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COMMONWEALTH of PENNSYLVANIA 
DEPARTMENT of MINES and MINERAL INDUSTRIES 



Anthracite Division 

1968 

Annual Report 

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 

RAYMOND P. SHAFER 

Governor 



H. B. CHARMBURY 

Secretary of Minos and Minora! Industries 



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COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 

RAYMOND P. SHAFER 
Governor 




DEPARTMENT of MINES and MINERAL INDUSTRIES 

H. B. CHARMBURY 
Secretary 



ANTHRACITE DIVISION 

1968 

ANNUAL REPORT 



Harrisburg 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Page 

Governor Raymond Philip Shafer, Photograph and Biography 6 and 7 

Secretary H. B. Charmbury. Photograph and Biography 8 and 9 

1968 Annual Review 10 

Illustrations 11-15 

STATISTICAL REPORTS: 

Production, Employes and Fatalities — 1870 to 1968 19 

Summary of Anthracite Mines, Production and Fatalities 21 

Production by County 22 

Production, How Shipped, Average Days Worked 24 

Anthracite Division — Small Mine Report 25 

Classification of Employes — By District 27 

Operators Producing 50.000 Tons or More 28 

Production and Accident Record for Operators Having a Fatality 29 

Causes of Fatal Accidents — By County 30 

Fatal Accident Victims— 1968 31 

Accidents in Which Five or More Persons Were Killed— 1847 to 1968 32 

Forty Year Study of Anthracite, by County 37 

PRODUCTION TABLE: 

Production, etc., of Anthracite Operators — By District 47 

REPORT OF OIL AND GAS DIVISION: 

Oil and Gas Conservation Commission Annual Report of 1968 91 

Tables 1 to 8 97 

DIRECTORY: 

Department of Mines and Mineral Industries Directory 127 

Anthracite Operators 130 

Anthracite Breakers. Washeries and Preparation Plants 136 




Commonwealth of Pennsylvania 

Department of Mines and 

Mineral Industries 

harrisburg 



April 15, 1969 



The Honorable Raymond P. Shafer 

Governor 

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania 

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 

Dear Governor Shafer: 

In compliance with the Act of April Hi, 1903, I 

transmit herewith the Report of the Department of Mines and 

Mineral Industries for the year ending December 31, 1968, 

covering in detail the operations in the Anthracite Division 

of Pennsylvania. 

Respectfully submitted, 



H. B. Charmbury 



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RAYMOND PHILIP SHAFER 
GOVERNOR, COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 

Pennsylvania's Governor Raymond Philip Shafer was born March 5, 
1917, in New Castle. Pennsylvania, and raised in Meadville where he 
attended the public schools. At his high school commencement in 1934 
he proved that a star basketball player could be class valedictorian. 

His athletic-academic abilities were displayed on a greater scale at 
Allegheny College. A political science major, he made Phi Beta Kappa, 
won nine varsity letters (basketball, soccer and track), was class presi- 
dent each year and was the student body president in his senior year. 

After graduation in 1938 he went to Yale Law School. Members of 
his law fraternity included future Governor Scranton, two future U. S. 
Supreme Court Justices (Stewart and White), a future U. S. Senator 
(Dominick. Colorado), future author (Walter S. Lord) and others 
who made their mark on the national scene. LIFE magazine in 1966 
reprinted this extraordinary group's portrait taken in 1940. Shafer 
had then become Lieutenant Governor of Pennsylvania and was the 
Republican nominee for Governor. 

After getting his law degree in June 1941, Shafer, the following 
month, married his college sweetheart. Jane Harris Davies of Pitts- 
burgh. In August the couple moved to New York City where Shafer 
was associated with Secretary of War Stimson's law firm (Winthrop, 
Stimson, Putnam and Roberts). In 1942 he was commissioned an en- 
sign in the Navy. Before returning to inactive duty in 1945, he had 
logged over 80 combat missions in PT Boats, brought General Mac- 
Arthur back to Corregidor in fulfillment of the famous promise, and 
had added the Bronze Star and the Purple Heart to his campaign med- 
als. The official U. S. Navy Volume on PT-Boat Operations carries a 
photograph of Shafer, aboard a rubber raft, evacuating paratroopers 
pinned down by sniper fire on a small Pacific Island. 

After the war, Shafer returned to Meadville to practice law. He 
was affiliated with the office of the late former Judge Mook, and sub- 
sequently became a partner in the firm of Thomas. Shafer, DornhafTer 
and Swick. He taught business law at Allegheny College while practic- 
ing. In 1947 he was elected district attorney of Crawford County on 
both tickets, a feat he repeated in 1951. In 1958 he was elected to the 
Pennsylvania Senate, representing Mercer and Crawford Counties. In 
1962 he was elected Lieutenant Governor of Pennsylvania, and two years 
later was the acting Chairman of the Pennsylvania delegation to the 
1964 Republican National Convention in San Francisco. In November 
1966 he was elected Governor, marking the first time in Pennsylvania's 
political history that a lieutenant governor successfully ran for the 
highest office. 

An ardent sportsman. Governor Shafer is a top-flight golfer. His 
civic activities are legion. He holds memberships in many community 
and fraternal organizations, together with his professional associations 
as a member of the Bar. 

Governor and Mrs. Shafer have three children: Diane, Raymond, 
Jr., and Jane as well as a grandson. "Flip." 



DR. H. B. CHARMBURY 

PENNSYLVANIA SECRETARY OF MINES 
AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES 

Pennsylvania's Secretary of Mines and Mineral Industries, Dr. H. Beecher Charm- 
bury, was born September 21, 1914 in Hanover, Pennsylvania, and educated in 
Hanover public schools. 

Dr. Charmbury commands a wealth of professional education and experience in 
his post as Secretary of Mines and Mineral Industries. 

He was first appointed to this position by former Governor William W. Scranton 
in January, 1963, and subsequently reappointed by present Governor Raymond P. 
Shafer in December, 1966. 

He received his A*. B. degree in chemistry, cum laude, from Gettysburg College in 
1936, and his Master's degree in chemistry from Pennsylvania University the 
following year. He was awarded his Ph. D. degree in Fuel Technology from The 
Pennsylvania State University in 1942. 

Prior to his appointment as Secretary of Mines and Mineral Industries, Dr. Charm- 
bury has been associated with The Pennsylvania State University since 1937 and 
currently is on leave of absence from that school. He started out as a research 
assistant in the Department of Petroleum and Natural Gas. and from there went on to 
become Professor and Head of the Department of Mineral Preparation at Penn State 
in 1953. 

He was one of the first people to be invited as a lecturer at the Third International 
Coal Preparation Congress in Liege, Belgium in 1958. and was also a lecturer at the 
First European Symposium on Coal Size Reduction in Frankfurt, Germany in 1962. 

The firms to which he has been a consultant on problems related to coal, metallic 
and non-metallic minerals, as well as air pollution, reads like a blue chip list of 
American industry. A partial list includes the Molybdenum Corporation of America; 
Rochester and Pittsburgh Coal Company; Esso Research and Engineering Company; 
The Babcock and Wilcox Company: The American Tool and Supply Company; The 
Lampa Mining Company, Ltd.; Corn Products Company; "Rock Products" (Maclean- 
Hunter Publications) ; and Titan Metal Manufacturing Company. In addition he has 
also served as consultant to many municipalities on similar problems. 

He has authored numerous articles on coal and other mineral technology for such 
publications as "Mechanization". "Utilization", "Rock Products", "Mineral Indus- 
tries", "Brick and Clay Record", and "Mining Engineering". Many of his technical 
papers have been translated and reprinted abroad in German, French and Chinese 
publications. 

As a renowned authority on coal, its preparation and usage, as well as other 
minerals, Dr. Charmbury has also presented technical papers before such conclaves 
as the American Mining Congress, the American Chemical Society, and the National 
Association of Industrial and Mechanical Engineers. 

He is listed in American Men of Science, Who's Who in American Education, 
Who's Who in Engineering, Who's Who in the East, and Leaders in American Science. 

As Secretary of Mines and Mineral Industries in Pennsylvania, Dr. Charmbury 
serves as chairman of the following boards and commissions: Bituminous Land 
Reclamation Board; Coal Research Board; State Mine Subsidence Insurance Fund; 
Oil and Gas Conservation Commission; Anthracite and Bituminous State Mine In- 
spectors' Examining Board; Oil and Gas Inspectors' Examining Board; and the 
Anthracite Mine Drainage Commission. 

In addition, he is vice-chairman of the Anthracite Allocation Committee as well as 
a member of the State's Sanitary Water Board and the Air Pollution Commission. 
He also is a member of the Board of Trustees for the Pennsylvania State University. 

He is a member of the Lutheran Church. A. F. & A. M., and a past exalted ruler and 
past district deputy grand exalted ruler of the B. P. 0. Elks. 



1968 ANNUAL REVIEW 

by 
Dr, H. B. Charmbury, Secretary 

By sheer weight of achievement, the year 1968 has to be singled 
out as one of the most significant in the long history of Pennsylvania's 
Department of Mines and Mineral Industries. 

On all fronts — mine safety, coal production, regulation and enforce- 
ment, mine area restoration, research, and legislation — notable accom- 
plishments marked the entire year. 

Pennsylvania has certainly come a long way since 1963. 

Our State has always been a leader in providing effective safety as 
well as conservation legislation. 

But this means nothing unless enforcement of these laws is just as 
adequate. 

Early in 1968, I ordered our mine inspector force to start making 
surveys of all the deep coal mines within the State for the purpose of 
checking compliance with our safety laws, and particularly in regards 
to the handling of explosives within the mines. 

In an effort to further strengthen our enforcement of the deep mine 
safety laws, I have since ordered the inspectors to periodically change 
or rotate the schedule of their regular mine inspections, and, to spot 
check, unannounced, any deep mine which our director of mine safety 
feels should be checked out for any reason. Even though scheduled 
visits by our mine inspectors are not announced now, by changing their 
schedules periodically, and by adding spot check investigations to their 
regular inspections, we hope to see even better compliance with our 
safety laws and regulations during 1969. 

To help keep this cause of safety foremost in the minds of not 
only the mining management peoples, but the miners themselves, I 
added a competent mine safety coordinator to my staff in the summer 
of 1968. This man, responsible principally to me, will go into the 
mines and talk with the men directly about safety, per se, and the 
need for constant vigilance underground. Not only that, but his reports 
along with the regular inspectors' reports, will provide us with a closer 
insight into the problems as well as action taken by mine owners and 
officials in promoting safety. 

Even though we experienced less fatalities during the past year than 
in the previous year, a total of 36 in 1967 as against 33 in 1968, any 
relaxation — throughout the year — of maximum effort in promotion and 
enforcement of our safety codes would be tantamount to the abandon- 
ment of our oldest assigned responsibility. And I am keenly aware 
of this fact. 




Collapsing pillars in old abandoned deep mines continue to plague many sections 
of Pennsylvania's coal region communities. The two homes above are in Pittsburgh's 
West Mifflin residential area and were condemned after surface subsidence virtually 
destroyed them. No one was hurt, however. This area was one of five different 
areas of the State where dry fly ash was employed to 'flush' voids for the first time 
in the world by the Department. 




Variability of the Department's reclamation work is shown with this photo of 
capped and plugged abandoned well in new Moraine State Park, Butler County. 
This well was one of 300 such wells that the Department sealed in joint effort with 
Department of Forests and Waters in park's development. In addition to well 
sealing, several hundred acres of abandoned strip mines were restored to near 
original condition and several hundred thousand tons of abandoned mine refuse 
banks were buried to make new park's Lake Arthur safe from pollution. 



In addition, late in 1968 and of significant importance in our 
efforts to control or eliminate the causes of pneumoconiosis — miner's 
asthma — was the Coal Research Board's grant to two agencies, Bitumi- 
nous Coal Research, Inc. and the Lee-Norse Mining Co., both of 
Pittsburgh. This award, for $136,000 was for the actual design and 
prototype construction of the mechanical dust collection devices, which 
can be employed on the widely used continuous mining machines to 
arrest dust production at the source. 

We have every reason to be hopeful that the hardware that these two 
agencies will jointly develop, will be adaptable to virtually any type 
of continuous, mechanical miners. Successful development of this 
single Coal Research Board project, portends tremendous advancement 
in the ultimate elimination of the cause of this dread disease. This 
award also highlights the very importance of the Coal Research Board 
and the great progress made by this agency in the past few years alone. 
I am extremely hopeful that funds for this particular research agency 
will be forthcoming during 1969 in order to accommodate even more 
important proposals already before them for approval, and which sub- 
sequently had to be denied in 1968. 

At the same time, while our total coal production was down over 
the previous year, I am greatly enthused about tonnage prospects for 
1969. Even though our bituminous mines produced 75,714,611 tons 
through 1968, compared with 79,101,385 tons for the previous year, 
new mine-mouth installations in the central part of our State promise 
fulfillment of one of our main goals. And that is to make Pennsylvania 
the electricity producing capital of the eastern seaboard. We are well 
on our way to this 'coal-by-wire' goal, with active installations in 
Cambria and Indiana counties now serving as the hub in this en- 
deavor. Anthracite production, on the other hand, continued a down- 
ward trend begun years ago, dropping from a total of 11,552,441 tons 
during 1967, to 11,025,482 tons during 1968. At the same time, there 
are still 6,682 people employed in anthracite mining operations in 
the State; a total of 23,117 are employed in bituminous coal mines. 

Through "Operation Scarlift", launched in 1967, we began an action 
program on burning abandoned mine refuse banks as major sources 
of air pollution in the coal regions. We currently have $2.5 million 
in conservation bond issue funds actively committed to eliminate four 
major sources of this type of air pollution located in Luzerne and 
Lackawanna counties. Other projects are in various stages of develop- 
ment. 

In addition to that, regulation over active mine refuse banks was 
turned over to our Department during the past year by legislation and 
signed into law by Governor Shafer. Our Department is now in the 
process of charting the actual locations of all of these banks, as well 
as developing and implementing controls to ensure that they will not 
become burning air pollution hazards in the future. 

