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10--' Weirton Daily Times, Saturday, December 26,1970 iif-- Â»itn ivu L/any i iiiitids jaiui ua y / wetciiiwci *w/ i / / w _ ^^^^ ^^ ^^ ^^^ ^^^ -^ Chronology Of Weirton News Developments Of 1970 ^--^ w r, : t DiÂ«rt in thiÂ« ritv's seven ByEMILYHORVAT Times Staff Writer January L -- A baby born, born at 2:18 p.m. today in Weirton General Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. James Norton of New Cumberland won the 1970 New Year's babv title. 7. -- Hancock County Commissioners adopt plan for voting machines. 8. -- Weirton recorded its f irsi traffic fatality with the death of Pete Simich, 22, of 621 Cove Rd., 2.-3S a.m. on County Road. 12. -- Mrs. Pat O'Dea of 130 Park Ave. appointed chairman of the Hancock County March of Dimes. 12. -- Robert E. Mentzcr, president of People's Bank, named to the West Virginia 'University Advisory Board. Â·' 12. -- Irwin (Kit) Carson, .'Â·manager of Product and Market ."Development at Weirton Steel 'Divison, died. 12. -- Ixretta K. Waderker, 26, of Steubenville, was fatally injured in a single car accident on Et. 2, north of Weirton. 12. -- Dr. Myer Bogarad installed as president of the Beth Israel Congregation, succeeding Max Kuntz. 14. -- Two former jockeys at Waterford Park Race Track, bound over to U. S. Grand Jury at ElWns on a charge of alleged influencing of a Perfecto race. They were Gary R. Gillespie of New Cumberland and Charles Clark of Kearneysville, W. Va. 19. -- Coach Carl R. Hamill of Weirton was inducted into the Upper Ohio Valley Snorts Hall of Fame at the Dapper Dan banquet attended by 1,250 persons in Steubenville. 19. -- Mrs. David N. Thomas of Weirton was elected chairman of the West Virgin a Executive Committee of the Regional Medical Program of the U. S. Dept. of Health, Education and Welfare. 21. -- Women's Auxiliary of the Weirton General Hospital donated $25,000 to the facility. 28 Glenn H Fitch 56 executive of Weirton Steel Division, died after becoming ill at work. 29. -- Gov. Arch. A. Moore reaffirms bridge site and outlines plans for Bypass and airport runway at the Weirton Chamber of Commerce dinner. 30. -- Michael Sinicropi elected chairman of Hancock County Democratic Executive Committee, replacing Walter Nogay of Weirton, who resigned to seek a political office. February 5. -- Rotary Club organizes a Community Pride Program to stimulate interest in community growth and civic betterment. !" 7. -- Mrs. Da'-id M.Thomas of Weirton was elected vice-chairman of the Regional Group and chairman of the Executive Committee of W. Va. Regional Medi- 12. -- Common Pleas Court for .Hancock County approved by the State Legislature. 14. -- The contest of election appeal filed by Lou Smoleski was dismissed by Judge Ralph Pryor in the Hancock County Circuit Court. 16. -- The 160-acre Hindman Farm on Weirton Heights was purchased by Victor Barone, James White Sr. and Romie Castelli for 5171,000 for a new residential subdivision. 18. -- The new $125,001) Plaza Theater opened. 19. -- Charles (Chuck) Cronin receives Rotary Club's Man of c?Â«r examination held May 27, 1969. 21. -- Human Rights Commission recommends fulltime juvenile officer for Hancock County. 21. -- Public utility assessments for Hancock County set at $10,598,800for 1970, an increase of $610,900. 23. -- Greater Wcirton Ministerial Association opposes Sunday sales in Weirton. 24. -- The Service Council endorsed a proposal for the incorporation of the Community Chest organization that will operate independently and conduct all phases of Community Chest work. 25. -- County Commissioners accepted a bid of $164,024 from the Shoup Voting Machine Corp. of Nashville, Train, for 80 voting machines. 25. -- Retail Merchants Division and the Chamber of Commerce avoid Sunday Sales stand. 26. -- Dr. Carl L. Schweinfurth. elected president of Rotary Club. 26. -- James S. Shanahan, 60, a founder of Independent Steelworkers Credit Union, died. 27. -- Police Community Relations branch of Police Department was established with Sgt. Donald Mentzer coordinator. 28. -- Patrolman William Hair was promoted to sergeant and named juvenile officer. March 3 \y Warren Kirk appointed "officer in charge" of the Weirton Post Office. He joined the department in 1938. 