Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 23, 1955 · Page 2
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Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, November 23, 1955
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TWO. EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MO, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker Duke Greets Elizabeth Taylor Actress Elizabeth Taylor curtsies as she is greeted by the Duke of Edinburgh at the premier of "Cockleshell Heroes" in-the:. •Empire" ; Theatre. London. Beside Miss Taylor is her husband, Michael Wilding; and- at his right,- : actress. Jackie Lane whose plunging neckline gown drew critical comment from the London press (AP Photofax) Obituary .'. (Continued from ?age.l3) . Mr. Rodecap was a member.of Zion Methodist" Church; Potomac Lodge 100, AF.& AM;,the.Cumber- land Consistory; Ali Ghan Temple, AAONMS; the Bedford Road Volun .teer Fire Company and was a past noble grand and District Deputy Grand Master'. of. Chosen: Friends Lodge 34; IOOF. '. Surviving, ' t besires his widow, are two; sons, Raymond K. Rodecap, Akron, and Paul E. Rodecap, Chillicothe, .Ohio; a daughter, Mrs. Randolph Sansom, Chillicothe: a half-brother, Frank Sowers, Danville, four grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. '. The body will remain .at'; the Kight Funeral Home .where Chosen Friends Lodge will conduct ritualistic rites at 7:30 p. m. fomorrow. . Services. will be conducted Friday at 2 p. rri. at. Zioh Church by Rev. Arden Beck^ pastor, and interment will be in Zion Memorial .Burial Park where graveside services will be conducted by Potomac Lodge 100. . Mrs. Daisy D. Smith Mrs; Daisy .D. Smith, 82, of 113 North Centre Street, was' pro- : nounced dead on arrival yesterday at Sacred ..Heart Hospital where she was taken after collapsing oii North Liberty Street. . .'Dr. H. V. Deming, deputy county medical examiner, said death was due to heart condition. Born in'Union County,. Pa., she was a daughter of the late James and Caroline (Osbornc^ Thatcher. Mrs. Smith was a member of First Church of Christ, Scientist. The body is at the Stein Funeral Home where scryiccs will be conducted Friday at 2 p. m. Monroe Harris will be the. reader and interment will be in Rose Hill Cemetery. Thurslon F. Grapes . Thurslon Floyd Grapes, 61, .of 437 South Street, died yesterday in Memorial Hospital where he had been a patient six weeks. Born at Augusta/ W. Vs.. a son of the late James E. and Virginia (Sowers) Grapes, he had resided here since 1917. A painter, Mr. Grapes was a member of the Brotherhood of Painters, Decorators and Papc'rhangers of America. He also held membership in First Brethren Church. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Gertrude V. Grapes; a son, Master Sgt. Francis R. Grapes, at McGuire Air Force Base, N. Ji; three brothers, Erward Grapes, Augusta; McKinlcy Grapes, JID ], Ridgeley, and Robert Grapes, Bedford Road; two sisters. Mrs. Howard Griffith, Edgcwood, and Mrs. Claras Caporossi, this city;. his stepmother, Mrs. Stella Grapes, city; a stepson, Russell Grapes, Hagerstown, and a grandson. The body is at the residence. Services will be conducted Saturday at 2 p. m. at First Brethren Church by Re7. L. 0. McCartney- smith, pnstor, and Rev. H. W. Peters, pastor of Old Furnace Brethren Church. Interment will be in Tearcoat Brethren Church Cemetery near Augusta. The average U." S. dentist has a net income of $11,000 a year. /OR *IG AND time for PEOPLE Who WORK A Specialized Loan Service $25, $100, $200 up to $1200 G«t. money to pay all your bills at onco. Spread repayment over a number of months. If needed, the money will be ready in one day. /• if, l» M»it r)««, pA*M tnt At North Ctnfr* St. ' Kalhy M, Strawderman . . Kathy . Mae; Strawderman, five- months-old. -'daughter of Brownie and Dorothy. :• (Myers) Strawderman, Wiley Ford, died Monday in Johns Hopkins Hospital, Balti" . . Surviving, besides the .parents, are" "t\vo- sisters, ''; Wilma Rae and Do'hria Rae Strawcierman, both at home; the paternal grandparents, Mr. and .Mrs. Robert. Strawderman,. .Wiley. .IJord,. and maternal grandparents, Mrs. Russell Bbyd, Winchester Road, and George R. Myers, address unknown. The body is:at the home of Mrs. Walter Lloyd. Holland Avenue, Wiley Ford..