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Weirton Daily Times (Newspaper) - May 20, 1963, Weirton, West Virginia Weirton daily May 1963 Centennial fishing Derby attracts 250 youngsters obituaries Nick Venetis Nick 500 Mildred died at sunday at the Ohio Valley Hospital where he had been a patient for three he was born March 1885 in a son of the late Charles and Katherine Sfikas Venetis retired in 1946 f r o m the tin Mill depart ment of the Weirton steel com he had resided in Weirton since coming from Clarks Burg and was a member of the All saints greek orthodox Church and the chios he was married october 1921 to aphrodite Stamoulis in Pennsylvania who sur Vives with one Matthew Weirton two Charles Weir ton and James at Home two Gus and both of Greece and four grand friends will be received after 7 today at the Schwerha services will be held Al 1 wednesday at the All saints greek orthodox Church with Stephen Natsis of interment Al Hill memorial Chape John Organski v final Blessing service for Annei wife of John 319 new York Boule will be held Al tuesday at the Greco he Nick funeral requiem High mass will follow at 9 Al the sacred heart of Mary Church with Emil Dobosz As Cele interment will be made at St Pauls Organski died Friday afternoon at her v Thomas Davin Steuben ill e Tho Mas Francis formerly of died sunday at at the knights of George he was born january 1877 in Davin was a re tired supervisor of the Pennsyl Vania Railroad company and was a member of Peters roman Catholic Churchi knights of George 31 and the Bro i h e r Hood of Railroad surviving Are two Daught e r s Margaret Steubenville Walter Flor ence Smithfield four sons Thomas and both of Weirton Steuben the Toronto one miss Bridget Weirton one William Weirdo n seven grandchildren and i g h t great prizes awarded at conclusion of fishing event though the Weatherman failed to cooperate the presence of Clouds and the threat of rain failed to Dampen the spirits of More than 250 youngsters who took part in the Centennial fish ing Derby sponsored by the Hancock county sportsmen the Derby was held at the association farm off Wylie Ridge Road on Swearingen fishing began at 9 and concluded at 4 a lunch was served to the participants at noon by ladies of the sportsmen Asso including gust Steve Cecil Charlotte Ewa Skey and George at the conclusion of the Days prizes were presented by Weirton recreation director Anthony grand prizes were presented to Robin get a Thomas Danny Douglas Baker and Charlene Roar Richard Gilkey caught the larg est a 16vi Inch Channel cat the first fish was caught by Bruce Brenda among the boy s and by Charlene Reardon among the prizes awarded in the Junior his Julie Kelly Dav in preceded him in friends will be received at the Mcclave funeral Steuben from 7 to 9 today and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 tues solemn requiem High mass will be offered at wednes Day at Peters Catholic Churchi followed by burial at mount Cal vary Ernest Clashman Steubenville Ern est Doris Cramer Knoxville Steuben i 11 died at sunday at the Ohio Valley she was an eighth Grade teacher at the pleasant Hill Jef Ferson Union school friends will be received at the Mcclave funeral Steuben from 7 to 10 today where services will be held at 11 interment will be at the Island Creek Nellie Nelson Steubenville Nulli Bloomingdale died at 8 sunday at tin Ohio Valley she was born february 100 in West a Daugh r of the late Oscar and Lulu Lutz division went to Clarence Swarts first fish Carol first fish William Carpenter and Carol largest fish and William first to catch the senior division award winners included Bruce Brenda and Char Lene first fish Richard Gilkey and Pamela larg est fish Danny first to catch prizes for the youngest boy Fis Herman went to Jeff youngest girl was Susan largest Trout was caught by Tom my largest Bass by Danny largest Catfish by Richard other award winners during the Day were Terry Bob Joe David Dave Danny Cam Den Charlene rear food and prizes were contributed by the sportsmen Assoc a merchants of Weirton and american legion Post supervising the program were William Ray Ewas George Mike Camden Steve Cecil Frank Jack Blair Joe Tony Joe Ai rom Joe Dale City and county police contrib buted services in directing traffic and insuring the safety of the Martin chairman of the Hancock county Centennial com Mittee and gust presi Dent of the sportsmen Assoc a were co chairmen for the Colliers 4h shares in gift to Brooke agent the regular meeting of the col Liers mountaineers 4h club was held recently