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New Castle News (Newspaper) - August 16, 1938, New Castle, Pennsylvania NEWS PHONES 4000 Telephone Your News Hems To Call 4000, NEW CASTLE NEWS WEATHER Probably Local night And FIFTY-EIGHTH 240 NEW AUGUST PAGES THREE CENTS A COPY PICK NINES JURY CAREFULLY Characterizes IPA For Communists Congressman Assails WPA And Relief Agency Be- fore Probe Committee CLAIM RUSSIANS SPEND Old Timers Prepare For Annual Reunion Europe Puzzled As Hitler Calls Aides To Confer Wednesday The Red Letter Day In Cascade Park For Old Timers And Friends PRESIDENT SANKEY READY FOR CROWD Labor Head Offers Evidence To Prove Sit Down Strikes Communistic By WILLIAM S. NEAl International News Correspondent WPA Is a for the communist a. v member of the un- activities charged The Rep. Thomas of New characterized New Deal re- lief headed by trator Harry L. as a dangerous Fry Testifies Rep. statement came 83 John P. high official and spokesman for the American of started his third day's testimony before the offered in evidence purported secret Stalinist documents to show that communists were chiefly re- sponsible lor the creat which paralyzed the bile As Frey took the tional News Service was informed that charges of lavish spending by Russia to Sovietize the United States be submitted to the More than a year in communist money has been poured Into this these charges expected to Sketching communist activities in the United Automobile Workers un- ion Frey said that President OB OBSERVES Tomorrow Is the Red Letter Day of the year for the pioneers of rence when those who have lived here prior to 1861, or are de- of families who lived in the county during that will gather at Cascade park lor the 31st annual reunion and Assembly has been called at the pavilion at 1 so that the Old Timers can get seated and be ready for the opening of the program at Many will take their picnic baskets along and have a picnic lunch in the where tables have been reserved for their use at noon and in the Arrangements have made for them to check their baskets at she grove and lunch can be cured there along picnic plies for those who do not bring them The opening number on the after- program will be a quadrille by the pupils of Croton di- OIL County Health Officer J. Frank has his tomahawk out for persons who are throwing garbage along Mercer street between moore boulevard and He says that they tie their garbage up in drive along Mercer and hurl it It presents an unsightly appearance as as being detrimental to He says that arrests will follow if the practice Is not Health conditions in the county are good at according to Mr. It is not necessary for one to live in a palace to have beautiful On Euclid avenue there is a very modest little ed by Mr. and Samuel which for artistic trimmings and beauty of cannot be surpassed in New The tage attracts attention with i its pretty lattice work ornaments while the lawn is a example of the florists art. The property is on the north side of Euclid a short distance in from the Wilmington road and is well worth a An unusual suit has been filed in Beaver county which calls in tion the responsibility of or corporation's owning swimming A lad by the name of Ralph Pfaller has just sued the Beaver Valley Traction Company for injuries received at a diving tower erected by the company at the Junction swimming He de- clares the accident was caused by the negligence of the traction com- pany in not having rounds on the ladder to the In traveling hither and thither over county going nowhere in but bent only on helping Scully Against For Pittsburgh Golden Tri- angle Business District Look Like News Aug. Cornelius D. Scully today took a. official stand against als to build a flood wall around the business the so-called which is bounded by the Allegheny and rivers as they flow into the In a letter to Lieut. Col. W. E. R. head of the S. engineers the mayor asserted he would not condone any flood plans which did not provide for co-ordination with a water front boulevard and A model section of the proposed flood wall has been ed by the U. S. engineers to give a birds eye view of how a flood wall would Its chief disadvantages appear to be its lack of architectural interference with traffic and traffic and waterfront Improvements anri its tendency to make a sort of of the business Its chief advantage according to the is the protection it would afford the city in the event of an- other The flood wall is being planned to protect the city against a flood of 51.4 feet which Col. Covell wrote the mayor may occur on the average of only once every years cording to the law of probability and perhaps may never The dis- Ray Riddle Is Now Improving Victim Of Attack At Edenburg Farm Saturday h Better Today Two Planes Crash Five Six More Injured Highest Military Leaders Called Into Conference As War Games Start By PIERRE J. News Correspondent Aug. diplo- matic circles speculated excitedly today over the meaning of a con- ference between Chancellor and his highest military and cabinet held only a hours after Der Fuehrer launched the Reich's gigantic war After inaugurating the show of force by reviewing crack troops at Hitler returned to Berlin and conferred with his There was no official ment regarding the nature of their but a few hours later the war ministry declared that the der for calling up reservists will ply to Austria as well as to Germany Austria has a long common dry with where con- apprehension has been aroused by the German military especially In view of the crisis over the Sudeten erman autonomy While officials were reluctant to discuss the conversation Hitler held with his it was learned the major topics were the conduct of the war which began and the visit to Berlin of Admiral Nicholas Hungary's Despite efforts of Nazi officials to calm public uneasiness regarding the Czechoslovakian controversy and the