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Morgantown Morning Reporter (Newspaper) - February 15, 1977, Morgantown, West Virginia 2a�?the morning reporter tuesday february 15, 1977�?Morgantown, . Pulse of the City University Hospital births or. And mrs. Irvin Platter. Grantsville. Md., a girl at 5 10 . Friday. Or. And mrs. Victor Trimble it. 9. A boy at 7 06 . Saturday. Preston memorial admissions John Haddix. Philippi Wilma Lantz Reedsville Mary sheets Newburg. Discharges Thurston Stem ple Anna Jane Metheny Geneveive Mankins. Donna Hillary. Volunteers Mary Sterling Gay Childs. Grafton City admissions mrs. Opal Mccartney of Grafton and Richard Roberts of Washington Ohio. Discharges Thurl Wilfong. Stanley Stafford. Ellis Bolyard Coletta Stewart James Sapp and Andy Moore. Monon Galia general downtown division medicals Robert Yost 151 fair or or. Claude Castine. 1136 Richwood ave. James Godfrey 1386 Somerset St. Pina Mcclung 432 Hess St. Ilene Cobun. It. 7 Winona Brewer of Core Whitmore Billings Apt. 106 Chesnut Hills Cheryl Montgomery. It. 6 Elsie Blosser. It. To Beverly Ruf 380 Dorsey ave. Surgical a Donald Bell Blacksville Dorothy Rock. Smithfield a. Pamela sheets Independence and Tina Haun. It. 9. Discharges Joanne Hose Lucy Street Raymond Malone Jesse Turner Homer Mcgilton jr., Anabel sterner Wanda Beall Barbara Hamrick and Gertrude Vine. Monon Galia general births or. And mrs. Carlton Shillinburg. Of Adah. Pa., twins a boy and girl at 4 18 and 4 19 pm saturday or. And mrs. Jack pack jr., Cassville a son at 5 52 . Saturday or. And mrs. Everett Stone of Newburg. A daughter at 4 56 . Saturday or. And mrs. Frederick Barlow of Albright a son at 8 53 . Sunday or. And mrs. Mottie Panzone of Park Street a son at 7 14 . Sunday. Medicals George Henry Hiser. 668 s. View St. Dana Skidmore. Richard Avenue Kathryn Watkins scenery drive James Hunt. Parkway Plaza Ira Hooton Denver Avenue Bronwen Maust Westover Sony Nita Stevenson Newburg Pearl Trickett it. 8 James Ketchem of Wana Nicholas Petrovich of Masontown a. Phyllis Huggins of Dilliner a. Surgical so Clara Orteza. Jacobs drive Mary Fazen Baker of Brockway Susan Smith. Bon Vista apts. Quen Tine Petitte Westover Naomi Hartley of Pursglove Beatrice Lyons it. 4 Beverly Smith it. 7 Gloria linger it. La Frank Fike Bruceton Mills John ours of Thomas Josephine Solomon Osage Diane Bryner Greensboro a. Discharges Reed ice Nin neck Ernest Burge Ray Stewart Brandy Carpenter Benjamin Lipscomb Lori Foy and baby daughter Robert Willinger Paul Robison Sharon Turner and baby girl Martha Davis Jerod Tennant Richard Shaffer Harley Moreland Laura Culberson Ellen Stewart and Charles Hunt. Morning report City police court gras trav Oniki of of if Franklin Ava. A flood Sis on monday or disregarding a traffic signal. Robert Ray Campbell 22, of 2 Richland Avo. Was fined s25 on monday for hazardous driving. Ross Bell jr., Wheeling was fined Sis on monday for two parking in restricted zone parking violations. David Caln Parkersburg was fined Sis on monday for parking in a restrict of zone. Accidents Monon Galia City police investigated a two car Accident at 4 ii . Monday on University Avenue in front of Stewart real estate. Pamela nay Evans 20, of to Willowdale Road was driving a Leif rambler that received s300 damage. Malek Kabariti 21, of Amman Jordan was driving a 1072 Ford that re Elvod s37s damage. A two car Accident at East Brockway Avenue and Beech Street was investigated at 11 41 . Monday by City police. Jean Louise Engelhard 17, of Library pa., was driving a 1045 Dart that received s200 damage. Thomas e. Urquhart 14, of it. S was driving a 1074 Plymouth that received 4400 damage. There were no injuries or no citations accidents Monon Galia City Ponca investigated an Accident at 1 20 . Sunday at University Avenue and North Street it involved a 171 Chevrolet driven by Stephen n. Dike 23,14 fifth St., s300 damage and a 170 Ford driven by Leroy Everett Jenck of 424 Western ave., s04 damage. There were be citations and no injuries. The vehicles had been moved when police arrived on