at the Colliers fire station with Virginia Jenkins pre the club approved a donation towards a Farewell gift for Ralph Brooke county agricultural members agreed to pay 15 cents per month for club a special meeting will be held May 22 at 7 at the Home of Hope Daugherty with Melba Debbie j o h Becky Jane Mccoy and Phil the next regular meeting will be june 14 at 7 at the f i re scouts plan for attendance at Spring Camporee plans for boy scout troop 134 of the resurrection lutheran Church to attend the springtime Camporee Wera made at the execute i v e committee meeting held saturday at the Home of and Ray 102 Preston the Camporee will be held at the fora Lodge on May 31 and june scoutmaster John Hawthorne announced that the troop will also hold an Overn Itier at the police Lodge on May 24 and they will meet at the Church on May 24 at 6 patrols will be notified As to what equipment is the troop will attend us m m e r Camp at Camp Clendenning the week of August Hawthorne submitted a port on the Verniter that was held May 10 and 11 at Kings Douglas presided for the others attending were Bert per Robert Ensell and Fred Riso the next executive meeting will be june 15 at 7 at the Riso Vich 106 Donna league banquet on wednesday the Chestnut bowl Breakf a s t league will hold a Bowling ban Quet wednesday at in he Weirton Community tie occurs in Amateur Amateur event at Picc two teams tied for first honors in the pleasant Valley invitational Amateur Amateur a playoff to determine the Cham Pion is planned for tuesday at deadlocked for honors at the conclusion of the event were the teams of Jack Irvin Bob Sut ton and Eddie Dofka Jack Risher they swept the events with sizzling Jack Watson and Yurko were next with a five teams shared fourth place with these included Tom Anas Buzz Fred Hicks Joe Frank Fato John Andy Les Hojohn Vujnovic and Wayne Van Dine Carl Van Dine also won the prize for Low Gross with a second Low Gross was shared by de Cother Man and Jack Watson with the tournament attracted 104 to be ordained Robert Urban the son of George Campbell of 3459 River View will be ordained to the priest Hood in june 13 by the most Rev Vincent Bishop of North Sharkey is a graduate of the University of Detroit and did postgraduate study at the University of North he will sing his first solemn mass in Detroit on june body of girl recovered from River saturday Wellsburg the body of miss Judith Lynn d80 tenth missing since last monday from her was found floating in the Ohio River Satur Brooke county deputies had re ported last week that they had found an glasses and a coat on the Bank at tuesday and these were identified by the girls officials said the girl apparently committed miss Lazear was born in whee september a Daugh Ter of Thomas and Eleanor Laz ear and was a member of the Wellsburg Christian she was a i960 graduate of Wellsburg High school and was employed at Federmann depart ment store in survivors include her services were held at 2 to Day in the Chambers fun e r a 1 with the George Mcghee burial followed in the Kadesh Chapel softball teams invited to meet softball teams throughout the Valley Are invited to attend an organizational meeting of the Valley dry cleaners softball league at Wellsburg the meeting will be held at eddies Dairy Weiss continued from pne one averages in the various they Are general academic course Vale Roseanne daughter of and Anthony 1813 county Road Saluta Margaret daughter of and Henry Par 110 Jenny general commercial course Judith daughter of and John 225 main Burgetts Weir ensemble to offer concert parades continued from Page one the Weir ensemble school will America sings concert tuesday evening at 8 Oclock in the school under the direction of miss Betty Lou our by teams of astronauts into orbit for periods of up to two Long any to go the first manned gemini flight is due sometime during the last three months of chorus and although we still have a Long present an Way to go in the exploration of town Priscilla Seti Helen Steele will be the opening daughter of and Jos Eph 3712 Lindberg College preparatory Candace daughter of Violet Dinsmore Burgettstown Anthony Digirola son of and Carlo 213 Ohio Danielle daughter of and John 127 Willow Street and Marie selection for the program followed by several songs to take the audience on a musical tour to three Mai sections of the United including tumbling turn the destination o f Here i and Over the Rainbow from the movie the wizard of the girls ensemble will pre sent their version of no other daughter of and Anthony love from the