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New Castle News (Newspaper) - November 27, 1929, New Castle, Pennsylvania A a to new Castle news. Wednesday november 27. 1929. New ruling gives strict secrecy to utilities reports giant Utility concerns with eyes on smaller concerns we not be allowed # Access where to go tonight will expend billions in business expansion no de very of mail thursday dome Laura Laplante in a the love trap a with Neil Hamilton. Comedy Alt Art in a taxi hours november 28, the new Castle Post Capitol a Gold Diggins of Broadway a with an All Star cast. 100 percent natural colors also lots of added attractions. A National or regents a the girl from a il.�?~\firisburg, nov. 27, Vana a with Liola Lane and Paul Utility irom other states Page. All talking comedy Nat card who watch with avid the opera-1 ion of Small uth the ultimate object of gobbling or the smaller will be foiled h i lie filing of William d. B. Ainey. Chairman of the Public service . Succeeds in purpose. Annual reports of Pennsylvania Utility companies heretofore of easy in the commission offices Are no longer open to immediate inspection by the Public it was Learned to Dikiy. Chairman Mincy. Explaining the purposes of the ruling said a we made the ruling because big Utility from Chicago and a new York were continually in our offices looking u annual n ports to be if there Wasny to some Litt e Power or water company they could buy up t hey literally stamped us. A it Wasny to air to the companies 0 to the Public to have Large Cor a rations constantly watching the reports simply with the idea of acquiring new interests. A the ruling was in the interest of the Public. It was not intended to keep records from publication. If any citizen comes Here and to Sec a report to find out if he sufficient grounds for complaint 01 any kind before the commission he will be i permitted to see the report m question at once. Any sensible and adequate for of the reports will not be ignored or refused. A in a two gun Ginsburg a also All talking a Vita phone act. State a movie tone follies of 1929�?� �?100 per cent singing talking and dancing. Penn a the Greene murder�?�, with William Powell Florence eld Ridge Ullrich Haupt Jean Arthur and Eugene Pallette. Movie tone stage presentation Rudy a Valee and his or a Chestra in a radio All talking comedy a buying a Conti tied prom paste one Pend Turc of $20,000,000 great Northern and Northern Pacific $50,000,000 each. 2. Special residential construction and improvement involving a total expenditure of $2,000,000,000 from funds made available in Large measure by the release of three and a half billion dollars from the Call loan Market. This by no Means Cove tvs the whole Field of construction which m 1930 will reach a total of $6,000.000, 000 if it does nothing More than equal the record of the last two years. Billion for highways. 3. Pledged expenditure of $1,000,-000,000 for state Highway construction and an equal amount for country roads and City streets. New York City will be represented to the extent of 1 $200,000.000 Chicago is drafting plans for a $100,000,000 municipal improvement project and a score or More Vij Union service prominent american commonwealths a a a a a a a a a will make their contribution to the a a aggregate 4. Specified expenditure of $850,-000,000, some of it Long deferred for the expansion of american Utility office 1929, at office the windows will remain closed All Day. Rural and City delivery discontinued for the Day. Collections will be made from 7 45 a. To 8 45 Uptown Only and from 3 00 p. To 5 00 p. M., going South first. Mails dispatched As per Holiday schedule. Edwin w. Crawford postmaster. At Cathedral continued prom Pago gaol a new observes Cost Toyea prom Page Oao a shovel is being used in the Vicinity of har Lansburg where a new route is being made for the Highway at present. Concerns supplying Light heat Power in Trinity Church by the great Fri and other essential services to the ice of thanksgiving which Christ a Fri ready to a ppr a Fown ords hei a a in nop son pie Lor x the holy communion or lord s sup i Laurence a Ward mra. Henry web deaths of the Day j John Wilkins John Wilkins aged 72. Of 452 Croton Avenue a retired insurance Man. Died at the new Castle Hospital tucs i Day at 10 45 p. Following an ill i of 10 Days from pneumonia. I or. Wilkins was born in chasm i water. England april 4, 1857, where j at the age of 16 years he entered the. Employment of the Prudential in i Durance company of England