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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - July 29, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                             DULY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE MONTHS ENDING DECEMBER 31 1932 FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Beet Newt of the Day 57TH 17657 Dally Wire Reports of United UP and International Service INS CHESTER PA SATURDAY JULY 29 1933 PRICE TWO CENTS NRA PACT NOT TO INTERFERE WITH LABORCONTRACTS If Adjustments Cannot Be Made Employers Will Not Get Honor Eagle SECRETARY TO WED GOVERNOR POLLARD Pacts With Government C on t i n u e as Pledge Cards Return WASHINGTON July President Roosevelts vast scheme for higher wages and more workers in industry was given official interpre tation today that may affect the very foundation of labors relationship with capital While businessmen by the thou sands were signing up under the code of the blue eagle the National Recovery Administration issued in terpretations of six principal clauses in the Presidents blanket code for business Most significant of these decisions makes it mandatory upon members of NRA to conform to all the wage provisions of the code even though the provisions conflict with existing labor contracts The interpretation hinges upon PINCHOT ORDERS GUARD INTO SOFT COAL STRIKE ZONE Takes Action When Sheriff of Fayette County Re fuses to Withdraw Declares Martial Law One Unit Goes From Mt Gretna Camp FLAMES CAUSE SEARCH FOR MISSING DAMAGE TO AUTO i BOY PROVES FUTILE Flames in an automobile parked on Edgmont avenue in front of the main gate of the Chester Rural ceme tery about 930last evening were No clues have boen found to the whereabouts of Arthur Biron 9 of 120 East Washington avenue Clifton Heights missing since Thursday The child son ol Mr and Mrs Roneo extinguished by firemen of the Maya Biron was sought by volunteer flre mensing and Good Will companies men Upper Darby township police but not before they caused consid erable damage to the engine and wiring A man who was stopped by the owner a resident of the District of Columbia and asked It he had a and a detail from the state police barracks In Media He was last seen by schoolmates at St Charles Horromeos Parochial School Onkview when hr left them at Springfield road near Harrison PAROLESGRANTED FOUR PRINCIPALS IN GRAFT CASES 3 Former Constables and Special Deputy Sheriff Are Released From Jail nrecxtliisuisher admitted having I avenue saying he was joing to get a one in his car but would not loan t piece of ico from an Ice wagon it unless paid a dollar While the I wo j The mother received a telephone MILFORD Pa July Governor Plnchot tooay ordered the Pennsylvania National Guard into Fayetle county to preserve order in the bituminous strike districts The governor declared martial law in the county as soon as detachments of guardsmen arrived at the scene Irom their training camp at Mt Grctna A train load of troopers was or dered out from Mt Grctna at 730 a m The detachment consisted of one battalion of Infantrymen The governors decision to take over Fayette county for law and or der preservation followed argued the flre got otu of control and the district flre companies were summoned the fire extinguisher owner In the meantime disappearing in the crowd WHEAT GROWERS WILL GET BONUS County Farmers Receive Information Regarding Allotment Scheme call last with a message that the boy was in an abandoned mill section along Darby Creek Search there wns fruitless nor could the anonymous caller be located DEPUTY SHERIFF BLOCKS Uses Football Tactics to Bring Down Prisoner Who Eluded Guard HAS 12 STATE POSTS Falls Under Indictment in Rum Ring Probe Placed on 10 Years Probation WASHINGTON July section seven of he code which re quires that pay shall not be reduced even when hours are shortened and orders that equitable readustmcnts shall be made to increase wage scales above the minimum It Is not the purpose of this agreement to interfere with main tenance of contracts entered into by exercise ol collective bargaining explained Donald Richberg counsel lor NRA IV dogs not force the breaking of contracts No contracts are affected by the agreement If the employer cant adjust his contract then he cant sign the agreement The agreement neither authorizes nor requires the breaking of contracts But the em ployer cannot