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East Liverpool Evening Review Newspaper Archives May 20 1983, Page 5

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East Liverpool Evening Review (Newspaper) - May 20, 1983, East Liverpool, Ohio Students honoured at Wellsville High Wellsville out standing academic students at Wellsville High school have been honoured at the school s annual awards Assembly. The National Honor society inducted to members of the Junior class into the local chapter according to guidance Counselor Marilyn 0 Mara inducted were Doug Beech son of or and mrs Jack Beech Cindy Amato daughter of or and mrs Charles Amato Susan Chronister. Daughter of or and mrs. Philip Chronister Susan Headley daughter of or and mrs Paul Headley. Tim Mcnicol son of or and mrs Thomas Mcnicol Mark Dumbauld. Son of or and mrs de Dumbauld Vanessa Drysdale daughter of or and mrs James Drysdale Mary Ann Trainer daughter of or. And mrs Frank Trainer Mark Sheridan son of or. And mrs David Palmer and Edmond Irizarry son of or. And mrs Albert Donahue the initiation ceremony was conducted by society president Dan Crews with a a sensations by Ann Smith Kristy Lombardozzi Gretchen Gooch Paul Howell and Andrew Hart students and guests were welcomed to wednesdays awards Assembly at the be scorn memorial gymnasium by Angiola Briggs opening musical selections were presented by the Wellsville High school choir under the direction of Betty Prince lira Betz daughter of or and mrs. Earl Betz was recognized As the Winner of the a a voice of democracy a contest presenting certificates to All participants were mrs Elsie Carpenter and miss Gretchen Gooch of the Wellsville vow auxiliary Post 9285. And Kenneth Carter of the vow Post. Student Council service recognition medals presented by sponsor Marilyn of Hara went to Angiola Briggs president Sheila Mccoy vice president Debbie Singleton Secretary and Cassie Jobe Secretary certificates were awarded to Council representatives Kara Congrove Stacey Howell Mike Mccutcheon Steve Pullie sue Swogger Cochran. Grace Giu Eam Suzette Rose Joe Skrinjar. Cindy Amato. Jerry Gibson Robert Palmer Amy Shaffer Debbie Brown Zina Hancock Bobbie Mattern. Peggy Steffen. Mary Ann Trainer and Tammy Taylor. Alternates receiving certificates included Scott Bauer. Brett Geer Dennis Lambo Frank Sivelle Kelly Wright Kim Dotson. Tracy Jobe Frank Pucci Tammy Stoffel Doug Beech Jill end chs Maria Sullivan Terri Corbisello Gretchen Gooch. Shelly Rawlings and Duane Thornton receiving dictionary awards for a top finish in the College bowl Competition were tim Mcnicol team Captain. Mark Dumbauld Doug Beech and Kevin Malone. Writer s manuals were presented to the second place team of Andrew Hart animal Briggs. Dan Crews and Cassie Jobe certificates went to the fourth place county team representing Wellsville which included Mcnicol. Hart. Dumbauld. Beech and alternate Mike Mccutcheon the presentations were made by James Haddock Library service awards were presented by Karen Cochran to Jill Enochs. Lynda Salter. Sherry Marino. Joe Erwin Diana Mcdevitt Lori Tranter Vanessa Drysdale John Zacharias. Roger Cook Doug Phelps Steve Mcdevitt Rick ice. Mary Kay Tarnovich Stephanie Mccauley and Nikki Parrish spacial attendance awards included a two year certificate to John Drysdale and the most improved attendance certificates to Jerry Blaschak and Cheryl Montgomery future teachers of America awards were presented by dub president sentencing slated monday Lisbon sentencing in a Case of disorderly conduct against a Hanoverton Man has been set for monday by judge Duane Yeagley of the Sou til West area court Lynn Charles Cost Low of 32062 Sunset ave Hanoverton pleaded no contest to the charge thur Aday and was Foi Aid guilty. His Bond was continued Man pleads Tarry Haney of 6441 Yeager breast Liverpool pleaded not guilty to Domestic violence me was found to be indigent and the Public defender t office was assigned to the Case Bond was get at 2,000 Cash or surety _ a Cate of theft against Floyd Fok of 7121 natures Reken sing ton was dismissed on a Mot Ion by Lisbon Village which flied the Case. Ann Smith to the following students sophomores Penny Smith Christa Carroll Paula Whiteman Kim Dotson Cindy Shanks. Julie Mercer Erika Reith. Gina Amato. Kevan Tice Anne Rivere Mary Floyd and Carla Fetty. Juniors included John Carr Tom Wilson Jerry Gibson Victor Hipsley de Irizarry Maris Sullivan Amy