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   Weirton Daily Times (Newspaper) - September 17, 1956, Weirton, West Virginia                                For QuickAction WantAds Phone Weilton 185 29 74 1 The Weirton Daily Times The Acknowledged Leader in Hancock County in Advertising and Circulation SEPTEMBER 1966 HORM Delivery 30e Per Week At Be a Copy Britain Suggest Test Trip Into Suez Canal As Challenge To Egypt Eight Year Old Struck by Auto At Intersection An eight year old Wcirton school Kalhryn 1217 Pennsylvania suffered mi lor Injuries early this morning at being struck hy an automobile operated by James Route while cros sing the street at Pennsylvania near the Wcirton Steel General Immediatcdly following the ac the driver of the auto rush rd Ihe young girl to the Weirton General Hospital where she was ireited for laceratiom MI the back of ttie hpad and a bruised right Following the Pit cock girl was The Kiln auto WAR heading rant on Pennsylvania Avenue when the young girl stepped nut In front of the auto while crossing from the north side of south It was reported that the Pitcock a student at the Sacred Heart of Mary grade was head ing home after being excused from Ihn days classes at the school af Irr she reportedly became Up on coming to the the young girl decided to cross in the middle of the street rather than at Iho While stepping I torn between several parked she stepped into the path of the Kile auto which was still in sec cud which was heading up Pennsylvania She was struck bythc right front end of the PRESENTED WEIRTON MAN Adlai Readies Series of Talks By TOM NELSON JOHN NELSON Veteran of Foreign War was presented a National plaque for outstanding service in Buddy Poppy sales on Sunday at the first state meeting of the VFW held in National Coun cil member Don Maupin of Moundsville made the former Weirton is widely known for untiring efforts in the sale of the red Photo by Steve National Citations Are Weirton Women Given IVeir VFIV Members Route Mishap David Lowery and John members of the Veterans r of Foreign Weirton were presented National j FOLLANSBEE Three persons Furniture Dealer Wounds Kills Himself Showdown Due On Segregation In Kentucky Full Convoy To Be Piloted By Westerners By WILLIAM SEXTON United Press Staff Correspondent LONDON UP The United States and Britain will ask the IB nation second Suez conference UP A Cameron furniture dealer serious ly wounded his brother and then shot and killed himself Sunday to Bv PENTKCOST climax an argument over S y IT Uu 7 andM8fihool1 to agree to an imme UIIHWA uvti nun faccd showdown today when National Guards1diate test trip into the Ca family i mcn cscortecj tnrce Negro children to classes at an allwhite i nal as a direct challenge to Police said Charles Carlton j informed sources said shot his Ray in thc abdomen in front of the Fish furniture Carllon then ran inside the locked all and fired two shots at his ac cording to Wilbur superintended of to file suit for Britain wants the test to a the Webster County School Board an injunction restraining the Webfull convoy piloted by has ruled that Uie Negroes musilstcr County board from ref using i The United States believes a sin go to the allNegro Rosenwald jto Uieir gle ship would be the School in J state adjutant said troops Dewey Cameron would provide protection as us ual today when three Negro chil councilman and a brotherinlaw of the said the fight be gan shortly after thc two brothers had returned from Sunday church dren attempt to reenter the all white Clay consolidated The soldiers remained at the and sources He said the men wont school despite attempts by Mayor at to their store to discuss ownership Herman Clark to have them re of the business which was started by their I State officials conferred with sick had sold Gov A B Saturday out his half to Raymond a month at Frankfort on the Integra He said he wanted his share jUon station but issued no state Collins said the Gordon children But the two main sponsors of and a third Negro Billythe canal users ac Carl who enrolled cording to the are would not be admitted toagreed that the challenge should He said they would be turned be made quickly before accidents back at the entrance of the school j or pilot fatigue choke off traffic and told to go to the allNegro J in the The first major slowdown of The action by pie NAACP shipping since Western pilots re was initiated after the Webster County board voted unanimously last Friday to prohibit Negroes from entering school here this Crumlin Thc board ou SHIU nc waiueu ins AUncmxt back Raymond agreed to sell Bowing the closed ted after only Carlton would buy both L wcre Henderson told