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   New Castle News (Newspaper) - July 21, 1936, New Castle, Pennsylvania                                NEWS PHONES 4000 Telephone Your Hems To The Call 4000. NEW CASTLE NEWS WEATHER Fair Ttmighl Anr! Wednesday; Slightly Warmr.r Wrdnesday. FIFTY-F YEAR No. 229 NEW CASTLE, PA., TUESDAY, JULY 21, 1936. PAGES THREE CENTS A COPY LIBRARY BUILDING AT WESTMINSTER Believe Spanish Revolt Is Nearing Landon Completes His Speech Of Acceptance Most Kissed Girl (Special To The t-'civsj CHICAGO, July nou: a fresh -presidential] T'f'll thr e.ije. Almost any poll appears to in: first news. What do amount to? Probably a lot. I AC untj rate, the xidc luaorcd yets a renewed confi- j dt-ncc and t h e1 DEPENDENT UPON belting odds I On the I hand, the I By WILLIAM K, HUTCHISON laturnntional frown Sorvioo Stall CorroByondont TOPEKA, Kan. July President G-albreath Says Alfred M. Liu-.don favors creation or I a commission of cx- Building' Plans Call For Start In Fall RAISING OF FUNDS tide that the r'orst. of one sets icorl; to diS'1 c'runt and c.-cdit it. There- tire ulso'. ythc individual in-} w h o make a habit of asking casual strangers how thc.y are yontg to Ta.ricab drivers am incut. Frcrm all accounts, there can be hardly a ta.Ticab driver 171 the j land who is not mani; limes a day Westminster Head Believes Funds Necessary Will Be Pledged By September Til Tlip News) NEW WILMINGTON, July 21. College expects to start work on. the New Ralph Gibson McGill Memorial library soon ;ifter school opens If fion can be raised by September 1, according to President R. F. Galbreath. The new library built co I accommodate 750 students, is to be subjected to the inquiries ol his: three-story structure of collegiate as to his political opinions. One wonders whether the people of the country who are veiny so Gothic architecture, made from native Pennsylvania sandstone, to match Browne Hall and Old Main Memorial. A book capacity of constunlly poUcd may not develop; "000 is for the new a sc7isc ol mischief and frame their' to mislead instead of injorm the inveterate searchers straws in the -political ii.-ind, ALICE LONG WORTH. college Confident Of Success Recently sufficient new pledges i have been Jiddcd to the library fund of to guarantee the structure, if Che is subscribed to in pledges or cash within the next six weeks, President Galbreath ex- pressed complete confidence that the funds would be subscribed and the new building started on sched- a nonpar pcrts to conduct a basic study for the purpose- of simplifying and im- proving federal banking laws. This was disclosed today by Rep. John B. HollLstcr, of Cincinnati, ranking; republican member of the house banking and currency com- mittee, after a lengthy conference with the Republican nominee for president, Holllstcr also revealed Governor Landon is deeply concern- Truck Driver Coroner's Jury Finds Amon- dus Krause Not Respon- sible In Death Of Norman Dellelce EYE WITNESSES STATE BOY FELL ed over the Roosevelt administra- tions action in unloading fabulous sums of L'.overnmenc bonds Li feder- al reserve and member banks. Holllster said: "I tun pnrt'iculai'ly interested to talk over with Governor London the matter of n, nonpnrtisan commission of experts on banking to begin as soon us possible a basic study of all of our federal banking laws with n view to '.lieU' simplification and Im- provement. The operation of our na- tional banks of the federa.1 reserve system and of the federal deposit Insurance corporation are closely In- (Continuod on TWO) McNair To Stay In Europe Until After Election Refuses To Vote For Roose Gov. Lan- don Will Carry Penn- sylvania Pass Key In Hotel Room Door May Hold Solution Of Murder] Decisive ule. Since 1027, when fire destroyed Old Main. Ure library has been housed on two floors of the Science building. As soon as the new struc- ture Is added, plans will be made to Increase the number of volumes for student research work. To Complete Q The new library will complete the three-sided quadrangle, taking its between Browne Hall and the City Forester Owen Penficld Fox diligently to make the