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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - August 2, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE IONTHS ENDING DECEMBER 31 1932 FINAL EDITION With All Latest and News of the Day 57TH 17660 Dilly Leased Wire Reports of United Press UP and International News Service INS CHESTER PA WEDNESDAY AUGUST 2 1033 PRICE TWO CENTS JOBS FOR MANY THOUSANDS LOOM MORE CODES IN Pledges for Shorter Hours and Better Pay Still Rushed to Capital BOY IS FOUND State and Local Aides Aid Government Dispute Over Oil Pact WASHINGTON Aug More than a quarter of a million adj drtional employes were brought under presidential reemployment agree ments today when Administrator Hugh S Johnson authorized modifi cations for five learge radio electrival manufacturers rayon weaving bedding and rayon and synthetic yarn WASHINGTON Aug Potential jobs for hundreds of thou sands loomed today as business firms all over the United States rushed their pledges to shorten hours and increase wages Many of these agree ments nominally were in effect Taking advantage of the job op portunities thus opened Hugh S Johnson national recovery admini strator today had his state and local aides all appointed ready to launch the reemployment drive in every state and city The members of these units nine on east state board and seven on each district board were drafted for their duties and were organizing while awaiting further instructions Firms sending in pledges are pre dominantly local in scope though not necessarily small concerns the reports reveal Rcservoirsof mass employment opportunities especially the big utility companies with their national ramifications are not acting very rapidly Johnson today frankly admitted he was not cheered by the way in which these major concerns had responded to date Nevertheless he said he had before him approximately 680 perm anent codes of as many industries or 250 APPLICANTS FOR HOME LOANS IN THEJXHINTY Office at Media Is Scene of Activity as Many Forms Are Given Out Arthur Biron 9 mysteriously miss ing for a week from his home In Clifton Heights was found early to day in Philadelphia BOY MISSING FOR WEEK FOUND Jlifton Heights Lad Object of Nationwide Search Wanted Excitement U S to Advance Money at Rate of Interest After Appraisal More than 250 applicants for loans appeared yesterday at the Delaware county office of the Home Owners Loan Corporation in the building of the Delaware County Institute of Science South avenue Media Matthew Randall of Wayne attor ney for Delaware county applications and Joseph P X Quinn of Upper Darby appraiser Interviewed the home owners as they appeared Each applicant was given a fonr to be filled out indicating the amouni due on one or more mortgages the amount due for delinquent intercs1 and any delinquent taxes Each ap plicant also received a form to b presented to the mortgagee or holdc of the mortgage Riving the latter consent to accept the government per cent bonds in settlement of in debtedness If the mortgagee gives consent and The widespread search for 9year old Arthur Biron Clifton Heights who was missing for a week ended today when police found him asleep on the porch of a West Philadelphia home He said he had not been outside of Philadelphia since he left his home Ive been going to a different swim ming pool every day he said I ate oranges and cakes that storekeepers gave me Tuesday afternoon I nearly drowned in Sherwood Recreation pool The pool is at Fiftysixth and Christian streets Philadelphia DISCUSSING THE PLANE FACTS ABOUT THE WORLD Continued on Page Seven ALLEGED HITRUN DRIVER IS HELD SHOWERS TONIGHT TO BRING RELIEF FROM HEAT WAVE Toriid Temperatures Still Crip he Entire Eastern Part of Country New Hitfli Record Estab lished for August 1 Mone Deaths Reported MAN OF STEEL Charged with being a hit and run driver James Davis 32 of the Ar cadia Hotel Eddystone was held in S500 bail for court when arraigned for a hearing before Magistrate Michael A Honan in police court to day Attorney Michael Reps waived a hearing but two persons who are prosecuting the case testified Dewey These two famed fliers liart a world of things I talk about thrj met at u New York niiflil club us shown here llmmv Mallrrn Icfl tell Wiley Insl first tn fly around the world alone lioiv his glnlicclrcltnj attempt tndert with a crash in Siberia BANK ROBBED JAIL CAPTURED The mercury