Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 20, 1955 · Page 20
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 20

Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, October 20, 1955
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il^i '-f ^TWENTY EVENING TIMES, CU,MBEKUND, „ Ml)., ..THURSDAY, OCT011EK 20, l'J55, . . ' Dial PA-2-4COO for a WANT, AD ; Ttk»i |:k^r'; .-.•• ... ^lpGlven.To «' (Md-Jobs Man " MORGANTOWN, W. Va. Ifi-Po lice' gave a. lie detector test lo'a , 23'year-old window washer and one » time: mental hospital patient line .held-! a. 'middle-aged odd-jobs mar for questioning today in the knife slaying 'of Mrs. Susan Holdcn. The body of the 52-year-old \Ves Virginia University English in strubtor was found Tuesday morn .ing, . clad in mghtdothes and sprawled on her bed. She had boot stabbed in ihe breast, stomach and face, police said. She had not bcci sexually assaulted. Sheriff Clarence E. Johnson sail a lie detector test 'of the youiij JN'egro window washer was starlet at midnight. He has been held since. .Tuesday evening without charge. Authorities at Lakin State Hospital where he once was a pa lent .described the youth ns a "consti- tutionnl psychopath" charged with assault and robbery of an elderly parking lot attendant here in late . .1952. He was admitted to the hospital and never stood trial, however. .', The other man was picked up .last night. Sheriff Johnson iden i'. fied him only as a middle-aged person who lives in the vicinity • of the Holden's Suncrest Addition liome. and does odd jobs in the neighborhood. • The sheriff said results of the lie ; . detector test on the window washer would not be made public until •' later. "As far as the • circumslanlial evidence is concerned, at this point . in our investigation he is the logical suspect," Sheriff Johnson added Mrs. Holden's murder has shock. ed this university city of 25,000. She had been on the university staff since 1946. She and John Holden, a chemica engineer with the U.S. Department of Mines here, were married in 1950. They had no children. . Police, who said. Holden was on a business, trip in Alabama at ti time of the slaying, questioned him for several hours after his return yesterday. His examination of .11 ransacked house confirmed police suspicions that robbery was I! tno ive for the crime, Johnson salt FUNERAL FLOWERS Try JC nf\ Funeral Our WlUU Ba.k.I , BOPP'S FLOWERS t? N. Libsrty St. Ph. PA-J-4330 (Continued from Page 10) ' Ala , were conducted at , Zion Church of Christ, with burial in the church cemetery. A native of Moorelicld, she was a daughter of the lale Mr. and Mrs. George Cunningham. She is survived by two sons, George C. and Howard V. Jones: two sisters, Mrs. G. V. Olive and Mrs. Lloyd 1'ugh: two half-sisters, Miss Alice Cunningham, Cumberland; Mrs. Frances Cunningham Donahoe, Chicago, and a half : jrolher; Percy Heed Cunningham, New York. John J. Jluir John' J. Muir, 78, husband of .Mrs. Margaret E. (Trapp) Muir, 121 I'aca Street, died last night at his home. A native of l.onaconing, he was a son of the' late James and Mary Todd) Muir: He was a member of SS. Peter and Paul Church and .odge 271, Order of Moose. Besides his widow, he is survived by four daughters, Mrs. William Canning, Baltimore; Sirs. Philip Fecher, New Bern, N. C.; Mrs. Luke Mentzer, Reading, Pa., and Miss Angela T. Muir, at home; a sister, Miss Jean A. Muir, Baltimore: three sons, Charles S. Muir, stationed with the armed forces in Japan; James G. Muir, this city, and Jean A. Muir, at home; 21 grandchildren and 17 great grandchildren. The body will remain at the George Funeral Home where the rosary will be recited tomorrow at 8:15 p. m. The family requests that flowers >e omitted. Bradley T. Rice . MT. SAVAGE— Bradley Thomas Rice. 53. of here, died yesterday at Memorial Hospital, Cumberland. He had been a patient for the past five weeks. Mr. Rice, a former employe of the Ml. Savage Refractories, was a sexton of St. George Episcopal Church, and member of Council 15, Junior OUAM. • He was a son of the late George P. and Sarah (Reeser) Rice.. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Emily (Lotz) Rice; a son, Harry Rice, at home; a daughter, Cora Rice, at home; two brothers, Albert and William S. Rice, both of Mt. Savage, and two sisters, Mrs. Herbert Burns, Jit. Savage, and J!rs. William Madden, Akron. A requiem mass will be celebrated Saturday. at 2 p. m., at St. George Episcopal Church by Kev. G. Stanley Schwind; pastor. Interment will be in the parish cemetery. . , The body is at .the residence. Revival Continues Revival services at Wiley Ford Church of the Nazarcnc will- continue through Monday. The Rcim- ney N.Y.P.S. zone will take part in the service and provide a musical program. . Mrs. William Greenhorn PIEDMONT — Mrs. Daisy. E Greenhorn; wife of 'Villiam Green honvl East Harrison Street, dici yesterday at her home. ' She hac been in ill health lor. the. past two years, and bedfast, for 19- weeks A native of Great Cacapon, she was a daughter of the late Danie and Mary • (Largent) Aldcrton She was . a member ot Trinity Methodist' Church. , Besides her husband, she is'Stir vived by two daughters, Mrs Velma Sharon and Mrs. Kathryn Collette, at'liome; a son, Kdwart G. Greenhorn, Bristol, Pa.; a sis ter. Mrs. Hosa Braithwaitc, Cum norland; six grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. The body is -at .the residence where services will be conduclec on Saturday at 2 p.m., by Rev L. E. Crowson, Trinity Mcthodis Chruch, and Rev. E. W. Wolford Assembly of God Church, Western port. Interment will be in Philos Cemetery, Westernporl. Yokum Services Services for Riley Hess Yokum, iCrcsaplbwn merchant who diec Tuesday at Sacred Heart Hospital, will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p .m. at the George Funeral Home by Hev. Maurice D. Robertson, pastor of First Presbyterian Church. Interment will be in Frostburg Memorial Park where graveside Masonic services will be conducted by East. Gate Lodge 216, AF & AM. The family requests that flowers be omitted, and that donations be sent instead to the Cancer Fund. Truck Driver (Continued from Page 19) Ohio, to Lonaconing for deliver} to the Tach Fast Company there. " • ICC Works With Police • The ICC inquiry will be conducted by il. Chester Mitchell, chief of the commission's motor accident investigation branch, and Gasper Piovarchy.-ICC safety inspector stationed at Columbus, Ohio. The two will work with the Maryland State Police. The ICC men will be. concerned principally with pinpointing the exact cause of the smashup. ICC officials have been in conference here this week with representatives of the trucking industry and truck manufacturers who are attending the annual convention of the American . Trucking assns. The conferences have been chiefly concerned with development of some mechanism to prevent brake Failures or give some warning. to Lhe driver when a failure is imminent. Officials said, they expect the commission will shortly move _ to require additional safety cquip- •nent. Sileage juices leaking out of silo can reduce food values of the fodder by 10 per cent.. Glass Plant Units Listed At AVincliester RICHMOND, Va. UV-Plans for a 10 million dollar glass manufacturing plant in three units for the Winchester area were announced today by the head of an organiia- lion of independent glass distribu- ters. '-" . • ' • George A. Parks of Harrison- burj. president of the United State's Flat Glass Corp., said the first two units are under construction outside Winchester. The units, designed to produce 'sheet and plate glass by next spring, will, cost about 15 million dollars. A third unit, also in Frederick County, will manufacture rough rolled gloss and will cost about one million dollars. Parks made the disclosure in an interview with the Richmond News Leader. ,. • Parks said the corporation was formed by independent. glass distributors across the country. He said the distributors polled 'their resources to form the five million dollar concern chartered this week by the State Corporation Commission. Parks • said when the plant is completed it will employ about. 