The Evening Review from East Liverpool, Ohio on January 11, 1952 · Page 22
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The Evening Review from East Liverpool, Ohio · Page 22

East Liverpool, Ohio
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Friday, January 11, 1952
Page 22
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1952 EAST LIVERPOOL REVIEW, EAST LIVERPOOL^OHIO. FACET Incumbents Returned To Midland Posts Council Reappoints \t \miual Meeting; Reports Presented Midland Council reappoinled in cumbents in borough offices and heard the a n n u a l reports of offi- c i a l s T h u r s d i v night in its meeting in the Borough Building Carlsen i Continued from Paie One) vice president of Council ing Eh Corak Reappomted were F r a n k A Suf foletta solicitor T F Rodforg service off cer of the Midland Vet e r a n s S e r v i c e Center Edward Barrett fire c h i e f R E Steebner borough engineer H a r r v McDon aid chem s t f r a i k M Suffolctta member of the /omng Board of Ap- 1 K u k i c h h e a l t h I f o u r d d ( w n in the storeroom a bin pojnd cake with a big hole in it and I p^t m\ arm through it and brought it u p he said He lived on the pound cake and w a t e r for s e v e r a l d a \ s Later he f o u d some w i i e and beer aboard Still later the L S Dcstro\er Wil lard Keith get hot co'fec a r d fjod to h m B n i g h t he read b the of a flickering candle His w a s The S e a m a r and the Law Things b r i g h t e n e d for h i m a f t e r a week of lonelv battle when the Turmoil c o m i n g close bv put aboard Fi r st Mate K e n n e t h Danc 27 W h a t did thev talk about on those long ecrit i lints' 1 W e l l we talked about this press busmen C a r l s e n replied To be f r a n k we w e r e both geared of it He became jjven more scared he admitted w h e n the time of his heroic stand spread and he rea ized there m i g h t be quite A h ss about Mayor Picks 3 Policemen At Robert Beresford, Robert Wellington, Pete Trainer Chosen deputj s h e r i f f a"d before t h a t w o r k e d as a special o f f i c e r in \\el sville M a v o r Leatherbe r said t h e men w i l be sworn in sometime next week after thev h a v e ta^en a p h v s c a l exarr Thcv w i l begin their duties Wednesdav Chief John B Hephner said the additions will allow the department to h a v e men on dutv 24 hours a d a y He said the ( men w i l work eight hour s h i f t s Mavor C C Leatherberry of Wellsville today announced the appointment of Robert Beresford Robert Wellington and Pete Trainer as new patrolmen Leatherbcrry made the after notice from the Civil Service Commission which conducted an examination for the posts last week Eleven took the test A 1 mill lew for a d d i t i o n a l men became effective the first of the year The lev passed last Mav will run for two years Beresford did not take the exam last week as his nam The d e p a r t m e n t will row h a v e six patrolmen and the chief At the same time tne m a o r said the following men have been placed on the e igibilit list for fu ture appointments W lliam Stro bel Homer Simms and George C J T r Beresford is a graduate of V»ells Mile High School where he was a star football plaver and served in the South Pacific dur ng World War II Before his appointment as a dep- utv in 1949 he was employed at the P o s t c f f i c e n Wellsville and served as an extra policeman He is a fo'mer commander of korn Lumber Co and has been serv rg as an extra patro man He is a member of the Elks Lodge He s m a r r i e d and the father of a son Robe-t Bruce Thev res de at 401 Fifth St Tra ner 30 a so s s v e t e r a n of \Vorld W a r II h a v i n g served three v c a r s w i t h the A r m v in Europe he has bee i emploved at the Ster ing Chna Co and is a mem ber of the Knights of Co u m b u s He resides at 432 14th St with his wife and son Thomas , , , . · p m to Install officers (or th« ter D-- R J Gil iland right sv p- ^^ ^, ( Md ft \\ ovn poi' to *he v i c e gr^nd C A ^___________ ism th left support K e r r e t h M _ Bude w a r d e n Lawrence J b i s 60 l o 1 ake Draft JtXHIll ton c o