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8  c N Fames AVV0CAZ THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1974 i Charles Town Council RICKY ALAN RINALDI , t FairView Cemetery n Boli. Funer services were lmld ear. Stmday a 2 p. m. from 4e Te deceased, wife of WiI- Eackles .lunerel Cipel in Hat ard G..(Bi.M) Smal.lwood, was peas Ferry, far dcky Man /{in born  24, 1906, in ae aldi, 15 year-old Bolivar vest- Cestnt ,Hill section of Jeffer. dam, who died t his home son County, a daug.ter a e 'lusday, May 23. "fine ,Ray. ,lte Daniel F. and Martha Jane .DovId Bm'ga officiated and Parts Lmcaster, She was a termem was made in St. Pet- member of he Manrfings As- er's Cemetery ,ll Bolivar. sembly of God Churoh. youth was born `Novem- Survivimg in addition o her bet 14, 19'58, in ,Ranson, a son husband, is one son, Wi41ard of (Dond Eugene and Aana G. Smalwood, J., of Cincirmati May Rherford Rinaldi. Ohio; six grandchildren; ,three In additio ,to ais parents, survivors include one sister Beverlyn Ann Rinaldi, a bro- ,Donald E. Rinldi, J., bgth t e borne; is paternal grandmafher, $4rs. Irene Rim Idi and his maternal grandpar ents, Ir. ad Ms. Paul Ruter m'd of Bolivar. .lmS.  COLSTON Ftmeral services were aeld Sturday morng at 10 o'clock f, rom TvinRy Episcogal Church in Sheperdstown, or Mary Shepherd Colston, 75, of S4aep- 'herdstown, who died ,May 23, in Kings Daughter's Hospital "in {Martinsburg. The Rev. Paul great @randolildren; and three 4)rofvhers - James H. Lancaster Tuscawi.Ha Hills, (Yaavles Town Frank L. Lancaster, ,Mechanics town, and Harry Eugene Lan. caster also of Mechanicstown. MRS. ENRICHO RINALDI Services were held Wednes- day at 2 9. m. rom .the Bolivar Pentecostal Ohurch for Mrs. Mabel Irene Rialdi, 63, of Bol- ivar, widow of Fatricho Ri,nal@i, who died Sunday morning in WinChester Va. Memorial ,Hos- pi.tal. The Rev. N. C. Scott and the Rev. Anold Hoffman off- iciated. Burial was made in Fairriew Cemetery in Bolivar. Moser officiated and bm'ial was "lhe deceased was horn in made in Elmwood Cemetery in Boll.vaT, a daughter of e late Shepherdstown. The Robert O. and Mary Oft Long. were at e Melva T. Strider erbeam. She operated RinIdi's Su41ey Ftmeral Home in Shep- Grocery in Bolivar. herdstown mad then taken  Surviving are six daughters te church for the services. {Mrs. Jeanette Duncan, of Shen The deceased was born in anctoah Junction, Mrs. Phyllis Clarke County, Va.,. November D'Angelo of illvile, Mrs. 7, 1898, a da,uhter of the :late Edith Tambascia of Charles Parka and Lu,la Messner Shep- Town, Mrs. Peggy Smallwood Discusses Weeds, Trash Problems, Other Matters Hig ,weeds and  on is not paid then the Council vacant lots, fche use of the side witl proceed ,to .take a ,lien wIks in dowmown Oharles .against the property. Town for a sidewalk sale his Summer, e possible emplop meat of addiona,l employees ,for the cRy's street, sewer and water departen under a Corn prehenside Employment Train dng program financed by te state, and the awarding of bid on a new .police curiser, were same of the maters before Charles Town Counel Monday night. C,Ry Manager Robert Cain ,told Council at some vacant lots ,have weeds and brus as high as ,ten feet and tha.t be. cause there is also debris on the lots they cannot be mowed. In line with a general clean- up wich the CRy Council has