police he sus1 and see untu peeled trouble after his Milschx1 sister to the Fish told him thc two men had gone to the store after church to settle the He said he found them arguing in front of the store when he ar citations on Sunday at the state meeting of Uie Department I Council i The first ever held in I the Weirton club was high1 lighted by the presentations of four Don Nat1 Eight Injured In Auto Crash were seriously injured In a head collison which occurred on 2 at Sunday near the Wabash Ambulances were summoned to the scene of the i accident and removed the injured to the Ohio Valley hospital in Stcu Opal 230 Hillcrest Weirton re Promises Legal Action The National Association for thc Advancement of Colored promised legal action to back Negro Attorney James Crum A said he would me a suit in the federal district attending school No Program Decided The opinibn was based on the fact that thc Webster County board had not decided on an in tegration program and that thc initiative for beginning the deseg regation is thc province of county not individual signed Friday was reported in the canal The report lent ur gency to the Wednesday ence called in London to study the Western plan for a Suez Canal users Authoritative sources said the Big Three did not plan to draw up hard and fast proposals for the They intend to al low the participating shipowner nations to frame the details on the conference it was A TemporaryExpedient The sources said the Western powers also consider the users as sociation as a temporary expedi as saying Help help Hes got a Henderson said Carlton fired a single shot at his Carlton then went inside while Henderson ran for court at Tuesday seeking the integration of the for merly allwhite Crumlin is Inltcd Press Staff Council member of W K West Virginia and worked today on a STEUBENV1LLE Eight perceived lacerations of head jics of speeches on farms prob First District sons were injured on Saturday atPossible fracture of left ribs and Ho said nc had been instructed Raymond was taken to Oh o by and James Gordofl ley General in poor Police found Carl ton inside thc store with two fatal bullet He was pronounced dead on arrival at the Chandler previously had en ordered units of the 243rd Tank Battalion of the National Guard and state police here after crowds had prevented the Gordon chil Experts estimated the associa tion could be ready to challenge Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser with test ship or convoy within a week after the confer wuiiiu a anei drcn from He also had here finishes ordered troops to nearby Sturgis Of the 18 nations 14 Continued on Page Two lems and other domestk issues Conimander and Post Commander when a car operated by which he will deliver during ai was awarded the National Award Frank campaign s w i n Youtn Activities with 100 perprococdinc d through 11 southern and midwest cent John is listed as fairly Carroll said to have been pinned under the steering wheel of thc rrn Phe DC m o c r a t i c presiden VFW was national plaque for Eugene East Ranle lial candidate will begin in whirlwind airandmotor tour Sat urday with a major speech at the National Plowing Contest al New His bid for the farm at Newton will follow by one day President Eisenhowers visit to ihc plowing From Stevenson will swing through Oklaho Wis presented a outstanding turned out struck a ditch A passenger with her Gar net 433 Cove No Hope Held For 33 Men Weiisburg Jewelry On Sunken Liberty Ship Store is Looted Thc accident occurred on County I received lacerations The Weiisburg Jewelry Store ractrd arm 607 Charles was looted jlload near Injured were Frank of thc l arn right Thompson Jeff six all possible concussions months and Minnie 3 consin and He carried only two of these sas and Stevenson returned to Washing now base of campaign meeting as State Commander was given an award for com munity service and Maurice was giv en the National award for Loy alty 0 During the business the iions over leltcjc Celesta Hub membership thc passage The ballot will list thc bonus meaforehead James Steul sure for the November fracture fight left1 J I aim nilillll III j i j who presided at thc 33 laceration of left eye and lstcd as fairly good elbow Jessie Torj J1C was lacerated forehead and pos1 ffi4 Commerce Wells siblc fractured right ribs ing Sunday night or early Monday morning of several watches from a display window in the front of thc The glass of the window as wasu apparently broken by a stone fairly Police reported that traffic was for almost two hours due to the Both cars were totally demolish decided to support fractured femur jpH idnnf uTun hrZ of the Korean fractured right laceration 