Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on May 22, 1957 · Page 13
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FOURTEEN EVENING TIMES, CUMnERLAND, MD.. WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 1957 O b i t i i « r y (Continued from Page 13) killed in a mine accident ycstcr- laud burial will bo in the Granls-,Cnurch, officiated and intermenl villa Cemetery. The family re- was in Hie Cain Cemetery said the miner was working the daylight shift when a slate fall apparently crushed him. Mr. Garlitz was born March 4, — ••• *• • •••-i-w. ..._*.iu>.*it .1 idivt- ••-!— uv.*ti*.Ls,tj. i lit laiiuiy i v'iwu.1 III IIic v/aln L-CJijClCJ'V day at the Industrial Colljvrs at quests that flowers be omitted, He was a son of Hie late Mr Barracksvjlle, W. Va. Authorities and contributions scnl to the and Mrs. George Filzwatcr His Miri ih. minp!- «.=. ...A-IM,,., ,.,„ American Cancer Society. | w ifc, Mrs. Emily (Hose)'' Fitz- Jankcy Services jvvaler, preceded him in death. F.LKIN'S—Services for diaries Survivors include six daugh- FREDERICK, Md. Ut_A Mount St. Mary's College student has seen .cleared of manslaughter , -.- __ _. ...«.. u . UU £,,ti.i i^oo uiaj^gmu lui numaii me anu charges m the death of two com- granted the defense motion (or a the project "wHh"prweri77™ panions who were killed when his directed verdict of acquittal. The ers property own far f i'nclm/1 ii_ _. .1... -i. i i ^ . . ..." • i — ."<<ii.il •., t. janxey. yz. who was found ters, Jlrs. John Ratliff, Three o -H onac , on ' n «vf s °" ,°' lll ° dcad in his apartment here Men- 'Churches: Mrs. Floyd Kessel, ' nighl. will he held tomorrow'Kettel: Airs, Mary Railttf. Mrs. at the Lohr Funeral Robert Weathcrliollz, Mrs. Price Bflr ' lale bara i.umcnzic. uarnu. i at 2 „ m He is survived by his widow.Juomc Mrs. Lula Elizabeth CarliU; a[ Rcv . Frederick F. V.lentineiiii'rt WrdicldVan'u'lh^rms: Ihurch, will officiate and inter-lwater, all of Mooreficld. and sisters, Barrackville Needles, Cal , . .Wilson, Mrs. William Shockey, Fitz- Cus £ P ? ,.""?-" Z ° !inen( wi » b <! in Cemetery. r, !, £ Z cf i Mr - Jan! «!y "'a* a —'--- Ccor c ?cis CuPP 'i foreman fcl lho Wl both of Barraekvillc;i a H dcR was Wa b y orn in Keyser Scp.>en George W. Smith shop FRONT ROYAL, Va -George Smilh ' ». died Mo "* Henry Steiss of Alliance, Ohio; Emory Sleiss of Johnstown, Pa.; and Mrs. Carolyn Ankenney, Hector, Pa. Mr. Garlilz was a member ot ,„ the All Saints Catholic Church ot son Barracksville. 20 A native of - —-...Id,, he was a wife, Mrs. Mildred (Wainer)'john and Lucy key. died in March. Ismith. lie was a nkey is survived by a Waincr J; Bait I . Balti- Survivors include College Student Cleared J lld g e Defers „ a _ • . ' (Continued from Page On Manslaughter Charges Dial PA 2-1600 for a WANT 'AD Taker* The judge found that Gardiner was not guilty of "wanton, reckless disregard" for human life and car crashed. Richard D. Gardiner, 20, was acquitted of the more serious charges in Circuit Court yesterday. However, Judge Patrick.M. Schnauffer found the Bordentown, N'.Y. youth guilty of reckless driv. ins and fined him $200 and cosls. According to State Police, Card- incr was driving a car which crashed into an embankment at the intersection of Maryland 97 and the Tract Road near Emmits- youth admitted having had some beers at a tavern. at 9 a. m. by Rev. Leonard Gicin.j sna | kus. Interment will be in «< i • Anne's Cemetery at Avilton, ,, " e The body is at Ihe Ross Fu- ,.„ neral Home in Fairmont, W. Va. M.. S Mrs. Elln Echard j| ' OAKLAND - Mrs. Ella May Echard, 86, widow of Jacob L. Echard. died yesterday at the M;, Ma . s .°" to "' n - Cupped Nursing Home, where she had been a patient for nine months. She was born in Oakland October !S, 18/0, a daughter of the late George and Sarah Thompson Spiker. Mrs. Ecliard was a member of Ml. Lake Methodist Church. Surviving arc a son, Hugh Echard, Oakland, three grandchild- 1 ren and four great-grandchildren. A funeral service will be held! tomorrow at 2 p. in. in the Bolden Funeral Home. Rev. Randall Prince. Ml. Lake Park, will officiate and burial will be in Oakland Cemetery. Mrs. Byron Bender GRANTSVILLE — Mrs. Mary Virginia Bender, 58. wife of Byron H. Bender, died yesterday , , ,» n« p A M H roers - ams ins Lodge 108 A.F. & A. M.; and Park . Md ._ a|)d was a member