ordered, ,lhe Councilmen agre. ed .Monday night that any prop arty owner who does not clean the weeds and debris from ais property45y J.tme 3, wild be not- if`led that the cry wkld do ,the job and then bill the property owner for the cost. If the bi,ll After some discussion on a request ,from the Charles Town Dowrtown Retail ,,Merchants for permisson ,to mld a 'S,ide walk Sale" at he end of JulT, the Council tbled any action on e matter un.,l the ext meeting. In the meamime guid ,lines goverritg the use of the downtown sidewelks for ,te sale will be drawn for Coum oil's consideration. The ow bid .from Clendening Motors on a new potice cruiser was ,pprov- ed. &nd the cry a'ecedved bids for al,l necessary insurance, ex- cluding fire and liability and turned them over ,to a com- mittee for study. City anager Cain also got e Cotmci,l to ;tpprove tbe ci, ty's joining with e City of Martinsburg in ordering fred- g'/t nm.terials from .the State highway department, so as to cut down on the high cost of freight. Nine Road--- FROM PAGE 1 Sunday. at 1:50 p. m. a ,two- car accident occurred at e irterseeon of U. S. Route 340 near the Cavalier Exxon Serv- ice station involving cars be- ing driven by 'Andrew Sutton, of Annandae, Va., who attempt ed to urn into the service stat- ion in the .face of oncoming traf`ic and was struckby a car Avenue, a large rock shather- ed, the windslield on the truck breaking both sides of the safe- ty glass windshield and leaving a whole :in i,t of about isx inch- es. Wendy Wilt, 2, and Steven Wilt, .two months old, passeng ers in eche truck sustained rain or cuts about the lace. They were taken to the Ohartes Town General Hospital for treatment and re[eased. W,l.t told State Police 'he be- herd. She is su,rived by her husband, a the home; a dau- ghter, {Mrs. Mary C. Hysong, Washington, D. C. a son, Rob- ert R. Colston of Shepherds- town; ree grandchildren a sis ter, Mrs. Cldflon Price, Sr., of Wi.nohester, Va. CURTIS B. BENNETT Services were conducted Sat- urday t 11 a. m. om the Smith & Strider Memorial Home in Charles Town ,for Cu.r tie B. Bennett, 55, of Route 1, Clmles Town, who died unex- potedly at his ome early .Wed nesday morning, May 22. Te Ray. Richard E. Nea, pastor of St. Tonms Lutheran Church, Ranson, officiated..Burial was made in Murril Hi,l.l CemeteD' near Harpem Ferry. The deceased was born in Jefferson County, Oct. 27, 1918 a son of the .,Pate .Edward and Litlia Cox ennett. He spent his entire ,ife ia the courty and had worked for many years .as n instalder and repair man for the Genora Telephone Company of .the SouCdwast. He was a veteran of World War ,H mad SorTed with the 104th aa= fiantry in Germany. 'He was called back .to active duty dtr- ing the Korean War and serv- ed with the Axmy Reserves. Survving are 'bls wife, Mrs. Mary FAizbeth Bennett, at the home; ,two daugttors - {Mrs. Donna Fraley and Mrs. renda Anderson, both of Kearneys- vi.le, Route I; .three sons -- Cvha and Allen Bennett of Jefferson W4ge and tSephon of North George street, Char- lee Town; two half-sisters, M, rs.. Phy.H, is Greenhorn, of Pennsyl- vanka: and Mrs. Gladys Keller,,], of .Bal.tilmore, ,M.d.; four half- . !Douglas Dennison, Jr., Orehard HiMs, Ranson; John W. Dennison, of Chavtes Tow; Charles Kelder of Ili. more, {Md.; Eerl Keller of ,Penn sylvania, .and nine granddlaild T@n. REV. L. H. SMALLW00D