5. -- Rotary presented its firsl Good Citizen Awards to Sgt. Donald Mentzer and Frank A. Rocchio. 6. -- Glen W.Gould of Weirton, vice-president of Weirton Steel Division, was named president of the Great Lakes Steel Division, succeeding Robert F. Roclofs of Detroit, who was named a vice- president of National Steel Corp. Lord announced his resignation, effective April 11. 10. -- City Council passed an ordinance to raise pay of mayor and Council members, effective July 1, 1971. Salary for mayor was increased from $500 to $3,600 and councilmen from $100 to $1,800 a year. 17. -- City Manager James Lord withdrew his letter of resignation after being assured of a salary increase from 513,464 to $16,000. 18. -- Arch Miller, Jr. of Weirton was promoted to vice- president of operations, Weirton Steel Division. 19. -- Rotary presented its Community Pride improvement Award to the First United Methodist Church. 20. -- John H. Vinante has been named manager of Product and Market Development at Weirton Steel Divison. 24. -- Board of Education adopted budget of $7,038.951 for 1970-71. 24. -- George Buckle of Steubenville promoted to vice president and C. J. Vincent and R. S. Miltenberger to assiistant vice-presidents of Quality Control of Weirton Steel Division. 26. -- Hancock County commissioners adopt budget of $1,012,463 as compared to $907,866 last year. Aprils--Nearly $5,000 was raised during a Radio-Rama for the Weirton Council for Retarded Children and Adults. . 6. -- Carol Arango was chosen Miss Teen-Age Weirton. 7. -- City Council adopted budget of $1,622,235 for 1970-71. 11. -- City officials met with period of "sick calls" unless certification could be presented by their physicians. 14. _ off duty Weirton firemen picket in front of City Building, seeking higher wages. 14. - Pfc Paul E. Salerno received Bronze Star for meritorious achievement in Vietnam. 15. -- Chamber of Commerce offers to assist in study of city wages for employes. 20. -- St. Thomas Episcopla Church on National Steel Road was dedicated by the Rt. Rev. Wilbur C. Campbell, Bishop of the Diocese of West Virginia. 20. -- Judy Marquette, three- year Achiever was judged "Best Salesman" of the Southern Section of the Central Region of Junior Achievement. 21. -- Action on seven requests, including a $100 a month pay increase, was urged by Attorney Martin Bogarad, counsel for Weirton Police in a letter to Mayor Frank Hybka and city officials. 21. -- I.t. Charles H. Padden. 11, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Padden of 3942 Hanlin Way, serving with the U. S. Army Advisory Team in Vietnam, awarded the U. S. Army Bronze Star with V for valor. 21. - Arthur Hebb of 136 Kathleen Way, was elected commander of Panhandle Post of the VFW, succeeding George Munvas. 25. -- Ned Durbin, colonel of Weir High School Varsity Band, was presented the Esprit DeCorps Award. 25. -- Janet Sardelli, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mario Sardelli of 132 Cleveland Rd., was fatally injured in traffic accident in front cadets garaduated from U. S. Military Academy at West Point. They were Tommy J. Boyce, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Boyce of Weirton, and David W. Wagner, son of Mrs. Mary Lou Newburn of New Cumberland. 1. -- Rabbi Dov Edelstein, at Beth Israel Synagogue since 1966, accepted a call at Moses Montefiore Synagogue. 2. -- Judy L. Galloway, daughter .of Mr. and Mrs. William C. Galloway, named to Court of Queen Silvia at Mountain State Forest Festival at Elkins. 3. -- Robert Levine resigned as librarian, and Patty Jersey as assistant librarian of the Mary H. Weir Library. 4. -- 88 seniors recieved diplomas at Madonna High School, and 352 at Weir High. 4. -- Wesley Cain of Wcirton, a truck driver for 29 years, honored for his safety record of 2 million accident free miles at the annual Wst Virginia Motor truck Association Safety Awards Banquet at Charleston. 5. -- Hancock County had the highest per capita income in West Virginia. The income . for 1969 averaged $3,549. 