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   Weirton Daily Times (Newspaper) - June 27, 1958, Weirton, West Virginia                                For QuickAction WantAds Phone Weirtoii 185 Home Building Project Approved if The Weir I on Daily Times Acknowledged Leader in Hancock County in Advertising and Circulation Hancock News and Sports Full Wire 31 5 JUNE 19SS Delivery 30c Per Week At fe Per Copy IFcmJ II Ses Here IT WONT Angela Poggi of Follansbce wasnt afraid of the hypodermic needle yesterday when she received her polio shot from Albert Moliskey at the Polio Clinic held in the VFW hall in Beside the is Charles a nurse at the Follansbee Photo by Don Freeman Follansbee News Wos Attempting Record 15 Killed In Crash Of Giant Jet Plane 50 Are Inoculated In Clink At VFIV Post Approximately fifty persons received their polio vac cine ahots on Thursday at the Veterans of Foreign Wars pdtot home in Albert M o 11 s k y was in charge of He was assisiTI fl L LJ ted by Charles Smith a nurse I KflD MfHI at the Follansbce General It was announced that persons who received their first polio may receive their second onli July 24 at the post In Of 90 Cents Claims Being Accepted From Unemployed State Employment offices through out West Virginia today began ac cepting requests for additional benefits from the jobless in t h c City Plans For Correction Of Drain Problem Relief to oftsand and gravel lorn Giillcltcs Hollow mny come in the form of two or three drtoris wick ets and a catch City William of fered the suggestions last night during a special Council session after viewing the site with a com mittee from Council and E n c i 1 soil conservationist f o r the Northern Panhandle At the same Council approved a 21 lot subdivision of Ralph Baronc upon which 12 brick homes will be constructed immed iately on Swearingen The sub divisions name Is Half Moon Seven Councils vote was Grading for the street has al ready been completed and sewers will be installed within two After hearing Kellx nnd the Council n greed to permit the City Mnn ngrr to bring to Council for rccommcnda ions with coRts for the c o n Ktrurtlon of a and gravel pit large catch basin and two or three wood wickets or The vote was 0 Although it was not decided whe ther the City would bear the Kell said some costs should be borne by those causing the troub Ho referred to persons who have disturbed the ground in the which is washing into the sewers and 10 miimimimiimmiminiiiiiiiniiimiiimiiiuHmiimiiimiimwinumiti Late News Sister Ships flashes Streak to New Take Options UPI have been obtained on 10 parcels of land needed to clear the way for first construction work on the Interstate road that will pass through the Northern Panhan dle near 0 Fox Testifies WASHINGTON UPI Former Boston publisher John Fox testified today that he received a loan from the fnlhcr of John Kennedy after coming out strongly for the younger Ken nedys election In 0 Officers of Cove IOOF ft1 Ill ing BEIRUT UPI Spora dic firing broke out in Beirut Tripoli today and the lr army brought armored cars and tanks Into action a gainst rebel The clinic was sponsored by the local post and the L a d i c s AUx STEUBENVILLK Three Ne sroos 100 Auxiliary members who also asGeorge early today find sisted were Fred him of 90 cents j Ted Arcadia told police that he wasJMountain Smith and Catherine Simjwalking up the stairways from The federal government and South to George street about IjWest Virginia ratified an agree Local1 Procedure John of the Employment Office in Weir ton asked local claimants seeking unemployment com should report to the local office on their regular re porting day In order to help a void confusion In local proces port be submitted in ready ness for Councils next July About seven residents have been Continued on Page Two Coffee was served to the adults who attended the clinic and lolli Continued on Page Two today when the three men ac costed Ho added that one of the men pushed him and reached in hisjHAffcO IA pocket for the Arcadia IIUUC IU complained of an injured leg but refused medical Arcadia described the man who pushed him as about five feel sev en inches 165 dark Continued on igc Two Court Tax Ruling She Believed In The Slock late Effic Lynch Mci scaithod the area nnd John Field today to hear clari Call has strong feelings local nul failed on a June 17 Supreme i Finn nif ciicrnrttrtup n Former Hancock School Leader Dies Today CHESTER Albert Louis Ra former superinten dent of Hancock County died at 1 today at Washing He had been ill since 1952 when he resigned as He began his administrative duties with the Hancock schools in He formerly lived on