get the blue eagle un til and unless he complies He said he believed that influence of labor unions and public opinion would be powerful persuaders Other interpretations Issued by NRA concerned methods by which employers may settle difficulties pe culair to their busineses set the date lor compliance in good faith with the code settled possible conflicts The engagement of Governor John G Itne Prt Sheriff Harry Pollard of Virginia and Miss Violet tQ withdraw hisdeputy Elizabeth McDourall his executive i allow state to patrol the strike j mcnt scheme made public today by secretary has been announced by districts where numerous disorders the Department of Agriculture Four principals In notorious so called graft cases were released from the county prison late yester day under parole orders from the Court They were William J Falls former constable of Lower Chtchesler township Shirley OBrien former constable of Tinicum township Frank Plait former constable of Rid ley township tmrt William Servoss former special deputy sheriff of Charles M Johnson state treasure tlystone t North Carolina maybe the conn The plea for the parole of Falls trys champion oftlceliolHcr The re was made before JudRrs John M cent legislature him 11 nlhc Broomall and Albert Dutton Mao posts hut limited him to salary Deputy Shcrlfl Harrv Leanproved Dadc a week ago when Myron M anil thereby rtTcctert economics His extra work makes htm chief execu tive of Die state school commission hnnrrt of Assessment veterans loan hoarit hanking conimlsxion sinking fund commission stud six other itn 1 KILLED 9 HURT WHEN CARS CRASH AT MARCUS HOOK Speeding Autos Sidewipe Each Other Early To day Near Oil Plant lowed refusal on county fanners must hold their proj himself a hero yesterdav when us CnfTcy Federal investigator In the E Hackney duction of wheat next year to 20nc R nvinc tackle effectively ho Grand Jury cases appeared in Court uly sheriffs and 936 bushels under the domestic y CnjTcy was in Court agu n yesterday brought down a prisoner who tried to escape while being taken from On the basis of this allotment Judge John M Broomalls courtroom Miss Mcbougalls mother Mrs Ellen ihaTve becn reported McDougall a resident of Winnipeg In connection with ordering out wheat farmers in the county will be I to the county jail Canada MISS McDougall shown Ilhe troops it was stated that the j paid this fail as a bonus for I The prisoner is Raymond Sinclair Continued on Last Page HONOR BALDWIN WORKS OFFICIAL Abel T Holmstrand of 868 North 27th Philadelphia since 1924 chiefengineer of the Baldwin Loco motive Works received the decora tion of the Knight of the Order o Vasa First Class yesterday from King Gustav V of Sweden Consul General Olof H Lamm o the Royal Swedish Consulate New York conferred thedecoration Mr Holmstrand has been associated the Baldwin plant thirtynine years and has been secretary thirty four years of the Swedish Beneficial Society of Philadelphia He is active in SwedishAmerican oreanizations bove in a recent governor portrait is 44 the proclamation declaring martial law holding down production In an cfTort I 24 of West Philadelphia who was ar or si had been printed and would be posted j to defeat the export surplus problem i rested yesterday morning for con COURT REJECTS PLEA FOR PAROLE Police of Marcus Hook Again Criticised in Slot Machine Case in the county immediately Having learned from press sources that Sherifl Hackney had wired me refusing my offer to take charge In the strike area and thus prevent vio lence I called him up and laid this definite proposition Pinchot said before him If he would make way for the State police by taking out his depu ties whose handling of the strike has already lead to so much violence I would send the police in at once in sufficient force to maintain order If he would not I would send in the National Guard Next spring will receive an additional tempi of court being several thous 52093 or a fraction less depending j ancis of dollars In arrears on a sup on whether the second payment is port order for his wife and child 8 or 10 cents a bushel The first is at the rate of 20 cents Along with 12 other prisoners Sin clair was being taken from the court Every wheat farmer in Delaware room down a rcur stairway to the county will be asked to sign a i cells in the sheriffs office from tract for acreage reduction when the j where a tunnel leads to the