkirk industry takes a potential orderly usable project suitable Augustl 1964 will upon reBetty Leatherman of Moorefield r s l b u r g representing the Over Million classroom teaching Fellowships for the class are granted by Federated Garden Clubs Soil Conservation Districts Isaac Walton League and some county school systems Virginian Seeks In Suit j JVJ3O J AVJ caviiijr f r ij f for hurt in the twovehicle accident into effect for both east anditirement have it reduced in thej Todays session of the of women Voters called Mrs Kelso and her four chillwest bound traffic on Hendersonjsame manner until a minimum lion opens at 10 am in thezomnS an absolute necessity dren were taken tc the hospital Avenue of 50 per cent is reached in the two ambulances of thei Westbound drivers are to turni Inhospital expense and room The million mark was passed Corriganville Volunteer Company Suit Settled Moorefield Fire Hall and officersMrsDirk Vandenberg of Cresap r will be elected Several said she could not under Fire left onto Knox Street from Henjand will be paid will discuss various phases of thelstan whv there was any opposi derson Avenue and North 365 instead of the present poultry industry and poultry martlon to tne proposal Street Drivers going east on i 120 days jketing Car Twigg Bedford Road A friendly suit involving an U S Route 40 will be directed east on North Mechanic Street where they will turn left at Fred erick Street Eastbound traffic The allowance for outpatient The annual poultry parade fea fluestioned whether the proposed diagnostic tests was increased luring the queen and the prinordjnance is constitutional Ha from to S100 and for outcesses is scheduled for pm patient Xray and similar therapy today At the conclusion of the pro gram most of the people present yesterday at the Allegany CountyChurch Va chief project engi central tax office at the Courtneer for Missile Sites Inc op House Overcome the theme song of civil rights work ers where county taxing area adopted being state and crating at are laboratory Allegsny Ballistics son Road plaintiff and Ronald yesterday filed a E Bennett RD 1 Valley Road damage suit in Allegany County reached an agreement and a settlement of A total of I Francis G Philpol county tax circuit Court claiming false ar collector said his staff had Prosfcution falseijisoo was being sought Young Fagan was a passenger I Henderson Avenue from North Mechanic to Knox streets The left side of North Centre auto accident has been continue on Frederick included with a maximum out of Allegany County Circuit to Naves Crossroad and from of each for employe and deYMCA Plans Trip Walter R Benedict Falls Court there will be directed over to Continued on Paae 19 IT nn Counsel for Charles F Fagan jRoute 40 will be no parking to A chartered bus will take boysjmanager V S and girls to see the Pittsburgh the be accept Pirates nlav the San FranciKrned and sald lts rejection would tragic mistake Deaths jStreet from North Mechanic to BURDOCK Edgar S 49 Elk Garden said it should be either rewritten put up for a vote or face a fight all the way to the Supreme Court He said however that he favors zoning Celanese Fibers Company plant Louis Amato recorn a according to Benjamin Haines YMCA program director MORSE Perry A 75 Bedford He said the trip is open to all FORECASTS G us lest cisy inus isr ycstcrcisy i o j n wn when was collected Process in a car being operated on U Snnox IsHRYER Walter 84 formiboys and girls 8 through 15 residenTlTjai Those who havent paid their 1 Defendants damage suitJRoule 220 about a half mile north The left side of North Mechanic er resident lof age and that 50 free Pirate tickordlnance Hesald taxes are reminded that tomorrov are doing the Maryland line in Bedford Afreet from Henderson Avenue toTTBBETTS Robert F native of ets are available for is the final day Paintifl W3S Street Oaklanci Uhe five per cenl discount Next u j Hotel The City the car went nut of control In addition crossings atiYOUNKIN Thomas E Maryland Fair and coolermcmm the discount drops to fouri herland and Kenneth rammed a guard rail throwPear and Valley Streets will he1 Grantsville with low humidity High BOB6 cent Mr Philpot said nssey detective in the him from the vehicle I Obituaries wi page f