9. -- CityCouncilrejectsBO Tax by 4-2 vote. 9. -- Hancock and Brooke counties gains shown in census report. Hancock gained 2,040 and Brooke 469. 9. -- Donald Hershberger, 35, of Christianburg, Va. was employed as Weir High band director, and Eugene Remenar of Bridgeport, former Weirton resident, as principal of Weir High School. 10. -- Weir High school classes suspended following a disturbance between white and Negro of her home students, a ive students were 27. - Sharon Albert!, 17,! treated at the Weirton General daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph i Hospital. Albert! of 1427 Overlook Dr., was Â»- -B Â° ar[1 of Education acts crowned Miss West Virginia to halt fighting at Weir High preliminary to the Miss USA i School. Ten students were contest ' arrested as classes resumed 29. -- Plans drawn for salt plant in Northern Hancock County by Watkins Salt Co. to cost $9 million. following two days of disorders. 19. -- Four persons were arrested by agents of the Internal Revenue Service on charges of .. ,, fraud in comunction with Per- May 4. -- Gov. Arch A. Moore, Jr., addressing the 15th annual banquet of the Weirtonian Lodge, declared that indecision by Steubenville is holding up plans :or the S9 million traffic bridge across the Ohio River between Â·"ort Steuben bridge and Penn Central bridge. 4. -- Steelmark observance in Upper Ohio Valley opened with banquet in Follansbee and the crowning of Debbi Drasylko of Martins Ferry as Miss Steel- mark. 6. -- Robert F. Sowers of 100 Powers Rd. was elected 52nd commander of Weirton post of ihe American Legion. 8. -- A wage increase amounting to $54,000 for the 180 municipal employes of the City of Weirton was voted for the 1970-71 budget. 9. -- Linda Stakias, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Stakias, was crowned Queen Victoria XXIX during Weir High School May Court festivities. 9. -- Patricia Cool, 21, of Weirton, was fatally injured in a single car accident of Pennsylvania Avenue. 11. -- Ada Diane Wolfarth, student at Bethany College, was crowned Miss Weirton, a preliminary to the Miss America contest. 12. -- Hancock County voters use voting machines for the first time. 12. -- A 13-street improvement program was submitted by City Council. I V t;^mnpl T a n n i n l a plpptpH fecta winnings at Waterford Park Race Track. They were Domenic Gaudio of Foflansbee, Lugi DiFazio of Chester, Max Olson of Waterford Inn and Louis Nissin of Pittsburgh. 22. - Michael Schwartz of RD 1 Weirton was sentenced to life imprisonment and dishonorable discharge on charges of involving civilian deaths in Vietnam. 23. -- City Concil rejected pay hike bill which would have given 180 city employes an across-the- board raise of $28 a month. 26. -- Hancock County received $7,100 Crime Control allocation. 27. -- Sam Bakich, a scarfer in the Steel Works Department of Weirton Steel Division, was elected president of ISU over Richard Mort of the Tin Mill Department. 27. -- Five members of a Colliers Police Lodge family were among nine persons killed in a two-car accident at Middlebourne. They were Elwood Keenan, his wife, Helen, daughter Becky Jo and two sons, Billy and Roger. Only survivor was another son, Timothy. 30. -- City Concil passed new pay bill with 180 city employes to get $28 boost per month. 30. -- Guy T. Little, street department superintendent since 1936, retired. July 1. -- Oliver Johnson, Hancock County Extension agent for 35 : /2 years, retired. 6. -- Ten thousand persons viewed Fourth of July parade. 7. -- Countv commissioners the Year Award. He is manager police to discuss wage increases *"Â· -- --Â·Â·Â·-Â« Â·-Â·'--Â·- ----- ; , , - vVeirton of press relations for Wcirton but no solution was reached as; to the Hancock County Board of ^'TM e TM Cumberland 1 airport to Steel Division. members of the Police Depart- ' cjtmcauon, 19. - Sgt. Milan Vidich loses ment continue to report o f f : W. - James M. Flenniken, appeal to Civil Service Commis- ; "sick." ': executive vice-president of Weir- sion in relation to a promotional ! 14. - Policemen denied pay for : ton Chamber of Commerce, was : p r pÂ«pn(Â»rt "Stpplmark Man of the cost $300,000. 