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   Weirton Daily Times (Newspaper) - July 1, 1955, Weirton, West Virginia                                Reese Police Chief Cooper New Recreation For QviekAction WantAds Phone Weirton 18S The Weirton Daily Times The Acknowledged Leader in Hancock County in Advertising and Circulation 28 10 JULY 1955 Delivery 30c Per Week At 6e Copy STEEL AGREEMENT REACH News and Full UP New Ad mini sfrat I on Monies Seven Appointive Officers Lyons Raps FOP A Seven appointmenes to various offices in the city admin istration were announced following two hours of discussion be hind closed doors after the citys newly elected mayor and council were sworn in at the city building last Heeding the list of appointments were Dave Reese as chief of police succeeding Padden and Vincent Coop er as city recreation director succeeding David who campaigned unsuccessfully for the mayoralty Four of the appointive officers In the past administration wereifl CJJ I reappointed while only the office f flflV K Ot city clerk remained to be j fclff I Outgoing Mayor Thomas Mill Bop administered the oath of of fice to the citys new Sam uel and to the new city Chosen Head Of Odd Fellows council Mayor Kusic in turn administered the oath of of fice to Wilbur the citys City c glwyn of 3056 Pall Taking the oath of office as the gades was elected Noble new city council members were Grnnd o thc indopendent order Max succeeding William Vagnoni of Ward I George who is the only councilman to be to his third four year term of Ward 2 Robert Leach who suc ceeds Richard Jackson of Ward 3 ot Odd Fellows of Weirton last Voted in as Vice Grand was Ar lie Presiding for the el rctlon session was Noble Grand Bernard reelected to h i s Harry second term in Ward 4 Edward who is an active member who succeeds the First Christian is Lyons of Ward 5 Edward Zagula Shop Superintendent in Uu Steel irtw succeeds PnUsy Standard ofiWorks j Ward fi and Glenn Ferguson Average Increase of 75 Cents Agreed Upon By United Steelmrkers Lose Money on Steel NEW retiring mayor of is shown at administering oath w th w department of Office hjs the seven councilmen and the newly appointed city manager in a impressive re01 me vtemon M neen ceremony at the city building last Shown left to right are Mayor Sam George for his second term Glen Ed RowlandEd Bernard Max Sacks and City Manager Wilbur Carna Ward O Of the Appointive Car the former city was approved an to the post of City Dave of 3641 Orchard who has been motorcycle patrolman for the past several for Weirton police depart jof the Weirton Steubenville jVThe distriqt deputy vlll come to Weirton at not yet set to install the Noble Grand and the Vice who have been active In the IOOF for a number of Following the formal Installation of the appointive officers Photo by Peg Three TeenAgers Caught in Act Of Cracking Safe succeeding The only other new appointment Continued on page iwo DixonYates Under Fire By JOHN GOUWMITH United Stall Correspondent WASHINGTON UP Demo urged today that Congress reconsider any endorsement it has given the DixonYates The demands followed Pfesident Eisen howers order for a new adminis tration study of the need for the controversial power The President Thursday night or dered a resuntoy to determine whether me Dixon Yates contract be continued or cancelled in view of the deoision of the city of to build its own ere were two last night at the meeting one ofof he on IOOF He was Row land of The other was Carlo Keynotes Invited To Convention TTie choral broup of Wcirtons Key will sing at thc International Key Club conven tion to be held four days starting Sunday In They were in vited by the intemationaJ unit of king open a safe at the Sunset at this Alertness of the Steubenville Pol ice prevented a major The all of two ap ed 14 and one were caught as they were ready to remove the I door from the office They had removed the com htnatinn anil had ohlvdcd the off lhe unfo when HIP police swooped down on Steel Strike Cost to Workers Million a Day lly KOIIHKT S Hulled 1rrsH Staff Corespondent PITTSBURGH The CIO United Steelwork era and Steel reached n strikeending agreement today on a offer averaging more than ITicentH an The agreement came IOBH than 12 hourn after USW rnemberw shut down the nations sled The offer included an lly rents an hour acrosn the board plus onehalf cent on in crenipnls for 32 Job I The new wngn scales wen made effective as of Tho IntMimat1 boosted the aver age wages of Bteelworkcrs to more than an j Other companies in tho industry were virtually certain to write similar aKieements with the tin and the Industry WHS sure to announce prlep Increitrtoj on Its products In o few Steel President Clifford Hood directed the mills of bin comj the largest steel Ulcer In sipped a cup of cotfoc and the to begin prop nations commented once lo jet back into lull pio Kven the gamblers