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   Weirton Daily Times (Newspaper) - January 9, 1958, Weirton, West Virginia                                For QuickAction WantAdi Phone Weirton 185 The Weir ton Daily Times The Acknowledged Leader in Hancock County in Advertising and Circulation Hancock News and Full UP Win 30 172 JANUARY 1968 Delivery 30c Per Week At 5c Per Copy Puzzled For Good Reason THAT TIME puzzled expression on the face of Kermit of 1216 Elmhurst is proof positive that its income tax time Mclntyre is shown here studying annual Federal Income Tax bulletin in preparation for filing of his 1957 Hes employed in the Industrial Relations Education and Training Division of Weir ton Photo by Odie Gunion Six Homeless as fire Gvfs Home In Brooke A fire this morning completely destroyed a small frame hotne on Washington Pike approximately half mile east of No one was injured the fire but the building was a complete Cause of the fire is undetermined but it is believed that an overheated stove may have been re The home was occupied by and Don Eaton and their four The chiRfren include an infant a few months a two year old girl and two boys age sev en and Whfli the fire start ed Eaton was out getting coal tor use in the The two bpys at Central school in Wells The mother and the two young children at home escaped The fire was burning through the entire house by the time fire men arrived shortly before 9 and they were unable to save the house or Firemen from Wellsburg and Follansbec respond ed to the The family has been taken to the Dora Wells home at Beech Bottom where they will be housed tempo The Brooke County Chap ter of the American Red Cross is seeking clothing for the Auto Fire Is Doused Today In Chester Tlie Chester Volun teer Fire Department was called to 158 California avenue this morn ing at to extinguish a fire in an automobile owned by Clifford The blaze had been extinguish ed before the arrival of the fire The 8 and 40 Society met on Wednesday night in the American Legion Home with 14 members in Madame for the routine Members business of the organization voted to purchase a Health Bond and to send to the Hope i mont Games and con i tests were played and prizes were won by Ed Hupp and Walter Refreshments were served by Harold DeLong and Cur tis The next meeting will be held on February The Social committee forthe next session in marinelaunched Polaris Emory Walker and It doubled the funds toeing spent Navy Quickens Polaris Program WASHINGTON Navy today threw into high gear its sub Air Force Minus Funds to Pay For Missile Work WASHINGTON UP Senate Democratic Leader Lyndon Johnson today pushed an all out investigation of charges the Eis enhower administration refused the Air Force urgently needed ballistic missile Johnsons preparedness subcom mittee also was expected to delve deeper into James M Gavins broadside that the Army is rapidly deteriorating in the arms race with Air Force Chief of Staff Thomas White Wednesday flat ly contradicted after Sputnik De f e n s e Department assurances there was no moneycaused mis sile He told the sub committee funds to speed up the Atlas and Titan intercontinental ballistic missile ICBM projects were denied although he had made every plea before every proper Johnson told newsmen he did not know whether President Eis enhower was included in every proper But Whites testimony opens up an important field for the prepared ness chairman Bernard Air Force missiles was called as the subcommittees first witness in another d a y of testi mony today behind closed He too was to be questioned closely on ttie highpriority weapon proj ect while Defense Secretary Nil lore Congress a proposal to start Ruth 0 and James Davis of 2 Chester are vaca Walter Wilson of Sewick constructing at once three subs to tioning in carry Mrs Wil It also is the only large missile is visiting relatives and in an advanced stage ol in ment believed to employ a solid j Some military experts feelj XEWELL The annual Dues could be switched to he higher Paying meeting of the Woitiens potency solid propellants Polaris is Lockheed Aircraft cd Wedncday the new program would amount to some 130 million dollars This is almost A poem entiUcd Blueprint dotifoe the 62 million dollars alAbundant Living was read ready awarded thc it Mrs Doanc Lesson topic or lhe e Association of the First terian Church was held Wednesday reportnisht jn social Mrs 1 olaris rjoano Devotional leader read the for by prime contractor said the effect of the mon okayed by Congress would be to move up all dates in all areas