Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 17, 1955 · Page 29
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iiwl AJD '.Ci BiillisPrep Goach Kills Holdup Man Hugh Hendrix Shoots Robber From Window Of Room Near School - SILVER SPRING, Md. IP-Hugh Ralph Hendrix, 33, football coacr at;.Bullis Prep School here, shot and killed a would be holdup mar early today. Albert W. Brown. 34, Negro, was • shot in the head and died at Suburban Hospital, Bethesda. • Montgomery County police 'said Brown and two other men. still at large, were attempting a robbery in a parking lot at. the rear of . the school. ; Intended victim of the holdup was Charles Kenny, Negro, the school's cook. Police gave this ver- . sion of the shooting: ; .Shortly before 6 a.m., Hendrix. v.'hose second-floor room is located ,..,; immediately above the parking lot, "• heard a car drive onto the lot and ;~. stop. . . .... \~ r He heard a voice demand: "Give ~f- me your money," and the Cook's reply, "Go away." •» The coach took . * caliber automatic Obituary/ Continued from Page 17) ionic; two sisters, Miss Coral Me- ,*obie, Oakland, and Mrs. Clara A'ittig, Hyattsville, and four jrothers. Gordon and William Me- Pensinger Burial Services for Mrs. Jennie Pensinger, native of Allegany County who died yesterday at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Lottie .{obie. both of Oakland: AustinJMay, Clearville, Pa., will be con- HcRobie, Laurel, and Walter Me- ducted Saturday at 11 a. m. at {obie, Arlington, Va. jPiney Plains Church. Major Elmer The bodv is at the residence!Wall of Richmond. Va., former .-here services will be conducted!™ mman ! er ,°/ U *; loc ?L? a , lvation .omorrow at 2 p. m. Michael Carney, pastor of St. by RevJA™}' Citadel, will officiate, as sisted by Capt. Daniel K. Biggs, Peter's Catholic Church. Inter- commander of the local Citadel nent will be in Oakland Cemetery. f" d , R ^ Br " cre ^' Pn "' pas !; orTof Mrs. Howard Burkett i park place Methodist Church. In- Mrs. Esther Estelle Burkett, 74,i terment w511 be in pine >" plains vife of Howard Burkelt. 308 North; Cemetery. Mate Slayer Facing Jail Term Or Fine Manslaughter Count Returned By Jury Against War Bride KINGWOOD, W. Va. (.?. — Mrs. Odette Rodeheaver, 28 - year - old French war bride, will be sentenced today or tomorrow for involuntary manslaughter in the rifle slaying of her husband, a former soldier. A jury found the petite brunette guilty of manslaughter iate yester- Man Killed When Struck By Train At Thurmont THURMONT, Md. Us—A 43-year- old man was'killed on the eastern edge of this Frederick County town last night when struck byva West- BAGT1MORE Lfl — fhe U. S. N'avy's sitit to try to force Donald H. Jacobs to surrender properties, plans and drawings used in developing an electronic bomb sight system was to continue" in Federal Court today. ern Maryland Railway passenger train. The victim was identified as William Cover Yingling, 'who lived near the scene. State Police quoted Engineer Jesse M. Clem of Hagerstown as saying he saw Yingling sitting on the tracks when the train rounded a" curve. He said he was unable to stop in time.- Mechanic Street, died yesterday; The body is at the Right Funerallday after deliberating almost four n Memorial Hospital following an ! Home. llness of a year. William L. House Born in Waynesburg. Va., she; William Lee House, 64, husband vas a daughter of the late Benja-jof Mrs. Nettie M. (Twigg) House, min and Susan (Potts) Pogue. Mrs. 482 Goethe Street, died yesterday Burkett was a member of Central Jin a veterans hospital at Saginaw. Assembly of God Church. jMich., where he had been a patient Surviving, besides her husbandj several months, are three sons, Irvin W. and Clar-j .4?native of this city, he was.a ence E. Burkett, both of Corrigan-json of the late William and Maude alle, and George F. Burkett, Bal-jV. (Hinkle) House. He was a rnem- imore; eight daughters, Mrs. Her-jber of the Methodist Church, a man Starkey, this city; Mrs. Sam-!veteran of World War I, a member uel Bridges anc Mrs. Daniel Bridg-jof the VFW and was employed as es, both of Claysburg, Pa.; Mrs.ja tube builder at the Kelly-Spring- loaded 22' Henrv Geteon . Mrs. Leonard Con- Oeld Tire Company. hours. Circuit Judge Melvin C.Sny- der said he would sentence her "within two days." The conviction carries a penalty in County jail, fine set by the target pistol from a dresser drawer, returned to the window and fired four shots. One shot hit Brown.'The two oth- <r .men fled. •.••••-. .•H .*!*£•'• .>iH,w;\ Annual Soroptimisr BENEFIT DANCE COMPLETE SELLOUT! Sorry—No more reservations ner, Mrs. Walter Bridges and Mrs. Richard Perdew, all of Corrigan- Besides his widow, he is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Marjr ville, and Mrs. Virgil Hartsock, land Allan, Flint, Mich., a brother, Baltimore, 44 grandchildren and 35 great-grandchildren. The body is at the residence where services will be conducted Saturday at 2 p. m. by Rev. Frank Fratto, pastor of Central Assembly Church. Interment will be in Porter Cemetery near Ellerslie. . Hyde Services Services for Herbert C. Hyde, 77, I who died yesterday in Sylvan Re- available. No tickets will be | treat, will, be ..conducted tomorrow sold or the night. door on Friday DRIVE IN ^ at 2 p. m. at the Kight Funeral Home, by Rev. 