of the Bag cs. wincncs te r; 1 3 grand chil dren and Moose and Elks lodges of Elkms. a numbcr 0 , gr | al grandchildren . jankev Cumberland' Ho >'\ K ROb ^i Sraith ' Martmsburg; Edward SmiUl - ° f "° re ' and Mclvin SmBh - Scottdalc, Pa.; four sisters, Mrs. M ' Elizabelh 1Iardest >' and Mrs ,, ?ow f 11 . Mason- Ratheiine Jeffries, both of Cum-' M f *- va Jankey Union- bcrland . Mrs . Anna Lcw| Park . $ ' '' ' "*""* W " Va - and Mrs ' ™» C «' aha E a Falls, Ohio; two! ], c as ' "* n f Plk u' , brolhers - Ramsey Smith, Bullcr Services WINCHESTER-Services for The body is at the residence. Services will be conducted to- Trenton Funeral A solemn high requiem mass -/ *Jn;u j irilt -I udy : - ....ji at her home at Little Crossings! Hipp, near here after an illness of She more than a year. She was born in Grantsville ..... —»...,. _„ -u_.,n,v-> •"« oti vivca «ni uu v:uiiuucicu 10- Mrs. William Butler, 82, who died!morrow at 10 a. m. at First Bap-!, Sunday at her home here, wcrejtist Church here. Interment will ! conducted yesterday in the Jonesibe in the Deer Park (Md.) Ceme. Funeral Home. Interment was in tery at 2:30 p. in. M(. Hebron Cemetery. Among the survivors ar her husband, and a daughter, Mrs. for Mrs. Patricia L. (Christ) Trenton, 28, ot 527 Greene Street, who died Monday, will be cele- ,,i.^. tis"v.o uiaiu, w. died brated tomorrow at 10 a. m. in Monday afternoon at Sylvan fie- SS. Peter and Paul Catholic treat where she had been a pa- Church. Rev. Robert C. Keller tient for two years. of Towson will be celebrant; Rev. Born in Elk Garden, she John U. Lyncss, assistant pastor was a daughter ot the late of SI. Patrick Church, deacon, Frank and Rosella (Bosley) and Rev. Charles W. Bogan, pastor of St. Mary's Church of Lonais survived by two sons, coning, sub-deacon. Interment Dora Patton of Keyser. Mrs. Agnes Evans Mrs. Agnes Evans, 69. October 11, 1893, a daughter of Mrs. Rebecca (VanSickle) Slan- toti and the late William E. Stanton, Surviving besides her mother and her husband, are a son, Robert Bender, Grantsville; a daughter, Mrs. Joan Hufchinson, Pcnn- sauken, N. J.; two sisters, Miss Lena S. Bender. Granlsville, and Mrs. Helen S. Funk. Wash- Maynard 0. and Mernie B. Ev- will be in Ihe parish cemetery, ans, both ot Hagerstown. -....,- - .. Services were held today at ington, Pa., and three dren. randchil- Mrs. Bender was a graduate of Catherman's Business School, Cumberland, and Hood Seminary, Frederick, and served as assistant cashier of Ihe First National Bank here prior to her marriage in 1921. She was a member of lit. Chapter 15, Order of Nethken Methodist Church. with interment in Ncthkcn Hill Cemetery. Walker Services Services for Albert S. (Bud) Walker, 77, who died yesterday a*, his residence, 219 South Smallwood Street, will be conducted Friday at 10:30 a. m. at the George Funeral Home. Rev. Adam E. Grim, pastor of Grace Methodist Church, will officiate and interment will be in Hillcrest Burial Park. Lippold Services Services for Charles W. Lippold, 76, Bedford Road, who died Monday in Sacred Heart Hospital, will be conducted tomorrow at 9 a.m. in SI. Patrick's Eastern Catholic Church. Interment will Star, Froslburg, and St. John's be in SS. Peter and Paul Ceme- Evangelical and Reformed tery. Church, Grantsville, where she served as organist for 25 years. , A funeral service will be conducted tomorrow at 10 a. m. in the Newman Funeral Home. Hev. Clarence Whetstone will officiate REXALL BISMA- REX POWDER Gives quick, prolonged relief from acid-upset stomach. o» 89c FORD'S Drug Stores Cumberland and Frostburg The hody is at the Stein Funeral Home where the rosary will be recited today at 8 p.m. ] Mrs. Fannic Sherman | JIOOREF1ELD — Mrs. Fannie T. Sherman, 79, died Sunday at her home near Purgitsville. i She was born on April 10, 1878, ia daughter of the late James H. ;and Florence (Rinker) Michael. Services were held yesterday lat the residence by Rev. Charles Godwin. Interment was in the Olivet Cemetery. Mrs. Sherman is survived by seven children, I. Kenna Sherman. James W. Sherman Brownley 11. Sherman. Virginia Marvin Sherman. Afiss Beryl Sherman. Purgitsvillc, and Mrs. Clifton Tanner. Moorefield. William R. Fifzwater JlOOREFJELD-Services .held Monday at Thrush's Funeral Home for William Hiley Filz- waler, S6. who died at his home near Fort Run last