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Bedford County Inquirer (Newspaper) - September 11, 1981, Bedford, Pennsylvania
Obituaries september Bedford 3 Anna Ruth Dodson Anna Ruth of died unexpectedly at in Geisinger medical Dan following an illness of several she was born May in a daughter of Allen and Sarah Walter of in she was married to Taylor surviving Are her husband and two Collins Claar of Portage and Kathliene Markovich of East Freedom re and five she is also survived by six Brothers and a sister Henry and Ira of Claysburg Carrie Imler of new Paris Walter of Ohio Lester of Ohio Howard of Imler and Charles of Beaver Dodson was employed by the Pennsylvania shoe company for 24 she attended the Claysburg Church of funeral services at 1 in the Marvin Leslie funeral with William Gosnell burial will be at the convenience of the Catherine mock Catherine Kate of re died tuesday september at elites rest she was born in november a daughter of John and Susan Moses she was preceded in death by her Ray who died in also by a son James mock in she is survived by the following Brothers and Sisters Thelma of Florida George of Pittsburgh Elizabeth of and Virginia of two and a Nancy of Bedford also mock was a member of Johns United Church of funeral services sep tember 4 at in the Geisel funeral with David Grant of burial in Bedford county memorial Edward Stouffer Edward of Manns died thursday of september in Bedford county memorial he was born at August a son of John and Mary Wolford he was preceded in death by his Lora Pearl Lybarger surviving Are four Wilbert Stouffer of Hyndman Jack of Long new York Harvey of Cumberland and Frank of and three Lottie of Manns 1 Anna of Manns Choice and Hettie of Alum thirteen 16 great and one great great grandchild also survive along with a Charles of Stouffer was a retired employee of celanese and a member of the Lybarger lutheran funeral services september 6 at at the Lybarger lutheran with Richard Tome burial in Lybarger the family asks that memorial gifts be made to the Lybarger lutheran Church building Marian Felten Marian Nycum of re died at the Morrison Cove on september she was born november 1892 in East Providence a daughter of the late John and Ann Margaret Gump she was married to Jesse Felten who preceded her in death on december surviving Are these children Jesse Felten of Breezewood wife of Kenneth Morris of Camp and William of re seven grandchildren and ten great grandchildren also she was preceded in death by three Brothers and three Felten was a lifetime member of the Breezewood United methodist funeral services september 6 at 2 in the Conner Dalla Valle funeral Chapel in with Earl Barrick burial in Everett Fred Mowry Fred of died september he was born in and had worked in Akron at Goodyear tire for 17 surviving is his a Howard Norma three and two Wilmel and Edna both of graveside services september at 1 at the Fishertown Charles Fleegle Charles of 2112 20th a former Bedford county died at september he was born june 1895 in Bedford the son of James and Sarah Hushard in he married Hazel Peters Fleegle in and she preceded him in death on september surviving Are these five children Ruth Altoona Clair Manns Choice Harold Elsie with whom he resided and Betty Dougherty of two Cuppett of Manns Choice and John Cuppett of also survive along with 15 grandchildren and four funeral services will be held at 1 thursday at the funeral Home with pastor Bruce Weil burial will be in the Olivet Manns Sherry Hyde miss Sherry of Coral formerly of died in Florida on september she was born in december a daughter of the late Fred Hyde and Marjorie Keifer who survives and resides in key and in addition to her Mother she is survived by one Fred Hyde and her maternal grand Beatrice both of she was preceded in death by an infant miss Hyde was a member of the Bedford presbyterian Church and the Rainbow she had at tended school at Chestnut Ridge High was a graduate of Linden was also a graduate of the Patricia Stevens school in and had at tended the Chamberlain professional school of retailing and she was the previous co owner of the clothes loft store in and had been an agent for nationwide insurance before moving to in Florida she As an underwriter for the Atlantic insurance funeral services september 10 at 2 in the Conner Dalla Valle funeral Chapel with Edgar Datesman and Paul Miller burial in Schellsburg Ernest pee Ernest of 24 water died in Donahoe on september after a period of he was born in East Providence april a son of the late John and Georgia Probst he was married to Ida Feiser who preceded him in death on november surviving is a Madeline of and a miss Evelyn of three grandchildren and one great grandchild also pee was a graduate of Gettysburg College and Gettysburg he was ordained into the ministry in 1916 and served his first pastoral charge at Peters lutheran Church in he then moved to the first lutheran Church of where he spent the next 38 he then returned to Everett where he served As Supply funeral services september 10 at 11 in Zion lutheran Church in with Howard Mccarney and Kenneth Diablo burial in Everett if friends so contributions May be made to the memorial fund at Zion lutheran Ina Shoemaker Ina of 423 South Market died at september 1981 at Nason roaring following a Brief she was born july 1891 at roaring Spring a daughter of David and Nancy pole on february 1912 in she married Jesse Shoemaker who preceded her in death on May surviving Are these five children Carl of Woodbury re Ida of Fredericksburg Lloyd of roaring Spring Vera of Martinsburg and John of new Enterprise fourteen grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren also survive along with a brother and a