The Weirton Daily Times from Weirton, West Virginia on January 11, 1969 · Page 9
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Weirton, West Virginia
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Saturday, January 11, 1969
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Mine Fund Distribution Meeting Set FARMNGTON, W. Va. (UP!) -- The Citizens Mine Disaster Committee decided Friday night to meet with the widows of 18 men nho were killed in the . Man- tiingtoo mine Iragedy of. last November to decide how to distribute $200,000 of relief funds. The money was sent to the area after the men were trapped by an explosion Nov. 20. The miners were given up Jor dead Nov. 20 when tie portals were ordered sealed. Earlier Friday, the Citizens Committee dislribuled the last of lire food that was donated in the aftermath of the disaster. It took the action after being criticised by several of the widows for falling to distribute the money, food and several hundred children's toys. "We didn't set a time for the meeting," co - chairman Jess Borowski said. "But we decided to sit down and talk about the money with the ladies." The committee was on record as favoring a trust fund set-up Jor the 121 children lelt fatherless by the disaster. However, some of the women charged collusion and set up the Widows Mine Disaster' Committee to serve as a watchdog for the lunds. Farmington Fire Chief Vernon Richards answered the criticism levied against those in charge of the goods, saying, "I know what f've done. I don't have to make any excuses." Richards said, however, that the criticism did "hurt a lot of the people who have been working real hard on this tiling." He said the disaster fund--at least the food and toys-- also compensated the families of men who lost their jobs because of the Mannington explosions." Therefore, Richards said, "The goods went to helf a lot more than 18 families." Theater Opens. In Steubenville STEUBENVILLE ~ A$Z50,00 theater known as the Cinem opened here yesterday. The auditorium, located in th west end, has 640 seats and 40-foot panoramic screen. It is owned by Capitol Amuse merits which operates theCapito Theater in Steubenville, the Capi tol Theater ol Wheeling and number of oilier theaters in th Valley. I Richard Basford is the man V%er. PORTRAIT OF THE GOVERNOR - A portrait of Wait Virginia's 27th Governor, Hulett Carlson Smith, was unveiled recently during ceremonies in the State Capitol by the Governor's mother, Mrs. Joe L, Smith of peckley (pictured). The oil portrait was painted by Arthur Pyykko, official portrait artist for Fabian Bachrach Photographers in New York City. It will be placed in the Governor's reception room. Tha Right Reverend Wilburn C. Campbell, Bishop, Episcopal Church Diocese of West Virginia, told those assembled for the unveiling: "I know of no other Governor who has earned so much respect from both the President of the United States and the governors of our sister states. No one can live In the midst of current events and safely prophesy what the judgment of future historians will be, but I think history will confirm the excellence of his administration." Installation Held By Brooke DeMolay Order WELLSDURG - Paul McGhee was installed as master council the Wellsburg chapter of the Order of DeMolay at a ceremony held in Hie Masonic Tenuile. The Hev. George McGhee installed his son. Paul McGhee succeeds Wiliam Garrity ot 3957 S. Main it., Weirlon, who was presented :he past masters councilor's ring by his father, W. E. Garrity. Others Installed were: Richard DeGarmo, senior councilor; Daniel Snyder, junior councilor; Ronald Kruel; senior deacon; DuaneGriffin, junior deacon; James Dayoub, senior steward; Roy Garrity, junior