lawn of the public square a. beauty spot I Science building, facing west. Among .i. I n 11 rlrnH in t n fi early this succeeded! It was a beautiful Job until scorcll- IriK OkJ Sol focused his rays down on Mother Earth and turned most jrroen grass to brown, Now the dia- shu.de approaches the color of sand. And spt-aking dryties-s. many the features to Included in the townsfolk say the Ncslwinc-ck creek water is now at the lowest it has been in years, According to reports, the site for the Landon meeting at West Mid- dlesex, tentatively set for August 21 or -2. wiJl be near the Tuin-O-Shan- polf course, on the New Castlc- Tflckory Corners route, north of west Middlesex. The r.victing will be held In the open, :md as thou- sands will be.- in the crowd, ar. ex- ceptionally large site will be re- quired. Deiir Pa Charles M. Black brought me rnosl iinus'-ial r.ews. He told mi! that the humming birds at the Crawford Hoyt estate wore building a second nest. This information most unusual to me for I believe that of nil the people who are interested In bird life the number chat have watched the humming bird build her nest nrc remarkably few. Tho extraor- dinary U-iir.g about this m-st is that McGill Memorial library ave a com- muters' room for students who drive back and forth to school; a faculty club-room; and a browsing room for students. A faculty alumni committee com- posed of professors Harlovv Osgood, Thomas Manscll, Ross Ellis and H. Ai'ier hearing the testimony in (Intcrr.atlor.al News Service) NEW YORK, July Me Nair. Democratic mayor of Pitts- burgh, will sal! tomorrow night for Europe, not to return1 until alter the presidential election. the circumstances surrounding the "I just couldn't vote for Roosevelt" accident which resulted in the I he explained today, "I'm a Democrat R. has Patton, business manager, been appointed to cooperate with the committees of the Board of Trustees and faculty in making n concentrated drive to complete the fund needed to begin work on the new Westminster unit. it wa.s located in the .sa elm tree facing the east and tile building is donp by the fc-mak- bird and made- of willow floss and clown found on BRITISH SHIPS CAN EVACUATE Americans In Spain Can Take Refuge On British Ships If Necessary death of Norman Dellelce. aged 12, on July 9, after he had been run over by the truck of Amondus Xrause, of Shenungo township, on Cascade boulevard, a coroner's Jury, sitting in the court room of Alder- man Samuel Bassanp. oi South Mill street. Monday evening, exonerated of any blame. The jury which heard the testi- mony was composed of. Anthony Villani, Frank Ross. Charles E. Al- len, Carmen Bltmdo, John R. Big- ler and Robert H. McBurney. John James, of 1112 Wilson av- told of driving along Cascade boulevard on the evening of July 9, about 8 p. m. and of passing a truck. As he neared the truck, he but I'm n Jeffersor.ian Democrat. There was a man who tried ns many communistic and experiments as Roosevtlt. I can't vote for him and bo boniest. So I'll just stay In Europe." Mayor McNalr's primary purpose is going to Europe Is to attend the world tax. conference in London next September when the single tax pro- gram will be discussed. Ho saw -he present Civil War and disorders in Spain and Prance its causing the American people to .swing to the right and lessoning Roosevelt's chances for re-election. "The American voters reiul about what is going on :r. Europe and be- come more he ei> statcd that the right rear side of plulncd. "After the French Rcvolu- v the truck seemed to bounce, as though it had run over something. After the truck passed, he saw a boy lying in the road, he said. He got out and went to him. The boy was bleeding about the head, and he 1 doncics." tion England went conservative The American voters win follow the les-sons of history. They will demand ;ui orderly, constitutional, conserva- tive government with no radical tcn- Hollywood actress, Is resting up from the "or- deal" of a kissing test Cor a new movie in which she received -J78 kisses from Francis X. Shields, for- mer tennis champ, and two other men, The kissing test lasted nearly a whole