11. -- Weirton Steel Division to install two stream pollution basins along Harmon Creek to -tÂ»^3^^3^^^^j^j^^5E35=s3i=53Â«ssjesS53$jÂ»3Ea:s2jS3H5S Year" award. i reinforce the control systems 2 Â« 16. -- Pamela Tarr, daughter o f ! protecting the tributary from U | i Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Tarr, and Â» II /"""\ 1 1 D O F" /TM\ Pi T i l l TM Â» Donna Sharrow, daughter of Mr. | t~\ \J U |\ O 1 \J K 1 M t Â» and Mrs ' william Sharrow, were a . $ valedictorian and salutatorian, accidental oil spills. 13. -- Army Capt. Charles E. Gilliam, 30, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Gilliam of Weirton, S 8 respectively, of the 1970 ! received his second award of the S Hfl[ i n f l Y IA/FF-K F W H 2 graduating class of Weir High Bronze Star Medal in Vietnam. g | is. _ Col. Walter Gelini, 14. -- City Council leased former Penn-Way Pharmacy " S i commanding officer of Fort Building on Pennsylvania g ' 8 ' Beivoir, Va., died in Walter Reed | Avenue as a City Building Annex. 1 B A Nik*' Â» Â· General Hospital, Washington, 15. - Jack Evans was ad- S O f \ 1 N IV M D.C., from a stroke. He was the vanced from superintendent of g Â»:son of Mrs. Blanche Gelini of | W E D N ES D A Y, D EC. 3 0 | ^ Way and * e late Angel Â° state roads in Hancock County to Hollan of Galveston, Texas. 3. -- Frank A. Latkiewicz, Sr., owner of Davis Realty Co., died. 3. -- Weirton Council for Retarded Children and Adults' burned $21,000 mortgage against old St. Thomas Episcopal Church. 6. -- A total of 32,000 tax statements for real estate and personal property taxes, totaling 55,295,617.04 for 1970 in Hancock County mailed. 7. -- Weirton Steel Division announced palans for a coke plant to be built on Browns Island with facilities for 87 ovens on the 247-acre tract. 10. -- Approxiamtely 20,000 signatures were enclosed with petitions sent to West Virginia senators in behalf of Pvt. Michael Schwartz. 12. Terri Virtue, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Virtue, chosen head majorette of Weir High School Varsity Band. 13. -- Phase 1 of the 1970 Street Lighting Program in the City of Weirton completed. 25. _ New Dunbar-Cove School boundary plan protested to Hancock - County Board of Education by a delegation of 25 white and black persons, alleging discrimination. September 1. -- Plans for construction of a new church to cost $340,000 were announced by Msgr. Sylvester Staud of St. Pauls Catholic Church. 2. -- Capt. Pete Momcilovich of the Weirton Police Department retired after 21 years of service. 3. -- Albert Presley, funeral director and embalmer in Weirton for 23 years, purchased the Schwerha Mortuary from Mrs. Frances Schwerha. 4. -- Sixty-four persons took oath as members of the newly formed Police Auxiliary Reserves. 5. -- The Rev. William A. Reeves, native of Clarksburg, accepted call to Morning Star Baptist Church. 9. -- City Council passed a self-imposed 5-minute gage rule. Action on hazardous duty pay for police officers tabled by Council. 11. -- Legal action against Tri- State Asphalt Co. for alleged faulty hot mix asphalt in Street Improvement Program, recom mended by James Johnson, assistant to city engineer. 12. Operation Block Watchers was organized in Weirton by Weirton Crime Stop Committee. 14. -- Louis F. Cottilli, 55, owner and operator of Cottilli's Market for 23 years, died. 19. _ Two Weirton patrolmen were injured in a traffic accident at Marietta, Ohio. They were James F. Guzzetta, 23, and Kenneth S. Higgins. 21. -- John Bright of Weirton, was elected president of W. Va. State Firemens Association. 22. --"City Council voted to continue the hospitalization and life insurance coverage at a total annual cost of $91,000 compared with $61,000 for last term. 22. -- City Council defers action on hazardous pay proposal of the Police Department. 25. -- Trent J. Ciarrocchi named chairman of the Hancock County Board of Education's Citizens Advisory Committee. 28. -- Signatures for Pvt. Michael Schwarz of West Virginia top 300,000. 29. -- Judge Ralph Pryor denied injunction against Hancock County School Baord for 6 Negroe students who were transferred from Weir High School to the Continuing Educational Program at Weir Junior High School. October 3. -- Donald R. Donell of Weirton named president of Starvaggi Industries, Inc., succeeding Michael Starvaggi. JL Walnut streets. 