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   New Castle News (Newspaper) - September 28, 1928, New Castle, Pennsylvania                               NEWS PHONES 4000 ne Your Items To The Call 4000, VvTJATHER fair and warmer tonight. Saturday cloudy followed by showers. VOLUME XLIX.No. 12 NEW CASTLE, PA., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1928. -3d PAGES, THREE CENTS A COPY 1 VOTE, DON'T TRY TO EXPLAIN, IS WILL'S ADVICE TO WOMEN (Special To The X NEW YORK, Sept. whole campaign, has switched from Hoover and Smith to Mrs. Willebrandt now. I used to think that, no one in tne world could a. poorer speech than some man poli- tician, but af- ter attending both conventions and various dinners and public ajlairs. I have found that any woman politician can make a poorer political speech than man any time they try. I don't know why it is but it just looks like the wrong women arc in politics, lor I have heard other women on other subjects make brilliant speeches. I believe their cause would get further if they would just vote and not try to explain licly why. Yours, WILL, P. Curtis' daugh- ter at Kansas City was the only exception, and I don't think she s in politics. Eugene Anderson Sentenced For Murder Of Allen Hoover Leaders Making Extended Effort To Corral Woman Vote Of Nation Slayer Is Given Limit Of From 10 To 20 Years In Penitentiary By WILLIAM K, HUTGHINSON International News Service Stiff Correspondent WASHINGTON, Sept. -The na- tional drive to corral the American I j feminist vote for Herbert Hoover was j in full swing today with the comple- I tion of an organization to win the votes of business and professional women. The efforts of the Republican na- tional committee to win the support of women in this campaign exceed _. _ _. I anything ever attempted in any pre- Other Sentences Are Passed j vious presidential race. With the cn- Lured To Her Death MURDER OCCURRED AT NEW CASTLE JUNCTION At Session Of Court Held This Forenoon Eugene Anderson, colored, convicted ir> Evidently the school burglars who of murder in the second degree, the slaying of Dile Allen, colored. wa5 sentenced to serve from 10 to 20 years in the Western penitentiary by Judge J. A. Chambers in county court this morning. When asked what he had to say why sentence should not be Anderson stated that there had been no eye witness testified as to the ac- j tual slaying, and he thought his word 1 was as good as that of other wit- j nesses. Anderson had claimed self defense in the trial of the case, j Murdered at New Castle Junction. The murder was committed at a Baltimore Ohio bunk house at New Castle Junction. The two men had been quarreling. Anderson slashed Allen across the throat with a knifs. severing the jugular vein. Anderson claimed that Allen had attacked him with-a poker. O j Anderson fled after the murder but was caught in Cincinnati where he was tried for the murder of "Bad Eye" Miller. He was convicted of murder in the first degree. A second trial 1 was granted at which he was acquit- i ted. At the first trial the fact that he had killed a man in 'Lawrence county was brought out by the com- monwealth. It was upon this evidence that a new trial was granted, the de- fense claiming that it should not have been injected into the trail. Deputy Sheriff William Reynolds tire women's organization under the direction of Mrs. T. Hert. vice I chairman of the committee, separate bureaus were created to win different groups of women. The last of these, for the solicitation of business wom- en's votes, was completed with the naming of state leaders in 16 states. Women .Leaders. These women will carry the Hoover campaign, to women lawyers, physi- cians, teachers, nurses, shop-owners and clerical workers. The state lead- ers Just named included Miss Aman- da Strayer of Steubenvllle, for Ohio; tuonttntKd On Two) Japanese Prince Weds 'Commoner'; Gorgeous Service sent a process to Cincinnati and hod in Western Pennsylvania a! Anderson arrested for the murder of Jew nights since have traveled east.' News dispatches show that the high school at Lancaster was broken into and in cash and in certi- cates of deposit stolen. Suggestion made recently by a Lawrence county grand jury that a new bridge be erected across the Ma- fconing river where the Pittsburgh highway crosses it just outside the j Seventh ward is one that should not Le delayed too long in acting upon. That bridge doesn't appear to Pa Newc to be much suited to the