Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 28, 1955 · Page 12
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 12

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, October 28, 1955
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•-<•-.'.TWELVE. MNU T!MK8, •'CUMBERLAND, Ml)., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1955 DM PA-2-4600 for a WAwi' ADJTakv Crash tal To One; 1|wo Injiired ^Vehicle Hits Tree &Aftcr Outrunning'.^Pursuing Officers J30WIE, Mil. i* — One man was killed and two others were injured today when their pickup 'truck smacked into'a tree near Bowie minutes after it outran a pursuing Obi t it em* f policeman. Dead on arrival Georges County General Hospital iiTCIieverly was Joseph Leonard (Continued from Page. 11) bf years; and' later operated 'a farm in the Limestone urea. . Besides his widow, Jie is survived by six daughter's, Mrs. Anna Cufr pett and Mrs'.' Ida Davidson..both of Kcyser: Mrs.'Josephine Raines, Pittsburgh; Mrs:.-Elizabeth Freeman, Dawson Springs,. Ky,; Mrs. Frances Mosser, Atlantic, Ga.,-'and Mrs. Hilda Garfetl, Rochester, Minn., and a son, Lawrence Wip- iPcl, stationed with the/Navy at San (Diego, Calif. .-•-.• 1 nncc A r(! q u j cm mass w ill be .celebral- Jewell,. 21. the Bowie. cd Monday at 9 a. m. at tlii; Catho- Church of Rev. driver of near K C ,, nc th Rizer, pastor.' Interment His younger brother, William E. Jewell, 19, was in critical condition at, the hospital with a fractured skull and internal injuries. William F.-, Johnson, 19, of Lanham, suffered bruises and lacerations. County Patrolman Charles Williams reported he had seen the vehicle going through Hyaltsville early today at a high speed. He gave, chase but even though he hit ., he said, the truck eluded ,er it crashed him. "About 10 minutes lad . into- the tree. Cumberland Soldier IVomoted By Army .FORT KOBBE, 'Canal Zone- Denny I,. Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs..Charles W. Martin. 611 North Jvlecltanic Street, Cumberland, M3.-, recently was promoted to private first class while serving with the_23rd Infantry Division at Fort Kobbe, Canal Zone. gegularly assigned as a wire- man in the 33rd. Regiment's Hcad- quSrlers Company. P/c Martin was last stationed at Fort Jackson, S. C."»He entered the Army in July,- igqj. and received basic training at'Camp Cordon, Ga. will be in St. Thomas Cemetery ere. The body will be at the Markwood Funeral Home after noon to- norrow. . Mrs. Jane Fair MIDIiAND-Mrs. Jane Fair, 73, widow of Francis Fair; died last night al her home here. She was a daughter 'of the'late Mr. and .Mrs. Michael Ready. Mrs. Fair 'was a member of St. Joseph's Catholic Church and the Sodality of the parish. . Surviving are four sons, James. Francis and Aloysius Fair, all of Midland.. and Paul Fair, Frostburg: five daughters, Miss Elizabeth Fair, at home: Mrs.'John Cessna, Mrs. Percy Miller and Mrs. Elmer Robertson, all of Midland, and Mrs. Joseph Wilson, Baltimore: four sisters, Misses Mary and Lenore Ready, Mrs. Joseph Mattiugly and Mrs. Catherine Robinson, all of Cumberland, and 16 grandchildren. The body is at the residence whe'fe the Sodality will recite the rosary at 8 p.m.