the scene. At 7 17 . Saturday at Spruce and Prospect streets police investigated an Accident involving a 1f4f Volkswagen driven by Richard e. Wilson 22, Pittsburgh s500 damage and a 172 jeep driven by William j. Funk 3f, Bayard j200 damage. There were no citations and no injuries. Police said the vehicles collided at the intersection. They said a missing Stop sign contributed to the mishap. Theft Morgantown ted Engstrom resident manager at Summit Hall reported a video game valued at 41,400, was stolen from the residence Hall. Accidents Preston Preston county sheriff s deputies investigated an Accident at 4 . Sunday on it. 50 at Aurora. It involved a 173 Ford driven by Dennis b. Baker 21, Terra Alta and a 172 Chevrolet driven by leis m. Slaubaugh 21, Oakland my. Damage was Siso. Deputies said is. Sia Baugn was blinded by Snow and her car hit the Baker vehicle. State police investigated an Accident at 3 4s . Sunday on Sec. It. S near Glade farms. Involved were a 170 Pontiac driven by James Adams s3, Stoystown pa., and a 171 Dodge driven by Ruth Ann Murphy 20, Bruceton. Damage was 4350. Police said the cars sideswiped in an icy curve. 3� 24 30 24 r7rv-vf-/, a i of at a during tuesday Snow or rain is expected to spread along the Northern and Middle Atlantic coasts. North Dakota will receive Snow. Elsewhere weather is fair with skies ranging from sunny to partly Cloudy. Local temperatures i . 34 4 . 32 7 . 32 to . 35 i . 38 4 . 37 7 . 35 sterilization Bill offered Charleston w. A. Up a Bill that would authorize the payment of $100 to welfare recipients who undergo voluntary sterilization was introduced monday in the state Senate and a state police reorganization act went to both houses. The sterilization Bill authored by sen. Odell Huffman a Mercer stipulates that the Bonus payment would not affect the amount of welfare assistance for which recipients Are eligible. The reorganization Bill would create a Merit and review Board to certify candidates for promotion. The Board would also hear appeals of transfers dismissals or demotions. The measure also would limit the number of captains to 15 and lieutenants to 20. The legislation includes overtime compensation on a decreasing scale of hours for members with or below the rank of sergeant who Are required to work obituaries Gilbert Ryan Gilbert Ryan 62, of Pisgah died at his Home monday morning feb. 14, 1977. He was born on oct. 28, 1914, at Pisgah a son of Emma Alice Everly Ryan of Hopemont state Hospital and the late Harry b. Ryan. He was a member of woodsmen of the world. He was a Veteran of world War ii and was employed by City Supply and builders of Kingwood. Survivors in addition to his Mother Are two Sisters Elizabeth Ryan and Mary Ryan both of Pisgah two Brothers. Herbert Ryan of Bruceton Mills and Quentin Ryan of Kingwood. One sister Mildred Liston preceded him in death. Or. Waldon e. Stephens local relatives and friends have Learned of the feb. 8 death of or. Waldon e. Stephens who resided in Oklahoma City okla. Son of the former miss Rebecca Price and Grant Stephens he grew up in Mooresville in this county moving to Ohio when he was 17. A recognized authority on International affairs or. Stephens served As a professor at Columbia University a radio and television commentator and adviser to state and National leaders. In 1920, he was graduated from Ohio Wesleyan University where he was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa. He received the degree at Columbia University. His Book entitled a revisions of the treaty of Versailles a was published in 1939. He represented the United states at International conferences on three continents and in 1969 was selected by the state department As an adviser to the . Delegation at a conclave called by the United nations economic and social Council in Geneva. In 1975 or. Stephens Book a the emerging world food crisis was published. Or. Stephens who died at the age of 82, is survived by his wife Doris a daughter mrs. Jerome Pollack of Teaneck . A sister mrs. Beverly Kelly and a brother Ray Stevens both of Oklahoma