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New Castle News (Newspaper) - December 1, 1937, New Castle, Pennsylvania .INJtW-CASTLE, PA, NEWS, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 1, 1937. SEVEN Large Force Working On New Power Plant At WestPittsburg Every day in every way the steam. then levelled by half dozer, or more jxwer plant of the Pennsylvania rugged workmen. Between the screen-house and the Power Company at West Fittsburg where the main plant ,vil] is becoming a reality and within j be. Is a Clear-well 'tank. 43 feet high the next twelve months there will i 'nri with a circumference of Brings Dad's Body have arisen an imposing structure, one which will have with machin- ery, cost approximately, Some days ago one section of the main plant floor, or slab -was pour- ed. When the concrete ceased pour- ing the slab was five feet thick and contained.lour miles of pipe which will contain electric lines. Yesterday a News reporter wit- nessed the Pumpcrete pour con- crete for the floor in the screen- Mahoning river into the condensers j in the screen-house after which it flow into the clear-well tank j which already has been erected and j welded. A huge stack is also to be erected. In fact, one who has not seen the progress there, has no idea of the immensity of what is planned. When one approaches the plant he sees scores of automobiles, all house and quite a record was es- owned by the employes, 150 of whom taHHshed, In fact, pounds are at work on a three-shift per of was poured, j day plan. This information was derived j There are electricians, carpenters. frtrm Chief Engineer Perry. As the concrete poured in. more than a'dozen workmen labored amid almost darkness, levelling it off. In fact, it was so dark one man next to the other could scarcely see him. The work is decidedly dangerous for those men. They are counted as they enter the screen house and at different times the chief engineer, personally, makes an inspection, to see they are safe. The concrete is pumped from a plant overlooking a huge cavern- like hole where the main plant is to be erected. At this plant is a huge mixer, operated electrically. When properly mixed and heated, the concrete forced by the Pump- crete through pipes at a fast speed. The pipes extend to the screen house where the mix is discharged men in charge of the Pumpcrete plant and a staff of engineers and clerks. There is plenty of steel work to be done and when the proper time comes the booms will swing huge girders to be placed by man. And Everything that is being used in the mix. stone, gravel and sand, is coming frpm this district; likewise other materials that are needed and is available in this district Is beine secured. The plant, a affair, will furnish electricity for this district and shows the faith of the Penn- sylvania Power company in New Castle and Lawrence county. Cities Present Their Pleas On 44-Hour Week Tell State Authorities New Law Will Cost Taxpay- ers Of Cities Many Millions The Princess Almenia Ali is pic- tured above as she brought the body of her father. Prince Hadji Ali, to America. The remains are to go to Johns Hopkins for study. Hadji All was reputed to have two stomachs. (Central Preti) The World At A Glance Only a Fool Yourself Colds should be checked before they become deep-seated, inside. Treat them there. Colds that hang lead to more serious illness. Start at once taking Father John's Medicine. 83 Years, Colds igflbng Take FATHER JOHNS MEDICINE PROOF iU Ywi of Succeu Mahoning Grange To Have Program Announcement was made today that a demonstration program has been planned for the Mahoning Val- ley Grange hall on Friday evening. December 3, at 8 o'clock. Howard C. Temple, will be in charge of the entire program. Grange members and the public have been invited to attend this event, A. J. RODGERS BURIAL AM J. Rodgers, a native of Plain- grove, died Sunday at his home in Grove Cltj after an extended ill- ness. Funeral services are being conducted today. PRO IXDUS WILL MEET Members of the Pro Indus clu will discuss club business at the weekly' meeting in the Y. M. C. 4 