prison county control association Is formed j Three deputy shcrills were In charge and individual allotments are speciof the prisoners most of whom were fied j men whose time had expired and had The countys 5year average of i been released by the court seeded acreage on which j As he was Hearing the boltom of the allotment is 54 per he stairway Sinclair the first man cent of 1770 acres the in line eluded his guard and dashed meat stated with average yield of down the corridor towards the rcar Conditions in Marcus Hook were i Tne sheriff refused lo withdraw 122 bushels per acre or a total of entrance of the courthouse again critized by Judge Albert Dut his deputies and I have ordered out 763 bushels freedom ton MacDade yesterday when he re the Guard j If all farmers In the country acj Lenry doing Riiarci duty Pinchot conferred with officials oljcept this offer the first payment this corridor heard the commotion and ir who Mine Workers of America j fall will be 590000000 with sprinted after Sinclair When several T31I11 cus Hook restaurant proprietor who is serving two months for havingt a slot machine in his store Nicolaids when he pleaded guilty declared that members of the Mar cus Hook police force visited his store saw the machine and said noth ing This he taid led him to believe that it was legal Yesterday he said Continued on List Page 000 next spring i feet behind the prisoner Lcary ex LINDBERGHS PLY TO BAFFIN LAND the benefit payments COPENHAGEN July SUSPECTS IN MAIN that he made a mistake about the Col Charles A Lindbergh and Mrs police and denied that he said they told him the machine was legal You will stay in jail until you de cide to open up Judge MacDade declared There are too many re ports reaching our ears about con ditions in Marcus Hook especially slot machines and we are determined to break it up When he learned that Nicolaids INSURE ALL U DARBY SCHOOL BUILDINGS Eleven school buildings in the Up per Darby section will be perpetu ally insured against fire losses to the amount of 52357000 it was an nounced yesterday by the insurance committee of the Upper Darby Board of Education According to the committee the perpetual insurance saves the school district about 40 per cent of the amount paid each year formerly The policy is to become paid up imme diately members of the committee said ilndbcrgh a flight over I territory left usually to Eskimos and Arctic explorers took off in theiri plane from Holstensborg Greenland yesterday fora visit to Baffin Land according to word received here to day The flight took the Lindberghs westward across the 200 miles of Davis Strait that joins the Atlantic with Bafiin Bay just north of the Arctic Circle above Hudson Strait and Hudson Bay They had been flying along the Greenland coast for some days look ing over the territory with a view to a northern Atlantic air route On Thursday the Lindberghs flew over the Greenland ice area a great cap rising to from 8000 to 10000 feet that covers the entire interior of the great island They reported when they returned to Holstensborg that they found a good landing place on a fjord in the interior THVPTCl JUTtiTlO was recently granted a beer license Judge MacDade ordered the county treasurer to investigate the mans character and revoke the license There is no excuse for the way you are lying and trying to shield some one Judge MacDade said to the prisoner Another Marcus Hook slot machine proprietor George Dumel was pa roled upon payment of the fine and costs Dumel claimed that the ma chines found in his restaurant were his own property and did not say that members of the police force saw them Assistant District Attorney LouLs r rvmrrir A Bloom represented the common NEW DEAL DEVELOPS Within 10 days Secretary Wallace edited a perfect flying tackle cfttch said the department will be able to ing Sinclair below the knees and tell individual farmers how much they bringing him down As they rolled must cut their acreage to share in i about other deputies arrived and handcuffed Sinclair The attempted escape took place as the courthouse employes were leav ing for the day and there was con siderable commotion as the prisoner made his dash Armed deputies were unable to fire at the fugitive bccavisc of the crowded corridor Ifvcs in the 900 block West Third street this city played the role of a hero about a year ago when he disarmed a crazed Negro at Third and Lloyd