steward; John Controveras, marshal; Donold Hubbard, chaplain, and Edward Geisel, standard bearer The Rev. Mr. McGhee was assisted at the installation by Daniel Enyder,- Andrew Gorsch and Brian Ward. Advisor of the lodge is William Spilznogle. Car Entered A tape player and three tape: were stolen from a car, belong ing to George Dankovchik, o 215 Scenery Drive. The vehict was parked at Weir High Schoo Friday afternoon. Entry to th car was forced. Cheered In New York Moon Astronauts To See Grid Game NEW YORK (UPt)-Ameri- crowds and the sealed windows ca's moon travelers, heartened of central air-conditioning re- jy cheers and applause that duced the density of the storm tempered the winter chill of of ticker tape and telephone- New York, were destined today book confetti which showered for the warmer climes of Miami the astronauts and their fami- and Sunday's Super-Bowl foot- lies. Nonetheless, the reception ball game, was impressive. Astronauts Frank Borman, "It's overwhelmingl" Anders James A . ' Lovelt Jr. and 1 said, looking at a crowd William A. Anders, who spent several thousand in the 28- the niglit at the Waldorf- Astoria, planned (o take off from Newark airport at about noon. Despite sub-freezing weather Friday and winds gustlng tip to 27 miles an hour, New Yorkers by the hundreds of thousands urncd out to cheer the spacemen on a day in which the ceremonies included lunch at Lincoln Center, a state dinner at the Waldorf and a reception at the United Nations. The main event of the day was a ticker-tape pararle up the skyscraper-lined canyon of lower Broadway--renamed "Apollo Way" for the occasion--from 'Bowling Green to City Hall. The bitter colil 'limited the Nixon^Keeps [ Bliss As GOP Party Head NEW . Y O R K (UP1-Pres- ident-elect Nixon has spiked, at least temporarily, reports that he favores shelving GOP National Chairman Ray Bliss in favor of a younger, more aiticulate man. Bliss, Cl, emerged from t two-hour session with Ntron Friday and told reporters the president-elect had "expressed complete satisfaction" with the job he had done as head of the National Republican Party. He said he had accepted Nixon's Invitation to stay on in the job indefinitely. Bliss also said he was looking rward to (he 1970 elections id predicted that the Republi- ans would add strength in both e Senate and the House which ·e now dominated by the emocrats. "With a hard-hitting organiza- on and the right candidates, e should be able, in my udgrnent, to gain ground and ick up possible control of the ouse and Senate in 1970," he "Id * news conference at the ott.I Pierre. Bliss look over as head of Ihe OP in 1965 from Dean Burch, an assoriale of Barry Goldwa- er, and is credited with playing major role in building the rganization that successfully lected Nixon. Members of (he new cabinet oday went into their final ound of meetings with panels f experts who have been .tudying problems they will ace after taking office. Nixon will join the cabinet and the study groups at dinner onighL. wmptper Ufftt «wy clwt to reM study Dim notkM. W« vKc HUM cWam.MtUnil mjliofi, to urclM ttv* rlfht (X cm to puMc rtcords md pobMc FAST ACTING EASY TO USE That on Ihe Hlh day ol July, 195B, rt Kaaton, Jean THE GREATEST WAREHOUSE SALE YOU HAVE EVER SEEN! Continued next You'll Save A Bundle...When You. SHOP THE REALLY BIG ONE degree cold of noon at Cit; Hall. "You know they're youi friends when they come to see you In this weather." "This is the greatest--thi jreatest American--day I havi ever had In my life," -sale Borman's wife, Susan, holdini lier husband's arm. "1 *av never felt so warm. H'sa.