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East Liverpool Evening Review (Newspaper) - May 20, 1983, East Liverpool, Ohio F 4 the evening review Kau liver pol. Ohio Friday May to iwo deaths and funerals i Francis Watkins service Are being arranged at the Dawson funeral homa Tor Francis g. Joe Watkins 37, of 722 sashing it in Pittsburgh died thursday at to to p m. In St Francis Hospital in or illness by to following a Long Hayden Davis Canfield services Areto be held saturday for Hayden h Davis 62, of 28% callar who died thursday at 8 a in in Southside unit of the Youngstown Hospital a world War ii coast guard Veteran or Davis was town Jan 25, 1821, in Youngstown. A son of Thomas Davis and Mary Kane Davis he worked As a stereotypes 43 years at the Youngstown vindicator having served As the last president of the former stereotypes Union at one time he worked at the Riblet Dairy and was former owner and operator of Idora howling Lames on sept i. I ssi he was married to Margaret Snyder she died dec 10,1979 survivors include three sons James k Davis stationed with the marines in Haverlack n c., Jeffery m. Davis and James k Davis both at Home three Sisters mrs Harold Portia James of Hemet Calif mrs Ken Neth w Isa hello Mckee of in Imbiana and mrs jain1 Margaret Lyons of Dux Bury mass. And a brother James Davis of Sewickley a the rites Are to tie held at i 30 p m at the Warrick Hummer funeral Home by the Rev Harry k Hadden of the footer memorial presbyterian Hureh burial is to tie Iii for est Lawn cemetery friends May Call at the funeral Home today from 7 to 9 p in Warren line Warren d Cline 64 of Harlem Springs died thursday afternoon in the Cleveland clinic following a Brief illness a world War la Navy Veteran or Cline was ism aug 9, 1911. In Monroe county a son of Lemuel Cline and Ida Rina Cline he retired from the de Bol i manufacturing co in Canton and was a member of the Church of god besides his wife mrs Helen Cline survivors include four sons Wayne Cline of Sherrodsville Hugh Cline of Amsterdam Fredric and Keith Cline both of Harlem Springs three daughters mrs. Ida Mae downard of Bergholz mrs George Arlene Huff of Scio and mrs Jerome 1 setae i Heifer of Carrollton a brother Edgar Cline of Woodsfield a sister miss dons e line of Graysville la grandchildren and four great grandchildren services Are to be held sunday at 2 p in at the Church of god in Carrol Luvi by tha Rev Wayne Hafley burial is to lie in Harlem Springs cemetery friends May Call at the Sweeney Dodd funeral Home saturday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p in hurry the nuttier Wellsville Harry thrasher 71, of Gateway West apartments. Law main studied this morning at 5 to at East Liverpool City Hospital following a Brief illness a t us ident Herr to years or thrasher was born june i. 1901, in Stratton a Sui of Charles thrasher and Augusta West Mink thrasher he retired from the former it k Porter co. After 28 years service and was a member of the port Homer Community Church his wife. Beulah Mae thrasher died june 6, 1978 survivors include two daughters. Mrs Frank Elisabeth Armstrong of Norwalk. Calif and mrs. Brenda Workman of Norfolk neb four sons. Lynn a a Dick thrasher Ronald til rasher Harry a Alan Quot thrasher and Dexter thrasher All of Wellsville a sister. Mrs Dorothy Keenan of Empire a brother William thrasher of Stratton 17 grandchildren and five great grandchildren services Are to be held tuesday at i so pm at the Dawson funeral Home in. East Liverpool by the Rev. Elaine Van Dyke burial is to be in Island Creek Ometery Toronto friends May Call at the funeral Home monday afternoon and night to Tomomi Stanley East Palestine services Are to be held saturday at i to p in at the Van Dyk Swaney funeral Home for mrs. Rosamond l. Stanley 62, of 3673 n pleasant or. Burial is to be in Crest Haven memorial Garden friends May Call at the funeral Hume tonight from 7 to the Rev b k. Kean is pastor mrs Stanley died wednesday at 8.35 p in at Salem Community Hospital from a heart condition she was Horn March 21, 1921, in Manchester a daughter of Robert Hardman and Rosa Reynolds Hardman survivors include her husband Clyde a Stanley whom Abe married oct to 1940, three sons Ronald b Stanley of Fontana Cali Donald r. Stanley of Longview Texas and Clifford Allen Stanley of East Palestine two daughters mrs Evelyn Smith and mrs Gayle Flickinger. Both of East Palestine two Brothers Robert Hardman of East Palestine and Hubert Hardman of Stockton calif., four Sisters mrs Andrew Georgia Brier mrs Norman Bess Peters and mrs. Ada Gorby All of East Palestine and mrs Geneva Oliver of Warren 12 grandchildren and a great grandchild Chariot Baylet new Cumberland w a services Are being arranged at the Fields funeral Home for Charles a Boyles. 