Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on January 30, 1958 · Page 20
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 20

Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, January 30, 1958
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TWENTY- ETENTTtO flMW, CUMBERLAND, MD., . THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1958 •Dial'PX .MSOOr;W • WANT AD Obituary ' (Continued from Page 13t i her of St. Paul's Lutheran] Mr*. Lena Ncff PIEDMONT — Mrs. Lena N'eff, Blauch Services Services for Ephraim Cashier Indicted Oh Theft Charge. BALTIMORE — A federal Uninsured Molorist Law Is' Considered RICHMOND, Va. Legislation dealing with the problem of grand jury has indicted aiformerthe uninsured motorist came be- K.I; y man on a charge of embez-fore General Assembly comrnit- ilo JUUHlVlOt* . i -r-- T% j i J" J ^ Y»w| »-* . » » v»». Order of the'98. former resident, died yester-jBlauch, 91, Pinto Road, who died ;Naval Air sta ti OI! . - Church and the Eastern Star. Survivors include a daughter, (hospital. zling $10,437 from the Patuxentjtees today with the groundwork already laid for a bitter floor fight (day morning in a Brooklyn, X.Y..iTuesday in Sacred ileart Hospi-[ Benjamin F. Long Jr.. 46-year-iin the House. \i. _ .._i. ~i fa I \\'ill be Conducted ffimftrrnvv ' . i j /_ _i.-_* **., _/•/: i 11 Mrs. Harold Connor, Frostburg; She had been residing at the a son, Josepfi Reese, Charlotte, i home of a daughter, Mrs. Mar- C.; four step-sons, George guerite Day who lives in New ': ld f chi f petty oU[c h d oiu yirnier cmej psuy umvei, nau| public hearing were set on pro"been employed as assistant cash-Log.^ ior a "required reslxmsi- jier in the station's commissary. j b ji ily ] aw> » an insurance company at 11 a. m.. at the Pinto nonite Church. ; . . Rev. Lehman Longenecker,' He said shortly after he was : , po " 0 ]" a7 ld ' a standard endorsement • „,_.. ji ....i.. i J - on a ii au t 0 accident policies covir- .ing the policyhplder against dain- jcalled nothing after shaving him-| age by the uninsured, motorist. Oirths Reese; Quakcrlown, Pa.; Harold; Vork. Mrs. N'eff was the wife of: pastor> W [H officiate and inler-iarrested he vague)y remembered \ on a n auto acci Reese. Ha/elton. Pa., and Luther,the late Charles T. Nelf Sr., city; ment w ju he in the Pinto Ceme-!leaving with the money, but re- ; j ng t j le po ii cy h sriri Clarence Reese, both of Bur-;clerk here for many years, whoj ler y. , ., ' _" wick. Pa.; three sisters, Mrs. died in 1941. Tlie bodv is at the George Fu-l self tne mornin S of Dec - 21 She was a daughter of the late inera , j^ wnere the fami j y will ! Long was reported missing > Elizabeth Origcrs, Cumberland;! She was a Mrs. William Horton. LaVale.iMr. and Mrs. Alex Porter. M l ' s -! recG j ve and Mrs. Samuel l.aciata. Bulti- Noff was a member of Trinity 1 more, and a grandson, Richard Methodist Church here and a. Connor. Law ton, Okla. ! charter member of Bethlehem The body will be at the Durst chapter 14. Order of Eastern| Funeral Home after "i p. m. to-,Star, \Vesternport. friends from 2 until m.