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   Weirton Daily Times (Newspaper) - November 1, 1974, Weirton, West Virginia                                The Weirton Daily Times The Acknowledged Leader in Hancock County in Advertising and Circulation DedicatatTTo Its Community 47 130 PAGES WEST NOVEMBER 1 ct 13 Copy By Carrier Sixth Stop On Tour KissingerMeets Iran Shah QnQil Problem TEHRAN UPI of State Henry Kissinger arrived here today for crucial oil talks with Shah Mohammed Reza once told the United States that if it shook its finger him for raising oil prices he would shake a finger Kissinger flew to the Iranian capital from Kabul where lie had talks with President Mohammad Daoud during a fourhour stopover on his month long tour of Asia and the Middle In the sixth stop on the Kissinger was met at Mehrabad airport by Foreign minster Abbas RECYCLING AT WEIRTON STEEL A new en deavor in environmental control is represented by Weirton Steel Divisions Acid reclamation Plant nearing completion on Lee Avenue in Photographer Richard Bryan of Weirton Steel URed beakers for a before and after effect to demonstrate how the new plant will recycle waste pickling solutions from the Strip Steel In addition to recovering pickling solutions by the recycling the plant will produce an iron oxide material resembling BB shot from scale suspended in the pickling These pellets may have commercial value or may hi used by the company in Weirton Steels new facility is the first of its kind in the United States and only the second such plant in the Extra Dividend Given EarningsRecord Established By National Steel Armed soldiers guarded the perimeter of the airfield and a helicopter lew Kissinger and his wife lo IheSaadabad Palace for talks with the Kissinger and President Ford have urged the oil producing slates lo roll back oil up 400 per cent from a year ago but have met strong King Faisal promised some slight cuts during Kissingers recent visit lo Saudi Arabia but the Shah of Iran has been Kissinger met with Daoud for talks expected to bolster the independence of a relatively primitive nation located strategically between India and lie The Soviet Union is Afghanis tans major supplier of arms but Daoud is seeking moral sunpnrt from the United Stales to buttress his indepen dence Diplomatic officials said Kiss inger assured the president of Americas interest in the maintenance of a free and in dependent The secretary of state flew to Kabul from Pakis the final stop in a three fencemending lour of the Asian Hie secretary put off a final decision on Pakistans request tor new shipments of modern but Prime Minister Xulfikar Ali Bhutto still said he with the Kissinger and Bhutto nego tiated an agreement for a shipment of about tons of supltis wheat to to help Pakistan meet a persistent Ford Hits Big Spenders Vandalism Reported ByDeputies LOS ANGELES UPI President Ford says the nations voters should throw out the big spenders in Tuesdays elections if some are He sounded that nonpartisan note in the midst of a sixstate tourin which he is campaigning for GOP Ford left his morning schedule free of politics in case he visits former President Richard Nixon at Long Beach Memorial Hospital 20 miles Ford told guests who paid fora drink and for dinner in Los Angeles If you think it is time for a change remember next Tuesday who the big spenders are throw the spenders And if some of them are so be Unity Urged For the first time in his six week stumping for the Ford looked beyond the voting Tuesday and called for persons of all parties to unite and defeat the problems of environment and fo reign But at other his message was He ac cused Democrats of being the chief and sugges ted When you go into the voting booth next Tuesday take with you your latest grocery bill receipt and before you vote take a look at the bottom line Later today he was to fly to and It was clearthat Nixon and the former presidents health had been in Fords mind since before he left Washington A visit to Nixon at the hospital could do Ford and the underdog GOP no noticeable good at the But Ford according to Illinois Charles Percy last week in above all a good a good Before leaving Washington for the first campaign stop of Sioux Ford tried telephoning the Nixon But Nixon and the girls were en route to the Ford said Reaching his Century hotel suite in Los Ford paused before donning a black bow tie for the dinner and dialed Nixon Pat Nixon According to Nessen The President How is Coal Contract Agreement Near WASHINGTON UPI The chief negotiator for the coal companies said Thursday a tentative contract agreement could be reached with the United Mine Workers union by the end of this Ive been optimistic since the Guy Farmer told a news Weve said that time was our biggest He said he negotiators were pretty much in