'Scarlift' itself has already become a standard for conservation- 
reclamation programs by which other states can model. The scope of 
this program was advanced to the point during 1968, whereby we now 




"Fire engine" type portable lime neutralization plants such as the one shown in 
foreground above, were employed by the Department for the first time in Nation 
in 1968. They will be primarily used to neutralize acid strip mine pits prior to 
complete restoration and drainage of these pits, and on an emergency basis to 
stop periodic "acid slugging" of Commonwealth streams. 




Workmen are shown cutting 15-foot wide trench leading from air shaft at 
abandoned Buttonwood Colliery, near Wilkes-Barre, prior to installation of concrete. 
In this 'Scarlift' reclamation project, the outflow of water through the air shaft, 
opened in the fall of 1968, served to relieve subsidence problems across the Susque- 
hanna River in the Kingston area by pulling subsurface water tables down in 
abandoned mines on that side of Wyoming Valley and out of subsurface moraine 
sand deposits. 



have — in action and research programs — a total of $57 million com- 
mitted to some 117 active projects. 

The funds for this important work are provided by the State Legisla- 
ture and supported by grants and joint contracts with the Appalachian 
Regional Commission, the Federal Water Pollution Control Adminis- 
tration and the Department of Interior's U.S. Bureau of Mines. 

We were successful in having 11 of 12 of our proposed joint con- 
tracts on abandoned mine drainage research approved by the FWPCA 
during 1968. This points up significance of the Department's advanced 
technology in this area since this Federal agency financially supported 
a total of only 18 such research-demonstration projects throughout the 
entire nation during the year. 

Besides the four burning bank extinguishment projects, other active 
conservation bond issue projects include 44 projects to control or 
eliminate sources of abandoned mine drainage pollution, $22.4 million 
committed thus far; 5 projects to control or extinguish underground 
mine fires, $800,000; and 9 projects to help curtail surface subsidence 
by filling-in underground, abandoned mines, $409,000. A total of $30 
million in State and Federal funds through Appalachia is spread over 
55 similar projects in the coal regions. 

During early summer last year, we successfully demonstrated the 
use of dry fly ash as a material that can be used in filling-in under- 
ground abandoned mine voids. This project, at Pittsburgh's Glen 
Gormley residential area, was the first of its type in history. This 
material, a waste by-product of coal using electric power stations, is 
now being used in two of our underground 'flushing' projects, and 
several more are being planned. 

The most significant accomplishment insofar as the Oil and Gas 
Division is concerned was the passage of Act 265 approved July 31, 
1968. In one form or another, similar amendments to the basic Act 
were proposed in every Legislative Session since 1957. Act 265 amended 
the Pennsylvania Gas Operations, Well-Drilling, Petroleum and Coal 
Mining Act of 1955. 

First of all, this new Act provides uniform reporting. While the 
basic Act did define how shallow wells in non-coal areas must be 
plugged, no plugging certificate was filed with this Division, nor was 
the Division advised prior to plugging or drilling by the industry. 
These amendments became effective September 30, 1968. To illustrate: 
A total of 849 plugging file numbers for shallow non-coal wells were 
issued from the effective date to January 1, 1969. During the same 
period, 297 drilling permits were issued for wells in these areas. 

Prior to the enactment of Act 265, we would have received no plug- 
ging data, and only location plats and well records, thirty days after 
well completion. 

A total of 871 wells were drilled and completed during the year, 
248 for gas and 466 for oil. 



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The burning Pennsylvania Coal & Coke Co. abandoned bank at Heshbon in 
Indiana County was subjected to a "chemical smothering" approach under a 
research project by the Department of Mines. Project involved extinguishment of 
the pile by application of a mixture of vermiculite, sodium bicarbonate, limestone 
dust and resins to the fire area. The pile has been shaded and the smothering 
chemicals have been applied by Melpar, Inc., in a $178,497.60 grant by the 
Pennsylvania Coal Research Board. 




People who remember what the Marvine burning bank at Scranton looked like 
before the Department of Mines' project started to extinguish it (above), would 
never recognize the huge pile of air pollution today! Progress on extinguishment 
has been so terrific that the bank, which lies practically on top of Interstate 81 
in north Scranton, will be eliminated early in 1969. It will be another historic first 
for the Department, which has pioneered mine area reclamation ever since 1963. 
High-pressure hydraulic guns are being used, employed by the Department for 
the first time anywhere. 



STATISTICAL 
REPORTS 



COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 

DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES 

ANTHRACITE DIVISION 

TOTAL PRODUCTION OF COAL, PRODUCTION FROM STRIPPINGS AND WASHERIES 

EMPLOYES, FATALITIES, ETC. 

1870- - 1968 



19 















Fatal- 


No. 












Produc- 


ities 


of 




Total 


Washery Stripping 




tion 


per 


ins- 




production 


production production 


Fatal- 


per 


million 


pec- 


Year 


(net tons) 


(net tons)* (net 


tons)* Employes 


ities 


fatality 


tons 


tors 




# 




# 


§ 


# 


# 


# 


1870 


Hi, 172, 001; 




35, 600 


211 


67,166 


ia.89 


5 


1871 


15,532,252 




37,1*88 


210 


73,963 


13.52 


5 


1872 


15,567,973 




hh, 71*5 


223 


69,811 


ia.32 


5 


1873 


21,001,521 




1*8,199 


261* 


79,551 


12.57 


5 


18 7U 


19,930,2liO 




53,1*02 


231 


86,278 


11.59 


5 


1875 


23,U02,6k6 




69,966 


238 


98,330 


10.17 


6 


1876 


23,UiO,666 




70,1*71* 


228 


102,810 


9.73 


6 


1877 


21^,727,213 




66,81*2 


191* 


127, a6o 


7.85 


6 


1878 


20,900,966 




63,961* 


187 


111,770 


8.95 


6 


1879 


31,036,600 




68,81*7 


262 


118, a6o 


s.aa 


6 


1880 


27,97li, 532 




73,373 


202 


138, ass 


7.22 


6 


1881 


3U, 202, 558 




76,031 


273 


125, 28a 


7.98 


7 


1882 


35,057, 1*30 




82,200 


295 


118,839 


8.1a 


6 


I883 


37,71*7,369 




91,1*21 


323 


116,865 


8.56 


6 


188a 


36,1*68,738 




101,073 


332 


109, 8a6 


9.10 


6 


1885 


38,232,155 




100,320 


332 


115,157 


8.68 


7 


1886 


38,950,932 




103,01*1* 


279 


139,609 


7.16 


7 


1887 


1*2,156,300 




106,517 


316 


133, ao6 


7.50 


7 


1888 


1*6,635,037 




122,218 


361* 


128,118 


7.81 


8 


1889 


1*3,650,768 




119,61*6 


397 


109,952 


9.09 


8 


1890 


W*, 986, 286 




119,919 


378 


119,011 


s.ao 


7 


1891 


1*9,701,322 




123,308 


1*28 


116,125 


8.61 


8 


1892 


51,226,978 




130,300 


1*18 


122,553 


8.16 


8 


1893 


52 f 8Ul, 110 


i 


138,069 


1*56 


115,880 


8.63 


8 


189U 


50,966,920 


386,960 


139,939 


1*1*6 


111*, 276 


8.75 


8 


1895 


56,91*8,756 


386,531* 


11*3,705 


1*21 


135,270 


7.39 


8 


1896 


53,8U3,250 


527,809 


150,088 


502 


107,257 


9.32 


8 


1897 


52,581,036 


732,71*3 


11*9,557 


1*23 


12a,305 


8.0a 


8 


1898 


52,812,675 


697,759 


11*2,1*20 


an 


129, a98 


7.78 


8 


1899 


60,518,331 


1,055,1*26 


H*0,60l* 


1*61 


131,276 


7.62 


8 


1900 


57,363,396 


1,818,170 


11*3,821* 


an 


139,570 


7.16 


8 


1901 


67, 091*, 665 


2,009,861* 


11*7,651 


513 


130,789 


7.65 


8 


1902 


1*1,31*0,935 


2,965,792 


11*8,139 


300 


137,803 


7.26 


8 


1903 


75,232,585 


1*, 119, 258 


151,827 


518 


3J*5,237 


6.89 


15 


1901; 


73, 591*, 369 


3,1*1*0,1*20 


161,330 


595 


123,688 


8.08 


15 


1905 


78,61*7,020 


3,897,688 


168,251* 


6aa 


122,123 


8.19 


15 


1906 


72,139,510 


1*, 880, 1*02 


166,175 


557 


129,5ia 


7.72 


19 


1907 


86,056,1*12 


5,630,169 


168,771* 


708 


121,51*9 


8.23 


20 


1908 


83,51*3, 2U3 


1*, 635, 923 


171*, 503 


678 


123,220 


8.12 


20 


1909 


80,223,833 


5,206,562 


171,195 


567 


11*1,1*88 


7.07 


20 


1910 


83,683,991* 


5,U12,167 


168,175 


601 


139,21*1 


7.18 


20 


1911 


90,917,176 


1*, 555,1*57 


173,338 


699 


130,067 


7.69 


21 


1912 


81i,li26,869 


1*, 317, 161 


175,098 


601 


H*0,a77 


7.12 


21 


1913 


91,626,961* 


2, 93U, 157 


175,310 


62a 


11*6,838 


6.81 


21 


191U 


91,189,61a 


2,702,537 


180,899 


600 


151,983 


6.58 


21 


1915 


89,377,706 


3,1*18,1*27 


177,339 


588 


152,003 


6.58 


21 


1916 


87,680,198 


1*, 1*32, 606 


159,169 


565 


155,186 


6.aa 


25 


1917 


100, W5, 299 


6,1*08,277 


156,11*8 


581 


172,883 


5.78 


25 


1918 


99,1*1*5,791* 


7,21*6,1*51* 


11*8,226 


556 


178,859 


5.59 


25 


1919 


87,838,021* 


3,616,675 


153,780 


636 


138,110 


7.2a 


25 


1920 


89,636,036 


5,1*35,697 
1,81*2,096 


11*9,117 


a90 


182,931 


5. a? 


25 


1921 


90,358,61^2 


161,926 


5a6 


165, a92 


6.0a 


25 


1922 


53,910,201 


2,525,1*02 


159,880 


300 


179,701 


5.56 


25 


1923 


92,653,6ia 


1*, 212,001 


158,761* 


515 


179,910 


5.56 


22 


1921* 


87,277,1*1*9 


1,11*1, 796 


162,503 


a96 


175,963 


5.68 


22 


1925 


61, 331*, 11*5 


891*, 187 


163,825 


aoi 


152,953 


6.5a 


18 


1926 


83, 871*, 500 


1,365,175 


168,731* 


a55 


i8a,3ao 


5.a2 


18 


1927 
1928 


79,367,151* 


1,81*1,1*1*0 


167,61*8 


a92 


161,315 


6.20 


25 


71*,552,312 


1,611*, 863 


160,721 


aa7 


166, 78a 


6.00 


25 


1929 


72,985,81*1* 


878,599 


153,1*22 


a83 


151,109 


6.62 


25 


1930 


68,776,559 


890,389 


151,171 


aaa 


l5a,902 


6.a6 


25 


1931 


59,115,387 


1,1*68,572 


% 138,1*00 


38a 


153, 9a6 


6.50 


25 



20 

















Fatal- 


No. 














Produc- 


ities 


of 




Total 


Washery 


Stripping 






tion 


per 


ins- 




production 


production 


production 




Fatal- 


per 


million 


pec- 


Tear 


(net tons) 


(net tons)* 


(net tons)* 


Employes 


ities 


fatality 


tons 


tors 


1932 


1.9,501,511 


1,062,853 


3,51*5,91*8 


119,1*80 


2a3 


203,710 


a. 91 


21 


1933 


1*9,507,577 


2,090,996 


1*, 308, 811 


102, 1*69 


232 


213,395 


a.69 


21 


193U 


56,798,951 


1,516,393 


1*, 1*61, 891* 


106,251 


260 


218, a58 


a.58 


19 


1935 


51,359,111 


1,876,700 


1*, 962, 511* 


100,539 


267 


192,256 


5.20 


17 


1936 


5U,26!i,Ol6 


1,1*11,988 


3,757,678 


99,701* 


2ai 


225,162 


a.aa 


16 


1937 


51,700,296 


1,882,026 


5, Oil*, 052 


99,117 


212 


2a3,869 


a. 10 


22 


1938 


U6, 269,511 


2,031,1*32 


5,080,31*1* 


96,998 


223 


207, a87 


a. 82 


20 


1939 


51,399,707 


2,31*7,269 


5,308,01*9 


93,352 


210 


2l*a,76l 


a. 09 


2a 


19UO 


51,526,^51* 


2,599,280 


6,010,361* 


90,790 


182 


283,112 


3.53 


23 


19U1 


53,91*2,177 


3,689,538 


7,855,91*5 


88,81*9 


189 


285, ao8 


3.50 


22 


191*2 


57,939,629 


1*, 01*5, 970 


9,657,307 


83,707 


225 


257,509 


3.88 


22 


19li3 


60,511,730 


7,715,860 


8,688,896 


79,369 


218 


277,577 


3.60 


23 


19hh 


6U, 112, 589 


10,527,1*81 


10,925,619 


78,11*5 


171 


37a,927 


2.67 


2a 


19U5 


55,901,235 


9,1*51*, 205 


10,521,171* 


76,265 


137 


ao8,038 


2.1*5 


23 


19U6 


61,978,710 


9,211^,678 


12,912,992 


80,556 


169 


366,738 


2.73 


2a 


1917 


58,227,985 


7,076,796 


12,691,382 


80,730 


165 


352,897 


2.83 


2a 


19U8 


59,108,810 


6,735,688 


13,1*85,837 


80,390 


131 


1*51,212 


2.22 


26 


19U9 


1*1*, 710, 118 


k, 823, 11*1* 


11,081,087 


79,209 


92 


a85,980 


2.06 


26 


1950 


1*6,339,255 


l*,027,2l*9 


12,291,325 


75,231 


86 


538,829 


1.86 


25 


1951 


U2, 389,055 


1*,81*3,83U 


11,376,379 


70,357 


9a 


a50,927 


2.22 


25 


1952 


1*0,067,130 


1*, 710, 1*95 


11,019,185 


66,^38 


92 


a35,5i2 


2.30 


25 


1953 


30,1*95,391 


3,892,083 


8,883,98a 


56,952 


59 


516,871 


1.93 


25 


195U 


26,612,312 


3,055,528 


7,852,186 


1*1*, 731 


a7 


566,219 


1.76 


2a 


1955** 


25, 931*, 792 


3,618,121 


7,826,029 


37,397 


60 


a32,2a7 


2.31 


20 


1956 


28,175,633 


h, 336, 168 


8,527,613 


35,029 


5a 


521,771 


1.92 


18 


1957 


25,163,1*66 


h, 356, 958 


7,831,511 


32,767 


51 


a93,aoi 


2.03 


21 


1958 


20,1*56,1*71* 


2,711,152 


7,001,1*22 


26,738 


31 


659,886 


1.52 


20 


1959 


19,670,615 


2,981,696 


7,272,661 


2k, 112 


a6 


a27,622 


2.3a 


20 


I960 


17,721,113 


3,006,803 


7,138,71*3 


20, 269 


35 


506,318 


1.98 


23 


1961 


16,506,612 


2,1*18,U33 


7,279,371 


16,971 


19 


868,769 


1.15 


23 


1962 


16,U96,315 


2,829,1*21 


6,91*2,675 


H*, 70U 


26 


63a, U7U 


1.58 


22 


1963 


17,1*11,202 


2,965,213 


7,552,995 


ia,323 


30 


580,373 


1.72 


22 


196^ 


16, 521*, 687 


3,013,307 


7,21*8,900 


13,58a 


2a 


688,529 


i.a5 


22 


1965 


11*, 229,817 


2,611,189 


5,996,536 


11,839 


8 


1,778,727 


0.56 


21 


1966 


12,031,375 


2,662,558 


5,317,1*32 


9,621 


5 


2,ao6,275 


o.ai 


21 


1967 


11,552,1*1*1 


3,335,557 


1*, 910, 209 


7,828 


9 


1,283,605 


0.78 


21 


1968 


11,025,1*82 


3,571,862 


1*,918,353 


6,682 


a 


2,756,370 


0.36 


16 



* Included in total production. 

