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   Weirton Daily Times (Newspaper) - April 8, 1961, Weirton, West Virginia                                Invitational Tournament Opens At Community Center Tonight The Weirton Daily The Acknowledged Leader in Hancock County in and Circulation HnncocI News and SporU Full UPI Wira 33 259 10 PAGES APRIL 1961 Home Delivery 42c Per Week At 7c Per Copy I if 1 m Cumberland VFW Officers Stronger Alliance Aim Kennedy And Macmi Hopefully Awaiting Word On CeaseFire BY STEWART IIENSLUY WASHINGTON UPI President Kennedy and British Prime Minister Harold Maemillan wind up their critical review of cold war problems today determined to strengthen the Western alliance against growing Communist While planning far ranging Boxcar Derfiiled in Hancock measures to reinforce Allied unity on all they hopefully await a way must be found to give other I NATO members a partnership NKVV CUMBERLAND VFW New officers of the New Cumberland VFW post were installed They front left to Jake sen ior vicecommander Ernest commander Joe junior vice Back John advocate Max trustee Fred trustee Ralph installing officer and department chaplain and Isaac eel word that Russia would agree in controlling the use ol American call for a lire in Laos and British nuclear weapons pow and work for a peaceful political j settlement The health of the whole NATO Kennedy and who alliance depends on finding a way met for a total of more than of building a partnership in the hours on Wednesday and Thursj nuclear as well as the convention IN NEW MEXICO Search Crews eeT Survivors in Mr Error IIOV Fit Id SIIAVKIt And HROWN UPI Special Hepnrl Team UPI and srnnnd s were meeting briefly this morning U Thcyj planned to follow the session by issuing a joint Visit Virginia Countryside Macmillan and his Lady i expected to spend the afternoon in the nearby Virginia j They were to visit the home of Kingman Doug las near She is the former Adela who was j previously married to Lady Doro I thys Urd Charles Cav who died in Macmillan and his party will South Viet Nam UPI Sunday afternoon for Ca Communist elements another bomb today near a hotel Onc of the major decisions of housing military in lhc KenncdyMacmillan talks was juring one American and ninelo jntensify efforts to tighten the Vietnamese in the latest wave of economic and military I orrnr n impel n rlierimt inn AT A Continued on Page Two Commies Touch Off Bomb Near Military l cooperation In NATO threaded through a lofty New Mexico mesa today in a and At lcasf pinpoint search to lind out whether more than three men havc Dcen exploded in the ij survived the crnsh of B52 bomber shot down by a Side pasl 4 infomicd sources Israelis Fear Long Trial For Adoloh Eichmann feel has nol advanced with chang A New Mexico Air National Guard F100 piloted by 1st James Van Scyoc accidentally launched the deadly Sidewinder at the million Van squadron safety had made five passes at the bomber in The Sidewinder streaked at twice the speed of sound for I he R52s and sent it shat tered to earlh in a driving snow and hail Three men para chuted from leel and warned in an ad s i dress Fridaynight at the Massa the Reds were responding institute of Technology in I with alacrity to orders from ComCambridge that the Communist j munist North Viet Nams capital s stronger than it was in NATO has gained no Kennedy and Macmillan agreed of Hanoi to do anything to dis turb the election scene in this proWestern The latest of the bombs explod ed today near a hotel where military are injuring Carl Cox of and nine Vietna mese Coxs injuries were not se William a 47year Ry IIAKItY FERGUSON United Press liitcrniiUonttl JERUSALEM one of Israels I million aid administrator from There were five others on question the wisdom of the1011 was injured by A ground parly found some governments decision to grenade thrown into his home ies Adolf Eichmann to trial noon But because the ground party i was estimated Thomas was flown the Philip could not tell how many bodies Opponents ol the trial say whore doctors removed 01jcc there were in the torn accused Nazi should cither have1 grenade fragment from his right Halted a huge search was ordered to been on the spot by the IIc was reported in good con make sure that any survivors raeli agents who tracked would be found down in or brought bej Two otllcr grenades exploded was due back on duly lore sort of international tri1 Friday night outside Saigon movie today with the ninth Interceptor bunal instead of being tried in a No casualties were re Squadron at Kirtland Air Force nation where opinion is inflamed His comagainst manding Francis Many Israelis ear that a long Williams told him to gel lost drawnout trial will reopen old Friday wounds and Israels in Scyoc wrote many operational lernalional procedures for training Statesman Spooks Out Their spokesman is Meir Gross Post Exchanges Halt Sale Of Foreign Autos Current Business Slump Mildest Of Postwar Setbacks By WILLIAM EATON United Prss International WASHINGTON UPI T h current business slump is mildest of our postwar reces Federal Reserve Board member Robertson said to Robertson said that eveji gauged at in VICTIM OF has increased by onethird