City and four grandchildren. Mrs. Rebecca Conaway of 667 Price St., and mrs. Jessie Donley of 619 Price St. Are first cousins of the deceased. George Norris George Norris 75, formerly of Grafton died sunday feb. 13,1977, at Hopemont state Hospital. He was born in Grafton aug. 25, 1901, the son of the late Cyrus and Sarah Robinson Norris. He was preceded in death by his wife Hazel Custer Norris in 1976 two Brothers Bill and Heyward Norris. He was a retired a amp of Railroad boiler maker a member of Blueville methodist Church a former instructor in welding for the veterans vocational school in Grafton and a member of the a amp of veterans association. He is survived by two sons Vergil Norris of Baltimore my. And Clyd Norris of Ridgeley w. A. A daughter mrs. Deloris Weaver of Baltimore a brother. Luther Norris of Washington a. Two Sisters mrs. Flora Crouse of Washington a. And mrs. Mary Corrothers of Grafton. Food tax repeal not an in thing Charleston w. A. Up gov. Jay Rockefeller a priority goal repeal of the food tax is not too popular among his fellow democrats but ironically the Republican Leader of the West Virginia Senate is supporting the move. Democratic platform leaflets were passed out to All senators monday reminding them of the party a Plank regarding removal of the 3 per cent tax on groceries. But even with that reminder Senate minority Leader Sam Kusic a Hancock who continues to support the idea As he did when former gov. Arch Moore advanced it Isnit optimistic. A a it a going to have a very Long hard Road in the West Virginia Senate a Kusic said. Kusic 33, a former aide to Moore pointed to the fiscally conservative complexion of the crucial Senate finance committee. Charles e. Durr Charles e. Durr 84, of St. Petersburg fla., formerly of Morgantown died sunday feb. 13, 1977, at the St. Petersburg veterans Hospital. He was born feb. 14, 1892, at Tunnelton. He was a member of the first presbyterian Church of St. Petersburg and a member of vow 548 of Morgantown Preston Lodge 90 of amp am of Kingwood. Clarksburg scottish rite osiris Temple shrine of Wheeling and West Virginia state society. He was a retired mine Foreman and superintendent with Bethlehem steel of Morgantown. Surviving Are his wife Valier Kercheval Durr one daughter miss Jeanne Durr of Alexandria a. One son James e. Durr of Chicago 111 one brother William Durr of Newburg one sister mrs. Ann Heiskell of Morgantown two grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Services will be held at to . Wednesday at the Kenfield funeral Home St. Petersburg. Burial also will be in St. Petersburg. In lieu of Flowers the family requests donations be made to the red Cross. John j. Falter or. John j. Falter sr., 68, of 440 Clark St. Died sunday morning feb. 13, 1977, at his residence. He was born May 2, 1908, at Ralph pa., a son of the late Joseph e. And Sarah Mccarthy falter. He was a retired construction Foreman and was in the construction business with his father for More than 40 years in the Tri state area. He was retired from West Virginia University. He belonged to Wavu local 814 and the operating engineers Union of Pittsburgh. He was a member of St. Theresa a Catholic Church. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Lena Molinaro falter one son John j. Falter or. Of Morgantown four grandchildren. One sister preceded him in death. Chris Nutter Chris Nutter 17 months of Newburg died saturday University Hospital. He was born sept. 16, 1975, at Kingwood son of William v. And Donna r. Lyons Nutter. Surviving in addition to his parents Are one sister Marsha Ann his paternal grandparents or. And mrs. Victor Nutter of Newburg maternal grandparents or. And mrs. Ralph Lyons of Independence and his maternal great grandmother mrs. Pearl Trickett of Gladeville. Charles Charles Cyphert 72, of 1760 Sturgiss ave., died saturday feb. 12, 1977, in the Monon Galia general Hospital. He was born March 8, 1904, in Masontown a son of the late Arthur and Anna Wiles Cyphert. He was a member of St. Theresa a Catholic Church Moose Lodge 264 of Morgantown and a