Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 18, 1955 · Page 12
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 12

Cumberland, Maryland
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Tuesday, October 18, 1955
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TWELVE Fund Theft Trial Enters Second Day BALTIMORE Wi — Trial of a suit for damages by members of a credit union who had $395,000 of their savings embezzled and arc trying lo get them back from the U.S. government went into its sec ond day today. EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD- TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for. WANT ADJTakti ;- Psychiatrist Will Testify In POW's Misconduct Trial, "FT. MEADE. Md. W - A military court martial is scheduled lo rule today whether Maj.' Konald E. Alley may be removed from the couit room while a psychiatrist testifies about him. Alley. Bar Harbor, Maine. Armyj officer, is being tried on charges The credit union was composediof misconduct while a prisoner of ol employes of the Social Sccnrily|wnr in Korea. . Administration office in Baltimore. The psychiatrist. Dr. Bernard Mrs. Naomi Kingrosc, nead of the credit union, was sentenced in 1953 Glueck Sr., said he felt some of his testimony might be disturbing $5,000 for embezzling (lie 5395,000. The credit union, like others in private industry, is chartered by CICult UillUll, \vuo in i-juu j]^ mniilliuiij mi^m u^ utan" "infa, to five years in prison and fined ( 0 the defendant. Dr. Glueck said' he is convinced Alley is seriously vulnerable emotionally. Alley is charged with cooperatpliviuk: luuuan.v, 10 vimi ii-n-u "j t\uvy to ^uai^vu ...m vww the federal government, which isiing in enemy propaganda pro- responsible, for .'inditing its books, grams while a prisoner and with The Social Security employes giving the Chinese Communists in- charge the government auditors formation and asking other Amcr- werc negligent. iican prisoners to do the same. for your kind of furniture.., Shop and Save at E. V. Coyle's i HARVEST of FURNITURE VALUES Obituary — -—! — ~-~— — ~ -~ * (Continued from I'age.ll) Michell Street, Detroit. She had been in ill health tor the past month. She was a daughter of (he late Hubert and Rosy (Skidmore) Lay- mo n. ' * ^ Besides her husband, she is survived by two sons, Jamci and Paul James, at home; two daughters, Sandra and Janet James, both at ramc; four sisters, Mrs. Vcnona Ware, Midlothian; Mrs. Hilda ja, Detroit; Mrs. Mae Croston, ofman, and Mrs. Vivian Wine- hrenner, Shaft, and three brothers, James, Matthew and William Layan all of Detroit. Services will be conducted Fri- ay in Detroit. John L'. Short FROSTBURG— John L. Short, 71, of 240 West Mechanic Street, died asl night at his home, ie is survived by his widow, p s Elizabeth (Dclhrook) Short; wo daughters, Mrs. Ivan White, ialtimore, and Miss Norm'a Lee lorl, at home; three sons, Richard and Clifton Short, both of Bal- imore, and Paul Short, at home; wo sisters, Mrs. . Grace Stevens, ^rostburg, and Mrs. John House, Salisbury, and a brother, William lort, Cumberland. The body is at the Hafer Funeral Home. . Jonas Cooper ELKINS — Services for Jonas Cooper, 70, who died last Friday his home here, were conducted mday at the F. E. Runner Funer- Home. Interment was in Israel Cemetery. A native of Harman;- he was a son of the late Job and Frances lelhodist Church by Rev. Frank itz. Interment will ' be in the iiurch cemetery. 'The body will remain at the Me- <ee Funeral Home in .Augusta. Van Mclcr Services PETERSBURG — Services for Irs. Beryl Van Meter, 83. who ied Saturday 'at her home in laysville, will be conducted to- norrow at 2 p. m. at the Ma>s- ille Gospel Church by Rev. L. R. Rogers, pastor, and Rev. Donald loses, pastor of the Assembly of od Church. Interment will be in 10 Maysville Cemetery. The body is at the residence. Twigg Services Services for William Twigg, 81, f North Branch, who died 'Monday n Memorial Hospital, will be con- ucted Thursday at 2 p. m.,. at )avis Memorial Methodist Church, Oldtown, by Rev. Karl L. Crowe, astor. Interment will be in the hurch cemetery. Pallbearers will be Boyd Garand, Delvin C. Gainer, Asa Fresh nd James Shank. The body is at the home of his tep-daughter, Mrs. Orville