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Weirton Daily Times (Newspaper) - September 19, 1970, Weirton, West Virginia The Weirton daily times the acknowledged Leader in Hancock county in advertising and circulation dedicate tit o its Community 43 77 12 pages West september at Newsstands 10 cents per copy Home delivery 55 cents per week Arab rebels face ultimatum inspect Weirton steel these state and Federal water resources officials visited Weirton to Check Progress of construction of two Large retention basins along Harmon Creek by Weirton primary purpose of the basins is to reinforce control systems protecting the tributary from accidental Oil but they will also improve collection of minute particles of Mill scale and Petroleum contaminants in group includes left to right Larry Wheeling of Federal water Quality administration Edgar chief of the water resources Divi Sion Les assistant Laboratory state water resources division Robert Wheeling few a John engineering Weirton steel Houston director of environmental Weirton steel manager of health National steel William manager of environmental engineering Weirton steel John Industrial waste state water resources and Douglas regional state water resources the company construction department began world on the project in july and one of the basins is expected to be operational by the site is along Harmon Creek South of the employee parking lot on Cove 2 City policemen injured Higgins taken to Marietta Hospital two Weirton police patrolmen were among six persons injured in a two vehicle collision at Friday in on interstate 77 about mile North of the state according to the Ohio state Highway Patty Spence of parkers lost control of her vehicle while travelling South on the interstate her Auto Mobile spun on the Slid broadside and backwards through the medial strip and struck the left Side of the Automo bile operated by Weirton patrol Man James of 132 school patrolman Guzzetta suffered Skull and shoulder injuries and was taken to Marietta memorial where he is reported in poor patrolman Kenneth of 177 Circle a passenger in the Guzzetta received head injuries and is reported in fairly Good condition at Mari Etta also injured seriously and taken to Marietta memorial were three passengers in the Ludey Jean of Edna of and Coran of middles Ludey was cited for excessive Speed for Road she suffered noticeable in according to Highway both automobiles were demolished in the patrolmen Guzzetta and Hig gins were returning Home from Charleston for the weekend at the time of the they had just completed the ninth week of a 12week drug course at Charles club Bond passengers released forfeited Gary Durham of owner of the Jade lounge on route today forfeited a Bond in the court of Squire Thomas Durham was arrested August 9 in a raid staged on the Jade lounge by state police from the Weirton police confiscated 11 full fifths of whisky and seven partially filled Durham was charged with Possession of alcoholic beverages without a liquor 2 arrested at Grid game two youths were arrested by Weirton City police at the Weir High Oak Glen football game Friday arrested on a charge of carrying a concealed weapon was Donald of re new police said the youth was carrying a Caliper teargas police said they had been informed by a citizen who saw the youth with the tear Gas railing posted a Bond pending his appearance before judge Raymond Hinerman on the arrest occurred at an hour later a Send a 15yearold Weirton was arrested by police and charged with having a dangerous a Section of his Case was referred to county probation Allegheny Airliner hijacked to Cuba Philadelphia up a Hijacker carrying a pistol and a homemade bomb forced the Crew of an Allegheny airlines 727 Jet to Fly him to Cuba Early today after releasing 91 passengers a stewardess managed to smuggle a gun aboard the plane during a refuelling the a Young Black pulled a gun on a Steward Ess in mid flight from Pittsburgh to Philadelphia and demanded to go to police he later asked to be taken to the plane took off for Havana at after a 20min Ute refuelling Stop at the Phila Delphia International where the passengers were authorities said it landed in Havana at during the a one of eight Crew men handed a note to a policeman asking could you pass me a gun stewardess handed gun a City Robert said he hoisted another officer on his shoulders and he handed a Caliper service revolver to the stewardess through a Back door of the he said the blonde very pretty and very took the gun in and closed the Baker said he hoped the Crew would not use the gun on the Hijacker to pop him if he should turn Baker perhaps they could use the gun to protect returns with gun Plain clothes men surrounded the plane during two armoured police cars trailed it Down the runway until it lifted off the Arnold Ross of one of the passengers aboard the said the Hijacker refused a drink after Takeoff from Pitts Burgh and went to the mens he returned with a Ross weather mostly sunny and less humid highs in the upper 70s and Low fair sunday highs in the 30 percent Chance of Mon Days Outlook fair and Jordan gives last warning ceasefire pledge made by Hussein in Amman capital by United press International jordanian military governor marshal Habes Almajali today gave palestinian guerrillas battling army troops in his country a two and on half hour ultimatum to surrender or be Amman radio the radio broadcast a state ment by maj Ali at which said this is the last warning to r the broadcast came after Cairo radio reported King Hussein of Jordan had promised the egyptian government he would announce an immediate ceasefire in the civil it was not immediately Clear whether the ultimatum actually was Amman radio said earlier army troops controlled most of the the official Cairo radio said Hussein made the pledge of a ceasefire to Moharem egyptian president Gamal Abdel Nasser special envoy to Battle 3 Days the sem official mid dle East news Agency Mena said Sadek notified Nasser of the Kings bid to end the heavy fighting which has torn across the country for three several previously announced ceasefires Between the two sides have some within jordanian troops used artillery and tanks against the rifles and mortars wielded by the com Mandos in a bid to score a Quick knockout blow against the the commandos said fighting spread to Ajlouny and 31 and 12 Miles North of in Pierre the International red Cross special said a red Cross plane with nine Doc tors and nurses and seven tons of medical supplies would arrive from Nicosia and attempt to land in Amman the Mena dispatch said that president Nasser has received a message from saying that he met King Hussein this morning and that the King promised a ceasefire would take effect and the King would announce it direct communication Between Jordan and the outside world remained Cut but All reports indicated mounting carnage in the countrywide fighting now in its third Many killed the palestinian red Crescent