nre losing money on this 1 lloud both sides iruie con The picket was one of icessions to reach the United StoelworkeiM anrosa I Steelwnikera across the nation the nation whn went on strike at closed down the mills Ihurwliiv minute past But the less Uiiiii ramblers hern were betting Mi oi runmiig nt w millions o dollarscontinued Then n 11 In i clock tbev stnvH Visti President David They lost a lot if aid said he believed thc agreement STRAIN I tilled Press Slult Correspondent UP A picket stationed at tho gale of Steel Corps sprawling Homestead Works shifted his with Steel will providea bn To hell with the ffllow picket If t hi sis for concluding Hig keens up Jm gnnnn a factory between the lo Im losinp almost two USSV and the basic steel an hour riRht now i Another steolworkor shitted the Tile union opened Ilncnrd atound his s h o mi I d e r g June 7 basic steel and Iron f 1A97 on illli Th run out mldnifrbt it industrywide sieel strike which fnns WIIKI 1 nevet would believed tKlny will workers about iThursday he I was surt it wouldnt a In lost men i B his Mv wont that of whom are employed Mh trip I tuomnnon dollars In fljx formed sources I Tlie wage loss flfiiire was based Jon the an hour uvrragn pnv inn lfy U d c contracts with tho In nddi ie e t figure which continued in offccl itil the wiigc clause o Vimngslown United Union contract nlul expired at Profit losses were based on estimated tons production the current jned n KCCII Nightlong Thc picketing trio reflected largely of most of the men employed ut the Home stead Hundreds of them The negotiations nightlong vigils Thursday All other outside the locals anxiously awaiting word from ficers to present music and are rom ing sent by plane as guesta of the They had already removed AsSUme New VINCENT COOPER DAVE REESE Wei t eon Kiwanls They will leave from Pittsburgh at 2 Monday and will return by plane on next In the group traveling by plane will Mervin Robert Ger Gayle Anthony Robert Charlea Ot power plant The privately financed Charles George Carl Arthur John and William Traveling to the convention by auto will be John S o r r e n t state chairman of Key Clubs and advisor for the local group Sor rentls new president of Tates was to be bulM in Ar tansM just acrow the River from and trans mit power into the govemment owntd Tennessee Vtjley DixonYates power would be wed in the Memphis thus sky president and Sherenrty the need for a proare Welrtons posed new TVA Hie city of an oppo nent of the DixonYates has said it would diawonUnue tak ing power from TVA when pres ent contract in It atoo Mid it would build ite own Richmond Buys Pittsburgh Firm P1TT8BUHGH UP Financier Frederick involved in the fight for purchase of the Steel last has taken over control at the National Valve and Manufacturing Stockholders approved the pur chase of the local firm or more than Richmond is chairman of the board of seven other machine tool and metal working He purchased of Fbtlaija bee last year but residents objected to his plans to dismantle the mill and move the equipment to Richmond then permitted Cleve register inj the soda fountain room cf the dairy and from the c i g a r o t They had a large sack filled with 90 packs of potato chips and boxes of ready to take with them when they fin ished the safe cracking The youths had apparently about their work very They had prepared R sundae after cleaning out the reg ister and the cigarct Police were attracted to the scene us they were making their usual check on business houses in the West They heard a noise coming from the and upon entering the building found the youths busily working away at the door of the Continued on Page Two Nation to Begin July 4 Holiday of 6 Today By UNITED PRESS The nation starts ite threeday Fourth of July Holiday to day sobered by a warning that a record 380 persons may be killed on the before the long weekend time high for the holiday were expected to clog the nations roads between 6 today and mid night The National Safety Council baaed its record estimate of traffic dead on the high turnout of But it issued an additional plea that heavy traffic doesnt have to mean highway Hie holiday found the nations eastern half sweltering In a muggy heat Cool air was pushing across the Northern and Central send ing falling 10 to 30 degrees in of the western land financier Cyrus Eaton to Midweirt and touching off thunder enter the Follansbee deal and keepistorms and the mttl at But it waj hot and sticky in the Cooper to Head Recreation Jobs Dave of 3641 Orchard Btreet nnd Vincent of 141 Hillcrest newlyappointed Chief of Pol ice and City Recreation assumed duties of their new positions following The appointment of both officials was made at a closed ession of the new city administration at the city building last Both men are well known and have been ac tive in civic matters for a number Hweaidng in ceremonies Wheeling Steel Workers