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Bedford County Inquirer (Newspaper) - September 25, 1981, Bedford, Pennsylvania Obituaries John Noble John of formerly of died september at Charmond nursing Home in he is survived by a Donald of Everett an Rachel of new Cumberland and several cousins and Noble was a retired lineman for the Pennsylvania Power and Light and a Veteran of world War serving in the air funeral services september 17 at 2 at the Neumyer funeral 1334 North second with Henry Hopkins of burial in Shoops Earl Rose Earl Rose of new Paris died unexpectedly september at his he was born december in Cambria a son of the late Hiram and Olive Guyer surviving is his the former Gladys and these children wife of Robert of Schellsburg re wife of James of 2 and John Rose married to the former Debbie also of nine grandchildren and three great grandchildren also survive along with one Clarence of he was preceded in death by two Sisters and two Rose was a retired funeral services sep tember 18 at 2 at the Mickle Geisel funeral Home in with Charles Rhodes burial in Schellsburg Earl tiday Earl of 47608 Chippewa a former resident of died at his residence on september he was born july 1903 in he was preceded in death by his Martha of surviving is a Evelyn with whom he a Ellen of Manns three and four All of funeral services were held on september 16 in Norma Boore Norma of died wednesday september at her following a lengthy she was born july 1927 in a daughter of Harry of Avalon and the late Agnes Bowser in addition to her she is survived by her William whom she married december and the following children Joyce of Florida 2nd Paul of Wrigh Patterson air Force Ohio and Barbara of five grandchildren also survive along with one Ted of Panama Boore was a member of the Christian and missionary Alliance and had been employed at memorial Hospital of Bedford county until her recent funeral services september 19 at 2 from Timothy Berkebile funeral with Donald Jones burial in Bedford county memorial in lieu of those who wish May make contributions to the Norma Boore memorial fund at Christian and missionary Alliance Harvey Housel Harvey of 441 East Pitt Bedford died september in Donahoe he was born in Bard Juniata june a son of John and Harriet fair he was preceded in death by his his first Ora and a surviving is his second Alice Genevieve Claycomb and these children married to the former Lillian of wife of William of Bedford wife of Albert of Johnstown Freeman Ted married to the former Mildred of Bedford Gene married to the former Annabelle of Buffalo Mills and wife of Eugene of cum Nineteen grandchildren and 17 great grandchildren also survive along with these stepchildren Hartley and Dent both of Bedford wife of Earl of Somerset Conrad of Everett and Trudy of Daytona he was the last of his immediate Housel was a retired mail retiring in 1952 after 37 years of and a member of the Bedford methodist funeral services september 20 at 2 at the Louis Geisel funeral with Carl Hill burial in Zion Fairhope Ellen Lawhead Ellen of Donahoe Manor nursing died in memorial Hospital of Bedford she was born in Mann township on july a daughter of the late James and Isabel Potter on june she married Arnold who preceded her in a number of nieces and nephews she also was preceded in death by four three one Hal sister and two half she was the last member of her immediate Lawhead was a member of he Fairview United Church of funeral services in the Fairview United Church of with Joseph Stewart burial in Fairview Binnie Ann Mcvicker Binnie Ann of 102 Davidson died thursday september at memorial Hospital in she was born in Central october a daughter of Stanley and Catherine Wheeler surviving is her of Florida and her Sam of Mcvicker was a member of the Assembly of god Central funeral services september 21 at at the Assembly of god Church in Central with Daniel Carver officiating burial in Daley Central Albert Naugle Albert of 113 7th Highland died at 10 sep tember at his he was born october 1909 in Bedford a son of the late James and Pearl Wolf his Lallah Pearson Bonner Naugle whom he married in 1970 also surviving Are a James of 1 two Thomas Janet Lou of Myrtle South Carolina Albert Bonnie of new Cumberland and two Charles Dolores and Leon Nancy both of sixteen grandchildren and three great grandchildren also survive along with a Fred of Naugle had been employed in the composing room of the Sentinel in Lewistown for 45 retiring in he was a member of Calvary Bible and elks Lodge 663 in funeral services were held on september with burial in Rock Harold Blackburn Harold of died unexpectedly september at Conemaugh Valley memorial he was born january 1921 in Napier a son of the late Isaac and Olive Williams Black surviving is his the for Mer Rhoda and four he was preceded in death by one Blackburn was a self employed Farmer and and a army Veteran of world War he was a member of the Schellsburg Lions charter member of the Shawnee Valley Volunteer fire member of Loyal order of Moose 480 of american legion Post Pennsylvania Farmers Bedford county builders past director of the Shawnee Valley ambulance director of the Schellsburg burial and director of the Fishertown cemetery funeral services september 23 at 2 at the Mickl Geisel funeral Home in with Paul Miller burial in Fishertown Floyd Calhoun Floyd of died at Francis Hospital in september after a lengthy period of he was born november in East Providence a son of the late Solomon and Elda Hart he was married to Dorothy Winck on March 1944 who survives along with these children Ronald of Lancaster Stephen of Everett Pamela of Everett and Rhonda at a and a also survive along with these Paul of Mechanicsburg of Everett and of he was preceded in death by one Calhoun was a member of the Frist United Church of member