Friday. Hev. Charles Godwin, pastor ot The hody is at the George Funeral Home where the rosary will be recited today at 8 p. m. Members of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority will meet at the Girl Scout headquarters before going to the funeral home at 7:30 p. m Albert C. Hill PIEDMONT—Albert C. Hill, 65, died yesterday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. Albert Neville, 142 West Piedmont Street, where he had resided for several years. He was a native of Tennessee! and had lived -in Keyser for 32 years. He was engaged in the grocery business until he retired because of poor health about 15 years ago. He is survived by (wo brothers, Fred Hill, Miami, Fla., and Hoyt Hill, North Carolina. The body is at the Markwood Funeral Home, where a service will be held Thursday at 2 p. m. by Rev. Donald D. Anderson, pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church. Interment will be in Queens Point Cemetery. Stir tits BLUNK—Mr. and Jlrs. Theodore A., Princeton, N, J., a son there yesterday. The mother is aj daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E.j Edwards, Lcechburg, Pa. The[ paternal grandparents are Jlr.' arirt Mrs. Adolf Blunk, this city. Charles 0. Sherman, Moorelicld; BRANT—Mr. and Mrs. Richardl BANK SERVICES ^ pin pointed to •»?, your needs Start Saving For Your Future The best way is to open o savings account of this Bonk now ond odd to it regularly where your savings \viii earn 2% interest Corne in today. Member F.D.I.C. Cumberland Savings Bank Virginia Ave, of Second St. PA 2-0011 E., RD 1. Ridgeley, a daugh-| ter iMonday in Memorial Hbs-' pital. DAYTON—Mr. ami Mrs. Calvin P., RU 1, Ridgeley, a son this ..._ re morning in Memorial. FUNKHOUSER-Mr. and Mrs. Walter S.. Bropkfield. W. Va.,! a son this morning in Memorial! ;HUGHES-Mr. and Mrs. Francis; 1 J., Midland, a son yesterday, in Memorial. i ROPKO—Mr. and Mrs. Francis,' Dudley Street, Lonaconing. a' son yesterday in Miners Hospital, Frostburg. SWAUGER-Tch. Sgt. and Mrs. Edsel L., Tampa, Fla., a son on May 16 there. The mother is the former Miss Louise Powell, of Florida. The father is a son of Mrs. Lillian Swauger of Grantsville. TAYLOR—Mr. and Mrs. Harry C., RD 3. Bedford, a son yesterday in Memorial. VAN' FLEET—Mr. and Mrs. Hubert, 431 Arch Street, a son this morning in Memorial. Local Plans Picnic Local 947 of the Painters Union; will hold a family picnic Saturday at Malamphy's grounds on Christie Road, beginning at 10 a. m.. according to Joseph Declz, president. Refreshments and food will be furnished and tickets may be obtained by calling; PA 2-5131. \ Paul's Wonderful V ) Cemetery Basket > I] Decoration Day H $5.00 !: ^ PnanUt •—Glodt — Carnah*«nt J |i'PAUL'S f Ji FLOWER SHOP {" } Phone PA 2-0033 f Ji STACEY'S BLDG. * ing along that street than anywhere else in Cumberland. He added that, the total overall cost was only about 10 per cent above the $500,000 figure that was used by the city officials jn discussing Honored At Dinner Samuel Reisman, of Philadelphia, sales representative (or the Bernard S. Pincus Company, manufacturers- of Yankee Maid meat products, held a dinner meeting last evening at the Ali Page 13) perty owners would liavc to pay Foxes apparently Jlave achieved, for Ihe storm sewer. Half of Iheltlieir guile by matching wils will^f """ u: of the sidewalk man, their only-enemy, accordV e been charged ing to the Encyclopedia Bnlatj.; curbing and half coslo were lo have ... to the property owners. The city allorney added that there is no doubt that the property owners should pay the cosl of Ihe catch basins and leaders. Only 19 per cent o[ the cost of the storm sewer is being charged to the property owners, he concluded. Only three witnesses were called. The city used City Engineei C. R. N'uzum and Paul A. Kempter, a construction engineer with Ihe Stale Roads Commission. The only defense witness was \V. Ed- Frederick GET AHEAD WITH . . BILL CLEAN-UP »• Pay leftover seasonal bills and reduce high monthly payments wilh a prompt loan here. We like to say "Yes!" when you atk for a loan. Phone for your loan in on* viilt, or come \n. LOAN! Loam up lo $1,000 on Signalura, Fumiturt or Car UTfUNCE SO. CENTRE ST. <Tik> tlivi'.er It lat H.) CUMIEftUU 2nd Fl., Room, 202-104 • LIBERTY TRUST COMPANY BLOC. 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