later j coming to the United states where j he settled at Mckeesport As superin a to indent of the Prudential company. I he then entered the service of the metropolitan company and had been with them for 35 years at the time of his retirement. He came to new Castle 24 years ago from Woonsocket. R. I., and was superintendent of the metropolitan company Here until his retirement. He had just received his 45th service bar. Or. Wilkins was a member of the Epworth m. E. Church and the f. Amp a. At Woonsocket I. Surviving him Are three Brothers prank and Richard Wilkins of Pittsburgh and William of England a sister mrs. Pett of England four , Harry John William and Albert. Of new Castle and four daughters mrs. Ralph Thompson mrsa a i a Benr 7-��� a m Ster of new Castle and mrs. Andrew kind Standard amp electric com the hour is 7.3u a. J a a. a Pany $63,000,000 utilities Power a at the second service one of l held from Lii Fht com Nav s60 and new or Praise and thanksgiving at 10 i Sevik a Mill be lies a a Fri a ,1 m Ftp Shnir will sine music Wodro residence Friday afternoon at York Telephone company Well m the Noii win sing music Appie a a a a a a of rpm a t it yupik Cess of $150,000,000 Commonwealth plate to the Day and the rec a will i a q q interment will Southern $80,000,000. Pleach a Short Sermon on and Rev. C. G. Farr. Interment Lmh 5. A $1,250.000,000 outlay for the Oscar Hicks. Enlargement of producing and manufacturing facilities of the giant Amer _ a natural and the a a plication of by made in Oak Park cemetery. Christianity to following the experience of of her years it is of boy tomorrow is thanksgiving and we can almost taste that Turkey and pumpkin pie and everything right now. Our old clothes will do Toke football am a Washington is. Neca i but after that we must act to led out at the a sky climbers store Reynolds sum mers amp a Cirann. Suits the kind that Wear Well and at the same time done to Cost too much at Aav i Cimias Nav. Exp xxx i a a Oscai Hicks Eccl 37, did at the ican corporations Between now and j confidently expected that the i family Home rear 818 South Mercer the end of 1930. The american Tel be Over at 11 a. M., go up it 1 g.30 a. From -��0y t i a n i \ a a m a a a a ill $7-75 to $15 a a a d warm fair Campaign makes Progress Cost Llotd from fag a oat Tel company sets the Pace Mith a budgeted outlay of $700,000,000. The steel Industry As a whole my ill spend $300,000,000, the Dupont enterprises $25,000,000. 6. A Federal ship building program of close to $250,000,000 Over a ten year period with annual appropriations in addition for specific government service including the transportation of the mails of $26,000,000 a Federal Road Aid fund of $125,000,000 to be a of Lime for the social and athletic festivities of the Day. South Side churches the South Side churches will hold Union services in the first congregational Church. Wednesday evening at 7 30 at my hich time Rev. W. C. Ten Ell of the primitive methodist Church will preach the Sermon taking As his topic a a god a deliverance Are we thankful. Rev. Rees t. Viil preside. Airways company sued for $m,000 Ira Rnic Loi gift w serf a Pittsburgh. Nov. 27�?tl e Hina Man aircraft corporation an Eastern concern is named As the defendant in the lawsuit filed in Allegheny county which involves an air plane Accident. Eat c. Dean and life. Mary l. Dean Pittsburgh ask $50,000 for injuries suffered by mrs. Dean when a plane owned by the Ori oration landed at Bettis Field Liere Mith great violence. The suit states that mrs. Dean a passenger in the plane thrown to the floor so violently that her leg was broken. a result it is claimed one leg is Shorter than the other. In the fair world and each year sees better fairs being presented. There has been a debt of $22,000.00 hanging Over the fair for some time and the directors Felt that with this out of the Way they could put on fairs with greater ease and efficiency. It is planned to dispose of 100 acres of land which the association is holding but which is not needed for the fair grounds As they Are ample. The present Campaign for Selling Stock is under the agreement that unless All of it is subscribed none Mill be paid for. This is a fair agreement and has met myth the approval of those interested. A meeting will be held in the court House on Friday night for the purpose of electing five directors and disposing of other business matters. Propri ated among the various i chums la Ako Mke part and Madra Hicks o Road building bureaus. Be fu.n4?d by the