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   Weirton Daily Times (Newspaper) - May 21, 1962, Weirton, West Virginia                                nm WMT Wfc 1 me Weirton Daily 1 imes The Acknowledged Leader in Hancock County in Advertising and Circulation Hancock News aiid Sports Full UPI Wire 34 283 MAY 1962 Home Delivery 42c PCI Week At 7c Per Copy Medicare Controversy ging MAY QUEiN West Virginia Doctors Criticize Medical Aid Plans DAVESHULER Margaret Diane Rojak crowns Mary May Crowning Held Sunday at Pauls Margaret Diane daugh ter of and Nick 123 Heights crowned t h e statue of the Blessed Mother in the annual May Crowning held afternoon in P a u 1s 0 Attendants were Linda Tas Requirements Upgraded For WesfLiberty Non residents of West Virgin ia applying for admission to West Liberty State College are now re quired to rankin the upper half of their high school graduating class President Paul Elbin an nounces following approval of new admissions policy by the State Board of The new rule is already ef fective and applies to appli cants for Uie school year be ginning September In addition to ranking in the per 50 per cent of his an out of state student seeking admission Jo West Liberty must also have completed a college preparatory Elbin daughter of and 166 n g s street and Lucille Locasc i daughler of M r Charles 152 McKin ley Page girls were Michalene Dor daughter of and Mi Randolph Urges Measures to Spur Economy Senator Jennings Randolph and West Libertys new admissions policy for out of state appli cants follows a two state upgrad on Page Two chael Dorich of 137 June Antoinette daughter of and Anthony Ferrelli of 508 Locust street and Marie Paol daiighleiof William Paolisso of 172 McKinley The procession was led by the Altar boys highlighted with the crowning of Ihe Blessed Mother in the shrine outs i d e the church in honor of Murphy prior to the crowning of the stalue in Ihe Following the crowning was the Novena and William Lee delivered tha ser Participating in the process o were the eighth grade First Communion and Confirmaj lion in additioii to the stuj dent j Governor Barron conferred in Washington over the weekend and by celephone again today on the bill pending before Congress to authorize a program of accele rated public works to stimulate the economy taail new n UPP The West Virginia Medical Asso ciation criticized President Kenne dy Sunday night for employing the prestige of his high office to try lo force upon the citizens of the United States a politicallyin spired hospital and nursing Association President issued the statement following arally i Charleston where about SO persons turned out lo hear talks in sup port in support of HIP KingAn derson After hearing ment Administrator William Bait and Nelson Bniil director of Ihe AFLCIOs social security thej group watched a closed circuit j telecast of Kennedys sp e c c h in Greeneltch said Uie administra tion takes the Social Secur ity approach t iradical aid the ultimately lead to the socialization of medicine in this The association noting the small attendance at the Charleston said it was evi dent that Uie administrations ef forts to press passage of the King Anderson bill has met with failure in West It is to know thai only a handful of aged citizens in West Virginia would take time him there attend a rally and listen to this Greeneltch The physicians of West Virginia reaffirm their confidence in the presese KerrMills MAA legisla tion and urge that its further im plementation be improved by mu tual and sincere Batt told the Charleston meet ing that talks to effect that A Year Made Difference In Local Boys Dream Bethany Prof Slated Speaker LeRoy associa t e professor and head of the depart ment of philosophy at Bel h a n y will address the Wheeling Association of Credit Management at a dinner meeting in the ball room of the Fort Steuben on May In announcing the program William Messerly Assistant Manager of Credits at Weirton Steel Company divi sion of National Steel Corpora said that Uie meeting will begin at During the new officers for t h c 196263 program year will be Dr a native of earned the bachelor of science degree at Abilene Christi an the master of arts de gree at Methodist Uni the bachelor of divini t y degree at Princeton University and the doctor of philosophy de ree at Harvard He has authored the book The New Jerusalem and is editor of The Restoration Re a quarterly journal in fields of religion and At the present Garrett U engaged in preparing for publication Study Guides For High School Fried Chicken Believed Cause Of Mass Poisoning By ALAN RESCH United Press International UPI A live ly Armed Forces Day dinner for Jackson visitors and servicemen Sunday apparently brought violent illness to about 600 persons treated fo r food It was a fried chicken dinner served in 94degree weather which Coumbia doctors believed hospi talized almost 20Q persons in the j In the hospitals in the capital city area were so crowded Annual treating food poison patients that at least one bus load of sick persons received a state highway patrol escort 65 There were no deaths reported from the food Many doctors who treated the victims diagnosed their illness as food poisoning but one military official There is no evidence of food said Thomas hospital commander after 112 persons had been admitted to Army medij cal Hundreds of others had been treated by Army perj sonnel and then It appears to be a combination n member of Ihe Senate Public Works Com said his Committees recommendations OH the mea sure differ in important in stances from those of the House Public Works Commit He said