day. (Central Press.) By JAMES L. KILGALLEN IntcrnjitJ.onn.1 Newtf Sorvlco Staff N. C., July Who left, the pass key In the floor of Room 22-1 ill fashionable Battery hotel the night Helen pretty 18-year- old honor student oC New York university, was attacked and slain? The police were striving today to find the answer to this question. The key was found by Deputy Sher- iff. Thomas K. Brown shortly after Southwest Badly In Need Of Rain Southwest Citizens Hope To Get Some Of Rain And Cooler Weather he went to the room, where the' body ol the girl, clad in green silk pajamas, was found last Thursday Government Despatches Murdered During Storm She had been mysteriously mur- dered about 1 a. m.. during the height of an electrical storm. Her issailant had stabbed her about the face with a sharp Instrument and shot her once through the lefi. with a bullet. The body was found seven hours !aicr. Loyal Forces To Meet Rebel Armies At Key Points Three persons were Oa stiJl being Twol Six Young Men Are Culvert Crasli Six Mechanicsburg, Pa., Boys Injured In Crash. Near MeadviUe, Pa. picked him up and took him to the hospital. He was in nil unconscious condition and never revived. Companions Testify Orlando Columbo, aged 10, of 1917 Hamilton street; Steve Shab- ala, aged 12, of 1813 Pennsylvania avenue, and Saad Spott, 14. of 1314 Hamilton street, companions of Norman on the evening he was run over, all told the 'stone story. They said they had just come from witnessing a ball game Jus: off Hamilton street, and were Intend- Plane Drops Near Altoona, In Pennsylvania, he added, is safe for Gov. Alfred M. Landon. Army Monoplane Crashes, Flier Sent To Hospital NHWN Service) MKADVILLE, Pa., July 'ouths, all residents of Mechanics- burg, near Harrlsburg, today were recovering Irom injuries suffered vhen the coupe in which they were ill riding struck a culvert near here. The most seriously Injured was Arnold Atkinson. 21, who was rc- wrted to have suffered a. fractured a-w and probable fractured stoll. The other victims were John Hos- ier, 18, the driver; Russell Pctvow, 18; Charles Zong, 17; Glenn Her- man, 16, and William Snook, 17. The boys were enroute from Erie to their homes, according to state liighway police. Some were riding in the rumble seat. Highway patrol- men snicl Hosier told them ho may have dazed off and lost control of the car for a moment or two. NO LET-UP FOR RELIEF FUNDS Hiilornatlona.! News Service) CHICAGO, July great .southwest today anxiously awaited the rains raid, cooler weather that have brought some measure of re- lief to the com belt- Local showers and coo! breezes have relieved the emergency to a great extent in the Central states, but DO the south heat rmd still make life a Americans In Madrid Safe As Revolt Spreads E.EPORT BATTLE IN BARCELONA Death Toll In Biggest City Is Already Up In Hun- dreds Says Report (I r; New.? Service) Principal :n tlit revolt in Spain as I broke ou: i- hean of capital while soverr.rnen; despatched hastily-orsarsized rx- forces northward nr.d i southward to meet r.cvar.cinij rebol j armii.-.-'. Go-.vrnn-.er.i claimed sup- Secretary Wendelin Of' prcssion of Madrid uprisir.g. second American Embassy States :IIHENDAYE. France Climated A TT_ UOO fell dead and more '..'-.an 2.000 Americans Are Un- Kvoljndcd ir. batUe in harmed Barcelona, Spain's largos: city. Gov- I trnmeiit forces borr.bec rebel vc-pi'steciy. S i r e r. s I sound-i-d in r.orihern border lowr.s SHARP FIGHTING :o :-ace of OCCURS AT VIGO w.ih I rebel Pyrenees -oot- i hills. N.-.v? Service) reported cap- July lor the safety o: Americans in tiie revolt torn Spanish capital of Mad- .-roop .e... rid were dispelled todav when the I rushed 10 received an protect British subject endar.cerec crritci-nntlonnl News Service) WASHINGTON. July men-o'-war stood by in harbors of Spanish cities lodny ready to evacu- ate American and British nationals. As sharp guerilla fighting contin- ued In the streets of revolt-torn Spain. The HMS Shamrock lay In the  'o Rivi-r sMvKf. 4.5 fret. StntiMifs .'or ih" saim- cuur .1 PRO, fo'.lo-.vs: rfiuprraiiire. MiniiT.iun K-i Precipitation, (riilorn.