equivalent of the red said hundreds of persons were thousands wounded and Amman had been turned into an inferno by army units firing phosphorous it called on the Arab red Crescent and International red Cross for medical Syria was reported moving turn to Jordan Page 2 Stinson cites gains in steel Cleveland in a message sent to men attending the Iron and steel exposition in Cleve George presi Dent of National steel said that worldwide capital spending by the steel Industry May reach billion in this he noted that the american steel Industry has been virtually rebuilt since and that its Quality of product and productivity All Are radically pointing out that there is no comparable bargain in the world he stressed this must not be allowed to change if steel shall continue to hold its predominant position among Basic Stinson emphasized that a severe economic problem now is faced by american particularly in he urged that an upgrading of our economics be undertaken in conjunction with the technical revolution now attend participating in the dinner of the Hancock democratic executive committee Friday night were left to right judge Ralph Pryor congressman Robert Mollohan John state and Victor assistant to the state attorney and standing Thomas assistant to the Secretary of state Robert democratic state treasurer Mike Hancock county democratic committee chairman Denzil state auditor Dan clerk of the Hancock county circuit and Jess vice chairman of the Hancock democratic executive b52s blast besieging red troops Saigon up High flying b52 bombers dumped More than a Hal million pounds of explosives on communist troops besieging fire base Oreilly in South Vietnam Northwest Cor military spokesmen said they said two Waves of the eight engined jets flew so High they could not be heard by the North vietnamese regulars surrounding the base and dropped at least 270 tons of 500 and 750pound bombs Over the Jungles within four and a half Miles of Oreilly barbed wire perimeter Friday night and Early but Only four fido super Sabre and f4 phantom jets were flown near the base in the 24hour period ending at 6 the spokesmen an element of the South vietnamese 1st infantry division operating about 6 Miles turn to b52s Page 2 by applies for visa Saigon up an aide to vice president and Nguyen Cao by of South Vietnam applied at the american embassy today for visas to permit the couple to travel to the United states in Early officials con completion of the travel formalities appeared to curb speculation that by might change his mind about visiting Washington to address a Marc for Victory rally he has been under considerable pressure to cancel the trip because of the Impact his appearance could have on the Forth coming congressional elections and because it could be unsafe for the rally is sponsored by righting group in support of the Vietnam officials Aid by and his would be travelling with diplomatic passports Al though his trips is considered the keys Are due to arrive in the United states addresses democrats Mollohan attacks increase in crime first District congressman Robert Mollahan d attacked the Rise of increased use of drugs and the economic condition of the nation in a speech Here last night before an attendance of 200 the dinner meeting was held at the knights of Columbus Hall and was sponsored by the Hancock county Democrat executive the affair was at tended by a number of local and state who is seeking reelection delivered the main he noted the Rise of general crime and the increased use of drugs threatens the character of an entire he noted the prison system in the country is in need of change and he considered the present penal system worse than the Tiger cages of unemployment cited Mollahan blamed the in creasing use of drugs by the Young and the increase of crime on the Lack of full he said if one is willing to accept the proposition that some unemployment is necessary then it also must be accepted that crime and drug abuse will he said the attacks on society by the radicals must be stopped and the Only Way this can be done is by steady Law enforcement and the personal support of every rebels in minority he noted the self styled revolutionaries Are Only a Small minority of the the congressman also said the penal system of the nation must be improved and these people rehabilitated in order to take part in a useful and the prison must cease to serve As a training ground for state democratic officials at the dinner meeting were Denzil state auditor and Tom state Tom Winner represented Jay Secretary of state Victor Barone for Chauncey attorney and Robert Burke for Rudy de trap state democratic party who were unable to Michael chairman of the county executive recognized three members of the local party for their work in party affairs by presenting them with they were Mary Alice Thomas and Dick 200register for seventh a season Junior achievement of Weirton swings into its seventh year in the City monday when Ralph program opens the doors to some 200 area teen v the High school juniors and seniors from Oak Glen and Brooke High schools have been invited to be at the a business Center on Pennsylvania Avenue at 10th Street at 7 the teenagers made application to join a at their various schools and were Given the Choice of attending on monday or thurs Day they have been notified As to the Day and room they Are to some 32 Volunteer adult advisers will be on hand to Greet the who have been divided into eight the advisers will assist the teenagers in establishing a Small business which will be in operation until the final week of during the course of the 30 week achievers will learn the basics of How to operate a business As Well As the rudiments of the american free Enterprise Cox announced today that a few openings remain for area teenagers to join a this he said interested who did not Register should report to the a Center office at 7 on either monday or thursday next week to make registration dates slated new correction schedule set in Hancock the deadline for new registrations and corrections of registration records for the 3 general election is county clerk George Konchar announced Konchar has set up a Calendar for registration for the convenience of Hancock Resi the registration is for those who have never been those whose address has been those whose names have been changed by marriage or court those who had been registered but who failed to vote in the last four consecutive count state their names have been removed from the county persons May Register at anytime during the Day at the clerks office in the county courthouse in new in clerks will be posted throughout the county As a convenience to these the schedule Weirton Millsop Community Chester City thurs Newell fire new Cumberland extra county to 8 to 8 and 9 to 6 there Are 39 precincts in Hancock in the May primary there were republicans and 99 a total of since 286 named have been withdrawn because of

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