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Weirton Daily Times (Newspaper) - July 5, 1973, Weirton, West Virginia The Weirton Daily Times The Acknowledged Leader in Hancock County in Advertising and Circulation r Its 46 23 28 PAGES WEST VIRGINIA JULY 1973 Single Weekly Copy Madonna High Fund Campaign Reaches The campaign to Madonna High School wont over the top by it WHS announced today by George general and Donald honorary Hie campaign was launched June 17 and ended with a report meeting on Tuesday at the high The chairmen that the final meeting listed contact card leaving still 209 contact cards to bo More To He Raised The committee now hopes to raise more to pay the 20 percent of income from the program back to the parishes for their elementary schools and to pay for the campaign The funds raised for Madonna High School will be used to restore the fiscal stability of Madonna High School and also to make improvements to the physical cultural ac and athletic Workers Praised John principal of Madonna High stated We have exceeded our goal of by This would not be possible if it were not for the time and sacrifice of our This is a real vote of confidence for the ad ministrative staff and the faculty here at A byproduct of this campaign was bringing our people a little closer That was evident at the final The people had been challenged and they responded with great 4 Categories The program was needed for the four following categories Fiscal Hie school had incurred a of at the end of the 197273 fiscal The school board anticipates a deficit of per year over the next three The primary cause of the deficit was attributed to the decrease in enrollment over the past few The school had incurred ti deficit that will be in the amount of at the end of the 197273 fiscal One of the primary causes of the deficit has been the decrease in enrollment in the past few Physical Proposals Submitted 5 Point Peace Plan Proposed By Rogers UPI Secretary of State William declaring that Europes security is indivisible from our proposed a plan for peace today at the European security The proposals which Rogers placed before the meeting of 35 foreign ministers ranged from an exchange of military information between East and West to lowered barriers to paramount a freer flow of both people and information between the two halves of the Rogers stressed the need to outlaw the use or threat of force between He called this the keystone in the arch of a durable The United States has learned from our that Europes security is indivisible from our Rogers told the Our goal should be a continent in which no nation feels a continent open to the free flow of people and No Deals alluding to European fears that Russia and America may make deals behind Europes assured the ministers that the United States and the Soviet Union have a major contribution to make to a secure and cooperative The recent improvement in our relations is helping to bring Europe together The five points ot Rogers plan are as follows elaboration with precision of principles on relations between These the ban ning of force and the in other nations af agreed by all 35 nations but East and West have disputed their exact on exchanging of certain military information and exchanging observers at military of ways to solve disputes between nations which might have the potential for of barriers to trade and cooperation in science and and meaningful ways to facilitate human con the freer dissemination of information and the broadening of cultural and educational Rogers said the United States will have specific proposals But he cited a few concrete ideas freedom for newsmen to work easier and more contact between East and West by members of divided families and young The secretary of state said nations should have the right to change their borders right resisted here by the Communist Another Western minister challenged Russia to move from words to deeds in guaranteeing tne security of Walkout Threatened Over Wages Jet Lands City Union Employes Plan Informational Picketing IN HOLIDAY Grand marshals for yesterdays Independence Day Parade were TOP Chief Andrew CENTER and Sheriff Frank Their chauffer was George The theme of the day was depicted LOWER PHOTO by five youngsters sponsored by the Weirton Heights Volunteer In Colonial dresses are Karen Almond L and April The Colonial soldiers are LR Mark Jerry Shumate and Ron The colonial muzzleloaders are owned by State Gust Steiner 84 Units In Lineup Killed in Holiday Parade Viewed By Parking Lot STEUBENVILLE One traf fic a was reported by city police over the July 4th The victim was identified as Walter of 91 His body was found in a parking lot in the 100 block of 5th Street early Wednesday According to a the man was struck by a late model auto coming through the parking The vehicle did not stop after striking Police said the witness was unable to give them any information on the make or model of the car City police said they were in formed of the fatality at Steiner was born July in son of Lillian Marie Parker of Weirton and the late Walter He was married in New Cumberland to Verna who lie was a member of Westminster Presbyterian Church of the Sherwood Archery Club of Knoxville and Pitts Arcs Model Airplane Club of Steiner served with the Navy in World War 11 and was employed in the Blooming Mill Slab Yard of Weirton Steel Surviving are his wife and mother one Stephen Gladys Bee ol three Herbert Steiner of Walter Steiner of Wheeling and Rodgors of Ohio one Phillip of and seven may call at the Steel and Wolfe Funeral Main I urn To 2 A colorful parade with a wide variety of entries marked the Independence Day celebration in Weirton yesterday under spon of the Mayors Advisory The which started on Main Street at Virginia at 10 was organized under the supervision of Charles chairman of the Mayors Advisory and Mike Sin Grand marshals were Sheriff Frank in tribute to his long record in law enforcement in the field of and Andrew police Chief Olenick served four years as a military policeman in World War II and was Hancock deputy sheriff for li He joined the Weirton Police Department in 1947 when the city was in and became chief in The parade included the bands of Weir Brooke Oak Glen High and the Steubenville American Legion There were a dozen marching units from the Ohio including a legion drill team from Wells Exchange Students Meet The