27. -- $4,000 in cash and check stolen in breaking and entering at the Steel Valley Bowling Lanes. 28. -- Weirton Heights Fire Department voted to purchase a pumper truck for $61,448. 29. -- The First National Bank of Weirton broke ground for a building expansion program costing $100,000. 30. -- Ground was broken for new $42 million plant of the Quaker State Oil Refinery Co. in Congo, near Newell. 31. -- Patrolman Carl H. Thompson arrested in connection with armed robbery at the Post Office in Eldersville and the alleged theft of $50. 31. -- The Weirton Housing Authority accepted the high-rise and low-rise projects for the elderly and low-income families in a deed transfer from Western Pennsylvania National Bank of Pittsburgh to the Housing Authority. November 4. -- Democrats win in Hancock County general election with Miss Callie Tsapis as the first judge of the new Common Pleas Court and Dr. George Naymick as Grant District county commissioner. 6. -- Christmas Club checks in the area district total $1,328,375. 10. -- Marvin D. Mercer advanced to commandant of Last Man's Club of World War I. 10. -- Council advances new ward redistricting plan. 11. -- Mrs. Joseph Young of 140 Bass Dr. was elected president of the Board of Directors of the Christian Center. 13. -- Graduation ceremony held for Weirton Police Reserves with 65 men receiving certificates. 14. - Miss Pearl S. Buck, Nobel Prize Winner, visited Weirton as a guest of the Woman's Club. 16. -- Former Weirton resident and her husband were among the 75 killed in a crash of a Southern Airways DC 9 at Huntington. They were Mrs. Helen Banda Ralsten and her husband, Murrell Ralsten, Jr., both of iungUngton. 18. -- Ex-patrolman Carol R. Thompson of the Weirton Police Department indicted by a federal grand jury in Pittsburgh on a charge of armed robbery at Post Office in Eldersville. 19. -- Thomas A. Sabula appointed WVU Extension agent for Hancock County. 20. -- Gov. Arch A. Moore named Richard Yurko of Weirton as one of 21 delegates to the 1970 White House Conference on Children to be held Dec. 13-18 in Washington. He is son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Yurko of 238 Wayne Ave. 24. -- New City Ward Plan adopted by City Council. 25. -- Grand Marshalls for Christmas parade were Bruce Burrows, 12, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burrows of 3327 East St., and Michael Ceran, 16, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dragan Ceran of 132 Theresa Dr. Both are credited with saving the lives of two persons. 25. -- State Supreme Court of Appeals turned down request of Morgantown Attorney Frank Cleckley for a writ of mandamus against Hancock County Board of Education. Mr. Cleckley represented Negro students at Weir High School. 28. -- Over 1,000 young people and adults, including students from 8 area high schools, participated in the second annual Steubenville-Weirton Hunger Walk. 30. -- Pete S. Visnic, 47, co- owner of Plaza Men's Shop, fatally stricken. 30. -- Over 7,000 residents view Christmas parade, sponsored by the Retail Merchants Division. December 2. -- City police officer shot as theft suspect during looting at the J. B. Jewelers, Weirton Heights Shopping Plaza. Patrolman Thomas Latynski and acom- panion, Sal Marra, of the Weirton Optical Co., arrested on charges of breaking into and entering the jewelry store. 2 -- City Council drafts new 21 Precinct Plan in the city's seven tvards. . ,,, . . 3, _ Three more Weirton policemen arrested, on larceny charges as Police-chief Andrew Dlenick, city detectives and state police investigate cases involving he Police Department. Arrested were Patrolman Wayne Blankenship, Dennis Cain and Robert Ross. 4 'Patrolman James Bond ivas arrested in connection with ne burglary at the J. B. lewelers. 5. _ W. Warren Kirk was appointed postmaster of the Weirton Post Office. He began his career with the postal servicein 1938. 8 --Kenneth L.Forrester, 41, of 51C Central Ave., was ap- lointed Street Department superintendent to suceed Guy Little who retired July 1 after raiding the position 34 years. 