mounted rapidly today and threatens to eclipse Mondays summer high of 100 degrees as Ihe At lantic Seaboards extended heat wuve look a toll of four more lives here The weather bureau again held out hope for at least temporary relief with the forecast of possible showers Similar predictions have failed to ma terialize for two days At 10 a m ihc thermometer reg istered R7 degrees nfler a jump of six points In an hour This exceeded by one degree lhe temperature at the same time on Monday It was B3 rieAH Important concession was mad SUN OIL COMPANY TO EMPLOY 3000 MORE WORKMEN Concern Announces Sign ing of Presidents Re employment Agreement Will Also Mean Wage Increase of From 30 to 10 Per Cent grces nt 10 a in ycslerduy when Ihe maximum was 05 Ten more deaths were added to the swelling list of heat fatalities in Ihe Philadelphia area The thermometer at Albany jumped toward the record figure of reached yesterday at 1 p m 101 n The by I lie slrol industry In labor when spokesman Robert lummil CANDIDATE FOR POOR DIRECTOR Two patrolmen in a bandit chasing Green 1801 West Third street testi Conliruicd on Page Seven COOLER WEATHER FORECAST FOR AREA Not so warm is the prediction today in ieastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland It will be partly cloudy and local thun der showers are possible here Fair weather is expected tomorrow automobile who were ordered to West Philadelphia to investigate a reported burglar found him He refused to tell his name and it was not until after a sergeant had washed his grimy face and cleaned him up that he was identified as Heights boy the missing Clifton To his mother who fainted from shock when police arrived at the Biron home 210 East Washington avenue with her missing son he told Continued on Page Seven terday was 97 at 345 p m a new maximum record for the date The previous maximum was 96degrees es tablished in 1915 The lowest temper ature here yesterday was 81 at 630 a m The average of 89 was twelve degrees above normal for the date and eleven degrees above the average August 1 last year Minimum tem perature for the date is 56 established in 1R95 here yes SEWER WORK HALTED DUE TO WAGE DISPUTE fied that on the night of July 23 a car he was driving was struck in the rear by a car owned by Davis father The driver ran away it was claimed Emma Watts 32 of 222 Fulton street who was In Dewcys car suffered severe scalp lacerations and is still under the care of a physician Dewey was represented by Attorney Matthew Rankin Charles Zcbley Glen Mills whose car was in collision with one driven by M J Woods of Eddystone at Eighth and Potter streets on July 17 was fined and costs on the charge of reckless driving this charge being preferred by Woods who was represented by Attorney Ed ward McLaughlin More than 60 laborers employed by Vincenzo DlFrancisco Llanerch con tractor who is engaged in construct ing a section of the new citji sewer system went on strike yesterday and today the work war still held up Sunrise was at B a m and Alfonzo Prnepnto 39 of Limvood sunset will be at 814 p m eastern slated at police station as being daylight saving time LOCAL GUARDSMEN TO RETURN SATURDAY LOCAL ROTARY CLUB BACKS PRESIDENT 22 Persons Locked in Kan Mrs Emilie B Myers oC 3Ton Safe Taken Recovered COFPEVV1LLE Kan Aug bandits that robbed the Citizens Bank at Weir City Kan Springfield Has Support of Prominent Group Announcement was made today of death toll was increased by two overnight Boston registered a temperature of 88 degrees at 10 a m nearly a degrees higher than at Inn cor responding hour yesterday Five per sons were prostrated Relict wns promised for tonight In Connecticut two heat deaths brought the weeks total to five Yesterdays maximum temperature here though 2 degrees below the high mark of the season established Mon day wns a new high for August 1 The mercury reached In mldnftcr noon and had dropped but 10 degrees by midnight The previous high mark for this date wns OC degrees recorded In 1915 Abnormal temperatures aggravated by high humidity gripped the entire prVslilcnl of the American Iron and Steel Institute announced hat Ilie liuliisliy would fcivr up Diecompany union which labor lias sought lo overthrow tnmont Is pictured at llui slccl rode hearings hi Washing ton The Sun Oil Company signed Presidents reemployment agreement ycslerduy This agreement applies to the 8100 employes of this company and Us Company