parade gave Cathy Loob of Sweden a chance to say goodbye to Weirton where she has been a Rotary Exchange student for the past She departed later in the day for a plane trip back to Miss rode in the parade Turn To Parade Page 2 An Argentine jetliner hijacked by at least six armed guerrillas demanding payment of for charity landed safely in Cuba today at the end of a whirlwind flight that took it over much of South and Central A Foreign Ministry spokesman in Havana told UPI headquarters in New York by telephone that the Boeing 737 landed at Jose Marti Airport in the Cuban capital shortly before All the occupants are the spokesman He would give no further The originally carry ing 80 passengers and left Panama City earlier today after stops for and food in two other Latin American The hijackers were armed with a sawedoff shotgun and hand Airport officials in Panama City said the guerrillas de manded a life 35 life jackets and The airport said it did not have the boat or life Airport officials said the hijacker or hijackers de manded a life 35 life jackets and fuel in The airport said it did not have the boat or life President Hector Turn To Hijacked Page 2 Informational picketing will begin today by the Weirton Municipal Employes Union after a specially called meeting with Weirton City Council Tuesday afternoon brought no change on councils offered pay hike David attorney for the said a meeting of the union rank and file was held early today to determine a course of action after Tuesdays session failed to increase the union members planned pay Robertson said that several noneconomic issues relating to local working con ditions were in ad dition to the pay raise but that council stood firm on their earlier package of 10 percent pay raises for union Council passed the first reading of a pay ordinance June 28 which provided pay raises of 14 percent for city policemen and 10 percent for other The announced its dissatisfaction with the pay or June and the local firefighters union has also announced its dissatisfaction with the pay Hie Tuesday meeting between the and City Council lasted 2i hours but brought no change in City Councils according to Service To Continue The locations of the in formational picket lines have not been Robertson said only employes will participate in the picket lines and that services will be continued by union members at least until the City Council meeting set for July The union has stated that if council does not amend its pay package during the July 9 when the pay ordinance is slated for its second and final then the union will go on The unions 83 members are employes of the citys sanitary park board and garage To Seek Cambodia Peace Kissinger To Be Sent To Peking Chief Olenick estimated there were people who viewed tne Main Street parade and attended the fireworks display on Weirton Heights in the There were units in the Weirton whose theme was Freedom With Weather Mostly clear tonight and sunny Highs both days in the low tonight around Extended outlook Saturday through Monday Chance of showers or thunder showers Warmer Saturday and continued warm Sunday and The air quality Index reading Unlay is rated Winds are from the west at 3 to 5 miles Tragedy Occurs At Piedmont Youth Drowns In Ohio Lake A Weirton youth drowned Wednesday afternoon in Pied mont near while on a swimming outing with Robert of 314 Avenue died at One of his Frank said Robert was attempting to swim across the which is about 100 yards when he went under about 40 yards from Efforts of his friends to save him were Rico was graduated in 1971 from Madonna High School and served with the He was employed by the Weirton Water Department as a helper on the curb box He was a member of Pauls Roman Catholic Surviving are his and Vita Licause with whom he resided three with the Army at Fort Thomas and both at home three Miss Shirley Ann Rice of Nancy and both at home maternal great Josephine Barber of and the maternal Anthony Licause of Friends may call at the Presley Funeral Home after 7 today and from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 The wake service will be held Friday at in the funeral Mass of Participation will be celebrated Saturday at 10 in Pauls Church with Harold Moore as Burial will follow in Pauls Cemetery ROBERT SAN UPI President Nixon is dispatching Henry Kissinger to Peking Drugs Seized In Vehicle 3 Arrested CHESTER Two Chester men and an 18yearold girl who said she had no permanent address were committed to the Hancock County jail early today and will Ix arraigned before Squire John Herron today on charges of possession of Committed to jail were Frank of 103 Railroad Fred of RD and 1 Ruth The three were taken into custody early by Deputies Thomas Matthews and Timothy Wansack in the rear parking lot of the Red Dog in The Deputies Matthews said they were making a routine patrol of the area at when they spotted a vehicle in the parking with no but in Upon they asked the driver to produce the registration for the which he said was in the glove compartment of the When Bryan opened the glove compartment of the Deputy Wansack saw what was believed to be packages of Turn To Drugs Page 2 again next month apparently to enlist Premier Chou support in a negotiated set of the Cambodian con Diplomatic observers specu lated that Kissinger also may urge Chou to pick up Nixons invitation to visit perhaps this autumn during the United Nations General Assem bly Although the date is not yet sixth trip to the China mainland was being arranged as Nixon prepared to confer Friday at the California White House with Huang Chinas chief diplomat in who last met with Nixon on May a day after he arrived in the United was being flown here today in a presidential Will Review Results The session with Huang was expected to cover the gamut of with the President and Kissinger reviewing the results of the recent summit meeting with Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev to keep Washington diplomacy with the Communist superpowers in The timing of journey to the Chinese capital coincided with Nixons race against an 15 deadline imposed by to halt the bombing of Although he rejected such opportunities in the Kissinger was expected to confer with Prince the exiled Cambodian leader who may be able to rally opposition forces to begin peace negotiations with the Lon Nol
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