-and 7 until 9 p. m. Bobo Services days after the loss was discov-j ered Dec. 20. Clarksburg Officials (Win Damage Suit Politics ;Aired By Labor Officials Top officers of the Maryland, District of Columbia AFL-CIO met with.Western Maryland labor leaders here last nighL Speakers were W. F. Strong, Washington, newly elected president of the stajle AFL-CIO, and Charles Delia, Baltimore, secre jlary. ! Strong was - introduced by Joseph V. Burke, secretary ofjSHOEMAKER-Mr. and Mrs. Local 26, Rubber Workers Union,! Harry W. Sr., Junction,,W. Va., ^ „ who arranged, the meeting at the! a soni this morning in Memorial, request of the AFL-CIO officials.' P'^P—Mr. and Mrs. Robert, The dinner event held at the B. R 0 O,K L E Y—Mr. and Mrs. Charles E., Frostburg, a son last night in Memorial Hospital. REXROAD—Mr. and Mrs. John S., Baltimore, a son there on Monday. The paternal grand- >: parents are Mr. and Mrs,' L. C. Rexroad of 474 Baltimore A\*e- nue.- Child Injured • BALTIMORE {*)-— Six-yearnold Constance Edwards, of Severn, Md., died in a Baltimore Hospital today as a result of a highway accident. The-/ youngster was dVWV-m-' *»-w; ^,»^-. o -..p-- — struck by a truck near her home Tuesday. Fort Cumberland Hotel served to Services Bobo, 73, for Mrs. Bowman's Julia E. Addition.; of the missing money home. it I *i t.Mtri mjv/i t. , , f . . , Surviving besides her daughter^ died yesterday in , Sacred Bom j Regolllti<m •^sSsnit'-Krr^s^^ CHARLESTON" 'Of, — A resolu- a constitutional Services p. m. by Rev. William J. Ying->al Home here about noon tomor- Funeral Home.- ling. Interment will lie in Frost-!row where a service will be held burg Memorial Park. [at 2 p. m. Saturday. Rev. Everett \V. of First Methodist Gulp, pastors RD 1, Frostburg, a son on Tuesday in Miners Hospital. introduce Strong to some 20 THOMAS—Mr. and Mrs. William,-^ , AFL-CIO leaders here and to Orlando, Fla., a son there on 0 in "Long's' CLARKSBURG W — A directed i provide slate officials with a gen- Tuesday. The father is a nep verdict for the defendants ended ieral idea of area attitudes to-i hew of Mrs. G.-Kear Hosken of Si! today the $50.000 damage suit of;ward candidates in the coming] John. Abruzzino of Charleston [primary election, against city officials and certain! Similar • meetings are being others. [held in other sections of the statei The suit alleged a conspiracy in preparation for the political ;on the part of the defendants to program of the state AFL-CIO. \ Frostburg. fctt fftd wtti pnfeuwrf etre 135 taltimor. S*. ! of a $20.000 home he had j fashionable district of Clarks- The family will receive friends! Rev. L. K. Crowson. pastor of nlficiate and interment will be in of t(> 20Q mi]!ion dollars ^^ at the funeral home from 2 until Trinity Methodist Church, will of-jZion Memorial Park. j of non . revolving road bonds • 4 p. m. and 7 until 9 p. m. ficiate and interment will be mj Pallbearers will be Robert, Ar- introduced jmo lh House lfld John E. Waybrlglit PUilos Cemetery, Wcsternp 0 rl.;nold. Samuel and Join! Timbrook , jhe proposed amendment would L, . .-^T": PARSON'S. W. Va. - John E. Members of the OES will have a James Hook, Charles Twigg and; at the sam(j Ume re , /oj . e existin «,! Cluck Replacements \Vaybristh, 83, of RD 1, Kerens,!service at the funeral home to- Paul Arnold, died yesterday at his home lolluw- morrow at 7:30 p. m. Miss Margaret Stewart Filing Deadline For Exam Listed authority to reissue bonds underi jjp In West Virginia Stevenson Services j t |- lt > 50-million-do!lar Good Roads! ° Services for George H.