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   Weirton Daily Times (Newspaper) - October 24, 1955, Weirton, West Virginia                                PAGE WEIRTON DAILY OCTOBER 19SS OBITT CAR WASH the Girls Wash Your Car day proved an overwhelming success in behalf of the 1955 Community Chest campaign The project of the Beta Nu Chapter of Beta Sigmo Phi Sorority earned for the Car washers shown here front left to George Hulbert Lois William Kostur and Richard Back left to William Earl Irvin station attendant James Sorority president Amos station attendant and Lowell Photo by Peg Department Commander h Honored by District VFIV Arch of was principal speaker at a dinner here Sunday nt which Don department Com mander of the West Virginia Veterans of Foreign Wars was honored by VFW members from the First The dinner dance was held in REGISTRAR Continued from Page One FORMER NAZI Continued from Page One r BAIN TWINS FOLLANSBEE Ronald Lewis and Donald Joseph born on Saturday at and died on Sunday nt and1 The deceased are twin sons of Harry and Dolores Summers Bain of 1015 Main Survivors Include the parents one Harry pa ternal John Bain of Colliers maternal Stanley Rtw kowski of Wuirton nnd maternal Allen Summers of Services were con luctul today at 4 at the James Funeral home In Follansbee with John Scolt of Interment was made in Johns MARY W8YATCK1 FOLLANSBEE Mary Ws j widow of Pete died at on Sunday i at her home on Cross Creek iRD 1 Born In Poland on September she was the daughter of the late Tony and Iva She came to the United in 1907 Wsyatckl was of Catholicj Her husband ptecfced her In death In July of Surviving are three Jos eph and William at home and John of Follansbee one Joseph Hromjak of Follansbee three grandchildren one John and one Joseph of Eu 1 Friends will be received after 7 today it the James Uuneral home In Funeral ar rangements are VAIINKR INFANT Judy Diane Infant daughter of Arby Brooks and Ha Catherine S 11 c k c 1 VFW dignitaries attending the installation of officers at the New Cumberland VFW Saturday were these two upper left to Joseph Hazlett groups representing the organi Max Charles ooo per which reduced Hoffmann that he birth on Sunday morning flt Isaac Hill and Jake Baxter is commander of post and others are past com to a weekly basis means Aubatan soon after midnight today whcnithe Weirton General Lower photo shows past and present Auxiliary left to the VFW jsiden Howard national coun lially per The results became P the court salaries go from It was an immense to prosecuting attor of the Saars rcgin ney from to assessor tcred voters went to the she is survived by her parents Donald Max William Harry maternal Lula Charles Long and Isaac Hill Stickel of West Virginia one Dorothy Blankcn Photos by Peg of to besides an increase per cent against the French Per cent to other as the occasion But overwhelming air power alone would furnish such just as it would furnish full protection wii to our Such overwhelm Moore commended Maupin for his Thclma president of t h e oTthc cent nr power could be maintain outstanding in fathering Department Auxiliary Frank mls8loncr from to year Thevote does not change thethc Chapcl Hl Mcmorlnl p f n hcf nt a grcaUy rpducc1 the cause of the VFW in West senior vice resident he status of the Saar but it was of thc Department Auxiliary Fay Thc mcmbcra o lhc House resounding slap In the face for In his remarks to he cii member fiom Ohiocfllt on tax collections over 25 o Europeanize the and home j todiy at the Steel and Wolfe Fu Burial was made in THINKING IT OVER Continued from One nln to reduce her mllltirv esUb At First Baptist The congregation of the F I r t i Baptist church will aanmble on He cited Maupin for untiring Department chief of staff in France which has run the efforts In behalf of thc VFW and Ralph Stump Department from to the state as through the ranks of the fXX MAIUJAIJFT by withdrawing hor troops without the civilian disruptions we Tuesday at 8 In the churoh STEtrBENVILLE Mr to North Af now thcn lhci paret D a II e died at nor rica It command in the VFW to become John commander of the i Department commander for the presented lug very popular official nnd irrA56 term to Commander in cannot succeed Nel The Moundsville VFW behalf of the post while the Dislcr can a deputy sheriff unices PRESIDENT CALLS was one of numerous district trict presented him with a check he Is out of the deputy of ice and who attended for ifor at least a year before the Continued from Page One the dinner The toastmastcr was Host commander was led prominent and host Auxiliary president There are two nvowo1 candidat Ei vlileattorney and a judge Frank Dinner mucs for this and a number In Washineton evcrv Montol oate of thc Ohio Department of sic was by Frank Kngel while have been mostly the VFW music for a dance which followed the Democratic of Poi JnPV muc Ol iniKCtl in vi r 11 i u slnco some time bofoio bin illnuss Other guests included Mrs Frank the was by Al lice Arthur Howearth of mother of the The dinner and dance who piles up Increau Commander Leonard first ments were In charge of Hoiing majorities each yea he district commander Joseph en Dasch and David J First District Auxiliary Goblins Asked To Parade on October 37 neral will be held on Wednesday at with Father Kenneth Interment In Mount Calvary JEANETTE STKUBENVIIJLE Jean ette Taylor of 140 South Lake died on Sunday at in the should the militarization of our na Isaac completely logical to urge jtlon be more complete Uian the milbe in s prevention of war lies f any of our allies why should we maintain land arid France to contln fully prepared to throw armies in Europe thug permitting ue her exploitation of North AM weight upon one side or the Britain to reduce her military expected to get into hts party parimnry mtmber of the House of Delegates since some time before his Vallov Services will and naturally had an on Wednesday at 1 cf problems to take up with Brown Funeral Burial will be made In Union cenv It could not be determined exctcrv what Hauge