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   Weirton Daily Times (Newspaper) - July 14, 1962, Weirton, West Virginia                                The Acknowledged Leader in Hancock County in Advertising and Circulation 35 20 12 PAGES SATURDAY VJULY 1962 Home Delivery 42c Pei Week 7c Ability In m Last Tests Maine star scientists hope to learn in lhe next few days whether their orbit switchboard can keep up work hazards of apace Latest success of the tiny moon let came Friday night with the first transatlantic tele phone calls tobe bounced off Tel This weekend technicians at the main sending station here will let the satellite mes sags of its relaying cru cial data on how well is stand ing up the rigors ofradi in The satellite is crammed with instruments to radiation effects which could prove a stumbling block to crea tion of a global space communi cations Scientists here reported they ex pect to find out within several days whether radioactivity at al titudes up to miles is hav ing a dangerous effect on the sat Telstars sensitive electron ic equipment is specially treated to protect against but only the continued circuits ini space can provide clue to whethj er the satellite is The first telephone call was placed about 7 EOT by Eu gene f president of Amer1 lean Telephone Telegraph which developed the Telstar proj calling from his sum mer home at ran into only one problem a on longdistance circuits thaf kept him from making contact with call final ly went through after 10 minutes of trying and from there on i BRIGADE NETS was clear sailing to Paris and London via The telephone company head was greeted by Jacques French communications speaking from The call lasted 20 State Pays til i Property In Beckley Area With Value Of 5 5 5 OPERATING ROOM TO BEAUTY Ann Stevens was bound and determined to compete as Point Pleasant in West Virginias contest for Miss America so here she arriving in Charleston by am Thats lier father helping wheel her Patty Ann had her appendix HOPE TO END SPLIT tion Military Bosses Meet tor Showdown f ByPAULCHWAT United Press International ALGIERS UPI Leaders of Algerias eight mdli district gathered today for a showdown meeting aimed at ending a between Premier Ben Youssef Ben Khedda and dissident Premier Mohammed Ben Delegates to the talks repre Goal oi Band I Is Almost fruitless i I Efforts to raise much needed by the Weir High Varsity Band to attend the Fourth World Music Fes tival at Kerkrade proved almost fruitless last night when a tag day and bucket brigade was conducted throughout Road Official Makes Assertion In Washington By JOSEPH HUTNYAN United Press International WASHINGTON UPI A bu reau of Public Roads official told a Congressional investigating sub committee that West Vir ginia paid almost for land n the Beckley area that was only The House Highways Investi ating Subcommittee is looking nto certain right of way pur chases made by the West Virginia load Frank Wall an appraisal said the money went for eight parcels ot land purchased n 1959 to build a section of W 16 through the Beckley area Jim act Dqpudja Bound To Grand Jury On Murder Count Rudy 342 Heasiett held for murder after the alleged fatal stabbing of He len was b o ir n d over to the November term of the Brooke County grand jury on the murder charge last night although the autopsy finally revealed that the victim actually died of a heart Squire Fonse Sperlazza of Wells who held prelimin a r y said Dopudja was re turned to the county without after the Coroner Booh er testified that the autopsy re port from Weirton General Hospital disclosed that 333 Heasiett died as the result of coronary thrombosis and not from a stab wounds inflicted Do pud Sperlazza sent the He also saidthat testimony was ghten by the victims and by an feye witne s Donna Neither Tu s i n nor the other witness was able to give a motive for the Sper lazza The witnesses gave sufficient he1 show that Continued On Page Two six Algerian the Algeria districts autono the against Israel recognized the Two Cited On Road Violations Two men were cited by Weirton Police for road violations yester George Box RD New was charged with passing on a double line at on Pennsylvania He a citation a Municipl Court hearing Bond was set at George RFD was arrested an expired inspection sticker at 2 yesterday on Pennsyl vania Avenup at 12th His hearing is for Bond required is mous zone and points on French The meeting was expected to swing the balance power to ei ther Ben the onetime or Ben a former French army The two are squabbling over a series of political and doctrinal Mhmid Provisional Government GPRA information declared Friday the next few days will be decisive for the unity of newly independ ent Will Continue Silence I am welleased to know this he but I will continue to say nothing that in any way might hinder the efforts all those working for the countrys maintenance and Yazid also stated a strong gov ernment stand which recently provisional regime and has of fered technical aid to the Alger Palestine js an Arab he YA Israel has taken it a state which we do not The Provisional which is ruling Algeria until after the national said day it had refused an offer of medical supplies and a medical team from a Jewish relief organ Fired Three Commanders The dispute between Ben Bella and Ben Khedda came into the open when the premier fired three commanders of the Nation al Liberation Army on the charges of creating disunity among Ben Bella and his lhe asked for a meeting of the Na tional Council of the Algerian Revolution CNRA which in revolutionary parlia Ben Bella he has majority support in the her Ben Khedda was believed pressing for an enlargement of the There were