of american legion Post 8 of and vow Post 2088 of he had served in the army during world War ii and received numerous decorations and including the american theatre army of occupation purple and purple heart with Oak Leaf funeral services september 22 at 2 at the first United Church of Christ in with Robert Robertson burial in Union cemetery at Mench with full military graveside services con ducted by american legion Post 8 of Daniel Michael Clair Daniel Michael infant son of Fremont and Rose Ann Makemson of died at birth on sep tember at Windber in addition to his he is survived by his Augusta of graveside services were held at Bedford county memorial Park with pastor Kurt Miller and pastor Homer Lingenfelter arrangements by the Edward Blackburn funeral Ross Spade Ross of Star route Crystal died september in memorial Hospital of Bedford after a period of he was born july in a son of the late Christian and Margaret Ann Welch he was married to Mary Jane Hess on october and she survives along with these two children Paul of Crystal and Elva wife of Carl of Crystal Spring and one Kevin also surviving Are these Brothers and Sisters Ralph of Mechanicsburg wife of Earl of Crystal Spring Ruth wife of Murry of Mechanicsburg Verna of Breezewood Edna wife of Harry of Gladys of Crystal Spring Warren of Crystal Spring and Donald of he was preceded in death by three Sisters and one Spade was of the protestant Faith and had been employed by the state of Pennsylvania for Over 36 years in various and had been superintendent of highways for Fulton funeral services september 23 at 11 in the Conner Dalla Valle funeral Chapel in with Earl Barrick burial in Mckendree Fulton joins father in business Harvey was graduated Summa cum laude from the Pittsburgh Institute of mortuary August during the schools 83rd graduation Zeigler was chosen by his classmates to receive the memorial award As the student through qualities of professional conduct and Good Best typified the ideals of the student he was also the recipient of the John Rebol award for highest Scholastic average for the year and chosen a member of my Sigma Alpha society established by the National association of colleges of mortuary science for recognition of outstanding Merit in scholarship and Good citizenship and the award for scholarship from the Allegheny funeral directors Zeigler is a 1964 graduate of Hyndman Londonderry High a graduate of the College of William and Mary holding a masters degree in he served with the army As a 1st at and was formerly employed by Corning Glass new he is married to the former Joanne Farnsworth of Harvey they live in Hyndman with their three children where Zeigler is associated with the Harvey Zeigler funeral Hospital notes there were 58 patients and three Newborn babies in the Hospital discharges Shirley Hopewell John Buffalo Mills Barbara new Paris Joyce new Paris Kelly Defiance Edward Everett and Roxa West Marguerite Everett Daryl Hopewell Ida Florida and Scott Raymond Everett Betty Everett Cinda Everett Violet Cham six mile run Rebekah Buffalo Mills Marie Imler Timothy Bedford Virginia Bedford Melvin Everett Nellie Bedford and Samuel Thomas Bedford Joann Everett Robert bed Ford Walter Everett Ray Bedford Peggy Everett Jennie six mile run Beulah Hyndman Frances Everett Barry Everett Renee Everett and Lonnie Margaret six mile run Earl Central City Daniel Everett Gloria Manns Choice Rocky Everett Carol Bee Ford Vic Toria Baughman and Everett Manns Choice and Julja Ickes and Leah Manns Choice Clearville Randy Bedford James Ellen Bedford and Grant births a son to Victoria and Barry a son to Lavonda and Max a son to Julia and Randy a son to Jacqueline and Dennis West promoted to Marine Marine Michael son of Threasa Smith of Box Manns has been promoted to his present rank while serving with 2nd 6th Camp he joined the Marine corps in october Fluke completes Aap training Larry son of and Chester Fluke of has completed military police training at the army military police fort students were trained in civil and military traffic map Reading and self september 1981 Bedford 3 events of the week be Fords bicycle path has been the almost forgotten project to build a Bike path from fort Bedford to old Bedford Village has won approval of 75 percent Federal funding of its estimated which will administer the announced the Bedford approval on monday As one of 22 bikeway in 19 counties be Fords is the largest single project of the which total the Bedford county redevelopment authority Drew up the project a number of years ago and submitted it to Penn Dot in the program is pen dots first in supporting which will receive its allocation through a Energy conservation Federal Penn Dot Secretary Thomas Larson termed the approvals a personal he i always Felt we should advocate All forms of Tran some of the criteria for selection of the projects included that the Bike paths serve work related rather than strictly recreational that they encourage travel to key Short Range be maintained by the applying sponsor and be completed within 18 months of the redevelopment several of whose members were surprised that their project had returned to As it faces one hurdle it must raise 25 percent of the estimated plus any funding the project costs above the the estimate is at least one year probably and the Federal share is limited to 75 percent of the William chairman of the redevelopment said he Felt people Are looking Forward to such a and that he would consult with Robert Sweet about the local a former member of the authority who helped draw up the proposal and project director for the authority old Bedford said he thought the project approval was but it will take some thinking on How to secure the local he suggested other state local municipal or individual or use of Village owned