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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - August 1, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE JONT3S ENDING DECEMBER 31 1932 FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH 17659 Dally Leased Wire Reports of United Press UP and International News Service INS CHESTER PA TUESDAY AUGUST 1 1033 PRICE TWO CENTS U S EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENTS ARE IN EFFECT TODAY Reports From Over the Nation Indicate That The Blue Eagie Insignia Emblem of Co Operation With the Presidents Request Were Posted on Store Fronts and i Shorter Hours and In creased Pay TERRIFIC BATTLE WAGED TO ORGANIZE STEEL INDUSTRY Million New Jobs Reported Open in Countrys Retail Places Through Modification of Provisions by Administrator Progress Made on Oil Fall Into Hearings Are Re cessed WASHINGTON Aug Roosevelts crowning blow at the de pression was delivered today as the voluntary blanket agreement which he asked of industry and business throughout the nation went intoef fect This event opened the way to even tual reemployment of 6000000 work ers by fall the avowed goal of thc drive now under way in every com munity under civilian generals with other community leaders as col onels majors captains or just plain privates In slightly over one month since the first code was proposed Hugh S A Johnson national recovery ad ministrator has Put the Big Ten fundamental in dustries of the United States under code agreement for shorter hours and higher wages x Launched hearings on a score or more of codes lor secondary national industries Put every national retail organiza tion under organized control for in creased wages and employment gains Abolish child labor Put capital and labor on their good behavior Received for future hearing an average of 200 business or industrial codes per day all aimed at building up the payroll Prom all sections of the country came report of blue eagles going up on store fronts and factories and employers falling into line by the thousands to spread employment and pay workers higher wages Provisions of theblanket agree ment as they affect the hours and wages of 4000000 employes of retail storeJsweremodified night by S Johnson SChe NRA estimated that under the new terms more than 1100000 persons could be given immediate employ ment These persons would receive approximately 5900000000 in annual wages Hearings on thc code of fair com petition for the giant iron and steel industry were recessed after a day of thickandfast developments in cluding withdrawal of the most con troversial feature of the code that proposing to continue the company union plan of employe representa tion Progress in thc effort to bring some semblance of order out of the chaotic oi industry was registered in a new code drafted by NRA officials and rppresentatives of the industry Thc new code proposes a workweek of 36 hours In the oil fields generally and a 40hour week in the marketing end of the industry These new pro posals drafted in sweltering hotel and conference rooms will be the subject of new discussions before submission of the code in final form for Presi dent Roosevelts approval The blanket code was modified for retail stores to enable most of the nations retailers to come under the recovery act immediately Many had complained that the original terms would work too great a hardship The thousands of retailers that already had signed the original agreement 6 MINERS SHOT IN STRIKE ZONES Sheriffs Deputies Fire 01 Men During Outbreaks j in Fayettc County URSCHEL FREED BY KIDNAPERS RANSOMJS PAID Okla Millionaire at His Mansion on July 22 Unharmed Secretary Icrkins on visit to Pidsbureh slccl workers inllls shakes hands will miners Pa AUK INS were shot in three QUESTION MORE PROBE WITNESSES separate outbreaks in strifetorn Fayette county coal fields here early Four County Residents Give Testimony to Fed eral Agent to today All of the Injured were taken Unlontown Hospital Reports said the shots were fired by sheriffs deputies who recently were relieved of duty by the arrival of Na JOHNSONS SON DIES A SUICIDE Calif Senator Notified Hi Son Shoots Death Self t Several unidentified witnesses called BURLINGAME Calif Aug tional Guardsmen called out when HIM Governor Giflord Pinchot declared111 thc lengthy investigation into Refuses to State How Much Money Was Passed to Abductors RETURNS KIDNAPED