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   Weirton Daily Times (Newspaper) - March 31, 1969, Weirton, West Virginia                                2 Weirton Daily March LWI i fuuy i iwiwiiuuyf iviaiwii w i Deaths and Funerals Robert King Robert of 2 IS Lee died Saturday mom ing in his He was born June in Surviving are two Raymond and Harold both of Friends will be received at the GrecoHertnlck Funeral Home today and until time of services at 1 The Mansberger will officiate for the services in the funeral followed by burial at Three Springs Yula Beatty STEUBENVILLE YulaMabel formerly of Steuben died Sunday at in ParkviewManorNursingHome in She was born in New daughter of the late John and Elizabeth Me Bride Miss Beatty was a member of the Finley Methodist Her survivors include four Walter MorrowofMas Clarence Morrow of Wilbur Morrow of Bur and Delbert Morrow of and one dauglv Dorothy Beatty of Friends will be received at the Cole Brothers Funeral Home to day from 79 and from 24 and 79 Services will be conducted Wednesday at 1 inthefuner al home with the Burial will be made in Union Joe Alvarez STEUBENVILLE Joe Span ish Joe who re sided with and Joseph Hernandez of 521 Sixth died at Saturday ir the Ohio Valley He was born 1896 in son of the late am Joe Alvarez had resided in Steubenville after coming to the United States in He worked in the Open Hearth Department of the Wheeling Pittsburgh Steel until his There are no known Friends may call at the Mosti Funeral Home from 24 and 79 Rosarydevotionswill be recited there at 8 Requiem High Mass will be celebrated at Tuesday at Peters Church with the Cronan Molloy as cele Interment will be made in Calvary Verne Adams STEUBENVILLE Verne of M13 Oregon died in the Ohio Valley Hospital Sunday at 9 He was born in son of the late Hayden and Sarah Hcwells Adams retired from the Ohio Foundry and Manufacturing He was a member of the LaBelle View United Methodist Church and Toronto Lodge F and Surviving are his Anna Witschy and several nieces and Friends may call at the Mc Clavc Funeral Home Tuesday from 24 and 79 Funeral services will be held at the McClave Chapel Wednes day at 11 with the Robert Baker Burial will be made in Oak Lawn Cemetery in Mary Yurko Mary a former Weir ton died Sunday at in Portsmouth Nursing Home in She was born in daugh ter of the late Michael and Mary Matas Yurko was a member oi the Altar and Rosary Society ol Marys Byzantine Church of Weirton and Josaphats Church in Her first Joseph and her second hus Nicholas preceded her in Surviving are four John Agnes Revisky ol Al Julia Dzurich ko of George Marge Gray of Rochester and Andrew Mary Dutko of Kast with whom she made her home two stepdaugh Ann Frado and Bertha both of Youngs town three Nicholas Yurko of Michael Yurko of Los and Joseph Kris tan of East Rochester one step John Yurko of Los Angeles one John Ungrady of three broth Steve and Andry all of Czechoslovakia 22 and 34 great Friends will be received at the Harloff Funeral Home in East Rochester today and until time of services at 9 Wednes Funeral services will be conducted at Josaphats Michael Kansala STEUBENVILLE Michael of 1338 Oak Grove died Saturday at in the Ohio Valley He was born in son of the late George and Mary Kansala was a member of John Byzantine Church in Mingo John Scott TriState Symphonette and the He was a craneman for Whee lingPittsburgh Steel Survivors include his Anna Tapocik Kansala one Mark of Wintersvllle one Frank Bar bara Pieniazek of Wintersville three Henry Anna Kemper of Margaret Barber of Chippewa and ine DiFabbio of Mingo and five Friends may call at the Cole Brothers Funeral Home from 79 today and from 24 and 79 Parastasservices will be held there at 8 Tues Prayer services will be con ducted Wednesday at 9 in the funeral home followed by Requiem High Mass at in John Byzantine The Francis Yurek will be Burial wlllbemade in Calvary Caroline Baldauf FOLLANSBEE Caroline Marie Damrns of 924 Highland died at Ikes Train To Include By United Pnm International The Elsenhower funeral train will cross Southern West Virgin ia late tonight and early Tues day en route to the burial place at for the former president and Dwight The trains journey through the Mountain State will end the states observance of the nation al day of State and federal schools and col leges in the state were closed to day in respect to The train bearing EisenhoW ers body was scheduled to leave Washington at 6 to and enter the state at White Sulphur Springs at The train will travel the Chesapeake Ohio tracks to Charleston and then to Huntingdon for a 10min ute The train will pass through miss Beck ley by about 10 then to Montgomery and into Charles ton to arrive about 2 The train will then cross Put nam County and into Hunting ton for a stop and a change of crews about 3 From it will skirt through Northern Kentucky to Cincinna to arrive there between 9 and 10 The routing of the train has not been officially made public at the request of the Eisenhow er Flags are today in Weirton Osteo patliic She was born in daughter of the late Wil liam and Stella Brown Baldauf was a member of Anthonys Church of Fol the Altar and Rosary Society and the Anns Survivors include her Herman Baldauf one Ar thur David who attends Fairmont