9. -- Laura Green, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Green of 3813 Lindberg Way, was appointed editor of the Bethany College newspaper, "The Bethany Tower." 11. - Conspiracy charges have been filed by Cpl. C. E. Kyer of the Wellsburg detachment of the state police, against five men in connection with the break-in at the J. B. Jewlers. Four of them are former police officers, Wayne Blankenship, James Bond, Raymond Ross and Thomas Latynski, and a businessman Sal Marra, all of Weirton. 14. _ Henry E. Paravano oP 110 Jenny Lane, was elected president of the Weirton Steel Employes 25-Year Club. 15. -- Guideline on school disorders put into effect by Board of Education. 15. -- John Curenton, Sr. of 2939 Weir Ave., was elected president of the Community Service Council. 16. -- The life sentence oE Pvt. Michael A. Schwarz was reduced to one year, dishonorable discharge, and forfeiture of all pay and allowances, by Major Gen. Charles F. Widdecke. Cigaret TV Ads End Jan. 1 Tobacco Industry Plans New Type Of Advertising WASHINGTON (UPI) - Cig- aret commercials go off the air in a lavish midnight farewell Jan. 1 but the tobacco industry is using all of its marketing ingenuity to fill the void. Among other new promotions next year, cigaret makers will sponsor auto races, a Canadian golf tournament, a bowling tourney called the Winston-Salem Classic and a series of women's tennis matches dubbed the "Virginia Slims Invitational." Sales, not sporting blood, is the motive. The August issue of Tobacco Reporter, a trade journal, explained it this way: "The advertising has been banned, but not the appearance of the product during the feature programming. Booster Card Sections? '"For instance at a stock car race one or more of the participating vehicles will have a cigaret promotion blurb on its side. In following the race the television cameras will pass fence advertisements while the pit crews and winners will be smoking with the cigaret pack prominently displayed. "Such will hold true for any number of sporting events that appear on television.. The new law bans all radio and television cigaret commercials effective at midnight Jan. 1. But the networks will get a last draught of money from an industry which has provided about year in the United States. The industry, still contending its product has not been proved harmful, hopes smokers will puff on. It cites increased cigaret consumption in England, Italy and other countries where cigaret commercials also are banned. Legal Challenges The law also means U.S. stations no longer will have to carry anti-smoking commercials, which were required to counter the cigaret blurbs. All three networks have said they plan to continue anti-smoking announcements, but fewer are expected. Two court actions could change the situation. In one, owners of six radio stations have asked a federal court to declare the law banning cigaret commercials unconstitutional. A hearing is expected in late January. The other, filed by the cigaret industry, claims that the same "fairness doctrine" which prompted anti-smoking messages should -- in the absence of cigaret commercials -- require prosmoking rnessaÂ§es_ to counter grim televised health warnings. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) disagreed, but the industry has appealed to a federal court. The (226 Million Question With broadcasting turned off, where will that $226 million go? 3. -- Terri Virtue, daughter of 10 percent of television ad- Cigaret men say they will Mr. and Mrs. Ray Virtue, was vertising revenues. crowned Weir High Homecoming Queen and .leanni.e Marino, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Marino of Chester, crowned Oak Glen Homecoming Queen. 