Thursday night at Presiden Russell W. Lennig announces. (Contlnntd Trom Four) able to bear it must bear it most, for poverty breeds illness. The persons of poor circumstances may have a friendly physician who will wait for his money (and oft- times does not get something that would not occur under govern- mental but then there is the hospital. Hospitals cost money to operate. Under our present higgledy-piggle- dy system they cost a great deal more than if they were under one general supervision. They must get this money back to exist. As a re- sult, many a person is deterred from taking a needed step to build his health or save his life. It is a wretched condition. It is SUPER MARKET EAST WASHINGTON STREET AT MARYLAND AVENUE. TOTTH roon mjEDB TTirnEB oifr moor." Tlonr, ptitry family. Xintaty'i 1 ft can Aprlooti, bulk, Ib floor, pkf. Macaroni ana Vpaffluttl, a pkf larr> can Peanut a ft Jai Xlfht O'clock a ft bar laitut Volt-am, Motor Oil, 100% crudt, 3 ral. Wluattai brwfcfait Df champloni, piff Cigarettes popular carton 69c 13c 19c 24c 25c 59c 25c 51 c 42c t.15 IQc 1.35 Hamburg- Iraih rronni, 2 fti FUKti of Haddock, 2 Iba Vial Cfcopl, 'ft Fork EBfllah cut, tt> Coined Beef Armeni'i or Iiibby'p, can lona halvca la niary lyrnp. Wo. 2V4 can, lona lolid pack, Wo. a oans itandard pack, 3 JTo. 2 cant Qoldtn Bantam Con onam 3 Wo. 9 cam. Bulk Cocoannt, long- thread, lt> Gold Medal or ury'ii, 5 Ib tack Arb Arbncklt'i cam, 25 rb 29c 27c 25c 19c 19c 1Sc 25c 23c 27c 22c 25c The Year's Funniest, Sunniest, Honeyest of, Come- dies. We Urge You to Attend Matinees. Hello. Hurry orer to tha maddett, merriett whirl tince rYea-a-a Man! It's a comedy tockeroo that will make you hold your aching ALEXANDER i-nNNIlNGHM" REGENT-NOW Complete Performances Start: Last Performance PRICES: Matinee lo 5 p. After 5 p. m.................40c a disgrace to such a great country. And foolish legislatures and gov- ernors even add to that disgrace. In the state in which I live there is a tax on medi-ine. I have seen a person pay as high as 60 cents tax on one prescription, I believe that such inhuman torture of the poverty-stricken ill is unconstitu- tional: but even if it is not, it is morally and socially unjustifiable. Is it any wonder that many peo- ple give up hope when they be- come HI? (International Newi Service) HABRISBURG, Dec. application of the new 44-hour week law to Pennsylvania municipalities and boroughs will cause budget in- creases totaling millions of dollars, local officials charged today In re- questing the state industrial board for a year's "grace" period with which to conform to the act. At a conference with the board, the second and third the boroughs, in turn testified that bringing municipal workers under the act would throw budgfets out of line and necessitate levying of increased taxes, Besides the 12-month "grace" period, local officials applied to the board for complete exemption for policemen and firemen under the 'act. They said the political subdivi- sions they represented were willing to place their other workers under the law within the year. Speaking for the third class cities, Walter A. Greenwood, of Coates- ville, told the board the municipali- ties were deprived ol "their day In court" because Attorney General Charles J. Margiotti had not ruled on the status ol the municipal workers until a week ago. Yuletide Peace Program Will Be Offered Thursday Young People's Choir Giving Program At Pint Baptist At P. M. At p. m. Thursday, follow- ing the regular meeting of the Women's Missionary Society of the First Baptist church at the Young People's Choir, under the di- rection of Mr. and Mrs. Garth Ed- mundson, organist and director, will present the following Yuletide peace program, according to announce- ment by Mrs. William Wilson, chair- man of the department of Chris- tion Citizenship of the missionary society: Scripture, Luke Chas. T. Metzler. ._____________________________ BARGAIN CENTER REDEEM SON MILK L- FOR CASH OR MER- CHANDISE I Visit Our Big "Train-Shed" The Talk of the Town-A Unique Display i i 2 2 I I ELECTRIC TRAINS to Silent Night Organ. Shepherd's