State College three James Pamela Orlando of Follansbee Richard Sharon Hodgkiss of Stcubenville and James Patricia Yoder of Steubenville throe William of Wells Arthur of Wellsburg and Robert Dami s of Follansbee one Fred Edith Moore of and one Friends may call after 7 today at the James Funeral Home and from 24 and 79 Tues devotions will be recited there at Tues Requiem High Mass will be celebrated at Anthonys Church Wednesday at with the Joseph DeBias ns Burial will be made in Oak Grove Cemetery in Fol Violence By Few Condemned By Judge Maxwell UPI There is absolutely no place in our political system for vio lence of the District Judge Robert Maxwell of Elkins told a youth group here Juririg the If freedom had been the hap relaxed state of or dinary as some in these groups view man would have been free every Maxwell noting lhat rebellious groups at Ber Columbia and San Francis co state confused freedom with the free and Those misguided young peo ple are giving a bad name and a disgraceful reputation to the younger when in fact it should be the other way he Maxwell is judge of the District Court of Northern West American Continued from Page 1 opened up on a spotter plane circling Un scathed the spotter pilot called in artillery strikes on his assailants and silenced the announcement The incident Saturday was th first time Communist troops had fired from the North Vietnamese half of the zone since 14 and the ninth time since Military spokes men said one North Vietnamese soldier was slain in the According to highlevel the socalled Wash ingtonHanoi understanding put Da Nang and Hue South Vietnams three biggest off limits to Communist All three have been shelled in the reds nationwide There were unconfirmed re ports that a fourth rocket in the Sunday night attack on Saigon had fallen aitd landed a mile and a half from armored cavalry soldiers and tanks protecting the capital reported 53 guerrillas slain Sunday In three clashes 45 miles northwest of the The troopers lost 11 killed and 16 front reports at halfstaff today in the state and will remain that way for 30 days during the national period of mourning pro claimed by President 2 Injured In Accident Near Chester CHESTER Two persons were injured in a twocar acci dent at Sunday at the intersection of Little Blue Road and Snowdens Hill at Lawrence Jack of Chester and Kenneth of Chester were the drivers in the Roush received lacer ations of the contusions of the a strained and contusions of the right hand and He is listed in fair condition today at Kast Liverpool ity Charles of a passenger in the Roush vehicle received con fusions of the forehead and strained His condition was also listed as Reed was cited by Hancock Sheriffs deputies for driving left of A second twocar mishap was investigated at Satur Charles of G08 Grant Newell and Kenneth Robin of 302 Grant were involved in a mishap at the intersection of Congo Road and Stine was cited by deputies for failure to have vehicle under Billy Graham Returns To JERUSALEM UPI Evan gelist Billy Graham Saturday cut short a combination Holy Week visit and family reunion in Israel to fly back to the United States for the funeral of former Pres ident Graham left by jet from Jeru salem to attend the final rites for the man whom he described as the greatest American since The tall spiritual leader from North en from a twomonth route home crusade in Australia and New Zealand when he received word of the former Presidents death in Washington said the Eisenhower years will be remembered as the golden years of the 20th Lives In New Martinsville Army Driver Goes To Capitol FAREWELL TO Throngs pmtd by the cnket of Dwight Eisenhower Sunday and throughout the night in the rotunda of the The body retted on the same catafalque first used during the state funeral for former President UPI TELEPHOTO Conferences Held At Steubenville Ohio College Maps Plans To Meet Disturbances STEUBENVILLE A plan to cope with disturbances in the fu ture at The College of Steuben ville was made public today by the Columba The announce ment was made following a meet ing of the Presidents Admini stration an advisory body to the head of the institu composed of both clergy and The decision on a plan of future cooperative action followed a series of meetings between City of Steubenville and College offi including Mayor Andrew Chief of Police George Father Neil dean of stu and the Theophane academic Already in the plan of action follows this outline In the case of a demonstra riot or sitin police would not come to the campus until they had been offi cially asked to do so by an auth orized officer of the Any call received from any ollege officer which involves an ongoing personal in jury or property damage would be treated as any other call from any other source on the criminal Former College former dean of students at Al dersonBroaddus John Lynch died here Sat served at the school from 1957G2 and upon his retire ment was named dean He was a descendant of one of ihe founding families of the col Davis was a graduate of the University of He served at Brown Military Aca demy in San the Stony Brook Prepara tory School and Rutgers Univer sity before joining and a patrol car would be sent to Police assistance will be requested only when