that further changes in the Senate vevrsion are being planned and thai he will be cosponsoring this week with the Chavez and the Committees ranking majority Kcrr important amendments to the public works In a statement issued following the conferences with Bar Randolph reported that i be advised the Governor Uiat he i believes the Senate will act favor I ably and that the Senate version will contain provisions which will be more helpful in meeting West Virginia problems than the House Public Works recom Barron and Stale Com merce Commissioner Hulelt Smith have urged that any public works acceleration leg islation parsed by Congress provide a 90 per cent Federal and 10 per cent stale local government matching Randolph said he inform cd them that the Conlinued on Page Two BY DAVE SHULERS MOTHER of lie Times Staff Dave Shuler on Saturday be came the first Weir High school student to win a West Virginia State Championship title In track Itis in the The headlines their sto The ncclaim Is lor me the Inside story is a little 0 A year ngo there were nn head lines was rejected by a fickle public who believed I hey had a state He made a forlorn picture after a beating in Charleston at the hands of Ter ly There were no He was beaten by 1 His faithful brother Fl o v knew his and scold stcnfnthcr and grand father knew his h n t were Bob Slnrkey knew he had n but only shook his head In disbc i 1 There were no only this remark 1 never knew your body would betray you at a time like 0 llls explanation was enough icine is V Batt said the King i bill would not promote socialized medicine because the government wont own the hospitals or hire the Gruiltshank accused the Ameri can Medical Assoiation of false hoods and He said many dolors no longer accept the economical snake oil of Continued on Page Two was another another from h i s admission came the determination that was a marvel lo The boy grew Into n he had he had set his Heralded prior to the state race as the he set the rggjonals h is f dule thatwoufd have stymied one less strong His family sup ported his Rigid diet became a as were studies of a mans his degree of II was nol to see him run to New Cum Continued on Page Two Breaking the Tape ANOTHER Dave 17year ojcf Weir High school became the first school student to cop a West Virginia Stata Chartipionshlp in the mile run at Laidley Field in Charleston on Coach Bob Starkey awaited his distance man at the tape for his first champion and first state AMA to Televise Objections On Medical Care Issue NEW YORK UPI The American Medical Association AMA was set to slog back to day the Kennedy administra tions Sunday punch on the ho t issue of medical President Kennedy and other top administration officials threw the punch Sunday at giant rallies across nation on behalf of his plan to finance medical care for the aged through the Social Se urity in a speech to persons in New York Citys Madi son Square Garden and a nation wide television went the head of the AMA to ap peal directly to doctors to sup port his program the KingAn derson The bitter opponent of the administration an nounced it would reply to Kenne dy at 8 on a nation televised program your Doctor Reports Issues Statement Leonard AMA said in a statement on Sunday night that giant rallies could not conceal that the ad ministration measure would ce an immediate 17 per cent Payroll tax Increase on workers earning or more and their These taxes would be usedtoptwidejieatth care f o r millions of others financiall to take care of Larson said the administration plan would give the federal gov ernment dangerous power to control medical practice hos The quality of medical care would Hesaid the medical profession Is tor the KerrMills law to help who need able TO MIKE STARVAGGI raZIy troere one of 33 tidd Continued on Page Two the School Termed Great Success Couple Injured Sunday in Crash On Sunset Webster Hopes To Resume Life UPD Robert who re nounced his citizenship in 1959 to live in the Soviet arrived here Sunday night a lit tle confused and tired and hop ing for a reconciliation with his estranged wife and two About 200 people were on hand when Websters plane landed at Greater Pittsburgh The 33 year old plastics technician walked quickly through the air port terminal while n e w s m en asked He admitted he was a little confused and tired and said the first thing he wanted to do was see his father and and Edward Webster of this small community about 25 miles north of Webster immediately left the airport in a laxicab for his par ents When asked about his Webster 1 dont know anything about my I havent heard from Italian Vice Consul To Present Medal Carlo Italian viceconsul of will present the Star of Solidarity medal to Mike Starvaggi at a banquet hi the Weirton Community Center on June it was announced The an n u a 1 fire school of the j United Hancork County Fire held last week at Lock 9 in New was termed a great O Firemen from Weirton com panies 2 and New Cum Chester and Lawrcnccvillc at tended classes In hose masks and ex The climax came Friday and overindulgence of food andj he the at when Police Local Robbery of The Wheeling Asisociation of Credit Management is composed of credit men from business and industry in the tri state area and is presently headed by Harry Credit Manag er of Wheeling Steel stole two dollars from him on Sun day The youth was en route to a grocery A burglar alarm was reported i Manufacturing summoned j ringing at the Williams re j firemen from the school to H a 1 f Police said boys with BB JMoon Addition tohelp corriat the had shattered the New Cumberland and Newj causing the alarm to ell companies