Virginia ave He was born at He was employed by the County school system in 1921 as a teach er at Chester He was a member of the National Educa UPItors the West Virgin i Last Minute Switch Saves Life of Newsman EDITORS NOTE Sum Ku manager of the United Prcis International Bureau darted off a Air Force KCI3S Strato Tankcr today at Brtw Norton Air Base In England today and grabbed a phone to Only then did he learn that a sister ship had crashed on take off in killing all aboard including It was the plane he originally was supposed to My Kucmn and paused in si lent How dm a guy write a story when things fail In on you like that Kuczun caught his regained his composure and then dictated the following By SAM KUCZUN United Press International BRIZE England Theres little you can say Continued on Page Two Honor Officer Admits Stealing NEW YORK UPlAn honor pnmnlnvinn nsl j i Mr Yi HIV lltaw viifciii i uiirv UIi nil JIUrMM complexion dnd wearing a Virginia county assessors ja Teachers association and t h cpatrolman admitted Thursday lln So strong that she injfind suspicious cludtd a nosmoking provision in her The will instructed C I i n manager of the baBcllu avenue Sohio ser met with State Tax Commissioner first Presbyterian church of Ches His Eunice Allison Rabcn died November Survivors include sons Albert of and Richard Court ruling which could mean a complete overhaul of property nations in the The high court held that no class I of Calls executor to pioisc seei vlce reported to police iof property could be assessed for He died in a rest home in Wash that no one has Die part Ive sajd if they I hate She left a corner cupboard and all its contents to one f em a 1 c but with this stipulation If she smokes cigarettes I do not want her to have I abhor women smoking and I do not want them to have my things when I am The estate included personal and household real more than in govern ment 25 shares of stock in the Reynolds To bacco manufacturer of ciga Continued on Page Two Continued on Page Two Services will be con ducted by William pastor of the First Presbyterian Continued on Page Two ter on Main chairman of the executive presided for the Members attending were Ray Tho Lewis and Soisson of Weirton Eugene Pughtown Wilbert Sayers and John Shattenburg of Chester Walter Ohmond and William in July 2 at the sheriffs j of garage in New ami I July 3 n Chesters ciy Hours A report on the American will bo from J to G Cancer Society was given by Food Dotes Given Surplus food will be distributed at the Weirton Christian Center on Monday from to 6 it was announced Food will in New ell July 1 at the American Legion Cancer Drive is Short of Goal in Area The executive committee of the HancockBrooke unit of the American Cancer Society met Thursday in the Cen a director on the national Cancer Society A national citation was given to the Cancer Society for its excellent Cen tral Capital The West Virginia Cancer Socie ty executive committee has re quested a Survey committee of the Society come to West Vir ginia to evaluate the work of the Navy Couple Wed One Year Edward and his Wave Edward Hartman celebrated their first wedding anniversary yesterday when they met at the Great Lakes Training Center in He flew from Newfoundland to Join his wife who Is stationed at Great 0 j They were married at Maryland June He is on a temporary leave now and will finish his tour of duty next Her tour of duty will end in De c e m b e Hartman is the son of night that he systematically loot cd two police property safes of almost thus ending one of the most embarrassing mysteries in New York Police Department Patrolman Jean a admitted the thefts shortly before midnight after 10 hours of intensive questioning by some of the departments top He was charged with grand who won a commen dation in 1955 for disarming and arresting four told his questioners he spent almost of the pilfered funds on redecorat ing his Harlem where he lived Some of the mon ey went for several suits and Continued on Page Two By WILLIAM United Press Inlernntionnl WESTOVER AIR FOHCK HASH UPDA glnnl jet Strato Tanker crashed and exploded on takeoff early killing nil 15 men Two sister ships streaked across the Atlantic nnd set new speed Six newsmen were among the victims aboard the three million dollar plane which snapped two power bounced or across n superhighway nnd landed with n burst of flames in n The other virtlms Included sev en crew members and two repres entatives of the National Aero nautics Chicopee policeman H I c h a r dj one of the persons on the radioed his quarters that there is no need for any Nobody on had n While tragedy marred the Mart of the Transatlantic