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   Weirton Daily Times (Newspaper) - September 19, 1961, Weirton, West Virginia                                The Weirton Daily Times The Acknowledged Leader in Hancock County in Advertising and Circulation Hancodc News and 12 PAGES SEPTEMBER 1961 Homo Delivery 42c Per Week At 7c Per Copy New Cumberland To Begin Work On Sewage Plant NEW CUMBERLAND Thin communitys Sanitary Board today notified the West Virginia Water Resourses commission that construction of the sanitary disposal plant will move forward The board on Monday also look steps toward thn erection ol a 000 water tank on New Cumberland The Charleston commission had placed a deadline on the commun ity wherein they must proceed lilh the Ohio river sew age plain coiiAiniction or release the allocated by a federal agency for the construction pro Attorney Ktlwin llnwirs lor warded sanitary txiafds compliance wilh I he stale nu Tlic board vulicaled the udvcrliscmeutnl Jitds will take place prior to November wilh the contract awarding scl for December 0 The board also obtained an op reau lion on the West Virginia Fire and from North Carolina Threatened By Hurricane Esther llurricanc Esther churned up the Atlantic today on a course that made its loOiiiilcanhour winds a threat lo the XorUi Carolina A hurricane watch and gale warnings were in effect horn Myrtle to and ihe Miami Weather Bu warned that small craft to Clay properly in the south Cape should re of town along the The main f 90 option stipulated a price scale A 3 a EOT bulletin from on the property the Miami Weather Bureau local The board approved the location ed the large and dangerous as the most feasible with final dehurricane near latitude cision ending upon desigs of the longitude or about 40o Todd Kngineering southeast of Cape nys inal and 600 miles due east of Todd presented two plans lor Jacksonville Esther water department improvem c n was moving on a northwest with the board finally deciding upcourse at about lo sending on the erection of the galhurricane winds outward 170 Ion steel tank on New Cumberland miles in the northeast semicircle Hejghts to replace the outmoded and no miles to the southwest three wooden tanks currently used Gale winds extended outward or Tentative plans call for the Weir Band Invited To Participate In HI Holland Festiva World Mourns Death of UNs Hammarskjold One Survivor In Crash Taking Hammarskjold European Trip Being Planned By Varsity Band United Press International WEIR going to Hoi By UAY MOLONEY Lion by any of the investigating Northern officials that sabotage was m UPIi The body oi United No in the plane One lions Socrcary Genera Dag suggested what Julian heard Hammarskjold rested in a lead might have been the undercar Thc world mourned today for lillctl casket in a small Ndola hos nagc of the plane being ripped land Dag not today wnilc investigators off l at least the Weir High School lamenting his death but express sought the cause of the plane a woman varsity band has had the distinct ing fear that it might prove a crasn lnat killed him on his last secretary and 11 other men died honor of being issued a very spec permanently crippling blow to the peace in the Julian was ial invitation to the Fourth World United The only survivor of the jurcd burned over 30 Music Festival in Condolences pourod into a UN seen per cent of Dale Weir and headquarters in New York from rit from lllc Uniled stylos nations as widely separated by AWAY WITH bobbies carry a demonstrator away during the massive antinuclear ialy at Trafalgar This man is one of more than many of them as they squatted on the Continued Page Two some 3oO except 200 miles to the As the seasons fifth tropical slorm moved the military installations along the notified that after Octobcf he is to br moved to j Britain and the In President Ken nedy said Hammarskjolds name the peacemakers of National mourning was pro claimed in Hammarskjolds na tive Flags were half masted in nations as far east as India Not even the Communist na following Russias had ignored the secretary general for anything unkind to say about although they did not join the rest of the Envoy Paul Messenger has been world in Four Minnies Away made awe inspiring announce said he heard explosions just The plane was only lour minmenl today in a special addition and historv is Norwiv beloc tllc DCfiB utes away from a landing at of the Weirton Daily and Ghana Australia and Italv crasncd Monday in a wood Ndola Airport and directly in line the total disbelief of happy band ed area six miles from Ndola Air with the runway when it members in thunderous exclam The shcels had been locked down there was no Continued on Page Two WESSENGER TRANSFERRED Salvation Army