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New Castle News (Newspaper) - June 23, 1930, New Castle, Pennsylvania A few Castle. Pa., news monday june 23, 1030. R Ivi Well dressed a a fourth Lake advantage of these a Price it for Jii Alit cleaning one week Only starting today men s suits topcoats and overcoats cleaned pressed and reshaped for minor repairs a Rati companion specials menus ladies Felt hats loaned and re blocked Maste Rize Yolk a clothes a a a master cleaners phone 955 hear Clergyman Tell of travels rotary club addressed at noon by Rev. S. L. Maxwell Epworth pastor the Rev. S. L m to will pastor of the Epworth methodist Church Here related interesting experiences which or encountered on his visit to the holy i and and different countries of Europe two Summers Apo. During the address which he made at today s boys and girls 8 to 14 play Tom thumb Golf 1 a Amo 15c 2 games 25c the legion Home links Corner Jefferson and Falls streets t tuesday june 24th 9 to 11 a. M. Stock Market gains ground a a a a a a a a in religious and fraternal circles despite heavy Selling orders Market shows recovery in opening today by a. S. Cot sins International news service financial editor new York. June 23�?though handicapped with a heavy Load of Selling orders resulting from the wiping out of margin accounts by the thousands the Stock Market was Able to bring about a brisk rally today and restore a Good part of the ground lost on Friday and saturday bearish professionals launched a severe drive against the Industrial Blue chips in the third hour and succeeded in driving a dozen or More of the Active shares to new Low Levels. United states steel receded to 152 it Down 2 a american can to 1094 general electric under 64 Westing House to 125. After a moderate rally just Sciore the noon period the bears returned to the fray throwing Large blocks of the utilities and specialities on the Market. Wall Street was cheered by reports that powerful Bankers and bullish interest m their Over sunday conferences had come to the conclusion that prices of their favourites had receded Lar enough. Determination of this group to Quot support the Market caused a Quick change of front on the part of the bears Short covering took place All along the line As prices bounded Forward in the Pivotal stocks near the end of the third hour the tape was Clear and Industrial stocks were from a fraction to 3 4 Points above saturday s close. American can sold at 114. Up 4 Points Vanadium 75 4. Up 3 electric Power 64. Up 5 United aircraft at 49 4 up 2 Public service of n. J. At 90. Up 3 Bethlehem steel 80. Up 24 u s steel 155 a up Young people to picnic. Thursday evening of this week the a a y. P. U. Of the first Baptist Church will have a picnic meeting at the Church at six of clock. A real live picnic is being planned and a contest with George Swad Cuer and mrs. Paul Cook As captains. Auxiliary to picnic members of the Harry l. Mcbride past auxiliary of the v. F w. Will hold a picnic supper tuesday evening at Cascade Park for the members and their friends. Supper will be served in the Grove at 6 30. Missionary dinner the women a missionary society of the reformed presbyterian Church will have a Tureen dinner at noon wednesday at the Home of mrs. A. C. Gardner Pine Street at which time mrs. Agnes Snyder of f Ern Street will be the guest of Honor. Mrs. Snyder will soon leave for the aged Peoples Home in Pittsburgh. The dinner is not alone for members of the society but for All friends of mrs. Snyder. C lass picnic members of the Temple Bible class of the first Baptist Church will have their annual picnic dinner for members and families Friday evening at Cascade Park. The arrangements Are in charge of District d with mrs. Charles Mccune As chairman. Dinner will be served at 6 30 Daniel Kennedy is teacher of this class. First Christian Church members of Section two will meet wednesday at 1 p m at the Home of mrs. Fred Leonhart 838 Morton Street. Annetta Mckee class members of the Annetta Mckee Bible class will meet tuesday afternoon at 2 30 at the Home of mrs. M r. Newberry. 