Ernest of Altoona and Virgie of roaring Shoemaker was a member of the Woodbury Church of the funeral services september 9 at 2 at the Woodbury Church of the with Raymond Boose of burial in the Holsinger Bakers Charlotte Simmons miss Charlotte Joan of died saturday september in Bedford county memorial she was born in september a daughter of Thomas and Violet Hunter Simmons of in addition to her parents she is survived by one brother and three Thomas of Staten new York Violet Margaret and Eleanor All of Las miss Simmons was a member of the trans run methodist funeral services september 8 at 2 in the Louis Geisel funeral with Lloyd Ferguson of burial in trans run Allen Smith Allen of died sep tember in memorial Hospital of Bedford he was born March 1926 in Monroe a son of the late Franklin and Jennie Williams he was married to Marie Bowman on october and she survives along with these Brothers and Marie of 1 Roger of North Carolina and Leo of a number of nieces and nephews also he was preceded in death by one brother and one Smith was of the protestant Faith and a member of the improved order of redmen iambic tribe 507 of funeral services september 9 at 2 in the Clear Creek Brethren in Christ Church with Curtis Bryant burial in Rock Hill children have been enjoying a new slide in fort Bedford Park this summer thanks to the 20th Century the slide with Best in safety features such As enclosed Steps and an extra rail at the top was designed especially for the younger trying it out above left to Sheri Brandon and John a get acquainted Tea for local women interested in joining a Sweet Adeline organization will be held on tuesday 15 in the social room of the Trinity lutheran a group of Johnstown Sweet Adeline will be there to demonstrate Barbershop Harmony for the group is known As both a Hobby and service for More information phone Jane Brown at 6235051 or Eleanor events of the week september 1981 the county commissioners hired a special labor the Pittsburgh firm of Bebenek and Eck proposed to represent the county in its upcoming dealings with the Pennsylvania social services the firm has an office in and special counsel to the commissioners will be Bruce the contract approved by commissioners Gary Ebersole and Howard Hinish on tuesday Calls for an expenditure of per hour and 25 cents per up to in one commissioner Alva Hosteller was absent from the meeting for a the psst has informed the commissioners that at least 30 percent of the 22 employees in the Domestic probation and District justices offices Are requesting a Union representation the commissioners decided last month that they would not join in a request by the Union for the Pennsylvania labor relations Board to conduct an in doing the county technically is contesting whether the psst has enough signatures for the the Union will make a unilateral request for the election and a Parb hearing probably will be scheduled to determine if the Union has enough support for an according to county Colerain township May get its recreation after months of a group of Colerain residents apparently convinced two of the three supervisors to place the question of funding recreation on the the county commissioners received a request tuesday from supervisors Allen Baker and James who asked that the county print a ballot question for the question is whether the townships voters favor spending tax Revenue or Revenue sharing funds for Coleraine allowed share of activities sponsored by the Bedford area Board of Parks and for that share is per and the Board has threatened to Cut off Colerain if it int paid in the commissioners delayed action on the request until the Colerain supervisors actually voted a Resolution asking for the what the commissioners had received As of tuesday was a letter from the two supervisors remaining supervisor Carlton Livengood did not sign the supervisors were to meet tuesday and the county said it would Contact them before the september 1981 Bedford township sewer and water lines May reach More in a unique tuesday the township supervisors directed solicitor Richard Lins to prepare an ordinance amendment that will lengthen the mandatory connection distance from 150 to 500 property owners within 500 feet will not have to Cross another persons land to make the connections the distance applies Only to the properties that abut the water and sewer officials said they did not know How Many properties this would but mentioned there would be neither the supervisors nor the Bedford township municipal authority which met earlier tuesday mentioned any but one knotty Issue could become moot with the new Hookup for More than a the Terrace motels Peter has contended with the township saying the main building of his Complex is not within 150 feet of the and he does not have to the authority Doest on the township sent out six notices to property owners who allegedly Are in violation of the township ordinance for mandatory Hook the notices give the owners 90 Days in which to connect or Legal action will be taken against last the supervisors had said they would Han deliver the notices to save certified mail but they apparently decided at the last minute to sidestep any possible confrontations with property some of whom apparently have delayed hookups for reasons other than also last it had been mentioned that there were seven notices to go mailing of the mentioned Only As a Motel and a possible was Colerain township supervisors have voted in favor of a recreation chairman James Diehl said wednesday that formal action on the referendum request was taken by the supervisors at a special meeting two weeks Diehl said he and supervisor Allen Baker voted to ask the county commissioners to place the