ALBANY YOUTH Archibald Johnson second martial law alleged politicograft alliance in this son of United States Senator Hiram The outbreaks occurred at Star j county wcra seen in the Federal Johnson died a suicide today 3 and Eden huilding Tlley wcrc bcing authorities reported of the H C Fnck questioned by Myron M CafTcy spej The death occurn OKLAHOMA CITY Okln AUK P Urschel 41 enrold mulllmilllonnire oil oper Uor was released by kidnapers ear oday apparently unharmed after be nt held captive for nine days Urschel was freed justoutsidc I hi city limits where he was met by as sociates that hurried the wealthy oi man lo the Urschel mansion In m automobile Arthur A Seeligson principal In lerinedinry in ihe ransom neRolia lions announced the relcnse o Urschel Although authorities said they wer informed Unit a huge ransom hi been paid for the oil operators re turn Seclifison cotrustee of th Slirk Urschel estate re fused to iiclmll what sum if any ha been Riven the nbductors Thc kidnapers last Saturday hn demanded SftOOOOO ransom believed by police to be Ihe larRest ever de manded in a kidnaping The Urschel home was plnccd under henvy Ruard ns Department of Justice operatives and detectives questioned the millionaire for pos sible clues Secllgson rcfuscci lo discuss de tails of Urschcls release but inti mated that one of the millionaires automobiles bearing three of the kld nnpcd mans iirsociates was waiting at nn appointed spot outside Okla homa City where Urschel was freed It was indicated that thc abductors had agreed to turn their wealthy cap tive over at a prcarranged point at 1 a in Mr Urschel did not know where he was kept a prisoner neither could he say how many men were in thc kidnaping gang SceliRson stated The intermediary said Urschcls THUNDERSTORM MAY PROVIDE SLIGHT RELIEF New Heat Record for July 31 Established for This Part of the Country SCHOOL BOARD CONCURS IN TAX PAYMENT PLAN Extends Discount Date as Aid to Delinquent Tax payers Several Deaths Reported But None in This City or in the County The of the hoat wave swecp Method for Giving Notice Also Approved Follows Citys Action Further concessions to taxpayers Ing the nation will be broken within i in the form of a postponement of tha ImHcatcd todaTrS taxes Sectional thunder showers and i was last night by the school cooling breezes were predicted directors In a special shirt sleeve Meanwhile the recordbreaking called by President Charles P Held by Tor 2 luys John 1 OCminell Ir yniing Albiiny N V brewery niiiimgcr sur iiilcml to lnuis Sin dor Albany ulio lieu drovr him to tile OConiiell mountain camp slilc of Albany A ransom of was paid for OCoiiiiclls roliiisc GEN PRICE COMES OUT FOR SHERIFF Former Commander of Pa National Guard Deter mines to Be Candidate wide survey by Internntlonnt News Service Thunder showers were scheduled to night nncl tomorrosv The temper ature wns down from the century mark to H9 Ten were dead from hent nnd drowning In Connecticut where three deaths nnd two ctrownings were recorded from the hent wave in the pnst two days the mercury lowered to a of from 71 to 82 ported n seasonable rain Rntn and n north wind cut into the hottest month In Chicagos hls of thc Larkin Building Broad nnd Crosby streets The customary time allowed for discounts on 1933 tuxes would ordin arily have expired today and froin then on the usual penalties would hftve applied However the directors were unanimous in following Ihe sug gestion of their president that tha lime for allowing a one per cent dls lory which left a toll of seven dead Boston recount should bo extended to Septem ber iThe resolution of approval on the extension of the discount dato also Include a clause with author Junction Colonial No hurt The casualties were Louis Fadorsky 38 of Labelle shot PnUp JJ m uciiLii at Johnsons The worst riot occurred at stai cial agent of the Department of Jusi hoine in tho Hillsborough suburb a Junction where pickets wce I tlcc111 of Cnet A fashionable residential section JUIKUUII six PICKHS iSpecla deputy attorney general who wounded Two others were injured s j winc rf li 111 iVll I liilC O1UV at Colonial No 3 and one hurt at j yesterday Police Chief Patrick J Edenborn where yesterday pickets McBrlde of Marcus Hook was quizzed aeimor McBride appeared at his suite in the Mark hmt tanly according to the agents who 1 Hopkins Hotel San Francisco He questioned him and made what is immediately