-.Sunday. A requiem mass will' be celebrated Monday at 9:30 a.m: at St. Jos- Siispect * (Continued from Page 11) spotted black smoke about 3 p. m. anjjj investigated. Seeing that the house was afire, they attempted to*phone the area fire company buk telephone lines in the vicinity of the burning building were down. Tjiey met Forest Warden William Slider in the woods and told him of fjie fire. He in turn radioed the Warrior Mountain fire tower. The fir$ warning was relayed by telephone to Central Fire Ilead- qujfrtcrs in Cumberland, which called District 16 firemen to the scene. Chief White added that the fire- me'n were further handicapped because part of the fire equipment \vaj called about 1:30 lo Mexico Farms area to combat a grass fire which was threatening heavy machinery stored along the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad right of way. . House told authorities his wife . waS in Cumberland at a homemakers' meeting at the time of the fire and that his youngest boy, Duane House, 8, was in Oldtown School. . He reporled that several gasoline cans which he kept to refuel his- school bus had been .stored that when he and firemen arrived during the lire the cans were lying near the burning dwelling. House also noted that the dwelling was partially covered by insurance, estimating the loss of furnishings and other equipment at about $5,000 and the buildings and school bus at $5,000 more. . Mis.'Margie-I.. 'Jones PAli'SONS-Mrs. 'Margie Lucille Jones, 47,'of Aurora, died Wedncs- day'»in a local physician's office. • A-i:alive of .Hamblclon. she was a-daughter of Hie laic D. C. and Jlllan'.-'trJiiniirq) Anvil. .. | She is survived by her husband, Collas Jones; 'a- daughter, Sirs. Betty Smith, Akron; two brothers, John B.'arid Bruce Auvil. both f 'arsons; three sis'.:rs, Mrs. Marie Kisiier, Mrs. Madeline Adams, loth of St. George, and Mrs. Myrtle Conic")', Akron. Services will be conducted to- mon-ow al 2 'p.m. al Milestone Methodist Church by'Rev. Howard McNeil,' pastor, and Rev. C. IB. Davis, former pastor. Interment will be tery- eph's Church by Buckley, pastor. Hev. John J and interment will be" in Belvedere Cemetery. Yanczich Services Services for Pete Yanczich, 72,. in '.he Limestone; Ceme- Elwooil Ravenscrofl ' r KEYSL'H — Elwood' Isaac Rav- cnscroft, 44, husband of .Mrs. Frances Helena (Markle) RavenS' croft, of here, died Wednesday at Potomac Valley Hospital. ' : He had aecn a patient since Monday. Mr. Kavenscroft became ill Monday while at work in the fi&O shop ere. •, '.. • '..-•.' A native of "Keyser. he was a son of Robert and Maude'(VanMeter) Havehscroft. He was : member of the Brotherhood of Railway- Carmen of America. Besides hisi widow and parents, he is two daughters, Mrs. David .Vignoul, Clarksburg; God.otid Cln'isl 'by Kldcr Major Tr: ;.in, • Un'sntrnvh.- .Interment will IK in Thorn Rose Cemetery. The body is ut.the.residence. Mrs. Kuyiiiimd Vouiikcr ' 'Mrs. Helen K. Younker. 48, wife 0f Raymond'. Youhkcr, RD 2, \V11- iamspqrt, died yesterday at Me- norial''ilospilal'here. She was admitted lo the hospital last Fd- lay, and had been in ill health -for he past five years. . A native- of Artemas, Pa., she vns a daughter of David Smith and ho late-'Mrs. Olive (Shipways) Smith. She was a member of the Williamsport Methodist -Church.' Besides her husband and father, ie is survived '-by a daughter, rs. Edwin Decker, RD 2, this city; a brother) Herman R. Smith, \Vardsfordburg, and a sister, Mrs. lolin Koontz, Clearville. Pa. The body is at the Hater Funeral ilome where services will be con- lucted Sunday at 2 p. ni., followed )y.,inolher service at'3 p. iri. at the ?airvie\y Christian Church by Rev. Cornelius Davis, pastor of tiie Second Baptist Church. Interment will be in the church cemetery. • Mrs. Lulu L. Moore Mrs. Lulu L. Moore, 84, widow of Harry A. Moore, died yesterday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. William P. Copeland, 4214 Harford Terrace, Baltimore. A native of Bruccton Mills, W. Va., she':was a d ughter of the late James and Sarah .