of the missiles de velopment to match the Navys revised target dates on the entire Polaris weapon IL is expected to be ready I960 or evening was entitled and it was read by The Word John Continued on Page Two Continued on Page Two Varied Reaction To State Issues By CARLO SALZANO United Press Staff Correspondent Cecil Underwoods an nouncement that in new taxes yearly would be needed to finance a road and school program was regarded Wednesday by law makers as courage and President Ralph Bean DHardy said he was surprised at the magnitude of the chief ex ecutives program and criticized Underwood for ignoring Demo cratic leaders suggestions to co Continued on Page Two Governor Outlines Plans Panhandle Roads In Broad State Plans Complete Ruin Of Citrus Industry Seen in Florida By UNITED PRESS A cold snap settled over the snowladen East Coast put ting Floridas billiondollar citrus industry in danger of complete Temperatures plummeted during the night from Maine to with the most noticeable drops oc curring in New The Weather Bureau reported that nighttime temperatures were generally about 20 degrees lower than a day and that near zero readings were In northern where the mercury had already slipped into the dangerous it was touch andgo as to whether the wintry blast would snuff out the states tangerine and fruit indus The sudden East Coast snow storm which pounded the area Tuesday night and dumped record amounts in some parts of New was just about played out early Only a few flur ries still whipped along the sea The broad storm belt extended from the Mississippi Valley to the Atlantic and weather caused deaths climbed to near Connecticut counted eight snow deaths and there were other fatalities blamed on home fires and traffic acci The United Press counted at least 44 weather victims since the snow and cold weather hit Tues Continued on Page Two Bad news is on its way to Weir ton residents via Sanitary Com missioners for bills on sewage dis posal will be in Uic mails this The mailed in conjunction with current water bills will be enroute to Marland Ow ings and Wcircrest additions short As an average the billings arc per Summit Talks May Be Held In Stockholm LONDON dip lomats suggested today that an East West summit conference should be held in a Scandinavian possibly in the capital of neutral The sources were not inclined to believe the United States favors a toplevel but they ex pressed belief Americas NATO al lies might prevail over Washing tons Pressure on the United States to agree to meet the Russians was building up in Paris where the North Atlantic Treaty Organiza tions permanent council met Average Billing Sewage Disposal Bills Co in Mail this Week The minimum rate for the disposal as set by the Sanitary Commission is per quar City clerks are currently working on the billings the first since the Institution of the Sanitary The levying of sewage rates is allowed under law prior to the construction of the disposal planned for the Half Moon addition on the Ohio Accord ing to the Ohio river all stat es bordering the river must in stall filtering plants to curtail raw waste dumping into the water Weirtons plant is expected to cost about The Charles Hinsch company of Ohio with Neil Ransick as was granted the contract for in bonds for construction of the over a year The Sanitary Board met in regu lar session last night and authoriz ed Mike Wargacki to open part of the Springdalc subdivision on plans 0 Plans for supplementary sewers must be submitted and approved by the board before the balance of the subdivision is Plans and specifications were presented by representatives of the Alden Stillson Engineers for Kings Creek Woodland Es Campbell addition and Un ion Lane were The coun cil of Weirton will be requested at its regular meeting Monday to au Continued on Page Two Faces Acid Test fire Delivers Annual Union Message Today WASHINGTON UP President Eisenhower gives Congress and the nation today his prescription for winning by space age The occasion was widely regard ed as the acid test of the former fivestar generals leadership in the new era opened The President planned to appear in person before joint Senate House session to deliver his most important State of the Union mes sage since he entered the White Assurances to Nation From all advance he was expected to assure the nation that it is militarily stronger than Russia despite recent Soviet mis sile and space technology ad The President was expected also to put heavy stress on the need to help other particularly the worlds underdeveloped na to counter a mounting