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New Castle News (Newspaper) - January 10, 1938, New Castle, Pennsylvania NEWS PHONES Telephone Your News [terns To TH4 Call 4000. NEW CASTLE NEWS WEATHER Snow Tonight, To Raht, Tuesday, Risiny TimpCToLure. FIFTY-EIGHTH 55 NEW CASTLE, PA., MONDAY, JANUARY 10, 1938. PAGES THREE CENTS A COPY WAR VOTE PLAN IS OPPOSED Expect China To Reject Japan's Extensive Demands Crushing Peace Terms Are Thrust Towards China Would Reduce China To Practical Likely To Be Accepted FOREIGN RIGHTS WOULD BE HIT Japanese Cabinet Considers Full Speed Program To Crush China Expect Seven To Get Lindy Case Reward By JAMES K. YOUNG Intcrnation.il News Service SUCf TOKYO, Jan. Possib- ly necessitating fin end to powers' privileges in China, Japan today Ihmst. towards China the most crushing; peace terras she has yet devised. They woiild reduce China to prac- tical impotence, give Japan trade advantages, and make Japan a veri- table policeman standing over China. Convinced, however, that Gener- alissimo Chiang Kai-Shek will not accept this more stringent offer, the cabinet held another in a series of rapid fire meetings to consider a "full-speed-ahead program" to crush China and wipe out the Chiang regime. German Ambassador Von Dirksen called on Foreign Minister Koki (International Jfews Servicg) TRENTON, N. J.. Jan. men are expected to be named to- day by Governor Harold Hoffman to share in the reward of- fered by the state of New Jersey for information, which led to the ar- rest, conviction and execution of Bruno Richard Hauptmann. The seven include: John Lyons and Walter Lyle, gas station employees who took Haupt- man's license number when he ten- dered a S10 ransom bill In payment for gasoline: William Allen, colored man who found the body of the slain Lindbergh child; Millard Whitehead. Sourland mountaineer, and Amandus Hochmuth. who placed Eauptmann near the 'Lind- bergh estate at the time of the kid- napping; Joseph Perrone, cab driver through whom Hauptmann sent a ransom note to Dr. John F. "Jafsie" Condon; and William R. Strong, bank teller who spotted the ransom bill upon which the gas station men had written Hauptmann's license number. Gov. Hoffman will announce the I reward participants at this aft- eruoon. five years and ten months after the actual kidnaping and a year and nine months after the ex- ecution of Hauptmann. Awarding of the reward will be one of the last official acts of Hoffman as governor before turning the office over later this week to his successor, Gover- nor-Elect A. Harry Moore. Slew Her Father Speeding Campaign Is Showing Results President Is Determined To Increase Navy Delay Scheduled Opening Of "Speeders Courts" Throughout State More Careful Driving- Very Noticeable On Highways Sunday, Is Report (International News Service) HARRISBURG, Jan. Hirota today for an "important con- j "led opening of Pennsylvania's new versatiorr supposedly iu connection j "speeders courts" was delayed today with.the peace overtures, but it was believed he enjoyed little success. No Immediate Peace Seen That Japan sees no immediate prospect of peace was seen with news that new drafts of troops would be called to the colors today. by a minor obstacle as week-end highway reports indicated motorists were heeding Gov, George H. Earle's warning and putting a brake on fast driving. in finishing which close to Will Submit Special Mes- sage To Congress On Na- tional Defenses MORE BATTLESHIPS TO BE REQUESTED Spectacular Oil Fire Along Tionesta Creek Proves Heroine Dorothy Schaeffer. IS years old and pretty, is held by Jersey City, N. J., police, charged with the mur- der of' her father, Police say she plunged a carving knife into him, ending a quarrel over a shopping trip. She is pictured as she was ar- rested. Centra] Tress. siasm for the conflict would be re- laxed. Japan's minimum terms for peace were made known to International News Service by Toshio Shihatori, (Continued On Two) PA NEWG OBSERVES Indiana Girl Of 13, And Boy 14, Are Missing, Report- ed Elopers PARENTS ARE NOT MUCH WORRIED (International News Service) BREMEN, Ind., Jan legal barriers and parental frowns, a girl of 13 and a boy one year older today sought a honeymoon haven for a couple their age. Thus did. the second child ro- mance this month come to the at- tention of Indiana authorities as plice were asked to break up the Pa Newc has often wondered why elopement of Edwena Keyster and so many persons who get off Mast, eighth grade sweet- street car seem to think that it is i hearts there necessary to run around in front of i Only a lew days ago pretty Belli the car as soon- as they set foot on Laser 12 years old. and Tommy the ground. The safe" thing to do Chapman. 