of Delaware Sun Oil Pipeline of Texas Sperry Sun Well Surveying Company Twin State Oil Company of Okla homa and Texas Bay Terminal Rail road Company of Ohio Beaver Valley Railroad Company of Pennsylvania Susquphamm Pipeline Company of Pennsylvania Sun Pipeline Incor porated of New Vork Sun Oil Lins Company of Ohio Ofllclals of the concern anticipated that the signing of the agreement will Increase its present personnel of 8100 by about 3000 within the next 30 days Wage Increases under the new sched ule were said to amount to as much as 30 and 40 per cent in some In stances Tho Sun Oil Company has never us a matter of general policy re duced wages or cut Its personnel J Edgar Pew vice president said We have always felt that the way out of the depression was via tha route of increased purchasing power And through the additional num ber of employes which we shall ba obliged to take on we shall now in crease our payrolls by approximately month Sun Shipbuilding and Dry Company also a subsidiary of the Sun Oil Company has already signed the shipbuilding code and will work SEEK REVOCATION OF BEER LICENSE County Authorities Start Proceedings A g a i n st Club in Yeadon Borough Action to revoke the beer license of the Film Club of Yeiulon and also that agreement from its eflec t IVn tijlin n I Mirt Cooling showers broke the grip of the heat wave over the southwest and on the Pacific coast In Philadelphia scores of persons UIL1IIV VU1L WILV lYltll rt today after locking 22 persons In the Springfield for the office of director city jail were reported surrounded of the poor for Delaware county Mrs near here Elizabeth B Chcyncy the former in reined recently in order to accept appointment as executive director of the Delaware County the candidacy of Emilie D Myers of n A troop train bearing the men of Companies B and C lllth Infantry of this city is scheduled to arrive here from the summer training en campment at Mount Gretna at about 11 a m Saturday it is announced by officials of the passenger service of the local division of the Pennsylvania Railroad The men will detrain at the Sixth Street Station The two companies will form in a column and inarch from the station through the principal streets of the central business section to the armory at Eighth and Sproul streets where equipment will be put in order and returned to the proper storage places prior to the dismissal of the men MANY SEEK COOL BREEZES IN PARK leder of the strike arraigned for a hearing this morning but po lice had no charges to prefer against him and he was discharged The strikers say they have been working for 20 cents an hour and had no particular time schedule claiming they work as much as 15 hours a day They walked off the job for a 75 per cent increase it is understood City officials have taken an In terest In the labor trouble and will I make an investigation to learn if the contractor is complying with the re quest of President Roosevelt regard ing the NRA program It was inti mated this morning by one official that the contract may even be can celed it DiFrancesco refuses to com ply with the new deal program FEDERATION TO MEET Cheater Rotarians yesterday In reg ular meeting unanimously passed a motion to stand back of President Roosevelts NRA program the secre tary Josiah Sleeper being instructed to send a telegram to the White House to that effect The speaker for the occasion the Rev Charles H Urban assistant rec tor of St Pauls P E Church built south and two miles east of here were meager Sheriff Dave Hascn laugh reported to the bank at Weir City that the banks safe was recov ered intact The threeton strong box was hoisted on a truck sometime be tween 1230 and 4 a m by six masked men Three women and he town mar shal were among those locked in the Weir City jail by the bandits who captured all passersby who might have interrupted the robbery None of the victims was injured prostrations and water bureau ofll clals were deluged with telephone calls from households industries and hospitals reporting low water pres to padlock the building Is under way at Mecllu through the oilice o Dis tlvc date By adhering to the Presi dents agreement it will be neces sary to increase employment by tha sure Details of police guarded water hydrants and housewives were asked to conserve water Officials said con trlct Attorney William J MncCartcr company ami its subsidiaries by at least 30 per cent The