substantial agreement on five main but some items were likely lo remain undecided until the final day of Theres no neat little pack Treason Charged In Athens ATHENS UPI A Greek judicial council today charged former dictator George Papadopoulos and other protagonists of the 1967 military takeover with high an Appeals Court spokesman The spokesman said an of ficial statement on the judges decision to press treason charges would be issued Treason carries a possible death penalty in Papadopoulos and four of his former all of them included in the treason are presently in forced exile on the Aegean island of The government deported them last week for allegedly conspiring to overthrow Papadopoulos denied the con spiracy 14 close associ ates and 35 other officers alleged to have taken part in the April coup which put Greece under military rule for seven were named in a suit filed in September by Athens lawyer Alexandras The suit accused Papadopou los and the others of committing treason by staging the The 80member Appeals Court considered the suit in a twoday closed session before reaching its age there that we can say is all tied up in he Asked if an agreement could be reached this he responded positively and then added Give us the The current cover ing about mines and some 70 per cent of the nations coal expires Fanner and the chairman the Bituminous Coal Operators Nicholas Cami reviewed the status of negotiations with Ford at a White House meeting earlier in the Farmer then briefed the executive board of the BCOA before he returned to the bargaining He said who met earlier this week with UMW president Arnold asked how negotiations were We gave him a Farmer We said we I hough they were going pretty We said we still had some problems but we hoped to get them resolvedin lime lo get it Under the UMW any tentative agreement must be ratified by the entire a process which could take an estimated 10 Without a the miners would walk off the job causing what experts believe could be another severe winter energy Asked if the subject of using tile TailHartley to halt a strike had been raised at the White Farmer Were not even thinking about Tall Were thinking posi tively about getting an Asked if the negotiators might also seek the help of federal Farmer As long as were making the progress we theres no reason to have a third party in Farmer said that both sides had exchanged revisions of proposals on Wednesday and subcommittees still were meet ing the unresolved issues of surface mining prob lems and wage He said that the cost of living proposal by the union was one of those items which may be unresolved until the last the president and Nixon described his condition and she used the word feisty to describe his The President I dont want to push but would il help if I came down there Nixon I cant think of anything that would do him more Outside the while the President hundreds of demonstrators chant ed and drummed on metal fence The placardcarrying protest ers included support ers of farm labor leader Cesar opponents of policy in Cyprus and critics of Fords antiinflation NixonAwaits Visit From President LONG UPI Richard still critically ill reportedly starting a from a long depres was described as alert and feisty and hoping for a bedside visit today from Presi dent 1 cant Hi ink of anything would do him more Pat said when asked if her husband was well enough for a visit by who replaced and pardoned campaigning through Southern California for Republi can spent the night in Los only miles Irom Long Beach Memorial where Nixon lias been mi the critical list since Monday because of complications following uruent Improving Slowly Doctors said Thursday the til yearold former president was improving slowly on a nice stable but may still have some internal Turn To Nixon Page Charleston KrogerPact Submitted UPI Tentative agreement was reached on a Charleston Divi sion Kroger contract but a strike by a Pittsburghbased union against the food store chain appeared headed for a longer Members of Food Store timployes Local 347 were scheduled to vote here Saturday on the tentative agreement that would affect nearly em ployes at 32 stores in southern West southeastern Ohio and eastern The stores were struck by the union The latest agreement was attained in a daylong meeting between union and Kroger representatives with federal mediator LeeSkillman on In negotiators for members of striking Lucal 590 of the Amalgamated Food Employes Union rejected the latest Kroger offer About members of Local 1590 went on strike 30 against Kroger stores in northern West eastern Ohio and western representatives of the Food Store Employes Union and stores continued negotiations in Charleston where a contract expires at midnight The con tract covers BOO employes at 49 P stores in West Virginia and parts of