Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 11, 1955 · Page 16
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 16

Cumberland, Maryland
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Tuesday, October 11, 1955
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Runaway Pair f.f&i' >JS; i'. "',«.•••;/ <••.''.'. r^i'<'-,, - •• • •«!_'.' '' : .('-'"«'.v;nn- .'i'-'.'.'. ••" v'.: am laken Obituary us i'- : ';-:iTwp''Montgomery.. County 'tee -. : a'gersywho were'picked up nc -.-, ..Grahtsville; on; September. 7 on - - flight fronf their.;home's, in'"an a -;: ..tempt'; to get married, arc in cu "'today again.-J' '.-''.. The pair, Douglas Dye, 17, a Donna : - Murray,. • hjs. 13-year-o .-.'sweetheart, are ..being held r - • juvenile detention facilities aft ; • they made an unsuccessful suici attempt last Friday near. Rda oke, Va. . 1 -. Judge Alfred D. Noyes of Mon . . .gom'ery County Juvenile Court sa ^ 'the pair will be put under ps „ ch'latric study. '•.-'•' -/'We're trying to work out som that will help them." Noy es yesterday sent two Juve . Court workers . to Lewis-Ga i ,-7^ispital' Roanoke where ' r-.'youngsters were, recovering fro M'USie poisoning. attempt.- ./ ' . •• i '"-.(The. children first .-fled on Sep ' « when. they broke away front Do <— - na's Silver • Spring . home arme |_ "ftith < shotgun and rifle. Marylan < 's-State Police arrested them the fo j~T5wirig day after their car ove . i~- turned .near Grantsville' ; oh " ___mpuntaih. . . • •. . •• . > -^The" second 'flight 'occurred o J September 30 after 'Noyes foun ', \ both youngsters guilty .of deli 1 qflent acts arid ordered them neve ! t<,° see one another again. Pareri f of both children .conferred., wii ;,2Sf)yes 'yesterday. . '.' • . : _ ' ' ' - '' . Carolina is the only stat the Union with . an even 1( BRfNG YOUR FILM WORK *RAHD'S ">4 Hwr Itrvlt. Wl IEU FILM OF AUKINM. br. lolHm«™ ml* C»lr> IH. TONITE HDRBT! HORBY! BEATTY •NO HH (WAHnC 3-RING CIRCUS SPILLANE NinttH! His tml His dirts! CINEMASCOPE (Continued froin Page 11) ; . James Morrlne.v James Morrlssey, '29, form resident, died last. night at I home in Trenton; N. J. .-. He was a son of Mrs. P. (Kocsak) ..Morrissey "and tlie la Joseph C. Morrissey. .. Besides his mother, he is:su .'ived by a sister; .Miss' Ma Elizabeth llorrissey, Pillsburg his' grandmother, Mrs. Elizabc Kocsak, Trenton,' N. J., and brother, George Morrissey, Tre ton, N. J. A requiem mass'Will be cc brated Thursday at 9 a. m. at S Stephen's Catholic Church in Trc ton'.'; Interment will be in t 1 church cemetery. . - Tfie body is at the Inglesl Funeral Home', 4.32 Hamilt Street, Trenton, N. J. 1 ' '. •••"' Mrs.'Agnes Barley : A reqiiiem high mass- will celebrated .-.for Mrs. Agnes Eliz beth Barley, 83,' a former, re dent who died Sunday; at the horn of; her-son, John.F. .Barley,' 540 Keefe Street, Pittsburgh, tomo row- at 9 a. m. at St. Patrick Catholic Church. Interment will in the church cemetery. .; She is survived by'a. daughtc Mrs. John Reed,: this city; fo other sons, Henry W. 'Barley, L Angeles; Joseph ;J. Barley) .Ridg ey;.Espy T. Barley, this city, an Richard A. Barley; Tucson, Arii wo brothers,;' Joseph . Lchma , Ohio, and James .T_-eHma Norfolk'; three sisters, Mrs. Frai and Mrs. Rose Lihdcr, bo of .this city,! and 'Mrs..'Norma Logsdon, Baltimore, -, arid foil grandchildren. The . Catholic Daughters America arid Sacred Heart Ho pita) Auxiliary; will recite, the f6 ary'at the George Funeral Hoh oday at, 7; p, ^m. The £hristia Mothers'wiU also recite, the rosar at .the. funeral home at 7:30 p. m Pallbearers. will be- Charles Shotting, Michael .Kenny, Samii I. Brown, Richard W.' Pratt, Fe linand Preaskorn arid James "\ Vard.' '.'