retired supervisor of consolidation Coal . He is survived by his wife Maude Sloan Cyphert four sons Charles c., Glenn and Edward All of Morgantown and James Cyphert of St. Mary a one daughter mrs. Roy a Mary Bucklew two Brothers William and Paul both of Morgantown two Sisters mrs. Rose ringer of Kingwood and mrs. Margurite Reaville of Morgantown 23 grandchildren and 20 great grandchildren. William Ponek William Ponek 56, of Cassville died sunday afternoon feb. 13,1977, at his Home. He was born june to 1920, in Morgantown son of the late Michael and Josephine Shubert Ponek. He was a Coal Miner and a Veteran of world War ii. Surviving Are four Brothers Stanley Ponek of Burbank calif., Frank Ponek of Fresno calif., or. Benjamin Ponek of Sanger calif., and John Ponek of Westover. He was preceded in death by one brother and one sister. Timothy Robert lint Timothy Robert lint 5 months old died tuesday feb. 8, 1977, in West Berlin Germany. He was born sept. 17, 1976, at it. Hood Texas a son of Roy and Irene Shear lint. He is survived by two Brothers Thomas Wayne lint and Jamie Lee lint both at Home. Oak Grove amp East Oak Grove cemeteries Quot locally owned and perpetually operated since 1865&Quot a Graves priced from 125.�� a Graves priced at 200.00 in in East Oak Grove Oak Grove Flat memorial As Well As upright Monument sections a easy term a Cash discount main office a East Oak Grove cemetery 1291 Dorsey Avenue Morgantown phone 296-6913 More than 58 hours a week for the first year. Accompanying the state police reorganization measure was a Bill written by state police subcommittee chairman sen. Richard Benson a Randolph. The proposed legislation would raise the salary of the departments superintendent from $22,500 to $30,000. A bipartisan Effort led by sen. Orton Jones a Roane has resulted in the introduction of a comprehensive child abuse Bill. The Bill was authored by four other senators including minority Leader Sam Kusic a Hancock. The 55-Page measure which provides for the removal of a neglected child from his Home died in committee last year. Del. Jerry a. Tighe a Ohio has sponsored proposed legislation calling for the execution a by Gas or the electric chair a of those convicted of premeditated murder. In response to the Energy situation a House Bill provides for the Extension of the school year beyond june 8 while a Senate measure Calls for the state to create an Energy research commission for Energy investigation in the state. A Senate Bill relaxes the arrest standards of marijuana from 15 Grams to 30. The same measure was Defeated last year. On tax matters sen. Hamilton a Fayette has introduced a Bill to raise the states $600 Standard deduction to $750. A House Bill would eliminate for one year the states personal income tax. Another House Bill Calls for a to per cent tax credit for individuals with an adjusted Gross income of less than $5,000. Some other Bills introduced would a prohibit strip mining in the new River Gorge. Similar legislation died on the regular Senate Calendar last year. A provide for a percentage of some dog racing bets to go to county commissions. A provide a $10 million supplemental appropriation to the department of highways. A permit the Sale of junk foods in schools. A fiery three Day debate on a similar Bill occurred in the Senate last year before the Bill was Defeated. A provide $25 million to upgrade . To from Logan to Huntington. Funeral notices advertisement Bennett Helen Rose 41, of of. Morris pa., died Friday , 1477, of uni varsity Hospital. Friends will to received at Hie Mariner and Milliken funeral heme in Waynesburg from 2-9 . Sunday from 3-9 . Monday. Services will be held at 11 . Tuesday at the funeral heme with the Rev. Robert Siple officiating. Burial will fellow in Cedar Grove cemetery in it. Morris. Cyphert Charles f., 72, of 170 Sturgiss ave., died saturday Fob. 12, 1977, in the Monon Galia general Hospital. Friends May Call at Hastings funeral Home 3-5 and 7-9 . Monday with mass of Christian burial at to . Tuesday at St. Theresa s Church with father Colombo Bandieri