Sun Oil Company in the last three years has not as a policy re duced the salary of its employes nor has It reduced the number of Its em ployes This is a remarkable achieve ment and it is based on the deslro of Ihe Sun Oil Company to maintain mnong its employes the same of living conditions that previously existed Emergency Relief Board of which J of 1wntcr yesterday was H Ward Hinkson Is chairman Petitions for Mrs Myers are being circulated and signatures are being secured from many men and women active in public affairs of the county Among those personally supporting Mrs Myers are J H Ward Hinkson George Wharton Pepper Jr Franklin N Brewer Wm Cracmcr Dr W W Comfort Howard Kirk C Carroll Lip plncott Freas B Snydcr Mrs Alan Calvert Mrs J Passmore Cheyney equipped with a winch to hotst the threeton safe E J Bennett the town marshal Mrs Myers a graduate of the Phil the men at work but was over his talk around the NRA declaring hnriu t t that it required nerve readiness and n 51L J took They captured Miss Agnes many personal experiences while m a 1 Brit football squad and wrestling team a President Al Knabb presented boutonnaires to Dr Alex Kassab Josiah Sleeper George Hetherington Rev Stanley V Wilcox and Richard Burns in honor of their birthdays Among the guests present was Bishop Francis M Taitt an honorary member of the local club j twelve years and has served dur ing that time in many phases of volunteer work for public health and welfare She is at present a director of the Delaware County Tuberculosis Association a director of the Dela ware County Federation of Womens Clubs vice president of the Delaware iw uip 10 Welfare Council and rep Missouri Ozarks were halted and I Ul locked up As the robbery progressed the bandits took other earlymorning passersby until the little jail was crowded with 22 persons A meeting of the Delaware County DARBY BOY BREAKS Federation of organizations affiliated l JW JlvrfYIYO with the G A R will be held early in the fall according to announce ment made today by the president Edgar J Magnin of Sharon Hill Dcshong Park has proved a boon cirflcs of the Ladies of the G A R durinc i and camPs of S9ns Pf Union Veterans and their auxiliaries are identified with the federation the last few days of the present heat wave according to Superin tendent of Park Police William Ditch field Scores of men women and even children have occupied the benches until 2 oclock in the morning to escape the heat of their homes Some of the men have slept all night upon the grass preferring that to a stifling room board of the Philadelphia Social Serv ice Exchange Mrs Myers Mrs T Jcddson Myers Jri is also a member of the Spring field local relief association and former president of the Club of Springfield In addition to the widespread sup port being given Mrs Myers by In dividual citizens her choice for the i position is endorsed by the executive Coroner J Evans Schcchle of board of the Delaware County Wcl Llanerch will conduct two Inquests farc Council of which Mrs Wm A Encased in plasltr of paris Archl at the office of Deputy Coroner Jaiuettc of Swarthmore Is presi iM ATtllnr Tr 1C A in rti J Hont Thut rnimrll it ii n NECK WHEN DIVING CORONER ARRANGES FOR TWO INQUESTS bald Miller Jr 16 of 410 South Seventh street Darby today lies on a bed in the Delaware County Hos pital and if he lives he will owe his life to the bravery of his brother Rutherford H and a companion Harry ONeill 16 Darby of Pine street MOYA FIREMEN w i mrtnmn auinueu a oroKen necK PI A N hi IK IK V IN yesterday afternoon when he dived 1 ljr 1 wit llAjlO into the waters of Darby Creek Un mii j dent This council is a federation of George White Third and Norris morc lhan 50 health and welfare n 1 170000000 gallons In excess of normal n Philadelphia Four heat victims were treated at the Chester Hospital yesterday AH were men Three were employed In plants along the river front In this city and the other at an oil com panys plant In Mnrcus Hook They were Gustiwe Frescw Philadelphia Clayton Harris 1617 West Third street Louis Tyson 31 Slower street ind Francis Williams Marcus Hook 2 SMALL CHILDREN BROTHERS DROWNED Two small sons of Mr and Mrs James K Stone of St Davids yes terday lost their lives by drowning In a small stream that runs through the grounds of the summer home of the family at Laana Plkucounty The little victims were James Jr 7 and Ralph 5 The children dis appeared from