Changes Command In Wellsbwg STUDENTS UNHURT Troller 7ruck Collides With Brooke The invitation is a fitting climax to the Stairway to the Stars dream world which began two years The Holland invitation eclip ses the California west coast debut in the Tournament of Roses parade and t h e east coast trip in the Macys Thanksgiving Day 0 this invitation is the opport unity to represent the homa town JFK to Fight Soviets on Veto Power in UN Eastern Seaboard put evacuation where he will sene as an assistant corps j predicted a new Soviet drive to tortrailer truck at the Weirton pla a into Ships in naval officer for the Salvation Abolish the olfice of secretary xo students were reported hurt i M t TTM i II bases at Fla CharEnvoy Messenger has been com and Norfolk scurried manding officer of the Wcllsburg to safer Naval and Maoffice for two nne aircraft were flown His successor in Wellsburg ha The Navy removed personnel not yet been The new from one Texas Tower off Nanchange has been contemplated for tucket Mass by helicopseveral it has been learn ler Monday and said another and it is one of about six chan tower off would nes being made in the by WASHINGTON IPI Prcsi be cleared by surface vessel toColonel Paul of Balli dent Kennedy was described to Texas Towers are steel more the division command day as determined lo prevent structures in the Atlantic off the er Russia from using New England coast which serve skjolds death lo make Uri i t e d i as part of the nations defense Natons operational control sub and navigation ject to Communist veto The Miami Weather Bureau The African air crash death ol said Monday that research planes the secretary general w a s dropped chemicals on Esther dur the deciding factor that led Ken ing the weekend without apparent nedy to plan a personal appear effect on the storms intensity or ance before the General As The bureau said Uie sembly within a few preliminary seed The Chief for some ing experiments were to test the weeks had considered a speech to effectiveness of silver oxid as a the assembly in New but means of drying up energy During the two years Envoy Messenger has been in Wells Uie Salvation Arny has paid off nearly all debts it had accumulated before his arri The total budget of the cops has increased to support a much larger volume of general and replace it with a and ciamagc to tnc bus was con vetobound to the vehicle body See Prolonged Wrangle bus William Lohr of Japanese officials said the was able to continue lions of the United Nations may on to Follansbee High school with1 be seriously affected by Hamtne and then leave to marskjolds with a promake another scheduled longed wrangle over Russias Assistant superintendent troika plan delaying consideraschools who is trans tion of such problems as Berlin portation officer for the school and the said he had not received Yom thc Day of Atone Even Saburo whose oppoUie report from but had as will be ushered in today Socialist party usually the bus was able to con sunsetwith thr Awe inspiring prato the Soviet expressed relimic its Jews to Usher In Yom Kippur At Sunset Today Congo Crisis Worsens Over Death of Dag WELLSBURG A Brooke county school bus was struck of the state of West Vir Diplornatic observers in Moscow and damaged this morning when struck by a skidding tracjginia and the United States in the greatest international amateur mu sic festival in the The World Music Festival more than just an outstanding music musicians from 25 countries and continents assemble in t h e close bonds of friendly fellowship to preserve and through I the much needed atmos phere of international understand big and The citizens of Kerkrade by their o music i and open their hearts to the many visiting bands in a sincere show of their concern for inter yer of Kol Weirton Jewry grot over the loss of such a rare will join their bretliern throughgreat man particuarly at a out the world in prayer and mcdtime when the General As sembly is about to meet he arrived at no decision until he giving moisture in a heard Monday morning of HamNo more seeding of Esther marskjolds Then there were quick telephone calls to New Kennedy discussed with Secre tary of State Dean Rusk and Ambassador Adlai Stevenson the procedural situation involved in selecting a successor to Ham The Russians have long wanted to replace thc single head of the United Nations with the troika system favored by Premier Nikita Under the Khrushchev three men would replace Ham marskjold one from Ihe one from the Communist connld for Licenses of Five Weirton Taverns Are Suspended Yom which falls on the tenth day of the Hebrew m o n t known as the Day of Aton is ihe most sacred day of In recent the Salvation lne jewish This day has Army acquired a lot on Commerce