# No accurate record previous to 1870. 
£ No accurate record previous to 189a. 
% No accurate record previous to 1932. 

** In 1955 and subsequent years the production, employes, fatalities, etc., of deep mines 
employing fewer than five (5) persons inside are included in this report. 



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ANTHRACITE DIVISION 
SMALL MINE REPORT - 1968* 



25 















Non- 






Number of 


Number of 


Number of Men 




Fatal 


fatal 


Number 


Dis- 


Small Mine 


Small 


Employed in 


Small Mine 


Acci- 


Acci- 


of 


trict 


Operators 


Mines 


Small Mines 


Production 


dents 


dents 


Man- Days 



u 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5 


3 


3 


10 


2,922 


6 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7 


6 


6 


21 


13,957 


8 


9 


9 


30 


15,606 


9 


9 


9 


3U 


20,202 


10 


16 


16 


53 


50,303 


11 


12 


12 


39 


21,U12 


12 


9 


9 


31 


17,113 


13 


15 


15 


82 


26,523 


111 


8 


8 


2k 


22,016 


15 


17 


19 


57 


5U,325 


16 


25 


25 


80 


72,230 



3,U56 

5,3U7 

5,U29 

3 11,033 

l 5,772 

8,068 

8,515 

U,82U 

1 9,183 

__: 1U,539 

316,609 - 5 76,99U 



All figures included in report of Summary of Anthracite Mines, Production and Fatalities 
By District. 



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ANTHRACITE DIVISION 

OPERATORS PRODUCING 50,000 OR MORE TONS 

1968 



Dis- 
trict Operator 



1-2-3-5- 




7-8-12-15 


Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 


3-1-7-11-12 


Reading Anthracite Co. 


1-5-6 


Blue Coal Corporation 


1-6 


Glen- Nan Coal Co., Inc. 


8-9-16 


Gangloff Brothers 


2-7 


Jeddo-Highland Coal Co. 


2 


Greenwood Stripping Corporation 


3 


Kerr is & Helfrick, Inc. 


1 


Carbondale Coal Co., Inc. 


6 


Ken Pollock, Inc. 


7 


B-D Mining Co. 


12-15 


Manbeck Dredging Co., Inc. 


2-7 


George Huss 


5-7 


George Racho 


8 


State Coal Co., Inc. 


12 


Correale Construction Co. 


J*-l5-l6 


Kocher Coal Co., Leon E. 


2-7 


Honeybrook Mines, Inc. 


U-13 


Schuylkill Contracting Co. 


3-7 


Capparell Stripping & Construction Co, 


5 


Popple Coal Sales Co., Raymond 


7-9-12 


Phoenix Contracting Co. 


12 


William Schickram 


12 


Mar Strip & Excavating Co. 


11-15 


Bush Coal Co. 


2-7 


Gowen Coal Co. 


3 


Rosini Coal Co. 


7 


Coleby Coal Co., Inc. 


11* 


Mercury Coal Co., Inc. 


U-13 


Swatara Coal Co. 


1 


Northwest Mining Co. 



1,139,232 

1,136,828 

861, 7Wi 

677,271* 

61*8,981; 

631,733 

612,858 

270,329 

231,185 

210,81*8 

199,999 

170,300 

166,610 

139,221* 

122,970 

115,1*25 

115,111* 

101*, 828 

91*, 1*78 

92,606 

92,101 

81*, 573 

81,999 

76,870 

66,923 

60,91*3 

59,625 

58,173 

55,906 

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ANTHRACITE DIVISION 
COUNTY— DISTRICT CROSS REFERENCE LIST 



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Mine Inspection District 



Carbon 

Columbia 

Dauphin 

Lackawanna 

Lebanon 

Luzerne 

Northumberland 

Schuylkill 

Sullivan 

Susquehanna 

Wayne 



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2, 3, 8, 9 
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REPORT OF 

OIL AND GAS 

DIVISION 



OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION 
DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES 



ANNUAL REPORT 1968 



INCLUDES ONLY WELLS COVERED BI OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION LAW 
EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 25, 1961 



91 



Drilling Permits Issued 
Cancellations as of end 1968 
Effective Permits 



1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 TOTAL 

19 69 94 98 46 62 25 14 427 

4 11 14 5 9 2 45 

19 65 83 84 41 53 23 14 382 



Completion Report Filing Status 

Reports Received as of end 1967 

During 1968 

Unreported as of end 1968 



1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 TOTAL 

18 65 82 80 39 52 16 - 352 

1 2 1 5 9 18 



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WILDCAT WELLS 


FIELD 


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TOTAL WELLS 


Gas Dry 


Gas 


Dry 


Gas Dry 


1 11 


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8 27 


23 


7 


31 34 



Well Record Information 



1961 Permits 

1962 Permits 

1963 Permits 16 17 37 12 53* 29 

1964 Permits 6 25 43 7 49* 32 

1965 Permits 6 26 6 3 12 29 

1966 Permits 5 16 30 2 35 18 

1967 Permits 1 6 11 3 12 9 

1968 Permits 1 6 2 3 6 

(*) Includes wells productive of both oil and gas 1-1963 Permit: 3-1964 Permits. 

Note: Wells having been projected to depths controlled by Oil and Gas Conservation Law, and 
not having reached such formations, together with wells having penetrated formations 
covered by the Conservation Law and found to be unproductive at such depths, thence 
plugged back to produce gas from shallow depths not covered by the Law, are considered 
for Commission purposes to be dry. 



92 



OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION 
DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES 



Wells under Commi ssion Jurisdiction 

PERMITS 

1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 TOTAL 

Wells Reported Productive 5 31 53 49 12 35 12 3 200 

Dry Wells to be Plugged 1 1 2 1* 1 1 2 2 11 

Active Wells Not Reported 1 - 1 3 - - 2 5 12 



Less Productive Wells Produced 

and Plugged -363---- 12 



^Disposal Well 



Number of Operators 

1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 19. 

By Year 12 22 24 24 18 'l8 7 1 

Cumulative (Since 9/25/61 12 26 38 48 52 57 57 5 

Effective Date of Law) 



Temperature, Electric and Radioactivity Logs Filed 



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1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 TOTAL 

Number of Survey Logs 26 77 222 234 77 96 37 17 786 

Number of Wells Surveyed 12 27 71 78 34 28 17 6 273 

Statement of Income - 1968 

Drilling Permit Fees 14 Permits @ #25.00 each $350.00 

Spacing Order Application Fee 250.00 

Total Income |600.00 



OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION 
DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES 



93 



PERMITS BY COUNTY (Cancellations Excluded) 



1961 1962 1963 196 4. 1965 1966 1967 19. 



Armstrong 

Beaver 

Bedford 

Blair 

Bradford 

Cambria 

Cameron 

Carbon 

Center 

Clarion 

Clearfield 

Clinton 

Crawford 

Elk 

Erie 

Fayette 

Fulton 

Greene 

Indiana 

Jefferson 

Juniata 

Lawrence 

Lycoming 

McKean 

Mercer 

Monroe 

Northumberland 

Potter 

Somerset 

Tioga 

Warren 

Washington 

Wayne 

Westmoreland 

Number of Wells 

Number of Counties 
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OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION 
DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES 



PRODUCTIVE WELLS BY COUNTY (Excludes wells produced, depleted and plugged) 



1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 



Armstrong - 

Beaver - 

Bedford U 9 5 

Blair - 

Bradford - 

Cambria - 

Cameron 2 11 

Carbon - 

Center - 

Clarion 1 1 

Clearfield 1112 

Clinton - 

Crawford - 2 19 33 

Elk 12-- 

Erie - 

Fayette 1-11 

Fulton - 

Greene - 

Indiana - - 7 - 

Jefferson - 

Juniata - 

Lawrence - 

Lycoming - 

McKean - 

Mercer - - 1 1 

Monroe - 

Northumberland - 

Potter 5 

Somerset - 

Tioga - 

Warren - 

Washington - 

Wayne - 

Westmoreland _= _2 _£ _2 

5 28 47 46 



OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION 
DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES 



95 



Spacing and Integration Orders 

Daring 1968, upon proper application for modification of the two spacing 
orders covering the Murrysville Pool, and after notice and hearing and a continuation 
thereof, Spacing Order 5-B was entered by which, due to developments in the pool and 
for geological reasons, 600 acres were released from control, 1,000 acres elsewhere 
adjoining the spaced area made subject to control, and minimum distances and units 
reduced as shown in the table below. 

As of the end of 1968, there were 30,895 acres subject to Spacing Order 
control within the Commonwealth. 



NAME OF POOL 
COUNTIES 
DISCOVERY DATE 


SPACING 

ORDER 

AREA 


SPECIFIC 

UNIT 

ESTABLISHED 


DISTANCE 
BETWEEN 
WELLS 


DISTANCE 
FROM UNIT 
BOUNDARY 


MINIMUM 
UNIT 


Five Forks 

Bedford 

6-6-12 


3,105 
acres 


7 units averaging 
449 acres, but two 
wells were drilled 
on each of two unite, 
making the average 
345 acres per well 


2500' 


600' 


Specific 

units 

designated 


Artemas 
Bedford 
6-29-63 


3,378 
acres 


12 units averaging 
282 acres 


2500' 


650' 


Specific 

units 

designated 


Blairsville 
Westmoreland 
& Indiana 
11-1-62 


6,^00 
acres 




3000' 


660' 


400 acres 


Murrysville 
Westmoreland 
& Allegheny 
9-19-63 


7,600 
acres 
increased 
to 8,000 
acres 


2 units, approx. 600 
acres each approved 
. under original orders, 
346 acres unit approved 
by latest order 


4000' 

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2200' 


1400' 

Reduced tc 
400' 


600 acres 

i Reduced to 

300 acres 


Somerset 
Somerset 
1-22-64 


2,550 
acres 


4 units averaging 
637£ acres 


3000' 


1000' 


Specific 

units 

designated 


Rager Mountain 

Cambria 

1-19-65 


7,462 
acres 


4 units averaging 
659 acres 


3500' 


1000' 


600 acres 
(750 acres 
majdjnum) 



96 



OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION 
DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES 



BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS 

The Commissioners serve without compensation other than traveling and 
other necessary expenses. 

The following are members of the Board of Commissioners: 

Honorable H. B. Charmbury, Secretary 
Department of Mines and Mineral Industries 

Charles E. McGinnis, Chairman* Represent! 

Quentin E. Wood, Vice Chairman* " 

William E. Snee " 

Harold J. Magner " 

Charles P. Duncan, Jr. " 

J. R. Wylie, Jr. » 



Serving by Statute 

Lng Major Oil 

Independent Oil 

Independent Gas 

Independent Oil or Gas 

Major Utility Gas 

Major Non-Utility Gas 

W. Roy Cunningham, Deputy Secretary, Oil and Gas Division, has served 
as a Commissioner, having represented Honorable H. B. Charmbury at the Commission 
meetings and hearings when Dr. Charmbury has been unable to be present. 

Leon Ehrlich, Deputy Attorney General, and Edward S. Martin, Esquire 
have served as Legal Advisors to the Commission. 

Robert J. Hartman is Secretary of the Commission. 



MEETINGS OF COMMISSIONERS 

During 1968 the Board of Commissioners held 8 regular meetings to consider 
the administrative affairs of the Commission, conducted one public hearing and a 
continuation thereof, entered one spacing order modifying a previous spacing order, 
and held many informal conferences among themselves on the special problems of the 
Commission. 



Elected December 12, 1968, to serve for the calendar year 1969, succeeding 
J. R. Wylie, Jr., Chairman, and Charles E. McGinnis, Vice Chairman. 



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111 



TYPE OF WELLS REPORTED DRILLED 
JANUARY - DECEMBER, 1966 



Total Wells 
County Drilled 



Gas 

St Oil 



Oil Storage Intake Dry- 



Waste Salt Water 
Disposal & Other 



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Armstrong 


11 
47 


8 
39 


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Butler 


1 
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1 


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Center 

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Clearfield 

Crawford 


4 
1 
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11 


3 

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Erie 


13 
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3 
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Forest 


3 
31 


1 


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1 


- 


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139 


130 


Jefferson 


61 


57 


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Luzerne 


1 
2 


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Mercer 
Montour 


233 

1 
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6 


Potter 


29 


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Somerset 


1 


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Venango 


93 


1 


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Washington 

Westmoreland 


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25 


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SUMMARY BY COUNTIES AND COMPANIES OF PILLAR PERMITS ISSUED 
JANUARY - DECEMBER, 1968 



1 2 u t . \ \ f \ 



Allegheny River Mining Company .2------- 2 

Bethlehem Minee Corporation _-_.5__5.lO 

Canterbury Coal Company _!-_--___ 1 

Dorchem Penney lvania, Inc. __2------ 2 

Freedom Mining Company, Inc. «_-__!___ 1 

Gateway Coal Company ___-3____ 3 

Glen Irvan Corporation -__4__-__ 4 

Gugliotta, Herman _-__l_»__ 1 

(Paw - Paw Fuel Inc.) 