heavy traffic of today. Why can't the road supervisors of Neshannock township put some of the connecting roads between Highland avenue and Wilmington avenue out- side the city in condition? The roacl Itoing from the end of Highland ave- nue to the Wilmington road at Walmo needs attention while the extension ot Hazlecroft avenue from the city line to Wilmington avenue has been en- tirely passed up by the township road makers. (Continual On Two) Move Up Hoover's Date In New York Republican C a n d i d. a t e To Spealc In Madison Square Garden October 13 Setsuko Matsudaira Are Wedded In Tokio Todav BRIDE ATTRACTIVE IN ROYAL ROBES Ancient Custom Broken As Member Of Royal Family Selects Untitled Mate CHANGE IS MADE IN FORMER (International News Service) TOKIO, Sept. Japanase prince took unto himself a "common- er" for a'wife today. Prince Chichi- bu, heir presumptive to the throne of Japan, and Miss Setsuko .Matsu- daira, daughter of Japan's former ambassador to Washington, were united in marriage today. It was the first time since the es- tablishment of hereditary nobility in Japan that a prince of the blood im- perial selected for his bride a daugh- Gardner Builds For Vice Probe In Pittsburgh Oil CityPolice Allegheny County Grand Jury Has Wheels In Motion For Big Clean-Up ELEVEN OF THIRTEEN SACHEMS OF TAMMANY SOCIETY HOLDING PUBLIC OFFICE; DRAW 1 Has Been Solved WILL INVESTIGATE "RACKETEER" DEATHS Claim That Ten Million Collected Annually For Protection (International News Service) PITTSBURGH, Sept. The Allegheny county grand jury's investigation of alleged "protection" of organized crime on the part of Mayor! Charles XL Kline's adminis- tration 'ivas spurred today by Pittsburgh's eer By LAWRENCE SULLIVAN. JnternatlonnJ News Service Staff Correspondent NEW YORK, Sept. Laying the to Tammany Hall, the Republican State Central com- mittee today appealed to the "conscience of the state and the nation to clean house all alon" the line." In the most exhaustive study of T Tammany patronage in the municipal IS affairs of New York city ever pubJish- cd the Republican pamphlet lists 11 of the 13 sachems of the Tammany society with their public offices. The salaries of the sachems from the pub- lic treasury as listed aggregate 000 annually. "For the first time in its history the Democratic party has nominated a Tammany man for the presidency" says the G. O. p, broadside ironically Marries In Paris I Negro Confesses Pleasa-nt- I viHe Bank Robbery And Implicates Cashier its This is first .photo of Mrs erine 38-j New Canaan, Co'riri. divorcee, ivr- i was beaten to death near Spoicai And JM1SS Hotel; lor a five gangsters' guns 'as he stood in fiance.. Police are front of a gasoline station late yes- trying to trace; a .mystery-phone call, terday. which she received "early in the day: 'Meanwhile, the jury had before it (International'Newsreel) (Conttnnoa on rape T-WO) of what happen if Tammany once gets grip on the national treasury." Smith One of Sad ems. Pointing out that Governor Smith i Iib one the sachems or members o cf the board of of Tammany murder ill 30 months. the pamphlet quotes what it charac- FoUowing District Attorney Samuel O0 Par, TWO, H, Gardner's carefully laid plans of building up a strong structure of evi- dence1 with which to confront high political leaders when they face the grand Jury next week, the Jury today wound up Its hearing for the week. prepared to bring its probe to a climax next week. Police believe that gang warfare over "racketeer" privileges brought tbout the death of Antonio Landolino. cut down by a hail of bullets from rtntrrnarlonn1 News STVICCI WASHINGTON. Sept. Hoover today shoved ahead his in- vasion of Gov. Al Smith's home state of New York. The Bepublican nominee will speak in Madison Square Garden, New Weather conditions of the fall have IYork- October 13, instead of Octo- ber 17, as previously planned. He had been scheduled to speak in Carnegie Hall. The change was made to handle a larger audience. Hoover's subject in New York has not been determined. He will return allowed good progress to be made on construction of the municipal golf course on the old poor farm site. It is Indicated that this course will be in good shape for play early next sum- mer. of parents who possessed no title. Matsudalra made a very love- ly bride. She carried out the custom that countless royal Japanese brides had followed. The kimona she wore had been used by royal brides untold generations