tri umph crowned the The other two StratoTankcrs jtptmncd the ocenn in record i The planes were dubbed and Delia for lho mission designed lo thump the United Stales air Cocoa As n result of the aci Delta never took Planes Break Record Alpha thundered across the At lantic in fivp 27 minutes and seconds an average speed of miles per Bravo trailed Alpha by about two making it In five 20 an aver age speed of Both HEAD IOOF and Joe Carter last night were elected noble grand and vice grand respectively by the Cove Valley Lodge of the They will be installed in ceremonies at the lodge temple on July Photo by Odie planes broke the old record set Wright Mlccocd Barlo v Burgeffsfown Man Heads Cove Valley Doyle of last night elec ted noble grand of Cove Valley Lodge 380 of the Indepen dent Order of Odd Fellows in the temple on West Continued on Pago Two Minor Damage As Autos Crash At Main Cars driven by Ralph Stift of Follansbcc and Steve Steemcr of Ohio collid ed at the corner of Main street and Mildren avenue last po lice The car owners egrced to settle their police Minor damages were In other police William 326 Mendel com plained to early today that someone hurled a stone through his living room window and tore down his He filed the report about Police were investi gating this on the com Someone from the Old 0ik ser vice station on Weirton Heights told polite yesterday that a man was selling without a license in the When officers the man had left the how The report was filed at with James 3809 Marbnd Heights told police yester day about 5 that he was bit ten by a black dog on Riverview Tonner refused medical treat Police searched the area but could not find the In City Court Anthony Continued on Page Two Tfjpy HIS TAIL TELLS THE WEATHER Television Prize Proves Costly Joe Carter was elected to the office of vice The now officers and appointive offi cers will AC installed in a joint held the office of Cpmmittcc reports were heard during the after which the third degree was conferred on open to the ceremony with Rcbckah Lodge Herman Goldman and John Skun 73 at the temple on new members of the July The installation will be The initiatory degree will be con ferred on a class of candidates at next Thursdays Alex Mclntosh was in charge of degree ceremonies last night and Herbert Clovis will be in charge next Refreshments were served at the The noble grand elect ban been a member of the lodge past four years and for the past term served as vice grand and previous to that he conclusion of the To Compare Figures TriState Only Firm To Bid On Street Pay ing Plan City Council opened ila only bid last night for paving of five City The offer was from Tri State Asphalt Corporation of Martins Ohio and Council referred the figures for tabulations against previous bid records to be return if for the July 7 Coun cil The vote was unani Thc figures were per foot of combination curb and gutter and per front foot both Involving Un eal Already approved by Council for paving at its last session were Edna avenue from Cove Road to Grace street and from Grace street to a point on Hollywood tor Continued on Page Two Operation Performed IToong Accident Victim Shorn Slight Gains William Drennan remains in a coma at a Wheel Lady i inS Hospital but his condition is somewhat improved over u jij ii vnntorHmr VVIUB Hfiptnt Raid lvfnrft nnnn state units in the past years and j and Edward Hart give if to bring man 108 Mildren Continued ou Page Two I Muck has finally deserted Lee whose knowledge i good fortune recently won ner his condition became a tre more than in prizes on allhine operation cutting the skull national television The woman was the boys doctor said shortly before noon Last about 10 when Cloudy Tempy says it will be mostly cloudy and a bit cooler today and Fair and cool high 72 low tonight 54 and a high of 72 in with her taking a vacation she won on the quiz when she received a call from her son Thursday tell ing her that their home had been badly damaged by Cause of the blaze A short cir cuit in the color TV sot she won on I he for observation on his skullv was performed by a brain specialist in an attempt to learn more of the youths The boys doctor also said He I still thats the fairest I cant tell you whats going to He has good chances of coming There is nothing we can do but wait A tracodomy to the throat was given to MM ttw boys The doctor explained that no fur ther operations were scheduled for He added that the boyi state of a coma hai little to do with his The who choM to remain Mid Been nan also suffered fractures of the pelvU Continued on Two   

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