came to his sons home regarded as an important statement j Archibald was n prominent at which will be forwarded to the Grand i torney practicing in San Francisco A pistol was used by young John son No reason was assigned for the act Senator Johnson was notified by Continued cm Seven MERCHANTS DISPLAY NRA BLUE EAGLE in the richt hin condition Eerious Y V j T ornuy practicing in ban rrancisco Ben Brown 45 Pa Negro of llllSSS iJur body reconvenes next and Northern California The other Joseph Mullens 25 of Allison Donald Flagle 25 of Allison John Seleskey 24 of John Mpttyt44 of lison Joseph Latsko24of bHpharit and Peter 35rof Edenborn Gassed miners were Tom Morgan 90 on Thiirsdav i n rl A1 Krifii D week Other witnesses who appeared yes terday and made statements to the Joseph Yarnall of dale andCleve Jones andIke Loper local Negroes The Grand which returned son is Hiram Jr ACCIDENT IS LAID AT REST 40 and Walter Moore 41 both of Unlontown While the riots were in progress the strike was spreading Already it had boiled over in Allegheny Wash ington Westmoreland and Greene counties and today 5000 more men struck in Jefferson county Estimates were that between 20000 and 25000 men are on strike Meanwhile reports from Harrisburg and Mt Gretna where the National June 29 was recessed to permit the members to attend to their private affairs It is expected that many i more persons will be indicted before the investigation is concluded The trialsare slated for early in Sep tember Continued on Page Seven CONCORDVILLE BOY SERIOUSLY INJURED NEWSPAPER MEN EXEMPTED BY CODE St Anthonys Church Third street near Franklin street was well filled this morning by members of the Ches ter Boys Club and scholars of St Anthonys parochial school when angels mass was said for Albert Tes loni of 301 West Second street who died in Mercy Hospital last Saturday of injuries sustained when ho fell down the steps of a fire escape at thc headquarters of the Boys Club Front street and Concord avenue last r i Thursday afternoon I C The boy who was 7 years old was A meeting of Chester merchants to discuss the NRA program will be held at 3 p m today nt thc Chester Club The call for the meeting w sent out this morning by William F Delehanty manager of the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce who has bcciv busy Assisting merchants to formulate thclr respective codes oclock the halr drcssers of this city will meetat the same place to discuss n code ofethics governing their business Today the NRA blue eagle stream ers could be seen In most of thc busi ness houses several merchants dis playing the emblems in theirshow windows Many plants started on the NRA schedule ofworking hours yes terday andtoday the day Prcsldcn Roosevelt requested that the pro gram be put in operation nearly al firms and business houses put th new schedule in effect WASHINGTON Aug popular with boys of his age in the TO BRING RELIEF Continued on Pare Seven Ernest Wilinbing 13 who resides with his grandparent Mr and Mrs William Riggins of Concordvilie is in Chester Hospital with a possible fractured skull and severe lacerations of the head and arms injuries he suffered when a bicycle he was rid ing collided with an automobile driven by Archie Taylor 4643 Ludlow street Philadelphia near the Riggins home last night Eyewitnesses say the accident was not thc fault of the driver of the ear who was accompanied by Mr and Mrs Samuel Arbuckle of West Philadelphia The party was on its way to Talbcrt Md when the acci CHESTER RESIDENT SEEKS A DIVORCE Editorial staffs of newspapers are ex empt from the 40hour week limitat tion of the voluntary blanket code i under an official interpretation of thc code by the National Recovery ad ministration The announcement listed the fol lowing as professional workers and hence exempt from the maximum i hour schedules newspaper reporters editorial writers rewrite men and j other members of editorial staffs Also exempted were internes nurses hospital technicians and search technicians 1 neighborhood ns well as the older members of thc club His untimely death was a distinct shock to Charles Garland president of the club as well ns to other officials Following the services at the church the body was interred in St Michaels cemetery IKT PIG niSAITKARS The political barometer of Ueln counly took a bit rise this in the last two days Philadelphia recording three deaths registered 90 degreessix