streets after the Negro shot and killed another Negro Leary sitting on his porch at the time of the shooting rushed across the street took the smoking revolver from the Negro and arrested him The man once known as the best barber in the Eastern Penitentiary and two others are under arrest on hargesof robbing several homes in Main Line suburbs in recent months Among the places they are sus pected of robbing is the home of John B McClatchy Allcndalc road and City line Ovcrbrook Hills It was robbed in the absence of the family last Sunday night while po lice were investigating the murder The order paroling Falls for a pe riod of 10 years was writ ten by Judge MacDiule who sentenced the former Linwood constable on January Ifi 1931 to terms aggregating five years Falls WAS convicted of extortion bribery conspiracy and malfeasance inoffice along with D Harvey Sykes Samuel Scott and several others from Chester and vicinity During his incarceration for a period exceeding two and onehalf years we are advised by our proba tion ofllcer in whose Judgment we have great confidence that this de fendant has demeaned himself prop erly and adhered strictly to the discipline of the county prison writes Judge MacDnde The opinion refers to the recent Federal Indict ment against Kails and cites the statement of Department of Justice Agent Caffey that there was no ob jection to the defendants release upon parole provided sufficient notice In the I of nls discharge be given so that a Federal warrant might be served Falls Is paroled in the care of Pro bation Officer Lewis Palmer and the Rev Hugh P Read of Linwood It Is stipulated I hat he pay his fine and costs which It is said Amount lo approximately John E McDonough counsel for Falls said that ball was ready for the Federal Indictment Attorney Howark Kirk representing Platt OBrien and Servoss yestcr poriant bodlts COUNTY DRYS MEETAT MEDIA Speaker Attacks the Re peal Question From New Angle Plans Outlined At a meeting of tho Allied Citizens In Support of the Eighteenth Amend Member of Negro Baseball Club Met Instant Death Others in Hospital Ten persons five of them Negroes were injured one fatally In a head on automoblic collision on Post road opposite the Pure Oil Company plant shortly after 5 a m today The dead man Benjamin Brown 28 Negro lived at 2416 Sharswood street Philadelphia He was short stop on the Chester AllStars a pro fessional team that played the Salis bury Indians of Salisbury Md in a night game last night The Injured are Blanche Burris 22 129 Summit street Aniline Village broken nosa and head injuries Bertha Burris 20 sister of Blanche same address lacerations of the knes and sprained right wrist Jean Bell 21 1714 West Fourteenth street Wilmington Del lacerations of scalp mid sprained back M C Warrington 32 Green street Marcus Hook lacerations of the faca ana scalp Louis Cohey 37 Marcus Hook se vere lacerations of the scalp nose and dislocation and possible fracture of the left arm Jack Farrell 42 Negro 227 Market street passible skull fracture and probable internal injuries Farrell is manager of the Chester AllStars Earl L Davis 28 negro 6619 Rosa street Philadelphia lacerations of the face scalp and left Henry Palme 30 Negro 1413 West Ninth street this city lacerations of the face and arms Joh s Negro 225 Mar of Mr McClatchys uncle Frank A ITTPTIW A V MrfiHifDiv in a tirfnan attPmnl tun A I U S TREASURY BALANCE wealth and Harold B Ramsey was attorney for both defendants PA FARMERS LOT IS SEEN IMPROVED gantic and comprehensive scheme of i developing publicly owned electric power In all sections of the nation The President himself has person ally directed the movement which is ociv ion made possible through the was 583787385616 Miscellaneous inj 251000 farmers have a good crop out 000000 public works bond issue ternal revenue receipts that day were j jook and with higher prices in pros Tnc brings the administra Customs receipts for pect the spectre of debt which has tiorl directly in conflict with the so i HARRISBURG Pa July improvement in Pennsyl vanias vast agricultural industry was predicted today by John A McSpar WASHINGTON July ran State Secretary of Agriculture Tile treasury net balance for July 27 i McSparran said that the states McClatchy in a kidnap attempt two blocks away The barber is Fernando GiRliatti 45 of Philadelphia He and the other two were arrested in his shop last night