Harnar Coal Company 4-_______ 4 

Jonee & Laughlin Steel Corporation -_.-_.2--4- 6 

Leasure Coal Company -«__»!___ \ 

Leechburg Mining Company -2------- 2 

Markle - Bullere Coal Company ______!__ \ 

Mathiee Coal Company _______5_ 5 

North American Coal Corp., The _____i___ 1 

Pitteburgh Coal Company 14-._____9._23 

Republic Steel Corporation 24-17-5---24B 

Rocheeter & Pitteburgh Coal Company 8 23 ---1--- 32 

Union Carbide Corporation __5_«____ 5 

United Statee Steel Corporation ____i7__6_23 



DIRECTORY 



COMWDNWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 
DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE 



127 



Zip 
Code 



Area 

Code Phone No. 



Dr. H. Beecher Charmbury 
Secretary 


Towne Houae Apt. 
660 Boas Street 


Harriaburg 


17102 


717 


787-1*686 
787-2*687 
787-U688 
237-ii726 




Home: 


222 East Irvin Avenue 


State College 


16801 


8li* 


Mrs. M. B. Gut shall 
Ex. Deputy Secretary 


Home: 


Towne Houae Apt. 
2958 Lincoln Street 


Harriaburg 
Camp Hill 


17102 
17011 


717 
717 


787-1*686 
787-A*687 
787-1*688 
737-9895 


Leon Ehrlich 

Deputy Atty Gen'l Office i 
Home: 


Towne Hou8e Apt. 
11*6 N. Sixth Street 
llll* Reading Blvd. 


Harriaburg 

Reading 

Wyondaaing 


17102 
19601 
19610 


717 
215 
215 


787 -505U 
376-1525 
372-11*11* 


Robert Lesko 
Deputy Atty Gen'l 


Homei 


Towne Houae Apt. 
18 Pheaaant Court, 
Wealey Park Apt. 


Harriaburg 
Mechanicaburg 


17102 
17055 


717 
717 


787-1015 
766-0518 


J. Wea Blakely 
Infor. Specialist 


Horns i 


Towne Houae Apt. 
580 Rupley Road 


Harriaburg 
Camp Hill 


17102 
17011 


717 
717 


787-1*617 
232-0330 


Jos. Unitia, Director 
Administrative Serv. 


Home: 


Towne Houae Apt. 
1517 Kay Street 


Harriaburg 
Harriaburg 


17102 
17109 


717 
717 


787-5U85 
51*5-1923 


David B. Black 

Personnel Supervisor 




Towne Houae Apt. 


Harriaburg 


17102 


717 


787-3197 


Nick Laukaitia 
Procurement Officer 




Towne Houae Apt. 


Harriaburg 


17102 


717 


787-21*71 


Edward Durkin, Comptroller 


Towne Houae Apt. 


Harriaburg 


17102 


717 


787-5953 


Catherine Miles 

Statistical Supervisor 




Towne Houae Apt. 


Harriaburg 


17102 


717 


787-1*876 


Melvin R. Littlea, Chief Towne Houae Apt. 
Office Serv. & Automotive Bureau 


Harriaburg 


17102 


717 


787-7138 
787-7613 






BUREAU OF RESEARCH AND 


DEVELOPMENT 








Dr. David R. Maneval 
Director 


Home: 


Towne Houae Apt. 
1867 North Oak Lane 


Harriaburg 
State College 


17102 
16801 


717 

8 llx 


787-5101* 
238-0977 






APPALACHIA PROGRAM 








Carl Peteraon 
Director 


Home: 


Towne Houae Apt. 

153 West Maple Avenue 


Harriaburg 
Herahey 


17102 
17033 


717 
717 


787-1*31*5 
533-9037 




Home: 


COAL MINE SUBSIDENCE INSURANCE FUND 


17102 
17109 


717 
717 




Anthony P. Mazza 
Director 


Towne Houae Apt. 
3131 Penbrook Avenue 


Harriaburg 
Harriaburg 


787-5565 
51*5-3291* 




Home: 


BUREAU OF COAL LAND IMPROVEMENT 


17102 
17101 


717 
717 




Robert C. Tftompaon 
Director 


Towne Houae Apt. 
123 State Street 


Harriaburg 
Harriaburg 


787-U321 
238-31*91 




BUREAU OF LAND & WATER CONSERVATION L RECLAMATION 


17102 
17109 


717 
717 




Wilmer W. Waterhouae 

Director 


Home: 


Towne Houae Apt. Harriaburg 
U200 Ridge Dr. .Colonial Pk. Harriaburg 


787-7820 
51*5-531*6 


Connie J. Goetz 
Aaa't Director 


Home: 


Towne Houae Apt. 
5lit Eutaw Avenue 

OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION 


Harrisburg 
New Cumberland 

COMMISSION 


17102 
17070 


717 
717 


787 -7816 
77U-2622 



R. J. Hartman, Secretary' 



15222 U12 565-5392 



128 



OIL AND QAS DIVISION 



W. Roy Cunningham 


1205 State Office Bldg. 


Pittsburgh 


15222 


U12 


565-5075 


Deputy Secretary Home: 


! 919 Harlan Avenue 

Oil and Gas Inspec 


Johnstown 

tors 


15905 


8lii 


299-2812 


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r~ Chas. C. Songer 


P. 0. Box 277 


Pittsfield 


I63UO 


8LU 


563-7853 


2 Howard W. Martin 


321 N. Eighth Street 


Indiana 


15701 


U12 


U63-0590 


3 Chas. E. Baldwin 


P. 0. Box 26 


Washington 


15301 


U12 


222-3295 


U Wm. J. Burns, Jr. 


335 N. Barnett Street 


Brookville 


15825 


8U, 


8U9-2W5 


5 Chas. F. Straub 


U08 N. Main St., Box llil 


Coudersport 


16915 


8U4 


27U-88UO 


6 Richard F. Walther 


630 Southview Drive 


Pittsburgh 


15226 


U12 


563-3656 


7 Leon W. Goble 


P. 0. Box U69 


Grove City 


16127 


U12 


U58-6661 


8 Wm. E. Sleeman 


21 Van-Ettan Avenue 


Sheffield 


163U7 


81U 


968-3753 




Petroleum Engineers 


16351 


Bill 




Bruce E. Ziegler 


R. D. 1 


Tidioute 


li8U-3U83 


Chas. H. Updegraff 


Port Allegany Road 


Coudersport 


16915 


8Ui 


27U-9196 



ANTHRACITE DIVISION 



129 



Gordon E. Smith 



Motor Contracts Corp.Bldg. 



Deputy Secretary- 


Rm. 2A - 108 S. Claude A. 
Lord Boulevard 


Pottsville 


17901 


717 


622-1110 


Home : 


: 16 1 Avenue "C" 


Schuylkill Haven 


17972 


717 


385-0023 


G. R. Sterling, Chief Insp. 


Motor Contracts Corp.Bldg. 


, Pottsville 


17901 


717 


622-1110 


Underground Mines Home: 


: Community Square 


Buck Run 


17926 


717 


5UU-5262 


Rodger J. Howell, Director 


90 East Union Street 


Wilkes-Barre 


18701 


717 


825-7511 


Bureau of Engineering 










Ext. 333 


Home: 


; U17 West Atherton Avenue 


Taylor 


18517 


717 


562-1660 


Roy Unger, Office Manager 


Motor Contracts Corp.Bldg. 


Pottsville 


17901 


717 


622-1110 


Pottsville 












John Harris, Office Manager 


90 East Union Street 


Wilkes-Barre 


18701 


717 


825-7511 


Wilkes -Barre 










Ext. 333 


ANTHRACITE CONSERVATION AND 


RECLAMATION 








Wesley I. Stonebraker 


Motor Contracts Corp.Bldg. 


Pottsville 


17901 


717 


622-1110 


Director Home : 


: 3117 Yale Avenue 


Camp Hill 


17011 


717 


761-1751 




COAL MINE SUBSIDENCE INSURANCE FUND 








Harold Alleman, Manager 


90 East Union Street 


Wilkes-Barre 


18701 


717 


825-7511 
Ext. 336 




ANTHRACITE MINE INSPECTORS 








Dis- 












trict 












T~ T. M. Beaney* 


366 Monument Avenue 


Wyoming 


186UJU 


717 


693-0222 


2 A. J. Latz* 


9 West Phillips Street 


Coaldale 


18218 


717 


6U5-5727 


3 J. R. Ruane* 


928 North Washington St. 


Shamokin 


17872 


717 


6U8-0262 


h Walter Davis* 


1900 West End Avenue 


Pottsville 


17901 


717 


622-U107 


5 W. A. Sanders 


R. D. 2 


Dalton 


18U1U 


717 


563-19U5 


6 A. A. Joyce 


Hill Crest Manor 


Elysburg 


1782U 


717 


672-2U90 


7 P. P. Hino 


108 East Mahanoy Street 


Mahanoy City 


179U8 


717 


773-369U 


8 A. E. Hand 




He gins 


17938 


717 


682-328I4 


9 G. P. Gallagher 


103 East Arch Street 


Shamokin 


17872 


717 


618-3887 


10 Leon Brass 


107 South Walnut Street 


Mt. Carmel 


17851 


717 


339-U152 


11 C. E. Kashner 


90U West Spruce Street 


Shamokin 


17872 


717 


6U8-3792 


12 J. J. Shober, Jr. 


R. D. 1, Lake Hauto 


Nesquehoning 


182UO 


717 


6U5-33H 


13 C. E. Miller, Acting 












1U W. D. Maurer 


25 Vaux Avenue 


Tremont 


17981 


717 


695-3672 


15 F. C. O'Connor 


R. D. 2, Box 370 


Pottsville 


17901 


717 


5UU-2573 


16 C. E. Miller 


Wiconisco Street 


Muir 


15957 


717 


6U7-9239 



* Strip Mine Inspectors 



Inspectors In Charge Of Projects 



W. R. Devens 
G. F. Kettle 


38 Butler Street Forty Fort 
1318 Wyoming Avenue Forty Fort 

ANTHRACITE ELECTRICAL INSPECTORS 


1870U 
1870U 


717 
717 


287-U576 
288-6351 


Michael J. Polinko 
Donald Sandherr 
William Buggy 


1211 Chestnut Street Kulpmont 
U02 Fleet Street Pottsville 
2U6 West Spruce Street Shamokin 

ANTHRACITE WASTE DISPOSAL INVESTIGATORS 


1783u 
17901 
17872 


717 
717 
717 


373-9UU9 
622-U955 
6U8-0356 


John H. Bowman 
John J. Lavix 
Albert Lipperini 
Benjamin Boltz 


1715 North Vine Street Berwick 
UU Union Street Hudson 
117 Parsonage Street Pittston 
1968 Mahantango Street Pottsville 

ANTHRACITE MINE RESCUE & FIRST AID 


18603 
18705 
186U0 
17901 


717 
717 
717 
717 


752-388U 
823-UU07 
651-6163 
622-5600 


Charles W. Jones 
Stephen Matsick 


231 West Main Street Girardville 
617 East Patterson Street Lansford 


17935 
18232 


717 
717 


276-6353 
6L5-h256 



Revised April 1, 1969 



130 



COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 

DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES 

ANTHRACITE OPERATORS— YEAR 1968 



Dis- 










Zip 


trict 


Operator 


General Manager 


Address 




Code 


12 


A. & D. Coal Co. DM 


A. Androkitis 


310 Elizabeth St. 


Tamaqua 


18252 


8 


A. D. G. Coal Co. DM 


Joseph Al erne da 


P. 0. Box 293 


Mt. Carmel 


17851 


16 


A. & P. Coal Co. DM 


Joseph Reho 


130 W. Broad St. 


Williams town 


17098 


5 


Ace Anthracite, Inc. bk CP 


John Santioni 


1*19 Center St. 


Taylor 


18517 


5 


Ace Coal Co. B 


L. Simoncelli 


300 Main St. 


Peckville 


181*52 


11 


Ace Coal Sales BP 


Walter Mudry 


131*9 Chestnut St. 


Kulpmont 


1783U 


16 


Acme Coal Co. DM 


Michael Suchar 


130 W. Broad St. 


Williams town 


17098 


10 


Alarcon Coal Co. DM 


Frank Alarcon 


1*02 Melrose St. 


Keiser 


17832 


7 


Alessi Coal Co. DM 


Natale Alessi 


722 E. Railroad St 


.Mahanoy City 


1791*8 


9 


Al-Mar Coal Co. DM 


Albert Deitz 


ii36 W. Third St. 


Mt. Carmel 


17851 


5 


American Silt Processing Co., Inc. W Peter Brojack 


Railroad Street 


Archbald 


181*03 


7 


Archer Coal Co. bk B 


G. M. Seiler 


109 E. First St. 


Hazleton 


18201 


9 


Ashland Community Enterprises DM 


Emil R. Ermert 


702 Centre St. 


Ashland 


17921 


10 


B. & B. Coal Co. DM 


Frank Barella 


51*0 West Third St. 


Mt. Carmel 


17851 


9 


B. & B. Coal Co. DM 


N. Anascavage 


93l* Tharp Street 


Shamokin 


17872 


9 


B. & B. Coal Co. DM 


Amil BielarskL 


37 Big Mine Run 


Ashland 


17921 


H* 


B. & C. Coal Co. DM 


Willard Clark 


R. D. 1 


Hegins 


17938 


7 


B-D Mining Co. W bk 


G. C. Hower 




Gilberton 


17931* 


11 


B. & E. Coal Co. DM 


David Ernest 


61*3 Center St. 