to a a d a brother in Ai or less promptness by individuals and chant. Church corporations throughout the country they have been Apee Mcnally u de by the inspiring conferences of in a rec Rhor Srisav at 11 dust Iai and financial leaders sum bronchial pneumonia. He was born in Richland ga., january 2, 1892. The son of or. And mrs Andrew Hicks and came to new Castle about 4 years ago where he has been employed As a Mill my order. He is survived by his life. Lula Jarrolds Hicks his Mother mrs. Mattie Hicks of Richland a five Sisters. Mrs. Mira Campbell of Youngs Tom i mrs. Hallie Goff of Detroit and three Sisters in Ric Liland and three of and one in Chicago. Time of funeral in charge of Rev. W. W. Eng Rani will be announced. Money by president Hoover m response to the general feeling that special efforts my Ere necessary to combat the paralysing effects of a fearful cataclysm in the Stock Market. Skilful execution of the plans Mill provide employment to thousands i v. Workmen and energize the Industrial fabric of the whole country. The Industrial Outlook is brighter than it was a month ago. Funeral of mrs. Carl c. Reed. Funeral services for mrs Carl c. Reed my Ere held from the family residence Neshannock Boulevard tuesday afternoon at 2 30 in charge of Rev. Ii. C. Weaver of the first m. E. Church. The Many Floral tributes and Large attendance bespoke the esteem in i my hich she my As held by a Large Circle a John americanism wishing you j could Tell those Fellows in washing i ton How to manage things wishing i you Knem How to your kid Pennsy opposes rest fullness. That spot in the sacred acres dedicated to Loving memory should bring a feeling of Beauty and repose. Let us As amp iat you Oak Park memorial co. Near Oak Park cemetery. 334 Moody a. Westfield presbyterian thanksgiving services Mill be held this evening in the Westfield Church with a program suited to the occasion. Center u. P. Union a die supper Rock presbyterian. A i friends. Pall bearers were the Harmony Baptist the Greenwood i Neal Doris Fulkman Harold Hutshi and Savannah methodist churches son. Daniel Rosser Lewis Mccluny will join in a service of thank solving and Walter Shaw. Bunal was made in the Center United presbyterian in King s Chapel cemetery Church wednesday evening at 7 45 Sermon will be delivered by Rev. F. Mrs. Adaline Weaver. Cobb pastor of the Harmony Bap mrs. Adaline Weaver widow of if list congregation. David Weaver of 215 k. L. Amp m. I me St. Josephus Church building died in the City Llew dial Lull Lillic thursday at 9 a. St. Josephus. Hospital tuesday after a six weeks _ Church will celebrate thanksgiving j illness of complications. She was c u 1x7 la r.,� with High mass during which an old born at West Middlesex. Pa., the says it would be but Jiyun of thanksgiving wiil be Chan daughter of a. H. And Martha a aide line serving no new Ted. Morris Pioneer settled s of disunion Baptist. Strict. And has lived in a pm Castle All yield plans Mere completed for the in her life and has Bce in employed by ion thanksgiving service to be held the Neu Castle dry goods company Washington. Nov 27. A t h e Union Baptist Church thurs As head fitter in the alteration de Pennsylvania Railroad today made j a by morning at 11 of clock by the apartment for a number of years vigorous objection to the application i finance of a Cut . I she a member of the finst Bap of the Pittsburgh and West Quot Virginia the program to be carried out by test Church and survived by a Railroad to construct a Branch line Alliance at the thanksgiving daughter. Ethel being cd Weaver a from a Point on Connellsville sex service. Mith the help of the commit granddaughter. Mary Elixabeth Dix tension to a connection with the Don choral will be As folios on a brother John Morris and three Ora Southern Railroad in Pennsyl selection by the chorus. Sisters mrs. Martha a. Treser. Mollie Vania. Invocation Rev. We. L. Eng Rani , All of Nemo Castle pa., and in a Brief filed Mith the interstate . Mrs. Frank h of Youngs Commerce commission the Pennsyl scripture Reading Rev. C. D. Hen Tom a. O. Knickers in corduroys Serges Cassimeris and mixes at $1.45 to $2.95 overcoats Fleecy ones that will give Good service Blue s. Rays tans and fancy patterns at $5-75 to $18 boys leather Coats made of horse hide Good warm collars sheepskin linings with wrist warmer. Also Blue corduroys and Leatherette. Just the thing the boys like at $7-75 to $14-75 leather helmets si.00 51.45 si.95 52.45 according to Grade and make sport Hose in play and Fant