necessary to prevent personal injury or property or when a demonstration has progressed so that students have been suspend ed and are therefore In this police are to be advised of developing events prior to their appearance on City police will not make routine tours through the College but will leave policing of the grounds and building to College security Campus security officers will be unarmed at all It was felt that campus security watchmen and dormi tory directors would be capable of coping with orginary prob lems which the exception being when nonstudents might encroach upon College or in the event extensive dam age might be done to building by Steubenville City police will make their customary patrol car ours over Fransiscan a city street which bisects the campus for its entire but will not periodically patrol either the residential or classroom The College has had raids and campus especially during the spring ever since it became a resident It is an Outdoor Fire Ban Lifted Fire Chief Clyde Maze today lifted the ban on all burning permits that were suspended last March 19 due to the extreme dry weather Permits issued this month were reinstated and burning is now Chief Maze Those not having permits can obtain them at the Weirton Fire Department headquarters at the City The smallest known marsu pial is the Planigale Subtilissi a flatskulled mouse of western Australia which reaches a length of less than three Stolen Car Returned Weirton police reported a car stolen early Saturday night was replaced two hours later in the same parking stall at the New City Auto Pennsylvania According to the keys to the 1902 fourdoor Oldsmobile were stolen earlier in the Saturday at the owner of the car Osvaldo Gug called police to report the car was At the car was discovered after the thieves returned the vehicle and placed it in the same location it was Two pairs of rental bowling shoes at the Holiday Lanes were stolen by three persons who did not pay for the games they Saturday Police are investigating the petty lar A stereo tape player and two tapes were stolen from a belonging to William of 1300 Lincoln Steuben while the vehicle was parked in the Madonna High School parking The theft occurred Sunday night after the vent window of the car was pried annual spring occurance on most The present guidelines for co operation between city and col lege officials are the result ol meetings following a recent raid staged by dormitory re which saw campus con fusion after a false report was unwittingly sounded that a student revolt was underway and squad cars were rushed to the Hilltop Simple Continued from Page 1 WASHINGTON UPI Lew is Newman of New Martins drove his 1 a s t mile for Ike over moun tain roads to a vaulted room where his wartime leader lay silent in a flagdraped then a staff ser said he was General Eis enhowers chauffeur in the vic torious days at Versailles and Rheims during 1944 and He remembered the cheers accorded the warm and friend ly war hero by the French people whom Elsenhower helped before he came to the Capitol and saw si lence become a tribute more moving than A young Army enlisted man saluted awkwardly as he faced the then quickly dropped his embarrassed by the television A middle aged couple her stock inged knees on the cold and dir ty stone They their eyes unaffected by the hundreds who filed past and glanced at But most of the thousands who came stood silent and pa tient in climbed the Cap itol steps entered the ro tunda and walked past the cas ket without word or Their numbers and their silence spoke for As midnight more young people came to see a man who left the last of his tri umph in history before they had finished grade The older ones in cluding those like Newman who remembered Ike as he liked to be the victorious Glen Ar wore his o r 1 d War n the Colonels eagles on the famed brown Eisenhower the tan wide at the b o 11 o flapping around his Somebody had the re tired colonel trying to ex plain old His two daughters stood beside drove here with his wife and from their home in New Martins where he works as a bank He was the greatest man I have ever Newman He was especially nice to and Newman recalled that after Germany surrendered Eisenhow er told him it was a great mis take for the United States to bring its soldiers home from Europe so quickly with Russia keeping Few visitors were less than 1 per cent by the estimate of a Capitol policeman who tended the rotunda door all One was Mike a young man who said he was an aspiring My father served under Eis Batiste Im here out of respect for my fath er and my country and Gener al Middle East Hit Southern Europe proud of i Ikes Achievements Listed 23 Of Proudest Accomplishments As President Cited WASHINGTON UPI Dwight On Eisenhower wrote a letter to his former press James listing 23 of the proudest achievements of his eightyear Hagerty released that The presu mably not in order of impor tance and accompanied by an admission Eisenhower had dashed these off the top of my were these Stateshood for Alaska and Building of Lawrence End of Korean War thereafter no American killed In Largest reduction in taxes to that First civil rights law In 80 Prevention of Communist efforts to dominate South Reorganization of the D fense and the