Shamokin 


17872 


15 


B. & H. Coal Co. DM 


Eugene Hawk 


R. D. 3 


Pine Grove 


17963 


16 


B. & M. Coal Co. DM 


Wayne Moyer 




Valley View 


17983 


12 


B. & N. Coal Co. BP 


Daniel Koury 


1038 Laurel St. 


Pottsville 


181*52 


16 


B. & P. Coal Co. DM 


John Perhach 


W. Market St. 


Williams town 


17098 


9 


B. & S. Coal Co. DM 


B. Blascovich 


R.D. 1, Box 208-A 


Shamokin 


17872 


11 


Bank Coal Co., Inc. DM 


Edward Norcavage 


P. 0. Box I6I4. 


Mt. Carmel 


17851 


11 


Bar-Mac Coal Co., Inc. BP 


David Wenrich 


R.D. 1, Box 335-A 


Paxinos 


17860 


6 


Bartoli Construction Co. bk 


Eugene Bartoli 


559 E. Northamptor 


Wilkes-Barre 


18702 


1* 


Bell Coal Co. S 


A. Kovalchick 


P. 0. Box 251 


Brockton 


17925 


10 


Bell Coal Co. DM 


G. Feaster, Jr. 


551 Market Street 


. Trevorton 


17881 


1*-12 


Bernitsky Brothers Coal Co. S DM 


Albert Bernitsky 


17 Water Street 


New Phi la. 


17959 


12 


Bernitsky & Stenulis Part. DM 


G. Stenulis 


17 Water Street 


New Phi la. 


17959 


13 


Big Hill Coal Co. DM 


Joseph Zukowski 


P. 0. 


Minersville 


17951a 


7 


Blaschak Coal Co., Inc. B DM 


Edward Razzis 


St. Nicholas 


Mahanoy City 


1791*8 


1 


Bliss Coal Co. CP S 


Carl Bliss 


P. 0. Box 158 


Mildred 


18632 


li-13-15 


BlueBell Enterprises, Inc. SB 


J. W. Butcavage 


720 Lytle Street 


Minersville 


17951* 


1-5-6 


Blue Coal Corporation S bk B DM 


Darius H. Thomas 


101 S. Main St. 


Ashley 


18706 


13 


Bosack Coal Co. DM 


Frank Bosack, Jr. 


R.D. 2, Box 788 


Pottsville 


17901 


8 


Botello Coal Co., James DM 


J. J. Botello 


117 Williams St. 


Girardville 


17935 


1,-8-9 


Bridy, Inc. S bk DM 


Edward A. Bridy 


237 W. Girard St. 


Atlas 


17811 


2-7 


Brook Contracting Corp. S bk 


C. E. Wezner 


127 W. Noble St. 


Hazleton 


18201 


12 


Bubel Mining Co., Inc. DM 


Michael Bubel 


P. 0. Box 129 


Brockton 


17925 


3-15 


Buck Coal Co. S DM 


Frederick Lucas 


309 W. Main St. 


Tremont 


17981 


7 


Buckley Coal Corp. BP 


Norman James 


Main Street 


Ringtown 


17967 


8 


Burnrite Coal Co. DM 


Joseph Zukus 


557 W. Girard St. 


Atlas 


17811 


11-15 


Bush Coal Co. DM 


Earl Bush 


ll*0l* E. Grand Ave. 


Tower City 


17980 


5 


C.B.M. Coal Co. bk 


Eugene Bartoli 


559 E. Northamptor 


Wilkes-Barre 


18702 


13 


C.L.M. Partnership bk 


J. Lazarcheck 


R. D. 1, Box 72 


Pottsville 


17901 


a-13 


C.L.S. Coal Co. S bk B 


D. Roderick 


Box 396 


Branch Dale 


18201 


8-9 


C. & P. Coal Co. DM 


Robert Pittello 


201 S. Vine St. 


Mt. Carmel 


17851 


1 


C. & S. Excavating Co. S 


Peter Corazzi 


101 E. Drinker St. 


Dunmore 


18512 


7 


Capparell Coal Co., Inc. B 


Martin Capparell 


136 E. 5th Street 


Hazleton 


18201 


3-7 


Capparell Strip & Const. Co. bk S 


Martin Capparell 


136 E. 5th Street 


Hazleton 


18201 


1 


Carbondale Coal Co. S CP 


J. J. Gillen 


78 Cottage Street 


Carbondale 


181*07 


12 


Cass Contracting Co. BP 


F. J. Ryan 


R. D. 2 


Pottsville 


17901 


11 


Chestnut Coal Co. DM 


Stephen Shingara 


R. D. 3 


Sunbury 


17801 


15 


Chyke Coal Co. DM 


Charles Chyke 


S.R. Box Sh 


Tremont 


17981 


6 


Ciarofoni Coal Co., Inc. DM 


Albert Ciarafoni 


580 Market Street 


Kingston 


18703 


15 


Clark Coal Co. DM 


Clark Maurer, Jr. 




Hegins 


179^8 


10 


Clay Coal Co. DM 


Ellsworth Libby 


690 Bear Valley Av 


.Shamokin 


178', 2 


5 


Coalbrook Iron & Metals bk 


John C. Bauman 


P. 0. Box 5o5 


Carbondale 


18U07 


1 


Coalbrook Sales Co., Inc. S 


John C. Bauman 


P. 0. Box 505 


Carbondale 


181*07 



131 



Dis- 










Zip 


trict 


Operator 


General Manager 


Address 


Code 


7 


Coleby Coal Co., Inc. B bk 


G. C. Hower 




Gilberton 


17931* 


Ui 


Colket Coal Co. DM 


John Messaros 


School Row 


Branch Dale 


17923 


It 


Connors, Paul J. S 


Paul J. Connors 


P. 0. Box 173 


Pottsville 


17901 


3 


Conyngham Contracting Co. S 


Wm. J. Farley 


P. 0. Box 173 


Ashland 


17921 


12 


Correale Construction Co. bk 


G. M. Seiler 


109 E. First St. 


Hazleton 


18201 


13 


Coxe Coal Co. DM 


Norman Essler 


80l* W. Market St. 


Pottsville 


17901 


1* 


D. & F. Coal Co. S 


F. G. Roehrig 


201* North Street 


Minersville 


17951* 


12 


D. H. M. & C. Coal Co. DM 


Harry David 


R. D. 1 


Schuylkill Ha. 179' 


11 


D. H. & W. Coal Co. DM 


Victor Delorso 


P. 0. Box 70-A 


Paxinos 


17860 


11 


D. & M. Coal Co. DM 


John McAnnaney 


P. 0. Box 112 


Gowen City 


17828 


16 


D. & R. Coal Co. DM 


Robert Rhen 


R. D. 3 


Pine Grove 


17938 


8 


D. R. Z. Coal Co. DM 


Dominick Ferandez 


112 Melrose St. 


Reiser 


17832 


10 


D. & S. Coal Co. DM 


Daniel Fedako 


1915 Race Street 


Ashland 


17921 


3-11 


D. & Z. Coal Co. BP S 


Stanley Diminick 


P. 0. Box 307 


Shamokin 


17872 


13 


Dando Coal Co., F. P. DM 


F. P. Dando 


R.D. 3, Box 583 


Pottsville 


17901 


ll 


Dando & Troup Coal Co. S 


David J. Dando 


117 S. Second St. 


Minersville 


17951* 


12 


David Coal Co. DM 


Harry David 


R. D. 1 


Schuylkill Ha. 17972 


5 


DeAngelis, Inc. BP 


John C. Baumann 


South Church St. 


Carbondale 


181*07 


13 


Dembinsky Coal Co. DM 


Nicholas Dembinsky 


505^ Pottsville St.Minersville 


17951* 


7 


DiCasimirro Contracting Co. bk 


Felix DiCasimirro 


92 Main Street 


Morea Collieryl7955 


11 


Diminick Coal Sales BP 


Edward J. Muolo 


P. 0. Box 132 


Paxinos 


17860 


13 


DiRenzo Coal Co. BP 


Dominick DiRenzo 


R.D. 2, Box 752 


Pottsville 


17901 


11 


Dugan Coal Co. DM 


Jos. Les chins ki 


1*56 S. Pearl St. 


Shamokin 


17872 


10 


Duke Associates DM 


Joseph Duke 


1023 W. Willow St. 


Shamokin 


17872 


10 


Duke Mining Co. DM 


Joseph Duke 


1023 W. Willow St. 


i Shamokin 


17872 


5 


Duryea Coal Sales Co., Inc. BP 


Arthur Tambur 


P. 0. Box 36 


Duryea 


1861*3 


8 


Dyszel Coal Co. DM 


Steve Dyszel 


101* N. 3rd St. 


Girardville 


17935 


1 


E. & B. Coal Sales S CP 


Edwin Booth 


P. 0. Box 206 


Mildred 


18632 


1 


Empire Contracting Co. S 


Michael R. Naples 


Orchard Street 


Old Forge 


18518 


9 


Ennis Coal Co. DM 


William Ennis 


7 W. Centre St. 


Ashland 


17921 


15 


Erdman Coal Co. DM 


Jay Erdman 




Valley View 


17983 


10 


F. & M. Coal Co. bk 


Daniel Moroz 


6 N. 7th Street 


Shamokin 


17872 


7 


Farace Coal Co., Inc., J. J. bk 


Joseph Farace, Jr. 


151 Wilson Drive 


Hazleton 


18201 


12 


Farley Coal Co. DM 


J. Norbert Farley 


R. D. 1 


Pottsville 


17901 


111 


Faust Coal Co. DM 


Charles Faust 


R. D. 3 


Pine Grove 


17963 


12 


Film Coal Co., Inc. BP bk 


G. M. Seiler 


109 East 1st St. 


Hazleton 


17953 


15-15 


Fireside Mining Co., Inc. DM 


James Schoff stall 


281 S. Main St. 


Pine Grove 


17963 


3 


Folger & Chapleski S 


Leonard Chapleski 


P. 0. Box 5 


Ranshaw 


17866 


7 


Forgotch Brothers Coal Co. DM 


Vincent Forgotch 


522 W. Mahanoy Ave.Mahanoy City 


1791*8 


7 


Forsum Coal Co., Inc. DM 


Joseph Sluck 


P. 0. Box 395 


Gilberton 


17931* 


10 


Four Partners Coal Co. DM 


John Vrona 


811* E. Sunbury St. 


Shamokin 


17872 


Ui 


Franklin Coal Co. BP 


Franklin Miller 




Ravine 


17966 


16 


Fronk Coal Co., George B 


George Fronk 




Valley View 


17983 


8 


G. & B. Coal Co. DM 


Thomas Gaughan 


58 Oakland Ave. 


Ashland 


17921 


16 


G. & K. Coal Co. DM 


Joseph Garber 


21*3 E. Broad St. 


Williams town 


17098 


5 


G.M.C. Energy Fuels CP 


Anthony Giarrotano 


P. 0. Box 702 


Pittston 


1861*0 


9 


G.M.P. Coal Co. DM bk 


Albert Geslock 


501 East 7tn St. 


Mt. Carmel 


17851 


8-9-16 


Gangloff Borthers bk 


Gene B. Gangloff 


R. D. 1 


New Ringgold 


17960 


12 


Garber, Paul DM 


Paul Garber 


R. D. 1 


Barnesville 


18211* 


11 


Gem Coal Co. DM 


Clifford Artman 


R.D. 1, Box 71-A 


Shamokin 


17872 


7 


Generose Coal Co., J. bk 


James Generose, Jr. 


, 306 Main Street 


Lattimer 


18231* 
17983 


15 


Gerber Coal Co. DM 


Richard Gerber 


R. D. 2 


Valley View 


12 


Ginther Coal Co. W bk 


David Bresseler 


P. 0. Box 219 


Hazleton 


18201 


5 


Giovannini, Joseph bk 


Joseph Giovannini 


223 Sanovia St. 


Exeter 


1761*3 


3 


Glenn Brass Coal Co. S 


Glenn Brass 


129 West Avenue 


Mt. Carmel 


17851 


10 


Glen Burn Colliery, Inc. BP bk 


Edward Holfrick 


P. 0. Box F 


Shamokin 


17872 


1-6 


Glen- Nan Coal Co., Inc. S DM 


G. H. Kienzle 


St. Mary's Road 


Wilkes-Barre 


18702 


13 


Glenn Worth Coal Co. BP 


Carl H. Hoke 


2201* W. Market St. 


Pottsville 


17901 


3-11 


Glosek Bros. Coal Sales, Inc. S 


BP Roman Glosek 


1310 W. Holly St. 


Shamokin 


17872 


6 


Glyon Coal, Inc. DM 


Albert Ciarafoni 


580 Market Street 


Kingston 


18703 


15 


Good Spring Coal Co. DM 


Catherine Lucas 


309 W. Main Street Tremont 


17981 


12 


Gorenty Coal Co. DM 


Earl Gorenty 


Walnut Street 


Middleport 


17953 


2-7 


Gowen Coal Co. S B BP 


Elmer Roth 




Fern Glenn 


1821*1 


11 


Grego & Deitz Coal Co. DM 


Stanley Grego 


836 W. Spruce St. 


Shamokin 


17872 


12 


Greenwood Mining Co. B 


Joseph Fauzio 


P. 0. Box 269 


Tamaqua 


18252 


2 


Greenwood Stripping Corp. S 


Joseph Fauzio 




Nesquehoning 


1821*0 


12 


Grove Coal Co. bk 


Frank J. Ryan 


200 Mahantango St. 


Pottsville 


17901 


11 


Gudelunas Coal Co. DM 


Frank Gudelunas 


27 So. Spruce St. 


Mt. Carmel 


17851 


it 


H. & H., Inc. S 


Howard Hoffman 


2136 West End Ave. 


Pottsville 


17901 


11 


H. J. & H. Coal Co., Inc. BP DM 


Harry D. Reitz 


R. D. 1 


Milton 


1781*7 



132 



Dis- 












Zip 


trict 


Operator 




General Manager 


Address 


Code 


io-m 


H. & S. Coal Co. DM 




Dale Herb 




Donaldson 


17981 


13 


Haas Coal Co. DM 




Lester Haas 




Pitman 


17961* 


8 


Hanks Coal Co. DM 




Henry SzymanskL 


5Wi W. Third St 


.Mt. Carmel 


17851 


7-8 


Hard Top Coal Co., Inc. DM bk 


Joseph Sluck 


P. 0. Box 395 


Gilberton 


17931* 


16 


Harman Coal Co. DM 




Clair Harman 




Valley View 


17983 


15 


Harner Coal Co. DM 




Roy E. Harner 




Spring Glen 


17978 


15 


Harner Coal Co. DM 




Junior Harner 




Spring Glen 


17978 


16 


Harner Coal Co., Inc. DM 


Alfred Harner 




Valley View 


1790j 


lii-16 


Hatter Coal Co. DM 




Jacque Hatter 




Hegins 


17938 


5 


Heapps, William bk 




William Heapps 


R. D. 1 


C larks Summit 


1861*0 


13 


Hegins Mining Co. DM 




Wm. E. Carl, Jr. 