deaths were registered from the heat in WilkosBwc marking 101 with 80 tit Pltlsburgh Fog clouds broke the hent wave on the Pacific Coast The south generally speaking en joyed normal summer temperatures High marks were written at New Orleans 04 and Birmingham 96 Ohio was promised possible show ers ns Cleveland reported B5 degrees and Columbus 17 Yesterday wns the hottest day in ornliiR when it became known thatj Eastern Pennsylvania in three years A mystery which members of thc Boat Club arc endeavoring Local thunder showers are prediclc this afternoon or tonight and prob ably tomorrow in Eastern Pennsyl vania New Jersey Delaware an Maryland Thunder storms arc pos sible It will be somewhat cooler to morrow General William G Price Jr of Ibis ity former commander of I he cmisylviinln National Guard builder uslncssninn nnd lifelong Republt an had determined to bo n cnntll intc for Shcrlft at thc Republican i r marks Urged to such a decision by a wide Ircle of friends thc diMingulshed oldlcr nnd citizen has been pcr imded tn offer himself for further ervice to his native county and his nnny supporters avow an enthusi astic belief thai his candidacy will eceive a cordial welcome through out the city nnd county Genera William G Price has never ieforc aspired to nny public office but ils whole Ufa has been to iiibllc service in tho NntionalGukrd which he in 1886 as a private in Company B of the old Sixth Reglipeiit nnd from this ybnVwlth the injure State having reached the high est possible rank that of MnJorGcn eral In these years of service he had the distinc tion of commanding thc Artillery Brigade of Pennsylvanias Keystone Division throughout the World War When Interviewed this morning by a representative of this paper at his office at 550 Edgmont avenue General Price staled that he preferred not to make any extended statement I would rather let my candidacy speak for itself My friends have asked me to submit my name lo ths considera tion of thc voters of my party I re gard the office of sheriff ns a most important part of our governmental machinery and if I am elcclccl to serve therein I will administer it In Ucs the collection of the next amount clue on 1933 taxes for a period from the close of the new discount date September 1 to October 1 After October 1 the usual penalties called for In the state school code will apply to nil 1933 taxes which have not been paid A new method of giving notice to those still owing 1933 taxes was ap proved by thc directors who author ized the tax collector Dr S P Gray to have a rubber stamp made telling of the extension of thc discount date the stamp to be used on all tax bills mailedto those still owing taxes for the current year In placing his suggestion of ex tending thc date before thc directors Continued nn Iajtc Seven j President Larkln snid that his action lad teen motivated by thc fact that here was a noticeable improvement n general conditions which hud led ninny persons to give the assurance Hint they would be in a far better osltion to meet their school tax obli atlons by an extension of tho dis TRUCK OWNERS MEET TO DISCUSS THE CODE thc Interests county of the people of thc A mass mccllng of truck operators under the auspices of the Delaware count date County Chapter Pennsylvania Motor Mention was Truck Association will be hcid at 215 Lnrkin of the Concord avenue Friday 8 p m lo discuss the code being drnftcd by Ihe association under thc National In dustrial Recovery Act Frank A Hcndley president of I lie locnl chapter explained that all operators of trucks in this territory including retailers manufacturers nnd own vehicles ns wQll as common and contract car riers come within theAct atfeeling drivers of truoks be subjecl operators will quired to abide by thecbdeihS cularly urges nonmembers to attend the meeting Mr Haaclley said work was being rushed in preparation of a master code for the entire Industry by thc American Highway Freight Associa tion thc duly authorized naliona body dealing with the Recovery Board Preliminary to this it if necessary he said to obtain detailed information from truck operators In the various states and regions The Iruck operators through their association are cooperating with the administration to the fullest extent in thc efforts of President Roosevelt to bring national recovery Mr Head ley said Because of the peculiari ties of thc industry Its widespread also made by Mr action