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   New Castle News (Newspaper) - August 20, 1928, New Castle, Pennsylvania                               NEWS PHONES 4000 Telephone Your News Items To The Call 4000. NEW CASTLE NEWS WEATHER and warmer tonight. Tues- day shoivers. No. 292 NEW CASTLE, PA, MONDAY, AUGUST.20, 1928'. -20 PAGES THREE CENTS A COPY HASSELL-CRAMER SEEM LOST IN ARCTIC Rogers Discusses Injun Compatriot's Farm Relief Ideas are (Special To The BEVERLY HILLS, Cal, Aug you what ends we will go to for amusement in this country nowadays. They even having notificatlo -re meetings to tell the vice presi- dential candi- dates they have been noininated. In the old days that came in the nature of a warning. I liked my Injun compatriot Curtis' stand on farm relief. He said: "Appoint a congressional committee to study the problem and when they found out about it pass legislation in accord- ance." Now who could have thought of a better way to sidetrack anything than to wait till some congressmen and senators found out anything about it. They don't know anything about it in the first place, is why they are senators and con- gressmen. Yours, WILL. No Word Received From "Rockford" Since Early Sunday Nations Unite In Lookout For Fliers Who Attempted Hop To Stockholm Sweden ILDS 125th Week MAY HAVE LANDED IN UPPER CANADA Rockford Citizens Alarmed Over Possible Plight Of Men Who Carried City's Name SCION OF HANNA FAMILY ELOPES West'Seld jpresb'ytefian .-church, near I the Christian' Indians who were. then i Kansas, .'On Dress Mt. -Jackson. filled -to.'.-capacity at Moravia and r, j' nVx'n Sunday by members I as the Moravian Indians. In 1780-00 Varvrte MHT- f.hsr-.io congregation-arid former members and friends f.or.-' the" Initial service -which marked celebration of .the ;125th anniversary.-of-'the founding, the, church .w.hich: will be celebrated with 'by the' congre- gation'this. 'week. "_.' The .service: wai. known, as :the .'an- the white settlers came', and'the In- dians moved to Ohio. Divine Guidance. .Dr. Kirk bride-emphasized how the hand of God glided the affairs of men and directed the white settlers to or- ganize a place of worship at this place. Music by the choir which sang the niversary; w.bnship "serrtce and -'was anthem "O Sing Unto the Lord a New charge: S.. A.''Kh-kbridV- of New Wilmingt'onV pastor raMarge: of' .the Beaver '.arid Dr. Kirkbride.-'gave 'a.-most'interesting discourse.-'-on tKe "historical back- of the of and''a solo number entitled "The Lord, is My Shepherd" by Cur- ran which'.was 'sung most effectively by Robert Duff of .the Westminster choir'of the First-Presbyterian church Parade As Accepts 'Republican' Nomination INDIES EXULTANT'-' V' OVER HIS CHOICE Senator Simeon D. Tess For- mally -Notifies- Curjis'- Of; Vice Presidential i Choice PA NEWC OBSERVES Pa Newc tathe fes- tival at the St. Vttus-church on.Sat- urday evening. There were thousands there and travelling about was just the next thing to the impossible. That evening ended a celebration that has been going on for a week with the usual fervor and hubbub every eve- ning. R. X. Graham, the Horace Greeley up at Westminster College, dropped in to see Pa Newc Saturday. Graham is Instructor in journalism and writes all of the stories about the little col- lege town. R. X. is but one oJ the many Westminsterlte sages who are returning to the little village. Pa Newc has noticed that the most of the faculty are drifting in and get- ting rested from tours in Europe summer school and what not for the next term which starts September 19 Several more robberies have been in evidence out in the district of Mt Jackson. This makes fourteen in the last three weeks. Residents feel that the night prowlers shouid give them a rest and pick on some other dis- trict for a week or so. Souvenirs were soon exhausted at the new banks on their opening Sat- urday. Pa Newc went in to get one at noon and everything was given out. The great interest in the open- ing of these two beautiful banks was not even anticipated by the banking companies. It was a gala day. Office furniture !s being moved in- to the new