6. -- A. ,f. Rouse, assistant to Last Minute Blitz The leathery Marlboro cowboy will ride into the lash sunset over and over again that night. Philip Morris, Inc., Marlboro's maker. Weirton's city manager, named has bought 25 minute of network city manager at Martinsburg, W. television commercial time Jan. Va. 1, including the last three 7. - City Council drafted plan premidnight commercials on the for ward redistricting. Johnny Carson "Tonight" show 10 -- Margie Kasica 17 (NBC), the Merv Griffin show daughter of Mrs. Margareti (CBS) and the Dick Cavett show spend more on billboards, newspapers and magazines, but estimate privately that industry' outlavs for advertising will be cul 50 percent or more.. "We couldn't spend all thai money in print if we wanted to," John T. Landry, Philip Morris group vice president and director of tobacco product marketing, said in a Tobacco Reporter interview. "If tobacco companies put "occupant," and American Tobacco Co.'s plan to name its pipe tobaccos "Pall Mall," "Silva Thin" and "Tareyton," in packages similar to their cigaret namesakes. The law does not affect broadcast advertising of pipe tobacco and cigars. The Sporting Touch The sporting events, Moss said, could put cigaret promotion back on TV despite the law. Auto racing seems to be the leading entry. Liggett Myers Tobacco Co. backed one auto race last year. It plans to sponsor 14 in 19 71, and to enter its own car --the "LM Lola" --in races around the country. Deadline Set On Business Tax CHARLESTON -- State Tax Commissioner Charles H. Haden cautioned West Virginians engaged in a business activity that the deadline for registration without a penalty being imposed under the new Business Franchise Act is Jan. 1, 1971. This new act, passed in February 1970, with an effective date of July 1, 1970, requires "any business whether a person engaged expressly or impliedly holds himself out as engaged in business or supplying his products or a commodity or service to the public as a class or a limited portion of the public or sells any goods, wares, merchandise of any kind or provides a service of any kind" to register and in return receive a business franchise certificate. In other words, anyone engaged in a business activity in West Virginia has to register with the Tax Department under the new law. All businesses previously having a store license, general li- their total budgets into print, Â· cense or cigaret license are sub- highway maintenance supervisor Kasica of 177 Beverly Ave., was i (ABU). magazine would look like Sears, for Hancock, Brooke and Mar- selected Homecoming Queen of Network officials said cigaret R oc buck catalogs." JÂ» -- ,, _ _ _ I A I - I / A t~, M 18 _ The new $310 000 First i shall counties. He was succeeded Madonna High. commercials also will fill many Another restraint is the 3 V l O U TO 4:JU and 6 : o U TO O f. United Methodist Church was in the Hancock position by Gail 12. - John A. Jones was! time outs during the Jan. 1 g o v e r n ment. Congressional S mmmaf^^^^om S: consecrated by Bishop D. Ash. ! honored by Order of Moose when a )? i Frederick Wertz of Charleston. 21. -- Pfc Paul E. Salerno, 20, : a record class of 185 candidates college football bowl games. One sponsors of me broadcast ban minute on the Rose Bowl costs an ! have warne d thev will crack 2 T H U R S D A Y , DEC. 31 Â» ' 10 _ Dedication held at the son of I-ouis A. Salerno of 209, was enrolled into the Weirton advertiser $135,000; on the; down on other typcs of dgaret 2 Â· S ' n c w 100 bed Weirton Con- i Elaine St.. was killed in action in [ O dge. i Orange Bowl, $75,000. Big ad-j advertising, too, if it gets out of 1 9:30 tO 4:30 g ivalescent Center and Nursing | Vietnam. ! 14. -Eighteen members of the vertisers like cigaret com- j ^d . ^d the FTC has served f " ; Home on Pennsylvania Avenue. 27. -- Melanie Baly, 19, Weirton Fire Department were pames pay somewhat less, notice it wi u requu - e a stern " 2 i The new facility cost $1,100,000. i daughter of Mr. and Mrs. awarded $29,092 by City Council i however. % We W / / / Be C/OSSC/ '" '1 - -- W c i r t o n Ministerial Michael Baly, Jr. of Weirton, as compensation for overtime Jj w Association installs Rev. Pelton taken to Montefiore Hospital, W ork performed at various per$ New Year's Eve s F - Vimdm 'Â°- v of the Memonal | ( V t J V V I f U l i t-Vfc? j( Baptist Church as new president. Â» S ! 