-iMi.iuU News Service) DALLAS, Ti-x.. July terrific wind rain storm ripped across north Texas around midnight :tnd the exposition here with crushing force. ol late falrgoers suffered minor Injuries a.s they scurried to cover. Oamaso e.stimatcd at more than S100.000 done to fair build- i ings and decorations aiono. Caval- c.u'.r, ;L p'.-i.'lcnLious depict- I ir.tf Uie iTu-tory ol' Texas was flat- j u-ndrd an l-.our after Uie last per- (Intcrnatlon.'il News Servlco) JJEW YORK, July report thnt fonner Governor Alfred E. Smith. Democratic presidential can- didate in 1928, had conferred yes- terday with John D. M, Hamilton, Republican national chairman, was confirmed today by close friends ol the fonner governor. The conference is understood to have taken place in Smith's Fifth avenue apartment and to have been a. lengthy one. (International News Service) ALTOONA, Pa., July j Moser. 40, an employe oi the las Air corporation, of California, flying a TJ. S. army inor.oplanc east bad a miraculous escape from death sarly today when the craft crashed In an emergency landing nt the Cnpt. Wllmer Stutz field near here. Moscr suffered passible right arm and shoulder fractures. He was l.aken to the Altoona hospital. The plane dropped about 100 feet and was badly damaged. Moser said he made the landing because of an overheated motor. Willard Walk, of Tyrone, who wit- nessed the accldeiic pulled from the wrecked plane, Extradition Plea Before Governor No Protest On Request To Ex- tradite Alleged Local Li- quor Store Bandit mercury rose to 106 at OWahoma City and Wichita, Kansas, yester- day. It raneed hlph into the nineties n various other .sections, wliile I Nebraska. Minnesota, the Dakows uid Iowa had moderate summer temperatures. No "Let-up In Relief Washington. July rains and cooler weather were re- lieving drouthy sections in the corn bolt and the plains states, WPA and rc-settlement administra- tion officials said lodny there would be r.o let-xip in the relief program for furmcrs who lost their epart ial report from Llie third secreiary of the American embassy at i rid, Erie C. Wendelin. thai. An-.eri- lean nationals iJiere are unharmed. I Wendelin advised the suvw de- partment that Americans residing in Madrid hiid been urged :o re- j main indoors while the revolution I Is in progress and SL.T.od that ar- rruigement-s have been made for i a turc-d by rebels al'ier being set in many sections. 10 red i- rovoli. isr, Fnrocasi Dcci-sive Clash Madrid. July n the ci-.'il wsr crush crops during the Wrvific dry spell. So serious were conditions found in the Dnkotiis that Administrator Rexrord G. Tugwoll, who went to Bismarck, N. D., Tuesday for a first hand study of the situation, lias ex- tended his stay in the drought area until the latter part of this week. He was Lo touy the northwestern part of Minnesota today, and confer with str.te officials nt Minneapolis tomorrow. Lions Convention (Intiii-nriilonri! .Newn Sorvico) HARRISBURG, July icsted, a request for the extradition from Detroit of Eugene "Slim" Doyle, alias James Hofinn, to face charges of robbing a state licjuor store at New Castle last October was before Gov. George I-I, Enrlc for ap- proval today. State dt-partrnciit officials said the extradition request was on the Governor's desk, awaiting his sig- nature today. Onee ;t has been approved, pi'lvnte Robert O, McCul- lough, Ti'oop D. Penn.'iylv.'mifi. State Police, will leave nt once for Moseri Detroit to claim Uic pj'isoncr, they Kansas Delegation Unleash Flow Of Landon Sun- flower Buttons Seventeen Officers In Spanish Army Die By Own Hand added. The request MADRID, News Service) June Seventeen SAVE is what V 0 U e Ifi Spanish army officers were added today to Ihe mounting death-toll in Spain's civil war- 'but they died by their own hand. Loyal troops entering the Mon- tana barracks following surrender of rebel occupants after a four-hour I siege found the bodies. Each had n bullet hole in the head and army pistols lay by their .sides. It wn.s apparent they committed sii- for extradition was tiled by District Attorney Mont Alley, of Lawrence County. It cites nn indictment charging Doyle with robbery with