-wari city. I don't care what In temperature is outside." The astronauts, barelieadc but wearing overcoats; an gloves, rode in an open ca irom Bowling Green about Jiv miles through the city t Lincoln Center and lunch in th New York State Theater. The eld the rest of their (ravelin around town in a bubble-toppe limousine. Greeted by UN A 10-second standing ovation greeted them in the U.N. Security Council chamber. Secretary General Thant hailed them as the men who "actually did jump over the moon." Although the day's events included a number of formal speeches and such ceremonies as the award of New York City's gold medal to the spacemen,most of the (alk was on the lighter side. Wrong Way Orbit Each of the tables at the Lincoln Center lunch had as its centerpiece a replica of the moon with a tiny space capsule suspended near its surface. The centerpiece at the head table was automated, with the tiny capsule orbiting the miniature moon--in the wrongdirocrion. "It would only happen in Nev, York," Mayor John V. Lindsay said of the wrong-way capsule. Dorman alluded to the troubles Lindsay has had in strike- plagued New York in his speech at lunch. He said the mayor had made an "informal application" to go along on the next Apollo space mission. "I understand Mayor Lindsay said he is ready for the moon now, but one more strike and he'll go for Mars," Borman said. . Appointments Made He announced appointment of 'our top assistants in the labor department, one of them a school teacher from ·forth Carolina. She is Mrs. Elizabeth Duncan Koontz, currently president of the National SducaUon Association, named :o head the Labor Department's women's bureau. Named to the No. 2 spot of undersecretary behind Labor Secretary Charles P. Shultz was James D. Hodgson, 52, of ·idjje, Calif., a vice president for labor-management relations of the Lockheed Aircraft Corp. Dr. Arnold Weber, 39, professor of industrial relations; at the University of Chicago School o f . usiness, was named Assistant labor Secretary for Manpower and Dr. Geofrey H. Moore of he New York City-based ^ationat Bureau of Economic Research, was named commissioner of labor statistics. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OP TRUSTEE'S SALE TO; Dolor«a De Haven, Robert Kuton, JeinGllUa, . G«arze Moors TAKE NOTICE; That on Ihe Hlh day Doloraa De Kiven, Rotoi ClUia k/vl George Moot,, txecuUd Iheir Deed ol Trust con vovtag therein cerUln hereinafter described reil e«Ute to J»m*ft A. Jordjn, Trua- lea, to 'aecurs the payment of IheEr ctrUln note owned and hell by Wllilim A. Wttton and Margaret Watson.Chea- l«, West Virginia, and which «!d Died of Trust fa ol record In the Of- flci ot the Clark ot Hit County Court of Hintotk County, Wcat VtrgfnU, in Dead ot Trurt Boo* No. 128, Page i50. TAKE NOTICE that th« makers of a*id Died of Trust and said note have dfbutted In the payment due on said not«. th* said William A. Watson and Uu-ftret Witaon, Chester, WeatVicJ tin!*, the principal owner* ot oaidnola hv* heretofore declared Lhe entire principal Indebtedness ot said note due and payable, together vlth the InUre'it thtreon and-ordered the undersigntd Jam«3 A, Jordan, Trustee, to procaed to Mil said property conveyed by lerma and conditions of said Ortd of Trust, ACCORDINGLY you will taXs noUc« that the undarsigned Jatnas A, Jordan, Truat««, w!U on Ihe 4th day of F»b- niary, 1S69, a.t the hour of H;OQ o'clock A.M. at the trvnl door of Ihe Court Houa* ol Hancock County, West Virginia. In Ihe town ol New Cumberland, West Virginia, offer for »al« aiw i«ll (or canh the /allowing describe: property, that IB to say; ' · All that certain parcel olUndeitu- ate onlheNorlhForkoiTomllaon'a Hun, in the District of Grant, County of Hancock and SUt* of West Virgin! »j and bounded and desert bod- as foUoira: Beginning at a stone corner