terns 49c to si.00 u under car in both Long and knee lengths is to si.50 j loves. Dress and school Wear. 65c to si.45 sweaters both Light and heavy weights. Si.45 to $3.95 everything a boy wears from Cap to shoes Reynolds Summers amp Mccan Vania claimed Public convenience and person. G reflection a moments thought and ail of us can find ample cause for thankfulness on thanksgiving Day. Appreciation of what we have is acceptable thanks indeed. Book Leyde mortuary 337-339 Neshannock ave. Phone 61. Whites Well executed funeral services in their hour of grief the bereaved Mill find the Burke expert mortuary service a comforting Aid through their sympathetic handling of the practical details and their direction f an fungi Al. Courteous service at All times. Darrell Burke phone 4950. Funeral Home 319 n. Jefferson us the body has been removed to flu Offutt i ineral Home where Funera Mill be held i iday att Enuton Al 3 of clock Mith Rev. G. Landl a officiating. Interment will be made in Oak Park cemetery. Mrs. Marv James mrs. Mai a . Aged 52. Wide John l. James died tuesday evening about 11 30 o clock at her Home alter an due to a complication of diseases. Mis. James was born in Wale. October 27. 1877. And had been a of this City for about nine . She Mas a member of the firs congregational Church and was much and favourably known in a mide Circle of friends and her death causes wide Monongah a ri�rdm7ton"is Yoyta-1 today had been a a creasing the Road told the commis a e slate Highway patrolmen who Foi i she leaves her Htu Banri. One Broth Sion. But there is a very substantial one week will conduct an Active Camor. Edward Davis of balt mime. diversion increasing from year to against motorists who arc net a one sister mrs. Wilh in Reese of year of traffic from the existing rail displaying the yellow sticker show blame Krecl this City and a so Star lines to the Inland Waterways. I that their automobiles have Boon it in Swansea. Wales. The report declared the proposed inspected and approved. Branch would be an inferior line a m Hen compared Mith the facilities offered by the Pennsylvania. Necessity at Donora do not require the proposed line. It said a it is urged that the Public should not be burdened Mith the additional facility that Mould be constructed by the Pittsburgh and Virginia. The proposed Branch my Ould parallel i existing facilities of the Pennsylvania it Mould not perform any service that could not be performed by the Pennsylvania and that All traffic and revenues that m Ould be realized by the Branch Mould be diverted from the a the service and facilities of the Pennsylvania Are excellent and it can handle a substantially increased volume of traffic a the Brief said. Traffic on the Pennsylvania a present selection chorus. President s proclamation Rev. H. Coffey. Selection chorus. Sermon Rev. W. W. Nel on. Solo mrs. Katy Engs. Offertory a. Benediction Rev g. L. Smith. Rev. William Hodge master of ceremonies. St. Andrewes episcopal. Thanksgiving services m ill be held at 10 a. Thursday in the St. An drum s episcopal Church East Long Avenue in charge of Rev. George Grambs. Intent Iona news ser ice Pittsburgh nov. 27�?Pittsburgh funeral Ervilee will be held Fri Day afternoon at 2.30 of clock from the residence 302 a. T Reynolds Street and interment will be made in Oak Park cemetery funeral of Samuel a. Mcanlis Quot i unix to services were held tue Xix Nite noon Samuel w. Min Anir v. To died in novembe�?T-18, conduced at the Home of Ster not Mcanlis in big Beav r township by Rev. J. S. Snyder it 1 kill age Ilii i. A h. Wylie of College Hii and or. J g. Reed of new Galilee. Beai eiss included William Sirrell and Wallace . Nephews and Ros Ckik and William Anderson. m made in the reformer. Lan cemetery a new see. Rev. Fretz held Over next week Rev. Jordan h. I Yociz mho con Ducimo a revival service at like Christian and missionary a Hance Church at Moravia Stop on the Harmony line will continue Pomer Lul until sunday december 8, at the a quest of the official Board and he congregation of the Church. Ills forceful presentations with fundamental truths of the Bible an i finding their Way into the of i tie people. For the sl three eve rungs he has been speaking on a eth new birth and will continue this important Subjec thi. Evening at 8 of clock. An Oag service my ill precede the preach ii. And will to led by John Bunny Chor a tar of Al Hood cite. Payroll theft suspect waives on extradition Pittsburgh detectives go Chicago to return Milton to Pittsburgh to it a v a i x a a a r \ t. E it Chicago. Xxiv. 27, Burke Aid Albert Shedlock. Of Luburgh. Aile Glausy Ciui Ity dec chives an n. Civic ago today to return Milf on Carien. 