13. became the parents of is to step back to the curb, and j (Couttnn.4 On until the car moves on. Then a clear view of possible traffic srds will be secured. Fred Nicklin of East Washington who lost a valuable bird dog. is pleased to say that he recovered it. through placing an ad in the New Castle News. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Jones of 1301 "Wilmington avenue have received a copy of "The Clarion Call'', publish- ed by the Press club of State Teach- ers college of Clarion. Mr. and Mrs. Jones' son Morgan is a student a: that college. Among the various predictions made in the columns of "The Clarion in regard to their students. Morgan Jones, Jr., rated as one of those most likely to succeed. hour speed law will be notified to Expect To Extend Defenses appear in the special courts, held up i -t, t Of functioning of the courts for sev- As Guarantee UI erai days. Peace For U. S. Gov. George H. Earle recently cr- dered that 'drivers' licenses of all (Continued On two} Youngsters Hope To Get Married Bj- KOBEKT G. NIXON Internaticnal News Service Staff Correspondent WASHINGTON. Jan, Auto Injuries Result In Death Jacob Klapperstick Expires In Jameson Memorial Hospital Saturday dut-crnnllona.I Xow.i Service) KANE, Pa., Jan. danger to wildlife along Tionesta Creek in the Allegheny national forest was believed ended today after one of the most spectacular oil fires In this section In many years, A crew of worker's from the Na- tional Transit Company succeeded in curbing the burning lake of pe- troleum which spilled into the head- waters of the creek from a break in a six-inch pipe and was set afive at Crystal Springs Lake three miles south of here. Flames which covered most of the big artificial pond whirled a. hun- dred feet Into the air. The column of black smoke was visible for many miles. It gave the knob on which I the lake is situated tlie appearance of an erupting volcano. The workmen kept a stream of water playing on both sides of a nearby pumpstatlon blistered by the heat and guarded the nearby wood.s While the fire was in its early stages, skaters skated around an- other part of the lake which was covered by ice. Before the oil was trapped in the lake. It, a mile downstream, killing hundreds of trout and sev- eral muskrats, Conservations offic fab; feared the loss would have been greater and timber also would have been burned if trie lake had not been nearby. DistrictB'naiB'rith Councils Meet Here Tsingtao Falls Without Firing War Referendum Is Impracticable i Ludlow War Referendum 1 Amendment Proposal Is Opposed By Roosevelt MESSAGE IS SENT TO HOUSE SESSION President Would Be Badly Crippled By Such Action, Message Says "We as Jews must do two Im- portant things, first we must create a heritage that will be continued tomorrow, and secondly, we must raise young Jews worthy of the her- itage we leave them." Rabbi Theo- dore H. Gordon, director of B'N7a) B'Rith Klllel Foundation, Pcnn State college, told more than 250 persons gathered in The Cathedral. Sunday evening, for the delightful banquet which marked the close of the Western Pennsylvania Council meeting of B'Nai B'Rlih, held here j all day yesterday. i Rabbi Gordon brought out the fact! Manufacturing" that Jews face not only an ex-' terns! problem but also an Internal one. The. principal speaker asserted that "Life and death of Jews de- VEROMCA LALLEY Wit and cheerfulness of Slew- j ardess Veronica Lalley. 22. of Syca- more. 111., kept five passengers and i a crew of three in high spirit.'; as i an airliner plunged a swamp! near Newark. N. J., airport. All of the passengers were rescued, unin- 1 I jured, after four hours. (BULLETIN) By ROBERT HUMPHREYS News Service SlaiJ Correspondent Jan. spondlnf to z direct appeal from President Rooscx-elt, the Hou.sc rode over the controver- sial I.ndlow war referendum res- olution this afternoon, pigeon- holing it for the balance of this congress. The vote iris 203 to 188. HEART TROUBLE p cp Auto injuries suffered by Jacob V. Klapperstick, aeed 68. of 216 Fair- He concluded by EivinR a brief field avenue, on Thursday evening, resume of thr Hiliel Foundation at proved too much for a weakened