administration building (International News Service) HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA, Aug. 20 were flashed to ships at sea early today to keep a lookou' for Bert Hassell and Parker Cramer the two American aviators who be- came lost while attempting a fligh from Canada to Greenland. While the route taken'by the air- men was far north of the regulation steamer lane, small ships ply the wa- ters where the men may have come down. Favorable weather conditions were reported off the coast. Belief is maintained here that the plane was forced to Jand by mechani- cal trouble, but there is no explana- tion of its silence. The last signal from it was received at 3 o'clock Sun- day morning. MOUNT EVANS, Greenland, Aug. was maintained here thru- out the night for Bert Hassell and Parker Cramer, American aviators who hopped off at Rockford, 111, to fly to Sweden.. Weather conditions off the coast were favorable. and it was" assumed that the delay, of the aviators was due On Two) of the city schools now. The new building is a decided improvement over the old. dark offices in the North street building. Dr. C. C. Legion Gathering At Unioniown For Great Convention Uniontown Gaily Bedecked With Flags Awaiting Start Of Legion Sessions FarnrBelt; Republican Nom- inee 'Sldw.ly Advancing PLANS ON PROBLEMS West Pressed' IJp .'Of" DisT Charged' With; Murder Joe Tranq.uilio'.Qrr March" East .Home. v. -r.. K LOS ANGELES TO HAVE PROGRAM PART Thursday Will See Start Of Convention; Not a b 1 e s Will Attend big (International News Service) UNIONTOWN, Aug. parade has started. Uniontown, gaily bedecked in flags and bunting today awaited the van- the army of men, women and children who are expect- ed to participate in some manner in he annual convention of the Penn- ylvania Department of the Ameri- By WIL'LIA'Mt It. HUTCHINSON International.'News. .Service Slaff.- A B-OLoTlf d 0 V.EE- TRAIN; -EN .ROUT.E: TO Aug.' sounded appeal for religious- '.'freedom1 in the. Jieart Catholic -Herbert'" Hoover crossed --Kansas; tpsd-av...en route to .-a-series of-, farm con-' ferenee'.s' -'.in' West Branch-la.: The' Republican ndpiinee. will- reach his birthplace early- 'tomorrow morri- ing, spend the day. .reviewing scenes" familiar to his. boyhood and deliver his first' prepared 'farm' speech' at midnigh't. He' will spend Wednesday and Thursday at Cedar Rap.ids, meet- ing horny-handed sons -of toil and farm leaders' from all'sections of. th'e Middle West. He will resume; his re- turn trip to-Washington late Thurs-. day. _ On his -Journey" through Ari- zona GO. T0 v -IN SEPTEMER, T.OPKKA, .Kas., Aug. ing particularly the problem of .agri- culture, and. referring to-the two. bills Designed to "aid the Charles Curtis, for the office of vice president'of the United States, formally, accepted the nomination of his party here' Satur- day, only two miles from th'e -thatch- ed cabin' Jn- which he was born G3 (years ago.. The ceremony took place on the- steps: of the state capitol building be- fore, a crowd estimated-at More Than Ceremony. Morje' .than- a- political ceremony were fhe exercises at. the 'state capitol. TJiey tooic.'ori.'the-.aspect-of a mid-west- "Old Home lor- all -classes of. people "crowded" the ran' liigh Wherever" h.e -went he w.as' surrounded b's" vast'', crow.ds, wearing: de.corations.' with Cnarl'i'e" sm- blazoned" He''was greeted 1 by ;bancis 'and .choruses .and, "to give :1928, gave himself up to, CtHmty'. w; William G. .Fleming at'. 2 :SO o'clock this fo-havi: oc- curred, of financial af- fairs' in a -lodge.-Mn the argument it ia said'Salerno.pulled a gun, jshot. Tranquillo -and then, f led.-from! the city." 'Since' that time he has -been i -hiding. He-was taken to t'he county jail by Mr.' Fleming.' where a 'formal ch'arge ol murder was preferred against ;hlin. He will be. tried in the September, criminal court. greeted; was .the '.h'pnor''th'ey'feit wij "due -native 'SCR of -'.Kansas'': Cross-Coontry it Record Art Goebel, Dole Hawaiian Flight Winner, Sets Rec- ord For Cross-Country Flight FLIES FROM COAST TO NEW YORK CITY Official Time For Flight Is 18 Hours, 58 Minutes; Expe- riences No' Troubia Descendants of the Marcus A. Hanna, political power and friend 01 the late. President McKlnley. are congratulating his great-grandson, Mark Hanna HI, of Cleveland, and his bride. Catherine Backus Hanna, 19. -Hanna, a reporter on a Cleveland paper, eloped with his fiancee to JPataesville, Cv had. the, ceremony performed and -returned to his job. s Continue At Mt. Jackson "due an Simejo.n.' D, 'Fess .'delivered I'the notification'address.' a.30-iiiiri- besides .