Fifteen cases of vandalism were reported to Weirton police last night during the Halloween observance of Trick or Treat Night held between the hours of li and H Police Chief Andrew Olenick said the vandalisms were in cidents of eggthrowing on vehicles and window overturned garbage caas and ringing door None of the vandalims cases was reported as The incidents occurred mostly on Weirton Heights and Marlami The downtown section of Weirton was relatively Chief Olenick On the other Chief Olenick and Mayor Michael Andochick praised the costumed children who observed the Porch Light policy and the two hour limit for the Halloween The as a were quiet and waited patiently for residents to answer the and all of them politely thanked the residents for their Mayor Andochick Donald chair man of the Public Community Relations Division of Weirton Police reported approximately 75 cars were out on patrol duty last These included the regular police 15 vehicles and volunteers from Radio Watch and 40 private of the Weirton Police No injuries were Most of the younger children were accompanied by Weather Mostly Becoming cloudy and milder on Lows tonight in upper 40s to mid Highs Saturday low U m id Extended outlook Chance of showers Fair and mild Monday and Daytime highs low to mid Night time lows fills Sunday and in Monday and Directors of National Steel todav declared in Pitts burgh an extra dividend of 50 cents per share in addition to its regular quarterly dividend of BZjccnts per payable 13 to stockholders of record At the same its board George announced that the company earned a record or per in the third and or per for the first nine Financial results in the third quarter and first nine months of 1974 reflect improved margins resulting from con tinued highlevel production and shipments as well as prices which bear a more realistic relation to Stinson Now we must expand our capacity to meet strong new levels Stinson at the profit levels of 197072 simply was not If we are to respond to thi nations need for more we must generate the funds to help pay for Sharply higher costs of new equipment pose a major ex pansionplanning he adding In our last we earned S75million in the first nine That would have bought us slightly more than tons of new capacity At todays cost 1974s a ninemonths earnings of will pay only for the same amount of new It is quite apparent our dollars have Shipments of tons set thirdquarter For nine shipments totalled slightly below those of the period of Production of primary totalled Ions in the third quarter tons for the firs nine Each was close to record totals for these Demand To Continue Steel demand will continue strong through Stinson Nationals production and shipments luring the fourth quarter will be curtailed somewhat by blast furnace relines and could be drastically affected by a coal should one develop on Price increases in the second and third quarters were necessitated by our dismal experience with price Slinson From the Arab Leaders Meet In Algiers By United Press International Scores of Arab leaders gathered in Algiers today for independence celebrations and informal talks about Israels adamant refusal to negotiate with the Palestinian Presidents and sheikhs and sultans attended ceremo nies marking the start 20 years ago of Algerias successful war for independence from the Presidents Anwar Sadat of Egypt and Hafez Assad of King Faisal of Saudia Arabia and Palestine Liberation Organization leader Yasser Arafat were among the 100 foreign leaders and delegates at the Diplomatic sources said the leaders would undoubtedly dis cuss issues raised at this weeks summit in which picked the PLO to establish an independent Palestinian state on Jordanian land that Israel might Israeli Prime Minister Yitz hak repeated Thursday night that his govern ment will not negotiate with the PLO if Jordans King Hussein represents the com There will be no negotiations with the terrorist organi Rabin said in Tel There is nothing to speak about with Rabin said Israels refusal to negotiate with guerrillas about the status of the West Bank seized in the 19fr7 Middle East applied even when they are disguised in the costume of Army Chief of Staff Mordechai Gur said after five days of war games on the Golan Heights in Syria that Israel is read to go to war immediately if even with the equipment and materiel that are at our Military sources said Israeli artillery units shelled suspected Arab guerrilla concentrations in southern Lebanon hours after Israeli gunboats bombarded Palestinian targets in the same The General Assembly accepted a request from Arab leaders and set 13 for the start of an historic Palestinian debate in which the PLO will take beginning of controls in to their end on May our increases sub stantially outran our price A sharp catchup was essential if