of the city authorities taken yesterday In making changes in penalty dales on taxes overdue the city He said that al though there might be an Increasing betterment of conditions in the com ing year which hilght better enablo payment of hack taxes he thought that there was still some large possi bility thai the case of collections would remain I mal times and he suggested fthat yiewr some studyto action regardlng back School district The Gcneral Prices wide sicquaintnnce legality sof any action in this tion under the slatbschool code was said to be of importance forthe con sideration of the directors and any action was postponedso that tho di rectors and thc district solicitor might have a full opportunity to go into all legal phases of such action It was reported by the finance com mittee that n proper bond hadbeen received for Dr P Dray as school district tax collector from tha American Surety Company and pay ment to the company bond was approved by tho directors INVESTIGATES ROBBERY teen degrees above the average 31 last year Maximum temperature as employers for the purposes of the agreement HELD FOR IIEAHING to solve presenteditself late yester day afternoon when a young pig lilhL ivulAIlm1 Another ruling held that mm which members of the organization Ior the dalc ls i01 cstabishcd in 1917 profit organizations were to be con Prollsht with and minimum 57 In 1B05 trPo Sunday night which they I Sunrise today was at 559 a m and placed in a temporary pen in the i unsct wln bKJnL 815 p m Eastcrn boathouse storage room made its i escape The porker weighing about 50 pounds was purchased nt Uttb Jack Harlel of Upper Darby yes Creek Del Sunday Whether the ship throughout the county insures that the announcement of his canj The highest tcmperaUire here yes wm cvokl wiflc interest and terday was 99 degrees at 310 p m j s smc to attract wide attention In thc and thc lowest was 31 at 7 a m The primary campaign average of 00 was thirteen degrees date and Covinty Detective Harry Hagen kotter is investigating the robbery of operation and thc number of indlvidI store and filling station building uals engaged In it it is necessary to j of Thomas Bcauchnmp at Laughead study numerous operations to Twin Oaks road Linwopd Tha ri July INTEREST CONTINUES dent occurred Dr H H Darling i terday posted bail with Magis animal jumped over the top rail of after administering first aid treat ment took the boy to Chester Hos pital The victims grandfather is on Irate Forwood Clark at Glcnolden the temporary pen and fell into thc for his appearance at a hearing to Delaware river and was drowned or morrow morning Hartcl was ari whether he wns stolen by someone LEAVES FOR TEXAS Lieutenant Harry Baxter an In structor in aviation who has been visiting his family on the Long bottom estate in Upper Chichcster rested by county detectives charged I is the problem that is worrying those left yesterday by plane for San Hot weather served as a stimulus to thc interest of the many boys tak ing part in the summer swim mara thon conducted under the nnspiccs of thn Y M C A which began July 1 and which will be terminated In September There is a beginners Rroup a cadet Rroup and junior and senior s taking part in the swim which Mrs Anna May Miller 38 of 116 crutches as the result of injuries he j with placing gambling devices on who had visions of sitting down to tonio Tex Baxter took off from East Third street this city has suffered last winter when he was formation received from the alleged started divorce proceedings at Media against George H Miller 42 of Media on the grounds of desertion They were married in Media on October 10 1914 and according to the peti tion the desertion took on November 1 1919 Michael Reps rep resented Mrs Miller Walter E Marker 40 of Marcus Hook has started divorce action against Myrtle A Marker 25 also of struck by thc car of a hit and run motorist FIGHT PRINCIPAL HAS ELBOW BROKEN operator of a slot machine which was j confiscated in a Ailing station at j Eclgemont last week a roast pic dinner as soon as weather became more suitable Lee Phillips Negro 56 years old of Sharon avenue and Laurel road i Darby Marcits desertion The couple was In Marcus Hook on April 17 1929 i and on January 1 1930 according to the libel Mrs Marker deserted her husband E D McLaughlin repre sents Marker township escaped a to MORE ASPIRANTS FOR SHRIEVALTY NEAR ACCIDENTS MANY and from there he