and Burns a has announced his the tention of The Pained by Eisenhowers they were prepared to say of ixth of these are expected lo 1e realities before County Assessor Frank re cently named to that povtlon er a death of Jong tima Wheeler is an avow PIETRANTON Continued from One spooks and fairy sprite nrc issued wel come to invade Weirton the offlce thoURll there that despite stoou market states that after lions in recent the both his client and his economy presents a rosy plctUeJaMociate counsel In his case ex pressed satisfaction with the result obtained and distribution of thfl settlement Pietranton takes each of the The largest and gregatlon of Halloween bestest con i political rumors about the in nnd from the home will be pro Mrs w Snannoili SENATORS Continued from Page One Storm Of Controversy points in the bill of one by and denies every charge addition to men from outer space jvided for the The Air Force set off a storm of b cult veteran of icmtrovewy last week when It dls Furthcr e It is here lene Jam march in streets of Weirton The parade Is sponsored by the offlce R now alleged that from Weir High not only Brookeisenger planes on special sj Prom nlng promptly at Warning Is given now that witches must have the brooms the Junior Womans clab in I Helen Mazzoni heads throughou the er dSSTwiJ Stennls Sen witches must nave ine neys ann is to nminome irom The three sen ready for action anil fairy committee and associate mjpcecd onp Of the Senate Ap rave their wings for areMls s toned fit this time in opposition toproprlatlons pad been A iVllSS CPl Infl AH Auu AU A TTP ised the payment of S2833 33 In ad Idltion to the amount ttiev properly hecelved from the said I sum of to be collected from the defendant without cost to ade formation moves out lv at half after six and nobody i 1iivij in uua ijiiiu in uiMMini iiifii lu u ni uuii3 TI f on either defense ail efforts JameS IaC Josepa M i s will want t evcntaB For an addition to parade which will come down Virginia ave nue to Main then on Main to the Community a Is slated at the Community Ctmtcr following the Treats a plenty will be in evi dence at the f arty whu h will shortly before the curfew of ten Varied programs of j comment on the I 1 AU In IUWA entertmnment have been1 scheduled for tne bewitching completing his f I r s tjin Cost of estimated one and his BIG THREE from Page One nnd Rcne tsd to on Dec Decatur ember Four criminal trials and one civil trial have been previously conduct Reversed a1le ewnpapor comment la rge Prosecuting Attorney Ralph Clyde Beech Bottom Cross completing a first alCreek Daniel Follans so is expected to be a candidate vice and With several nnd nBalnst attorneys inthe it Wellsburg Donlcnnv a hunK jury and one ia expected that one or more will Id and into the campaign on tickMartha treasurer trla8 Mildred recording John Hartleys term as and Floyd 3ritt Cross Samuel were the re8Ulta th0fle county commissioner in affrced thftt yote marked ai will expire next I vicechairman and Dorothy folk be the SAN FRANCISCO Continued from Page One two gas main explosions In Oak Ihnt the major result would be toaway in July and his widow Mrs i Al thls so will be One of them wt off a fire in Band and icllffht the fires of Franco Hartley was named to the 8en of the Brooke nouae that took the life of man thus putting another No candidates rave conclamoition of ebirtl German nationalism and a passed corresponding secretary Board of Education on a nonjOra Bell Mrs Ruthone Aldin cede the formation of children and the Path thof p oldsters who are Tlill young On Tuesday the foreign minis 1 tfrs of the to help 1 In Prlzcc approximately fin will he given by judgw who will be named in the near Mer chants wanting to ioin n the festi vities and wishing to priz1 or may do so by calling Helen Mazzonl or Vincent Cooper at the Guests for the will be the children from tlie home in hood of an official a united nounced and there has been The terms jumped from a second talk about this Carey and Oliver Mulhollen exfoor window and two oUtera No candidates have come forPlrc nt the end of cxt X601 NATO powers at this early date for Housej policy present has announc ed for It is Brooke Countys turn to have the state senator in the dis Herbert Dem BRITONS from 1agp One being the present inp tempo of criticism of offi His name is connected with highi strengthened the likeii er offices in the though without any substantial Brooke to The key question was posed Trautoert ia a former sheriff of Parliament by Laborlte Marcus the SAVINGS ACCOUNTS HANCOCK COUNTY FEDERAL who asked Eden whether hc will introduce legislation to re peal or amend the Act of Marriage Justices of the peace are Wellsburg Attorney Jacob and Elten Margaret to give a years notice to Parliament before marrying without the Queens DEDICATION Continued from Page One act requiring botn The constables are Dave Democrat and William Buffalo Allen Republican and George Bud Man The constables are Paul Reck and John RFD Cross Creek Dean Chart ment of mature individuals and and a vanccy cre would offer a curriculum devoted atecl when Frank Basil was na in to training students for both the ed The constables arc competitive society of the presentOscar Romick and Harold and a lifetime interest in higher both of The executive which Archbishop Wheeling Mayj will be elected at the or Jack and the Very at the present time are Lawrence college delivered short ad WelUburg Elwood treasurer Buffalo Nan and BILLS can make even a well planned budfet look If inch an extra added lo other obligation U working a hankhip on why not let ut combine them all and arrange one small payment you can easily leaving more money for your self each PAUL manager 3240 Main Street Phone 805 LOANS FKOM to PERSONAL BUSINESS ANNOUNCIMENTS HELP WANTED FEMALE BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR SALE LOTSACREAGE AND WANT ADS ARE AS NEWSY AS THE FRONT PAGE READ EM AND SEE The few cents invested in a Want Ad will turn into a profit 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