-stiessing "-agr-t.- culture-'-h'e .dealp'in'considbrable.lengtl'i of t'h'e: camy .th'e'.fact-! thai, h'c oppose'dHh'e repeal rnent, or. JKe- att. Oppiwies HepesuL "Not only. fcrn'-l' hea-rtiljj in- .faVor -.of enforcing' faithfully', alt-'-of 'our 'laws..-" he. declared; further, iT-am bppos-' ed -.to the the'- i'Bijh .amend- ment. or b.tiher.' 'high. .points' in- --.'his. 'address were the of -th'e-'a'cOys participation, o'f'1 women, in.'' bin' X'A Lowers Critics Before Elected YJ. C. A. tance! Cirls' Sei T., Aug. Goebel, winner of the Dole flight to--Hawaii, arrived here this morning, es- tablishing a new record for a non-stop flight across the con- tinent. Goebel left Los Angeles at i p. m. yesterday (Pacific 'standard and arrived here at a. m. eastern daylight time, making the' long journey in IS hours and 05 minutes. Goebel was accompanied by Harry Tucker. Santa Monica sportsman, ill the plane "Yankee a Lock- heed Vega a Pratt Whitney mo- tor capable of 175 miles an hour. T'he previous record o' 26 hours and 50 minutes was held by Lieuts. Macready and Kelly. Seports of the plane since its de- parture from Los Angeles bad been few, but no anxiety was felt for Goe- be; and Tucker by aviation experts. who expressed absolute confidence in j the Hawaiian flight winner's ability i to succeed. I First FUg-ht Eastward I The flight marked the first 'Expected To Lash Out At I To Succeed Miss Lucille Ham- William .Alien White And Have Flayed Him ilton Girls- Work Sec_ retary About Septem- ber 1 tics' Green has forsaken 'his role as sup- can Aug 23 24 and 25. erintendent of schools during the moving time and is now foreman of the moving and placing of the furni- ture. It will be but a matter of a few days until we will all be back on the same time again. Daylight savings time is all right for those who like it but it does cause a lot of confusion. The system of using it while school was not in session this year was a good one, thinks Pa Newc. To escape the monotone of the city, Pa motored out to picturesque Mc- Connell's Mills on the Slippery Rock creek, Sunday afternoon. There he was confronted by another roving city, constantly moving about enjoying the scenery, water, or what might you suggest? They even as far as from Colorado, tut the majority of the cars carried Ohio, Virginia and While airplanes drone overhead, the huge silvery dirigible Los Angeles Is expected to nose its way through the skies to lend color to the festivities, while Pennsylvania's own veterans parade and make merry, hold friendly fights over new department officers, convention cities, and transact Legion business in general. Reservations for accommodations poured into Unlontown in an ava- j lanche today. While members of the local committees announced they could handle any volume of guests, it was expected that housing facilities frill be taxed to their limit. Every business place and resident in Uniontown is expected to fly the Star Spangled Banner as the Le- gionnaires assemble. The city, and surrounding communities will play host prepared for the frolics, "pa- rades and merry-making which char- acterizes the Legion's annual outing Charged- With Serious Cuf- ting, Is rested Saturday'Eve-" Fifteen Robberies Reported In Three'Weeks; Residents '-'Of pi'stnct" Aroused TO ASK .PERMITS TO' CARRY GUNS Marked Bandits .Apparently Section 'And Aver Nearly One' Per' Night.' For the 15th time in the masked, bandits who have'be-in1 terrorizing the" Mt. Jackson district, broke into a. -hpme there. when! on Saturday night the home- 'of E. Fraser, who resides on 'the farm of! R. H... Wilson near Hickory Creek, was entered and stolen. Entrance was