the summer cottage with their 3ycarold sister An hour Jr On Friday there will be a hearing on the petition of the district at torney lo have the clubs beer license canceled It Is based largely on the allegation that beer was sold after Saturday midnight and the stale law legalizing the licensing of places or 3a per cent beer prohibits the sale of the beverage between mid night Saturday and fi a m Monday This Is the first action in Delaware county to revoke n beer license under the new law The padlock proceedings arc based on the claim that the club sold inr loxlcatlhg liquors containing more than onehalf of one per cent of alcohol They arc brought under the State Prohibition Enforcement Act The Film Club which is located on Bailey avenue wns raided by county detectives and Yeadon police early Sunday morning June 25 Three men Harry Hamilton president of the club Ralph S Smith treasurer and ChnrlcK Donahue bartender were held for court About 150 patrons were on joying themselves when the raiders spoiled the party SCHOOL SUPPLIES UNDERGO CHECKING Supplies of text books and other materials which were recently con tracted for following action of the school directors to purchase them for Ihe school year are being received at later Mrs Stone and the childrens the Hubcr Building Broad and Crosby nurse became alarmed when they did I streets and arc being prepared for not hear the children playing in the I distribution lo tho grade schools yard A search for them revealed j A survey has been made to drtcr thc little girl sitting on a stone in j mine the needs of each school inso the middle of the stream She was far as could be determined In vl HAIRDRESSERS VOTE APPROVAL Seventyfive hairdressers1 arid beau ticians of this city attended a meet Ing held at the Chester Club last evening when the group voted to send n telegram to President ROOJSB veil today assuring him that tha local group is with him in the new Recovery Act plan Mnybcllo Oakes chairman of the hairdressers associ ation was In charge of the meeting William Delnhanty secretary and general manager of the Delawars County Chamber of Commerce Mrs Winifred Fayant of a Philadelphia beauty school DavidArtz and Isaao Zablugofr also of Philadelphia ad dressee the meeting COUNTY EMPLOYE RESIGNS Robert Robinson of Garden City an employe of the Board of Assess ment and Revision of faxes In the court house at Media has tendered his resignation He and his wife and son plan to sail on Saturday for France where they will remain for some weeks They will visit Mrs Rob insons father a native of France crying bitterly vancc of the term opening In Scptcri Thc mother waded the creek picked llle allotments for the schools up the little girl and then saw the bodies of her other two children float ing in a nearby pool formed In the stream by the rocks The mother took the bodies ashore and then col lapsed operaline in au of uic of fixing the responsibility for the i deaths of Grant Watkins of the SUSTAINED KNEE INJURY Chester Rescue Mission who was killed in an automobile accident at Mrs Dorothy Allen of 1214 Folsom T E LE PHON ECO M P A N Y EXECUTIVE RETIRES Jerome L 019 Glenn tcr the intersection of Chichestcr and avenue Prospect Park suffered conservice with the Bell Telephone Com i iniu til n i iLiiii I ui vn icun iitiu i t ni r nkiuiiTU lul I Archibald sustained a broken neck Glen Riddle roads Twin Oaks tuslons of the knee yesterday afteri pnny arc now being made up so that they can be promptly delivered throughout the district just before schools reopen Work at the stockroom IB in charge of Elmer Rennle who also heads the compulsory education department of the school district A complete in ventory of the stockroom has also been made during the summer months and all stock has been re catalogued Topics of Times j conscious he was taken from ihe creek by the other two boys who Wednesday morning July in and that noon when slit was thrown from a Mr Benxing Is widely known In of Thomns Barlow of the Plaza horse she wns exercising on the i this city having served hero for a Marcus Hook who was killed on grounds of tho Brinton Lake Club at Wednesday July 26 while riding a Concordvillc She was given treat f f j weancsaay juiy zt wnue name a ooncuravinc one was given ireai Ot Company carried him a through dense motorcycle on the Post road near I ment for her injury at the Chester RESUMK SERVICE TOMORROW Service on Market