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   Weirton Daily Times (Newspaper) - March 2, 1956, Weirton, West Virginia                                For QuickAction WantAda Phone Weirton 185 The Wei Hoii Daily Times The Acknowledged Leader in Hancock County in Advertising and Circulation Hancock News and Sports Full Uf Wire 28 218 MARCH 1956 Homt Delivery 30c Per Week At 5c a Copy GOP Is Warned Of Complacency Marland to Announce Kilgore Successor Monday Marland Returns To Florida After Attending Funeral House Approves Big Money Bills WASHINGTON UP The CHARLESTON UP vmA Wllllam C Marland indicated j a wUl announce Monday a Harley civil bor and The in two big money The governor said Thursday he mimon more than had not made a decision on the quegted president Elsenhower but indicated he would be ready to name his choice at his weekly news conference in hi buget for new Marland returned committee among other Increased to for heart It acted where he had been vacationing at on advice of President Eisen the time of Kilgores death Tueshowers heart Paul who said the budget Allergy Could Turn Alcoholic Into Teetotaler GRAND UP Health authorities today sought the cause of a mysterious allergy thai could turn an alcoholic Into a tee The allergy already has made abstainers of seven employes at a cabinet and hardware plant i The workers gave up drinkinj beer and beverages turned their faces brigh red and gave Uiem severe haar A new employe laid the case be fore the State after attending funeral sen ices for the states senior senator request WM not The comrK ftarn at Imittee recommended mlIhon complained they also II The person named by the goverextra spending on this and other up Cant Get Away nor will serve until a successor research work at is elected In November to fill the Health tmexplred which ends in Speculation as to the appointee JrfVrPfK has centered on the names of Rep Robert Byrd of Demoy iL IAI cratir National Committeeman Ar the National litUe unbelieving health They suspected a prankster put drug which causes a violent reaction to the plants drinking A thorough Investigation con vinced them it was no Samples of floor sir General discussion on the other possible of the depart Pope Observes 80th 17th Anniversary Late News Flashes Mnhany Criticizes Newspapers HARRISBURtt HP State Rowland Ma hany RCrawford bitterly criticized IVnnsylvania news papers for their reporting and commenting on the stale tax situation and said if there Is any chaos in Har the newspapers caused By ROBERT JACKSON I United Staff Correspondent VATICAN CITY TIP Pope Pius XII today observed his 80th birthday and the 17th f of his election as spiritual leaderfollCC DtimiCKS rUtted of the Roman Catholic Church IT Thr west rncl nf with prayers for the peace to Square to pay tribute and receive the blesaings thur Koontz of Charleston Kil gores Lois the senators administrative Harold tional Youth Week highlighted were MM there was a possibll meeting of the Weirton T u n i o r menfa Other workers Ity that a court test may be needed Chamber of Commerce questioned when results are to determine how nominees for the night in the Community they Mid urexpired twoyear term should th The firm employs about 100 per Bcuviues ior yuum seven workers al incude a golf tennis jfected were John G teen age the t One state law provides for selecswimming exhibitions on E rarionaj In the primary If an incumbent mwy penlsor of Health Depart dS more than 80 before the and the closing Go of Industrial Hy primary while another to Church rally said the reaction be section seta s fillwr deadline 14 Paul Zeff Youth W THIS MRIIS hows a Fairey Fireflaah guided de stroying a radio controlled plane over Top to bot tom Missile Is launched from wingtlp of fighter after for slight hoarseness developed Thurs In the the pontiff re ceived the homage of ittle chil members of the Sacred Col lege of Cardinals and a group of high church and lay officials come j to praise his life of service to frPllt Irlllutt church and Cake From Children Tills morning 200 children from 25 including the United presented the pope with a birthday cake dotted with 80 The ceremony was unpre cedened in Vatican Ronald Charles nine yearold son