reports he might attempt to bypass the par the city by the John chairman of the Weir High Band Parents Hol land announced that ap proximately was collect e d in the Last minute dona tions and paid pledges are expect ed to be turned in sometime to The goal for the European tour is Ferguson wishes to take this opportunity to thank all those who have contributed towards this fund and to state organi zation is still its intended Contributions may still be made to the Weir High Band co Weir High School or by calling 2521 or A band parent will be able to pick up the contribu tion at the convenience of the Continued On Page Two liament and convention National Liberation Front FLN representatives loyal to his pro Dies in Pittsburgh Hospital Friday Hilda Virginia wife of Burdell Jim coach at Weir High died at Friday at Francis Hospi al in She had been seriously ill since her admittance to the hospital on July 8 resided at 3732 Marland Heights BornFeb ruary 1914 in she was the daughter late Carl and Virginia She was a graduate of Wellsburg High School and was employed at the Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company in Wellsburg managed by her fa before her marriage in 1940 at Carey was a member of the United Presbyterian church of Well ton and ilia Eastern Star Wellsburg Chap ter Besides her she is sur vived by two Carl a senior at West Liberty State Col lege arid Phillip a sophom ore at Follansbee High Al so surviving is her stepmother Olive Cusick of Friends are being received a the James Funeral Horjie In Fol lansbee fropi 7 to 9 today arid 12 noon to and 7 to Services will be held at Monday in the funeral horn with Ousley Brown officia Interment will be made 3 Oakgrove The Eastern Star will conduct services at 8 Sunday in th funeral Student Draws 15Month Term in Red Court BERLIN UPP Robert Pet Contest Winners a Stanford University slu today received a 15month wison term an East Ger nan court on charges he tried to elp an East Berlin youth escape o the the verdict vith no outward display of His health edu ation instructor and track coach it Los Valley Junior Col and a United States mission observer were present when the erdict was read in an East Ber in Mann received a sentence of 21 months at hard but tin court ruled the six months he has spent in jail since his arrest las January could be subtracted from the The arrested last 22 while on a visit to East Germany rom Stanfords overses campus at West was allowed to talk with his fa t h e r after sentence was a sophomore a was accused of supplying Uwe n East Berlin lock with a foreign an East Berlin lock Manns oneday trial last Wednes received one year suspen ed The prosecutor demanded that Mann foe given 30 months at har of was tried under East Germanys anti refugee law which provides prison terms of ojne to 15 years for help ing Eastern residents flee to the Manns father and mission offi cials Were not permitted to wit ness his sons Western news men also were Mann was not allowed to have a Western lawyer and was de fended by an East Berlin attorney appointed by the He ap peared to be in good ing chairman of the subcommit tee said This is a wide span of differ I shudder to think what the cost to the government would be if this were true throughout th entire road The subcommittee recessed it hearings until 2 EST Mpn day when it will continue looking into i the rightofway purchases connected with 18 in The eight parcels of land re ferred to by Wall were among 34 studied by the subcommittee on a stretch of highway singled out for special The land was from former Raleigh County prosecutor Ned president of Beckley Hardware and former Raleigh County Sberill and H Hopkins farmer auto mobile Both Hopkins and Ward testi fied that the length of construc tion caused them to lose their Ward operated a Continued On Page Two President To Name Successor ToRibicoff HYANNIS UPI back at his acation home with his lanned on an imminent basis oday to name a successor to Ab ham Ribicoff as secretary of education and wellfare The summer White House kepi lose wraps on the identity of Theft Reported At SAC Club An undetermined amount 01 money was taken from the SAC Club early Weirton Po lice The Iheft occurred sometime af ter Details oi the alleged robbery are incom plete as Police are stil Sewage Project Near Completion i m NEW pitesuch obstaclesas race hors property and disgruntled the New Cumberland Works and Sewage improyemehik project is 70 per center Barring any delays early next week the new gallon high on New Heights is to be filled into The tank is Ibcated beyond field ona high Racehorses are keptin Held and the breaking of theJemJe was disturbing to the owner of the The site for the location of the new water tank was donated to the community by Michael Staryaggi of The only cost to community was the surveying of the proper v vy i On Arnold a representative of ths Department of Education and PublicHealth Service was hi New Cumberland tlonsandinspect the the construction of New foerland Sewage Disposal Walker statedthat with i h few City of bereim bursed for part of the The Federal Aid will be 30 per cent on the cost of the construction of the sewage disposal The tptal projec cost after bids were1 received in Noy To the expenditures are fo the construction of tahl and sand SharpsviHe Febrl ember 1001 date out of this amount has bpen The breakdown on expenditures js as follows construction f ceptor sewer Alh B r o sf Construction Company of Wheeling Construction of the iseiyage disposal A Kor the Works Improvements J 00 pumplHouie Nel son Carneronf Water lines extension wit yalves rind AhVlBroth ers Construction Wheeling water1 pum of hi relief valve in Interstate Pump Co