we were to stay in Expansion Cited Two other elements which entered Nationals pricing actions were the continued strong upward movement of its which made a pass through and the need to expand Even at these improved it will be difficult meet our capital Stinson we are because we believe enlarged sources of domestic steel are essential to the future of industry and the consumer in this we are almost half way through a SlOOmillion expansion which will increase our capacity about 10 or more than l million We also are nearing final before on an additional 2 million ton expansion in new steelmaking This purchasing power erosion is the vice of inflation which is being fed by the shortages of basic materials such as Stinson Our contribution to the fight against inflation must be two fold we must expand to eliminate the we must continue to hold down our costs in order to preserve the profit margins without which we cannot ex We are hard at work on each of Sales Records sales totalled For the firs nine they totalled Both were at record Depreciation and depletion charges totalled and for the third quarter and the first nine months Investment credit included in the third quarter results totalled and for the first nine Windows Broken By BB Pellets In 5 Buildings Five vandalism reports in volving BB guns were in vestigated last night by Weirton Gaston Blanc of the Retarded Childrens Council on Elm Street reported that the bus was sprayed with pellets Irom a BB Damage was A postal parked at the Weirton Post Office nn Penco was damaged by pellets fired Irom a BB The right door window of the vehicle was The front display window ai the New City Auto 1H17 Pennsylvania was broken by the Two window of Millsop Elementary School on Marlami Heights were broken last Isaac 101 Bass reported pellets fired from a B B gun broke the picture window at his ParidngLimited Football fans and motorists were reminded by police that parking will be restricted on Virginia Avenue today from 4 to 11 Parking on Virginia Avenue is prohibited during all home football games of Weir High School and Madonna High Kickoff time is today at the Weii Stadium for the Weir High Parkersburg South FORD RACKS President Ford up the hand of Houston Republican candidate for governor of at a plate dinner held yesterday in Los In a speech during the fundraising Ford told the people to throw some of the spenders out during next weeks UPI Floods Damage Texas Buildings Hy United Press International A 12foot wall of water ripped open the courthouse doors in as powerful storms and tornadoes haltered the state for the third straight day wrecking homes and businesses and leaving at least one person A 12foot wall of water came1 down Central Bell County Commissioner Richard Thompson said in It washed a pickup from Killeen In Belton i I5 It hit the doors of the courthouse and ripped them The water was as nights the top of the horse Sheriff Lester Gunn said an unidentified body was discov ered a Moores Crossing near Turn To Floods Page 2 News Briefs Big Pumpkin Stolen On 2 little Laura Phillips smiled proudly in Weirton Daily Times pilolo showing her with 110pound pumpkin which her father Ronald had grown in the back Tin uiant pumpkin was carved a jackolantern by Phillips and displayed on the lawn in the front of the home 907Bright way The whole nciuhbnrhooil admired UN Wednesday between il and the prize pumpkin was Not only but the thieves stole extension cord and a bulb from inside the jacko 3 Shot In North Ireland BELFAST i UPI A gunman packing a doublebarreled shotgun wounded a woman ami two men today in the Roman Catholic area of A third man was shoi in another in cident and bombs exploded in two Armagh Police said the two men and their woman companion were shot Mien a man jumped out of the shadows and emptied a ai them as they walked through iluArdoynn district shortly alter The third man svas injured when gunmen fired several shots al his car when he refused io hall at their Police said of the bombs razed a hardware store in f miles southwest of A second blast caused minor damage to a beauty 2 Steel Executives Sentenced NEW ORLEANS UPI A federal judge handed down 30 day prison terms and fines of Thursday to two steel company executives on charges of violating antitrust laws in connection with the sale ol reinforcing Harry A former assistant manager of Armco Steel was sentenced to U days and s fine while Boudous president of Southern Industrial Steel of New Orleans was given 30 days and District Judge James Comiskey recommended that both be allowed to serve their sentences in federal custody al Eglin Air Force Base in Comiskey earlier bad fined Hie Ceco Porter and Laclwle Sleel each in con nect ion wilh their Charges of conspiring to allocate construction   

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