Rus Continued on Page Two Nixon Celebrates 45lh Birthday WASHINGTON UP Vice President Richard Nixon planned to begin his 45th birth Wednesday to discuss the situajday today by scrounging up his It set another meeting for own Thc unpretentious start was in The NATO meetings were called j keeping with tle vice presidents to consider Allied replies to the lack of any big celebration of his flurry of letters sent out in De cember by Soviet Premier Nikolai Bulganin to NATO Most of the nations were holdinc back to see what the United States planned to The draft of President Eisenhowers reply is up for discussion at Fridays meet The NATO group debated at length British Prime Minister Har To him it was mostly another day of His wife and kids were out of limelight as it has so often of Together with House Speaker Sam Rayburn he was to preside over a joint congressional session as President Eisenhower deliver ed one of his most important StateoftheUnion Only Wednesday Nixon himself 5Year Old Boy Lost in Wilds Of Minnesota INTERNATIONAL UP Volunteers from Canada joined in a handsacross the border search today for a 5 yearold Minnesota boy lost in the northern wilderness in near zero Interrupted Wednesday night by darkness and the hunt re sumed at Men and women streamed across the border from Fran bringing to more than the number of searchers for Danny Deputy Sheriff Milton Kochaniuk heavily was put out to play Wednesday morning his and apparently wan dered off into one of the most rugged wilds in The boys Lawrence La informed his son was miss was among the first to tram ple through the dense brush and swampland near his about a mile south of He stayed with the search party until after midnight when the hunt tempor arily was called A Francis took his plane up in the afternoon but could sec no trace of Women and teenage youngsters joined the army of hunters organ ized by Koochiching County Sher iff Ed Anderson appealed to a Ca nadian radio station at Fort Fran cis to put out a call for warned in a Philadelphia speech The response was almost instan old MacmUlans call for a mm aggression pact with Russia but that the United States could fall Two bloodhounds were jlite and missile But whichseparates the two said this would not form the basis Behind the Soviet Union in across Uie Brainy of the replies to Communist sources in London ho promised that the Eisenhower and hundreds of Canadians braved nHtvtinirt is nstf t Itii t nA TfMCMn niCfnt trt nnln in frtA were asked agreable to what site would the Russians if be administration is it not going to let EastWest conference Nixons wife Pat 41IOVft WOt 11IUIVI m J 1 I They said Russia would approve daughters Tncia 11 and were in Newport Continued on Page Two by Truck Driver Hurt in Crash A Pittsburgh truck driver listed in serious condition at Pittsburgh Hospital after the he was driving skidded over two miles east Adjourn for Weekend Solons Ponder Broad Tax Proposals is By BILL BARRETT a United Press Staff Correspondent rU UP an The West Virginia Legislature re oficessed a long weekend today last night on ponder broad school and rolling up their sleeves and getting down to work Monday at 2 A number of bills were submit ted including a voluminous proposal for revising state mining laws and one to reenact indefi nitely a penny which expires Pennsylvania State Police retaxation proposals recommended ported by Cecil About damage resulted The Senate was in session just to the truck and Police five minutes and the House ofjenue goes for school teacher sal The man was identified as j Delegates 10 The Jack McPaul of Politv with 28 days to go on the there was some ev June 30 of the fivecent cigarette This in annual rev 30day budget will start lidence that both the Underwood Republican administration and the Democratic legislative leadership were trying to move closer to pos sible bipartisan cooperation in de veloping a financing plan for the school and road Most Democrats greeted rather coolly Underwoods proposal pre sented Wednesday to raise in new When the legislators return Monday they also will start work on a record budget and their two to day where Nixon was to christen a new Grace Line pas senger tne Santa They were due back this evening when the usual quiet family birthday celebration would be Nixons five years in the vice presidency have brought him to a prominence in government seldom if ever matched by a Continued on Page Two the frigid night air to help in the 12 Delegates Named By Moose Lodge Twelye candidates were initated into the Loyal Order of Moose lodge 688 when