Department of Cumberland l Today a touring collector will The plaintiff is suing the three be at the town hall in Westernparties each The damage I port from 10 am until 3 stems from his arrest after a 10 am until noonDispute over payment for a meal cooler and 7884 cmnv Mostly sunny callinR Central YMCA ant Highs 80 to 85 CITY TEMPERATURES I at the fire hall in Flintstone and purchased at the restaurant from 1 pm until 3 pm at the 1 pm 92 2 pm 93 3 pm 95 4 pm 94 5 pm 93 6 Dm 86 7 pm 80 8 pm RO 9 pm 80 10 pm 78 11 pm 77 Midnight 77 JVFW Home in Mt Savage The tax collection total to date is OTHER LOCAL NEWS ONf PAGES 12 19 There will be few ments for youngsters attending city playgrounds during the next few days if they take advantage and Mrs James L Gar land announce the birth of a son Monday at Mildenhall England1 The mother is the former Gather ine Merrill daughter of Mr and Mrs John Thomas 427 Valley Street Mrs Helen Garland Irons Mountain is the paternal grand mother Memorial Hospital dull mofor the skit nighi activities Jti Mr and Mrs Lloyd R Reed Gity Youngsters To Face Busy Week On Playlets Births JUI UIC SAIL Jll Ill OMVI 11 11CTU also reported that Linda 2 Box 288 city a son yester man Pat Wilson Lorrinda Rizerjday i and Becky Ashenfelter were winj Mr and Mrs Brownie Lee of the events Tisted n tne recenl doll show I Powers Old Winchester pers published bv the grounds The Virginia Avenue Star notedPaw Paw a daughter yesterday yesterday tnat a Dakc sale s planned FriMr and Mrs James H CatronJ The Centre Streel Gazette notediday nifiht and a model show vvi11 RD 2 CrcGk Rnad twin daiBhters and S Anna and a 7 Stevens i Mr and Mrs Thomas C Lind A picnic is planned by the play The Post Gazette noted plans ner B24 Shades Lane a son yes tround tomorrow at 1 pm for a to VanMetcrs terday crafts and volley ball Monday Reach Saturday and a rnck show Mr and Mrs Johnny M Slaf crafUs Tuesday and a doll showFriday at 7 pm RD 2 nofld a d h and dance next Wednesday The Penn Avenue Reporter noted plans for a picnic today from am to pm and Winners of the doll show wereLer yesterday Mary Jo Kesner Susan Har Mr and Mrs Donald E Reed baugh Dehbie Rict and Mary Jo j Jll Race Street a daughter Mon Continued on Page 19 I day V Lions Receive Membership Awards Membership advancement awards were presented to four mem bers of the Lions Club at a luncheon meeting yesterday at Central YMCA The awards in the form of keys are given to members recruiting six or more members in years time Robert H Downing Bel Air development manager said that he and the 400 residents of tha favor ths that the in terim ordinance prohibited tha iThe trip will be chaperoned byilncaion of n automobile junk 80 Mr Haines and other leaders yard the and Reservations mav b made a mutti milliondollar investment Last of the pro speakers waa Russell Robeson president of I Home Builders Association of AU legany County He said that whiia the association was not in full agreement with the proposed ord inance the members think that planning and zoning is essential to the areas growth Opposition Heard John C Sullivan counsel for he antizoning Allegany County Citizens Protective Association was the first speaker opposing the proposal He said planning and zoning represents an in fringement upon individual liber tics He added that many of tha plans supporters represent only capital and have no real in terest in the county He spoke of j the controversy as a battle be tween the haves and the have nots with the latter presumably represented by him Next the associations presi dent John H Martin said tha plan was a step toward estab lishing a police state warned that a zoning ordinance would represent a move toward a conditioned society Mr Martin said many organi zations support his views and among them he included the Re publican clubs of Frnstburg ind Lonaconing Textile Workers Lo cal 1B74 Chemical Workers Union Glass Workers Union and the AlleganyGarntl County Bi tuminous Coal Richard Grubo Flntstone vice Continued on page 12 Michael Beerman left deputy district govenor made the pre sentation to left to right Glenn K Davis past president J Goodloc Jackson secretary Leonard C Schwab treasurer and Bert J Graham
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