- Steven-'Amendment of 1920. The revoca-i CHARLESTON ... ._ FROSTBURG — Miss .Margaret 1 son Jr., fifi, of 18 Laing Avenue, tj on authority would be effective! chick placements of 539,000 in the i mission cooperative highway engi- elion Stewart, 26 Washington-who died yesterday in Sacred next Jan. 1. state in the \veek ended Jan. 25ineers training program have until MORGANTOWN CP — State high school seniors expecting to apply for this year's West Vir— Broiler 1 ginia University-State Road Coming an of three months. A native of Onego. he was a son.of the late Daniel and Christine (Miillennex) Waybright. Mr.jsireet, died last night at Miners Heart Hospital, will be conducted; Waybright was a retired farmer;Hospital where .she had been a!tomorrow at 3:30 p. m. at the Samuel .Meat's Dies and had resided in Tucker Coim-ipalicnt since .January 19. lHafcr Funeral Home. j BALTIMORE i.-?t — Samuel R. cent above the comparable ^1957;civil engineering at ty the past 27 years. j A native of this area, she was! Rev. Everett W. Culp. pastor.^^,.^ J lird geriera ti on O f a f am-1 week. * j J """ J ---" ! -Survivors include his widow,|a daughter of the late James and^of First MethodLst Church, will'.jiy which operated one of the' The Federal-State Crop Report-! The program, administered by Sophia E. (Clayton^ Waybright;jjane (Price; Stewart. {officiate and interment will be ini c .jjy- s oldest funeral establish--ing Service said eggs set forlthe university's civil engineering six sons, Clifton. Cassity; Guy,] She was a member of First'the Eckhart Cemetery. '. iments, died yesterday at hislbroiler chicks totaled 336,000, an!department, is designed especiallv Burl, Monterville; Slaff Sgt.'English Baptist Church and was; Military rites will be conducted horned He would have been 75 oniincrease of 8 per cent over (.he^or a highway engineering careei Edga Army and James and Virgil Waybright, were up 9 per cent from the Feb. 1. previous seven davs and 21 perl Prof. H.W. Speiden, head of ' ' ' WVU. an nounced the deadline today. previous.week but about equal to the comparable 1957 period. | 'The Pacific end of the Panama She is survived by three bro-ican Legion, and Henry Hart Post Bismuth is the poorest heat Broiler prices remained steadyjCanal is farther east than the ar Waybright. with the V. S.;cmployed by Mt. Savage Refrac-jat tlie graveside by members of;F e b. 17. y in Tripoli. North Africa.jtories Company. (Fort Cumberland Post 13, Amen- STACEY'S MARKET 51 N. Centre St. DIAL PA 4-6566 Fresh ROE and BUCK SHAD • The Finest . ' Fresh, Tangy Chincoteagu* OYSTERS Half Pints Quarts Gallons IN THE SHELLS J-U-M-B-O SHRIMP Fresh or Steamed fRKH PICKED MARYLAND GRAB MEAT both at home: four daughters, : thcrs, John Stewart, ' Frosiburg; 1 JHii. Veterans of Foreign Wars. (conductor of the metals. Mrs. Edna Bodkin, Mornrosc; '.Robert Stewart, Hagerstown, and| Mrs. Jessie Hottle. Baltimore;; Price Stewart. Baltimore. Mrs. Ethel Carr. PorterwoodJ Friends will be received from; 1 iwith the .week ended Jan. 18. {Atlantic end. and Mrs. Martha Hedrick, Buck-'? to 9 p. ni. today and from 2! hannon: 43 grandchildren and 47jto 4 p. m. and 7 to 9 p. m.j greai-grandchildren. j tomorrow. -The body Ls at the Greenliel Fiineral Home here. Mrs. George Gnrdnpr 'LONACONMNG — Mrs. Eliza- Services \vill be conducted Sat-j urday at 3:30 p. m. at the funeral S home by Rev. E. Elwood Settle, pastor of First English Baptist in beth Knippenberg Gardner, about!Church. Interment will be 52._ wife of George Gardner,!Frostburg Memorial Park. Wheeling, W. Va.. died early yes- p r . Clay Leps terday in Ohio Valley General! CHARLES TOWN — Dr. Clay Hospital there. 