• •• ' ... .. ;• Dempiey Services .WESTERNPORT —. A requiei nass will be^celebrated -Thursdi :t 9 a. m. in St, : Peter's Cathol !hurch for Joseph DeSales Dem; cy, 51, who died yesterday at;h mile,' 167 Church Street. Re lharles H. Qjiirin,' assistant pasto (ill. officiate, and interment wi • in St: Gabriel's Cemetery, Ba; on. •-.-• Emerick Services Services for" Mrs. Rose Ma Jmerick, 37, wife of'-William ( Emerick, 232.. North '-'Median! treet, who 'died-'yesterday a Sacred Heart Hospital, v will b qnductcd Thursday at'2;p. rh. a le Hafer Funeral- Home by Re\ . F. Hartman, pastor of Fairviei lethodist Church... Jnterment wi ! in Hillcrest Burial Park. ' Mrs. Hester Morton MIDLAND. - Mrs:' -Hester W [orton, 83, widow 'o'f Gauvin Mor ton, of here, died yesterday at Min ers Hospital, Frostburg. She hai 9:00 [pOTOMAC Z£? -k Drive-In * CRYSTAL DRIVE IN HEART-STOPPING Action! SantaFe JOHN PAYNE Ftm ' n DOMER6UE-CAMERON T^6 Bridges ;;.:'.:, : '* : (Contlm|«i'from'Page/il) Alpin.conitructlon engineer of lh< Weit VlrglnU;SBC;'; : .ir?-.- >:- : '- 'I The Kitzmlllcr bridge plaque was unveiled by .Miss Alm» Kay Propst, 16,, of Kitzmllleiv.with Gov, Me- Keldin prciiding' »t i the ribbon- cutting ceremony; been a patient at the'hospital; tor the past two weeks.'..;.. ^; ; .- , : .,.;k ;v She was a daughter of the jit* ;cob and" Louise (Humbtrtion) Winters, and the last surviving member of her immediate 'family.' She is survived by two daugh ters, Mrs. . Gerald Anderson,' p here, andI Mrs. Everett Jones, Cash fl . oni ;,yi'<;j3 e j t ; C 6un1y town to Valley, and-ajran, Marshall Mor- B lainerW.'Va.,'and cost *3il,!»i: toi., of here. .-.- . Both this.bridge and the one here Services will be conducted are joint:projects of West Virginia Thursday' at 3:30 p. m., .at the arid .Maryland. The Kitzmiller Durst Funeral Home by John bridge .] replacesi ah old,-wooden, Huha, member of the Jehovah Wit- nee. Interment will be in Frost burg; Memorial Park. ' Pallbearers will : be ..Melvin -Mor tori,' Albert Sigler, .Lynn Sires Charles -Taylor, • 'Allan Robertson arid.Garmdn Rohiertson. -'. .; Austin G. Harvey Austin G. Harvey, 70, a native of Elk Garden, -W^VaVdled' terday at his. home in Philadelphia He was a son of the late .William arid Rosa (Brady) Harvey: He had lived in Philadelphia for 'the pas 50 years, and retired several years ago .from a'.Wcstirighouse. plan there.; ''''. .' .' . ' Surviving are his widow, .Mrs Ldiiise'. (Faller) '.-- Harvey; .two daughters' and a sister,! Mrs. Ger ;rude McKane, Piedmont. .The Body is 'at the Cook Furierai Home, . Baltimore, '.where services will be conducted .tomorrow" afternoon. -.''.-', Adams Services FROSTBURG — Services .for George H. (Casey), A'dams, 79, -,o: Carlos,- who died .Sunday 1 at : Memorial Hospital, Cumberland, will be conducted tomorrow at 2:p.-'m. at/the Durst - Funeral . Home by Rey. Adam E. Gfirhm. intefhienl will be in the Frostburg 'Memorial Park,. '"'"• Palibeafers will be -Joseph Fatkin, Janies. Stevenson, : .George Adams, William' 'Adams; William tevenson" and James Spear. :: Perdew Services'. Services . for Mrs: Ida Maude :kirby) Perdew, 69,'.wife of A.' G. Perdesv, .33 .Virginia Avenue, .who died 'yesterday at her home, will ic conducted tomorrow at 2 p. rn. at the. Scarpelli .Funeral Hoiiie _by icv-.\ Frederick, J. . Eckert, pastor of St.' John's llulheran Church. ntcrment will be in Philos Cerne- ery. In i AVeslernpor'tl . Pallbearers' will be Albert Hook, DeCoursey Roth, Frank R. Hiner "i-., Wilsori : Couter, William Light and Eugene Kelley. " ' ' Burns Services A.requiein high mass will be celebrated for Joseph . K. Burns, 46, of- 1237 Webb Street, Detroit, vho died Sunday at his home, on 'hursday at 9 a. m. at SS. Peter ,nd Paul'. Catholic Church. Interment -will be 'in the church eeme- ery. ;,".