flew to Daytnn before his flight to San Antonio He super vision of James Mcwha in charge of the pool a true crosssection picture of the duslry as n whole In Pennsylvania we must formu late what we think Is an equitable code In order to assist the national association In framing the master code The plan Is Jo adjust and con ciliate these state or regional codes so that the code finally adopted will be truly representative of the entire country CIRCUS FIELD CLEARED place was forced open early Satur day morning and a quantity of cig arettes cakes and other merchandise tolcn absence of possible poor Since thc opening of Washington boulevard from Eleventh and Butler streets to Central avenues residents in the vicinity of Tenth street and Concord avenue report that many ac cidents and nearaccidents occur there almost daily because drivers using the new highway are said to disre After October 1 he will be stationed in Panama II S TREASURY BALANCE WASHINGTON Aug The treasury net balance for July20 533386570009 Miscellaneous in inric nf tu i v u T v married aim another man with whom A Shropshire Of This i Bard thc intersection Last night two lernal revenue receipts that day were marnea tvj HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY Bf United Prtss in an argument this morn Phillips told police that his assail ant went to strike him on the head j witha club but missed his objective and struck him on his arm fracturi T Latest I cars were in collision at this point 5219332212 Candidate i but neither of thn drivers stopped the month in Field for Nomination i following the crash i2295336650 Customs receipts for through July 29 were The latest aspirant for the office ing his elbow Phillips was treated at of shcrjfr on thc Rcpublican tickct Taylor Hospital where he was taken by Darby township police ENJOYED BOAT RIDE to be voted for at the primary elec tion on September 19 is James A Shropshire of 2126 West Third street AT CONEY ISLAND John Ruth Proud Princess Sun Friar Kentucky Moon XncXoTs Boy Accident Doris B Panta loons f Weather clean track fast A large sroup of the members of j last evening enjoyed a rrifxinlight steamer trip fo Wilmington in place I of their weekly meeting The girls were accompanied by the club adj viser Miss Marion O Perkins gen eral secretary of the association BARBERS WILL MEET Civil War Field Piece Figured in Celebration 1 DEAD3 INJURED IN AUTO CRASH Fire Destroys Their Car Struck by Produce Truck on Road at Trainer Yesterday afternoon workmen cm ployed by BobMorton whose circus showed in this city last week for the benefit of thc Policemens Pension Fund tore down the flying airplanes which were one of the attractions and moved them to another location where the show win exhibit this week Members of the Frankics A A under the direction of Frank Grlnco manager of Ihe team yes terday began tho work of cleaning up thc field JUST WHO IS THIS city thc Friends of the Tenth ward man TI declare their belief that Chester adorning the Court House lawn in should have the sheriffs office for the next four years and they feel that Mr Shropshire meets all the re Media has for years been lying in r rusted moMcovercd condition half buried tn a small plot of ground be quirements of the candidacy At thc side the Institute of Science building present time he is inheritance tax on South avenue A meeting of the Master Barbers appraiser with offices m the court Association of this city will be held house at working under the AT HAWTHORNE 1 None None 3 None Olive Sabalh Xoiie None None Thursday evening at 8 oclock in general direction of Register of Wills Goodmans Hall 616 West Third eorEe street The National Recovery Act Man will be discussed Michael Di Cellio i township are trying to prevail upon j For years it stood thus until the president of the organization will be l Charles B Lessig former postmaster court House was being I in charge of the meeting i Permit their placing name in which was some 50 years Beth Wwitherirtew track fast meeting BREAKS FINGER AT PLAY nomination for sheriff Charles Hance 14 years old of 5 Front street Essington while playing yesterday afternoon fractured the third finger of his right hand He was treated in the dispensary of Tay lor Hospital and sent i master of five years Upper Darby for about has a host of friends in that township and also inmany sec tions of Kaverford township which is served by the Upper Darby