film Victory at 517 main b u scholarship winners include David half scholars h i p for four years to any College in United states offered by the Climax corporation and a partial i scholarship to Rockhurst univ re journeying to Kansas followed by the the Inch worm from the Samuel Gold Wyn production of Hans Chris Tian and concluding the trip Westward with the sex Odius song from the recent film the the Madonna Pat the regular Madonna Pat meeting will be held at j for various winners Lutfe friends will be received at the Cole b r o i h e r s funeral from 7 to 9 to Day and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 services will be held at 11 wednesday in the funeral Home followed by burial at the Forl Steuben burial Alex love West Virginia Alex West died Al 12 noon sunday at he is survived by his Edith Morgantown three sons Samuel love and William both of Weirton Randall at bans and one Daugh Mary Kathryn n i 1 e services will be held at 2 tuesday Al the Alley and Case Dorph funeral Jones to return Home May 22 John director of pub Lic relations for Weirton will be discharged from the mercy Hospital in Pittsburgh and plans a period of convalescence at his Home on Overlook drive be fore returning to his duties with the Weirton steel John Long East Ohio former Weirton Resi died at saturday at the Salem City he had resided at 232 South Market East he was born july 1yx at mount a son of the late William and Mary Erb he had lived in Weirton 24 years moving to East Palestine last an miss Kaczmarek crowned Queen at sacred heart m i s s Bernice Kaczma a r e k daughter of and Stan Ley was crowned May Queen during an impressive Cere Mony sunday at three Oclock in the sacred heart of Mary Church miss crowned by miss Penny placed a Mississippi to Dora he was Crown of red roses on the statue a free methodist and held memo the blessed be ship in the Izyal order of the first and second Grade Stu Moose Lodvic 532 of Kasl Palei dents of die sacred heart of Mary Sline and the he retired fro school and members of the Sodal the Weirton steel company in lev participated in a procession 1957 where he was employed a following the a tool checker in the steel works members of the Queens court machine he was married july 1951 in wholesale continued from Page one regardless of Creed or petitions asked Legisla tors to restore delawares tarnished record in human in pickets were to Parade at the Allegro Thad Deus Stevens elementary school in a desegregation negro Lead ers claim the joint Chichester school Board failed to desegregate the three classroom school As promised after picketing last no knights continued from Page one nation of those we can we must not fail to Point out the Way for our fellow to do so will make us unworthy of the Rich heritage that is ours and tarnish the Bright Armor of our events since the beginning of this Century and the widespread immoral and Secula Ristic conduct of great numbers of particularly in recent have manifested a trend toward a nation dominated by a materialistic philosophy of with its leaders no longer accepting mans dependence upon and devotions to god As the essential element Nec Essary for the preservation of the american political system of gov Earl state presented Bishop Joseph Hod Ges of the Wheeling diocese a Check in the amount of for the priest education in other Andrew Olenick and Trent Ciarrocchi were presented the state membership and state Deputy in Reading special letter from his Excel Pope John xx111 bestowed the papal Blessing upon the As toastmaster was Donald do Weirton Council advocate and assistant prosecuting Allor Weirton Council introductions were made by or Lando grand Knight of the Weirton who also presented gifts to Heazel and governor Barren in behalf of the Charles son of and Charles 3429 West partial scholarship to t h e College of Candace senatorial scholarship to the University of John son of and Carl 156 Samps o n athletic football scholarship to John Carroll Cleve Eugene son of and Ira 133 m a r i c athletic football scholarship to Miami Robert son of and Fred 350 tenth athletic football scholarship to Memphis state Ernest elks schol a r Judith Long received the award for composition of the win Ning essay in a contest sponsored by the Weir Lon business and professional women her entry living Lov learning West won Over entries from new cum and Madonna High Weiss has been a member of the varsity football Leam f o r three years latin two years science four years French two years National Honor two years Slud enl four he is currently serving