on New SUte Route No. 2 and lands ol Donald Bales: thence south along lands of aaJd Donald Bates a distance' of One ifundrod and Twenty-five [125] fed: Ihenee, West one hundred (LOO) feet along Urrfs oi Alvah Allison; thence On* Hundred (100) feet in amrthwestarlydirec- tion, alone ^ds ot said Alvah Allison to slid New SUte Route No. 2, thence East following Une oE eald State Route No. 2, a distance of One Hundred Fifty (ISO) fael to place of beginning. Subject, nevertheless, to all of Ihe txceptionSj restrictions, reserve tlons and conditions set forth In ill prior decd-i of conveyance by, through and under which the s-afd grantors derive and claim title. Together with all fixtures, etc., contained in th« building located on within described property as £ llows: One 33 loot knotty cine, r; IS chrome bar niooLs; 2 3x6' foot mirrors; 1 3xB foot mirror; 1 3x6 foot mirror; 1 set of Bar Glauses; B Formica. Top Tablet: 1 24 in. Pedestal Fan; 26 Chairs: 1 Stainless Stael Three. (3] com- parlmenl ainJc 1 30 casebeer cooler- 2 knotty pine back bare; 1 Refrigerator; 1 Electric Stove; 1 Set Birch Booth's and Tables; 1 100 AT.U. C»s c«lUn( MeaUr; 2 -txfl Highway fiigne. . Terms of Sale -- CASH JAMES A. JORDAN, Trustee 1.11.1B.25.60-2.1-69 2 Drivers Cited By City Police · Wendell Baird, 59, of 118 Ingram Ave., was cited by police for failure to have vehicle under control after his car struck a pole on Ingram Avenue Friday afternoon. Mr. Baird lold police he was backing his car into the driveway at his residence when his foot hit the gas pedal, causing the car to go across the road and hit the pole. His bearing was set for Thursday, Jan. 1G, at 9 a.m. in City Court. Damage to the car was moderate. Clarence Melcliing, 32, of 1072 Commerce St., Mingo Junction, was cited for a traffic light violation at Main StreetandMarland Heights Road at 430 a.m. today. His hearing was set for Thursday, Jan. in City Court. A 17-year old Follansbeeyouth was taken into custody at 1:40 a.m. for disorderly conduct and intoxication at Hudson Avenue and MainStreet.Hisparentswere [notified. for BIG Savings far BIG Quality for BIG Selection HELD IN OUR STORES H*UC THE HOME TEAM THAT GIVES YOU THE MOST FOR YOUR MONEY capp Homes W£ DELIVER AND ERECT ON YOUR FOUNDATION, ENCLOSE YOUR HOME, AND FURNISH ALL FINISHING MATERIALS FOR INSIDE AND OUT AT A FIRM PRICE, Do the easy finishing work yourself OR subcontiacl for Complo- lion. Cither way you SAVfc! _ -- .__ MAIL THIS COUPON TODAY - --| To CAPP-HOHtS, Dvpt 112 Snively 2012 Cotton wood | O I own a lot- Phon'e l| D I Written Daily Tinrn, Stt, January 11,1969 PUBLIC NOTICES Your Right to Know ·nd ta Morimd of ttw functtoM --9 Wc noUcM. ki Hut uN- ^·W^ '·mtodtod In *Mj£j£AA atoflfat, ilf-aoviKiyixo^ ·PIM r ^PVPW 99Hif9^r · t LEGAL NOTICE OICUL NOTICE Ox ud Uhr M. 4^, I»iU»i. ·^M. tor u r Mtt totruittd . OOIULD S^KVtt 401 Chtlkut «T««4 ·von lo And Mb*erlb»l twtori 04. Kolujr Pvklle, tnu Mi iky o|ju- ' RAYMOND EWINO - Hotiry Public My commlMtan tqir*. tl-)l7X TEGAL NOTICE jeounti hai In Ml offlc« *t 3101 aln »U««, Welrton, W*st VirtinU, e ffillovuti; account* for s«tlleiD4irt: First andFinal Report of RAYMOND AHL AKDEBSQN. Executor of th* sUta of EDKA MAE AMIERSON, *Flrsl and FIn*X R«port o! AHTOIN ETTE DaElMONB JONES. Eucutrlx the EtUte Ot TONY lANTHOKy] sSIMOKE, Dtceased. First arid Final Report of WILUAM . EI.DER, AdmJftfstrator D.fii.N. of e ElUto of LOIS M. ELDER, De* !