T w in this recession compared to a 75 per cent gain during a similar stage of the The broad measures of total output that we use to trace the business cycle snow this to be the mildest of our postwar reces The eriousness of the unem ployment problem stems from thej UPI The blinds were drawn today fact that unemployment was at aat 79 Wistful Molly McGee was high 5 per cent In the 30s and 40s Molly and TRAIN DERAILMENT The onetimeaday line service to New Cumberland was disrupted Friday afternoon with the derailment of this car of a Pennsyl vania Railroad freight Service was halted for a short while train crewmen repaired the line and righte the Railroad officials have given no cause for the nor the resulting Molly ot famous Radio Dies at 63 LONDON UPP AirMarch even before the downturn he For the fifth week in a the number of workers drawing unemployment benefits declined last The number went down to a decrease of during the week ended exchanges in England New reflecting recent Continued on Page Two The big questii of foreign cars in a new phase of President Kenj nedys program t halt the ck1 lar The new I with last months order jibe free shipment of servicemens j was not who I foreign cars to the United To her hapless husband Fibber titil latcd millions of Americans as ra dios famous comedy team Fibj ber McGee and I Taint funny McGee became a household phrase as Molly used it to puncture some of her hus bands nonsensical Friday Molly died in the person of Marian a cancer 63 years With her when Dominic Orlandos DC club she died were her was the subject of Weirton police DC Club Again Hit by Police On Two Charges would win Sundays presidential j w Continued on Page Two out of a flourishing bottom that had I LOCO who portrayed Fibbe on the fa mous show their Jim and a Kathryn Underwent Cancer Surgery who had underj man Ferrari raids again Joseph Brinsko led a raiding vanguard of armed with two warrants issued to Chief of Police Joe Kodak by Judge Nor and Hie bombed was from Biggs Air Force at El Both planes were the Air Force calls an authorized inter cept The Sidewinder one of said The only thing I can say is that there would hardly havc bcen an out TV if one morning the body Colliers Driver Charged in Crash A Colliers man was charged on run to about million a year in Britain Thc Air Force PXs in England were the only government agen Malcolm president surgery for cancer last The search and seizure city and the Independent Steeiworkers Unj complained of pains early FridayjStatc warrants alleged stated this afternoon that on Page Two and selling of non intoxicating formation had bcen received by telephone that thc Mediation and cies that sold foreign but Conciliation Service of the United Government will comply servicemen could buy cars tax free just about anywhere in often at discounts ot as much as 10 per The freeshipment regulations Hubby Ticketed By Meter ol a man had been found in a failure to ycild the right of were liberal enough to permit a of Buenos Aires with a following a twocar with the joint request of the Union and Weirton Steel Company to parj ticipate in discussions on a dispute With over an operating practice in the Open Hearth The call was received from the Regional of Region 2 of t h e Federal Mediation nnd Concil iation Service nt 0 Donnahoo according beer and possession of whiskey and Orlando had been ar rested on charges of illegal pos j session in recent howev the charges were dropped Duty as Usual For Officer In Sidewinder Error UPD 1st James the man behind the Sidewinder which committed an million er ror and may have killed five B52 bomber was to report for duty as usual today with the 188th Interceptor Squadron of the New Mexico Air National a 27 year old bache6r with more than hours logged in will be the central char acter in a detailed Ar Force in vestigation in3 accident in ciuld not have Francis his group fold Scyoc to get lost presumably from newsmen Frkhy n and re port for duty Inlial Air Fore statements did not imply that the downing of the B52 during a war games mission over the New Mexico desert was Scyocs Williams in that he considered Scyoe a perfectly reliable Scyoc has been with the 1th Squadron for 30 and has flown hours in F100 jet in when it was related that he had He is the maths safe no state The new warrants allege storing i Continued on Page Two FORT Iowa UPD and possession on an Stan Houston remembered his sil in violation of state andl WnlUUrla ji n to cars a year at an ion and Company representativescents for the overparking fine in of about i to be held on April at the ticket wrote I love1001 storeroom at I i i r ui accident onscrvicoman discharged in Japan the nations key anli aircralt tno deceased and Main street at Maryland avenueto flv to Europe by Iree military weapons seeks out its target s jeti such alrline and home a previous II the tlic punished Edward ly purchased European car free of first it keeps on havp hpon was to post 0 freight if Ins beeT success id vsimply Tllc AviraSe the accident which in The combination of low lUnri in fnmiiii iiv ihn The ot opponents to the volved a car driven by Okey exotic lines and tax concessions riil js 3944 Hanlin created a