heart, and resulted in Mr. Klappcr- pend on the energy we put into the problems we face. Has persecution kept us together? No. We have not degenerated but have built R fort, to meet the enemy. There is one issue that is fundamentally what-of tomorrow? Everything we do, everything B'Nal B'Riih does must be positive lor.the problems of tomorrow. We must prepare and take definite steps. We must create In the young people in- On TiLft Twt Port Of Shantung Province Cap- itulates Under White CHINESE DEFENDERS RETREAT WESTWARD: REORGANIZATION IS UNDER WAY City Bombarded With Leaf- AVASHIXGTOX. Jan. 10. a virtually unpreced- ented .arest ure, President Roosevelt this afternoon warned congress that the proposed Ludlow war refer- endum amendment to the i constitution "would cripple any president in his conduct of onr foreign relations.'1 ______ 'and "encourage other na- lions to believe' that they Day Employes 'Are Affected could violate American By Order Made This iriwlits with impunity." Morning Of Single Shot Commissioners Dismiss Seven mined to strengthen America's na-iitick'S deatn- the Jameson Mem- tional defenses to a point where no u, h Saturday afternoon aggressor nation will dare provoke lets Prior To Peaceful Surrender a conflict, President Roosevelt today Acti Coroncr M M was Prepares special message to h investigated the circumstances or b i Two) Here it is the tenth day of the I new year already, and many haven't i as yet got over writing 1937. rv w 1 I Report Six Perish In Plane Crash Detour information for the period ending January 21 is contained in the new Detour Bulletin of the Pennsylvania, highway department just issued, and which Is posted ;n the lobby of The News. Tliere are no changes in the local district. (t- Daily Weather Report t Son Of President Justo Re- ported Victim In South American Airplane Tragedy TJ. S. weather reports for the 24- hour pericd ending at 9 o'clock this morning follow: Maximum temperature, 26. Minimum temperature. 8. Precipitation ,09 inches, snow. River stage, 6.2 feet. Statistics for the 24-hour period cridinp at 9 o'clock Sunday morn- inf. are as folloM'S: Maximum temperature, 27. Minimum temperature. 5. Precipitation ,01 inches snow. (International .N'PWS Service) BUENOS AIRES, Jan. Justo, son of President Augustin P. reportedly perished with five others in a military air crash today. Owing to lack of communication between here and the bridge site, it was impossible at once to the reported The airplane carrying young Justo was escorting the presidential craft back from inauguration of an In- ternational highway bridge across the Uruguay river at Paso de Los Libres, at the southwest corner of Brazil. There they were welcomed by President Getulio Vargas, Brazilian dictator. be submitted to congress calling for a huge new naval rearmament pro- gram. The message, which will commit the United States to a. record peace time naval building program which will be second only in its propor- tions to Great Britain's vast rearm- ament prog-ram, is expected to be sent to congress this week. To Ituild New Battleships President Roosevelt Is expected to ask congress to provide between and and supplemental funds in addition to which is provided for (Coatlnntd On Pag-e Two) Auto Inspection Starts In Jersey Liquor Dealers Given (BULLETIN) rnfl rion.-tl Service) All day employes in the Lawrence county court house were dismissed today by order of the county com- missioners. In all there are seven such employes, two m the county the the Amendment Impracticable "I must frankly state that I con- sider that the proposed amendment (Coatlxmid On Du Pont Heard By Committee found that Mr. Klapperstick had I i Muit Of Undesir- able Elements And Conduct Proper Placei tion for some time, and the shock of the accident aggravated this con- dition, producing 'death. Struck Ey Car He was struck by the side of lhe car driven by Dr. W. R. Jones, local dentist, at the intersection of Mill commissioners office, two in I registration office, two in SH 'Trill 10__.'county treasurer's office and one in: 1 v e i the office of lhe prothonotary arid i smjrtflo, bustling manurac- Ol courLc. turinR port, of Shantunp pro- j Tne ordcr canie triis mQrning dur- i nice, suddenly fell tonight j ing the session of the three com-I missioners. Floyd Cotcon. George H. j Bolinger and A. R. Turner. The j motion to dismiss was offered by; Cotton, seconded by Turner and j to a. Japanese landing ;mny without