of the Cairo station manager of TransWorld represented the United Following the cake presentatio the pope received high lay and church The group presented the pontiff a book of parchments containing essays of to his life and may have been On in Mine incendiary IT Robert Davis of wns killed lato Thursday in an awident in a new shad heliiK const moled at the Alex ander Mine of the Valley Camp Coal near Fired 1IM BrMh Foreign Offlro lo day that King Hussein of Jordan had fired lolin iluliU a man who had devoted life to makinR Jordans Arab Legion one of the traok fighting in the Middle O Presidents Meet in Secret WASHINGTON UP disclosed to day that President George Meany and the presi dent of the strikebound WestinRhouse Electric met secretly here Thursday be question that under study by state speed automatically missile arrow aears helpless target explosion on contact was during RAF teltt two f weeks before the Two Men Rob Bank of That one He announced the plans dnjf Mt onj a Mcond at laat nights whlchjras dnig gftU he Mjd Any one of a million different i conducted by George Autherine Lucy In Seclusion For Recuperation College of Among the foreign princes of the church on hand was James Car dinal archbishop of Prayers For Around the 450 million Catholics who look to the pontiff as their spiritual leader Joined him I in special prayers For fori Building Permits in City Reach New High in Interest Shifts To Selection For Vice President 1 llv KAVMOM Tnlted Iross Stuff Corrrspotilent j WASHINGTON UP Many jHrpuhlicans acted tcnlay as though 1 resident Eisenhowers reelection already and their chief worry now is to recapture contol ot Warnings njtnlnst complacency and Orelconfidence WPIP heard Ironi siifh party s Na toiuil CTiniTrnan Leonard Hati iiud ScriHto Rcpuhlicnn leader Willinm K But the al most universal feeling in the OOP wafl that Kisenhowers re election is virtually a sure therefore shifted their interest to these questions should the partys ire presl dpntlal nominee be Can the par ly regain control nf Congress Although both Hall and Know hind predicted that Vice Richard Nixon would again he Kisenhowers running i moves were started in behalf of rival candidates i llertor liitoreMed i Massachusetts Christian A indicated he would enter italn a bid for the vice presidential nomination If he Indiana Roy Conrad said was ready to start a ooom for Indiana Congressman Charles Halleck The Cleveland Plain Dealer urged in an editorial thrft Sri rotary of the Treasury ieorgo Humphi ey he piven the nomina tion Ainl there were repoiis that former Thomas Dewey ot New York piobably ac i th nuinboi two spot if Nixon PORT kidnapped t held her vice A Hill Billy show was planned if or April S at the Community Cenl It will be a two hour show featuring talent from Pittsburgh and John K rain a is chairman of the event which will thinga may cauaing the al Oontlnued on Page through the night robbed a drive ek A stolen car used by the two men was found abandoned a short time after the which oc curred at iMicnaei Sulka Police described one of the fce Qf up men about 40 project seven inches tall and weigh1 K night in the third decided last were Radako AM UlU In Earth Slide were ill tippen Knowlnnd would not specify whether hi would bo interested i Building permits in the City of Weirton reached an all Nixvn were not accepted high for the month of February for valuations of Die lnpubllrnns Confident in special prayers ror recorded tabulated the biggest building to win conroi the persecuted millions of the33 of 1055 and for over a 11 month he of behind the expansion month since Ma of M nion wprp hanking on Iron and for all those Kisenhowcrs coatads to who i May of recorded P rrn15 airy 1iiny RfPuhlirnn Except for the childrens I UUIlV jLIIUUlJ into Thev todays ceremonies are of pvjdence of the trend in con felt confident oven though the 1M2 a private nature the pope had rtructiOn was also noted by tlie wanted no personal attention at fart that the 2i for JCiitUII Hint Flfrnhower s The official ceremony marking permita were issued 17 ningle unj was not easilv were brick ferred to By UNITED PRESS By PATRICK CARR United Staff Correspondent NEW YORK at iLucy went into aecluaton today to