5,000. About GO per cent of the working force will -be recruited from Virginia. Riles Planned (Continued from Page 19) Church, of which he was a member. Rev. Walter Otto, ' pastor, will officiate and interment will be in Ihe church cemetery. The body was taken to the residence todav. He was a son of Ernest Asli and Amelie (Shrock) Rrenneman of Bittinger. Also surviving are his wife, the former Miss Virginia Ash; seven sisters, Mrs. ieona Beitzel, Bittinger: Mrs. Rhoda Miller and Mrs. Olive Puffenburg, Springs. Mrs. Ruth Headings, West. Liberty, -Ohio; Mrs. Arlene Zook, Greenwood, Del.: and Misses Miriam Brenneman, Accident, ant Lois Brenneman, Middleburg,"lnd. Other survivors are six brothers. iVilliam, of Meyersdale; Carl, o Oakland; Allen, Springs; Alvin, N'orristown, Pa.,- Elmer, Ronks, Pa., and Ernest Jr., Accident. Local Soldier Finishes Basic Training In Army Pvt. James P. Burke, son 01 Mr. ,ancl Mrs. S. P. Burke, 232 Columbia Street, has complclec lasic training at Fort Jackson, S. C. He has been transferred to Camp Gordon, Ga. A graduate of LaSalle High School, 'lie attended Potomac State College and graduated from Wesl Virginia University in June with a bachelor 'of science degree in business" administration.- Many Persons (Continued front Page 19) drove to Cumberland and notifiec police. Morrlsscy returned with Lt. Johnston and helped pull the bodies from the creek. Another equally serious accideni occurred on September C, 1952, when five men died in 'an early morning accident on the McMullen Highway, a few miles south ol Crcsaplown, This morning workmen continued to clear the • wreckage of yesterday's accident. Ab'out the only thing left was the bulldozer which was hurled into the front yard of Mr. and Mrs. James Straw. The machine was later removed. Following yesterday's cleanup project, 16 members of the LaVale Volunteer Fire Company hosed the highway down. Local Carpenter Injured At Plant William Berkey, 40, Somerset, Pa., was injured yesterday when ie fell 30 feet 'from a scaffold al the site .of the' new Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company plant at North Branch. Berkey is employed as a carpen- teY by Consolidated Engineering Company of Baltimore, general contractors for the project. He suffered a back injury but was reported in "good" condition this morning at Memorial Hospital. The name Michigan comes from an Indian Word Mishigamaw, meaning groat water. Symptoms of Distress Arising from STOMACH ULCERS DUETO EXCESS ACID QUICK RELIEF OR NO COST 1 ^k About 15-Day Trial Offer.' i Over five million packages or the WILLARD TKKATMEMT have been sold for relief of symptoms of distress arising from Stomach snri BuodEnal Ulcers due to Excess Acid- Poor Digestion, Soiir or Upset Stomach, Gns*In»f, Heartburn, Sleeplessness, etc.; due to Cxcejj Acid. Ask for " Wlllard'* Message" which fully ci plains this home treatment— tree— at Ford's Drug Stores, Inc. Kccch's Drug Store Maplcsiilc Pharmacy Rand's Cut .Rate • Walsh & McCagh • Pharmacy lotorisl Loses n Appeal Case A. jury 'in Circuit -Court tqday ound;Williani E. Kiddle 'guilty '.of cckless ' driving ; • after hearing estimohy'in his 'appeal from a $10 ne by Magistrate'. William. E. tougher of Crcsaptowii, • Chief Judge George Henderson, iio presided in the auxiliary court oom,. assessed' a $20 fine and osts against -Riddle. Assistant latc's Attorney James S. Getty resented' the stale's case. <Yoslburg Group (Continued from Page 19) '. her motorists to stop at the top jefore descending, to cheek their rakes and go into lower gears. It- is also suggested that police ficers in cruisers could be sta- oned on permanent around-the- ock assignment on both east and est Route 40, at the bottoms of u'lls near Cumberland and near Trostburg, to hand out tickets to uckcrs who come down in high ear, or sometimes 'in free-whcel- ng. It is also suggested that these oliccmen would be on duty to take ler and pass runaways, leading em into open fields or side roads, id giving whatever help is possi- e. -' American-made potato chips of 54 would .about fill the space oc- ipied by:'the Empire Slate build- Attention Master Masons Members of East Gait lodge No. 216,' and" other Master Masons, Masonic Temple, Friday, Qctobtr 21if, 1955 ot 1:15 P. M., for the • purpose of attending tha funeral of our [att Brother, Ril*y H«is Yokum. JOSEPH A. GROSS, Worshipful Master J. E. 7R1TT, ' ' ^ '. Stcrefory Auto Found On Lot Where It Wits Sloicii • J. C,' Kcnney, Braddock Farms usl night reported to City Pollc ils automobile had been stole 'roirrthe McKalg parking lot o Williams Street. . • " Officer Charles Cubbagc, who.ii vcsligalcd, sautthc auto was fount FROM SHADY LANE We are not sure of her address, but we are sure thai this woman knows "what's what". 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