Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 24, 1955 · Page 16
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Cumberland, Maryland
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Monday, October 24, 1955
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SIXTEEN EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., MONDAY, OCTOBER .24, .1955,,'__ Dial.I'A:2-4600.for a WANT, AD Wk«r Obituary • (Continued from Page 9) -at SS. Peter and Paul Church. In icrmcnt will be in the parish cemi tcry. The body is at the George Fur eral Home. The rosary will be recited at th funeral home tomorrow at 8:1 p! m. Joseph B. Bales 'Joseph Benjamin Bates, 69, hu: band of Mrs. Lucy (Gant) Bates 943 Glenwood Street, died at mid night at Memorial Hospital. H had been in ill hcallh for the pas several months. " He was a son of the late Joscpl and Emily (King) Bates. He wa employed by the Bennett Transfe Company 33 years, and late worked at Ihe Maryland Ronm.. He retired five years ago He was a member of the Mctho disc Church. vMr. Bates is survived by thre daughters, Mrs. Carl Taylor, thi city; Mrs. Karl Yearwood, Brook lyrt, and Miss Mary E. Bates Brooklyn; two sons, John Bates this city, and William Bates Brooklyn: a brother, Ernest Bates this city; 19 grandchildren an. five great-grandchildren. • The body is-at the residence. Services will be conducted to morrow at 2:30 p. m., in McKen dree Methodist Church by Re\ George T. Bell, pastor. Intcrmen will be. in Sumner Cemetery. James S. Amick 'ROMNEY-Jamcs Smith Amick 57, Woodside, N. Y., died.Saturda at his home there.. A native Romney, he was a son of the lat William Henry and Nannie (Pugh .'Amick. -.'• He is survived by four sisters Miss Alice Amick, Mrs. J. G •Ilouser, Miss Daisy Amick an Mrs. Lucy Sherman, all of Ne\ .York;, three brothers, Eugen Amick, New York; Rev. Dougla C. Amick,- Hazard, Ky., and Johi J. Amick, Winchester. Services were conducted this af lernoon at the Combs Funera /Home here by Rev. P. Car Adams, pastor of Romney Pres byterian Church. InleVment wa: in the Indian Mound Cemetery. Mrs. Edilh L. Taiulll- 'Mrs. Edith L. Tansill, 57, a for more resident, died Saturday in ; Baltimore hospital. She reside: at 432 Laing Avenue in Cumber .land. A native of Martinsburg, she wa a daughter of James H. Hipslei this city, and the iate Mrs. Alice B (Walters) Hipslcy. Besides her father, she is sur vived by a son,- Harold A. Tansill Durham, N. C., and brother, C •Raymond Hipsley, (his city. Tlie body will remain at the tScarpelli Funeral Home for ser vices tomorrow at 2 p. m., by Rev Frederick J. £ckert, pastor of St John's Lutheran Church. Interment will be in the Hillcrest Cemetery. Mrs. Catherine M. Miller GRANTSVILLE — Mrs. Catherine M. Miller, 76. widow of Clar. cnce C. Miller, died yesterday at the home of her son. Christian Miller, with whom she resided. A native of Cove, she was i daughter of Charles and Anna M '(Oster) Hanfl. She was a member of St. John's German Lutheran Church of Cove. She is survived by another son, Floyd Miller, Emmilsburg; three brothers, Peter Hanft, Woodland Wash.; Lewis Hanft, Salisbury Pa., and Adam A. Hanft, of here; a sister, Miss Mary Hanft, Shipley, Fla.; 13 grandchildren and 10 greal grandchildren. Services will be conducted Wednesday at 2 p. m., at St. John's Church by Rev. C. F. Dolphin Interment will be in the Grantsvillc Cemetery. -Pallbearers will be Daniel Klotz, Marshall Landis, Henry Patton, Herbert Layman. Raymond Leo- ciiel and James Edwards. ..