A graveside service was 'held Saturday, May 25, n Shenan- doa Memorial Pk .by Dr. Geo vge H. Oreer, for ae Ray. Lee- tar Hantl Smallwoed, 81, fo. merly of Su:lphm" Swings Load, 'Winchester, Va., who died Wednesday evening, May 32, .in Worihern Virii ,Doct- ors HospRel, Arlington, Va. [onoraT bearers were: LS- seM Herrel,l, Rolmad "Faarp, Re- burn Keesling, :Fertrmn W. Perry, ,Harry lierce and Harry Rideway. Rev. Smallwoed was born 'Nov. 25, 1892 at Shenandoa Junct- ,ion, a son of the ,hte J. Talor SnaMwood and Crre Mason Smal,]wood. e was a umtad Methodist uroh ifister from 1917 urrtil I@52  which time .he retired om his ,last charge at Goshen, Va. His wife, e former Iiss Doroffnv Earnest, preceded .im in death. Survi,in ere three oqdren. GeraId 'E. Sma:lwoed of `Nava, Calif., Lester 'H. ,qmatlwoed of Sprinield, and ?diss Dorothy B. SnmM.wood of Rwerside, Cal. and eight grandchildren. MRS. W. SMALLWOOD Funerl services were held .Tuela t 2 p. m. from the Molvin T. Strider Colonial Funeral Home in Ranson, for Mrs, va Blenche Smavood, 66, of  Semilwy street. ChaJes Town, who died May 25 n .Wnchester Va. Mmnorial Rev. James Holtz efflciated mM was made and Mrs. Patricia Grimm, both of Boll, vaT, and Mcs. Sherry Mollott of Kearneysvilde, fottr sons, Robert and Josel/h Rin- a ldi of Charles Town, Charles Rinaldi of Annandale, Va., and ,Dona=Id Riaaldl of Bol,ivar; one being driven by Donald Grimes of FAkton, Va., Damages ,to the two cars was $400. Monday about 6:10 p. m. a two-car collision occurred at the entraace 4o the Harpers Ferry Ntional Park woh re- sister, Mrs. Essie Ranalcti of suited in about $800 in darn- MillvSlle; hree half-sisters, Miss Rosie Petrucci, Mis {Mar- ageSpolice said a car being opera gUrite Petrucci and Mrs. Sarah ted ,by Ronald Gue, of {Mt. Airy, Lilla, aH of Mil4vlle: one bro- Md., was making a left .turn ther, J. Thomas Longerbeam and his car was R by a car of Millvitle; ,and one hIf-bro- being driven by Terry Wayland .ther, Lewis ,Petrucci also of of Ranson. Wayland was charg- Mi, llviile, ed with following .too closely. A single car accidenl occurr- Mrs. Violet Bayior ed on U. S. Route 340 ear Rites Held Monday. Harpers Ferry, Sunday about Services were held {Monday 3:15 a. m. w,hich restil.ted in morrting at 11 o'clock from LMt. sbout $500 in damages. Zion Baptist Ghuroh, Gharles Police said an eastbound car Town: for Mrs. Violet M..Bay- being driven ,by Glen Holmes Ior, 85, of 850 West Wash`ington of Frederick, Md., weatt out of street, Charles Town, who died control on a curve, struck a May 23, in the Valley iew .Rest ditch and spun around and over .Home, near Berkeley Springs..turned, landing on it's top. The Ray. Thomas Jackson off- Holmes was charged with fail iciated and burial was made ure to maimain corttrol. in MHton Vlley Cemetery in A traetor .trai,ler truck and a Berryvtle, Va. Friends were re- car colldded on Secondary calved at the Melvin T. Strider Route 28 near Bakertoa about CIonial Funeral Home in aa 2:15 Thursday afternoon, May son, untff .the remains were 23 which xesulted ,in .the diver taken .to the churCh for sere- o f, the car being hospRadized. ices Monday morning. Charles Town State Police The deceased, widow of he stud .the caT, operated by ,Row late Rev. E. E. Bayior, wo aid Wayne Fraley, of Route , died in. 1953, was horn in Harpers ,Ferry, apparently cras Ch'rke Cotm'y, Va., April 13, sed .the center line of the 1889, a daughter of the late way and smashed into ,.the trac Charles and Virwiafia Taylor tortrailer being driven by Ric Murray. She was a member of kson Frederick of Rox, btry, Va. lVR. Zion aptist Ohurch, Char and owned bX 'the Massachus- des Town. Stwvivhag are ,three daugh- ters - Mrs. Thomas (Dorothy) Mcild, of Philadelphia, P.; Mrs. Payne (Harriet) Taylor of Strpudsburg, Pa.; and {b$iss Luc ile Baylor, ClLrles Town; .two etts Trailer Company. F'aley was .taken ,to ,the Oha rles Town General Hospital ,by the Shepherdstown Fire Com- pany ambulance, for .treatment. Fraley .was cited for dving to the ,left of ,the center af the sons - .M, fred E. B.or and highway. Ohales M. Baylor, 'both of Oha Charles Town State Police rles Town; 20 grandchildren; 28 also reported that Cwo children great grandchildren; and a sis were slightly injured by flng ter 'in lw, Mrs. ,Dorothy Ander glass about 10:30 Wednesday son, 0hicago, Iil. night, May 22, on State Route 9, near Jefferson Avenue. Rites Held Monday Police said.apparently a rock was throw at the wndskield For Mrs. Staley of a .truck being driven by Services were ,held {Monday David Wilt, of Route 1, Cherles a 3 p. m. ,from ,the Asbury Town. Wilt ld State police he UnRed Methodist Ohuvch i.n .. ............ was driving the truck along on nepnerastown, ior Anna Rotate 9 and as i,t aoroached L Staley, 87, of Shepherds- ' -"  '. ' the intersection of Jferson ,town, ho died May 24, i.n -Kings Daughter's Hospital in Mrtinsburg. The Rev. Z. Car-' doso officiated and te was assisted by the Rev. Quinn B@ne. 'Bural was ,made in {ose Hill Cemetery, Shepherdstown. T[he deceased was horn in Cmqottesvige, Va., Dec. 24, 1887, daughter of the ,lte Ray. Stephen- and Adeline Logan. She was the widow of Joseph Staley. She s survived by one dauh er, {Mrs. John (loria) {Maye PaTton, Sepherdstovn: two steqxlauhters, Mrs. Sareh Jam es Jac0bs, Shepherdstow, and Mrs. Sadie Holmes. Mceesport Pa.; six ,mndehildren, and six- teen ereat grandchildren. A member of Ashm'v ,United Meodist Curch, she was a member of e women's society of the ohurch. he was also a former board member of Rose ,Htl Cemetery and a member of the Wi,14ing Workers of St. John's st Ohurda. Viola WriSt, s. Vifzinda Gray md Mrs. Harry Dnees of Clmrtes Town were in Win- crnester on Thur.lev aftqrnoon: 'M'S. Dinges entered h Wn- chester Memorial Hospi.ta4 tmderwent srgery on lieved .the rock d been thrown 'by someone in an auto mobile since there was no one seen along ,the ,highway. Oe ,person sustained minor injuries in a single cox acci- dent which occurred Tuesday, May 21, about 5:45 on State Route'9 near the Scenic Over- look. State Pod, ice said a cax operat ed ,by Merle Painter, of Hed- gesville, skidded about 100 feet down State Route 9, crossed the tenter line, i,t an embank ment, went back across ,the road, struck a culvert, then went back dnto ,the guard rail and .hit aneer embankment head-on. The 6river was cnal'g- ed with failure to maintain con trod. He was taken to fhe Char les Town General Hospi.tal where he was treated and re- leased. Damage to the car was placed at $600. U. S. Route 340, was .the scene of another minor acci- dent ,wthidh occurred bout 2 p. m. May 21. 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