-''. •' " ... • A native of Cumberland, he'was son of the late James and Hariet (Kcenari) Burns. He. was a lember of the Visitation. Catholic hurch of Detroit, and was. em- loyed-in plant protection of the Jurroughs; Manufacturing. Corn- any 'of Detroit. He formerly own- d and 'operated Burns Tavern in Vesternport for a 'number of ears .and moved to Detroit in 952. He was a veteran of World Har II. .... - - , Surviving are' his widow, Mrs. dith (Bobo) Burns; two brothers,' ames H. ' Burns, and William A. urns, both of this city. . and a ister, Mrs. Frank Driver, Balti- iore. ••'•''• " • The body Is : at the George Fu- eral Home. " ' • Joseph Heger MAYSVILLE-Joseph Heger, .70, ied Sunday a( the Newton Baker eterans Center, Martinsburg. A retired contractor, he- was a on of .the late Joseph and Kathrine (Driscoll) Heger. He was. a member of the Immaculate Con- eption Church of Jenkinstown, a. He was a veteran of World Var. I, and member 61 the Grant \merican Legion Post. lie is survived by a ,, daughter lr^. Josephine Reel, -Maysville; wo sisters,! Miss Ella Hcger" and liss Nan Heger, both of Noble, "a.; a brother. James L. Heger, 'ittsburgh, and six grandchildren. Services will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p. m. at the Thrush Funeral home. Hiige Bay Guanabara Bay, on which Rio de. Janeiro, capital. of .Brazil, is located, is.'large enough to hold the ships of all the.navies of the world. ' :A : luncheon at Kitziniller Fire disband their. company, in a'dispute 0^11 ,.n-....-j iti. -^_-i.-_f.. over , the.. handling of ppcralihi Hall followed the ceremonies. CMI The • kitzmiller : bridge crosses council.. „..; one-lane 1 span 'constructed in 1884. They i set, Oct.' ; 17 as the .deadline for .settlement.;, ,.v.. /' •'..: ;.'; The'center-of;the controversy,is a measure, approved by city. iiffi- cia'ls last:week, requiring fire company officers to clear the purchase of equipment arid repair parts with It has a.28-foot roadway with 1,200 ai'council.representative in.the fire feet of %ap'p'roiches in Maryland deparimeht. , : •... . t . .. , : ' and 650 feet in West Virginia. In addition there are two sidewalks fire company, said his'men' fee] for pedestrians' use between the this .would 'restrict thcrn unneces- two towns. The bridge and- approaches were'built by George F. Hazelwood 1 Corhpany, this city. - Gunter Presides Cumberland's .ceremonies this afternoon included music by the Fort Hill High School;Band.. .Attorney dda"y, he'a'ddedT 7 sarily'.. Equipment must be checked and repaired. immediately after each fire so it will always be ready for the I'riext. alarm, .he said. : Waiting -for approval x>f a purchase order, could mean a costly William - A; Giinter; •• former state senator from : Allegany County.Ayas master of ceremonies. : Welcoming remarks were, made by Mayor. Roy \V. Eves who i introduced Col.. F. Egerton Powell; chairman of the local Bicentennial celebration, and members of-the Cumberland Council. ' ;..•'.'• - r Brief remarks were made by Mayor Charles H. Fryer of Ridgeley; State^Senator, Charles M. See R cs ,iiudd'By. Jury - . of Allegany...County; McCam.and -"•• • ' * -'•• • O'Neale, and-.McAlpih. . -The $419,1.60 ,Cu!hberland-Ridge- ley.. bridge /crossing today was a technical, one since, work on the Ridgeley.'approach: was delayed when the West Virgin'ia.SRC rejected first- bids-arid- readvertised for blacktop, surfacing, ....... .. ..The.bridge was completed some time ago. Some sidewalk, sloping and.seeding remain; pri the.Mary- land approach..