71, of 406 straight St. Who died thursday in the Royal Pavilion extended care Center in Steubenville Bertha Young Columbiana mrs Bertha m Young 94, of a Park ave died thursday at 2 45 p m at the North Hills passavant Hospital in Pittsburgh where she had been a patient three Days she had resided Here 53 years coming from Salem mrs Young was born july ii 1888. In new Brighton a daughter of Rudolph Berchtold and Louise Rosenmund Berchtold she was a member of the first urn Lait methodist Church and its comm i Christian Temperance Union on nov 22, 1910, she was married to Walter d Young Ile died in 1967 survivors include a son. David Young of Columbiana three Sisters mrs Anna de Walt and miss Edith Bur Echtold of Gibsonia a and miss Eleanor Birchtold of Bogata. Columbia and a granddaughter services Are to tie held Mno Kiy at i p in at the Warrie Hummer funeral Horne by lie Rev Donald Newland Ennis May Call at the funeral Home Hie hour prior to us service burial is to be in Collen Buna cemetery scouts leaders honoured Sale Keady. Three sixth Grade entrepreneur St heaver naval Public St Hoot display item which will be offered for Sale to the Public this thursday evening at the school gymnasium the items were made by Quot car per a Boas Quot formed by sixth Grade classes. Capital was provided by shareholders in the project. Pictured Are left to right i Melinda Diamond Alison Keller and Keith Jackson. Photo by Fred it Iller i Beaver local plans Sale Dishi Gladh Logan Sunbury services Are to be held saturday for due Gina m argan 40. Of 14610 route 37, who was pronounced dead on arrival at Otterbein clime in Westerville from an apparent heart attack or Logan was bom in Hammondsville sept 15,1942, a son of Harry Logan and Rosie Mccormick Itigan of Sunbury lie worked in Columbus or 1-Ogan was a member of the Church of the Nazarene he graduated from Asbury College in Wilmore Brand received his matter s degree from Ohio stale University besides his parents sur Vivon include his wife Jane a a cd Moody Logan his children Mark Logan Melissa Logan and Amy Ligan All at Home and a sister mrs Terry a Bonnie a Houser of a Ronburg ind the rites Are to be held saturday at la a in. Al the Devore funeral itome where friends May Call today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p in burial is to be in Trenton cemetery an exercise in the operations of corporations companies and Man fac luring will culminate in a Sale this thursday at the Beaver Faical Public school gymnasium More than to different items ranging from a Wacky water toys to chocolate Candy will be offered to the Public from 6 30 to 8 it prices Range from 25 cents to 84 the items which sell will repay stockholders a mainly friends pit rents and teachers of the sixth graders involved a and generate profits to be divided among the company personnel if some items done to sell a Well that s the Way business sometimes goes. Teachers Deloris Hall Sharon keys and Derby clutter guided their students Over the past weeks As they Learned the ins and outs of organization investment production and packaging and pricing not every class did thirds the same Way mrs Hall s class split into seven companies each making a different product hard tack Candy water toys potted plants candles a a bed a dolls pot holders and place Mats each had a company president and other officers and will have to stand or fall court sets nine cases municipal judge John b Mcdonald thursday set arraignment or hearing Date for nine defendants Many it the cases Sot thursday were continued because Ute court was Iii the maid of a jury trial thai began wednesday. The following cases were continued until june 9 Gary Rig Dun of Ray St charged with Del using expires License tags and having no Brake lights Steven Wayne Hull of Croft ave assault in Lorena Lynn Wright of Dewey ave Dennis Akrus of Orchard St. Criminal trespass at Hoer tiers tavern Hubert fiches of Beeth Wood bt., assault i Rick Carter of Uhm Erie stand John Hailey of 640 Henry ave Wellsville receiving . Stock Market new von u8ii 5toe to Allied up Allis Chaim i6v� a Alcoa Amu j 4. I not am can 4r% 4�?