Choir; (Garth CRESCENT MAHONTNGTOWN S Showi Admission ..................lOe-ZSt TONIGHT THURSDAY Special Return Showing By Public Demand "ONE IN A MILLION" With Sonja Heini Don Ameche Adolphe Menjou STATE ON THE SOUTHSIDE TODAY TOMORROW "CALIFORNIA STRAIGHT AHEAD" with Louise Latlmer, John Wayne, Tally Marshall. "HOT WATER" with Jed Pronely, Shirley Deane, Russell Gleason. PARAMOUNT NOW SHOWING AUTHENTIC! TJ. S. Government Photoplay FOUR ACES Plus PRIVATE SLACK IN PERSON Plus Edward Everett Uortbn, In "LET'S MAKE A MILLION" Edmunds Poem, Miss Elizabeth Williams. Lovely Appear Choir; (Charles Gunod) Original Poem Delbert Fletcher. Peace Perfect Peace Choir; (Folk Offertory prayer Mrs. C. H. Hea- ton. Organ Improvisation. Choir; (Harvey Benediction, Seven Fold Amen (John Stain KEY WIND TRAINS 79c to TELEPHONE SETS AUTOS, to S14.45 t MOVIE PROJECTORS 98C to S49.50 WAGONS 19c to DRUMS 39c to 75c DOLL SETS to o VELOCI- PEDES 98 c to SLEDS 98c to Use Our Lay- away Plan! AND DOZENS AND DOZENS OF OTHERS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION i 2 2 2 I 2 2 a HOSPITAL NOTES JAMESON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL Wood, R. F, D. No. 6; Louis W. Hasely. Grove City; Frank Flore, Jr., R. F. D. No. 1, tonsil operation; Dean Palmer, R. F. D, No. 2, Volant, tonsil operation; C. Leroy Martin, Albert street; Gran- Smith. Locust street; John W. Biddle, Locust street; Dale Wood- ruff, Oak street, -f Beaver Townships j WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. David 3, Cosgrove, of Big Beaver township, celebrated their fortieth wedding anniversary on Thanksgiving Day at their home. A delicious Thanksgiving dinner was served to one hundred relatives and friends at 12 o'clock. David B. Cosgrove of Big Beaver township, Mrs. C. J. Scott of Little Beaver Mrs. Lloyd Ligo of Wilmington township, Mercer j county. Miss Martha Cosgrove and William Cosgrove. both at home. There are also three grandchildren, George Scott, Joan Cosgrove- and Donald Cosgrove. The guests included Rev. J. d'-'evir j Bingham and family, of Wampum; the Cosgrove children and their j families, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jen- Party Is Planned At Tif ereth Israel Gathering On .Sunday Will Culminate Celebration Of Chanukah who were married November 24. 1897. by the Rev. Alexander Savage, Line street; Glen KlingensmiLh, R. F. D. No, 1; Mrs. Dorothy Morris and infant daughter, R. F. D. No. 5; Mrs. Julia Hennon and infant son, West State street; Miss Evelyn Cox, New Wilmington; Mrs. Jessie The afternoon was spent in smg- kinSi Mfi and Mrs. j c. McKim and., ing and congratulating the couple; family MT and Mrs H E Beatcy j Climaxing the celebration of tne and family, Mr. and Mrs. John i of Lights, known in Hebrew Beatty and family, Mr. and Mrs. I Chanukah. a party is planned James Beatty and family, Mr. and for Sunday afternoon- at Young. County j pastor of the Reformed Presbyterian church of near New Galilee. Mrs. Cosgrove was formerly Miss Almeda Beatty. daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Mrs. George Beany and family. Israel synagogue and a big au-end- Samuel McKim. John Cosgrove. Mr. i ance is anticipated. Refreshments MJ-S Frank Jenkins and familv, will be by the Sisterhood and Almatrim Beatty. of Big Beaver Mr and Mrs. William McAnlis. Mr. I there will be gifts from Palestine township. Music for singing during and Mrs. Charles McBride and fam-i for the children. The teachers of the ily. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Beatty and j the school and the rabbi will be :n Today Is The Day rroin Towtt hope, Spencer confessed, begged for- leading them to death, and wrote a long letter to his parents. Then, with a black handkerchief upon his eyes he stood with the other two until a gun boomed a signal to crew mem- bers to pull away at the ropes. The Secretary of War, John C. Spencer, was not ruined politically by his son's disgrace. On the con- trary, President Tyler made him Secretary of the Treasury the fol- lowing year. Novelist James Fenlmore Cooper tried to sway public sentiment against Capt. Mackenzie