the firing of a single shot or the spilling of drop Government And Bus- iness To Take Counsel Together To End Slump Service) HARRISBURG. Jan. Motoritti. Resentful Ai Draitic Auto Teitx Are Started In State (International Xews Service) NEWARK, N. J., Jan. ful motorists made the Welkin ring with cries of "politics" and "graft" today as New Jersey's drastic In- spection of its automobiles and trucks got under way in 28 inspection, depots throughout the state. Under the precedent-shattering law every owner of a motor vehicle, upon receiving a written notice, must take his car or truck to a de- pot for a thorough examination by seven official inspectors. The test costs 50 cents. If the vehicle is 'ound "unfit for the road" in any particular, the owner must have the car examined again until every, de- :ect is corrected. that the tests will mean thousands of dollars in busl- less for gai'agemen. and charging Jiat the law was intended to repay garage owners for past political 'avers, angry motorists throughout he state today were agitating for of the measure, As a result of sample tests last week, wlien more than of automobiles examined were declar- ed unfit the road. It was predict- ed that hall of the vehicle.- in the siate waulu be weeded out for re- I pairs. The fact that many of the and Washington streets. Officer j and beer will be "voted out" unless Dent Shields, of the local police dealers purge their ranks of unde- force, who was a witness to the ac- j slrable elements and conduct their cident, staled that apparently Mr. business establishments properly. Klapperstick had walked into the Pennsylvania vendors were warned side of Dr. Jones car, who was pro- today by Harry J. Englert, of Erie. cseding west on Washington street. I field secretary of the Pennsylvania Mr. Klapperstick suffered a disloca- federation of liquor dealers. tion of the right shoulder and a i Addressing a meeting of Dauphin fracture of the left leg. county licensees. Englert declared Mr, Klapperstick, born October 10, the liberal-minded citizens of the 18G8, was a member of St. John's j state would probably "align them- of lilood passed with these two voting in the' In -sharpest contrast to the reck- affirmative. Mr. Cotton less fighting at other cities where tliat it was a matter of reorganna- scores of thousands were slain. Lhe bustling modem metropolis capitu- lated under a white (InterTiit'.onal News WASHINGTON. Jan. 10-Declar- D DuPont, tion and that it these employes president of the E. I. DuPonc De- were needed they could be re-em- Nemours and Co.. today urged gov- The salary board meets this eminent and business to "take Beniiath the ready guns of the afternoon and il Ls possible thnt the United; States Cruiser Marblehead. i question of retaining at. leasi some .Ress.s end the busi- itf Japanese troops went ashore 181 of the day or te: lies below Tslnglno covered by five will be lakesi up. th miles destroyers. As tHey speedily advanc- ed on the city, t-hey were met by n German delegation, bended by the tmporary employes the nauon is in a pro- Other Business local Nazi leader. (ConUnutfl Oa Herr Ohhvein. (Coutir.ned On Two) Justice Cardozo Is Seriously III Suffering From "Alarming Heart Phy- ticiani Announce selves with the drys and demand a return to. prohibition if flagrant violations -In the retail liquor and beer business continue." Attorney General Charles J. Mar- giottl recently n. warning of similar nature to wholesalers and retailers. President Justo and his ministers J cars were 1938 models that came of war and navy flew to the bridge i straight from the storeroom increase in an army plane. I ed apprehension of motorists. (International News Service) WASHINGTON. Jan. ate Justice Benjamin N, Cardozo of the supreme court, ill at his home for about a month, is suffering "alarming heart attacks" and has been in a critical condition, his phy- sicians announced today. Daily bulletins will be released on the condition of the 67-year-old jurist starting today. Until yester- day the justice's friends believed he was merely suffering a mild attack of shingles and was in no danger. Cr, John Paul Earnest, Jr., his physician, admitted that the recur- rent heart attacks had been severe and had threatened to take the life of the Justice, nevertheless, Dr. Earnest was hopeful. He stated 'the justice had shown a slight improve- ment in the last 24 hours. He alsD noted thai Cardozo successfully fought off similar heart