by James Nugent police chief of Trcdyffrin township Ches ter county and Lieutenant William Engle of the Philadelphia detective force One of the others held is Samuel Rocco 35 Old Lancaster road Devon in whose room Nugent said he found a large arrovml of plunder Nugent said Rocco also is a former convict Nugent declined to reveal WASHINGTON July the name of the third prisoner until The new deal of the Rocxsevelt ministration today embraced a giS bell former Chester county detcc 1 CHARGE PREFERRED Continued on Last Page But I am still odds arc greatly MERCHANTS BACK NRA PROGRAM IN FULL Local merchants continue to regis ter their cooperation with President Roosevelts blanket Recovery Act Telegrams have been dispatched to the White House pledging their com plete adherence to the emergency program by Inc Harry M McCoy William J Parley and Co Murrays and the Edgmont Beef Company tivc and now a private detective in Phoenixviilc found articles stolen from three Main Line homes in Roc cos room but found none of Mc Clatchys property WHITE LEAD STOLEN Four youths charged with high way robbery were arrested last night by Detective Bernard Dougherty and when arraigned for a preliminary hearing in police court today were held for a continued hearing The accused youths are slated as William Savine 18 Broomall street Gennario DiMeglio West Third street Ernest DINicola n Lamokin street and Salvatore Bunocore West Fourth street They arc accused of robbing Wil liam Bowie Negro of 323 Mont gomery street of S75 Police say the youths were engaged in a craps game near Bowies home anci when Bowie flashed a roll of bills the youths started talking in Italian and later grabbed Bowie and took his cash Sixty dollars of the stolen money was recovered Nicola and Buonocore were each held Without ball DiMeglio was rc Among the first of the larger con cerns in this territory to place Itself on record was the GirardMlller Coal Company and Its fuel oil affiliate Gl rardRamsdcll Service Company Shortly after the Presidents speech of Monday evening G Ira rtiMiller of ficials on behalf of the six blue coal dealers in the Philadelphia and Delaware county territories advised him by telegraph that this group of companies now employing approxi mately 250 men would Immediately put into effect any changes in work ing schedules or pay rates necessary to conform to the plan effective August 1 Theatres Join Up The local oftlccs of the Warnci Brothers Theatres announced toda that they will cooperate one hunclrcc per cent with President Roosevelts program This Is In line with the na ment held In tho Media Democratic Clubs headquarters William II Ml chcals supervising principal of the Media school district was the prin cipal speaker He attacked the problem from an entirely new angle He practically conceded defeat at the polls but urged an Intensive preparation for a new fight should the amendment bo repealed I still believe In prohibi tion as the fundamental principle by which we should deal with the liquor truffle he said aware that the against us at this time Defeat at the polls Is not to be ignored as im possible for it Is possible and prob able that we will not win I am mak ing every effort to keep the Eight eenth Amendment In the Cbnstltij but t am also looking forward to the time whon we will have to wage a more intelligent fight of greater dimensions to bring back an other amendment repealing the re pealer The speaker outlined his plans of action In case the drys lose TJie first point In his program he pro posed was a fight for a new cmpha ils on the duties of citizenship mean ng some sort of moral or legal pres sure brought to bear on those who icvcr take mi Interest In the nations affairs and never go near the polls rlls second point was the institution of a compaign of education temper ance to play a prominent nrrh VVP propaganda must be watched and countered with dry propaganda jsaict this cily of The three women and two men were traveling in the direction of Wilmington having attended a party last night In Philadelphia The Negroes were returning to this city from Salisbury Md They were in a Bulck sedan Just who was driving the cars 3ollco were unable to learn nor could hey learn the cause for the collision the month were HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY Unit to Press hung over them for years may now called trust be gradually dispelled oernment dl