1S SUU in VFW members will strive to get slioulder operations this morning after j voters to thc Mimmifield was arrested for dri sponding a quiet Sunday in It was announced that the left of nearby Virginia horse kcrsburg band sponsored by th c was the weekend guest of Phillip department won the national Graham publisher of the award at thc midwinter confer Washington Post and Times Her and George former Continued on Page Two ambassador to Turkey who now is cochairman of Uie finance mittee for the Volunteers for Ste vensonKef Cooler Air Is Forecast Busy Week For Eisenhower i Oliver Hardy In Serious Condition By UNITED PRESS New Turnpike Link is Opened SOUTH UP A hornhonking motorcade proceeded the opening today of the opening today of thc million Indiana toll last link in a Chicago to New York turnpike Indiana George Craig or brick and the thief suspectedly rfached through the hole in the glass and confisicated an unknown number of Virginia one of the partners who operates the said that an inventory would be taken today to see exactly how many watches were lifted from the store Chief of Police Arthur Howearth who is investigating the said that he had little to go on in thc A few drops of blood wcre seen on the beneath thc indicating that the thief may have been cut reaching through hole of the the jagged Norway UP survivors of the American liberty ship Pelagia who landed in this tiny Norwegian fish ing village said today there was no hope for 33 other men aboard the sunken The search went but the suri vivors said theirs was the only lifeboat to be put down when thej laden with 000 tons of iron broke in two in a gale and sank off Norways rocky WASHINGTON The five men were identified State John Foster Dulles today Lawrence Rediess of Central headed again for London for the third time in search of a peaceful Dulles Again London Bound James Arnold of Bait more Dcmetrios a Greekborn American citizen of New York Andreas Orphanos of New and Pedro Rodriguez of With them was the body of Jean Lopez of Puerto He had died of exposure in the icy waters above thc Arctic Circle solution to the Suez Dulles planned to leave this aft ernoon by plane for the new Lon don Suez conference which opens He was reported to have talked over final plans with President Eisenhower Sunday night by Officials said Dulles goal is wid before Uie British trawler possible support for the pro ern Duke could reach their leak Suez Canal users associa ing guided by a Air Uon lne ia invited Force search nJanc had some lrumP cards in nis Cooler air from the Northwestdedicated the Hoosier stretch of was expected to lower tempera I lures over a wide section of the HOLLYWOOD UP Oliver hefty half of the famed rhc air mass nlovcd across Laurel and Hardy comedy thc WASHINGTON was in condition today at wcstern Wisconsin and Iowa dur Eisenhower today opened a Josephs Hospital He suffered ing tnc n8ntTemperatures were Yerger discovered the robtheirs was the only lifeboat to Hadjicostas told United Press cl to him what hc wants the highway after a fast ride in this the motorcade from the Ohio state line to South upon arriving at thc store Buried in Desert ticspacked week back at his desk a at the White The President returned Sunday night by car from his farm a day earlier than Hc had been at the farm since Wednesday except for a brief flying trip to the capital to confer with Australian Prime Min ister Robert Menzies on the Suez about eight degrees lower and The 64year old slapstick comic iwere reported generally in the responded slightly to treatment 40s and 50s carly Sunday but his condition has noti The cool air was moving southj Hardy suffered the eastward and was expected stroke in his San Fernando Valleycover the upper and midMissis home and was rushed to the hossippi Oklahoma pital and the Ohio Valley to FURNITURE DOESNT GROW But children and they soon out grow that baby Do as so many advertisers and your ad In the Cbuwlfied Section of the Weirton Daily BABY BED with mai Excellent Phone 000 little ad mn five days the low cost of 81c Mid sold the Gall Weirton Times and inquire About the low Bob Newbrough Captures PVCC Golf Championship A lifetime ambition was realized here Sunday when Robert of 140 Valley defeated William Dumbaugh 6 and 5 to win the Pleasant Valley Country Club who has spent the better part of his hobby life on golf having begun as a won out over Dumbaugh in the championship final on the PV course In earlier rounds he had defeat ed Andy Chester Smoky and Bill He has been a member of the Pleasant Valley course for past three In winning the Newbrough succeeds George Zatezalo as club Newbrough Is belter than average golfer and normally