question of funding for the local recreation program on the november supervisor Carlton Livengood voted against the Diehl the referendum is a result of a push by area residents working with the Colerain recreation Council for a Public vote on whether the supervisors should use tax Revenue and Revenue sharing finds to pay the townships allowed share of costs for activities sponsored by the Bedford area Board of Parks and the supervisors voted this year to pay Only half of the programs the Parks and rec Board has threatened to drop Colerain from the program if the full amount is not paid next the commissioners on tuesday postponed action on the referendum request because they were not certain that formal action had been taken by the Diehl said wednesday the supervisors had decided to ask for the referendum to find out How people feel about using tax Money to fund the recreation september 1981 county control Drew More support from the Bedford county firemen while presenting several requests to the county commissioners on the associations representatives from bed Ford and Shawnee Valley fire companies asked about the commissioners intentions for county with the radio system Down to five Dis Pat and a Par time person secured through area Agency on the operation was termed to have hairline in the words of director Legrand his concern was having enough personnel to cover for vacations or and both he and the firemen said there were times when More than one dispatcher per shift was commissioner Gary Ebersole said that since Perce presented an alternative budget with five he would not press for a ballot referendum on whether the county should continue support of county the he was from to pay the eight dispatchers wages and operating costs to for the five Perce said this want quite the according to was a proposal in and that he had proposed an alternative of for eight dispatchers at the same time he presented his smaller the Dif Ference Between and is per capita costs to the county versus commissioner Howard Hinish said he Felt that if the county is going to continue funding county control it should be to a level where it is doing a Good he said other counties have set this at eight to ten but that the Cost would be the equivalent of pfc Mills of county property i think we should do it right or not at Hinish but those 1m Mills Are going to make for some Tough the firemen pressed for additional dispatchers and pointed out the consequences of county control which would require some Type of radio and phone answering service for 13 fire companies and 11 ambulances in the Bedford firemen Steve Wineland also commented that he was upset about what was being said regarding versus on a human and we spend Many voluntary hours with no maybe we should be wondering if we can afford to be he there was no outcome to the which included requests by the county association to have the commissioners donate approximately 10 acres of the 188acre county Home for the aged property to serve As a fire school training site and to have budgeted for a countywide fire training the commissioners said they would consider the september 1981 Bedford Borough workers chose a Union according to the ten Borough and water authority employees of Bedford Borough voted unanimously in choosing the american federation of county and municipal employees As their bargaining the election was conducted by the Pennsylvania labor relations which will certify the results before contract negotiations an Altoona Man pleaded guilty to two robberies this Tony Leo Alfred entered his pleas to holdups at Raubs shoe store in the Bedford Plaza and Widmannn discount store in Bedford both earlier this judge Van Horn scheduled Sirouss sentencing for according to the Man faces similar charges on More than 30 robberies in ten state and Borough police have also charged a 17yearold reportedly a relative of with being his accomplice in the Bedford ten municipalities will be paying less for their recreation under a tentative 1982 budget adopted wednesday by the Bedford area Board of Parks and the per capita charge to each municipality in the Bedford school District will drop from to 95 cents next according to Parks and rec director James the cuts Are possible because of the rec office cutting its hours and hiring of himself As a Par time director no cuts in activities Are at the Ron Kidd was elected president Dick vice and Clay september 1981 a former Bedford county resident was murdered in Florida last Sherry Denise formerly of Schellsburg re was found stabbed to death in a Coral Home she shared with another Marlene Broward county medical examiner Donald Wright said Hyde suffered a fatal Stab to the Chest sometime Friday according to the examiners Hyde was attacked with a Kitchen knife and had been beaten before the police in the Southeast Florida Community said Hydes body was found in a bedroom of the two Story Home after she did not arrive at work at the Atlantic insurance she had worked As an underwriter for the Coral Springs company for several police were reported to be searching for a motive in the and no arrests apparently were made Over the a trocar Accident at Cessna resulted in one serious Bobbi to of Somerset received facial injuries when her car collided with another Auto at the intersection of routes 56 and 220 saturday Reinholtz was transported to Bedford Hospital by the Bedford then transferred to the intensive care unit at Johnstown where she was listed in serious state police said Reinholtz was northbound on 220 and made a left turn onto directly into the path of a southbound car driven by Garwood of Bedford re High was not seriously
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