OH-IQ WITHOUT; .EXTRADITION and business sessions. NoiaWes To Attend Distinguished visitors who have sig- nified their intention to be present at Pennsylvania tags. Hundreds were there from pans v.lthin the Key- stone state. McConnell's Mills has created a name for itself and is noted for its grandeur and beauty. The sight one sees is unforgetable! Resi- j this American Legion gala event, are dents of this and nearby Major John A. Lejeune, commander those who wish they were enjoying j of the U. S. Marine Corps; Major the outdoors in the Yellowstone or A. P. Simmons of New York, repre- grand missed something senting the National Security League; if they haven't seen McConnel's Mills.! Brigadier General Edward Martin of j Washington, Pa., state auditor and And while speaking of McCcnnell's j personal representative of Governor Mills. Pa would like to ace! a word j John S. Fisher; Captain John of commendation for the work of Dryton Wainwright, assistant com- in directing the heavy ve- mandant of the Fourth Naval Dls- hicular traffic there Sunday. And say. I trict; Congressman Samuel Kemlall don't think there wasn't any! At one I of Two! Mj-ersdale. and Commandant 'lontUaasd On E. Wanted in Ybungstown for serious- ly wounding. Joe'Marino on August- 9, Frank 'Vaccaro, who" since the al- leged cutting- had been staying in a gained -through -the pantry..window. No-clues we're left. Residents of the district are aroiised over the .depredations, j al- most every night seeing somebody's A iif r T'-- Oiinfaytastlio IN LEXINGTON, KY. Against Collector Of Township Taxes Holds That Old In Vogue In This County Is Not The Law Will'Not Allow Criticism Of I -Legislative Reciord To Enter As Issue In Election f WILL SPEAK 'IN .Miss Grace Lowers of Dubois. Pa., has' accepted the position of Girl's Work Secretary with the Y. W. C. A. formerly held by Miss Lucile Hamil- ton who was married this summer. Miss Lowers and Miss Hamilton were in the same class at Wooster College. After graduation, they went to New York City to take the course in girls work in the National Y. W. eve -of th.e: ceremony at which he will! C. A. Training school. notified of the Democratic Miss Lowers has been with the Y. W. C. A. at Lexington. Ky.. for the past year as the Girl's Work Secre- tary. Her work here will be practi- cally the same as the Y. W. work in By RAYMOND I. BOBST :Internitlonal Nevri Service Stafl' -I1-. Correzpotilient AIJ3ANTY.: N. :'Y., Aug. the Oklahoma gratulatory Message. Curtis flnternatloniil Ncwa Sirvlcn) TOIJEKA, 'Ka'n., -Augf iharJJe Curtis was' .way" to Washington' today' to -open his'.'.cam-- in -the e'ast.. The.-Repub-Hban vice-presidential- nominee'- who; oftiT- cially launched .his" campaign'. here. Saturday with tils acceptance- speech eft for the capital yesterday, Senator Curtis will make his flrst home looted'. Permits to carry (runs c.re eastern address In Providence, R. I.', being talked of and householders, art Croton avenue home with-friends; .was preparing to defend their homes at on Saturday Anight ..arrested In the. any cost, i Croton district, by Detectives C...G, :NO Traci of-.Ttiem. Logan and. Johni-Young'.and Officer Thomas Lynch..' His arrest. on-a war- .Despite the fact that the' burglars 'have- been .skulking through." hot been-apprehended, iEf-' authorities notified --a day Dete6tiye. Thomas-Bowser of tn t-hltfl "n unmiueiiea.. Yoiingstown- p'olic to this'j Tha to ba.ck'.-'to .Ohio without "the cessity of 'obtaining 'extradition pa- pers. Mftrino.-the.victim of Vaccaro's al- leged activities, -ig ;-in' a i.very serious condition'in St: Elizabeth's hospital, YouncEtown.' to: have a; pen- city -who agreed: -challt- f0r foodstuffs and as f.rt ttn hn.rlc.- to .Ohlfi t-.hp V i on Thursday. After this speech .-the senator is -expected to ta-LK.bef ort New' York, Connecticut, Maine 'and Ken- presidential nomination, Governor Al today was expecCed to issue a statenienti denouncing his'critics for him .-as. a foe or good gov- according to the govfer.npf's: confidants, will be a direct answer, Allen White, Kan- sas who "charged that the a member of the state years ago, always voted to. rpvbtect'tbe saloon, gambling and vl'ce.' W.hile the statement may not .mention :DE- John Roach Straton, pas- of Baptist church, New by .