Sharp price increases for farm has fought government development of power It ls regarded as one of the most sig products in recent weeks have al ready brought untold relief of the i states rural population of more than 3000000 Living expenses meantime have increased but slightly McSpar ran said AT KENILWORTH Mintmagi Watkins Weather clear track fast MOLLISONS PLAN NEW OCEAN FLIGHT approval of the Grand Coulee project on the Colum bia river the President launched a power and leclamation development estimated to finally cost A great section of the Pacific north west will be provided with govern ment electric power LONDON July Mollison transatlantic flyer tele phoned to friends in London today that he and his wife Amy after re AT THISTLEDOWN Margie Lou Cole Frances Cooper Re nounce Kid OKiidare Fair Manna Reform Desire Silver Wave Anna Adella Kirby Belln Gold Royal Tiempo Alama Weather clear track fast turning to England plan to fly to the by steamship United States again and then carry out their aim to fly as far as possible eastward hoping to better the long distance flight record It was expected the flight would be made next year ITALYS ARMADA WEATHER BOUND ROOSEVELT AND WIFE BACK HOME 4 1fc W W T T V i I U I V Ullll 11 FROM WAREHOUSE i leased in S500 bail and Savine In S1500 bond Police say a fifth youth Sometime last night thieves forced i wasimplicated and will be arrested an entrance to the warehouse of 1 toclay Continued on Last COUNTERFEIT BILLS ANNOY MERCHANTS Counterfeiter have again descended upon this city and have left a plenti ful notes of various de nornlriaUonisjirts the western On several occasions the btisineaa men have been annoyed by counter felt money getting Into circulation but the bills were mostly of one and five dollar denominations Those at the head of Ihe ring which released the spurious bills axe evidently no smalltime racketeers as they have put In circulation notes of the one two flve 10 and 20 dollar denominations Two of these notes one a 10 and the other a one dollar bill were taken In at one of the banks in the western section of the city yesterday Per sons receiving notes are cautioned 1 to examine them carefully as t the clearness of the the most part T advise a strategic retreat a careful preparation and then a strong attack with all our forces Mr Michcals spoke at length on the evils with which he had come In contact and he asked all who doubted the virtues of prohibition to compare all the evils that had come with it to all the good that has come with it And as for Increased revenue he slated the liquor traffic never helped any other businessbut Its own Mrs H C Berry chairman of the meeting anci president of the Allied Forces mentioned in speaking a quotation which she thought suited the occasion People are thinking snowocns store on oiaic street i ft t cr rpiii1 CT i Tif Media and stole a quantity of white 1 Aoo 1 O t A 1 fj AT LATOMA SHOAL HARBOR Newfoundland July Italian seaplane armada was heldweatherbound here HYDE PARK N Y July Roosevelt came back home today for a month of work ahd play among his old neighbors of Dutchess county s The special train bearing him to the familiar scenes of boyhood days pulled into the little station here at 9 a m after a leisurely trip from Washington that began last night The old neighbors as Mr Roose velt affectionately terms them were out in force to bid him welcome Long before the train arrived they had gathered from all sections of the countryside lead When employes of the cern reported for work this morning they noticed the door of the ware house ajar and upon entering dis covered that about a half ton of white lead which had been packed in 100pound kens was missing The robbery the third of its kind with the past eight months was re ported to both local and State police Special Investigators were also called in Ben Grove Price a fingerprint expert of Media was summoned to take fingerprints on the door and lock which was broken and mate rials inside the building supposed to have been handled by the thieves OCT today I Although all planes had been fueled Upsets Lassie Ojibway and their pilots were ready to take Chipola Prextipc Foxy QuiUer the air on the difficult 1800mile hop Pirarle Step BIR Business i across the Atlantic to Valentia Ire Boot Pal John Genie Jr land Gen Balbo on perusal of last Thonder Baby Nightingale 4 None 6 Xone 7 None None Weather cloudy