back. Prince Chichibu also was dressed in an ancient style court kimona, just as liis ancestors were. The ceremony was performed in the kashlkodokoro place of the sanctuary in the impe- rial palace. Union Is Proclaimed Chanting a ritual hymn, the prince informed the sun goddess, the ances- TO U. S. IN AIRPLANE Kansas Editor Returns After European Trip Governor Assails Leaders Of Republicans Speech At St. Paul Is At- tempt To Stir Up Discord In Party Ranks GOES TO MILWAUKEE TO SPEAK SATURDAY PART OF LOOT TAKEN HAS BEEN RECOVERED i j Steel Box Is Found In Seven i Feet Of Water In Oil i Creek i 1 ru r r nation a. i New? Servjrrr 1 Oil, CITY, Pa.. Sept. Diving into seven feet of wat- in Oil creek after an all- night search. Police Chief j William .Martin, assisted by Fire Mai-shall William Reif- ly, today recovered the steel box containing bank notes stolen from the saiV of the i Citizen's Bank of Pleasant- which was robbed early ilast Monday morning. Late last night S3.212 of the stoien money was surrendered to police by Sylvester Watson, negro. ?rho police say, has confessed to the Csshier Implicated Meanwhils Edwin Flick. 25. cashier cf the and implicated in the On Two) Jok s Absolved In Crash Of Autos Will Probably Use Prohibi- tion For Address In Wis- j consin City i (International Nsws Errvlcci PHILADELPHIA Sept. Grover Cleveland Bergdoll, Philadelphia's millionaire draft dodger, will make a trans-Atlantic flight to this country from Germany, it was reported today. Several weeks ago Bergdoll bought E. huge German airplane and the trans-Atlantic flight was given added credence when it was learned that Mrs. Emma Bergdoll, the slacker's mother purchased acres of land in the Northern Pennsylvania wilderness. Although Mrs. Bergdoll explained that she intended establishing a sum- mer colony of her friends it was re- ported she might build a landing field and that Bergdoll will try to i fly there and remain in hiding in the I isolated section. Bergdoll fled from this city to es- cape army, duty after being arrested by government agents following a long search. tral deity of the imperial house of Japan, that he was taking Setsuko Pa Newc had occasion to ride up jto Washington immediately after the Highland avenue last evening shortly j b d u j his bride. Having thus invoked STxfi Ji I tup RpnuhliRan Men and Women s! excnangea cups 01 sacrea wine the side of the car coming up the hill. All went well until the street car passed an automibile which was park- ed without lights. The boy saw it Just AS he ran into it and received a bad spill. Cars corning behind tramped j their brakes and the boy was not j seriously injured but yet shaken up j sufficient to feel it. This is a bad! practice and should be eliminated. j Dumping garbage in vacant lots by I persons is what Pa Newc believes to be a crime of the rankest sort and it i fhould be punished. Along some of j the residential streets of the city where there are vacant lots persons i have dumped barrels and boxes of re- luse and there it remains not only an i eye sore but detrimental to health. The old weed cutting question is, again rife. There are some lots about the Republican Organization. Former Mail Clerk Is Now In Custody, Claim Stole Nrws BUFFALO. N. Y.. Sept. Charged by postal inspectors with the theft of a mail package containing George Aberth, former substi- j tute railway mail clerk, was under arrest here today. j According to inspectors the theft I was committed August 19. last on a train leaving Pittsburgh. 'The I ritual priests chanted wierd hymns, and then their union was proclaimed as "one All foreigners were barred from witnessing the ceremony by religious precepts which say only members of the immediate families and a few! court ritualists and officials eligible to attend. Prince Given Sword Following the ceremony the prince and his bride proceeded to their new dwelling place, a strictly occidental residence resembling an Eng H s h country house. There the wedding! (Contdmioa On Two) Gene Tunney In Auto Accident; No One Is Hurt Tunney Drives Motor Car In- to Juan Les Pins, Trance, And Wrecks It William Allen White, Dynam- ic Kansas Editor And Smith Foe Lands In New York By GEORGE R. HOLMES International Sarvlca Sta'I CorroRTtondoat. ST. PAUL. Minn., Sept. Governor Smith has fed the fires of Republican discord during his 24-hour visit to the politically doubtful state of Minnesota. The Democratic nominee may or may not carry the state in November, no