*sed. " · First and Final Report of WILLIAM AJDEOQ, Executor ot the Eatele o HARLES (CARL) NAJDECK1 alsc nown as KAROL NAjDEChJ, D« ·JMi ,i ftrtt and Final Report ot EFFA OIJNG, Executrix of the EeUte o UVrinm A, POUKC. Deceased. Given under my hand Ihls the 2n day of January, 19o9. NORMAN'D. FERRARI, JR, Commissioner of Accounts Hancock Co\u;ty, \V. Va. 1-1-11.5? LEGAL NOTICE REPORT OF CONDITION OF TJ5E FIKST BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF WEIRTON WEmTON, WESTVIRGENIA AFTER CLOSE OF BUSINESS DECEMBER 31, 1968 ASSETS: · first Morlffag« Loins $1,106,915. All Otfxr Loins 33,735. Account* Receivable · 555. Flxad Aglet* 11,323.0 Cash on Hand and In Banks U S . Gov. Obligation Other Resources 3S,18G,6 29,383.! ____ 65JJ4L! Sl.2B3.fl05. 51,250,506.9 ,97S, 9 370. B ^_LB.9 GO CLASSIFIED Written Dotty HUMS WANT ADS low Cosf- ANNOUNCEMENTS FLORISTS BETTY'S FLORIST . Pllon« 748-8140 INSURANCE GENERAL INSURANCE Liability - Compreh»rvslve Stop In For Dfllalla J. A. MENDENHALL Phone 746-631 3. 6 SPECIAL NOTICES WANTED. The woman Uiat was driving the blue VolV-sw»gon, tnd sxv the accident at the corner ot West and Virginia Streets or\ Sept. 4lh al 10:00 Please call this number- 148-5651, WILL pay up to $20 for each listing -Of L9S9 High School Senior class naaus and addresses. CkLl 412--4719512 - collect - nl/ie lo five. A s K f o r Mr. Lawrence* Reply's strictly con- HdenUat. Fil LIABILITIES L £*vin» Accounts Riaerva For Depreciation eEerve Tor Federal Incuranca Other I, George J. AjnetaHs, President .. * above nacried associkUonj solemnly swaar that thla report condition is true and correctj to t b*at of my knowledge and balief. GEOHOE J. AHETAKIS:- President HELEN S. SAQAN; · Secretary Corrcct-AtUsl: · · THOMAS KOUMAROS: * Director VICTOR A. QRECO; DJreclor F. ANDREW HcLAUGIlLIH: Director SLatt ol West Virginia, Coiinty of Hancock aai Sworn to *nd aub3crib*d before me this 9th day ol January, 1969, and 1 hereby cerbly that 1 am not an officer or director ol tMj aaweLation. My Commission explrai June 13, 1916. EDWARD T. ROWLAND A'otary Public On Death And Taxes Available For Club5 and Organizations CALL H tt R BLOCK 2B2«2 "WE'RE. PROUD" That So Many feopie Say "MY BANK" e biking about us. Tor · srvice on a FIRST NAME basis. Sen they'r e on a all your fcanUng nteds, CITIZENS BANK ofWEIRTQ.N 3265 Main St. -- Ph. 748-3«4- LOST AND FOUND TWO L u . spots. Reward. Phonn 748-4877. ye*c old Beagle Kcund, Nama ot ckie. Brown and white with blacfe 'LOST. Service nuns black vallet. Inl« tiala fi,A, ' ID, CaU 51 BEAUTY PARLORS . LEGAL IVOT1CE LEGAL NOTICE Hepori Of Condition Ot THE PEOPLES BANK Ol Weirton in (he State of West Virginia at the close of business on December 31, 1968. ASSETS; Cash, balances with other banks, and cash items in process of collection S 1,600,217.31 ·United States Government obligations 3,690,615,51 Obligations of States and political subdivisions .. -1,783,982.74 Securities ol Federal agencies and corporations , none Other securities (None) , none Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell 500,000.00 OUier loans and discounts ,,, 10,590.623.81 Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises 413,342.11 Real estate owned other than bank premises 4,000,00 Customers* liability to tliis bank on acceptances outstanding ',,,»,* · none Other assets 153,223.85 TOTAL ASSETS .,...; $21,796,003.46 LIABILITIES: Demand deposits oE individual partner- snips, and corporations ...,,., n,T»4'7,339,2Q Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations , 12,610,933.10 Deposits of United States Government 559,398.63 Deposits of States and political subdivisions .,,,,, ,803,652.56 Deposits ot foreign governments and official institutions, central banks and international institutions none Deposits of commercial banks ,.,, none Certified ami officers' checfcs, etc. ...-. 