nigM when his 9i8t year bcgran recuperate from the shock a short distance from the wpre Idistress of being expelled from thirdfloor apartment where he Ithe University of Alabama after was born in the shadow of the winning two federal court h to gain A spokesman said the 26year tttr w e r ndrui enl a care of a haustion down a caused her monthslong effort of the he Walkinr of the canyon north of to attend the traditional allwhite burying five while winds buffeted states to Mi88 Lucy sttilj 8he panned ten Two Injured In Auto Accidents UPi The state threc Education Departments annual re nemocrnts port showed today that Jll public retain valued a schools in West Virginia iianaped ever win fiie ni to stay in session a full nine K months last year despite new ot tV OOf torial Trent reporir todsv Mr ss who were He went to his little redi Included ne for of funds and qualified chapel at 000 and the other for John said in his review of the yeai end cand is Ron storeroom on Pennsyled June 30 that despite an increase help us materially vania valued at to in the number of teachers wita wrfcera dug through tons tatively to return to Alabama in Two persons were injured and mence in f i Moving nnd Storage with valuation I ol Is expected to com The report showed that ennui near infill ior the year was an mal and else in Ixith Republicans and cjinie forecasts that s unnounrement I improve chances of hat and a dark blue No description given of the second r dsv IO Clio IHC H dill n May The community will be ro h r but Quril Ul at the hospital to white the Alabama Thurgood confer with phaVe pro increase of nearly over heldI by nn the vem IVmo ras OlC ton chair was ruahed aaid the childs reported that the state Jaycee at gunpoint at t othei lawyers and talk to Miss Lucy before deciding the next Thursday At 4 the gunmen drove Koetlos to the which be held at Pleas ant Valley Country Club In local unit will be jwst to M row To the high winds raced move the Negro coed should aftemoon ahead of a rapidly advancing coldi He said he would make The yo They combined with a narj mendatlona to Miss Lucy afterlpath of suffering minor Half Moon addition is the first were able to and Garden of the building expansion lhe term Ticiv struck bv lhe program slated to begin shortly llnd caused tlm driven by construction of a MotOflSt Filled attached to murh equipment and supplies on basis of experiem e dur on Cove road on Thursday of those unitsplaced at thc school Trent The youngster darted into of storeroom n for consideration by the ThU is the from lower Miwissippi and NY ks TOm toflrat ttw lpurnev wllliOhio Valley to the waited inihave been to got one the Wor8t arrived ati members are planning to The accompanied attend the state meeting to be held by a rain hit 75 mile per rain whlch stretched she has regained her prespectlve B i Forcing the to open the bank the scooped up the tliey ordered teller to help them carry the toot to their apparently to allay suspicion of airy Dravo to Build Harbor Facilities PITTSBURGH Uf Pravo anounced today it AM been a contract for construc tion of barge harbor facilities on Ohio River near below harbor is at the site of the million aluminum plant being constructed by Olin Mathieson Chemical The harbor extending feet along the river will be dredged to a depth of 13 Ooattmwd On Two and then let her call the Marshall indicated there might Continued On Page Two She was Weirton Osteopathic hospital for Noreross charged By m Kessel Jllfi or Wi days suffering mmor yVeirton to a two apartment a number of wm fined JUfi or taken to t h e placed at tions for imprwlng the stale jn jml on a charge of placed demolitions are ven in North Weirton and one on Jn w l n Main the home formerly v id Ti r Wheeling Man Killed in Crash PITTSBURGH UP William of 57 Sunerest was killed early today when panel truck crashed into a safety island in citys South Hills Wingard was dead on arrival atnation and were 30 hour gusts and blew part of the roof off the Fed ersl Building onto three police cars Trees and poles were Mso knocked down In while quarterinch hailstones battered and dust swirled tc the level over springlike weather continued in much of the Northern New England was about the