- Services will be conducted at 2 p. in. tomorrow at the Wiley 'Ford . Church of the Brethren by Rev. Allen Pugh, pastor. .'Interment- will .he in -Abe Cemetery near Old Furnace Road. Stanley E. Boyer : FAIRMONT— Stanley E. Boycr, 74,, died Monday in Fairmont General Hospital where he had been admitted 'after suffering a heart attack at the home of 1 a son, Carter Boyer. . Born at Oakland, .Md.', a son ofj the late- Samuel -/-Ej/Vand .Etta; (Hinebaiigh-)-. Boyer, :lje'..)iad resided here "since -iSObf^A. retired tile setter, -.he ; -was preceded -in death by his wife, Mrs. 'Jearinctte' (Anderson) Boyer..- - . Vehicle Tags . - - . .o (Continued Irom Page 13). When Ihe'car owner, resides outside. an incorporated town the entire amount goesi'to the county. ]n Garrett County there was a slight increase in "licenses issued in 3!)55 as compared to W54. The current licenses numbered 4,6411 as compared to 4,515 in 1054. The value of the license rose from $61,697 in 1954 to $62,641' in the current year. .,, The Garrett Counly treasurer sent $45,1)29 to the state. The state in turn sent back ?4,45B and $41,-! 473. Congregation Will Pray For Israel Beth Jacob Congregation wil dedicate a service Friday, at. £ p. m. to prayer for Israel, accord ng to Rabbi Leon J. Yogad, who said vthe program is .being held in accordance with a proclamation bj the Synagogue/Council -o£ ; America Rabbi Yagod will officiate am Seorge Ossip will read a resolu Jon.drawn the Rabbinica Dodies of Orthodox, Conservativ and. Reformed Jewry of America calling for aid to Israel. Junior services will be conductec Saturday at 10:30 a. m. by Pau Ossip, Jerry Kauffman. and .Bar bara Ossip, Rabbi Yagod said. Four Schools ('Continued from. Page-13) first appearance along with the senior-band. The -Camper football queen wil. crowned during ,the program tonight in the-indoors Oach Lester. She is Miss Shirley Morgan, a senior. Her attendants will be Patsy McGee. a senior; Sandra 1-Iatfield, junior: Carol Ransom sophomore, and Salley Runion reshman. . .;Talks will be given by McCul- Augti, Coach Lester. Assistan Cpaclr'- Jack Gable, • Clifton Van Roby; f Robert E. Pence, "former coach,.and James Hosack, former assistant coach. Tomorrow ah Indian scene made )y Don Paye, Charles Smith anc 'crry Shelton, all of Allegany wil erected on the press box at the st'rdium. Handiest Locations in PITTSBURGH! Police Arrest Pair' Robbing Sniilh Sliows Two men have been lodged in the City Jail for (he theft of some 100 pounds of copper wire, 12 to 15 car radiators, IS to 24. batteries! and several gallons of carnival j paint from George C. Smith of i Smith's Shows, Lafayette A venue, j Police Detective Lt. James E Van said Hie pair were apprehend ed yesterday. The robbery was re ported on November 2, Van said, i Meanwhile, Van said, he and' Detective Thomas Sec are invesli-j gating the theft of some $200 worth i of metal sometime Sunday fronij the American Irons and Metal lompany, rear of 300 Queen Street In the heart ol the Golden Triangle • 400 outside rooms • bath • television •AlrConditionini)-/ITVctn/K: 7-6970 Hotel Pittsburgher MOTEL Opposite Greater Pittsburgh Airport •56 air-conditioned rooms • Ulo bath • television • private phone Courtosy car to and Irom mots! A/.t/itnl J.5IM . JOS.F. DUODY. GEN.MGR.. it pays to shop at warhaft's . .. for • KIRSCH RODS • DRAPERY FABRICS • SLIP COVERS • CARPETS S 79 North Centre St. Your COMPLETE Beauty Service . At Lower Than Budget Prices Visit Our Modern Beauty Clinic . ' . : 10:00 A. M. to S:00 : P. M. : ; for appointment phone M*A 4-2180 TRI-STATE BEAUTY ACADEMY 114 Virginia Avenue Cumberland, Cumberland PA 2-4900 PUBLIC LOAN CORPORATION Cut out this ad as your reminder JOIN THE LIBERTY TRUST CHRISTMAS CLUB NOW! Deposit Weekly $ .50 1.00 .....' 2.00 » 3.00 .... 