Zerbe 


17981 


15 


Herb & Reed Coal Co. DM 




Harry L. Reed 


1 N. Hand St. 


Tower City 


17980 


Hi 


Herring Brothers Coal Co, 


, DM 


Lester L. Herring 


R. D. 2 


Pine Grove 


17963 


15 


Hi-Test Coal Co. DM 




Kenneth Curran 


Goodspring 3 


Tremont 


17980 


2-7 


Honeybrook Mines, Inc. S B 


G. M. Seiler 


109 E. 1st St. 


Hazleton 


18201 


11 


Hoover Mining Co., Inc. 


BP 


George Hoover 


118 N. Sixth St 


.Sunbury 


17801 


16 


Hornberger Coal Co. BP 




Charles Hornberger 


R.D.I, Box 300 


Ashland 


17921 


3 


Howells & Olaf Stripping 


Co, S 


Stanley Olaf 


11*75 Scott St. 


Kulpmont 


17831* 


2-7 


Huss, George W bk S 




George Huss 


W. Main Street 


Ringtown 


17967 


13-lU-lS 


Industrial Coal Sales Co, 


, BP bk 


Robert Doebler 




Donaldson 


17981 


15-16 


J. & C. Coal Co., Inc. DM 


Jos. Walacavage 


R.D.I, Box 51*8 


Pottsville 


17901 


12 


J. & E. Coal Co. BP 




Edward P. Patrick 


R. D. 3 


Tamaqua 


18252 


2-7 


Jeddo- Highland Coal Co. B bk S 


Frank Moran 


800 Exeter Ave. 


W. Pitts ton 


1861*3 


3 


Jet Coal Co. S 




John Menapace 


P. 0. Box 1*1*3 


Mt. Carmel 


17851 


8 


K. & C. Coal Co. DM 




Charles Cress 


18 E. Mahanoy 


Girardville 


17935 


11 


K. & D. Coal Co. BP 




Alvin Kopenhaver 


Box 3l6-A,R.D.2 


Shamokin 


17872 


3-8 


K. & J. Coal Co. S bk 




Leon Jurgill 


709 N. Paxton 


Centralia 


17927 


h 


K. & K. Coal Co. S 




Bernard Kuperavage 


133 Valley Furnace Port Carbon 


17965 


10 


K. & K. Coal Co. DM 




John Kastroba 


R.D. 2 Coal Run Shamokin 


17872 


10 


K. K. & E. Coal Co. DM 




Robert Kabonick 


821 W. Mulberry 


Shamokin 


17872 


8 


K. & M. Coal Co. bk 




Joseph Moroz 


P. 0. Box 2j5k 


Mt. Carmel 


17851 


13 


K. & M. Coal Co. DM 




Con Kulpcavage 


R.D. 2, Box 567 


Pottsville 


17901 


12 


K. M. & F. Coal Service 


BP 


Howard Fees 


Washington St. 


Middleport 


17953 


13 


K. & P. Coal Co. BP 




Edward Padinske 


P. 0. Box 296 


Miriersville 


17951* 


13 


K. S. & F. Coal Co. DM 




Melvin Kroh 


R. D. 2 


Hegins 


17938 


7 


Kassa Coal Co. DM 




Nicholas Kassa 


322 Simpson St. 


Dupont 


1861*1 


15 


Keffers Coal Co. DM 




Robert Barder 




Valley View 


17983 


13 


Keim Coal Co. bk 




Ralph Keim 


R. D. 1 


Tower City 


17980 


9 


Kerrigan Coal Co., Paul 


W bk 


Paul Kerrigan 


R.D.I, Box 1*35 


Ashland 


17921 


3 


Kerris & Helfrick, Inc. 


S 


Edward Helfrick 


Lehigh & Poplar 


Mt. Carmel 


17851 


16 


Kintzel Brothers Coal Co, 


, DM 


Nathan Kintzel 


R. D. 2 


Pine Grove 


17938 


12 


Klimas Coal Co. DM 




Albert Klimas 


31 Clay Street 


New Phila. 


17959 


13 


Klinger Coal Co. DM 




Earl Klinger 


R. D. 2 


Hegins 


17938 


15 


Knorr Coal Co. DM 




Leroy Knorr, Sr. 




Hegins 


17938 


13 


Koch Coal Co. DM 




Floyd Koch 


R. D. 2 


Schuylkill Haven 17972 


ii-15-16 


Kocher Coal Co., Inc. BP 


S DM 


Leon E. Kocher 


P. 0. Box 127 


Valley View 


17983 


16 


Koppenhaver Coal Co. DM 




Howard Koppenhaver 


203 Laurel St. 


Tremont 


17981 


h 


Koury Coal Co. S 




Daniel M. Koury 


1038 Laurel St. 


Pottsville 


17901 


h 


Krell, Philip S 




Philip Krell 


R. D. 3 


Tamaqua 


18252 


12 


Kristoff Coal Co. DM 




John Kristoff 




Brockton 


17925 


16 


Kroh Coal Co. DM 




Mark Kroh 




Good Spring 


17981 


1U 


L.E.H. Mining Co. DM 




Howard Renninger 


111 High Street 


Pine Grove 


17963 


6 


L.J.B., Inc. bk 




Gelso Biscontini 


St. Marys Road 


Wilkes- Barre 


18702 


10-11 


L. & M. Coal Co. DM 




Lambert Reber 


R. D. 2 


Shamokin 


17872 


15 


L.M.S. Coal Co. DM 




Daniel Shade 




Valley View 


17983 


5 


Laflin Heights Coal Co. 


bk 


Louis Falzone 


51*0 Wyoming Av. 


Wyoming 


1861*1* 


16 


Lahr Coal Co. DM 




Marlin Lahr 


Mountainside 


Williams town 


17098 


12 


Lansford Mining Co., Inc. 


, DM 


Stephen Karabinos 


1* Ridge Street 


Lansford 


18232 


5 


Lear Coal Co. bk 




Louis Falzone 


51*0 Wyoming Av. 


Wyoming 


1861*1* 


7 


Lee Coal Co., Inc.,J.F. 


DM 


J. F. Lee 


836 N. Church 


Hazleton 


18201 


15 


Legal Coal Co. BP 




J. A. Paulosky 


Goodspring 3 


Tremont 


17981 


16 


Lehman Coal Co., Merin 


DM 


Mervin Lehman 


R. D. 1 


Pine Grove 


17938 


1-2-3-5- 


• Lehigh Valley Anthracitej 


Inc. 


Henry Ventre 


800 Exeter Ave. 


W. Pittston 


1861,3 


7-8-12-15 S bk B BP 












13 


Live Oak Coal Co. BP 




Peter Laychock, Jr. 


R.D.I, Box 81*-A 


Pottsville 


17901 


7 


Locust Valley Coal Co. bk B 


H. Yudacufski 


P. 0. Box 179 


Mahanoy City 


1791*8 


9 


Lone Pine Coal Co. DM 




Jerome Zupicich 


825 Lott St. 


Shamokin 


17872 


3 


Long Coal Co., Millard 


S 


Millard Long 


933 Chestnut St 


. Kulpmont 


17851 


10 


Lotus Coal Co. DM 




Thos. Anzulovich 


1135 Webster St 


.Shamokin 


17872 


11 


Lower Region Colliery, Inc. W 


Leonard Chapleski 


Box 2l*0 


Shamokin 


17872 



133 



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Zip 


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Operator 




General Manager 


Address 




Code 


l6 


Lucas Coal Co., Franklin 


DM 


Franklin Lucas 


R. D. 3 


Pine Grove 


17935 


16 


M.A.D. Coal Co. DM 




Alvin Morgan 


322 Main Street 


Willi amstown 


17098 


U 


M. & C. Coal Co. DM 




Osborne Cressinger 


R.D. 1, Box 2l*0 


Paxinos 


17860 


8 


M. & J. Coal Co. bk 




Robert Morris 


313 Saylor Street 


Atlas 


17811 


13 


M. & N. Coal Co. DM 




Michael Olenick 


221; N. 20th Street Pottsville 


17901 


8 


M. & P. Coal Co. bk 




Frank Moncavage 


36 N. Market St. 


Mt. Carmel 


17851 


8 


M. & S. Coal Co. DM 




Allen Shoffler 


337 Melrose St. 


Reiser 


17832 


10 


M. G. & S. Coal Co. DM 




Joseph Murin 


301 S. Spruce St. 


Mt. Carmel 


17851 


9 


M. & W. Coal Co. DM 




Joseph Walsh 


503 West Avenue 


Mt. Carmel 


17851 


15 


M. W. S. Coal Co. DM 




Palmer Mervine 


R.D. 1, Box 306 


Ashland 


17921 


16 


Mace Coal Co., James DM 




Russell Kerstetter 




Spring Glen 


17978 


15 


Madenford Coal Co. DM 




George Madenford 




Joliett 


17981 


7 


Maksimik Coal Co. bk 




Stanley Maksimik 


1*35 W. Columbus 


Shenandoah 


17976 


9 


Malho Coal Co. BP 




Margaret Malho 




Lavelle 


1791*3 


12-15 


Manbeck Dredging Co., Inc. 


W bk 


Kenneth R. Heiser 


218 E. Liberty St. 


Schuylkill Ha, 


. 17972 


12 


Mar Strip & Excavating Co. 


bk 


Armando Zarra 


R. D. 2 


Tamaqua 


18252 


16 


Marby Coal Co., Inc. DM 




William Heitzman 


R.D. 2, Box 31*0 


Shamokin 


17872 


16 


Marchuk & Sons Coal Co. DM 


Steve Marchuk 




Reinerton 


17980 


7 


Marko Coal Co. DM 




J. J. Markosky 


1*36 W. ColumbusSt. 


Shenandoah 


17976 


8 


Marion Mining Co., Inc. B 


DM 


Michael Raczkowski 


P. 0. Box 229 


Shenandoah 


17976 


11 


Marquette Coal Co. DM 




D. H. Marquette 


611 W. Pine St. 


Shamokin 


17872 


5 


Martinelli, Mathew bk 




Mathew Martinelli 


180 Parsons St. 


Pittston 


1861*0 


5 


Matisko Coal Co., John bk 


CP 


John Matisko 


Mt. Cobb Rd.,R.D.j 


; Lake Ariel 


181*36 


10 


Maurer Coal Co., Paul F. 


DM 


Paul F. Maurer 


820 Lott Street 


Shamokin 


17872 


7 


Mazaika Brothers Coal Co. 


BP 


Edward Mazaika 


R. D. 2 


Tamaqua 


18252 


16 


Meadowbrook Coal Co. W bk 


Leslie Kimmel 




Lykens 


1791*8 


2 


Meadow Coal & Excavating Co. S 


Andrew Brazzo 


New Coxeville Rd. 


Beaver Meadows 18216 


111 


Mercury Coal Co., Inc. DM 




Leon Richter 




Donaldson 


17981 


8 


Mickey Coal Co. DM 




Jos. Mickatavage 


Ii0 Oakland Avenue 


Ashland 


17921 


H* 


Miller Coal Co. DM 




Daniel Miller 




Valley View 


17983 


3 


Minel, Inc. S 




S. Korenkiewicz 


R.D. 1, Box LU1-K 


Shamokin 


17872 


13 


MLnersville Coal Co., Inc. 


BP 


Leo Strenkoski 


Drawer N 


Minersville 


17951* 


5 


Moffat Premium Anthracite, Inc. BP 


Michael Costanzo 


78 Cottage Street 


Carbondale 


181*07 


7 


Mohan Coal Co., J. E. bk 




James E. Mohan 


277 Chestnut St. 


Ashland 


17921 


11 


Moore Coal Co. DM 




Claude A. Moore 


R.D. 2, Box 281 


Shamokin 


17872 


8 


Morack Coal Co. DM 




John Morack 


1*07 N. Vine Street Mt. Carmel 


17851 


10 


Motto Partnership DM 




Frank J. Motto 


P. 0. Box 15 


Excelsior 


17825 


5 


Mountain Coal Co., Inc. DM 


Thomas Supey 


55 W. Sixth Street Wyoming 


1861*1* 


12 


Mountain Side Coal Co. BP 




Roy Habel 


61*$g E. Broad St. 


Tamaqua 


18252 


111 


Mountain Top Coal Co. DM 




William Vesay 




Minersville 


17951* 


10 


Mountain View Coal Co. DM 




James Foulds 


11*1*0 W. State St. 


Shamokin 


17872 


7 


McAdoo Mining Co. DM 




Eugene Pinter 


62 N. Tamaqua St. 


McAdoo 


18237 


11 


N. & L. Coal Co. DM 




A. J. Novrocki 


R.D. 1, Box 212 


Paxinos 


17860 


13 


Neumeister Coal Co., James 


DM 


James Neumeister 


R.D. 1, Box 66 


Ashland 


17921 


15 


Ney & Lehman Coal Co. DM 




Carl Ney 


300 S. Maple St. 


Mt. Carmel 


17851 


10 


No. 1 Vein Coal Co. DM 




Raymond Keefer 


R.D. 2, Box 288 


Shamokin 


17872 


16 


No. 1* Coal Co. DM 




Frank Lucas 


Main Street 


Hegins 


17938 


ii 


North East Mining Co. S 




Joseph T. Hughes 




New Phila. 


17959 


3 


North Line Coal Co. S 




C. Wayne Troxell 


P. 0. Box L 


Shamokin 


17872 


1-5 


Northwest Mining Co. BP DM B S 


John Gillen 


78 Cottage Street 


Carbondale 


181*07 


5 


O.S.C. Co. bk 




A. J. Kaufman 


South Church St. 