Democrat ever has for president, but even the regular Republicans ad- mit he has made infinitely more dif- ficult the task of the G. O. P. in this The former Ffoulke Smith, the younger set in the national capi- tal, who became the bride of Albert: B. Dewey. Jr., of Chicago, at a faril- liant wedding in Paris. The couple; will tour the old world on their: honeymoon. (Harris and Ewingi i Coroner Will Make No Report Of Near New Kaven 'Sinclair Warehouse is Robbed Of 1 T iNo PRESIDENT'S SON WAS DRIVING CAR l News STVJCCI NEW HAVEN, Ccnn.. 23. i No arrests will be made in the case j of John Coolidge. son of the President state this year. And if the election j ciair Reflnlng company here today. SITVIMI and William Cunningham private CHICAGO, Sept. bandits j chauffeur Of Gov. John H. held up the warehouse of the Sin- whose car yesterday struck a were tomorrow, instead of six weeks; bound and gagged a ]one watchman from now. the Smith managers be- Louis Mueller, and escaped with the REFUSES TO DISCUSS COMING CAMPAIGN lieve they have a fifty-fifty chance or better, of winning Minnesota's twelve electoral votes. The Farmer-Labor party, which first elected Magnus Johnson to the United States senate and then fol- contents of thesafe S4.400. by Will'red Veno. well-k y player, and severely in and his mother. ___ The Coolidge case has been c-Airn 'ir' records as encirelv LALtK 1V1AI A I It-IND dental. The records show that John STATE CONVENTION! Coolidge was driving the Trumbull t car when the accident occurred that o i Should county commissioners agree' w lowed it up with the present Senator i to pay ,K. Ai0k0r -fatro.i.iar. H. Miller Hendrick Shipstead, has fused with j w weiehS i ?he, the "ctias to the the Democratic party wholeheartedly, the Sfm? Ih08plta! P and I This fact, in itself, may not sound so svlvania coherence Cunningham to important, but when coupled with' the 3 4 and s WUKes -tsarre uctooe. J, -i and o., Believing that the Venos had beer i talk OI anytnmgi ..___. v_ ..._______. t. I I ContJzmed On Pas-e Two} Marriage Licenses PLANNING TO MEET MISS POLLY LAUDER (International News Service) NEW YORK, Sept. AI len White came today- prepared to talk of anything, exeent the nresldentlil rnm-viirrn national. In effect, it amounts to the except the presidential campaign. norma] Democratlc vote> the normal As for continuing his attacks on Farmer-Labor vote and the old La- Governor Smith, he said he wasn t j Follette vote all worklrig for Governor VPOrfir ri-i o Vn nrnr- av i t j, i Smith for the presidency. Against this stands the regular Republican organization working for Hoover. j Carried By Ccolidge. This organization was powerful j enough in 1924 to carry the state for j Coolidge by over the combined j Davis-LaFollette vote, but much wa- i ter has run under bridges since that j time. Hence, the Democrats are con- I fident, and the Republicans are cor- respondingly nervous. I Into such a situation. Gov. Smith stepped last night with a speech de- signed rjarticularly for Minnesota con- On Pace Two) ready to Kansas ex- pression whose New York equiva- lent is "take a he has read his mail, talked to his friends and caught up with the news. "I'm in a haze, about the whole on Two) Accident Victim Seriously Injured New Svper- On Another Test Flight Penrja. the city which are grown up so bad- money was being sent to Arnold, ly that a stranger would think there was absolutely no civic pride what- soever. Not only do such plots injure the beauty of the community but they to seed and it makes only more for next year. Today finds the New Castle fair cut on the Harlansburg road doing the last day of its festivities. Thet crowds have been more sparse this j year and little wonder. Weather reg- istered about "freezing" more or less j the grounds and it was colder than That in the Erar.ci stand. Despite this thousands of- determined souls at- londed the fair at least- whether out of curiosity. warm bioodness or interest not know. David Tlno..............New Castle Grace Perrotta........New Castle TALES OF RETURNING AUTO TOURISTS EFFICIENT WORK IN PENNSYLVANIA i highway department, but it is one that is a wonderful service to the Returning tourists who have made I autoi_sts making their first trip over JTJAN LES PINS, France, Sept. 28. Gunney, retired heavyweight campion, who.has been making a tour of Southern France by foot and motor car arrived in this town with a bang. Driving a 40-horse power motor car at sixty miles an