track food AT ARLINGTON PARK niinute weather reports ordered an indefinite postponement of the take off George Maypole Maid Mona Hero Kissie tncVy Carter Tiphl Rope Good and Hot Substitute race Declared rack fad Times Ad Soon Sold Fixtures Cigar store fixtures advertised for sale by Mrs J Boyle 2401 West Fourth street found a ready sale is a result of a Times classified advertisement Mrs Boyle reports I received splendid results as Ihe result of the advertisement which I inserted in the Times said Mrs Boyle I am very happy that the ad was inserted FRENCH WINS FIRST SET IN DOUBLES DENTAL EXAMS The State Department of Public Instruction at Harrisburg today an nounced the list of persons who suc cessfully passed the dental cxamina tions held by the State Dental Coun cil and Fxamining Board in Philadel phia and Pittsburgh June 2024 933 Among them were Curtis W Clark 86 South Lansdownc avenue and Charles F Clothier 75 East Baltimore avenue both of Lansdowne Thomas Hlnkson 26 East Third street Media and James M Klewans 43 East Twentythird street this city r nn r uuuu fill in llltijl Mortal movement of the Warner j lhclr Crs fltcd f Brothers Corporation and will be come effective Immediately minds meaning that all the wet than the orjglnnl notes and the pno tograplis arc blurred which helps make detection easy People should also be careful in accepting notes of large denominations from strangers GENERALLY FAIR WEATH ER PREDICTED Generally fair and slightlywarmer is the prediction today In Eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Delawaro and Maryland Fair weather is ex peeled tomorrow also The highest temperature here yes terday was 80 at 130 p m and ther lowest was GO degrees at 545 a m The average of 73 was four degrees will affected by the plan Three theatres come under the local super vision They are the Stanley Theatre at Fourth street and Kdgmont ave nue the Slate Theatre on Seventh street near Edgmont avenue and the Washington Theatre on Market street near Fourth In addition lo the Chester theatres the Warner Broth ers theatres throughout the county will be untlcr the new code The moving picture employes usually workon an average of from ten to twelve hours a day for six days In the week Tills gives them an aggregate weeks total of from sixty to seventytwo hours and will mean a decided change of schedule in order to come under the NRAs 40 hour week Disputed Points In Blanket Code Explained WASHINGTON July Ing the interpretation had been given tations of the Presidents reemploy out ment plan under the blanket code No contracts are affected by the were issued last night by the Naj agreement said Mr Richbcrg This tional Recovery Administration in docs not authorize any person to response to a multitude of inquiries j break a contract In my onlnion it ROLAND GARROS STADIUM as to what various phases of the is not the purpose of this agreement b Til m no n In tfirfnrn nrit HITLER AND VATICAN AT ODDS ON TREATY propaganda has turned the public i below normal for the date and eight the true facts in the easel degrees below the average July 23 last year Maximum temperature for of prohibition Notwithstanding Mr Micheal nrlhe date is 97 established in 1894 mission of probable defeat the Alliedand minimum 57 in 1903 Citizens arc planning an extensive fight before the coming election M SEEK MAN HERE Sunrise today was at 556 a m and sunset will be at 818 p m Eastern daylight saving time Local police have received a re quest from Scott R McKane city clerk of Hagerstown Md asking them to try and locate Clyde Smith formerly of Hagerstown who re cently located here The letter states that Smiths mother a Mrs Manley of 717 For rest street Hagerstown recently met with an accident and as she is living alone needs aid Anyone knowing the whereabouts of Smith is asked to ad vise him of his mothers condition AUTEUIL France July Jean Borotra and Jacques Brugnon j of France won the first set of their Davis Cup doubles match from H G N Lee and George P Hughes 63 The wet court slippery and heavy More than 12000 spectators were in the stands The Frenchmens i fierce net attack kept the English team strictly on the defensive APPEAL FOR SHOES mean These interpretations were pre pared by the legal staff of the NRA headed by Donald Richberg counsel They bring out the fact that the agreement was written in language intended to be flexible with a view to meeting