great progress most ambitious road program by any nation in Slowing up and practical elimination of Initiation of space program with successful orbits in less than three starting from Initiating a strong ballistic missile Conceiving and building the Polaris with ships operating at sea within a single federal medical care for the aged Desegregation in Washing and armed forces even without Fighting for responsible Fiscal and financial policies hroughout eight Extension of OASI OW Age Survivors Insurance to over 10 million Intelligent application of federal aid to education De fense Educational for first time in American of ade quate military establishment after cessation of Using federal power to enforce orders of a federal court in with no loss of journeys to more than a score of nations in South America and in the Establishment of the De partment of Education and of plan for social progress in Latin America after obtaining necessary tion Congress for called Alliance for Atoms for Peace Mamie Ikes wife and sweetheart for more than 52 cried softly in her hankerchief when Nixon said Eisenhower just before his death Friday had told hen Ive always loved my Ive always loved my Ive always loved my and Ive always loved my whose public ordeal will continue through the burial at was escorted through the funeral rites by By United Press International Strong earthquakes shook parts of southern Europe and the Middle East today causing hundreds of residents to flee their homes in A number of structures were damaged or destroyed but there were no immediate reports of The Seismological Institute at said a strong quake occurred off the Saudi Arabian coast in the northern part of the Red Sea measuring about 7 on the openend Richter It appears as if the occurred at a great a spokesman for the institute Quakes of this magnitude rarely occur in this In panic striken residents fled toward the coast in a long line of cars after a tremor shook the eastern flank of Etna before It measured five on the Mercalli Some homes were reported Strong earth tremors also rocked tall buildings In Police said at least five persons were injured when a house collapsed in the El Ahmar one of the citys old In the governments Environmental Science Services Administration uaKes reported that a quake measuring on the Richter Scale struck about 275 miles southwest of early An ESSA spokesman said the quake occurred in a moderately populated region near Turkeys southern coast and about 120 miles southwest of the area ravaged Friday by another xemor which killed more than 50 son Nixons newlyappointed ambassador to and other members of the At one as Nixon referred to Eisenhower as one of historys few authentic John looked down solicitiously at his who called her husband her whole He found her left tucked under his right and patted it But she took no continuing to stare straight ahead at the World Leaders Assemble Not since the 1963 funeral of John Kennedy had so many world leaders assembled Among them were Charles de President of France Admiral Lord Louis representing Britains Queen Elizabeth Marshal Vasily Chiukov of the Soviet Union King Baudouin of Belgium Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands Shah Reza Pahlavi of Iran Prime Minister John Grey Gorton of Australia President Ferdinand Marcos of the Philippines Chancellor Kurt Georg Kiesinger of West former Prime Minister Nobosuke Klshi of Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau of Notes Weirton General Hospital and Jon Russell of RD a March and John Boustead of RD a March Ohio Valley Hsopital and Stanley McEwen of RD a March and Jerry Thompson of a March and Thomas Acton of 411 Union a March and Thomas Niemiec of a March John Hospital and William Graham of RD a March and CliffordAlbright of RD a March Births Elsewhere and James Platt of a March 28 in Ohio Valley General Group Cancels Session The meeting of the Hancock County Historical Society planned for April 3 in the Courthouse has been cancelled due to the Easter The announcement was made by Daniel president of the The state executive board of the West Virginia Historical Society will convene April 12 Attending from Hancock County will be Frank vice president of the First Congressional and chairman of the bylaws and constitution and state tours The next scheduled meeting of the Hancock Historical Society will be May 1 at 7 30 in the Arrested Robert of was cited on a charge of hazardous driving at Sunday after police observed the driver pulling on to South 12th Street the wrong Police reported the Brown vehicle then backed cut onto Pennsylvania Avenue through a caution light and would not yield to the sirens of the police cniiser from 12th Street to 20th His hearing was set for Continued from Page 500 for five with first year for additional Chester Police for five years with for first year for new cruiser and additional Brooke agencies seeking funds are Follansbee Police for first three with first year for training Wellsburg Police for five with for first year for additional Brooke Sheriff for five years with first year for training and for PERMAKENT r ORDER YOUR ROAST LAMB FOR OITNOIOX IASTII FROM THE SIMIAN OtTHOMl NUNS ClUI PHONE ROCKNAGE 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