Arbaugh Kathy Albaneso Karenina Tice and Tracy Dean. Seniors receiving awards were Roy Duffield Ron Elliott Don Elliott Chrisy Skrinjar Shelly Rawlings Bob Swogger Rocky Pugliano Ann Smith. Peggy Steffen Jenny Lewis Debbie Brown Zina Hancock Starr Laclair Darlene Stillwell Kelly Jackson Jackson. Amy Woyan and Diane Tranter. Officers in the organization include Smith vice president Peggy Smith Secretary Bob Swogger and treasurer Debbie Brown yearbook adviser Cathy Wollam presented yearbook awards to Christine Lombardozzi editor and Vicky thrasher assistant editor. Darlene Stillwell received a Book award from Eileen Bush for being named the outstanding secretarial student. Silver Charm awards were presented to office student secretaries Cathy Joy Tracy Dean Cindy Wilson and Stephanie Winland mathematics awards were presented for excellence in trigonometry to tim Mcnicol business mathematics to Kelli Wright and the mathematical association of America award to Lisa Betz. The Bausch and in it my science award was presented to Andrew Lindberg Christy Lombardozzi received the excellence in senior English award and the Estelle Elton memorial for excellence in Sophomore English was awarded to Grace Giuliani the Ruth Kerr award for excellence in american history presented by Randy Young went to Kevin Malone Howard Gilger presented the Dar Good citizen award to Angiola Briggs and the outstanding artist award was Given to Jay Fife. Presented by Wayne Vernon senior cheerleader awards thespian awards were presented by Paula Wright went to Lori Hardman Sheila Mccoy and Tracy Pullie. Re to the following Honor Roll Brussels sprouts a close relative of cabbage have been sold in Belgium since the 12th Century the vegetable takes its name from the City of Brussels a pins were i following n students who attained a 3 6or better Grade Point average freshmen Scott Bauer Bryan Calhoun. Troy Carter. Julie Crews Keith Crews Hon Glaab Tabitha Johnson Mary Kavanagh. Paige Ludwig Lynda Salter. Amy Stoakes. Anil Thomas. Denise Vanmeter Tonya Whitaker and Kelli Wright. Sophomores include Kirk Bette Edge Grace Giuliani Dale Palmer Penny Smith Terri Tranter and Paula Whiteman. Juniors Cindy Amato. Doug Beech. Pam Brown Vanessa Drysdale. Mark Dumbauld Lisa Hurd Kevin Malone Alan Mcelhaney tim Mcnicol. Mark Sheridan. Frank Sims Mark sours Maria Sullivan and Mary Ann Trainer seniors honoured included Sheldon Bach Lisa Betz. Vicky Buchanan thrasher. Dan Crews. Jodi Dotson Kelly Jackson Cindy Imburgia Cataldo Cassie Jobe Jenny Lewis Andrew Lindberg. Sheila Mccoy sue Miller Darlene Stillwell. Diane Tranter Laurie Toth Angela Walker and Kathy Woodward. Juniors Doug Beech and Vanessa Drysdale received Book awards As outs Landing Junior students High school principal Paul Blevins presented Gold cords to the top to students of the graduating class which include Dan Crews son of or and mrs Richard Crews Usa Betz daughter of or and mrs Earl Betz Sheila Mccoy daughter of or and mrs David Mccoy Paul Howell son of or. And mrs Paul Howell Darlene still wed. Daughter of or and mrs Richard Stillwell Sheldon Bach son of or and mrs Raymond Bach Angula Briggs daughter of or and mrs William Briggs and Gretchen Gooch daughter of Henry Gooch and the late Marceline Gooch. Blevins also presented trophy awards to valedictorian Andrew Lindberg son of the Rev and mrs Melvin Undberg and to Saluta Tonan Cassie Jobe daughter of or and mrs Jack Jobe senior Pam Pullie received the vow District athlete of the year award presented by Kenneth Carter of poet 9285 National Honor society members presented sponsor Marilyn of Hara a hanging Basket of silk Flowers and the student Council officers gave her red roses. Five freshmen Honor students Paige Ludwig Lynda Salter Denise Vanmeter Kelli Wright and Keith Crews assisted the induction of the new National Honor society members. Friday May 26,1983 East Liverpool. Ohio the evening review s water pressure hiked on Heights welding Supply. Jim Hall uses a hand truck to move tanks of acetylene and oxygen at his new welding and Supply business on Calcutta Smiths ferry re. Near the intersection with route 176. Photo by Fred Miller welding firm opening slated Jim hat thinks there is a crying need for a welding Supply business in the East Liverpool area that coupled with the fact he is a casualty of last year s closing of the Crucible steel division in Midland led him to Start Hall s welding and Supply at 49037 