Total cost of englneerin fee to the Todd and Also on construction com Cennedys choice but one aide BEST PETS IN SHOW Youngsters at the Beverly Avenue playground yes terday brought along their favorite pets to compete for as did children at the other city left to with their winners are Mark and Mike largest dog Tony most small est and youngest Linda prettiest Leta bestgroomed and Susan SIGNS NEW ACT Jight Sugar Restored by Kennedy WASHINGTON UP The tight controls that have bolstered the price of sugar in the United States were back in force today after nearly two weeks President Kennedy signed the Sugar Control Act renewal Fri The act had lapsed July but it caused no significant change in Sugar sells for nearly three cents a pound moie in the United States than in the world The new retroactive to July increases American grow ers share of the domestic mar Three Attacked By Band Of Negro Youths aid the nominee would be a surprise who has not been nentioned in outside speculation ince Ribicoff formally resigned Thursday to run or the Senate n NBC White House correspond nt Sander Vanocur reported in a midnight broadcast from Hart that Kenney would lame James presient f Antioch College in to RLbicoffs Dixon told UPI later this morning at Xenia that ho has no knowledge Im being consid ered for the post and said he would not know advance whether he would Dixon said he had talked to Vanocur on the telephone al suppertlme Friday and told lim the same Kennedy arrived here Friday night to join his wife andtwo chilren at their borrowed resi dence on Squaw Island in this exclusive Cape Cod He Continued On Page Two ket and pares down the price pre miums which foreign growers have long received for shipping sugar to the United It imposes variable tariffs on imported so the Treasury can get some of the benefit of the difference in price between the and world The Treasury is expected to collect about million a year this On less than half of the foreign ugar consumed in this Continued On Page Two 56 From Hancock Attend WVU Term t West Virginia University Regi trar Everett Long said today ihat 56 Hancock County residents are attending first term ummer session in are 42 studens from Brooke The registrar also along with Virginia ronr 33 other slates and 19 for eign The first term will end and the second term will be g i n July 11 Area Students Make Deans List Eleven Hancock County students are included on the 591 name honors list of Marshall University for the second Of the 591 announced the deans the Universitys dergraduate had a per feet average 159 had aver ages of and from i Included in the list are fol lowing from Howa r d JaniceJtath fFrank P u and Dudley sen all of Chester Joyce Ann William Judith Pe Edward G John R Paul Meredith and Burnetta senior all of STEUBI5NVILLE Three per sons were attacked on College Heights by a band of negro youths who apparently had no their Linda 1452 Park view circle and Garfield told that they were walking on a path that connecs with Stoney Hollow boulevard on the west sideof the housing when the 2 girls and 7 Linda began screaming and Ann Gleo 1452 Parkview came to assist them ami also was Giant of Talent WordStars In Legal Battle LOS ANGELES UPI a giant of the talent world representing such stars as Marlon Burt Lancaster and Jack today starred in its legal battle against the govern ment which charged the firm vi olated k An Iflpage civil antitrust was filed here Friday against the powerful talent agency and pro ducer of filmed television Judge William promptly issued a temporary re straining order to keep MCA from divesting or taking further action to diveststock the next 10 The among seeks to prevent MCA from en forcing contracts negotiated by it self as a talent with itself as a Robert Kennedy signed the It charged the merger of MCA with Decca Universal would restrict competi tion in the The action sought to force MCA out of the talent agency huge firm announced pearlier this week it would dissolve the Continued On Pago Two All hree received minor injur mostly The youths ranged m age from 12 to 18 and the two who wore identified by Miss ar6 to appear In Juvenile at 10 The place wheie they were at tacked is reportedly a hangout for youngsters who go there to Planning Board To Meet TueidayS The CityPlanning Commission will hold its regularmonthly meeting on July at in the city building at which time Michael Cabot WJULbe f present to discuss the Workable rogram and T f I iQf i Weirton City SASKATCHEWAN Striking Doctors Charged With Harassing Others Woodrow S Hoyd Friday night accused striking Saskatchewan doctors of physicians working under Medicare Act and chasing at least one doc tor oatOMhe Socialist who two aJudicial commit tee uldinvestigate feared hnrr doctors i toy the College of Phy sictanrand took offthe kid gloves and accused the medical organisation of ning Pri Gerhardt of Jack out of the province like a N 1 This the worst form of har Lloyd a hews coiv erence a few hours after the53 yearold Beck left for Bieck lad worked July an intern at a hospital and said he left four t Beck told newsmen1 riVal in that Dr George had to leave Saskatchewan before pnightfal Thursday1 under nrres for illegally practicing j medicine in nncct with the Commission at 9 and Cabot will dis cuss further the Workable Pro 1 A special meeting will be in ses sion on July 19 at in order take care of sev eral subdivision plans to be pre This special meeting will DC reserved for the discussion of subdivision plans to be submitted 1 colleges who freely caraV tlie emergency will not enhance Fitrtl Saskatchewans reputation Lloyd On peopla of Continued On Page Two ers   

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