-The body is at the Newman Funeral Home here. . . Mrs. Annie Albright PIEDMONT — Mrs. Annie Gertrude Albright, 89, a former resident, died early this morning at the'home of a daughter, Mrs. Paul Schilling, Newton, Mass. She was the widow of Lewis G. Albright. She is survived by another daughter, Mrs. Pauline Gocke, Arlington. Va. and six grandchildren. The body will arrive at the Fredlock Funera! Home here tomorrow evening. The body will be taken to Piedmont Trinity Meth- dist Church Wednesday at. 2:30 p: m., where services will be conducted at 3 p. m. by Rev. L. E. Growson. pastor. Inlc-mcnl will be in Philos Cemetery. Rheumatism-Arthritis NEURITIS—SCIATICA Relief from those torturing pains or no charge. An absolute proven remedy. Only one trip retired Disabled persons may send a friend. 45 South Mt. Vernon Ave . 500 ft. off Route 40, Unionlown, Pa. Office hours: Daily 10-6. Sunday .Iu-4. Permanently located — Advertisement. Andrews Services Services for John W. Andrews 77, of 412 Walnut Street, who diet Saturday at a Clarksburg hospita will be conducted tomorrow at i p.m. at the Kighl Funeral Home by Rev. Howard M. Amoss, pastoi of Centre Street Methodist Church and Rev. B. F. Hsrtman, pastor 01 Melvin Methodist Church. Inter lent will be in Rose Hill Cenv etery. Mrs. Effic Snngoulas FROSTBURG—Mrs. Effie San goulas, 92, died yesterday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Bessie Panbpoulos. Baltimore. She hai been in ill health for several years She was a native of Phclontra Messenis, Greece. She is survived by two othel daughters, Mrs. George Papas Sr. of here, .and Mrs. Anna Brumis Winthrop, Mass., and a number of grandchildren. Services will be conducted Wed ncsday at the Greek Orthodox Church, Baltimore. Interment.will be in the church cemetery. Mrs. Helen G. Johnson Mrs. Helen (Gadd) Johnson, 65 ot near New Salem. Pa., died Saturday in Uniontown (Pa.) Hospital. Survivors include a son, Gee Johnson, of Uniontown, a former resident of Bowling Green. The body is at the residence. Services will be conducted tomor row at'2:30 p. m. 1 at New Salem Presbyterian Church by Rev. Daniel C. Manson and interment will be in Salem View Cemetery. Criminologist Probes Death Of Instructor MORGANTOWN, W. Va. ffl-A Lansing, M i c h., criminologis delved into the knife slaying o 52-year-old Ms. Susan Hoden to day as Martin Wilson, a 23-year old Negro window, washer, re inained in custody for questioning Dr. LeMoyne Snyder' arrived in Morgantown last night and immediately went into conference with law enforcement officers who have oeen working on the case since Mrs. Holdcn's body was found las Tuesday morning. A West Virginia University Eng- .ish instructor, Mrs. Holden had jeen stabbed 30 times with a knife which authorities have described is relatively small and not very ;harp. The murder weapon still has not jecn, found. Dr. Snyder had. no comment on lis immediate plans as he began rork on his second West Virginia nurder case in the past few months. He assisted Clarksburg and Har- •ison County officers in their inves- igatioii into the double slaying of Irs. Frances Laughlin and her mrt-time maid. Mrs. Joan Bland, 'hat case remains unsolved. Police here • continued today to ook for still another man with vhom. Sheriff Clarence E. Johnson, las said, they would like very much to talk. Paper Price Boosted HAMILTON; ont. w — The libi Power i-Paper Co. has'in- creased the price of newsprint a ton, effective Nov. 1; the Hamil- .on Spectator said it was informed .oday. Parly Scheduled At Roller Rink A Halloween masquerade carnival will be held Thursday night t the State Armory roller rink. Prizes will be awarded for the best dressed and most comical costumes. A grand inarch will be icld at 9:30 p.m. -Thomas G. Gibson, manager of he rink, will present a season pass nd skates to the girl with the nost beautiful costume and selected by the skaters as the most popular skater. Vlial's In A Nnine? LOS ANGELES UV-Safety First ?as cited by a policeman Salur- lay on a charge of driving through red light. That's the 59-year-old motorist's name—Safety First. 