tieen dedicated to the divine willi street and the advistoy board is jn the Therefore Jews abstain considering plans for a new from fooc ami physical pleasures building to be constructed llui oVvole themselves to fasting Hie Army lias seriously outamj grown present physical facilities Minds and bodies are in the numbers of persons they disciplined by serve for both religious welancl The purpose of which A government spokesman Continued on Page Two in fare Wave of Selling On Wall Street is to bring man down to a level of i to interpret thc hunger iof ancl to grow in sympathy and understanding toward the in flicted and Local Contracts Delay Strike Against GM By ROBERT 1RV1N UPI Automotive Editor DETROIT i UPDThc United Auto Workers and General Motors 0 said the run was one that picked up students in the Woodland Estates area ot delivered sonic to Edgewood school and then went lo Fol 1 a n s bee High About 40 students would be due to be on the bus as it continued to Wells By WILLIAM ANDERSON United Press International The Co i UPD The Congo crisis worsnational cncd today as a result of the death oi Dag Ka tanga forces and United Nations troops battled sporadically for control of Hopes for bringing peace to Ka tanga were dasiied when a plane carrying Hammarskjold to a meeting with Katanga President what better baud for an invitation than the staterecog nized giants Weir Varsity Band that has excelled and ex ceeded all past performanc e s and continues onward topping each special The Weir High in its ap rear of Uie bus Continued on Page Two NEW YORK UPI The day is one of memor driving for an end Wednes i In which Jews ask forgiveness day of a crippling eight day The lor the souls of the The tried toay to settle local The beer retailors h nf fi of fi w i death of Secretary General which is referred to as plant contracts and remaining na Weirton firemen were called to it Dag Hammarskjold touched off Niclrei services at the tional problems sUll holding up the residence of William McCaf wave of selling on Wall Street Beth Israel synagogue will begin full 3616 State Monday al Moise shoiibe crashed in the jungle repeally cop the admir n Tshombe vowed lo lead his pooatlon faith of spectators Sheriff Russ trait and deputies fj as exemplified in their most re were investigating the UN command But cent exhibition at Wilktasburg dur Preliminary reports were that of hc ing the week Six bands were parently a trActortrailer skidded requested for H o w on Route and thc rig struck the wavs readv it was WeirtonV group that representatives to discuss a standing thunderous peaceful Td The Katanga president accused Music de li soldiers of killing of announced today th his some of Uiem after they Charges Aggression a nesvs conference Kitwe airstrip in Ndo Called HllltOp htcn suspend tla pwiod by Beerj Monday and the market with Cantor Isadore the worlds largest auto N tries and one from a nonaligned Commissioner Davis The1 Selling began as the market Cohen of New York chanting the was back in limited pro The fire damaged a french nation of the neutral Each i suspensions take effect at mid on tllc NiatiKol Niderei of the three would have the veto Obviously expecting Russia but nearly work a caDinet and wall firei i j j i night to Those suspended include Hammarskjold was and Rabbi Marlon will be in charge jers had not yet returned to their mcn sajc i accelerated on official confirmaof the and will deliver Settlements had been The drivers and volunteers re of his The market re the Ours is the reached at 75 with 44 turned to the station at was pictured as wanting to take sale of liquor Ross Analysts said the selling w the first opportunity to reassert Green Mill sale of liq1 caused by fear of what aci action president four sj Biblical portionfrom he Book remaining problems the union is AT CENTER SUNDAY many of the details and are not steps are taken which will enable the to accept the invitation and ie immense m j i Tlie festival is to be held during shortly be the weekends of d iff for Katanga 1962 TOu nearly 11 months has cost us wiu elapsc before the band i leave for n L A rmy the intervening black and civihans and student bc wor Conlinued on Page Two kinS sacrificing to save the amount necessary for the Public support is important foe the success of this band dir ector Lutton said today more especially is support and loy i ooo of support f o r i sale of beer to an intoxicated the Russians might take in the particularly those carried out by person and after hours sale Char cold war with the death of the Of the Leviticus at and pressing an antidiscriminaiion the Prophetic from the Book of clause more union committeemen Esther Blamed For Rain UPP The Bureau Sta tion in Charleston blamed Hurri cane