-., ^ .. ,': . 'Governor McKeldin again. delivered .ihe. principal' address ..and officiated > at the ribbon. cutting. ' All members. of' the Maryland Stale:Roads.Commission attended and an open house was held at the new .SRC district headquarters on Braddock Road. ., ... Two-Span Arch The : new. Cumberland - Ridgeley bridge replaces the. old iron and wooden : .plank ."Blue. Bridge" ..on Johnson Street which was built in 1903. The new span lacks an official' name but suggestions are inder study by the SRCs of both states. . ' The Cumberland-Ridgeley bridge is a two-span arch' structure with !56 feet, in each span or a total of 112 length. It.has a twd- ane, 28-foot'roadway with a five- 'oot sidewalk on,each side. The Maryland approach is .08 of '.mile in length arid constructed of nine inches of 1 reinforced concrete with'a two-inch'bituminous conc/ete wearing course. The' West Virginia approach .is 175.feet with; a nine-inch stone base »nd six inches of blacktop wearing :POCOMOkE CITY''Md untcer firemen have threatened to ' funds' provided by. the mayor . Earl Towriscnd./.president of the The failure-of city officials tc appear at a fire house meeting resulted in the passage, of a resolution in which.the Sp-man fire company Voted to.disb'ahd.-bct."17 uh; less .agreement is reached by then on the procedure for ordering arid repairing equipment. ..... Gambling Law Probe TOWSON,. Md...ifl - A special grand jury .investigation.''^ gambling-law; enforcement in Baltimbre County, was'.resumed today .after the jurors heard from three police chiefs:, •' •''- ' ^ . : ' '.'. '.': : The chiefs, who went- before the Jury' yesterday,-, were- Col.' Elnier F. Murishower of the'State Police, James ; M'.; Hepbron of Baltimore -ity and Hahiiitori'-R. Atkinson of Baltimore County: . ' Three county patrolmen arid Al- jert Sehlsledt Jr.,. rewrite .man for The Baltimore''Suii, also were called yesterday.,.- .- As many, as 1,000 . monks are housed in: some lamasaries of Tibet. - . LLEGHAN DRIVE-I NJ »OUTES 135 and 210, ' Vl Mill N. W. of K.yur TONITE "A BULLET FOR JOEY" Alto News'& Cartoon key, .7i:ye»r i: old -candltUte, for the pinehu'fit 'Avenue In the, ipuUiweit Republican norhuution to the U.S. wctioh of Salisbury when his 'car Senate was' reported., In 'fair con- collided at SmitK street with an ' dition today,', recovering -from 'in- electricii juries suffered in a,traffic collision truck" here yesterday.,; :V .:.• '•"-''v: i ';-;.V.' Markcy, a retired Army general, underwent two,hours of surgery for i in juries listed as severe liccr- ations of the face and ear. He also had contusions'. of - the right hip and lumbar-.region. '.-':/"•• The;' Hospital. said a complete diagnosis of his injuries had hot been, made but. his condition was '.'generally satisfactory." - -"'.V Salisbury police announced Markey would be charged with failing to stop at, a stop sigh and yield the Tight'twbjv'' •'-' ••'•' '•-••-'' - " ••'•'"'' contractor's delivery /.Smith is a; through' north-south street; with Its traffic protected at con^mon ick, '' Ktr.j i i-n\ l > Tlic Driver "bf^thifg aker, 20-year-old soh'b. ontractor Stanley Baker. »uffere4 Contusions but was not in.seriouE JANE RUSSELL : WANTS'^OU Of Injuries BALTIMORE ifl — .Mrs.' Jariies William .Wirisor, 21-yeaf-oid bride] of 10 days, lay injured on a Hag'ers- town, Md., street for half an hour last week after an automobile ac- lirfent. ' r /.•"-- ••'":.V i ;^'.-.'- ; ;--'' Ari ambulance crew finally: ar- _ rived, explaining it • had just re-lj turned from a false alarm. 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