a gun in taking from three store; clerks ivnri a cus- tomer in a liriuor store on Produce street, last October 10. fliili'i-niilloiinl Service) PROVIDENCE, R. I.. July the Internntlonal Association Lions clubs convention todny enei'B'cUc Kansas delegation Icasliod'a. flow of sunflower buttons boosting Gov. Alfred M. Landon. Republican presidential nominee. Delegates sounded nn optimistic note, declaring a business boom was on the way to America, The brilliant orrtnffc buttons added to the convention which brought fi.OOO and nearly fi-ionds crowding into tlie city. All hotels and rooming houses were packed. Visitors .slept in steamers anchored in Narrnffan.sett Bay and In Pullman cars. Tomorrow the entire convention was scheduled to parade in national their transfer to the cm- which has left Spain with bassy should the necessity arise. Communications Cut Wendelin's dispatch readied the state department. Llurouch Uie icrican minister at Lisbon. Due the clamping down of all com- (Contloned Os Pare Two) Republican Club To Attend Landon Rally In August Will Go To West Middlesex In Body For Opening Of G. O. P. Campaign j countless dead and wounded, an ex- I podinonnry ;'orce of Loyal" troops I m.irchod out Madrid today to I fnpaco ;ho roboL-i cii ki-y poir-.ts. j Musconng all available the government dispatched iull j columns, an announcement said. consisung of regular infantry, shock civil guards, carabiniers and miliTiamen. Tlie were ordered to Toledo. Vnllacolid. and Buvgos. of the interior I r.ounct-d soverul hundred rebel (Conaacod On P.is an- o'- British Send Reinforcements To Gibraltar No definite date was ;-et Monday evening bv the Lawrence Countv Republican culb for the picnic and rally which has been suggesu-d lor this summer, The mectine held (rrKi-rnnticnal Service) LONDON. July troop wore ordered in court room No. 2 with President :o to protcc: Brit- Arthur B. Foster in chair. The ondanserec. by the room was filled und the discussions which attended i.he muetine :o do with the coming election and Ihe Trie (nmor_s Cordon HifhUindors i wort- ord-.'ixxi Landon rally in West Middlesex in AURUSt. j ralty The Gibral- sr.ii-nson boio'-v because tho Gordon Couniy Republican innd wns present and addressed th and sectional costumes, Mexico, Cuba, Ala-ska. Canada, Hawaii, Panama.. Costa Rica, Columbia and Townsend Stages Second "Walkout' (BUI.I.ETIN) CTntcrniUlonii) Service) CLEVELAND. July Dr Fran- every state In the represented. union j DEATH RECORD on the objectives of ihc organization and prophesied that with proper co- operaiion from the club with I he] county committee. Lnwroneo county will go safely Republican ihis fall. President Hopes "Fog" Will Lift Arthur Mometer f C1oTi.il Service) ABOARD SCHOONER LIBERTY. Off Negro. N. S.. July in part. Vho course brought him to tho outer of Nova Seor.ia nboavd schooner. President Rixwvi'h houdod around Ctiix.- Sable in William D. Brown, 87, 833 liar- the direction of Yiirmomh. The Scwnnna shpix'd out ot Cajx; i-ison struct. tli y rir.v (o a K.-OII-C-T chip oil grass so >r.r fo !t't the pfi.-'.-'. for sod is bunted the icicle raf'ricr tlian surrender when j and nn npcountinf: of the Townsend they saw their cause was lost. organization's lunds. Tliomns Kennedy, 74, 2U Leas-1 Nogro harbor, where she had been grass is rtoioi rint, and nnd his sons were hopeful they "o! second "walkout" todny when hcj Mrs. Mary Jane Aelovortli. 7S, would not uijjiin be delayed by [discuss, its una-A too n-i'.ni; incncix n.s they were yesierdny. The lengih pt.; OK< tlifre and n of today's run enlirely i cy to crs iruri.-i, ninety one. E. Townsend, lender of the old! Mrs, Anatolia DiGiusepiK.-. fi-l. of the movninp. The president' age pension movement, stafiecl wood City, second "walkout" todny when he; Mrs. Ma strode out of the hotel conference 1117 South liny room where his deposition was being token in a suit n.sldng hl.s ouster Ciirriu Uleakloy, 2112 East Lin- coln av.iiir. Mrs. Tillic E. 7'J, MVcsl Middlesex rond. upon The weal her conditions, there :i good chance Yarmouth j would be reached tonight.   

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