Carbondale 


181*07 


lli 


Oakwood Coal Co., Inc. BP 


David Deaven, Sr. 


R. D. 3 


Pine Grove 


17963 


13 


Old Mill Coal Yard BP 




Raymond Stein 


P. 0. Box 172 


Llewellyn 


1791*1* 


13 


Olenick Brothers Coal Co. 


BP bk 


Nicholas Olenick 


R.D. 1, Box 117-A 


Pottsville 


17901 


7 


Olman & Co. DM 




Joseph Olman 


1*6 N. Tamaqua St. 


McAdoo 


18237 


5 


Olyphant Premium Anth.,Inc. 


bk CP 


Samuel J. Leonard 


P. 0. Box 282 


Olyphant 


181*1,7 


5 


Opalka Coal Co. DM 




Adam Opalka 


1*38 Madison Ave. 


Jermyn 


181*33 


5 


0" Toole, John F. B 




John F. 0" Toole 


208 S. Hyde Park 


Scran ton 


18501* 


13 


P. & H. Coal Co. DM 




Walter Pewor 


R.D. 2, Box 550 


Pottsville 


17901 


15 


P. & M. Coal Co. DM 




Warren Porter 


First Street 


Muir 


17957 


8 


P. M. M. Coal Co. bk 




John Polcovich 


103 E. Center St. 


Centralia 


17927 


10 


P. & R. Coal Co. DM 




Joseph Rutkowski 


827 Scott Street 


Shamokin 


17872 


15 


Panther Head Coal Co. DM 




Charles Butensky 




Branch Dale 


17923 


5 


Panzitta Construction Co. 


DM 


Joseph Panzitta 


61* Bennett Street 


Wilkes-Barre 


18701 


1 


Pasternak Brothers S 




John Pasternak 


1*19 Center Street 


Taylor 


1861*2 


Hi 


Penag Coal Co. BP DM 




Edward Twiggar 


Sunbury & Rock St. 


Shamokin 


17872 


5 


Penbrook Coal Co. BP bk 




Richard Fabri 


729 Main Street 


Archbald 


181*03 


5 


Perry Coal Sales Co., Inc. bk BP 


Thomas Perry 


530 Green Ridge St 


.Scran ton 


18509 


11 


Phillips Coal Co. DM 




Lewis H. Phillips 


R.D. 1, Box 133 


Shamokin 


17872 


7-9-12 


Phoenix Contracting Co. BP bk 


William Jones, Jr. 


P. 0. Box 1*33 


Pottsville 


17901 


16 


Pine Creek Coal Co. BP 




Ronald Klinger 




Spring Glen 


17978 



134 



Operator 



5-7 



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9-11-12 



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3-10 
13 
Ik 



16 
11; 

3 

16 
15 

3 

9 

3-9 
13 
Ui 
12 

h-23 
lb 

9-13 

1-5-6 
13 

5 
15 
15 
16 

5-6 
12 
13 
12 

7 
13 
13 
12 
11 
16 
15 

3-10- 
11-16 
11 
15 

7 



Pine line Coal Co. DM 

Pleasant Hill Coal Co. DM 

Polcovich Coal Co. DM 

Pollock, Inc., Ken bk 

Pompey Coal Co. bk BP 

Poponiak Brothers Coal Co. DM 

Popple Coal Sales Co., Raymond bk 

Premium Fine Coal Co., Inc. bk 

R.B.F. Coal Co. S 

R. & K. Coal Co. DM 

R. & J. Coal Co. DM 

R. & L. Coal Co. DM 

R. & R. Coal Co. BP 

Racho, George bk 

Randolph Coal Co. bk 

Ramph Coal Co. DM 

Ranshaw Transportation & Auto 

Wreckers Co. W bk 
Reading Anthracite Co. 

bk W S B BP 
Reichwein & Beury Coal Co. BP 
Reidinger Coal Mining Co. DM 
Reidinger Coal Service, Inc. BP 
Reiner Coal Co. DM 
Renninger & Partners Coal Co. DM 
Rocky Mountain Coal Co. DM 
Ron Lee Coal Co., Inc. BP DM 
Rosini Coal Co. S BP 
S. & B. Coal Co. DM 
S.B.K. Coal Co. DM 
S. & C. Coal Co. DM 
S. & D. Coal Co. S 
S. & F. Coal Co. DM 
S. & K. Coal Co. DM 
S. & M. Coal Co. DM 
S. & S. Contracting Co. S 
S. & S. Coal Co. DM 
S. & W. Coal Co. DM 
Sanchez Construction Co. S 
Sanders Coal Co. DM 
Savitski Bros. Coal Sales S BP DM 
Scheib Coal Co. DM 
Schneck Coal Co., Thos. W. BP 
Schickram, William bk 
Schuylkill Contracting Co. S bk 
Schwartzlander Coal Co., Inc. DM 
Scott Coal Co. DM 
Scranton Excavating Co. S bk 
Seanawaitis Bros. Coal Co. DM 
Sebastopol Coal Co. bk 
Shade Coal Co. DM 
Sharp Mountain Coal Co. DM 
Shomper Coal Co. BP DM 
Silverbrook Anthracite, Inc. BP bk 
Silver Creek Coal Co., Inc. BP 
Siminitus Coal Co. DM 
Skripnek Coal Co. DM 
Skytop Coal Co., Inc. bk B DM 
Snyder Coal Co.,Leroy DM 
Sorokach Coal Co. DM 
South Tamaqua Coal Pockets BP 
Slo-Burn Coal Co., Inc. DM W 
Smeltz Coal Co. DM 
Spancake & Herring Coal Co. DM 

Split Vein Coal Co. S BP DM 
Springfield Coal Co. DM 
Stahl Coal Co. DM 
Starwood Coal Corp. B 
State Coal Co., Inc. BP bk 
Strohecker Coal Co. BP 



General Manager 



Address 



Harry Wallick 
Peter Smulligan 
John Polcovich 
George Sorber 
Charles Pompey 
John Poponiak 
Raymond Popple 
John Federak 
Robert Fanella 
George Rigdosh 
Gene Minnich 
Francis Revenis 
Ronnie Roinick 
Charles Wezner 
Paul Connors 
Melvin Ramph 



300 Market St. 

Vulcan 

103 E. Center St. 

Route 11 

P. 0. Box 91 

LU6 Warsaw St. 

300 Newrose Bldg. 

202 Hunter Street 

P. 0. Box U5U 



528 Locust Ave. 
521 Oak Street 
P. 0. Box 98 
P. 0. Box 173 

.1101 Chestnut St. 



Shamokin 17872 

Barnesville 1821U 

Centralia 17927 
Hunlock Creekl8621 

Jessup l8Ii3U 

Keiser 17832 

Pittston 186UO 

Tamaqua 18252 

Mt. Carmel 17851 

Wiconisco 17097 

Pine Grove 17963 

Centralia 17927 

Jim Thorpe 18229 

Hazleton 18201 

Pottsville 18U52 

Kulpmont 17831 



P. 0. Box 5 Ranshaw 17 866 
200 Mahantongo St. Pottsville 178UO 



Harold Reichwein 
Joseph Reidinger 
C. Wayne Troxell 
William Reiner 
Theodore Renninger 
M. E. Kerstetter 
Elwood Swank 

E. J. Rosini 
Edward Sorokach 
Mark Shade 

W. J. Stellar 
Ernest DiRenzo 
John Federovich 
Palmer KLinger 
John Simondejka 
Edward SosnoskL 
Michael Scheib 
C. L. Williamson 
James Curran 
Walter Anascavage 
Joseph Savitski 
Michael Scheib 
Thomas W. Schneck 
William Schickram 

F. J. Ryan 

J. Schwartzlander 
Steve Forgotch 
Rocco Domiano 
Anthony Seanawaitis 
Anthony Giarratano 
Alvin Shade 
Henry Reber 
Russell H. Shomper 
Nicholas Kassa 
Andrew Bonchack 
Edward Siminitus 
Daniel Skripnek 
Felix DiCasimirro 
Leroy Snyder 
Edward Sorokach 
Donald Warne 
David Wenrich 
Joseph Shade 
Milton Spancake 



R.D. 1, Box 261 
P. 0. Box h 
P. 0. Box L. Y. 
837 E. Grand St. 

P. 0. Box 66 

R. D. 1 

P. 0. Box 18U 

P. 0; Box Hi 

1302 Scott St. 
330 Melrose St. 
Main Street 
1012 Maple Street 

219 E. Melrose St. 
Star Route, Box 10 

P. 0. Box 176 
1015 W. Pine St. 
Forest & Mulberry 
S.R. 319, Box 10 
R. D. 1 

130 Clay Street 
Box 36c4, R.D. 2 
31 North Street 
7 Back Road 
3 E. McClure St. 
530 Lytle Street 
P. 0. Box 702 

R. D. 1 

305 Vine Street 

322 Simpson St. 

P. 0. Box 2li6 

R.D. 1, Box 99*5 

R. D. 1 

P. 0. Box 355 

R. D. 1 

P. 0. Box Hi 

R. D. 3 

R. D. 1, Box 335-E 

R. D. 1 

R. D. 2 



Ashland 

Paxinos 

Shamokin 

Tower City 

Zerbe 

Gowen City 

Paxinos 

Shamokin 

Minersville 

Hegins 

Kulpmont 

Keiser 

Seltzer 

Valley View 

Minersville 

Keiser 

Tremont 

Valley View 

Minersville 

Shamokin 

Atlas 

Tremont 

Pine Grove 

Tamaqua 

Pottsville 

Tremont 

Shaft 

Old Forge 

Minersville 

Pittston 

Valley View 

Pine Grove 

Williams town 

Dupont 

New Phi la. 

Pottsville 

New Ringgold 

Mahanoy City 

Lykens 

Minersville 

Tamaqua 

Paxinos 

Hegins 

Pine Grove 



17921 
17860 
17872 
17980 
17981 
17828 
17860 
17872 
17951i 
17938 
1783U 
17832 
1797ii 
17983 
17951i 
17832 
17981 
17983 
17951i 
17872 
17811 
17981 
17963 
18252 
17901 
17987 
17975 
18513 
17951i 
I862i0 
17983 
17963 
17098 
l86iil 
17959 
17901 
18252 
179ii8 
170!i8 
17951i 
18252 
17860 
17938 
17963 

1786a 



Elwood Swank R. D. 1, Box 336-C Paxinos 

S. Korenkiewicz P. 0. Box Hil-K Shamokin 17872 

John Stahl Valley View 17983 

Alfred Peca Hi S. Main Street Mahanoy City 179li8 

G. M. Seller 109 E. First St. Hazleton 18201 

Joel Strohecker R. D. 1 Elizabethvillel7023 



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Address 


Code 


13 


Studlack Coal Co. DM 




Andrew Studlack 


31ii New Castle St. 


Minersville l/9i>U 


8 


Sun Coal Co., Inc. bk 




Saverio Greco 


P. 0. Box U.2 


Mt. Carmel 17851 


10 


Sunshine Coal Co. BP 




Ralph Steinhart 


P. 0. Box 502 


Trevorton 17881 


16 


Superior Coal Co. BP 




Roy Blyer 




Valley View 17983 


6 


Susquehanna Coal Co.BP 




Lawrence G. Lebo 


8 W. Main Street 


Nanticoke l863ii 


8 


Swamp Coal Co. DM 




Edward Olbrish 


753 Scott Street 


Rulpmont 17851 


h-13 


Swatara Coal Co. S BP 


Wm. P. Parker 


P. 0. Box G 


Minersville 1795k 


1$ 


Sweet Water Coal Co. DM 




Leonard Harner 


R. D. 2 


Hegins 17938 


n 


Swift Coal Sales BP 




Adam Swift 


1100 Center Street 


Shamokin 17872 


ll 


T. & M. Coal Co. DM 




T. J. Morris 


905 W. Pine Street 


Shamokin 17872 


7 


Tedesco Bros. Coal Co. 


B bk 


F. M. Tedesco 


P. 0. Box k 


Pardee sville 18 2^3 


12 


Thirty Slope, Inc. DM 




Edmund Watkins 


P. 0. Box 229 


Shenandoah 17976 


Ui 


Tobin Coal Co. DM 




Allen Tobin 


530 Colliery Ave. 


Tower City 17980 


13 


Tokarchek Coal Co. DM 




Michael Tokarchek 


2Uj Laurel Street 


Minersville 1795k 


12 


Tracy Coal Co. DM 




Michael Dudash 


R. D. 3 


Pottsville 17901 


7 


Trenton Coal Co. DM 




John K. Biskupics 


23 E. Spruce St. 


Mahanoy Cityl79lt8 


10 


Twin Oaks Coal Co. DM 




Leonard Machesic 


R. D. 1 


Paxinos 17860 


16 


Under koffler Coal Co. BP DM 


Glen Underkoffler 




Willi amstownl7098 


k 


Valent Coal Co., Frank 


S 


Frank Valent 


360 S. Center St. 


Pottsville 17901 


7 


Valley Coal Co. BP 




Stanley Lech 


R. D. 2 


Tamaqua 18252 


16 


Valley Construction Co. 


DM 


George Fronk 




Valley View 17983 


(l 


Valley Enterprises, Inc. 


S 


Joseph Petrole 


R. D. 2 


Tamaqua 18252 


k 


W. & W. Construction Co. 


S 


George Walaitis 


2179 W. Norwegian 


Pottsville 17901 


13 


Walaitis Coal Co. DM 




George Walaitis 


U0 S. Wyland St. 


Frackville 17931 


10 


Wehry Coal Co. DM 




Paul Wehry 


1615 W. IndependenceShamokin 17872 


7 


Wesner Coal Co. BP 




W. J. Wesner 


R. D. 2 


Tamaqua 18252 


10 


West Cameron Coal Co. DM 


Robert Erb 


R. D. 


Shamokin 17872 


13 


West West Coal Co., Inc. 


DM 


Leo StrenkoskL 


P. 0. Drawer I 


Minersville 1795U 


12 


Whippoorwill Coal Co. 


DM 


Joseph Tarconish 


Washington Street 


Middleport 17953 


8 


White Birch Coal Co. 


DM 


Michael Raczkowski 


P. 0. Box 229 


Shenandoah 17976 


9 


White Coal Co. 


bk 


Wilbur White 


P. 0. Box hi 


Ashland 17921 


16 


White's Vein Coal Co. 