Howell, North Branch. Rail Official Death Victim Wilbert D. Hospelhorn, 57, divi- ion traffic manager for the West- rn Maryland Railway Company, died yesterday in Sacved Heart fospital. He had been a patient for he past week. A native of Emmitsburg, he was Organ BALTIMORE W lingers probed a [oday in an 1.182 tor centered by the spotlight \va investigation of t slaying of a nu fcndant. These were th velopmenls: 1. Baltimore C lice, who have fringe, reported move full-scale i tion ol the mu Adams, garrolec trial on a humbc timore. County, in a raid on wha as a six millioi operation. County police, ned lie detector I persons 'close -U Turner Station 1> 2. The Baltimo Jury, ordered t investigate gamb work today with stnictions. Chief Centrum advisee terday that whe probe, he had m tion of "profess! 3. South of the del County, a ne charged to "inv forccment in ore determine for yc citizens of our c ganized crime h the county. . ." 4. The Baltim which has in re attention lo gan police protection iar— conditions i cnntc hfiarri a r Organized Crime Police Target In Baltimore Area § fc^ SPECIAL LOW PRICES ON - Living Room Suites. .. Bedroom Suites ... Living Room Chairs... Lamps... Tables ... Dinette Sets... Rugs... ^ Carpets... Mattresses... Gas & Ranges... Sofa Beds... Wardrobes . . . Blankets ... and if scores of items for your Home. E. V. Coyle's 45 Baltimore St. ed employe of the West Virginia ate Road Commission. rle is survived by his widow, rs. Jonas Cooper; two sons, Ger1: and Burley A. Cooper, both Elkins; a sister, Miss Mollie toper, Cumberland, and three andciiildren. Airs. Susan Godlove WARDENSVILLE-Services for ment in 1921 in that city. He lived rs. Susan R. Godlove, 83', widov Wallace W. Godlove, who died nday at the home of her daugh r, Mrs. Milton Spilman, Pikes le, Md., were conducted this af rnobn at St. Peter's Lutheran lurch here. Interment was in the ardensville Cemetery. A native of \Varde~nsville, slit as a daughter of the late. Oscar d Margaret (Murray) White. Besides her daughter, she is sur ved by five other daughters, Mrs erlrude Thurmond, Jackson, Ga. rs. Lucille Davis, Alexandria a.; Mrs. Eva Dugan, Phocniz •h.; Mrs. Kathleen McFarland d Miss Edith Godlove, at home; son, Solon Godlove, Winchester; sister, Mrs. Annie Sisler, War nsviile; six grandchildren am o great grandchildren. Isaac Simmons ROMNEY—Isaac Simmons, 82 ed yesterday at his home here. A native of Pendleton County, he is a son of the late Daniel ant ary Simmons. He resided in impshire County most of his life Ffe is survived by a sister, Mrs lude Cupp, Winchester. Services will be conducted to irrow at 2 p. m., at the Ml. Zion IVecd More Income? A Large N. Y. Bank that has paid dividends over 60 years. Income 4% to4V2% Consult Frank R.Blaul 72 Pershing St. Cumberland, Md. it- t\- Stale and city police,arc sup- fhigers probed at organized crime posedly ready to take a full part " n the Adams slayliig investigation jecausc high-ranking officials be- ievc the killing has ramifications vhich go beyond county lines. TIJ date,- Baltimore' County au- horilies have not asked for help. iigered on the .were set to i the invest! «r of John I. while awaiting meanwhile, plan- Negro. Vlary (Shumaker) Hospelhorn. He vas the husband of Mrs. Catherine Nusscar) Hospelhorn, 613 Sedg- vick Street. Mr. Hospelhorn began his service with the railway company in 918 in Hagerstown as a stenog- •apher. He entered the traffic depart- Grand Jury, spots, heard a report from State's Ally. Ans'elm Sodaro. He told them of plans to improve conditions along "Tiie Block," a conglomeration of taverns and strip-tease joints on East Baltimore St. 5. The city's new racket squad raided what police believe to have been headquarters for a SlO,000-a- John E. slate's-attorney, has said he be- ever, believe Adams WM tho vte, licvcs the.motive wa's either "re- Urn of a sangland eNccuUon,Some , venge, sex or robbery." One thou- have expressed the belief- that sand dollars Adams was known to killers were imported "^'leneo carrying was missing when his Adams from uncovering the dentU trussed up, garroted body was ty of the higher-ups backup llw... found Saturday in ,a thicket off Turner Station numbers on U.S. 40, cast of the city. Police