137 Garfield Avenue. Thursday at 6 30 the class will hold their annual picnic at Cascade Park for the members and families. Seven arrested for inciting of miners to riot Industrial warfare looms Coal Region of Pittston Over incident in meeting of the rotary club at the cast let on. The minister reviewed his travels abroad in a Way Winch thoroughly interested his listeners. Most of his remarks were along a humorous vein. Carl e. Paisley Secretary of the club presided at the meeting in the absence of president f. L. Burton and vice president t. W. Mccullough who Are in attendance upon the sessions of rotary International at Chicago this week. Assessed Small Fine William Stiver was taken into custody sunday by officers of the police Force at the request of his wife and Mother who objected to him driving to his work in Cleveland in his condition at that time. He was fined $5 this morning by mayor Gillespie. I tits us ion it i fews so Javk a Pittston. Pa., june 23.�?the grim spectre of Industrial warfare made its appearance Here today when police arrested seven men on charges of Mcc Nimg to riot when miners tried to tie up operations at All the Pittston Coal co. Collieries. One of the Rufen arrested. Victor Fornier 38. Pittston. Required medical attention alter police were forced to beat him into submission. Three Uff leers took him in change after they had been bombarded with bottles As they made their rounds of the storm area. Police said those arrested were pickets. Conflicting reports of the effectiveness of the strike were made by company officials and the insurgent leaders of the miners. Ruhe company men said All collieries were operating without Lack of men the miners claimed More than struck last saturday joined the walk out today. The trouble was raised by the miners w to claimed the company was not equalizing the operations and employment at its various collieries. They called the strike against the advice of the United mine workers of America officials. State troopers and Deputy sheriffs were aiding in guard duty at the collieries after today a outbreak. The company employs some 15,000 men. First Baptist Church Section 8 of the missionary society will meet wednesday All Day in the Church to quilt. Section 6 will meet thursday afternoon at the Home of mrs. C l me millin. Marshall Avenue with mrs. Flora Elmore As associate hostess. Central presbyterian there will be no More meetings of the Christian Endeavor during the summer months. The ladies Aid society and the helping hand class will meet wednesday at noon for a Farewell r in the Church dining room in Honor of mrs Amelia Wilson and her daughter Joyce who Are leaving soon of locate in Texas thursday the Central Circle will meet to make tablecloths dinner will be served at noon a a Gay tinted colors will beautify everything in the wardrobe and household 1 bring bark the original Brighina to faded clothes hive non colors to things of whose color you a e tired re Index will transform any material household or personal in just a few minutes. Select the Tinte product for your particular need from the list let Elowe you la find it easy to a get and perfect in results Vethe tinted Grol pm a if i inter Rex boxy tint Ami Dye All materials. Tinier Blue Box a for Lare. Trimmed milk Ftp tints the a ilk lace remains original color. 7 inter Dolor remoter remove old color from any material of it can in dyed a new color. U i term Vinine for restoring a Luff or to All bellowed w hit material. Park amp Tilford. Established 1840, guarantees tinted 1 a at All drug dept a Tore and notion counter. A c i Tex tints and dyes the Home of Gardner Stop members will a 10 35 a m. Trinity Church tuesday. 7 00 p. M boy scout Guild room Friday 8 00 p. M choir rehearsal Guild room As the Rector be no a member of the executive Council of the diocese of Erie is attending the Erie Pitts Burgh summer conference at . Saltsburg a. The Celebration of the holy communion it i tuesday the feast of St. John Baptist will be omitted. Highland United presbyterian tuesday at 2 30 p. M. The Naomi Circle will meet in the Church for their regular monthly meeting. Tuesday at 8 p. M. The Mary Balph cd s will meet in the Sabbath school room. A humorous no Aylce Quot How the Story grew will be presented by class members. Wednesday evening there will be the regular congregational meeting of prayer and Praise. Youth is killed in Highway crash first Christian Church. Section one will have a Tureen dinner wednesday at the Home of mrs. Percy Walls 426 Boyles Avenue. Mrs. Swan s class will hold their regular meeting Friday evening at the Home of mrs. Ralph Eakin 412 North Vine Street. In a Shelton Bible class will meet Friday evening at the Home of mass Agnes Webster 19 North front Street with mrs. C. M England As associate hostess. Eye Glass special again 1�� request Pio y lasses a a a invisible 81��z�� heading it caving and a round in bifocals near vision la get it a a real bargain. $0.75 $5-00 1 he .4buvi prices include examination and Choice