(-Wolfe) Benson. She resided ,al 407 Broadway here until five years ago. Besides her daughter, she is survived by a son, James H Moore, this city; a. sister, Mrs. ami Miss Sandra Havenscroft, at dren. home; four/sons, Ronald, Gary Roger and David Raveiiscroft, al. at home; .three brothers,' Carleton Rovenscroft,. Keyser; Lester Ravenscroft, Grafton; and-Cecil Hav- enscroft,. Baltimore; two sisters Mrs. •'Margaret. Lee, Keyser,• and Mrs. Evelyn Davis, Detroit, and_a grandson. Services will be. conducted to morrow at -11 a.m. in the Waxier Methodist Church by Rev. Haro P. Light Jr. Interment will be ir Queen's Point Cemetery: formerly of 111 Maple Street, who The body is at the Rogers Fu died Tuesday al, the Allegany County Infirmary, will be conducted tomorrow at 9 a. m. at St. Patrick's Catholic Church. Interment will be in St. Mary's Cemetery. The body is at the Scarpclli Funeral Home. Pallbearers will be Charles' II. Cartwright, William Davis. Inability Hattie Hewitt, Keyser; four grandchildren and 10 great' gr'andch'il- Thc body is' at the Hafer Funeral Home where services will be .con ducted 1 p. m. by Rev, Samuel A: High, pastor of the Loch Raven Boulevard Baptis Church in-'Baltimore: IntermenI will be'irrHillcrest,-Burial Park. : The family requests that flowers be omitted. Named To Office Joseph M. County agent. Steger. Allegany hay been namec Ammo Vessel Launching Set Mail Ketunis Part Of Forged Check Moneys BAI/I'IMORE «V-The Suribachi, le first of a .mm type ot.ammuni. on ship built for the Nayyj will e launched here next Wednesday t Bethlehem-Sparrows Point Ship ard. '••-.•.... .;.."•-. Mrs. Lemuel C. .Shepherd Jr., 'ifc of the commandant of the larihe Corps, will do the honor's 'ith the champagne bottle and ecrelary'of Navy Thomas 'is chedulod to take part in the fes- vities. The 512-foot ship will carry 7,500 oils' of cargo and is equipped with pecial elevator* for lifting am- nunition from the hold to the deck, vlicre it can be handled to ships long botli sides. In normal serv- ce she will have a complement of 0 officers and 330 enlisted men. "(Continued from Page 11). hey don't grab your money,when •ou're buying something. jThe seople really show a lot of appre- n'ation around here, George said. George said the girls at Allegany always gang around him, and that IB can't wait until he is able to aik.with them. FOR SALE 36'x56' Cement Block Building in Cresaptown Gas heat. Suitable for a small business. Phone PA- 2-37.43 or' inquire Calvary Baptist parsonage oh Me- Mullen Highway, Creiap- town. WILMINGTON, Del. I* — Horace . Clement', wh.o-pleud.ed guilty to orging checks against'the $29,000,WO estate, of' John Jacob naskob, old New Castle County Superior 'ourt yesterday, he had returned 335,000. He added that he hoped pay back $150,000 more in six lonths. • Judge Daniel L. Herrmann post- oncd sentence until Nov. 3 to give Ilement's attorney, John J.Deluca, ime to produce affidavits proving he restitution. - - .' Clenicnt, 58. former confidential ecretary to'Raskob. pleaded, guilty ept. 23 to forging checks totalling 31,075 against funds of the estate, iaskob .was an executive of General Motors and E.' I. du Pont de Nemours and Co.,-Inc. Clement was assistant secretary nd - treasurer of . the Delzona Corp., which had been set up to Kindle the huge Raskob estate for lie heirs after-Raskob died in 1950. Frank L. Carey, secretary and reasurer of Dclzona, said that aft- Outstanding Opportuiuty