equipment to it will depend on what Penn Dot will he the project is Miles in starting at the fort and running along the passing under the route 30 bypass Bridge and following the route 220 right Otway to the Village it does not have to Cross the pen dots District 9 office in Hollidaysburg said the right Otway Fence would be moved in a stumbling Block when the Bike path was originally the path will be 12feel have a substantial sub base and inches of according to which said the design phase will probably take about six it it progresses As it should it is contingent on the 25 percent local probably will take place next a Penn Dot spokesman one prison Escapee one of two men who walked away from a work program detail near Robertsdale about monday was recaptured tuesday morning in state police picked up David of without incident after he was observed walking at the intersections of route 30 and Cook had been incarcerated at the Huntingdon correctional institution in Huntingdon on a burglary no information was provided on the second although police did not say they were a number of other criminal incidents occurred in the same area monday night or tuesday at about Philip dolt of Saxton re reported that his jeep wagoneer had been stolen from a Church lot in at 2 police recovered the vehicle about three Miles East of police did say they believe the same persons who stole the wagoneer at tempted to steal a car owned by Nile Calhoun of Calhoun Auto was parked in the lot of the Everett Banks Breezewood also the Breezewood elementary school was broken and sometime Between monday and someone entered the Breezewood residence of Ada in both nothing was the Turnpike was blocked by a six Rig a series of collisions at thursday near the base of the Allegheny Mountain blocked traffic for about five but luckily resulted in Only three minor in another trucker was killed in Atter his tractor trailer was diverted from the closed state police at Everett said the Multi vehicle Accident occurred on the last Mountain curve near new Baltimore when an eastbound tractor trailer driven by William of North rolled the trailer was loaded with Large As was that of a fellow Timothy also of North Balough Rig ran Over skip pers in the wreckage was hit by a third eastbound Rig occupied by a Willie and his the spilled pipe had landed in the westbound it was struck by tractor trailers operated by Harold of Manor Earnest of and Daniel of there was minor damage to these three rigs damage to the skipper and Balough vehicles was severe to the Gayle the trucker who was killed in Somerset county was identified As Alex Ray Holliday of his truck eastbound flipped Over after failing to negotiate a curve on route 31 in Allegheny which adjoins Bedford a falling tree led to court this District Justice Kenneth Jewell dismissed a trespass and damage civil suit filed by Mary Alice Neptune of 341 Juliana against Bedford the suit involved a tree which had fallen onto the property of Neptune during a wind storm on the night of 2 it damaged electrical upon Neptune believed the tree belongs to on questioning by Dan solicitor for the John Mon Borough said the tree was not on Borough he said the tree was actually located on a narrow piece of land near the Borough memorial Park and belonged to either the methodist or the presbyterian the Borough has accepted responsibility for the Upkeep of the land but will not be responsible for damages caused by Trees on according to acting As her own said a spokesman from the Pennsylvania Mutual casualty company had called her at an earlier Date and said the repair to electric wires Bill would be paid if there was no homeowners Neptune has insurance but it is she said she did not understand Why having insurance would keep the Bill from being paid by the boroughs Neptune says she will Appeal the Hopewell police chief was shot just before Midnight someone fired a shot at James of roaring Spring re As he sat in the Hopewell police Cruiser East of state police said chief Leonard had parked in a Lane along the South Side of 05050 in an area of Hopewell township where there had been complaints of reckless driving and other disorderly a westbound vehicle approached and a shot was fired from the left rear the projectile hit the cruisers wind shield at an Angle from the passenger apparently passing through the car in front of Leonard and exiting the Drivers Side who was not pursued the but it apparently on one of the other Side roads in the in addition to state Everett and Liberty township police responded to assist in the search for the which was described As an older 1960s Ford Light in state police Are seeking information on the which they Are classifying As at tempted and note that any information will be held in the strictest the incident is the second one involving the Hopewell officer in less than a last tuesday during a rain an unidentified vehicle forced the unmarked Hopewell township Borough police car partially off route the Crusier driven by Leonard went out of crossed the Road and hit a parked there was minor damage to both the Oneman police department formed by the township and Borough last Spring May go out of business at the end of this last Hopewell Borough Council discussed the possibility of buying the marked Crusier and continuing the department a Council spokesman said no final decision was Hopewell township supervisors decided last week to drop participation in the joint police Force when Ceta funding of leonards wages expire a member of the police commission which operated the department said it will stay in business until any pending cases Are and did not discount the idea that supporters of the who have gathered hire than 200 signatures on a May return to the supervisors to get them to

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