01,944.77 TOTAL DEPOSITS ' $15,613,268.37 (a) Total demand deposits $ 6,800,335.22 {b) Total lime 4 savings ~ " deposits $12,812,933.15 ' Federal funds purchased an-", securHies" sold under agreements to repurchase ,,,, none Other liabilities for borrowed money none Acceptances executed by or for account of this bank and outstanding none Other Liabilities (including none mortgages and other liens on bank premises art! other real estate) 380.193.21 TOTAL LIABILITIES $19,953,461.5S CAPITAL ACCOUNTS (a) Capital notes and debentures , ,.,,,, none (b) Preferred stock -- total par value none No. shares outstanding £none^ (c) Common stock -- total par value No. shares authorized _5i5*KL No. shares outstanding ~5,000" Surplus .TTT^TT. Undivided p r o f i t s ; Reserve for contingencies and other capital reserves 35.215.98 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $ 1.802,543.82 TOTAL LIABILITES ArxJ C A P I T A L ACCOUNTS AGNES BEAUTY. SHOP Appointment* Only Until January Phon* 723.0014 10 PLACES TO GO BURGER CHEF A Sura Family Treat V/eirtan ShnppfngPlaza 12 TRANSPORTATION WANTED ride' burst, daily . 146-5525. MALE HELP WANTED WANTED. 2 truck drivers for delivery an-i collection. Weir News, 216 Ferguson Avenue. 14 FEMALE HELP WANTED Waitress Wanted. Esty's Lunch. CaU 748.6554 at 74B-SS03. Waitress Wanted Alter noons For Peoples Bar. Phone 748-9865. HOUSEKEEPER wanted 'to live TMd care for two small chlldr* Ptone 745-ST7. Wanted. Waitress^. . Experienced. Apply - Welrton Motor Lodge. 15 MALE and FEMALE HELP TAJIT lime nesUurant 729.3686. SALESMEN Men · Women · Studcnls Walkins Home Products Distributor Phone 748-852'!. Wanted. Dlslrwasher. - Good Pay. Apply - Weirlon Motor Loct B «. CALL MANPOWER lined ind Experienced PeopU Available For Any Work. Phoni 283-3435. 16 SITUATIONS WANTED WiU Do Jtouseworl By Day Phone 123-0115, 17 SCHOOLS, TRAINING NEEDED. Qualified personnel. Let us train you (or secretarial, IBM and Burroughs business machines com* puter programming. Florida Institute ot EUctronlcs. 3160 Main St., Weirton. Ph. 74B.3340. 500,000.00 500,000.00 MEMORANDA A v e r a g e ol total deposits for the IS calendar days ending with call date ,,.,, $19,942,523,90 Average of total loans for the 15 calendar days ending with call dale ., $11,019,664.03 Loans as shown in Item 7 of "Assets'. 1 are alter deduction of valuation reserves of 160,934.05 Securities as shown in 2-5 of "Assels" are atlor deduction of valuation reserves of fiQ.OOO.OO We R. E, M e n t z e r , President, and K. L. Heale, Cashier, of the above-named bank do solemnly swear that this report of condition is t r u e and correct, to" the best of our knowledge and belief. R. E, MENTZEK, President ·· H. U HEALE, Cashier , . C o r r e c t -- A t t e s t : D. N. THOMAS E. D. H O T H R O C K -- Directors B. E. W1CXHAM Slate of of West V i r g i n i a , County of Hancock, ss: Sworn (o and subscribed before me this 9th d a y of January, 1360, and I hereby c e r t i f y t h a t I am not an officer or director of this bank, My commission expires September 12, 1978, LILLIAN Z E L L A R , Notary Public i 1-11-63 HOME SERVICES RADIO and TV SERVICE TOM'S TV Sates Service Phone 748-3277 28 MOVING - HAULING Will IUu H You Call 74S-«1I. Coal, SU«, Hoof Repairs. Any KJnd of Clean-up lUuUnfc. 30 'TYPEWRITER SERVICE TYPEWRITERS and adding machines repaired. New Remington electric typewriters and uHd typewriters (or sale. Office Sup ' " ' St., Welrton. Plxina T FUEL OIL BOWERS SUPPLY FUEL OIL PHONE 748-3850 37 HAULING RUBBISH HAUUNG of Junk Only. Old tulomo. biles. Old appliances, call 723.2326 or 123-3797. BUILDING SERVICES BLOCK Mid BRICK Central Cairxnt Work, GW»walXs, Drivtwaya, Porcht«, C«U*r St*pi, TONY KAtnCA - Ptortt 141*13M 42 ROORNG-SPOUTING J L C ROOF1NO house panting, BuiII up roofs. Frtt . phon* faa-aaio,

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