Hcu'i your chanc* lo own your own profitable buiiruu at . a WESTERN AUIO ASSOCIATE STORE DEALER! • You'll rilail nolionolly occflpiflo 1 , popular linn of aura tup- plies, home .appliancei, bicyclei, radioi, TV, iporting go'adi, tooli, etc. Merchandit*-delivered, by our own company . operated delivery (erviee from our newly located, Butler, Pennsylvania, ' Wholesale House. No retail experience necessary . . . . we train you Minimum cash capital of 58,500 needed. See, write, or phone: D. W. BROWN WESTERN AUTO SUPPLY COMPANY IUTIER, PENNSYLVANIA PHONE: 72721 Or Don Ciolli 470 W. BOWfRY ST. AKRON, OHIO Dorey E. Henderson, Joseph Schaidt, Charles Whctzel. R. Jones and Gabriel Conrad neral Home. - Mrs. Florence Rolls KEYSER — Mrs. .Florence Bea trice Rolls, 57, died yesterday her home, 40B Hidge Street. She had been in ill health for the pas' several weeks. A native of Keyser, she was a daughter -of the late James H. and (Florence' Belle (Washington! Gilmore'. She was a member of the Church of God and Christ. She is-survived-by her lulsband, Henry J. Rolls; a son", Lester Rolls, secretary-treasurer of the lUary land County Agents. Association. lo.wa has 8,522 miles of railroad.I Ruptured $ SAVE $ SAVE $ ALL TOYS See Our Ad In Sunday's Paper For Big News 18 N. Centre St. The body is at the Schacffer Funeral Home, .Inlni Anthony MIDLAND - John Anthony, former resident, died October 21 at his home in Baltimore. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Afjncs (Andrews) Anthony; two sons. John and Tim Anthony, both of Baltimore, and a daughter; Miss Anna Anthony. \ •en and several nieces and neph- ws. • . . Services, will be conducted Sun- lay at 2 p. in. at the Church of PETERSBURG — Gabriel. Con-iKcyser: a sister, Mrs. Laura Phil- rad 84, of here, died yesterday atllips. Piedmont; three Potomac Valley Hospital in Key- ••-•• ••-•' ' - : -— --•' —'• scr. He was admitted lo Ihe hospital on Monday. He was a son of the late Philip and Harriet (Malcolm) Conrad. His wife. Mrs. Cora (Landis) Conrad, died in 1051. He.,is survived, by four'daugh- ters,' Mrs. Minnie Kimble' arid Mrs. Laura Shrove, both of Keyser: Mrs. Nellie Bergdoll. Cnmber- la'nd, and Mrs. Annie Nelson; Petersburg: six sons, Carl, Philip, Glenn, Charles and Denver Conrad, all of Petersburg, and Em- metl Conrad, Baltimore: a-sister. Mrs. Minnie Van.Meler. ' Green Sprinp. and a brother. Isaac Con- U YM CuttMDn't P«l«r A»lfc«t Par— I lot now it c«n b« ecwtrolUd f with FiKiloB and Cwforl I in «T»fy noimal d^f »d night «cUritr. Hand's CU1 BALT.MOKE AND RATB CENTRE STS. SALVATION HEALING MEETING For ALL People of ALL Churches FRIDAY NIGHT GOD HEALS TODAY See! Hear! America's Leading Youth Evangelist FRED JENSEN SIGNS • WONDERS • MIRACLES REVIVAL CENTER 125 N. Mechanic St. Pastor Raymond Jones AND an audit of lire corporation's oks in June 1954, liq obtained tcmcnt from Clement admitting unauthorized withdrawals of iskob funds totalling $1,000,000. ese withdrawals, (lie court was d, began 10 years, before Rasa's death. Dcluca asked Judge Herrman are Clement a jail term, Riiskob's widow, .Mrs.. Helena S.;' .a Corcb'raii.' had 'sighed a statement; last April liiat sho,wotild hold/die-. incut "harmless" if he made r«?s- litiition: ".'••''.••• But Deputy Ally. -Gen. Frank O'Donnell said this agreement applied only to a civil suit lor' re- lo covery of tho money, : nol to the and said criminal charge of forgery'. Attention Radio « TV Service Men and Electronic Buyers * * REDUCED The ALTOONA TV Supply, Inc. 1100 E. 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