street between Sixth street and Third street by cars on the Marcus Hook and High land avenue division of the South ern Pennsylvania Traction Company will be resumed tomorrow morning H was announced by the company The cars were rerouted temporarily to enable workmen to complete con struction of sewers in front of the Will Participate in ComI y pctitive Drills Always evidencing an interest In Physicians at the hospital discov ered that the boy had a splintered vertebra caused it is believed when his head struck a rock when he Chester Times City Center Building I competitive drill program for two The operation will be completed by groups of active members of the tomorrow morning1 i company on Tuesday evening at 7 HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY tBr United Press oclock marking for the first time the inception of company group cf critical the fact that their willingness to His condition is regarded as serve the public as a fire fighting unit should come before all other activities members and officers of the Moyamensing Hook and Ladder Company have planned an elaborate i McClenachan terrace Marcus Hook Hospital and permitted to go home STRIKEPACf MAY URSCHELllDNAP HALT DISORDERS RANSOM AUTO ACCIDENT VICTIM Thomas Radwell of Seventh and Prospect avenues Prospect Park was discharged from Fitzgerald Mercy Hospital this morning following treatment for lacerations of the face and brush burns which he suffered in an accident at Chesterpiko and Pinchot Believes His SugFigure Hinted by Contact number of years as manager o the I Chester district He left here In Oc tober 1025 whon he was forced to lake 1 vacation on account of 111 noKi When he returned to his work he was assigned as a special icent for the company which position hn held until Monday Inst Though still a young and vigorous with Mrs Bending for Ocean City iIlkcly to will remain for the i county WILL ASK COURT TO DECIDE ISSUE of Voter to Change They say that defective molars cause dark patches under the eyes But that wasnt the cause of the mourning color under Henry the big accordian mans eye recently Everyone Is born with a chance to become president But it seems that most persons in this county want to be sheriff Italian honeymoon couples in Italy are given free tickets on street cars Later we suppose the divorce courts will provide the transfers Party Enrollment Again Under Discussion Pussyfoot Johnson eminent pro hibition orator says the U S Is in for a 5year drunk Too bad Just when its beginning to get over I a 4year hangover gestions lo Leaders Will j Be Obeyed Man Paid City Mo in Kansas HARRISBURG Aug 1 TULSA Okla Aug The USE OF ABANDONED SCHOOL UNDECIDED The moot question of how a voter change his party enrollment is be put before the for an opinion of the County Commis law Yesterday the sioners actiiiR on the advice of County Solicitor Albert J Williams voted to refuse to accept petitions of voters asking for a change of party Abandoned last February with the enrollment Such petitions have been i jjv I itovtl i JLtriii i 11 ficiency drills in the city department Pine street Darby when an automo Thomas Moses president of the H family of Charles F Urschcl millioni opening of the second term of the I received but Solicitor Williams yes Trench diggers went on strike hera yesterday Maybe they figured they were too long In the hole Mosquitoes and Japanese beetles are abundant hereabouts Other pesta are the ones who keep reminding you about how hot it is Dispatches inform us that Princa Ferdinand of HohcnzoUern Is selling Fords nowadays Well his old man Kaiser Bill was quie a flivver him self AT CONEY ISLAND K Miss Adclc Buzry Trsxton Z a h n Thistle Dorita Strolling Time Weather cloudy track fast The program has been set up and will be umpired and observed by Fire Chief Alexander Calhoun and James E Lamb the latter recently elected foreman of the company and a fire fighter of many years expertj cnce bile in which he wns a passenger c collided with a pole shortly aftcr last1 midnight A number of police have been called to trstify in this federal probe INJURED IN FAII will be saying how not enrolled with the repistry asses today tcction for employes of bituminous stood today Catlctt said he could I school has beyim to show the effects Mrs Catherine Ligett of HOO mines who want to work but are be not be positive of the figure but he of many months of disuse Everything In the