Esther for the rain ancl clouds over West Virginia The weather station empha West Virginia was not expected to experience any high winds as long as the tropical storm continues to whirl its 150 milenn hour winds along its pres ent The storm is expected lo pass near Cape late tonight or early Wednes les of Chucks sale secretary They of liquor and Edward the market already wasS0 of the Capital sale lo an in nervous and overreacting to ncwsi toxicated I I chapter United Nations A Ship Without Its Captain lo process and an end The Rabbi will preach the compulsory overtime and fore Atonemcnt message entitled me working union They were expected to bargain through the nighi in hopes of wrappiig up a new contract in time for a meeting of the UAWs Continued on Page Two Illinois Judge to Speak v r At Sacred Heart Banquet Continued on Page Two Weather Cause Of Accidents NEW CUMBERLAND The Needs of Modern Youth will be the topic of Uie 280momber GM council Wednes1 Honorable Sigmund Judge of the Superior conditons were blamed in two If the council approves the Court of Cook when he speaks at the Golden j accidents that occurred on Route UM could resume full Anniversary Banquet of Sacred Heart of Mary Parish this on Hancock county EDITOKs NOTK In the lowing a veteran UPt no one is at the My until a new secretary Ancl the prospect is that no one is production by the end oi the simciav evening at the Weirton Community it was announced today by Joseph Kostur ancl Stanley Sa The first vehicle to roll ott a cochairman of the Banquet Program M assembly line in a week was inn In addition to ins scneuuieci iroiuiced Monday in i p roil i ak correspondent who has covered Will be selected to don the mantle In the a Swede incoach CM said car pro the United Nations tor more i than n decade analyzes the m pace of the death of thc secre of Hammarskjolds realauthority dustrialist Shire Linner and an ion would begin today in the near Irishman Sean Hdsmobile plant in I IIT the United Nations Keown arc in chare of carrvsinS the Lan tary Rencral on thc future of faces a grim and uncertain tuing out the political and military the world Supervisor At Childrens Home Texie formerly of Falls has assum ed her position as the acting sup ervisor of the Hancock county Childrens home in Hardway replaces Lorraine Tlie new supervisor had been Hy KKLJCK United Press Intirnaduniil UNITED Thc Uniled Nations is a ship sailing through perilous seas with out a captain Dag llammarskjolds untimely death in the juiiies of Africa nas no indicatic made Ihe world organization vtil mandates voted Hammarskjold by Russia Stands Firm the Security Council and the Geii which boycotted Hameral j Af DiUp Iclnnd marskjold as secretary general Fails Of Support laivinvi for the past shows no of backing down from its demand general a light duly pickup truck contributions of Poles in made by the truck is a w e 1 1 j known Chicago jurist and is con sidered one of thc nations top leej hirers on the subject of juvenile and teenage delinquency and is th author of a pamphlet entitled Boys and Auto Theft Court Re which is an official docum ent of the Municipal Court of Chi A veteran South American dipj W Va lomat up with a plan to The firt stoppage has oc nerablc to a crisis worse than any it has faced before whether fostered by the Soviet Union or churned up by turmoil In He was recognized for h i s for a threeheaded troika presi skjolds For the time four of Hammarskjolds chief unclersecre Asia or Latin tarics two an Incli omployed at the home since last1 For eight years and five months an ancl a Russian arc taking There are 21 children i the United Nations has dependedover thc coordination of thc presently being cared lor Hancock at theon Ihe steady guidance of the sivarious Each I apparently will function separate is not expected to block se lection of a single secretary gen eral o serve out tor Dravo of is not providing adequate safety pre skjolds due to expire April cautions at the Ohio River proj ambu at a Teenage Youth Rally in Chicagos Internation al Judge Stefanowicz was elected The workers want an amuu t t on according lo kept at the site in case s io c rt Xovcmber ic the Soviets will i an but the Pittsburgh vuuu Continued ou Pago Two Jiinn juaiulajus Uiis Ls not OB me 1wo JUUgt sliejff deputies The first mishap involved a car driven by Wesley of and Robert Martin of iudson driving a A total of damages re Alberta of N e w Cumberland and David Orchard were drivers involved in the second ac Deputies said foggy condi tions prevailing at the time was Lho cause of both Weather Cloudy and mild tonight and Wednesday with occasional light High today will be 75 a low of 57 rows high will bo t   

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