~. A a Cyan am motor by a am it 46 a co is. Bol i howl Batisti 42v 224 a Boeing 36u a Dupac a 1 a cetane Chrysler is a 26 a cot Acot con up ill 2d. Dayton do it in 7jv, i is. Dupont 454 a e Altern air St a Kodak 14v. Eaton 40<a, Evan i is a Exxon is1 a fir Stone 2j4 Ford motor a dynamic 44 41 Gen Al i0s7 Gnu f do on to 4x4 is 66 a a Cdr Ich 40 4 a of too v 0 mity is >4 2? a a Hannam 25 Ingrid ism 46. A Hou it int Harvest final i a t 34 a 4 Kellogg 26 j a Kroger 40u. I o f 14 4. Mohi corp 29u it a Mon int 40 t a Motorola 114 j n Nib to it Gyp net stent 3 i 33 24. Owen la 33 i h pan am air 6�?T 4 Penney Pep co Polaroid 0 v h 374s a i pig i prix Igi is i Quot i Ria 24 it re steel 23 a Reynold pm 31 4 a Roc kill 54 a sear 364 it lbs 354 4 34. Is std ind 44. Stoilow 44 a t entice 34 a Texaco 14 u Timken 62 4 Tran w or 24t. Ual j4 4 it unc 47 it 13 uniroyal pfc steel 24vupjohn w in i on 574 45 we the 47. >4 Walpool Siv �?T4 Woolwo so Xerox 444 4 Zenith Rad in a stolen property a a mantel Cluck allegedly stolen from i Arr Kinlaw of Sophia St other casks set several other cases were set for various dates William t Pluim of e ninth St pleaded innocent to a do i charge his Case Wax set june 21 a preliminary hearing was set june 2 for Scott Ingram of e fourth by charged with burglary of an unoccupied Structure Lee Rowe of Riverside ave Wellsville pleaded innocent to a criminal mischief charge his hearing was set june ii trial was set june 14 for Debra Jean Alford it Chester rid who pleaded mom ent to charges of dw1 and resisting arrest Fri Munno ent Lee Nelson of 627 fourth ave Lachutt was found innocent follow Uig a trial on a charge of assault March 28 on Robert White. 14 the affidavit was signed by Janet White of Simms in two other cases were dismissed on payment of costs they were Biose of Teresa Murphy of i Stem St and David Murphy of Edgewood ave both accused of a litre Toothy orders of fire inspector Richard Higgins on the Success of its product mrs. Clutter s class chartered a single corporation with is business divisions shares were sold at to cents apiece and to supervisory positions were created �?o32 inc a named after the room number will offer wooden Plant hangers and holders wooden Pencil and Crayon holders wooden desk top bookshelves tissue Flowers foam race cars scented Bath salts a Sun catchers a yardstick holders scissor holders Woven place Mats coasters frustration pencils a refrigerator Magnet dolls Clothespin key rings and Woven baskets mrs keys room will offer Sand Art chocolate Candy hand puppets t shirt tron i transfers Jelly. Spice hungers school and Teofe Vional sport pennants Iger puppets stuffed toys and Book markers hard w orking burglar takes $36 in store despite strenuous efforts in breaking into an East Liverpool grocery thursday night or Early today a burglar got Only for his trouble police said the loot at Kayla a Market at 246 w fourth St was com prised of 825 in pennies and to i in one Dollar Bills removed from a display card used to take donations to the american cancer society officers said the intruder went into a trash storage area at the rear of he store then pried boards off a cellar window the burglar made an unsuccessful attempt to pry r d door leading upstairs intruder then removed wards from the floor and crawled through an opening about it by 12 inches he left his Small crowbar behind Here anti there Iii area Ltd a Liverpool and Vicinity Lisbon several boy scout leaders and members of the Columbiana county boy scout Council were honoured for their work in the scouting Birt in thursday evening Al annual recognition dinner at Camp Mckinley. The highest awards Given by the Council include the Council award the District award of Merit and the Silver Beaver award. The Council award is unique to the Columbiana county Council and is Given to a person who has demonstrated the a ability to inspire