the membership met Wednesday with Past Cover nor William Carlisle Attendance awards went to Clint Henthorn and John New members initiated were Roy Bat William Jerry Patsy George Stoi Edward William Te Robert John Don Kenneth Robinson and MJke Andochick Reported on the sick list were Lindsay Jim M c k Pcrcle Frank Cecil Olln Ru dolph Gordon Winnett Hartman and Ross Delegates were appointed for the district meeting of the Continued on Page Two Bar Committee Plans Report Tlie representative committee of the Hancock County Bar associa tion met Wednesday in the law of fices of Fancy and The five lawyer committee mot to study the legal and legislative constitutional requirements for the first judicial The discus sions related to the views In regard to possibilities of establishing a permanent resident judge for Han cock O The group decided to submit their written report at the next open meeting of the liar Assoc It has been reported that four methods of establishing the se parate court system were sug gested and The five man committee is com posed of Attorneys Floyd Carl Martin William Fahey and William Stolen Caps Recovered Ninth Accident In fight Days The citys ninth accident in eight days occurred Wednesday shortly after noon when automobiles driv en by Mitchell of 163 Pike Street and Isadore Mon of collided at the Owings Fairview street Inter Slight damage was report Two 18 Year Old Boys Fined in Hub Cap Tfteffs Theft of 11 hub from automobiles parked in the vicinity of the Kosciuszko hall New Years eve was solved with the arrest of two teen aged youths Hub removed from cars owned by Gary Clayton Anthony and Chest er have been recover The two 18 year old Ron ald Scott and Larry William were charged with petty larc eny and were fined each when they were arraigned before Muni cipal Court Judge Roy A third youngster was exonerat ed of any part in the theft In one other Lloyd of New was fined and costs and his drivers license was revoked six months on a charge of driving while Jones was taken into custody at last night on County road near Avenue Witnesses said his car weaved from Gate 5 to the point where he was FourLane Road Proposed From North to South Hancock and Brooke county roads were included in Governor Cecil Underwoods million improvements as he plans to the West Virgin a Legislature to turn Route 2 into an improved four lane highway a ong the Ohio river from Chester The proposed blue printed on a ten year would wipe out bottle necks in Route 2 and would construct a four lane from north through Wheeling to Weir ons south 0 Includcd in the annual building projects to be c o m pleted in the first live arc From Chester to the Pennsylvania state line From Welrtan south to Follansbcc From south to Wheeling city limits at More than two miles of this phase is under lion from Cross south of Follansbce to Twelfth street in Wheeling From Wheeling south through Bcnwood and Me Mcchcn From Moundsville so u t h to New Marlinsvllle From Slstcrsvlllc to point south of Marys Continued on Page Two Young Airman To Live Week In Space Chamber SAN young airman from New York will enter a threebyfive foot space chamber next month in an attempt to live a week under the same conditions that will face man on his first voyage to the Airman lC Donald volunteered Wednesday to enter the tiny cubicle at the School of Aviation Medicine at Randolph Air Force Officials at Ran dolph said cubicle was be lieved to be the only one of its kind in the Doctors at the School of Avia tion Medicine said the six foot airman would remain in the chamber for a seated in a canvas He will be unable to either stand or lie and will be completely cut off from the outer world except when food Is passed in to Attached to the chamber will be a second small rectangular cubi cle which contain radio and other instruments needed for a voyage into Oxygen supply will be controlled by a special apparatus and cham ber pressure will be maintained to simulate flight conditions at The only clothing Farrell will wear during his weeklong trip Continued on Page Two Bids Sought for Interior Changes At Post Office Bids are being taken for t h t removal and relocation of lockbox es at the Weirton it was announced The boxes will be replaced to make additional room in the post The scaled bids must be sent jrior to January 23 to Design ond Construction Applications are now a vailable to submit HIS TAIL TELLS THE WEATHER Q Sunny Sunny and cold fair and not as cold to some cloudiness and High today low night 18 and a high of   

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