As celebrant. Burial will be Beverly Hills memorial Garden. Rosary will be recited at 7 . Monday at the funeral heme. Falter John i. Sr., a of 440 Clark St. Died sunday morning Fob. 13, 1477, at his heme. Friends will be received at the Dering funeral heme from 7-9 . Monday 3-5 and 7-9 . Tuesday a mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at 9 30 . Wednesday at St. Theresa s Catholic Church with father Colombo Bandieri of celebrant. Interment will fellow in the East Oak Grove cemetery. The Rosary will be recited at the funeral heme at 7 30 . Tuesday. In lieu of Flowers the family asks that donations be made to the University foundation arthritic fund. Bennett Helen Rose 41, of of. Morris died Friday Fob. La 1977, at University Hospital. Friends will be received of the Mariner and Milligan funeral erne in Waynesburg from 2-9 . Sunday from 3-9 . Monday and services will be held at la . Tuesday at the funeral Home with the Rev. Robert Siple officiating. Burial will fellow in Cedar Grove cemetery in of. Morris. Lint Timothy Robert s months died tuesday Fob. A 1977, in West Berlin Germany. Friends will to received at the Michael j. Lucas funeral heme of. Morris pa., 2-4 and.7-9 . Monday and until 2 . Tuesday the hour of service wit the the Rev. Richard Barrio officiating. Burial will fellow in the Cedar Grove cemetery of. Morris. Messenger Cindy s3, of Seaford Del., died Friday Fob. Ii 1977, in in medical Center Wilmington Del. Friends will be received at Hastings funeral heme from 3-5 . And 7-9 . Tuesday with services scheduled at the funeral Home at 10 30 . Wednesday with the Rev. Sherman Davidson officiating. Burial will follow at of. Pleasant cemetery. Norris George f., 75, formerly of Grafton died sunday Fob. 13, 1977, at Hopemont state Hospital. Friends will be received at Knotts funeral Home Grafton from 2-4 and 7-9 . Tuesday. Services will be i . Wednesday at the funeral heme with the Rev. Mack Bennett officiating. Burial will be held in Bluemont cemetery. Nutter Chris 17 months of Newburg died saturday Fob. 12, 1977, at University Hospital. Friends will be received of the Taylor funeral heme in Newburg monday after 7 . Services will be held tuesday at i . At the Faith Tabernacle in Grafton with the Rev. James d Boylen officiating. Burial will follow at Blue Mont cemetery. Ponek William a of Cassville died sunday afternoon Fob. 13, 1977, at his Home. Friends Are being received from 7-9 . Monday to .-neen, 3-5 and 7-9 . Tuesday and 9-11 . Wednesday the time of funeral services at the funeral Home with the Rev. For. Colombo Bandiera officiating. Burial will be in the Beverly Hills memorial gardens. Ryan Gilbert g., 2, of Pisgah died at his heme in monday morning Fob. 14, 1977. Friends May Call at the Kiger Williams funeral heme in Kingwood after 7 . Tuesday. Services will be at i . Thursday at Hie funeral heme with Hie Rev. Stanley Merrifield officiating. Burial will be in the Fairview cemetery at Pisgah. Lang Monument . Inc. With of too year a experience Anil dedication Monon Galia county a Only authorized dealer to Quot sea pm Ark Rock of age memorial other granites also available 812 univ. Ave., Morgantown phone 296-464s open Mon. Sat. Until 6 . Evenings by appointment shop High Street Market if you want something better at reasonable prices fresh whole say of fun pork shoulder a a 69 fresh Fryer Chicken breast a. 79 Hino Quarter Only Turkey s. 39 Best Center Cut beef pot roast 89 lean Boneless stewing beef 119 first cuts pork chops is. 99 Hormel a meat wieners --------------m,.m39 Hormel whole Genoa Salami 1&Quot fillet of Perch or Reo or Golden delicious apples. Grade a Large eggs. Jumbo avocados .2/m ii 79 2 oct 149 freshly ground a or Mere sugar cured smoked a 79 beef a a sugar picnic hams a 59 fresh neck Bone or pigs feet39 Hormel cure 81 hams la. $225 Kahn s 8-oz. Sandwich spread. 3/m sugar cured sliced Bacon a 89 fresh sliced chipped chopped Ham m19 California Sunkist oranges .10/79 Florida oranges or Grapefruit ii 89 pure Market food

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