As president of the Stu Dent the is a four year member of the science serving As president in his Junior year latin three years student two years one year Madonna a n yearbook one year three years and attended boys state in his Junior Weiss plans to study math and mechanical in miss Guidara has been a Mem Ber of the National Honor society for two years glee four years newspaper two years three years speech one year future nurses one year Scie Nee three years latin and French both one year and was a member of the Homecoming court for this miss Paravano was a member of the dramatic club for three years glee three years treasurer of her Junior class Sci ence two years Trump e three years French one year three years treasurer in her senior she played a role in the recent production of the miss Hucik was a one Yeai member of the modality drama two vice president in chorus will present Kentucky Joshua fit do Batlle of Hes got the whole world in his mighty Lak a and concluding the trip southward with autumn following a ten minute inter the ensemble will take the audience to new York and Broadway where they will pre sent Rodgers and Hammer stains version of its a grand night or followed by As in a morning hello Young and i whistle a Happy As a special feature the chorus will sing a Medley of four Selec ions my favorite the title song the sound of and Climo evry my someone from More demonstrations also were j the Welcome was sex expected today in Philadelphia i tended by mayor David where negro leaders Are trying i in other Bishop Hod to Force the City to use Only Wor Kiges spoke of the spirit of West student Council four Ore f int t n 11 l h j u f in i i Ner Sophomore year cheerleader e sea inns i doubt that we can find an astronaut who can improve on the performance of Gordon Cooper was asked what he thought the flight proved about mans role in 1 think we proved Man is a pretty Good backup system to ail these automatic he re to other Cooper Suid the horizon was always both Day and night from his Cap satellites which he dropped from behind his capsule As a visual Aid Check would be a Good Divide to help on the nigh Side for a rendezvous in space Between two orbiting Cap he last saw the lights at a distance of about 17 or 18 Miles from his exercise device in his Faith 7 look almost As much exercise to get at it As to use has tremendous View he said he first noticed the tremendous View As Faith 7 flashed Over the arabian Peninsula in the Middle i could see roads and and trucks on the saw a train with smoke coming out of i even saw a boat going Down the and the Wake behind but i see India dual he said he could see and the area of the Federal space Agency Headquarters in but i could no see my own he they put up too Many Trees around he said red China looked just like it looks on the i could no see anything but a lot of ii u 1 i r the music Man will conclude part of China Cov he evening of music by the Weir High school chorus and Sensem Weirton pastor on committee lbs Jowa pastor of the Covell United presbyterian been appointed a member of the standing committee on Christian education for the 175th United presbyterian general Assem Bly now in Rcd by broken he said the really Beautiful View was during three swings he made right Over the Snow capped Himalaya mountains Between India and expresses Flowers from Beaumont continued from Page one were Bishops Hodges and j o h n King Mussio of the diocese of Steubenville Barron of West Virginia and Francis Heazel of supreme treasurer and the principal speak the toastmaster was Donald assistant prosecuting at Torney of Hancock the 61st annual conventi o which was dedicated to the late1 archbishop John Swint of was attended by Delegat e s and members from 18 co chairmen for the affair were John Sorrenti and Gaston Gian the knights voted to hold next years convention on May 16 and 17 in imy Fioritti dial 7485322 across from Weirton Heights fire station compare before you build or buy this ers from integrated unions on municipal picketing was to be conducted at All City Martin Luther whose Southern Christian leadership conference helped a storm i n d the Birmingham Virginia that blends Well with the he expressed his gratitude for the donation towards the priest education fund and announced that to Date 52 boys have enrolled for begin Ning this Captain Secre was scheduled to return to the Bishop Mussio praised the vital Southern steel City j Ity of the people in West Virginia King had said earlier that this who have known Many hardships weekend was a crucial inc