of three Frame. Is year in new fax tie your guarantee. Or. H. Lloyd Rich Offit graduate of optometry Columbia i nivre site it Ltd North Mill Street la Nam 1 p a to 9 3b mornings in appointment. Ivy Dru a Day c closed All . Phone 3062. In Ernnt tonal new service Greensburg pa., june 23�?seven year old Francis Fago was killed instantly today and his brother Joseph 4. Was injured when the truck in which the boys were Riding collided with another car on brewery Hill near Here. John Fago. 17, elder brother of the boys and Driver of the truck escapes As did j h. Leech of Irwin Driver of the other car. A Cuba boasts that it is the Center of the sponge Industry. Another attraction for the vacation St a the san Antonio express. How one woman lost 20 pounds of fat lost her double Chin lost her prominent hips lost her sluggishness gained physical vigor gained in gained a shapely figure Epworth methodist c Hurch. This evening there will be orchestra practice at 7 o clock. Thursday at 3 p. M. The annual picnic will be held at the Home of senator and mrs. G. Weingartner on the Butler Road. A Tureen dinner will be served at 6 30. Friday evening at 7 45 there be choir practice. Monday evening. June 30. The Worth league will have a social the Church Lawn. W i up on fat first remove Jie contains the body organs i ave to fun if Sotir re a use Kruschen salts 6 Mineral salts your glands and Neres must Tion properly when your vital organs fail to perform their work correctly your bowels and kidneys can to throw of that waste material before you realize it you re growing hideously fat take one half Teaspoon in a Kruschke sets in a Glav Quot of hot watered Ery morn i g do not overeat walk a Little each Day in a weeks get on he and note How Many Jund. Of Tat a e vanished notice also that Vou have gained in enc skin is clearer your eyes spar Hll with glorious Calth you feel younger i i hoc. Keen r in mud. A Tuschen an1 ave any fat person a joyous Surprise. Get a a a 85c bottle of Kruschen salts from Eckerd s of new Castle. Inc., or any Ira org druggist anywhere in America Lasta t weeks if the first bottle does no to convince you this is til easiest safest Ani surest was to lose fat if you Don t feel a is prob improvement a a health of Glor Tou a a a get in \ a in you Money recur cd. Third United presbyterian. The Beaver Valley presbytery will meet at College Hill tuesday. Rev. S. P Copeland will be in attendance. This evening the session and trustees will meet in join session and matters of vital importance for the future Good of the Church when presidents of All societies and organized classes Are expected to be in attendance to arrange the Calendar. Wednesday afternoon from 2 to 5 fhe w. M. S. Will have a Tea in the y l. B c. Room the social committee will serve As hostesses. First m. E. Church the Post graduate class will meet thursday june 26, in the Church Parlours for a social evening. The Quern Esther auxiliary will hold its annual picnic for members and their families at Cascade Park. Tuesday evening. June at 6 30. The woman s Home missionary society v ill give ? a acc Tea wednesday june 25. In the primary rooms of the Church at 2 30 o clock. The ladies of the Guild will meet in the Church at 10 00 o clock thursday to quilt. Members of the foreign missionary a a cry a will Mer flip Home of mrs. 8 r Huey Wilmington Road at 1.00 o clock thursday june 26. For a picnic dinner. Daughters of u. Veterans members of the daughters of Union veterans will meet tuesday evening at 8 o clock in the u. V. L. Hall m the City building. Dorcas c lass to meet members of the Dorcas class of the Central Christian Church will have a Tureen dinner thursday at noon at mrs Philip Moore at on the Harmons line take the car leaving first presbyterian members of the Helena auxiliary will meet in the Church Friday a 2 30 with mrs i a. Moore As hostess the lords supper will be celebrated sunday morning. June 29 and in preparation for this even services will be held Friday evening at 8 of clock in the Church. Bethany lutheran the women a missionary society will meet tuesday evening at 8 o clock at the Home of mrs w e Mcmillin rear 833 Franklin Street. Sunday june 29 the lord s supper will be celebrated both morning and evening the members of the congregation have been extended an urgent invitation to visit the orphans Home a Zelienople which in supported by the Pittsburgh Synod of fhe lutheran Church. Zion lutheran Chun h the confirmation class will meet this evening at the Church at 7 30 with Rev j w Eckman As instructor. The brotherhood