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New Castle News (Newspaper) - October 9, 1950, New Castle, Pennsylvania NEW CASTLE NEWS SEVENTIETH NO. 220 NEWS NEW CASTLE, PA., MONDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1930 PAGES NEWS FIVE CENTS A OPEN DRIVE INTO NORTH KOREA r U. S. Troops Meet Violent Resistance In Advance Miss Cleaveland Named To Act As Controller Will Serve Whije City Controller Is In Armed Service Miss Edith Cleaveland. Highland a clerk In the finance of- fice of Director Albert A. Hoyland was unanimously named to succeed Charles A. Kennedy as city con- troller, effective October 17, when he reports for military service. Prior lo the appointment, council adopted a resolution, slating thai upon his return, he will resume of- fice. According to an opinion by So- licitor Robert While, the supreme court" of the state has'-declared that, when an elected city con- troller is summoned to military service, the office becomes vacant. To protect Ken- nedy's position, to which he was elected, a resolution which wil restore hfrn his office, was deemed advisable, hence it was passed. Sponsored By Hoyland Miss Cleaveland's appointmen was sponsored by Finance Direc tor Hoyland. The resolution was seconded by Councilman Richart 1. Davis and was adopted unani mously. Mayor Haven explained that he] duties would be taken over by Mis; Martha Alexander and by no naming additional help, ,thc city would save approximately The mayor complimented Mr Kennedy on the manner In which he had conducted his office and o his courteousness to the public anc said, he hoped Kennedy's stay in military service would not be long Councilman flledure said h voted as he did, to protect Ken nedy's Job and being a lone Dem ocrat councilman, he said politic had no role in how he voted. proi PARADE SIGNALS LEGION CONVENTION Tclephoto LOS Legion 40 and 8 parade' marches through downtown Los Angeles streets as large crowds turn out to watch the gala affair which officially touches off five days of merrymaking for Legionares now In Los Angeles for 32nd annual convention. Yale Psychiatrist Slain; Seriously Wounded Buckwheat harvest Is in reas on farms In this area, With the large number of farm In this area of the state that ar marked with "no tresspassine "auxiliary fame 'safe! Bine" and other designations, looks like hunters will have rath lo speed the nit-aggression measure through he UN, but American Delegate ohn Foster Dulles will do Lhc alking. It is believed Ihe committee can (Continued on THU) Strike Ends At arbon Plant Six weeks of idleness at" the Car- Kir. Limestone company plant near ended today when Ihe workers returned to work. The met, struck six weeks ago when the company refused lo agree Lo a 1's.l of demands made. night a meeting was held in Hillsville at which lime :he company's offer of settlement was Under the tcrrtii of the offer, Ihe men rrc granted five cents per hour wage crease will, an additional adjust- ment when if steel makes any wage adjuiimcnls. A pension plan patterned after steel's pension was ascecplcd nnt two-year contract negotiated. The bargaining unit for the plant is the United Mine Workers Dhlrlcl 50. New Casllo and vicinity I Community Chest campaign wi) get under Tuesday evenlni! Ihe when the klckof iKicr-will be held. Actual solicitation will begin Weunci-diiy morning. Goal of this year's chest drivj is the minimum figure ncuclcd foi- the chcsi's 12 fled feather agencies. Last year, when only 5106.000 was raised. I he persons of the com- munity gave only per capita, Ihe lowest pi-r capita figure oi any other city of comparable compara- ble size in this area. These figures revenl ft ooisiblki reason why New Castle missed its quota for Hie year by 20 per cent. Twelve Drives In One "If Is made (o realize how important It Is that their Indi- vidual subscription be adequate lo the netds oi the ]2 agencies of the chest, I am sure that this ycnr'i goal will be attained." William R. Schmidt, executive director of the- clusl, says "The Community Chest drive Is 12 drives In one, and each poten- tial giver is urged lo bear that In mind when he Is deciding upon the, arr.yunt of his donation. a city half the size cf New Castle, raised more lhan New Castle last year with S4 21 capita.
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