working 1 the case, how. an operation which extended,into ' ;he' city. LOOK FOR A LETTER FROM Itll bring you ycrar only chance this year to get LIFE regularly at a special moneysaving rate! COMING TOMORROW n Cumberland from August 1,1932 inlil January 1, 1933 as traffic height agent. Then he was moved :o New York City, where he was named coal agent until 1936 when IB was appointed commercial 'reight agent. He held this post until 1953 when he.was transferred to Elkins, W. Va. in the same capacity and then returned to Cumberland on July 1, 955. He was -a member of St. John's Lutheran Church, Hagers- own, and BPO Elks of Elkins. Mr. Hospelhorn also belonged to :he Tri-State Traffic Club here and he New York Traffic Club. The body will be at the Kight Funeral Home here until tomorrow morning when it will be taken lo he Coffman Funeral Home in Hag irstown where a service will be leld ,on Thursday at 2 p. m. Interment will be in the Kest laven Burial Park in that city. Besides bis wife, Mr. Hospelhorn s survived by a daughter. Mrs. Jane H. Toro, Falls Church, Va. md a brother, John D. Hospelhorn, Jaltimorc. FURNITURE CO EXPANDING! THE SITE OF THE FORMER CUMBERLAND LAUNDRY CO, AT 22-24 N. MECHANIC ST, WILL BE CITY'S NEW HOME! Motorist Suffers Two Fractured Legs In Wreck A Leesburg, Va.. motorist sustained two fractured legs Saturday night in a three-car accident on West Virginia Route 259 near Gore, Va. Taken to a hospital in Winchester was Donald Fisher, who had both legs broken as a result of the mishap. He was parked along the highway when a car driven by Clement Wayne IloWiday, of Gote, rammed into the vehicle. West Virginia State Police Trooper James L. Martin said that Holliday apparently lost control of his car or fell asleep at the wheel. A third car, driven by Herbert H. Kump, of High View, W. Va. traveling north, was also involved in the accident. $100°° Trade-In -J Big 12.5 cu.ft. 1955 Westinghouse Automatic Defrosting Refrigerator 339 439.95 .95 Regular NOW ONLY with your old refrigerator Chapman Takes Charge Of Baltimore Police HAGEKSTOWN IJB — Edward J. Chapman, 57, lias been appointed chief special agent in 'charge of all Western Maryland Railway Police, the railroad announced yesterday. Chapman, who has been with the Western .Maryland' since 1922, in recent years has headed the railway police at Hagerstown. Oldest Pupil ALBUQUERQUE W)-Alburquerque claims the oldest elementary school student in New Mexico. She is Mrc, Teresa .Rodriguez, 23, of Mexico City. She wants to learn English so she can study beauty culture. .She's taking her classes at Coronado School. IT'S EASIER TO MOVE FURNITURE TO YOUR HOME THAN TO THE NEW STORE WHILE UNDER CONSTRUCTION! IF IT TAKES PRICE TO DO THE JOB ... HERE'S YOUR CHANGE! CPOT.CASH ^^T THE TRICK AT ™ ™ IT'S TAILOR MADE FOR YOUR ECONOMY! ^*«B City A DEPOSIT HOLDS YOUR SELECTION! SPECIAL DEALS FOR "SPOT CASH" Group of GOSSIP BENCHES WAINUT « IIMID OAK - WAS J "° Now $14.88 Group VANITY LAMPS «.N* ,« H - w« *.« Now $2,99 Morley Innerspring MATTRESS «"H «.«•!«« FOAM «m« - WAS HM NOW $28,00 Pull Up CHAIRS 4 NEW MOD " N cotoRS ~ WM M - 95 Now $15,88 Compare this with refrigerators costing $50 to $80 more ; . . this is real value! Ample space for even the largest of families. New Push-Button' De- frostmg — defrosts automatically at the push of a button . . . BO fast frozen foods stay safely, firmly frozen. ' LIMITED QUANTITY;.; Pric« Hib|«ct to, chong*! >f« Copotlfy * Bonn BoUlt Spec. • <*">' M-WMth Hw*ldraw*r* Egg and lottto Sh*lvM-in-Deor 6 GREAT DAYS! OCT. 17-22 MONDAY thru SATURDAY ORIGINAL GET 2 FOR THE PRICE OF PLUS A PENNY! REAL VALUES FOR "SPOT CASH" 53 PC. Sel of China WAS 26,50 Now $15,88 7 Way Floor Lamp IVO « Y - BRONZE BASE '" WAS ».« Now $7.88 25 PC Aluminum Canister Set IM '°r/' em Now $14,88 EXTRA DEALS FOR "SPOT CASH" 2 PC, Living Room Suite WAS 2Z9.30 , CONVERTS INTO SOFABED Now $128.00 Group of Bookcases IN MAHOGANY—GtASS DOCKS Now $34.88 Platform Rockers IN NYioi <- 3 WAS 69.90 Now $44.00 STE R LI N C EL ECTR 1C Co, JOO N. C«ntr« HfMt PA-2.4SOO FORD'S DRUGSTORES Cumberland and Froitburf HUNDREDS OF OTHER ITEMS SPECIALLY PRICED! FURNITURE CO. 38 N. Mechanic St. DIAL PA 2-0370

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