others to give of their time and resources to the boy scout of America a the award was Given to Martha Morgan of the District committee of new Waterford the District award of Merit went to Daniel Floes. Scoutmaster of troop 18 of Columbiana and Thomas r. Callahan District chairman of Lisbon the Silver Beaver if the highest award a local Council May present to one of its members. It is a National District award presented through the local District for outstanding and lasting service the Silver Beaver was awarded to Robert Bertsch y of the District committee of East Liverpool and Robert p. Kenyon scout Ranger of Lisbon those who received the loggers award for service include Hope Adkins. Ron transcription seminar set an informational seminar for the formation Ai the Eastern Ohio chapter of the american association of medical transcription is scheduled for saturday from la Arn to 4 pm at the Timberland restaurant and motor inn in Salem the association is a nonprofit organization whose primary goals Are to offer information about medical transcription education for medical transcription and open communications bet Ween medical Tran Tripti Olesi professionals or Gene h Sarn ebon of the potters medical Center is to be guest lecturer he is to discuss a the crazy language of the neurosurgeon hath Pepinski a certified medical transcriptionist from Michigan and association treasurer also is to speak the 112 registration fee is to include lunch admission the lecture Only is 85 to Kel rated from Hospital Edmond Braham 71, of 13754 East Liverpool re Lisbon has been released from City Hospital where he had been admitted april 36 with injuries sustained in one in cup truck Accident near Lun k Camp i marriage licenses Arite Davis 48, of East Liverpool Potter and Blanda Bailey 43, of East Liverpool Michael a la bocce 23, of Leeome and Pamela s. Dickson 22, of Washingtonville Secretary Lee f Holland 49, of East Liverpool service representative and Mary leu Howard 50, of East Liverpool Raymond l hams 38, of East Liverpool Engineer and Irene m. Smith Harris 43, of Steubenville social worker Honor clarified Hon White received a beat actor award at the East Liverpool High school senior Assembly wednesday not Don White As hated in a review report of the event degree received i Maries Robert Wolfe son of or and mrs. Robert Wolfe of 47874 Lincoln St East Liverpool received a master s degree in business management during commencement exercises at Wake Forest University May 16 Southall accepts Job Helen Louise Southall daughter of or and mrs Bernie k Southall of 353 Moore St., a accepted a Sitron with budget rent a a in Carrollton Texas. Southall completed the company s travel training program through the Wilma Boyd career schools incan Pittsburgh graduating get 19. 1962 she was graduated from East Liverpool High school in 1980 Community Calendar saturday picnic 8t the Ohio sex civilian conservation corps members Are to Boid a reunion and b saturday at Virginia ill state Park on route i. North of Akron Gates Are to open Atta m prizes and free entertainment Are to be provided the event is open to members of the corps and their families those at tending Are to bring their own food plus an extra Cove dish. According to Mervin Hupp program re Sel a Channel 9 television program on East Liverpool High school s scholarship program is to be aired at 12 30 p in saturday on the Steubenville Channel principal John Weaver supt Richard Jordan and guidance Counselor Ness in Davis taped the program last week rummage and Hake Sale set the rummage Sale now in Progress at the Calvary United ites Terian Church in Salineville is to be continued through saturday from 9 a in to amp p rn., the Rev. Clyde Davis jr., has announced. Saturday Sale planned the indies auxiliary to american legion Post 114 is to sponsor a bake Sale saturday beginning at to a in in the lobby of the Post Home on Washington St. Newell fat meeting set the Jefferson school Parent teacher association is to meet for the final session of the school year thursday at 7 pm. In the school lunchroom Tyrone Price and the fifth grads band is to present the program business is to include the installation of 19834m officers mrs Kathy Anderson is to conduct the business session Munday