various con ditions The most important fact developed b the interpretations is that there Is no purpose to affect contracts be interfere with the operation of contracts that have been entered Into through collective bargaining Nor is it the purpose to penalize those who have entered into such contracts Mr Richberg made It plain how ever that contracts of this sort may be changed by mutual consent It was pointed out that an employer who has a contract with his em ployees cannot get the Blue Eagle BERLIN July 29 differences between the German and Vatican Interpretations of the treaty between Adolf Hitlers government and the Holy See were revealed to day In an officially inspired article published in all morning newspapers The article challenges the Inter pretation put on the treaty by the newspaper Osscrvatorc Romano offi cial organ of the Vatican Contrary to the Osscrvatores Idea todays article upholds the right of Germany to veto appointment of Roman Catholic Church dignitaries declaring the state to be the su preme authority in civic education and denying that Germany is obliged to admit Catholic teachers to semi naries PATTERN HAS ILLLUCK AGAIN Topics of T j rnes A man lost his thumb in an auto accident at Marcus Hook this morn Ing This will make it that much harder for him to bum a hop in the future A housewife recently got a divorce at Media because her hubby never spoke to her in 5 years Maybe he was Just trying to think of a good alibi Two Indiana state prison Inmates suspended from the baseball team because they were caught trying to I escape over a wall at night Back to the old rules Over the fence is out WINNIPEG Man July luck pursuer Jimmy Mattern American roundtheworld flier again today He hopped off from here at 6 The continued Federal investigation reveals that there are some men in Upper Darby who have the gift of grub tween employers and employed by i of the NRA if he signs the blanket MAN BAILED IN FRIENDS STABBING a m but 30 miles south of Winnipeg Tho government is becoming in rnn Into dense fog which grounded j tcrcsted in the oil code and oil regula him He took off again later cnjtion Might be a good idea to plough route to Toronto and crossed the under every second service station American border at Pembina N D A wmn thcre is only one thing to be said when a man in sists In coming home late Wouldnt it be great if they would only say it at a m James L Eustace Jr charged with j The Home Service section of the j means of the blanket code In other code unless he complies with the stabbing his friend Charles H Kim j Red Cross Chester branch hassent words it is not the purpose of the terms of the code as to wages and j her wealthy young insurance exccu i out an appeal for mens shoes Anyi NRA to compel the breaking of hours live was released in bail yes one having mens shoes to give away j contracts involving collective barj Reasonable time will be given tcrday for hearing August 9 KImbcr would be doing the Red Cross and gaining Richberg pointed out to afford em was reported improving today i the poor of Chester a great service j While the interpretations as given j ploycrs time for adjustments to cn if they would send the footwear tc the office in the DeshongBuilding Deshong Park Tenth street and Edg mont avenue out formally do not specifically say j able them to comply with the blanket this this view of the matter was pressed by Mr Richberg last night After Uve official aUtcotent embody code and no undue pressure is to be Eustace denies the stabbing and says he and Kimbcr were the best of friends when they parted Tuesday though thsy had quarreled over finan cial in Philadelphia First Martial Law In Pa Since 1902 HARRISBURG July law was declared in Pennsylvania today for the first imc since 1002 according to at of the governors office In that year Governor William Stone sent troops into the an thracite field to quell disorder auscci by a mine strike Governor William C Sproul in 1921 dispatched guardsmen to Washington county to aid the sheriff during disorders but mar tlsl law was not declared Tfoe Weather WASHINGTON July forecast j hastern Pennsylvania Generally j fair tonight and Sunday slightly warmer tonight Western 5 fair and continued warm tonight Sunday TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m66 10 a m 7 a m66 11 am 8 a m69 12 noon S a M 10   

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