4 y of Turtil Creek pa., to Pittsburgh . A payroll clerk in the. West link hopi e Eli ctr and manufacturing company Plant a East put Burgh is alleged to have Tuscon did who $15 -000 of i lie company s Jia Roll. The detect Weie so no in re after local authority Ivy of sent word to Pittsburgh that had expressed willingness to Vaive extradition. Two third is of the alleged stolen Money has been recovered it is reported Neve. Part of it was found on when he was an ested Here and in Danks in which he had deposited it on Ilis arrival. Six Bond issues Given approval a i a of 1 Tus Harrisburg nov. 27.�?the department of internal affairs today announced approval of six Bond Issue including one of $1,000.000 by Indiana county to be used for Road building and maintenance. Other Issue were a to Lions Wellsboro Tioga county. $12.000 x streets Beaver fail Brouen Sci cd l District. Beaver co ant. $150 tor schools West Reading Boi Sugii. Berk. Count $90.000 for sewers and streets Sharon. Mercer county s55.000 for streets and Sia in ton school District. A Elhugh county. $20.000 for schools. Pm m ear foot Saver shoes and enjoy a new foot Comfort Sam h. Mcgoun Good shoes offices closing for thanksgiving Headquarters of the Erie amp Ashtabula division of the Penis Sylvania Railroad Mill suspend activities tonight until Friday morning that officials and clerks might enjoy the thanksgiving Holiday. Grab bag november 27, 1929. We loan Money ii bums of $25.00 to $300.00 few housekeepers and property owners at lawful Rales without red tape or endorsers bonded to the state of Pennsylvania. Entire Cost of it lox a .�24 four months $2.18 $64 four months $5.60 $36 four months $3.16 $96 four months $8.40 a Tricky Cohill Dentali and courteous dealings your inquiry incurs do obligation. Nem borrowers Meic Omea Quick a a a ervice. J.4 4 in and Hoor. 204 we Juon bldg. I on i or Lii amond take the Safe and proved remedy a a laxative quinine. It cleanses the system and the quinine relieves the cold. Groves drug Axtt mix alive Bromo quinine tablets suede Toful since 1889 who am i what position do i fold in charge of what upon that cite did russian re t i Nus bestow the name a holy Mother of the ? a what English aria Loisil i ame to the United states in 1876 and delivered the opening at Johns Hopkin a the lord is the portion of mine inheritance and of my where is Ssagc found in the Bible . In i sons born on this Day Are Ery Strong willed. They Cio not Liko to Ackrom ledge . To be in the wrong. Star lore of Arnicus listing a in Sak by Arthur div. Carpenter. Another very distinguished nor Plain located not far from the cent i of the Moons face but in the Northeast quadrant copernicii.?. It a diameter of 56,02 Milch and is the finest in All the Northern quadrant of the surface. An enlarged photograph of Coper Nicias Shoms n great mass of Complex mountains and that radiate trom it a Center. Mith frequent valleys intervening Many Bright streaks extend from Copernicus in All directions. Near great Crater the Bright streams unite and form a sort of Nimbus that Here and there interrupted by dark streaks and spots. How wonderfully Trango Are natures woik.-. More Tomo irom it to in org Oills auctions. 1. David a Ingalls .Sllant store air of Llic Navy aviation. 2. Baseom 3 Thomas h Huolt \. 4, Palms Xvi 5. Sure Relief a makes Quot you feel better Quot a a a i Csc fms 6 Beu hot water sure Relief Dell for indigestion 254 and 754 everywhere Only 2 More Days in which to take a ���1��� of Smith a a reduced prices Send your cleaning to Smiths and get the Best phone s85 we Are ready to inert the Clemand for Lii is Inas cards gifts wrappings and our Salt a eks been in arranged. Of make shopping easy fur you we mention v new Box Assor Trneny of cards just received�?12 la Caoli Ful Scenti Innis by it g ugly esl $1.00 a Box a a 12 eos be i tee Neil met e. tvs is i oin Imprest oni 50c ailed for Ami Orl Wied same of. Men s Felts Thoro Highl it nid re shaped i the new Hines eat a 75c notice to the Public s it i t b s. The mater 1 of new visible no connection with a other or it t leaning slab a Hinnent. To avoid confusion or Iii appointment be lire to All 885 �?~-4& \ a by Muat a a a a a a a a office h Quioro e>17 so to plea s by of mass a a Ociot 5� for e a it Mith a 4�?Tslk�?~h Laid most Caners ail Ibdih

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