9 3 -- Debra Marie Tassev, Â· According to the Federal 1 rads Commission, cigaret makers ' Pittsburgh, for injuries received j 0 ds dating to 1967. spent Â» million on teievisior in car accident on Freedom Way. ; H _ Pvt. Michael Edward TM d radio commercials in 1968 28. - Weirton Police Reserves Combs, who was convicted of as- i the most recent year for wlucl health warning in printed cigaret ads unless their volume is held down. Promotion vs. Huckstcrism Cigaret profits have been IS Â» d a u g h t e r of Mr. and Mrs.! organized. sault in connection with a June ' the FTC has figures. They spent healthy despite the health scare, Â« TI n ' 1 n 1 H i Dominic Tassey and John 29. - A Central Business 8 1 H P PPOD PS D3I1K * IHarcharic, son of Mr. and Mrs. District of Wcirton proposed to 3 l i l t 1 C U J J I C O UQUn 2 John Harcharic, selected : include two business malls, and | 3425 Main St. 2 3* 0, Â» Weirton W Va Â« : 20, 1969, riot at Camp Lejeune, N. C., was exonerated. 21. -- West Virginia Human valedictorian and salutatorian, ' City Building complex. Rights Commission holds public respectively, at Madonna High^ 29. - Carl Frankovitch elected [hearing on whether defacto seg- e-hnol chairman of the Hancock County 3 . ^ . i Â· Â· 55 a _ Weir(on council for 'Republican E x e c u t i v e Com- g ^^*Mi^r ""Â·Â·,Â«Â»Â· 3 8 ; Retarded Children and Adults inittce, succeeding Gail Ash. itfjnljf T"S Member F.D.I.C, | M I^^IHI||J|| r ' * I " --- M received a $15,000 grant from the! J. C. Williams Charitable Trust! August $35 million in magazines, *i3;and tobacco companies are ex- million in newspapers and peded to switch some of their $741,000 for billboards. Advertising money into diver- Ae.iinst An 'Epidemic' rogation exists in Hancock Coun- Antismoklng crusaders believe ty schools. the demise of television cif.are 2-!. -- LouisIxrclloJr.,ol'Wcir- advertising will sharply reduce ton was sentenced to 1 to 5 years i in prison by Judge Rabh Pryor Fund Â· ' Â· -- Three persons were killed : on a (.harce of attempted rape | Â·^^Â·Hp ; ' afcti^g \'* T " Â« " 25 -"~ I - ouis A - Fo(lor was ad " ami 10 in J urec! in a Â£our - vehicle j 27. -- Phase 2 of the Street ^^Â·^Â·Illflij (i-1 , : ;t fl^iulli *V * vjinced to commandant oflaccidont on Pennsylvania lijghtinfi Program nt an esti- $ H^^^^Hll'li 1P V ' i Â·^Â·1||B Hy"g-'~rr^* Â§ Wrirton's Last Man's Club o w MHHBHllilll -dliiiMMir ^Â«IiÂ« llWf*o Â«\jk w 2 W F I R T O N ' S B A N K I N G C E N T E R 3 Avenue, causes by n run-away World War II veterans. truck. Fatally injured were 1 Stanley Ilollnn, 40, of 3816 Han in l i m p . \V:tv lik :t-vp:ir nUI nn . TimnW. mated cost of $44,000 was approved by City Council. 27. -- Ground was broken for Ct.ln find m P a u l ? T J r t m a n the number of youths who take up smoking, and make it easier for smokers to quit. They note tliat the Departmen of Health, Education and Welfare's National Advisory Cancer Council reported Dec. that claret smokhw was tli smcauon. Ligaret makers already sell products ranging from Miller High Lite beer and Jim Beam whisky to My-T-Fine pudding and Hawaiian Punch But health agencies and their congressional allies fear the firms will tind new ways to promote cigarets. Sen. Frank E. Moss, D-Utah, warned this month of "unconscionable huck- stcrism running amok within tlie : cigaret industry." Mnss rited mnÂ« mailinr'R fi ject to registration under the franchise law. Some specific examples of businesses and professions included are: Physicians, Dentists, lawyers, engineers, contractors, landlords, barbers, beauticians. repair shops and "moonlighters." "Moonlighters'' must register when the "side" jobs, even of a sporadic nature, result in outside income of at least $1,000 per year. Producer Files $200,000 Suit LOS ANGELES (UPD-Pro- ducer Sid Luft has filed a $200,000 libel suit against singer Mel Torme. Luft, the third oE the late Judy Garland's five husbands. charged that Tonne's recently published book "The Other .Side; of the Rainbow With Judy Garland on the Dawn Patrol'* libeled him falsely, maliciously :md with intent to injure and ( isgrace him. He sought $100,000 actual . . . . . . . . St. Paul.! Roman Â· primary cause of an Â· Â·epidemic ' MOSS ciica mass mailings 01 daimigcs ;ind $100,000 punitire Two Hancock County and (i-year old nephew, Billy ,Catholic Church at Main and , of 60,000 lung cancer deaths a,sample cigarets address to .damages.