6et The Best |-or Less... LESS THAH «/2< A TABLET Local Soldier In War Exercise FORT EUST1S, 'Va,—Army Pvt. ; James R. Stockman, son of Mr, and Mrs. Melvin L. Stockman, 209 Reynolds Street, Cumberland, Md., recently took part In a supply support combat exercise at Fort Euslls, Va. The exercise gave him training in the landing of troops and ma- .erials from 'transport ships to beaches. His unit, the lllh Trans- jortation Battalion, also practiced ising harbor facilities and protect- ng transport operations against enemy attack. Private Steckman, a former em- ploye' of Shipway's Motor Express, nc., arrived at Fort Eustis last November. Women's Rec Associatipii To Organize Recreation .Director, Robert; E, Pence announced today that (lie women's Recreation 'Association, sponsored by (he Recreation Department, will hold its, first meeting of ihe new season Wednesday evening in the 1 girls' gymnasium in Fort Hill High School. • Women qnd teenage'girls in the city are welcome to attend, Pence said. For the past several years the group has met each Wednesday evening from 7 to 9:30, October through March, and played basketball, volleyball.and Badminton. There are two gyms available and any sport activity any group wishes to engage in will be added to.the program. > Mrs. May Smith will be in charge of the first meeting. Officers will S5 be elected and a program planned. World's smallest deer is the pudu, native of South America. Cpl. Beimetl In Maneuvers FORT HOOD, Texas—Cpl. Vir gii R. Bennett, 19, whose wife, Catherine, lives hear Bedford, Pa., is scheduled to participate in Ex.' crcise Sage Brush, the largest joint at Army-Air Force, maneuver, since been world War. II. ' The two-month exercise will be sho 1 held in Louisiana starting in November. Some 110,000 Army troops will '"take part; testing the latest tail concepts. •• of • atomic, bacteriological, chemical and electronic warfare* Corporal Bennett, son'of Mrs. Daisy Bennett. 13 Laing Avenue, Cumberland, Md., is a member o! the 4tli Armored' Division's 510th Battalion, regularly stationed at Fort Hood, .Tex. He entered the Army in September, 1952, and was last stationed in Korea. Maryland Doctor Dies BALTIMORE W — Dr. Kenneth B. Boyd, prominent Baltimore gynecologist and obstetrician, died at today liis home yesterday after an illness of about a year. . WV Homecoming Queen To Appear On Allen's Shoiv l MORGANTOWN- 'Miss; Kristina Svcnsson, 1955 Homecoming Queen West Virginia University, has invited to appear on Steve Allen's coast-'.o-coast' television iw, "Tonight." '. Miss Svensscn will travel to New York as an emissary for-the re- merchants of Morgantbwn and the Morgantown Chamber of Commerce. . •; •' The .'program will be televised at'10:30 p. m. (EST) tomorrow! Miss Svensson will make Allen |[ honorary mayor of Morgantown. Market Edges Higher NEW.YORK'W-The slock market edged higher once more in quiet early trading today. Dewey Leaves Tokyo TOKYO MV- Thomas E. Dewey, former governor, of New. York, left for San Francisco via Honolulu—the last section of : a'world (rip. ': • • ' ' _ Pentagon Worker uitallv'Injured ' iteimiiiig Critical • Attaches "-at; Memorial Hospital WASHINGTON l/fl— John >E.' iValkcr, 42, native of York, ,Pu., lied. here yesterday of, injuries was ufferbd iii a two car crash Satur '"". ay in which three other persons head, vere Kurt, Walker, an Army Ordnance met- illurgist at the Pentagon, died of i fractured skull, after the car in vhich he was a passenger was ii collision witli another at 13th St. irid Missouri Ave. N.W. ' lliis afternoon said Walter' Whet- zclj 54, of 127-lliimbird Street,-remained in critical condition.' He admitted Friday night with a self-inflicted bullet wound of the Aged Count'Succumbs.. 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