only really cold area in the Hallanan Backs Ike and Nixon me speeding and appeared In Weirton nv Ted Carmon i pproprifttmn of Police Court today and was fined repairs and alterations drunken in Po lice was ai 1 ii t months per and costs on the Thomas Rfu wns taken to t h e Weirton General Hospital for nh xrays following H two rar crush CHARIiKSTON itPi West Mnin m front of Ku Oontlnud On 16 Year Old Is South Bide Hospital of a fractured degrees warmer along the Atlantic Thursday Is Bat Day For Avenue Man i 11 i1 si m ironi OT ixu Virginias Republican Naslc on Thursday at 10 ROpOrtGCl iVllSSinCJ M tional Walter p was on record today as Lee 246 Seneca Ronald Mallicone of Delia ave year The recent hnlc of the inailc vine nullicn available A sizeable bin o li1 Trent would upend to i ba ie if college dealer Imld v it scene of r backing the candidacy of Vice driver of the second mu reported to Welrion Police on Bnd President Richard Nixon for secvehicle told that his Vito but the ond place on the GOP presidential pulled out from the curbing had ben missing from trained pe plc ticket this Damaging Winds Night Hallanan said there is no ithe collison occurtng shortly afterhomo since Tuesday When last Vito was wearrunnR young is not sufficiently attractive for se for breaking up a winning Tate was charged with failure mR n black suede jacket and blue and predicted that anjto yield the right of way and Eisenhower Nixon ticket would fined on the win even more overwhelmingly in than it did in It represents a combination of mature experience and along with cour and he people with taieii On IHKB winds hit Weir ex with terrifuforce dcviMon I knocked todiy in their MAKE EXTRA MONEY Tf you have to rent or odds and ends you want to sell then you need the use of our classified FOR RENT 2 furnished Private Phone Needed 1 penon to answer the phone for 8 Never knew ao many peopU wanted Phone Weirton Daily Call 185 and place your ad Thursday a bad day for Matthew 1428 Pennsylvania for his name appeared twice on the Police docket on violations First DiLullo charged ICOf Plans for GOP Candidates Meet Tonight At Rally in ISU Final plans for the Paat Grand hazardous driving on Cove Hill ln March were outlined road by Police He post j forfeiting bonds in police during the meeting of Oove Val ed a bond in the amount of on court today were Edwin Lodge MO at the the driving theHall last I At DiLullo and Robwrong way on Orchard Artie noble pre1 ert Walter aided for the business alleged to overlength tractor Three Clinton Fled engaged ta fUtknstts in front of City ttwrtly after botti DiLiuUo and Laughltn were arrected on disorderly con duct charge on DKLullo and potted 181 each on the John D wrong way on Orchard He LewU Robert Leach and reported on the sick Ronald of the Pennoa against James RichardLodge of Raat a charged I with driving the wrong wsy on Or Following business refresh Hancock C o u n i an and Independent will convene In a Know Your Can didate meeitinjj today In the bly room of HIP IHt tttr Repuhllran nomination In the county and district will be intro duced at Curl chairman of the Han cock County Republican execu tive committee Prevent will be candl for kigti state who now uunpalgnlng bi ttoiti of Appotnt to fill a aunilHr of CMII niltter that exlHt ffefurns of In Rerf Cross Compoign A 1 t at Main out by the e Hie Inw er lines in ei i flii street t First in tho Red fmss in Donalil K diiiiitniii iiy munity have totaled arconlmp to Tins amount mrludfs the Weiiton Steel Tbe initial lotHl represents 1 epirMiieu ludvance gift and o c n not include any sums received li nyn from the house to house cunva which n Sielwn meet the heavily increased needs ami Uu tor the humanitarian services of nirini i uiiipn the American Red Cross the Kiffen itH for Weirton been set at Mttwll fm jiuns Piiiie Kiiuiiuv Ttnipy HIS TAlt TELLS THE WEATHER re Today both men forfeited the chsrd were dismissed this ments were served by Fred Mii UirmighmH the rlty and eoun with OiLuUo torleittnf ichell and ry will be In the first returns ate i mln s from Thomas K State J Mi and Mrs K T K O to and the Stone and Tho OH Two I Burgharn and the Stone and Tho   

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