Calcutta Smiths ferry re the first Day of business is to be monday. Hall was at Crucible 19 years working in welding and welding repair in the stainless department the new business offers welding services either at the shop or from a Mobile unit on a 24 hour emergency basis he will also offer a full line of Lincoln welders and accessories Victor acetylene and oxygen torches and gauges welding rods sales or rental of Gas tanks welding accessories and medical gases such As oxygen and nitrous oxide he can obtain Carbon dioxide for soda Fountain carbonation or other special gases he said within about two weeks. Hall plans to have an Gas tank filling service he will be assisted by his sons. Jim 19 Greg. 16. And his wife Pat they also have a daughter Alicia. 8 the family resides at 492u0 Berkshire re two teens fined on Dpi charges Lisbon two teen age Drivers were fined for driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs when they appeared in juvenile court wednesday Keith h Kelly. 16, of 51306 Carmel Achor rd., Negley was fined $50 and costs is not to apply for a Drivers License until his 18th birthday anniversary on sept 29, 1984. Without the court s per Mission is to attend Dpi school at Kent state University and to pay the costs a second charge of Dpi was dismissed. Richard p Culler 18, of Amsterdam was tined $350. Given a six month Driver s License suspension and was ordered to attend Dpi classes lit also was tined $10 and costs for making a a turn at a crossover marked Quot nou turn a f Ine d for Speed those assessed fines for Speed Fig and or Given a driving privilege suspension on speeding charges were Diana l Beck. Or of Alo Benton resale driving 69 Miles an hour us and costs. Jay a Watterson 17, of 460 country club of. Salem. 73 Miles an hour is Day suspension and Suc osts David e Enterline. 17, of wit w vain St., new Waterford 66 Miles an hour la Day suspension and us costs Lisa c Smith 16, of 257 e state St. Salem 70 Miles an hour 15 Day suspension red us costs and Brenda s r it Ogle 17 of 7634 s the St Beloit la Miles an hour 72 Day suspension and s22 and costs violations listed fined Tor other various traffic offences were Wayne a Nicol. I7, of 4625 Union ave Homeworth reckless operation 120 and costs. John w caste let. 16. Of 7001 Marble re Kensington disobeying a Stop sign Sjo and costs Timothy j Campbell 16. Of 1261 Robin ave Salem unlawful operation of a vehicle without displaying valid registration plates s15 and costs Scott e Rowley 16 0# 15795 fast Liverpool recast Liverpool no Drivers License 115 arid costs Jeffrey a Rowley 17, of 15795 fast Liverpool Toast Liverpool operating an off Road vehicle on a Public High Way Christopher l Shank 17, of 49370 Carmel Achor Verogers reasonable Speed for conditions Sto and c osts Tracey l strobe16, of 44650 route 154, Lisbon left of Center Sto and costs and Michael j water Beck 16. Of 979 Morris St., Salem operating a motor vehicle without exercising control and attention to same Sjo and costs and payment of any damages Aret Man join securities firm Robert i Robbins of Industry has joined the firm of Thomson Mckinnon securities inc. In the Beaver Falls Plaza. Beaver Falls As a Stock broker Robbins was previously employed by the furrier Colt industries. Midland he received a Bachelor degree from Indiana University of Pennsylvania he and Ilia wife. Hobble have a son raising the level of water in the one useable Henry ave. Standpipe has boosted pressure for customers in the pleasant Heights area the Board of Public utilities was told thursday night by water supt Edgar Tanley there was an increase of 8 toll pounds pressure per Square Inch for to customers in the residential area after the level in the water tank was raised to w within five feet of the overflow Tanley said the pressure still is less than 50 pounds in the Heights area although it formerly ranged Between 50 and 60 pounds he said. Quot some of the customers i talked with said they see a Little difference Quot Taniey said he said a break in a service line or main on Grandview ave a May be part of the problem Quot of Low pressure pleasant Heights draws its water from the stand Type. There Are two of the water towers on Henry ave but one has been taken out of service completely because of deterioration a $2,000 allocation Given the water department to help tear Down an unused smokestack at the Klondyke Plant May be turned Back because there is no Way it can be