hour he whizzed up in front of .the Hotel De Provence, crashing into another E. P. Kanengeiscr, Driver Of Cau- ls Held In Connection With Case New Sidewalks To Be Ordered! automobile that was just leaving the! Castle Hospital authorities as being Mary DeBlack, aged 10, of 903 Moravia street, the little girl injured Thursday, when she either ran' into the- side of the car of Earl P. Kanen- geiser or was struck by the Kanen-i Council today delved into the side- gelser machine as she was running i .walk paving question when they met I across the street with a smaller sis-' ter, was today reported by the New (International News Scrvlcel FRIEDRICHSHAFEN. Ger m any. Sept. new super- dirigibie "Count Zeppelin" ascended today on another trial flight. Although it was not announced be- 1 i fore the start that the new "blue j gas" fuel would be used, cubic i meters of the gas were taken aboard. The huge craft headed eastward to- ward Munich and Vienna. The skies were overcast at the start (Conttnnud On Two) Arthur Mometer courtyard. Both cars were badly damaged, but neither Tunney nor the driver of the other automobile was injured, more seriously hurt that at first thought. Close examination developed the fact that her collarbone is broken and >y the mountains of Pennsylvania, the important highways during the The highest mountain that the past summer, report mountain tops roads cross is an elevation of about dav.and ridses that are crossed on the i3.000 feet according to the signs no- routes are well marked. i ticed by one traveller who recently The elevations on the various ridges returned after crossing the state by D. Roy Bradford and Raymond Duke Merri- arc home. Home aftei travelling more than 3.000 un- der the strain of air derby racing. (Coattauol oo Fftg-e Two) and high peaks that are crossed by the auto tourists are labelled, giving (he names, and the elevations, in sicns that are permanent, and are easily seen and read. It is a little thing for the state two different highways. What did you see on your vaca- tion tour? Write briefly about it to the vacation tour editor, The News. The Irate owner of the other motor thai she sustained Injuries of the car leaped from his' machine and be- j head. Her sister, Anna, escaped with gan gesticulating and emitting French a sprained The former spent at an amazing rate of speed. Tunney not understanding French, stood mutely by while a large crowd be- gan to gather. No one in the crowd recognized the American ex-pugilist, after IS minutes Tunney's patience gave way and he bawled out: "Never mind all that. I am Gene a good night and her speedy recov- ery is anticipated. Mr. Kancngeiser has been charged before Alderman Walter T. Hamilton by Chief of Police C. C. Homer as be- ing under the influence of liquor while operating the car which struck j the little girls. In default of bail, he I in City Hall nance which and passed one ordi- provides for sidewalk construction, and two other bills were introduced. Sidewalks will be laid in Elizabeth between Delaware and Audlcy aven- ues, and the bills introduced by Councilman Reeves provide for side- walks in Thorpe street between Bon- zo and Thorpe streets and also in. North Mercer between Edison, and! Lensurs avenues, and also between! Garfield and Euclid avenues in the; same thoroughfare. i Tunney. How much will it cost j had been placed in the'county jail, That promptly ended all argument., pending the holding of a hearing On j Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock. !j DEATH RECORD Mrs. Dillie B. Sargreont, East Brook. Football Scores For football scores of games Saturday, call 4000, intil 5 o'clock. From 5 until T'clock call 22 or 4024. After call I 75. Scores of the sanies ie posted on The News Bulletin board in front of he office on North Mercer (reel. There's a place I know, u-her? I'd like to go. where drinks arc dispensed I guess. iL-here the barkecp is dressed in some overalls, and the place is the press. In a lean to shack, there's j a luscious stack ot Pippins and North- j Spies, and all o{ them hare es- i caped the fate of being made apple pies. There are drinks and drinks. i that beguile and cheer, and dritiku that I've read about, but sweet cider i Claim, is the drink ot all. when the j chill winds begin to i'.out. A j or maybe a can. and the cider i is ready, say. there's a drink tor a I king or a belted earl, its sixty at noon. I today.   

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