'Adam E. Grim, pastor of Grace Methodist Church. Interment will be in Rose Hill Cemetery^ Survivors, include . two lialf- brothers, .~W.' C. Hyde, this city, and H. F. Hyde, Uniohtown, Pa. Erven House, Corriganville, and a grandson. The body will be ; at • the' Kight Funeral Home. ' Arzie Moore . Arzie Moore, 72, of 418 Central Avenue, died yesterday in Memorial Hospital. He was a son of the late John and Sarah J. (Martin). Moore. The body is at the Lucas Funeral Home, Carmichael, Pa., where .services will be conducted Saturday. . Interment will be in Greene .. County Memorial Park, Waynesburg, Pa. court, or both. Mrs. Rodeheaver was free today on Sl.OOO bond. She was indicted in the death last June of 35-year-old Stanley Rodeheaver at their rural ' home about 20 miles north of Kingwood. The petite brunette broke into sobs after defense attorney Doyne Halbritter corhpleted i final arguments to the jury. Crowds Attracted As the three-day trial — which drew capacity crowds — neared close, Prosecuting Attorney James Dailey characterized the defendant as a woman whose cool actions showed TWO GREAT HITS! LAST TIMES TODAY! "Hurricane Siiiifh"! "CROSS WINDS" Starts Tomorrow — Triple Feature First Showing In Cumberland! WMIN CRIMSON HAIRj AND SCARLET UPS THB MISSISSIPPI ROCK HUDSON-WHINE DAHL Another Great Embassy Triple Feature! Roby Resigns Continued from Page 17) ed games in Raleigh, College P.ark, Morgantown, Lexington, Washington, Pittsburgh (including three Steel Bowl appearances) 'and important Duquesne home engagements, and the annual West Virginia collegiate tournament at Buckhannon. His- work has been praised by such-coaches as Dr. Cliff Carlson, former Pitt mentor; D u d i e Moore," of Duquesne; "Sleepy" Glenn, "Dyke" Raese, Johnny Brickels, Lee Patto'h. and "Red" Brown; of West; Virginia, and many others. Sports Announcer More recently, too, Roby has had success as a radio and television sports announcer. It is his hope, he said today, to remain in close contact with sports if at all possible, but there-is a chance he will engage in a-line'of work that will make it necessary for him to drop officiating . •••V.'i . :Roby explained that he made his decision to leave the "Y" with considerable "reluctance." "It is a move that I've had in mind for a long period," he added, "and was not an easy decision to make because I've really enjoyed my close association with youth and air the other fine folks interested in sports. I'm greatly appreciative of the fine cooperation I've received, from my, associates at the 'Y,' as well as that given by the many, many other persons who have sponsored teams in leagues and tournaments, and coaches who have participated in our clinics and talked at our dinners. It has been a. wonderful experience arid one I'll 'never forget." Dispute Over Bomb Sight Continues In Court Parts of the palmyra palm are employed for more than ?00 uses. The Navy Bureau of Ordnance cancelled a contract it held, with Jacobs' electronics research and development firm in Bethesda in July, 1953. The Navy said it did not feel Jacobs was producing satisfactory results. .!. Jacobs says he expects to show The Romans ruled Gaul 1 for 500 years, .till driven out in 450 A. D jPledged To Fraternity Herbert Gaither of 627 Columbia Avenue, has been pledged by the! Dickinson College Cliapter of Alpha! Chi Rho. Gaither is a graduate of Allegany High School and entered Dickinson this fall as a freshman. I a mind "motivated by hatred" rather than one "filled with fear." * "What is self defense?" Dailey asked the jury- "It's acting under an immediate and 'right now', situation, not after you've gone away arid gone outside, and after a lapse of time. There was no self defense in this case." Halbritter, quoting the Golden Rule with a Bible in his hand, characterized Mrs. Rodeheaver as a city girl from Lyons, France, who came "from a land far away" to a strange farm life. "She came to us as a stranger in a lonely land," he said, "and the case of state against Odette Rodeheaver began' that day.'This is hot the case as it would have been if it had been your daughter. Her case is unique." Dailey said it was inconceivable that Mrs. Rodeheaver did not know her husband was dead until the next morning, as she testified, especially since the body was covered with a quilt that night in her presence. Wife Assault Cited Halbritter dwelled on the rundown condition of the Rodeheaver home and - said Rodeheaver was only fined $5 recently when arrested for assault' on his wife. Halbritter said he was defending her without pay. , v The Rodeheavers' were married in Odette's home town in 1945, while Rodeheaver was in the U.S. Army, -..- ... 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