utilized by june 30. As the regulations require Tanley reported the $2,000 was one of the allocations made out of approximately $14,000 left Over from the current Small cities Nock Grant allotment Tanley said the lowest estimate he obtained on razing the stack was $7,500 to service a navigation Light atop the water plants Ohio Tanley said wire now has been received to restore ligation Light Plant s Ohio River intake pier the wire was broken weeks ago. Perhaps by a tree Drifting downstream he reported previously a temporary Battery powered signal is operating atop the pier to warn River Craft away from the Structure Concrete anchors will be obtained to hold the wire on the River Bottom Tanley said the signal will be restored As soon As the River level drops and the Job can be done safely he said Joseph Mercer chairman reminded that the Board will meet at noon monday at the travellers hotel with the financial planning amp supervision committee the organization that serves As watchdog of cite finances during a state declared fiscal emergency the commission instructed the Hoard in pm tiers to report what Steps they have taken to keep the water department within its budget for the balance of 1983 the Board recently ordered the Layoff of five employees which it said will save $40,000 for the balance of the year it also has discussed a a very Small increase in water rates a but no Enning action has been taken at the last meeting. Mercer said the increase prob any would be in the area of 5 cents per i too Gallons the Board referred to i a director David Buzzard a complaint on water Bills from John Pardell of Dresden ave Pardell said he has received two Bills one for $341 and another for $240 he said he is buying the property from his aunt who is a patient in a nursing Home he said the current charges against the property accrued under his occupancy total $33 a the former occupant woman picked for Job with water office mrs Rhea Powell of 1501 St Clair ave was appointed to the clerk stenographer s Post office thursday night by the in the City water department several penalized by court for Dpi Lisbon Sievera i people were fined and sentenced for driving while under the in flu Noe of alcohol thursday when they appeared before judge Duane Yeagley of the Southwest area court William j Watson. 29, of 8524 Jacobs i Wigtown re Lisbon pleaded no contest to Dpi he was found guilty arid fined $250 his License was suspended for six months and i was sentenced to ism Days in the county jail Vayla m Harker 28. Of Toronto. Ohio. Pleaded guilty i Mph joined and continued Lisbon the civil Case of the Southern let Cal teacher n association co Cheryl Blinsky of 467 Cherry Park Avei As Oma is. Harry Brown of 37940 route 39, Salineville and the same is Ronald Gelbaugh of 451 Columbia St., Leetonia filed in Southwest area court tuts been continued to a Dale at the court s convenience. The cases will be tried As one a Date will lie set for sometime in july or August when the court Case May be tried for an entire Day the two men Are teachers with the Southern local schools and Are accused of re using to pay dues of $2 <6 each to the teachers association for 1982 83 woman fined for conduct Lisbon a West Virginia woman was fined a m by disorderly conduct tuesday evening when she appeared before mayor Joseph Chapman of the Village mayor court Carol a Barrickman 21. Of Chester. W pleaded no contest to the charge she was found guilty and fined $100 Bonds for be it d James t Mccullough of of 47194 route 154. Elkton Tor touted s46 Tor speeding the following people forfeited s4i Tor various traffic offences mar e Spence. 60, of 19006 Grant of Lisbon speeding Jack e Nichols. 27, of Youngstown failure to Stop for a Stop sign and Stanley j Hud Creston. 22, of 207 Sherman St Lisbon failure to Stop within assured Clear distance Coiner k your. A route 164 Lisbon pm. Guilty to Dpi Bond 11,000 recognizance to Dpi was fined $250 and sentenced to three Day in jail her License was also suspends for six months Linda k Taylor 39, of Newell w a. Withdrew her plea of not guilty to do i and entered a plea of guilty she was fined $250 and sentenced to three Day in the county jail her License was also suspended for by months charge ame Noe o a Case of Dpi against Ronald c Newlun of Martha is i ast Liverpool was amended to reckless operation he withdrew his plea of not guilty and entered a plea of guilty he was fined Sloo and his License was suspended for 90 Day v with credit Given for his suspension during Penner y a Case of Dpi against William j Cataldo. 