to and disappointments and w h two tary in her Junior year Honor so two president this year and was president of both her Sophomore and Junior miss Setlak belonged to the dramatics two years Honor Lely two years student coun three years three years three years Busi Ness manager of the Madonna a n to Donnian two years played in the 1962 perform Nee of the wild French two years a t h one year girls Junior year and will this year return to girls state As a Junior Councel miss Dvorsak has been a Mem Ber of the following clubs Sodal four years dramatics Lour years latin four years four years glee two years one year and the National latin Honor Sot then see us Hancock county Federal savings to Assoria Ipoh of Chester Carolina at third Evergreen 71620 the Birmingham agreement had the courage to face and con actress arrested the ii arrested who tried Loed the uni fits for up Baltimore postman Wilton to the Lucr the he also Prais their Dedica years bowl i n 5 one year vice president of her Junior class and a member of the Homecoming and May miss Conjeski has been Theresa iian Moores March included the invocation was Given of be latin Ion Bernard Violet Mccon Pittsburgh Glenn Dora Cordray West Vir Ginia one Stepson Robert Cron Weirton three Brothers Paul Cardinal continued from Page one Arkansas Charles Pennsylvania East we May pay Honor and a know Donald Lodye their spirit of co operation with regard a councils attended senior d treasurer and county officers arrested the today including count Digirolamo belonged to the group alter they rot Only 15 oils from science club two Vear Stenho Yards from the spot where Moore Charl e s t o n Council two j n i i 1 i i i t i in Ojst 414vvmv Oldt 1 j b ii ii Lwft 1pe to was ambushed and slain last b la Dent this yearsodality6 1 april 23 while on a walk to make m is this years prefect re personal plea to Mississippi and St invited Sideny and was also surviving arc Throe Sisters Jess of color and Bis june Corpus hop Mussio in serving the Texas Grace Public they have shown an Pennsylvania i extraordinary attitude that has Ruth been a Fertile seeding ground for Vania 21 step grandchildren and Good will and effective cooperation in serving their the presence of Cardinal Ritter i to Confer the award Marks the 22 great step a William preceded him in deals in sen ices will be held at 1 second time that a Prince of the tuesday in the steel and Wolfe Catholic Church has come to Steu funeral Home with Man Verger burial will be at three Springs friends May Call at the funeral Home the late Edward Cardi Nal archbishop of officiated at the ried Calion of Catholic Central High Steu in prefect pro the freshman Ross Barnett to end were councils from Ohio and Home room representative it in three years in they could have incited a a cocktail hour preceded the his Junior year glee club Chr f said Al head dinner which was climaxed Wilh a j years and played in the of the Alabama the was pro in were jailed in Gadsden Tho Vidd by the five Evans Pinafore four years and three years he was a Filisi demonstrations in North the highlight of the convention i the Evans Western Golf As where some 650 a mass celebrated by social Ion Caddy scholarship and Groes remained in jail As the Rhodges on sunday at Joseph will receive the ova co suit of demonstrations against the worker the Honor Ca cola outstanding student segregated restaurants and the guard for the Bishop during i he was a member of the aters at fays Enice were members of i National Honor society for two Wilmington and Green fourth degree headed years and is this years president moved to a Chain res Tauby George Peters of of the French club rant sunday and resulted in the state and George miss Frankovitch is a member arrest of some 400 negroes and faithful navigator of the Weirton of the glee club two Vear Sci about 15 ence club co editor of the a Medicine in every shape and form for every Medicine there is one form in which in will Best be Able to combat a particular in our pharmacy into Ulory there Are Over different medicines emulsions and nine As pharmacists we know the specific the prescribed the Insl effective Means of storage to insure of every one of these new medicines Are stocked immediately so Lylial there is no your doctor can Pigom is when you need a Medicine and you can pick up your prescription a great Many people entrust us with their May to compound yours t phone 7482b80 sole s drug store 3068 main opposite bus terminal Prisc Nipton ii mists copyright 1959 12wh

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