attacks In June. 1935. Two heart specialists iiave been called into consultation, Dr. Thomas S. Lee of this city and Dr. John H. Keating of New York, Before returning to New York yes- terday, Dr. Keating said the justice's return to court was indefinite. White Blanket Of Snow Today Expect Snow To Turn To Rain By Tueidny, Mercury Will Start Upward (Intprn.illonal News Service.) PITTSBURGH, Jan. falling throughout the morning cov- ered Western Pennsylvania with a white blanket today with more snow promised for tonight and to- morrow. expected to change the snow to rain Tuesday, PLANS FOR REVOLT NIPPED AT LISBON (Tnl i-fMnMonM Service) LISBON, Jan. 10. Communist plans to foment unrest In the army and .start a revolution have been nipped, the government announced today. Complete ordcr prevails through- out Portugal, and army is "satisfied that, recent reforms were aimed at its 'said a communique. Fifteen Convicts I Fail To Return i Fifteen Granted "Word Of Honor" For Christ- mai Fail To 'Show Up nounced recession" the head of one I of the largest industries irs the TJn- I ited Stares also outlined R. recov- (.InLornatlonal News Service) MONTGOMERY, Ala., Jan. Fifteen convicts, granted "word of honor" pnroles for Christmas by Gov. Bibb Graves of Alabama, have not returned, Hamp Draper, head of the convict department, announced today, Draper said this was the largest number Hjial has failed to return since the plan was inaugurated ten years ago. 'Last year only seven fail- ed to return, and during the 10 year period only about 20 have failed to keep thtir promise. Draper jxjinted out. however that 89 more convicts were giver) "Christ- mas paroles" last, year than ever be- fore. This year a tots.1 of 544 con- Contracts which had been award- ery program calling for labor peace, ed to the Art Metal Company of lax revision, and cessation of the East Palestine, O., lor three desks attacks on big business by govern- for the county treasurer's office ment officials, were rescinded when Commissioner j "outlining his views. DuPont said: Bolinger pointed out that they were j -Recovery only comes about by a nil for the same office, and the total sl-eater production and consumption amounted to Bids must be Oj goods ,ujd services. Business must advertised .'or anything- over S300. j reassure The public that its sen-Ices he pointed out and this will be done, i are essential, thai it is in the atrgre- A contract was awarded to F. D.lpate. simply the way In which al- Webstar for a Royal wide cnrriace most ftl. Ol llf mafec a iivin? and typewriter for the commissioners' j tha: farmmc. manufacturing corn- office at a price of S146.48. j mmf nilance Hnd labor are Supervisors of Taylor township i dependent, headed by Wilaam McMahor, ap- j, aru business peared before the board and asked j tai-c together in a spirit of that the county pay for the black forebeannce and cooperation." top necessary to cover the three- quarters of a mile of road from West Pittsburg to Route IB. The road is state highway and Mr. McMahon said John B, Slmw. highway super- On Two) DEATH RECORD I Joseph B. Nelson, 79. Volant, Pa. Russell Garbett, 57, Scott street. Harry Clay Shouff, 74, Lccsburg. Pn, Charles Dolby, Mercer, Pn. Miss Catherine Fisher, 90. .Prince- victs, Including several life-termers, ton. were released shortly before Christ- Jacob Y. Klappcrstich, 63, 21C MOTORIST DIES FOLLOWING CRASH 1 i UNIONTOWN, F.iirfield uvcnuc. Mary E. Wlritlakcr, 70, Enou Val- ley, r.i. Mrs. Christina W. MeAiilis, 85, 212 Eust North street. K. L. McGinniss, 91, Eclcnbiirs. Pa., Jan. Mrs. Mary J. Kellcy, 126 East Nicholas Enston Jnckson, 31, of Old i Long avenue. Frame, near Smif.hfield. WBS dead in I David Gcrnrd Wetrour, 11 days, 1 On a day like this when the world is n'hite, a. rhymster expects expect him to write, a ditty or tiKO on the beauties snoiv, a snappy selection L-} ten' lines or so. And that's what I'm doing according ta rule, its snowy and and pretty near cool. There's snow on the ,00} tops, there's snow on the street nnii the liA'cJy be sleet. All o.i which pror-w B. hospital here today from Injuries! East Wallace R venue, sustained when he was caught un- Frank Kins, Scbriny, Flu. dcr his machine as It was whipped' John Kdward Butler, 15, Marlinb o, other to me. it to the side of the highway by an- other car. Ferry, 0. Mrs. Nancy Beaver Fajls. this is done, three. its just thirty
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