DM 


Clayton Shade 




Sacramento 17968 


11 


Whitney Coal Co., Inc. 


DM 


Charles Greco 


1051 Scott Street 


Kulpmont 17831a 


16 


Williamson Coal Co., Inc. 


DM 


Alfred Williamson 




Valley View 17983 


12 


Williams Partnership 


DM 


Evan Williams 




New Phi la. 17959 


13 


Winne Land Co. 


W 


R. M. Bickel 


R.D. 2, Box 360^ 


Pottsville 17901 


16 


Wolfe Coal Co. 


DM 


William Wolfe 


307 North Street 


Willi amstownl7098 


15 


Wolfgang Coal Co. 


DM 


Marlin Wolfgang 


169 Wiconisco St. 


Tower City 17980 


13 


Woratyla Coal Co. 


DM 


Andrew Woratyla 


P. 0. Box 2 


Llewellyn 179UU 


13 


Woodside Mining Co. 


DM 


John Olenick 


R. D. 1, Box 117-A 


Pottsville 17901 


12 


Zakrewsky Coal Co. 


DM 


Peter Zakrewsky 




Tamaqua 18252 


9 


Zanella Bros. Coal Co. 


DM 


Stephen Zanella 


3h Spruce Street 


Ashland 17921 


16 


Zimmerman Coal Co., Marlin DM 


Marlin Zimmerman 




Ravine 17966 



EP 



tk 



M - Denotes Deep Mines 

S - Denotes Strip Mine Operations 

B - Denotes Breakers 

Denotes Breaker Preparation Only 
W - Denotes Washery 

Denotes Bank Operations 



Anthracite Deep Mine Inspection Districts were redistricted as of January 1, 1968 



136 



COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 
DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES 



ANTHRACITE DIVISION 
Breakers, Washeries and Preparation Plants 



1968 



Dis- 








Zip 


trict 


Preparation Plant 


Company 


Location 


Code 


5 


Ace Breaker 


Ace Coal Co. 


Blakely 


18512 


11 


Ace Breaker 


Ace Coal Sales 


Weigh Scales 


17872 


5 


Ace Cleaning Plant 


Ace Anthracite, Inc. 


Blakely 


18512 


8 


Atlas Washery 


Bridy, Inc. 


Atlas 


17811 


5 


Avoca Cleaning Plant 


Perry Coal Sales Co. , Inc., Thomas 


Avoca 


1861*1 


7 


B-D Fin<r. Coal Plant 


B-D Mining Co. 


Mahanoy Township 


17958 


12 


B. & N. Breaker 


B. & N. Coal Co. - 


Schuylkill Haven 


17972 


11 


Bar-Mac Breaker 


Bar- Mac Coal Co., Inc. 


Weigh Scales 


17872 


7 


Beaver Brook Fine Coal PI. 


Huss, George 


Hazle Township 


1870U 


12 


Beechwood Cleaner Plant 


Reading Anthracite Co. 


Seltzer 


17971* 


5 


Bel Air Breaker 


Duryea Coal Sales Co., Inc. 


Duryea 


1861*2 


12 


Black Heath Breaker 


Phoenix Contracting Co. 


Cressona 


17929 


7 


Blaschak Breaker 


Blaschak Coal Co., Inc. 


St. Nicholas 


1791*8 


1 


Bliss Crushing Plant 


Bliss Coal Co. 


Cherry Township (Mildred) 


18632 


1 


Booth Cleaning Plant 


E. & B. Coal Sales 


P.O. Box 206, Mildred 


18632 


5 


Bolands Breaker 


DeAngelis, Inc. 


Carbondale 


181*07 


12 


Brockton Breaker 


R. & R. Coal Co. 


Brockton 


17925 


7 


Buckley Breaker 


Buckley Coal Co. 


Ring town 


17967 


7 


Candleton Breaker 


Coleby Coal Co., Inc. 


Gilberton 


17931* 


10 


Carbon Run Breaker 


Rosini Coal Co. 


South Shamokin 


17872 


11 


D. & Z. Breaker 


D. & Z. Coal Co. 


Weigh Scales 


17872 


8 


Diamond Breaker 


Sun Coal Co., Inc. 


Atlas 


17811 


11 


Diminick Breaker 


Diminick Coal Sales 


Paxinos 


17860 


13 


DiRenzo Breaker 


DiRenzo Coal Co. 


Minersville 


17951* 


Hi 


Donaldson Breaker 


Industrial Coal Sales Co. 


Donaldson 


17981 


15 


Echo Breaker 


BlueBell Enterprises Co. 


Tremont 


17981 


Hi 


Franklin Hydro tated Breaker Franklin Coal Co. 


Ravine 


17966 


10 


Glen Burn Breaker 


Glen Burn Colliery, Inc. 


Shamokin 


17872 


6 


Glen Lyon Breaker 


Susquehanna Coal Co. 


Glen Lyon 


18617 


13 


Glenn Worth Breaker 


Glenn Worth Coal Co. 


Cressona 


17929 


7 


Gowen Breaker 


Gowen Coal Co. 


Fern Glen 


1821*1 


7 


Gowen Cleaning Plant 


Gowen Coal Co. 


Fern Glen 


1821*1 


12 


Greenwood Breaker 


Greenwood Mining Co. 


Rahn Township 


191*26 


11 


H. J. & H. Breaker 


H. J. & H. Coal Co., Inc. 


Trevorton 


17881 


5 


Harry E. Breaker 


Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 


Swoyersville 


18701* 


7 


Hazleton Shaft Breaker 


Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 


Hazleton 


18201 


7 


Hazleton Shaft Cleaning PI, 


, Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 


Hazleton 


18201 


7 


Highland No. 5 Breaker 


Jeddo- Highland Coal Co. 


Foster Township 


1861*2 


13 


Hillside Breaker 


Hegins Mining Co. 


Zerbe 


17981* 


7 


Honeybrook Breaker 


Archer Coal Co. 


Audenried 


18213 


7 


Honeybrook Breaker 


Honeybrook Mines, Inc. 


Audenried 


18213 


11 


Hoover Breaker 


Hoover Coal Co., Inc. 


Paxinos 


17860 


5 


Huber Breaker 


Blue Coal Corporation 


Ashley 


18706 


12 


J. & E. Breaker 


J. & E. Coal Co. 


South Tamaqua 


18252 


7 


Jeddo No. 7 Breaker 


Jeddo- Highland Coal Co. 


Hazle Township 


18701* 


15 


Joliett Breaker 


Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 


Joliett 


17981 


11 


K. & D. Breaker 


K. & D. Coal Co. 


Weigh Scales 


17872 


12 


K. M. & F. Breaker 


K. M. St. F. Coal Service 


Middleport 


17953 


13 


K. & P. Breaker 


K. & P. Coal Co. 


Minersville 


17951* 


12 


Kaska Breaker 


Film Coal Co., Inc. 


Middleport 


17953 


5 


Kassa Breaker 


Silverbrook Anthracite, Inc. 


Laflin 


18702 


9 


Kerrigan Washery 


Kerrigan Coal Co., Inc., Paul 


Ashland R. D. 1 


17921 


15 


Kocher Breaker 


Kocher Coal Co., Inc., Leon E. 


Valley View 


17983 


15 


Legal Breaker 


Legal Coal Co. 


Valley View 


17983 


7 


Lion Breaker 


Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 


Hazleton 


18201 


13 


Live Oak Breaker 


Live Oak Coal Co. 


Primrose 


17951* 


9 


Locust Summit Breaker 


Reading Anthracite Co. 


Locust Gap 


1781*0 


5 


Loree Breaker 


Blue Coal Corporation 


Larksville 


18701* 


11 


Lower Region Washery 


Lower Region Colliery, Inc. 


Trevorton ,-Road 


17881 


12 


Lowland Washery 


Manbeck Dredging Co., Inc. 


Landingville 


1791*2 



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Dis- 








Zip 


trict 


Preparation Plant 


Company 


Location 


Code 


12 


Lucanna Fine Coal Plant 


Ginther Coal Co. 


Cumbola 


17930 


16 


Lykens Breaker 


Fronk Coal Co., George 


Lykens 


17^1*8 


13 


Lytle Washery 


Winne Land Co. 


Primrose 


17951* 


9 


Malho Breaker 


Malho Coal Zc. 


Lave lie 


1791*3 


8 


Mammoth Breaker 


Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 


Raven Run 


1791*6 


7 


Maple Hill Cleaning Plant 


Reading Anthracite Co. 


Maple Hill 


17976 


13 


Maple Spring Breaker 


C. L. S. Coal Co. 


Branch Dale 


17923 


12 


Marlin Breaker 


Cass Contracting Co. 


Marlin 


17951 


5 


Marvine Sizeing Plant 


Northwest Mining Co., Inc. 


Scranton 


18509 


5 


Matisko Cleaning Plant 


Matisko Coal Co. 


Forest City 


181*21 


7 


Mazaika Breaker 


Mazaika Bros. Coal Co. 


Rush Township 


18252 


16 


Meadowbrook Washery 


Meadowbrook Coal Co. 


Lykens 


170l*8 


13 


Minersville Breaker 


Minersville Coal Co., Inc. 


Minersville 


17951* 


7 


Morea Breaker 


Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 


Morea 


17955 


7 


Mount Hazle Breaker 


Locust Valley Coal Co. 


Mahanoy Township 


17958 


12 


Mountain Side Breaker 


Mountain Side Coal Co. 


South Tamaqua 


18252 


12 


Nesquehoning Cleaner Plant 


Correale Construction Co. 


Nesquehoning R. D. 1 


182UO 


12 


New St. Nicholas Fine Coal 


Reading Anthracite Co. 


Seltzer 


17971* 


12 


New St. Nicholas Breaker 


Reading Anthracite Co. 


Seltzer 


17971* 


12 


No. 6 Washery 


Manbeck Dredging Co., Inc. 


Lansford 


18232 


m 


Oakwood Breaker 


Oakwood Coal Co., Inc. 


Pine Grove R. D. 3 


17963 


13 


Old Mill Breaker 


Old Mill Coal Yard 


Llewellyn 


1791*1* 


13 


Olenick Breaker 


Olenick Brothers Coal Co. 


Forestville 


16035 


5 


Olyphant Cleaning Plant 


Olyphant Premium Anthracite 


Dickson City 


18519 


5 


0' Toole Cleaning Plant 


0' Toole, John F. 


Moosic 


18505 


lli 


Penag Breaker # 


Penag Coal Co. 


Good Spring 


17981 


5 


Penbrook Breaker 


Penbrook Coal Co. 


Archbald 


181*03 


16 


Pine Creek Breaker 


Pine Creek Coal Co. 


Spring Glen 


17978 


5 


Pompey Breaker ** 


Pompey Coal Co. 


Jessup 


181*31* 


12 


Premium Fine Plant 


Premium Fine Coal Co., Inc. 


South Tamaqua 


18252 


12 


Pine Forest Cleaner Plant 


Reading Anthracite Co. 


St. Clair 


17970 


5 


Prospect Cleaning Plant 


Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 


Plains 


18705 


12 


Randolph Washery 


Randolph Coal Co. 


Port Carbon 


17965 


10 


Ranshaw Washery 


Ranshaw Transp. & Auto Wreckers 


Ranshaw 


17866 


5 


Raymond Breaker 


Northwest Mining Co., Inc. 


Eynon 


18718 


9 


Reichwein & Beury Breaker 


Reichwein & Beury Coal Co. 


Gordon 


17921 


11 


Reidinger Breaker 


Reidinger Coal Service, Inc. 


Paxinos 


17860 


11 


Ron Lee Breaker 


Ron Lee Coal Co., Inc. 


Weigh Scales 


17872 


7 


Rosa Breaker 


Capparell Coal Co., Inc. 


Shenandoah 


17976 


7 


St. Nicholas Fine Coal PI. 


Reading Anthracite Co. 


St. Nicholas 


1791*8 


12 


Salem Creek Breaker 


Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 


Pottsville 


17901 


9 


Savitski Breaker 


Savitski Brothers Coal Sales 


Atlas 


17811 


Hi 


Schneck Breaker 


Schneck Coal Co., Thomas W. 


Pine Grove R. D. 1 


17963 


16 


Shomper Breaker 


Shomper Coal Co. 


Williamstown R. D. 


17098 


12 


Silver Creek Breaker 


Silver Creek Coal Co., Inc. 


New Philadelphia 


17959 


11 


Slo-Burn Washery 


Slo-Burn Coal Co., Inc. 


Weigh Scales 


17872 


12 


South Tamaqua Breaker 


South Tamaqua Coal Pockets 


South Tamaqua 


18252 


11 


Split Vein Breaker 


Split Vein Coal Co., Inc. 


Weigh Scales 


17872 


7 


Starwood Breaker 


Starwood Coal Corporation 


New Boston 


17958 


8 


State Breaker 


State Coal Co., Inc. 


Strong 


17879 


16 


Strohecker Breaker 


Strohecker Coal Co. 


Elizabethville R.D. 


17023 


16 


Superior Breaker 


Superior Coal Co. 


Valley View 


17983 


10 


Sunshine Breaker 


Sunshine Coal Co. 


Trevorton 


17881 


13 


Swatara Breaker 


Swatara Coal Co. 


Zerbe 


17981* 


11 


Swift Breaker 


Swift Coal Sales 


Paxinos 


17860 


5 


Taylor Breaker 


Moffat Premium Anthracite, Inc. 


Taylor 


18517 


n 


Trevorton Breaker 


Reading Anthracite Co. 


Trevorton 


17881 


16 


Underkoffler Breaker 


Underkoffler Coal Co. 


Lykens 


1701*8 


7 


Valley Breaker 


Valley Coal Co. 


Rush Township (Tamaqua) 


18252 


5 


Waddell Washery 


American Silt Processing Co. 


Winton (Jessup) 


181*31* 


7 


Wesner Breaker 


Wesner Coal Co. 


Rush Township (Tamaqua) 


18252 


15 


Westwood Washery 


Manbeck Dredging Co., Inc. 


Joliett 


17981 


5 


Ziffenblatt Cleaning Plant 


G. M. C. Energy Fuels 


Duryea 


1861*2 



Breaker idle - maintenance men only. 
Pompey Breaker abandoned July 1968. 



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