-name, friends of the gov- pretlict that." Indirectly it would be'a-complete answer to the charge by the clergynmn -that the nominee i.? "the deadliest-fee in America today to m'oral progress." To Be Bitter Statement. the governor has issued many sharp, statements in the last eight years' in' disputes with Republican jlqaders of the; state legislature, his close' friends expect the forthcoming statement will be one of the most bit- ter that the. executive ever has pen- ned. Thej'-predict that once and for] 'all, Smith will attempt to bury the charge that his legislative record to moral issues, is not what Lexington. Miss Lowers will also have charge of all the Girl Reserve work for the (Coatinaca On Two) Reeves Suggests Law To Curtail Low Air "I believe the city of New In the case of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. use of Former County Treasurer C. Homer against John M .Houk tax collector of Shenago township and R. F. Houk smd Conrad Houk. sureties. Judge HildebrancS handed down an opinion this morning in which judgment is directed to be entered in favor of the plaintiff and against th? defendant for the amount of the claim 5178.58. As tax collector Mr. Houk had fol- lowed an old custom in operation in this counts' for years of charg- ing a commission on the collection of taxes placed In his hands. Former County Treasurer Homer was sur- charged with this commisison by the county auditors and he in turn "went after the collectors. In a lengthy opinion Judge Hildebrand goes into the nets of April. 1851. March. 1S52 and May. 1854 arriving at the con- clusion that the tax collector is not eititled to the commission charged. Arthur Mometer watches-and pt'her jewelry which ha've tqur in been''in the "f dits Th'e home of vKoward Butler jst Me was- among ;tlie .Dum- ber entered, had the .'ice bojc pilfered tucky but th'ese-.appoint- ments are-all. tentative. and wllL'bcjlt .discussed .'by' the national committee I-16 be- when Senator Gurtls arrives Tuesday, j By waiting until a day or so before Tl-ie who was'born In North he formally'accepts the presidential Topeka 68 .years and who. has to reply to White's been a resident'hei'e since, has 'asked governor is said to feel -committee to allow hiin i that .his' defense .of his legislative rec- to close his 'campaign, where he open.-, j {.continued On Fatra TWOI ed Ills'.own pe'cts to spend the -latter, part.or his I -t middle .west, i f of -Kansas and t )te.- t-.i11 n t-.m-v f'ialo_. L. ending it at some part coming to Topeka to vote Among the congratulatory telo- .grams senator'received fol-' lowing his acceptance speech Was one from 3J1DO Oklahoma TnHtn.na DEATH RECORD should have an ordinance prohibit- ing the flight of airplanes below certain said Councilman Reeves when council met In city hall today. Councllmanic colleagues gasped. "What would we do should an air- Thte is the season of the year councilman Burns, adding: politics are in. and it is time "If he went too fast we couldn't do j for orators and spielers: to begin. except to send out 'Pllrsllit; With heated words and gestures 'too. the point with ileaps of pnat, to what they've done and then begin to long distance camera and the num- pan the other side. But do we hti-c plane violate the asked T'was suggested to council that someone cover the airplane with a ber could be caught. Councilrnen settled down to a more sober frame of mind and said that aviation should be encouraged. to hear them talk, or see their little show, ah no my friends iust sit you down, and tune the radio. For all Seth-P. Grim, 71, Volant. Mrs, Edwin McConnick, Pamassns, Pa. There are cities which have laws thev say and all they spiel, the radio pertaining to helghth to which air- j will shout and if we tire of any part deaths in .'larger cities resulting from airplanes Thls is th, and parties have crashing on the roofs of hlg'h build- their say, and radios are busy now, ciuhtu-six today.   

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