of the Church will meet thursday evening at 8 o clock in the Church Parlours. True Blue it lass meets members of the True Blue class of the second United presbyterian Church met Friday evening with Mildred roads. Edinburg. Following a Short business meeting there was music and conversation to fill the evening. Mrs. C j. Dodds was by Edwina Doods in serving july l a swimming party has been planned for Cascade Park London treaty is favourably reported it internal tonal Newt service Washington june 23�?the Senate foreign relations committee today favourably reported the London treaty on naval limitations to the Senate the vote 16 favouring the treat and four against it. A Tae qualify a tar to uru Higgins Bros phone 3700 \ 128 it wih furl 0trw4 part Wool no a a a a Way to pro Ide your Winter Blanket Blanket club 4.50 2x2 i uhf 50c Down and 50c a week for 8 weeks f come in tomorrow and secure a club aids done to delay get an appointment now in plenty of time for the fourth. Permanent regulation tugs for campers ion waving cd uni it suits $5 if Vou Are in doubt a to where to go your permanent a it a the lady w to has one a she will probably recommend the Higgins Beauty shop satisfied customers Are indeed our Best advertisement. Hue you will get wide natural Waves that will make you look your very Best. Phone 3700 for appointment $2-00 and $295 Here arc the Sun approve b the Camps association of America they arc Absolu a guaranteed have the a number of pork a a Blouse a Jack a a a girls rompers s2-95 Hoys and girls camping also need bathing suits. Towels sheets and Pillow cases blankets raincoats our la find them at Higgins at the right prices. Swimmer killed As head hits Bottom card of thanks the family of the 4tc William j Pinkerton desire to thank tie friends and neighbors for their kindness and sympathy extended during thar recent bereavement and for the Beautiful Loral tributes. The Pinkerton Fame i y local it a Paris Australia radio Telephone service is planned. Near Here yesterday discovered by other bather we v noticed the discoloured watch blood Ironi a deep Gash in. The Torch d Hud diluted the Pool. Police investigate loss of playthings 1 not National not is Sei v i Reading june 23�?apparently police author it it mis judge a the depth of the water the loss of the tru William f. Lefevre. 21, was killed in the son of h walk stantly when lie struck his head on Ham Avenue the the tiled Bottom of a swimming Pool Cycle and Wagon or. R. H. M. Mackenzie Pittsburgh a oldest and longest established specialist will be at his new Castle office 135 4 East North Street Friday of each week from 9 30 a. M. Until 8 15 p. M i it a. It. H m. Maekenzie who has to t i permanently located at Bio Penn a be. In a in a. For the past a years and who has Hen making weekly trips to his new Castle office every Friday is Imp 1s-2 wants a i suffer if to consult Flint when in need of the Nervine of an expert specialist to Iii do not forget the Day every Friday and i he hours from to -.0 a m. Until 8 16 p m if you wish to consult the old Doc Tor personally. Or. R. H. M. Mackenzie 135 4 East North Sirvert new Castle in a. 33 Limos loaded free thirty three pianos grands player and la a right it. Both new and used in drunk Iilva placed in Homes of new c Astle and Vicinity and the it Max by used until we nerd them w Lite he an indefinite time on a moment a notice the Baldwin company of Cincinnati a i met take Over the Cutie Stock cd then Fornaci dealer it Micron i a Bomier drat or thru it it a scratching and marring meant a terrific loss in or shipping to c Cincinnati i it a Iii Strung it been transferred Here and As a result oui floors Are or in a i giving Vou the a of this loss and will Cut prices sensationally Linni have even thought a a i Lumn a Pim a now time. All pianos not sold outright will in placed in the Homes it Tan Nile who ire int Ere a u a nig a a a Lano in the immediate future and of a or the valuable advertising we will to a ave pm havin families use them. Me Reserve fhe right to a elect the Home in which the a a piano a a ire to 6� p positively no charge or anything no cartage no rent or any expense whatever no it phone order \ of must a ii that t. A make your selection. No matter it Vou live out a a i town my Are just a a Welton to on a i in a a a St Ruments a those residing right in the City i Here Are no a to mgr to it Thi it Olicki a a once in a lifetime. Snyder piano co. 20 North Marcor St. 0 1 a g open pave e tie tit in the own a m i laced

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