event misted ascension Day is to be observed when the Pilgrim commander no 55, knights Templar meets at Centenary United method Church in East Palestine sunday at Iii la a in members Are to meet Al the East Palestine masonic Temple at to Ida in Charles Norman is com Vanlier fauns met meeting the Calcutta Lions Chib is scheduled to meet Munday at 6 to p in at the Home of Rose Duncan for its regular dinner meeting according to Lee Rice president teacher s met meeting sunday school teachers at the East Liverpool Church of god Are to meet saturday at 6 pm at the Ridgeview or Nome of Tony Pawloski Bob Burlingame is superintendent saturday male slated the Campground Community building committee is to sponsor a Flea Market and bake Sale saturday from 9 to 5 p in at the Hall on Gamp Roud re table space is available by contacting Della Garvin at 385-7924 proceed Are to Benefit the building fund according to Ben Garvin president. Stolen car found a 1960 four door Sedan which Delores Barney of id Ohio ave reported stolen Freiji a Pennsylvania ave service station lot thursday night was recovered at 12 39 . Today on Park a Liverpool township East Liverpool officers advised Way by Pule dance planned White shrine of Jerusalem Lodge 21, is to sponsor a dance for members and guests saturday beginning 7 to p m at the Wellsville masonic Temple Peggy Sims is worthy High priestess tuesday dinner announced Ceramic Rebekah Lodge 286 is to sponsor a Mother daughter Cove dish dinner tuesday at 6p m at the Lodge Hall on w sixth St. Hazel Tittle to dinner chairman Mph meeting misted the East Liverpool business and professional women club Board of directors is to meet monday at 7 30 pm. At the East Liverpool area credit Union Linda Pyle is president Flea Market planned proceeds from sundays Flea Market sponsored by the Westgate elementary school Parent teacher organization Are to Benefit the Jimmy Lowe fund according to Joe Weller Shotae president the sate is to be in operation from to Arn to 8 to on the school parking lot Able space is available for >3. Individuals or organizations Are to Supply their own table Ope Adkins. Amrein Fred Baird. Paul Barnes Robert Bem Storf Robert Bertschy Robert Bilsky Joe Blazer. Oms Bosworth Howard Bosworth Joan Bosworth. Ruth Ann Bosworth Susie Bosworth Bill Bryan Jeff Burt. Walter Burt Janet Callahan. Tom Callahan Bon castles. William Coleman Lucinda Corll Paul Coril Raymond Davis Ann Gai Chico Iii Terrez Mary Ann Hart Richard Hart Jack Hill. Lester Hissom David Holeczy William Holeczy Jim Houchim Paula Jarvis Kevin Keefer Robert Keefer Robert Kenyon Dan floss Kevin Kloss Ron Kyser Richard Little tim Mcdowell Dave Merreot Dan Mignogna Jim Mohr Martha Morgan. Tim new in Chester Potts Ricky Potts Robert ran Dolph tim Reed. Jack Riddle Eileen Smith Patty Smith Norm Spiker Don thetas. Mary Ellen Turvey. Dennis Unger Rusty Unger Bill White and Debbie Young the award is presented to any scout explorer or Scouter who gives 26 hours or More service to the Camp thobe receiving veterans awards for lasting service were to years Thomas Eberhart. Assistant scoutmaster of troop 36 of East Liverpool and Donny Hen Thor be committee member of pack 200 of Lisbon 15 years Raymond Davis scoutmaster of troop 40 of East Fairfield and James r Mohr ii committee member of troop 3 of Salem 20 years Dennis Hent Home. Committee member of troop 65 of Lisbon. James r Mohr sr., scouting coordinator of pack and troop 3 of Salem and Daniel Mignogna of the District committee Twenty five year so Richard Henthorne committee member of troop 95, Lisbon 30 year a Paul r Barnes or assistant scoutmaster of troop is of Columbiana and David Williams scouting Coor dins Tor of pack and troop 92 of Lisbon and 45 years Jack Glover assistant scoutmaster of troop 19 of Wellsville Peggy Potts and Mary Allen Turvey of pack to of new Waterford received the Den leaders training award Martha Morgan Ai the District committee received the Den Leader coach award Paul r Barnes or assistant scoutmaster of troop 18, and Timothy new in assistant scoutmaster of troop 19 of Wellsville received the Scouters training award the Scouters key award went to Barnes Jeffery Burt assistant scoutmaster of troop 16 of Columbiana and William Coleman scoutmaster of