Julia Beach GoreVolunteer, clubwomanJulia Beach Gore, who...


Julia Beach Gore

Volunteer, clubwoman

Julia Beach Gore, who was active in women's and bridge clubs, died Sunday of pneumonia at the Greater Baltimore Medical Center. She was 91.

Mrs. Gore lived for many years in Homeland and more recently in Towson.

The former Julia Beach was born in Portsmouth, Va., and reared in Westminster, where her father owned the first movie theater to show talking pictures. She was a graduate of Western Maryland College.

She did volunteer work for the Red Cross during World War II and was a member of the Woman's Club of Roland Park and several bridge clubs.

Her husband, Nelson O. Gore, owned the Gore Fruit Co. before his death in 1983.

Services were scheduled for 11 a.m. today at Henry W. Jenkins and Sons home, 4905 York Road, Baltimore.

She is survived by a daughter, Jane G. Myers of Upland, Calif.; a son, Kenneth B. Gore of Ruxton; four grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.

James H. Hallameyer

Ex-policeman, deputy

James H. Hallameyer, 73, a for- mer Baltimore policeman and deputy sheriff, died Monday from complications associated with diabetes at St. Joseph Hospital.

He joined the Baltimore Police Department in 1946, assigned to the Southwestern District until he retired in 1975. He was a deputy sheriff assigned to the city court system from 1975 until he retired a second time in 1982.

Known as Pat, he was reared in Fullerton and attended St. Michael parochial school in Overlea. He was a 1937 graduate of the St. James parish business school on Asquith Street in East Baltimore.

He joined the Navy in 1942, assigned to the Office of Naval Intelligence, where he met Marie K. Kunkely of New York City. They married in 1945 and lived for many years in Catonsville before moving to the Carney area. She died in 1978.

He was a member and officer for many years of the Maryland Retired Police Officers Association, the Maryland Law Enforcement Organization and American Legion Post No. 183 in Parkville.

A Mass of Christian burial was to be offered at 10 a.m. today at St. Isaac Jogues Roman Catholic Church, 9200 Old Harford Road, Carney. Interment will be in Moreland Memorial Park.

He is survived by two daughters, Martha J. Carnaggio of Annapolis and Cass M. DeJuliis of Baltimore; a brother, John J. Hallameyer Sr. of Carney; five sisters, Marie Bartenfelter of Overlea, Gertrude Willard of Rosedale, Frances Lord of Kingsville, Joan Henson of Parkville and Katharine Gerst of Perry Hall; five grandchildren; and a close friend, Doris Lawson of Carney. The family suggested memorial contributions may be made to St. Joseph Hospital, 7620 York Road, Towson 21204.

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