because the men were executed instead of im- prisoned, but in thwe days there was scant sympathy for men who plotted treason and got caught at it. On Other Dec. La Belle Paule Reschi bore a son at her liome in Paris at the age of ninety. But she wasn't the oldest woman ever to become a mother. ISO Years Ago were tilled and injured in Worchester, England, when cotton workers riot- ed against the introduction of spin- ning machines. Betty, aged eleven the biggest theatrical attraction n-. London, earning a week. The House of Commons adjourned ;o see him play Hamlet. Swope, president ol 5eneral Electric Co., upon whom ;he President called for advice on how to resusitate business, was bom, He rose through the ranks to top of GE's employes. Langhome of Vir- ginia whose second husband Lord Astor, made her a British citizen, became the first woman member of Parliament, she also is the only mother ever to serve In the same national legislature with her son. T _ ,_. IA j. aiiu. i nic Murphy, North Cedar street: Mrs. afternoon was furnished by James family and Mrs. Rachel Calhoun, j charee. 2wfrF Nettie McKim who played.a guitar. J. T. I an of New GaliJee. R. D.: Mr. and i chan Hill. Court street; Duane C. Meyer, Beatty introduced Rev. J. G. Bing- Mrs. MaMi McKim, of Mahoning-! Avalon, !ham. pastor of the church which town: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Burdick j Mr. and Mrs. Cosgrove attend, who "offered congratulations and pre- the couple with a numbe? of on which they now reside. They NEW CASTLE HOSPITAL Admitted Mrs, Mary Forento, 1335 Laurel Place; Louis Scarnatt. 409 Shadyside; Antonio Campoli, 412 Electric street. Miss Mary Mack. 1024 Huey street; James Glnocchi, arc active members of the Presby- 318 East Home street. church of Wampum. Mrs. Cosgrove being an elder in the church. Mr. and Mrs. Cosgrove are the parents of six children, one of whom died in infancy. Those living are: be-an Sundav and wiU on tta acd famUy and Mr. and Mrs. and lamilv of Butler Mr and lovely gifts from the guests. Mr and Mrs Samuel Cosgrove of T ejsnt lne OI Mr. and Mrs. Cosgrove have spent oi .he festlva] an the entire forty years on the farm We aren't really better off than the Japs. It taies a month's work to buy a set of silver, and one hour's work will pay for cnopsticks. IS GIVEN PROMOTION Ernest Lucz of Cretan avenue. place in the life of the Jewish peo- ple. With acre feet of water who has been employed at a local; already stored. Lake Mead (Boulder gasoline sen-ice station for some dam, Colorado) is the largest man- time, has been promoted to man- made body ol water in the world. ager of a new station recently con- structed at Cor.nellsviile, Pa. It reaches a depth of 458 feet, iwice the maximum depth of Lake Erie. ROOM-MATES...TEAM-MATES ...BUT RIVALS IN LOVE I You'll thrill to the crashing bands, flashing parades... you'll cheer when Navy meets Army in football's classic battle and how your heart will beat to this grand and glorious story oi AnnapolisL NOW PLAYING T h i i specially arrtnfed screen prorram that realisti- cally affords theatre-irotrs to see and hear the better thlnjrs in motion pictures! fl? Pomona Grange Chorus Meeting A meetinj of the Pomona Orange chorus will be helo on Saturday evening at the home Wylle Brew- ster "on the 'Mount Jackson road. All members have been urged to be present, and a social time will follow the usual practice session. has been devised in Hollywood to protect against theft oi valuable canine pets. ;CAST OF THOUSANDS! ROBERf'VoUNG JAMES STEWART Lionel BARRYMORE FLORENCE RICE BILL IE BURJCE Tom BROWN Paul KELLY Samuel S. HINDS Birn.tt PARKER COMING MONDAY! Th. hllarloni Wlb-JInii of a Park YrlncMi and a Hal touih Palnttr. KOJMBXT IfOVTOOMZZY XOCALIIfD mDBSDLI. in "Live, Love and Learn" On Broa'liray" Feature No. 1 Shoeing at: See him bin to eich new clue in (hit MOMlionil lore-inunlcr! A -iii JOHN BARRYMORE LY.NSE OVERMAN CHARLES LOUISE CAMPBELL 2nd. Feature at: Inniil. Vnrkinr Auto Co. COMING! FRANCIS FARMER and RAY MILLAND In "EBB TIDE" In Llvlnj Color!
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