r d i c ' r r c "ibi ma Countv Draft Board utor^c \ nood ch pi i * R 16 at L s on »ill befln meeti-if \\ i KC-- 11 t r s\anl Doi Id M J a i u \ r \ cal s Tuesdaj fending bO lign o i t i r gi ird Lc ai d U F i mm to Canoton for pre-uvducuon K e j , -ixt ,- i id i d H n d p \ s i H! examinations A group ft Peterson JaTe-. Thon i a i d T i c c 2** vu I be inducted Thursday^and ""he odgc \ v i reel T h u i s n i v at u d for p h v s i c a l i Jan Zl B\ Odd Felloes Lodge Officers for Pennova Odd Fe' lows Lodge 880 Acre i stalled at 3 meeting Thurscidv T.IRM in tht 'odge rooms b v lovd Tice dist'ict deputv grand master and staff The officers re George W Hood noble grard D a v i d Hobbns v i c e grand Joseph W Blankenship re cording secretarv Thomas C DC ver financial s e c r e t a r v R a v m o n d Stillwell treasurer George C i r c l e ' r i g h t supporter tr the noble grand Tice left supper - who held the The appoint ment became e f f e c t i v e Thursday Thomas J F a i n a n position two v e a r s Other appointments included Nile W a i n to the Police Civil Service Commission and James Bole as dog catcher succeeding Mike Vis mck Police Chief E J Stefl Fire Chief Barrett and Health Officer Kukit'h g a v t their a n n u a l reports Chief Stefl who is under civil service reported 471 a r r e s t s 258 fined and 176 p i r k i n g meter viola r/e % \%\,TM ! c n o7ts C tta^ S. 287 60 Corrplamts received and acted on totaled 1 571 Chief Barrett reported fire losses ro p e ladder a few minutes latei Carlsen stepped onto the Prince O f Wate pier in Falmouth today wearing an oversized black r a i n coat he borrowed from one of his rescuers at 10 08 a m 5 05 a m East Liverpool time j j us t cannot find words enough to express mv gratitude to vo i ne told the crowd Carlsen said he finallv knew it w a l time to give up his ship w h e n the wheelhouse door exploded from the prcss\ re of the water CARRY A COMPLETE LINE ARTISTS' SUPPLIES Qivt Ytur Will A Bruk . By brlnrlnt her here to enjoy an r v r n l n n mral T h e r e i a l w a y s toed food at BRADY'S COFFEE SHOP Film And Dances Entertain PT\ Group d A til b v a trio t h e prQ . w h i c h 27 w t r e genenl and 23 still I His department made 95 inspec tions d , n , g 1951 and made three out-of town c ,1 s Health Officer K u k i c h reported single cases of chickcnpox scarlet fever and tuberculosis and 19 of measles n 1951 His office is ued 291 hca th cer tificates six milk permits 25 s l a u g h t e r i n g permits tnd 39 sam tary licet sis received 81 com p l a i n t s m ide 10 tests of water and reported 55 cases w h e r e un s a n i t a r v conclitioi s w e r e found C o u n c 1 passed one ordinance and rece ved a request ofr another Coi r c i l (ippioverl in ordinance a u t h o r i z i n g the Duquesne Light Co to fur sh electric l i t h t for streets and h i g h w a v s for the bor o u p h foi t i e next f i v e v e i r s A request c h m g i n g P l a n D Re vised located on the southside of Midla d "ivc between llth and 12th Sts f r o m a residential to a business section was received from K i t i e Bronc Nick Deramo and D e n Del! i c c o Co i s l i u c t c d SoliciUn Suf foletu to dnw ip ai ord n i n c e Thursd v , Partic.pating ,n the dance, were Rub Six Judv Nesse.rod and Huth Ann P .ulev Miss Alma Cun m n g h a m p r i r c i p a l showed t n e movie The third gr de won the atten dance contest D i e H 0 ) t piesi dent conducted business , . at KING-EELLS Red Cross Board Will Elect Officer* The Board of Directors of the Red Cross Chipter s planning election of officers in the near f u t u r e New m e m b e r s of the board n a m e d for three vear term' are lohn G n h a m Dr Ldith Gilmore Miss Lena Pilmisa 10 James Hor ,cr M i s Michael Turk the Rev M j i t i n J Bonn Mrs H E Dierk- rr and Herm in Miller The Rev Piiil Beighle\ of Sal i n e v i l e w h o completed » three^ e a r tcm has been appointed to fill out a two-vear term for the late Fred Gecrge Mrs E ranees I r w m has been named c h a i r m a n of the I imor Rec! 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