test will depend Pickets and strike agitators ing prevented or intimidated by knew It was very high A vise for the old achoolhouse has for Mr Williams told Commission C Edwin Hunter and James F t j on accuracy and speed and the con tests will begin from the firehouse 324 East Broad street Each of the Boo competing crews will consist of 10 h lee men and a crew leader in addition toncr nome j the regular drivers of the two pieces of apparatus who will serve both crews The location of the tests will be unknown to the firemen who will The ransom was paid In Kansas not yet been found since Its closing Desmond but It does not say any iaiSl wlntcr At one time some weeks 1 thing about the change of party cn in the front porch of i After treatment she was i AT HAWTHORNE Belles Last Star Luke Connell Knight Lydia Ann Sandy Knight Weather cloudy track slopp9 ilEAT HALTS WORKMEN The oppressive heat yesterday be called to their places on the ap forced men installing new rafters and paratus at the fire station by a flooring in a room on the second Pinchot today adopted a Catlctt said he went to Kansas j of their mission at present situated watchful waiting policy in dealing City and registered at a hotel Sun on East Sixthjrtrcct further with the strike of 43000 i miners In the bituminous fields of sounding of the alarm The trucks i with their crews will be taken to the scene of the drill and all phases of Continued on Page Seven LEBANON MINISTER DIES LEBANON Pa Aug The Rev Martin Hlssy 88 died here yesterday He was one of the oldest ministers of the Brethren Church in eastern Pennsylvania noor of the Chester Boys Clubhouse adC nitHnp P rnrf he followed instructions I and made the ransom payment i He was told he said to go home and Urschel would be released within 24 hours The millionaire oil man U S TREASURY BALANCE WASHINGTON Aug Treasury balance as of July 31st Sft3393295973 Internal revenue S5 35818436 custom receipts 24478 litla and state police have been notl j fied j The Governor believes the peace agreement will end violencein the Continued on Pace Seven ONE OF SPEAKERS The Department of Commerce of strike but in the event further disj Philadelphia has appointed C E MISHAP TO CHILD Leonard McCafferty threeyearold of 505 Wilson street was shaken up and bruised yesterday afternoon when a coach In which he was sleeping rolled off the porch at his home and he was hurled out of the vehicle He was treated at the Chester Hospital PEGGY 1OYCE ILL CHICAGO Aug Hopkins Joyce the much married ordrs occur it was expected that adRiddcl manager of the Darby BusIi stage and screen actress was taken to ness Association as a speaker for j Michael Reese Hospital today suffer on Seven I NRA ing from a severe attack of tonsUitis t Hospital yesterday Tnc announccmcnt of the mcctini CitySunday night Catlctt said n a contused left knee wa madc by tnc ROVcrnor aftcr an He was understood to have been ago thn directors of the Chester rollment where the clcclor already her foot slipped cxchanic of telegrams 1 selected by the family as the contact Rescue MLvion Inspected the building i has been enrolled by the registry asr man fter z report was received from M possible headquarters where they scssor B HARRISBURG Pa Aug the kidnaping agent in Kansas Citv i would be enabled to expand the work I Any voter whose petition to change ls party from Republican to Dem ocrat nr vice versa is refused may take Into court a petition for an al ternative mandamus on the commis sioners to accept his petition The matter will then be put up to the court to decide It was brought out at the com missioners meeting that there arc sill vacancies in the office of tax collector In the borough of Upland and in Bethel township County Engineer Wright was in structed to have county employes build a wall on lhe Turner property at Baltimore pike and Walltngford road Springfield township madc necessary by the widening of the pike and warm it was back in August Government geological survey re ports that the whole country has all on on The Weather WASHINGTON Pennsylvania Fair and slightly cooler fair Western Pennsylvania Fair U night slightly cooler in extreme east portion Thursday partly ctowly pos sibly followed by local showers TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6am 7am 8 a m 80 1 p m 76 11 a m 83 76 Noon 84 86 9 a m 10 a m 81 2 p m 88 82   

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