5.00 10.00 Receive in 50 Weeks ....... $25. 50. 100. .- 150. ..' 250. 500. The Liberty Trust Company CUMBERLAND LONACONING Member F. D. I, C. Member Fed. Res. System Marooned Tower Visitors Rescued Mail Suffers GroinWound A 32-year-old .Mineral County, W. Va.. man is in Potomac Valley Hosiptal, Keyser, for treatment of a gunshot wound'in the groin, allegedly inflicted by his father-in- law. Attaches reported the patient, Thomas Aronhalt, who resides on U.S.'.Route 50 at the foot of Allegheny ;Front, in "satisfactory condition. 1 .' West Virginia State Trooper Charles Oliver, who is investigat- ^ ing, said Aronhalt apparently was an Aleutian Indian who skippers wounded by the blast from ^ weapon wielded, by his father-in-law, Noyman Via;' Aronhalt, however, 'told Trooper Oliver 'he had no idea who shot him. Via, on' the other hand, informed ' the state trooper he had wounded his son-in-law, but refused :o discuss the incident any further. Trooper. Oliver said Aronhalt was shot in the groin at the Via residence, near Hartmansville at the top of Allegheny Front, where his wife and. children reportedly were BOSTON «V-A tired but-happy group of 37 men who were stranded by storms on a man-made island Tor -five days, arrived in Bos- Ion today after .a daring tugboat skipper rescued them in heavy seas and a strong wind. With the 37 who were marooned since last Thursday on the Texas tower 110 miles off Cape Cod are 15 workers who will be on Thanksgiving-leaves or whose jobs are completed on the tower. The nervy seamanship was on! the part of Capt. Patrick Carlough, the tug El Sol. He held the 174-foot tug almost under a'corner of the great plat- 1 form of the Texas tower for an hour and a half-in the face of 25- foot waves, the wrong tide and strong wind". He had only two hours of daylight left in which to complete the transfer of men • from. the tower to the tug in a huge basket swung by a crane. The Texas tower — so named be- MINEOLA, N.Y. Wi—Mrs. Ann Woodward is expected to go before a special session of the Nassau County grand jury Friday to tell how she killed her millionaire sportsman husband with a shotgun blast. •."' . Her lawyer,-Murray Gurfein of New York City, says the;39-year- old widow will exercise .-her.-; right to testify^ before the grand jury about the killing of her husband, William Woodward Jr. The Duchess of Windsor may be a .witness before the jury. Mrs. Woodward has told author- ities'that she shot into a dark hallway of her home at a noise she thought'was caused by r a prowler,. Her 35-year-old husband, who was at the door of his bedroom across at the-time.'Aronhalt, it was re-cause it resembles an oil-drilling ported,, drove.-himself to the hospital after being wounded. The shooting is '-the second to liave taken place in Mineral County in a 7,2-hour period, a 52-year : old woman, Mrs. Margie M. Green, haying had an arm amputated after .being-struck by pellets from a weapon her husband, 'Robert E. Green, was cleaning Saturday night. . . ' ..'. : To Change Name •- f: The telephone .company will, get a new : name. as"oa*New Year's gift, according to; 'C.': Walter,-Haschert, local manager: of the- C&P Telephone Company ;6f Baltimore City. The new name; will be the Chesapeake and' Potqinac. Telephone.,of Maryla'nd, .Haschert said. rig — is the first of a chain of radar stations .to be set out along the coast. TWO PATTERNS VARNISH TILE BLOCKS WALLPAPER 60c Double Roll (Reg. *1.00) WEBSTER'S 414 N. Centre St. Mrs. Woodivard Faces Grand Jury the hall, was hit in the head and died almost instantly. :'.'. To appear before the grand jury Mrs. Woodward must waive im muriity—meaning that anything she says could be used against her in any possible prosecution. The state is -not calling" Mrs Woodward a's a witness,- which would be an unusual procedure. County authorities,, who have questioned the widow in detail have not challenged her. story tha the shooting was a tragic accident Check Teacher Absentees EAST ST. LOUIS, 111. 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