flourishing GI market that Commissioner Art snokesiirui for the Air Ginnl hat as mishap in for foreign In Wellman would be in Weir said all safely oil thenlis 1 sunk to llie and occurred at Maryland avenue servicemen bought more than on for a joint meeting of the Un Vile were lie implied that the by bringing a man and Main w I iimchoH I li rnii oh 11 Oin II 11101K1IV 11 ill 1011 jjj report S i lu i maltunction lrinl Scoiitvarl Avella and An Air Force said 2 in the Independent Ste elyou on the outskle of the Capt Gcoie 1 Jackson 7 ol Martha May months ban on free shipworkers Union 3009 and left it on thc cars wind oimsMi sum wnni uiumuo rtWn Rnth mm Donald I On Trial were cited on speeding menl of foreign cars cut the rate Main Street of As one Israeli put it charges on Freedom Way at sales in this country in and Raymond three judges making up the Police officers order was expected to ro Havre de ejected Eichmann court will be as much the drivers were speeding at it still although from the bomber and on trail here as Eichmann will miles per hour in a 35 servicemen will still be free to though they were i v foreign cars outside the PX vcr wedding anniversary and city drove into town to buy his wife Orlando chose to be confined inj a but he forgot to put a the Hancock county in lieu of nickel in the parking posting giOG bonds on the two Pa Two His wife Barbara a meter rants until his hearing Ohio men were injured on Friday found the car and did her Patrolmen Mitchell thc Jhlc wcra a meter maid and armed with the crashed and over on rants and Patrolmen J a m c s Roiltc of Burgettst o w She wrote out a put 25 William andPa George Redish went to the second to Weirton General hos pital wercr Charles 301 Main Hay of I Mike Hvizdak 114 iy are especially concerned was cited on a war Ohio Stephen aboutthe effect on relations be1 rant alleging disorderly of East Conn 2nd ween Israel and West Germany issued to Patti Hvizdak on Fri Kl MM J AJ T Glenn of Kern resulting from the His bail bond was set at INQmeCI MIQ6 IO Peter Gi Continued on Pngc and hearing on Cnntiniud nn Pagn College Of Steubenville Names Women Advisers Both men are listed in fair condition by hospital Pennsylvania slate police said Lucas was driving east on Route 22 when his car crashed out of while on the wrong side ot the The car crashed off Hie spun around and rolled over twice before coming W a College President Planning Board TO Weirton Firm To Build Host Srate Official NeQr Weirton Planning Commission ers wilj be hosts to Hie assistant attorney general of West Virginia on April The session will begin at 7 in Hie Weirton City The board will discuss the loca tion of the Weir High school with elation to the Community Facili ties plan of the Master The assistant attorney general will interpretate the state code in reference to and im provement location Weirton Ice and Coal Supply company It s made application to I lie Army in Pittsburgh tor permission to construct n dock on the Ohio The dock will IHJ constructed near about miles iMlow the head or the The proposed radlilies will consist or n bin on I the river hank with n conveyor projecting 25 feet William Corps of said interest ed parties who wish to state objections must do so be fore April The College of Steubenville Little Theatre as chairman of the In 1947 she received the medal Board of Advisers has bro ken Board of was secretary Pro Kcclesia c Ponlifice f r o n precedent and elected two women of thc Steubenville Womans Pope Pius It is one Hu llwin associate They are M r treasurer of the Jefferson County highest honors that can be merit proiesMir of journalism and direcSamuel Freifield and Charles Girl Scout Council and a member td by a Catholic tor of the office of public informaB both of this Each of the Board of the League of Wo She is the first lay person in the has been made an assistant js prominent in men dioceseto be honored by the to the president at The College of MPS preifield is the wife of Lanman is the wife of In announcing the appointment The announcement torncy Samuel who was president of llu Ohio Nut Freifield and a ih was made today by the Kehimself a charter member of the and Waslrr the Kevin vin head of the HO js a legal adviser man also s e r v e d as a charter president of the also to ne member ol the Board ol made public the reappointment ol Coming to the College in 1949 as Long of music and art and still is active in a consultathe following Board members for an instructor in lain the and active in live additional threeyear term till til 11V LUllllllVlllllJI I t V V r was made head of the departcivic Freifield has1 Closely associated with many of Michael ol weir Weather in man of the Womens Division of sident of Hie Catholic Other members of the Board He holds his A from St Fran the SleubenvilUCommunity Club of the Diocese of Steubenville j Other members is I She has served the Steubenv i 11 e and held that position for J2 tonllnucfl on Page Two Mu c h cloudiness today with scattered snow flurries in moun tains of north temperatures In except near 50 in southwest to night and Lowest tonight 30 to 35 except upper in Becoming wannwf   

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