general European situation spread Germany This was re- by a sharp slump on the Improvement was noted today in the condition of W. Raymond of was Navy Officials Seek Cause gored by a mad bull at the farm of his W. late when he attempted to fescue the body of his who had been killed by the enraged animal a few minutes be- Mr. who is county culation for The a broken collar a severe laceration of the thigh and other when the bull attacked German stock market The annual expected to involve some were Barring a speedy recovery from his injuries is an- To Kidnapping Of Society Pair G-Men Capture Two victs Near St. Paul And Obtain Confession Of Two Crashes Near San Cal. WRECKAGE AFFORDS NO CLUES TO CAUSE ONE TRIES THEY MOW HIM DOWN News ST. Aug. eral agents today announced the ar- rest of two who con- fessed the 36-hour of Peggy St. Louis society her Daniel Jr. The men seized late last night are James 21, of and John 23, St. They were captured by a squad of G-men and police a farm nine miles east of near the Canadian about 25 miles north of St. Meredith resisted arrest and was mowed down by the He was taken to the Grand News SAN Aug. United States navy fliers were dead today and six were suffering in- victims of two crashes occurring within the space of a. few The B. T. rank home address H. rank and home ad- dress Mike F. aviation Don Fay third Des Ralph Thomas aviation San Navy officials withheld the names of four of the injured but said that A. A. aviation and O. Chrisinger were seriously McKenzie and Buckmann killed late last night when ft navy bombing patrol plane smashed nose first injo San Diego authorities Pour youths in a rowboat saw the wash and rescued the six and recover the bodies of the two dead Smith and Carter were killed when the plane they were a Douglas torpedo denly went in spin over Camp Kearny at a foot altitude and dove w the A board of inquiry was scheduled to today to de- termine cause of the Navy officials said they were at a loss to understand why the shree men did not use their They also said there appeared to be no clue to the crash In the Nonchalant Hines At Trial Dewey Cautious As He Examines Talesmen Called Task Of Convicting Popular Tammany Leader pears To Be Difficult Nonchalantly lighting a cigarette is James J. Tammany district as he arrives at supreme in New York with his Joseph At the last in the racket Martin was granted a separate No com- ment was made on his condition believed to have been the chief sub- I Couch was lodged in the Grand ject of the Among those in the discussion were Marshal Hermann Wilhelm air General Wilhelm chief of and Walther Von army Scranton Draws Legion Group Local Delegation Is To Attend Annual State Convention This Week BAND TO LEAVE EARLY ON FRIDAY Scranton will be the mecca for B. number of the members of the Perry S. Gaston Post American who will attend the annual state 1936 flood by comparison convention of veterans B ifi 46 On Dally Weather I Report United States weather statistics the 24-hour period ending at 5 o'clock Monday afternoon are as Maximum 92, Minimum 68. No River 4.2 Statistics for the same date a year Maximum 86. Minimum 53, President Leaves Wednesday For His Trip To Canada Will Through And York On Way To Canada Convicts Escape At Texas Prison Aug. 1 and the Castle of News Aug. ident Roosevelt will make a non- stop trip through sylvania and New York tomorrow enroute to two ceremonies in according to an informal itinerary made public today by the White The chief executive will receive degree from College in Thursday In the in company with Canadian Premier McKenzie will dedicate the new eight and a half mile international bridge running between Collins New York and Ivy through the Thousand The presidential special will leave Washington shortly after one o'clock I The working In a hoe tomorrow afternoon and will be slipped behind Guard Greer routed by way o' and rushed stabbing him Emporium and managed to fire his reaching Kingston about nine i gun but he said it was o'clock j f ul U my of the wu bit. which convenes Thursday and closes with the parade on Saturday after- Commander Norman Nelson and District Commander Guy J. Wadlinger left for the scene of the convention and they will be joined by the post's three other Dave Amzi L. and Alex Thomas in time for the opening of the convention The post's cadet national champions of the American Legion in their will lead the local Rapids Gun Robert chief of the men in this said the pair confessed other including a running gun battle with Texas officers between Dallas and Fort Worth several weeks The men were trapped on the farm of Charley law or by the government agents and a squad of police under Glen police chief of Minn. Hendon declared that Couch rendered but Meredith offered resistance and was shot Meredith is separated from his and Hendon said Rotts On Tttt Insurgents Are Pushing Ahead On Two Fronts Report More Than Government Soldiers Cap- tured On Ebro River Front News FRANCO SPANISH Aug. gains on the Catalan and Southern Spanish were Heat Kills Two Hottest August 16 Since 1888 According To Weather Bureau Records News Aug. The thermometer soared anew today ward record-breaking ing .in its wake two deaths directly attributable to the oppressive heat The victims Paul 50, of Rock who collapsed yesterday while at work in the Pittsburgh and West Virginia railroad yards and Joseph who died early today in a. hospital after being taken ill yesterday while at work in the Homestead of Steel A record 38 years old went by the boards yesterday when the mercury climbed up to 93 During the night it dropped to 16 but bright and early this morning it began reaching 80 degrees at eight The weather bureau's record for this August 16, is 93 reached way back in 1888. Said Weather Forecaster W. S. On Tuft Terrorism Blazes Hold Reunion Of Roundheads At Noon Today Famous Old Regiment Re- membered At Reunion In Central