were put on a stand j by at Company l station toil QCOl Police STEUBENVILLE A Bloom ingdale couple was hospitalized on Sunday morning following a three car pileup on Sunset Boule 0 Admilted to Johns hos pital were Nancy and Alfred both of 0 Leist was driving west on Sunset Boulevard Tomie of e ast and Harold of 0 Frank of Mingo and Robert of collided in the 500 block of Fifth on Sunday at Wilbur Wellington was the driver listed in an accident on Fifth on The Wesi car struck the parked car owned by the Stale of Dorothy 209 Com mercial was treated for an injury received when she fell down a flight of stairs on Gray received four sutures in a A Steubenville physician presently on active duty with forehead the Army at Fort will deliver the principal address at Uie dedication of Weirtons new Eafrai A youngster complained to Army Reserve Training Center on May lice that an unidentified youth it was annoimced today by Edward Chairman of Uie Dedication Ferrari Sentences Brown to Jail One man drew a jail live persons paid fines and six forfeited bonds in Municipal Court this James 151 Ard more was declared not guilty of an obstructing traffic charge made after nn accident on Kings Creek Road Q Frank 1136 Main pkked up yesterday at his homo on a disorderly conduct war Continued on Page Two Michael of Wclrtonlan Lndgn William Miller Killed in Crash NEW CUMBERLAND edy struck the Miller family of New Cumberland the third time in the last two yeara night when young William Mil RD was killed In an automobile accident about mid OlCUl I Dedication May 26 president said Lctlcrlo will be ac companied lo Weirton by An tonio manager of the Italian Consular Agency in Sinicropi further said that one of the honored guests at the banquet will bo Ruggero Aldi national president of llie or der Italian Sons and Daughters of America and Judge of tilie Court of Common Pleas in TheStar of t h highest medal that Italy c o n fers on citizens of other na will be presented local for his interest In helping pro mole closer lies between the United Stales and Sponsored by the Weirtoni a n the testimonial will start at 7 Sinicropi said tick els are still available for the ban but none will be sold after May Two passengers In the Mary Alice and Karen both of New Cumberlan are to fair answer any other alarms t h a t j Money and personal property i may have come i amounting to were reported i taken from Ihe home of Eugene law Main early yes Young Weirton Pol ice that a fishing tackle box next to nil bed was taken sometime between 9 yesterday while he was The box reportedly contained two diamond two set of cuff links and in biijj and nilvpr There were also personal pap ers In the he O The conclusion of the fire school was a dinner dance last night at the Newell Ame rican Legion home for fire their wives and honored Newell the 1961atten dance prize at the a n d New Cumberland took the attend ance award for this Kondik of Company 1 was chairrnart of the Arch Cohen of Newell Aid Stricken Child Sunday Steubenvilte and Weirton police on Sunday aided in an emergency call toassist a child that was bleeding in the Weirton General The Steubenville police brought a special instrument to the Steuben bridge where the police picked up medical Instrument and hurried it to the local Harlmen said thai commanding officer of the StcubcnvUlu De tachment of the 350th Evacua tlon Hospital of lias accepted an invitation t deliver the dedication address which will highlight dedication Members of the 350th Evacuat ion Hospital unit were recalled to active duty on October during the Berlin crisis and have been training since that time at Fort O Stein entered the Army in 1 MO and a Med Officer in the 82nd Air borne Division until his dis charge in During that Mme he made 17 combat par achute jumps with the 82nd in Holland and France and waft wound e d Continued on Page Two tlon today In the pool City Young Miller was when ha lost control of the oar and plunged over an after went off onto the berni mile off 168 at KwdaHi The car overturned several throwing the boy dear and later rolling on It Liquor Defeat Unit Takes Jab At Centennial Plan UPD Tho Citizens Committee for De feat of tht Liquor has taken issue the suggestion thai West Virginias centennia celebration fext year will fail un less the people ratify the pro posed liquorbythe drink amend How about asked executive secretary Robert Kres It doesnt have liquor by the drink and yet it is the leading tourist The suggestion linking the by thedrink sale to the centennial came from two liquorbyfchedrink presi dent of the West Virginia Reatau rant and Paul Skee executive director of the Mountain State Visitors They suggested Friday that without most hotels and restaurants could not The boya death fe the third tragedy for the Miller family in the lost two fnth was killed in a gocart accl dent November and not long their trailer home was completely destroy ed by He was born Sep tember 1943 in Steuben n son of the late Melvfat IveRoy Miller and Juanlta Ro blnsoti He lived In New Cumberland for the past ifac Besides his be is sur vived by three Patri cia West Christina and Darlene both at home three Larry Ohio Mel vin at home paternal and Rus sell West Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 2 in the Tur ley Funeral Home with Fields of the Christian church offi ciating followed by burial In New Cumberland Friends may call at the Turley Funeral COLi LESTER STEIN i afford to expand Continued on and modernize Page Two Weather and ooder Fair and cool partly in tem with a chance a fw High today tomorrow   

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