41, of Glasgow re Wellsville was amended to disorderly conduct while in lox in ated he withdrew his plea of not guilty and entered a plea of guilty he was tined Hoo woman pleads Esther r Gbur 46 of 1249 lie acted not was set at and her License was suspended during pen de be y people fined John j Michele Jill of 1219 St Clair ave e ast Liverpool pleaded no contest to speeding tie was found guilty and fined Sto John g Ingram to of Youngstown pleaded no contest to speeding he was found guilt y and fined its Richard j Grier 26, of 711 j Bradshaw ave fast Liverpool also pleaded no contest to speeding was found guilty and fined Sis Allen l Morris 19 of 685 route 45, Lisbon pleaded guilty to failure to display n at Halloo plates and was Tutere so Bonos forfeited Jeffrey Lyons. 73, of Chicago. Ill forfeited s9? Tor speeding Muhael i pig Ori 73, 11374 Salem Warren re Salem forfeited i to Tor failure to Stop with assured tear distance Frank Pucci. 4j. Of 70j2 Chester ave. Wellsville Tor felted v46 Tor driving an unsafe Vehn in Robert b Faulkner. 71, of 285/6 Camo Tiem re. Hanoverton forfeited <46 for failure to Stop Tor a Slop sign the following people forfeited $46 for speeding Timothy l Stout tee 37, of route 172. Lisbon Theresa a Wolf to of 3021 route 164. Leetonia Jerome t Klein 7 of Warren. Jane l Unkefer. 52, of 5411 Fairfield school re Colum Biana Jack l Woy 4/ of Hammondsville James t Givonetti 51. Of Youngstown Gary e Mcmanus 19, of Youngstown Patricia a Kaufman 49, of 111$ Christian place East Liverpool and Daren e Way 45 of Bay Village Board of Public utilities she was named from a list of three names certified by the civil service commission As a result of a competitive exam for the the Job pay $5 72 hourly Powell will replace Rhonda Jarrett of lotto Pennsylvania ave. Who has held the Job a a provisional appointee since mid january. Jarrett was appointed pending the exam to fill the Job permanently the vacancy resulted when Barbara Perorazio was promoted to Billing clerk to replace mrs Sara Davis who transferred to a Job in the department s Klondyke Plant Powell will assume the poet a soon As Jarrett a Iwen Given the termination notice required under City regulations Powell now is employed a a real estate sales person Tor dryer really a native of Newark Alai a graduate of Zanesville High school she has rest ski in East livery so Ainee january 1982 she is a laughter of or and mrs Philip Duckworth of East Liverpool Duckworth is manager of the local burial Security office Mother of three Powell studied real estate work at he Kent state University East Liverpool Campus would not allow anyone to enter to read the meter and would not read the meter Tanley told the Hoard. Quot we installed a new Remote Reading meter and someone heat it to pieces Quot some of the Billing reflects charges for the meter he said. The Hoard voted to refer to City Council a claim for $248 la from David Williams of John St for alleged damage to a Furnace in his Home As a result of a water break in the Vicinity Tanley said the break was about 400 feet from the Home the Board also referred to Buzzard a request for a Bill rebate from Dorothy Hun sicker of Wedgewood ave Mercer said a a line broke behind a Wall on the claimant s property Tanley reported on the recent cleaning of the wet Well at the Klondyke Plant he said the City Crew Hopes to repair two Large screens which Are located at the Bottom of the pit to keep foreign objects from flowing into the Plant water from the intake pier flows into the wet Well we got some Angle Iron and we w ill Weld the screens. Tanley said he said As a result Quot we May get by until next year Quot before replacing the screens two members of the Board attended Mercer and Clarence a dutch Quot Wright Earl Spencer the third member was absent the next meeting is to in june 2 after adjournment the Utard went into executive session on Mercer motion to a discuss some lines that May be connected illegally to our system requiring Legal a Bon a i hour service Witzel cleaners a of was Kmim a Emi Fremo in amp have a Pool party Mav a unique party for your Nixt set cd Al occas&k5n of can accommodate your group at an affordable Price calf 386-5858. A special prices for Caro parties Best us est Erh a for it it members. 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