postofnce Continued on Seven A 15yearold Negro girl was in jured fatally and three other persons were hurt in a collision between thc automobile In which they were ridins and a produce truck on the Ridge road nt Blake avenue Trainer about 5 oclock this morning The Rirl who succumbed to her in An old cannon used in the Civil consisted of everything from stones juries was Malinda Sharp of Mon Wnr and for years an ornament and poles to snds The latter made tana street Gcrmantown Pa She excellent schrapncl j sustained Internal Injuries and severe The celebration closed almost dlsas laeorations of the body and limbs trously One of the boys who was Those Injured are Monroe Green stationed with his finger at the j 27 Negro of Preston Md driver of touchhole let go too soon when the j thc lighter vehicle who sustained a base of the cannon was red hot and broken jaw and internal injuries while another young man was still In Ruth Sharp Negro of the German one the process of ramming the bore 1 town address internal Injuries and head lacerations eight stitches being required to close the gash in her scalp Leslie Sharp Negro two years old of he Germantown address lac erations of head four stitches being required to close the wound The accident occurred Immediately in front of the Trainer Methodist Episcopal Church when a truck driven by John D Cox of Belle Haven Va sidewlped thc lighter car driven by Green Cox told police that he noticed Greens car approaching and as he Cox attempted lo swing irection of Register of Wills of rebellion it was designated to Hill i stand as a stern sentinel before the residents of Upper Darby temple of justice in the County Seat The piece Ls an interesting After serving its country in the war clean the powder exploded Two of the boys James Sweeney and Horace Hoskins both now deceased were seriously burned and for weeks lay at the point of death The rammer whistled through the trees and landed somewhere down on the Pennsylvania Railroad tracks some three blocks distant tmmcdiatcly after the incident the gun was spiked and taken away For years it was forgotten but it still lies beside the Institute building a far step from its once active das on the battlefield and its proud days on the renovated ago On the j Fourth of July of that year a group Mr Lessig who served as posti of the town boys stealthily removed Tr w paraded with it through thc town stopping at length on tho present site of the Media Mens Club house There they celebrated the Nations holiday with proper dignity flrine the piece several times with ammunition which Court House lawn Topics of Ti mes A Kentucky farmer yelledso loud e was heard 8 Thats othing During the depression ome farmers were so loud they wera icarcl In Washington p C We dont know whether nudisni on tho increase on account of so many men losingtheirshirts or on account of the recent hot spell Were not out of the woods yet Ueneral Johnson warns us Well vho cares Just think what swell woods well have after the conser vation boys get through Tire blowout results in fatality rsads a Times headline Attending any kind of blowout these days is costly During the past weekend monoxide gas killed two men With so many Republican and Democratic slates made up for the fall we imagine tho gas in a few months will be killing A county woman died and left provision that her pet dog be buried She could have died without a will and her dogs1 would have been buried anyway This NRA may have pepped up the postofnces in some cities but not in Chester we testify Our police reporter reports many complaints against noise Okay But what will thc people of the city do a few months hence when the near Democrats the Democrats and Republicans start fighting Continued on This frowzyhaired cave man may seem a little uncouth Hes a dizzy looking guy hut youll like him because he will giveyou many a laugh Watch for him Hes coming soon in the CHESTER TIMES The Weather WASHINGTON1 Aup Weather forecast Eastern Pennsyl vania Partly cloudy with local showers and thunder storms tomfht and in southeast portion Wednesday Not quite so warm tonight Wednesday Western Pennsylvania sowers and thunder storms late Ihil afternoon or tonight Slijhtrj cooler tonight Wednesday fair cooler TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 7 B m 8 a m 9 10 a m a m 6 Noon 73 1 p m 38 a m m 80 2 p tn S31   

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