troop 92 of Lisbon Burt also received the commissioners Arrowhead Honor award Burt Robert Keefer committee member of troop 19 of Wellsville. Robert Kenyon. Scout Ranger and William White program chairman received the Wood badge special awards went to Ann Gallo of the District com Mittee of Leetonia Jack Hovis Council commissioner of Salem Richard Little of the District committee of Lisbon Robert Maurer Council resident of Columbiana Amel Mignogna of the District committee of Leetonia and Peggy Potts Early ballots issued for 95 the Columbiana county election Board has issued 96 Absentee and disabled voters ballots to a Date for the june 7 primaries mrs Mary Alice Cupp. Director reminded Law allows issuance of the ballots until noon june 4 the ballots must be Back in the boards hands by 7 30 p m on june 7. Persons seeking information on eligibility the methods of applying or other data on the ballots May visit the Board at rear 120 w sixth St Telephone 385 1050 or write to the Hoard at poet office Box 35, East Liverpool 43920 truck vandalized Lisbon a Robert h. Mcllwain of Warren told Columbiana county sheriff s deputies thursday at 8 47 a in that while his 1981 pickup truck was parked at Riddle trucking co in the Lisbon Industrial Park Between sunday and thursday a Wing window was broken. Mcllwain said the Glove Box also was ransacked deputies were told Tam pm a also occurred with several other vehicles Low income units Clear Roadblock it remaining Roadblock to the construction of 25 units of a scattered site housing in Wellsville and East Liverpool has been removed with tentative approval of a contract by the Cleveland Hud office Gibbons Grable co of Canton the contractor for the 81,2 2.274 project is to first build the to Wellsville units dose out that portion of the project then construct the East Liverpool Low income housing units. Columbiana metropolitan housing authority director William Shoub said splitting the project into two parts allows the department of housing and Urban development to pay part of the total cast Early and thus save on interest costs to the firm. The pm a will own and rent the units when completed which should take about eight months the project was discussed at tuesday s meeting of the lottery no Iii Bern i Cleveland up thursday s winning Ohio lottery numbers were daily number a 751. Ticket sales totalled 81,684.863 50. With a payoff due of 8893.437 50 pick 4-6518 pick 4 ticket sales totalled 8156.364, with a payoff due of 170,499. Pick 4 81 straight bet pays 83.864 pick 4 la Box bet pays 8161 la Akk Isburgh a. Up a the winning number selected in thursday s Pennsylvania daily lottery was 465 Cha the first regular meeting involving the new chairman. Veronica Wolski. And vice chairman. Joyce Wilson Wolski succeeds Bill Robinson of Wellsville who died afters Brad illness Hud imposed several conditions on the contract with Gibbons Grable including a Chain link Fence must he installed at the rear of the East Liverpool Michigan ave site a existing structures must be razed on Commerce St in Wellsville and on Hanley. Caddo. Lisbon. Smithfield and Michigan ave. Sites in East Liverpool a Faical zoning ordinances must be observed and municipal water and sewer utilities used shoud said the Wellsville units will be filled immediately after construction. During construction of the East Liverpool units in other Cha developments Hud recommended that the housing authority take a corrective action to ensure participation in contracts for supplies and services and housing con tracts by minorities the department urged the Cha to develop a minority business entrepreneurship program. Broaden the procurement area to include Oun Slown Canton Akron and Steubenville and take Steps to Force contractors and subcontractors to hire minorities in contract bid specifications. Hud suggested the Cha should require contractors to submit proof of minority business participation of not their bids should be rejected Hud asked for document to on by june i that the Cha is making the changes Holiday advertising deadlines publishers Date deadline Mon. May 30. 25. 5 00 pm midweek extra. 26. 5 00 pm tues. May 31 thurs. May 26 5 00 pm wed. June i 27. 12 00 pm

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