Strike UP per day In the steel a mlyon r nin until Pittsburgh on progress of wags union estimates Unit thc stiel the USW will mike thejtalls dustry will have net earnings guaranteed annual wnge a main Nobody here wants a year of million Total wages paid to steelworkers contract McDonald made prepuMtions im year amounted to to contocl other mem Steel production in of the Big Six amounted to Ukes c Wheeling The 1052 strike of thc ers union lasted M days and wus thc in Workers lost 48 million dollars in wages and steel production for that year was reduced by an Continued on Page Two Date For Dog Shots Changed puddler In the center of the group His companions nodded sol None of us wants a conv but we sure as hell want whats and gon m gci In the local rank and file member s and local officers watched a clock on the wall and anxiously listened to raaio news They from i A change In the slntion to determined to date of the next two clinics whhig from news reports on for tho inoculation of d o g s WHRO against rabies has been announced1 First shift alrsady had Two From Weir In Collision STEUBKNVILhE Robert Dl Carl Clroppe assigned an hour and GcorK Knv 1 lind nt Franklinmidnight and for a twomonth period wore pott of licese was born in Martins Fer but at Uio age of three workers left the plants of thiijnrv resulted four his family moved to a fow i J and George of Marsha Street were involved in n tiviffic accident at Webster and Barclay yesterday at Damage to tlie shington on to be stockpiled to feed Whats New or istartiiiR at 7 ton and he has been a resident 1201 a nl slrike the city since Reese atcd from Weir high nchool with A spokesmrn no1 midyear class of He was an steelworkers local commit outstanding football halfback tcemon directed the men to leave1 Weir high and was a member ants Rt steubcnvillB a n the 1937 and 1938 football teams and at wheeling that ran up a 19 game winning streak Chat extended to 27 before it was and The estimated about workers joined ranks of the Giant Fireworks At Weir Airport July 4 One of the greatest fireworks displays ever presented Soon after his graduation Reesestrlkers entered the Weirton Steel Companyj Earller week wheelin Steel1 tnc trVBtate district will be exhibited Weirton Air as an electrician and remained lhe union a ppnprni wage commoncing at 10 oclock Mondty July there for two years until he patterned after the offer A special feature of the big pyrotechnics staged an into senices in TTnjtpri States Steel nually by the Weirton Steel will be entitled Weir He was discharged in The irm an after almost five years of du t h a would the milling shouted from Continued on Page Two Tfmpy HIS TAILTELLS THE WEATHER having served 39 months withjgtraighttime earnings an Engineer unit in the European Theater of Following Continued JB Page Two ing from 23 cent per hour for highest job classification to uul F is per hour for the ranging the workers walked off their in at least 24 Temperatures late yesterday included 96 at Min and and hottest day of the At least one traditional Juiy 4th meanace fatal fireworks explo sions appeared well under con trol in at least 42 Fireworks were banned In one form or another in these either through a uniform model law In 28 states or by laws re stricting the size of fireworks hi the the to get out o town for the holiday had already a tied today and and The county court offices for speeding on He Court House Offices to Close Clerk of the County Court Don Stewart announced today mat the court house offices would be closed on Saturday morning and D a v y In ountain of cents per hour for the llial fea Orderly pi c k e t i n g began ati today by liay Wlieeling plants soon after the Ohio Motorist In Road Violation George St Clais was fined and costs chairman of Director of Employees Relations for Weirton Sled Com said tho Brothers Fireworks Manufacturing make Hie 11155 display the uesl yet offered M o r than shills will he set off in tlie it and finale burst Int over lie elty with in awe some beauty never before wil in the jernoon and evening j are On Saturday It wiS partly cloudy and showers Todays hSph will be and tomorrows T ALMANAC any of New will again to be set off are Cataract twentyfour hour present the Two represenjof Combination h e e 1 inline on A flw the other special pieces tatives of the fireworks firm will i Transformation Playing Cat arrive in Weirton late today to Barre Hades Let a all day Monday for me July 4 hoiby Justice of the Peace John me launching devicesfor the HutHe of Bikini and theMaxlmum1 Vwterday roads expected a record numbei he opened the usual hours on Tueswas arrested by state police Thurs of jday and was tried O More limn XWl serial shells and dozens of net pieties will American Klag Minimum Thousands of people an view demonstration from the airport loMonth Continued on Vufi Two Year   

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