Church For The People JAMES P. SANKEY ABLE TO ATTEND A noon banquet and B speaking which continued into the the 73rd reunion of surviving members descendants of members of the 100th veteran which took place today in Central terian White Hall .TO i the reunion j Over BO Attend A group of over 60 enjoyed ner and participated in the program which Like in past the after-dinner speeches turned back the pages of history and re- called again the thrilling experi ences of the Round to the Union cause in the critical Civil war Fred L. Rentz was Prominent on the program was 92-year-old James P. Sankey of Ihe president of the Roundhead reunion who told today's audience of the re- cent North-South reunion on the battlefield of Sankey was active in that historic Sankey HINES AND WEINTRAUB IN SEPARATE TRIALS Former Lawyer For Schultz To Testify For State By EDWIN C. HILL International News Service SLaif Correspondent NEW James J. for more than a quarter of a powerful in the councils of Tammany into the second day of his trial Prosecutor Thomas E. Dewey and his own chief Lloyd P. trying to find a jury that doesn't read the listens to no believes in Santa and that babies are brought by Both Alert Alert as a paid of bloodhounds on the both Dewey and subtly striving for psychological ad- determined that no man inU be accepted who has im- plied in preliminary questioning slightest trail of bias or completely cleaned out the jury box laie yesterday and then surprisingly accepted six jurors in the last The outstanding points of the Hines as It went into its ond are Hines will be aried with Martin trial to follow if ac chac the strategy of both the prosecutions and defense was revealed in the first day's and wearisome quizzing of that Hines ascribes the case against him to political which tie is confident pi that Prosecutor Dewey is equally confident of arriving at a conviction through the testimony of On Mass Meeting Opens Campaign Sales Mean Jobs Crusade To Get Under Way On Night Of August 29 is the Union veteran .Si New York to press the state's case against James J. Tammany Hines is accused as in the numbers Near Jerusalem whose profile was chosen for commemorative halC dollar coined in connection the Gettysburg His old home in New known as The torn clown several years ago after having served us a hotel and again as a Five Roundhead ing of the who with the regiment in On Will in the parade Saturday j ecl by the Insurgent forces of The band will leave the Legion Home at Friday morning in buses and will arrive in Scranton OB Generalissimo Francisco On the Ebro river front in according to a Salamanca the Insurgent advance More than ment soldiers have been captured in the last 48 hours of it was Far to the on the madura the Salamanca an- Insurgent forces reached the banks of the river north of captured Cabeza De and occupied peak Sews Aug. tions to halt terrorism in the Holy j Mrs. o f 1-nT- Visit In Moscow News Bight long-term all classed as escaped from Eastman state prison It was announced by prison officials here A John was stabbed in the abdomen and was rushed to the prison hospital here in a serious Land were Intensified today after six Jews were shot and killed and two Jewish women by Arabs who opened fire from ambush on a bus near British troops killed seven of the Arab gunmen in a bloody battle be- fore the outlaw band fled to the Steamers Report 100 Drowned Many Are Killed More than 500 government were Wiled and BOO taken prisoner in tills it was Messages from claimed the government's air force had shot I than 100 believed to HONG Aug. down 21 Insurgent planes in 24 These planes were it was in two battles In which only one plane was the Insurgents ily raided uid Charles A. Lindbergh are expected in Moscow tomorrow on a the Soviet radio announced The announcement said the couple would come here as tourists and make a few flights while in They also arc expected to attend events during the annual Soviet aviation week which begins A downtown parade and huge mass meeting at Taggart Stadium are be- Attorney Thomas E. jnp planned as opening features of ey is shown arriving sr supreme the National Crusade it was learned This afternoon the date for Lhe parade and stadium rally will ably be officially set for Monday August 29. General Chairman Louis B. Round and his executive and and other committees will meet I during the coming week to go over lull plans for The bration details were being worked out The crusade organization was set up at a rally of business men and public officials The Castleton last To Probe Guffey's Senate Committee Looks Into Letters Funds For Arthur be were killed today when the British steamer col- the German steamer in a at near The tank M of tht DEATH RECORD I August 1C, 1938 j Mrs. Lillian Elder erly Cal. Charles S. Pleasant P. 60, Mrs. Scott L. 32. H. D. 1. 12, Slippery By ARTHUR International News Service Staff Correspondent Aug. Senator Joseph F. of j touring Europe the senate's special investigating committee was looking into his schemes for the Keystone site's Democratic ticket in this fall's In a letter Guffey to hundreds of seeking campaign was under The question raised was whether has sent his appeal to officeholders and whether there was an of ihc corrupt practices act. A vision of the law forbids for public office from federal employes fov campaign Other The headed by tor Sheppard of also had before it charges of in senatorial races in Illinois and South In iti effort to Oa Some lads can pick their they decide to take some 1'mc, to the job fishing and hunt a breeder They trait till August breezes from the nace so talks can't or much and sleep is spent in some bafE When streets are like an oven's and trees are wilting the sun. when it is much too hot to even muck too hot You to know your weather to your spots in just that and know just when ths hot
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