shoots in the low He main tains a handicap of five In private life he is owner and operator of the Ideal Studio in His brother also a golfer of is owner and operator of the Weirton Studio in RUTH of San lies suffering from shock and exposure in El Cen hospital after she was found nude on the desert Latham told police the was kid naped and taken to the desert where given ileeping medicine and buried under Authorities have arrested two women with whom the wealthy victim it currently Involved In lawiuit Brogdon In Ninth Year Brogdon has been returned as pastor of Peters AME church for his ninth year during the 58th annual conference make it to Three others were splintered when part of the superstructure gave away and crashed to the deck under thei pounding of mountainous i Even btvj lifeboat developed a leak under the pounding of the but they kept it afloat until i As Dulles prepared to ad ministration sources said the Unit have accepted or indicated prob able although a num ber are reported wary of the Western The latest yes came from which has been moving cautiously to avoid n dangering its Arab Thc foreign ministers of Den Sweden and Norway agreed reluctantly to attend but sairl the Issue is so grave it must be taken to th A british Foreign Office spokes man said Pakistan and Iran ac ceptances included reservations against any prior Secretary of State John Foster Dulles was leaving Washington by plane this afternoon for London to seek the widest possible support for the proposed He was backed by American oil interests and indications the United States would underwrite the plan up to million a Indias roving Krishna landed in Cairo this morning on an emergency mission to consult President Gam al Abdel Nasser on the steadily worsening New Am bassadorRaymond Hare flew to Cairo shortly after West Rejects Invitation backed by the Arab na the Communist world and some Far Eastern was with plans for a rival to study the Suez cri The West already has reject ed Nassers but some 21 other nations planned to go to Dispatches from Port Said re ed States is prepared to underported the first sjgns of a slow write a costly emergency program down of cllcz canal traffic became fnr OoH t no nil tn TitrAno in users a spotted Air Force them and rescue thc plane trawler plucked them froni the Lopez had succumbed in the of the AME held in Huntington water by Youngs Chapel AME church on September The 59th session of Uie annual conference will be held in Representatives from the local church attending the conferr e were Joseph Coyet Harry Whitesides and Robert and Brogdon will return to Weirton on Compulsory Fund Charges Aired WEST Charges that compulsory political contributions were taken from em ployes of Weston State Hospital will be presented to the Novem ber grand according to is County Prosecutor William Fury said he had conducted an investigation of the alleged fund operaion and had found evidence of a systematic monthly collec tion of political contributions from Cautions Against Landing On Inhabited Planets oil to Western Europe apparent this morning when the canal to the northbound convoy arrived late land only five ships assembled for The emergency plan calls fortodays southbound up oil production in the States and Venezuela and Special Meeting Informed sources said some Qf RoVOl Afdl Continued on Page Two A special convocation of Han cock Royal Arch will be held Tuesday at to confer degrees on a class of Ed High will be in ROME UP director of the American Rocket Society said today that man should not land on inhabited planets unless invited to do The lawyer of said travel into outer space would dignify and enrich erasing forever devastating eco nomic But he said man should obey ifjpy HIS TAIL TOIS THE WEATHCR His remarks were based on the probability that there is not only life but intelligent life possibly humanlike creatures elsewhere i in the the golden rule and spaceships There is litUe evidence to in should not land on planets inhahdicate that there is other tted by other intelligent beings un til invited to do ent life in our solar Haley Haleys comments came as delj But our own the Milky egates from 22 j contains 40 billion the Soviet held preliminary j many larger and some smaller sessions for Tuesdays opening of the International Astronautical than our own and in creation we know that there are at least 48 billion Tempys weather prediction for today is partly cloudy with tonal light showers or thunder clearing by evening becoming colder tonightTueidaf is forecast to be cool with High for today is expect ed to be low high on Rivw itafr at Lock 10 is 16 I   

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