'In failing health for some time, she was a native of Lonaconing Whitehill Leps, 12. died Tuesday in Charles Town General Hospital. He had been in ill health end a daughter of the late Fred, several month.«. and Maria Pritchard Knippen-i A native of Keyser. W. Va., he berg. } v;as a fan of the late George ^Besides her husband, she is. Edwin and Susan 'Athey' Leps. survived by three brothers, j Dr. .Leps was graduated from James and John F. Knippen-j the old Baltimore College of Denberg, Akron, and Waller Knippen-ktiil Surgery, and practiced in. berg. Los Angeles, and three! Keyser before moving to Charles i Exclusive at WOLF'S, 42 Baltimore St. Bedroom Suites sisters, Mrs. James Park, Lona- Orr- Town. — ADVERTIStMMT — Gall Him for Money coning: Mrs. Adlee Frye, Orr- Survivors include his widow, ville, Ohio, and Mrs. DeWitt! Jirs. Ethel M. Leps: two sons. Friend. Columbus. Ohio. (clay Whitehill Leps Jr., and The body will be brought to-'George Edwin Leps. .both of morrow to the Eichhorn Funeral'Charles Town: a daughter, Mrs. Home here for a service Satur-|Harold Barr, Charles Town; two day at 2:30 p. m. Rev. Carl i sisters, Mrs. J. W. Carskadon, Price of Lonaconing Methodist j Headsvilie, W. Va., and Miss Church, will officiate and burial} Fannie Leps. Baltimore'; three •Anil be in Frostburg Memorial:brothers, C. Harry Leps, Sara* ?ar ' < - ! sola. Fla. Louis Leps, of Keyser, - The family will arrive in Lona- an d Thomas D. Leps, Palo Alto. coning tomorrow. Calif^ a nd.five grandchildren. Services vill be conducted tomorrow at 2 p. m. at the Strider Funeral Home here by Rev. Carlyie McDonald of the Presbyterian Church. Interment will be ; j in the Edge Hill Cemetery. Willison Services Services for Mrs. Estella A. IWillison, R7, who died yesterday 'at the Allegany County Infirma- |ry, will be conducted on Saturday • at 2 p. m. at the Scarpclli Funeral Home. j Rev. Archie Prcvatte, pastor o First Baptist Church, will offi 'ciate and interment will he in the JOOF Cemetery at Flintstone. The family will receive friend sat the funeral home from 2 until j : !4 p. m.. and 7 until 9 p. m. J Yonngcrman Rites Hundreds of persons regularly! FROSTBURG — Services for call this (rieiidly Aetna Finance Milton Youngerman, 72, of H6 manager to get S50 to S1500 tor:West Main Street, who died Tues- seasonal needs, new purchases!day in Miners Hospital, will be or other purposes. ;conducted tomorrow at 2 p. m. ;il Loans are made on signature i tlle }iafpr Funeral Home, or other plan. Everything! Rev - George L. Wehler. pastor arranged quickly, privately and- nf Saicm United Church of Christ, courteously. Employed persons,> l11 officiate and burial will be mi married or single, 'invited. Call ! - Froslh » r g Memorial Park. - ! PA 4-5300 or stop in at the Aetna Pallbearers will be Walter office, 48 N Centre St. i Loans close . Jack Hartig. William; over S300 made under Md. Indus- i Youngerman. George McCul-j trial Finance Act) ! lough, William SIuss and Allen t 'Rose. • i AT USUAL PRICE OF 3 PCS! JOHN LAUMAN JEWELRY STORE «t BALTIMOKE ST AGENTS FOR STIEFF STERLING BEDROOM with ANY INNERSPRING MATTRESS Extra Bonu$ FULL-SIZE Bed BLANKETS limit 2-poir per customer VALUES UP TO '239

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