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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - August 3, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE MONTHS ENDING DECEMBER 31 1932 wme FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best Newa of the Day 57TH a7661 Dally Leased Wire Reports of United Press I UP and International News Service CHESTEK PA THURSDAY AUGUST 3 1933 TWENTY PAGES PRICE TWO CENTS PRIVATE YARDS GET 21 CONTRACTS FOR NAVY SHIPS Johnson Sees Blue Eagle Hope Sign for People JOHNSON MEETS COAL CHIEFS TO END PA STRIKE SENORA DANIELS HONORS BOLIVAR Greatest Program in Ship Do Building History Launched by Navy Dept 16 Vessels Jo Be Alloled to Government Yards Work for Thousands Pa Aug Stand back of the Blue Eagle noi take any excuse for an j Frick Company President This message was delivered to the people of Pennsylvania here last night by Brig Gen Hugh S Johnj Gov Finehot and Labor Heads Attend son national recovery administrator finn j a flying visit from Washington Conference in Washington on WASHINGTON Aug The Navy Department launched the j him he will pull the country out when he took steps for federal in tervention into the bituminous coal strike He continued The blue eagle is the peoples sign of hopc If mev Vim stlck lo May Shape Into Test of NRA Powers WASHINGTON Aug Labor disturbances in were greatest ship building program in hisI if he fails you will have only your vania coal fields lory today aarding contracts for the self to blame Play fair with construction of 21 vessels in private ijiue everybody else play yards and alloting construction of fair also the Pennsyl n added importance nationally today when labor leaders asserted thai the coa situation was shaping into a test of the National Recovery Adminlura n i lion not onrv in that industry but in to private yards was You must not let those who wont the great iron and steel industry as The huge ship construction piay the game soil the whole game well gram financed by a 238900000 public For a few cents difference that the Administrator Hugh S Johnson at iiirMlr r IIKIC ri nc1 rmnrt r t I 10 additional ships to government The whole man and shops The total amount of contracts woman must support the blue eagle works allotment was designed for the Uhirker may offer in price by re double purpose of building the United States fleet up to within 204000 tons of London treaty limits and putting thousands of men at nations ship yards work in the I fusing to help the buyer must not help the shirking employer and lose this one chance to put our people back to work This is a magnificent tempting to mediate the Pennsylvania coal strike before the industry is brought under a code of fair com petition arranged 1 conference for this afternoon between rcprcsenta i lives of employers and employes pnr ui iiuu The contracts awarded today were j chfmce for a whole people to get to ticiputing in the Pennsylvania clis for the following ships j for all and all for one pule Two aircraft carriers displacement each two 20000 tons light cruis ers 10000 tons each eight destroy ers 1850 tons each seven destroyI way to to lie fair and tons each two submarines a failman cannot get together with onc heavy I an unfair one and he ought not to Both men have got to be fair Oa that basis any two men in any 125000000 people can get together and they cannot get together on any other basis That is all the Presi dent is asking and that is thesecret of everything he is doing Just now this state is torn with dissension Just the safety of the whole country depends on getting two great groups are standing apart You can not get together with a man throw ing bricks at him You cannot do it in refusing to talk to him I would talk to the devil himself if 1 thought it would make Hell any cooler It has never been done before It Thomas Moses president of the H j all depends on cooperation c Frick Coke Company against i operation is getting together The 1400 tons each and cruiser 10000 ons The Newport News Shipbuilding Drydock Company of Newport News Va was awarded the contract for the two aircraft carriers The companys bid on these vessels was 519000000 each subject to adjust ments for changes in the cost of labor and material The heavy cruiser will be built by the Bethlehem Ship Building Cor poration Quihcy Mass for the fixed price of without adjust ments for changes in labor and ma terial costs The New York Shipbuilding Com pany of Camden N J was awarded the contract for construction of two light cruisers for the fixed price of each without adjustments Other contract awards Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corpora tion for four 1850 ton destroyers au thorized under the Act of August 1916 for the fixed price of each New York Shipbuilding Company four of the same class thorized by the National Recovery Act for the fixed price of each The department alloted the ship construction of one light cruiser and YOUNG WIFE TIRED which the strike ir directed notified Johnson he would meet representa tives of the United Mine Workers in Johnsons oflice The conference had been planned for 11 a m but Moses sent representatives to request a de lay on the ground that he would not baprepared until a later hour to dis cuss the situation more fully CREEK IN DENVER OVERFLOWS MAIN BUSINESSJ5LOCKS Torrent following Cloud burst Ureaks Dam Dis locates Bridges SEKK GYPSIES HERE FOR THEFT IN SOUTH Spreads Over 9 Squares Farm House Crumbles Areas Evacuated County city and Stute police today joined in a hunt for three gypsy women who arc wanted In Norfolk Vu for lleecing ti resident of lhat city out of 57100 The usual gypsy method to obtain the money was used The victim was asked to place the cash in a handker chief nnd tie it so that It might be blessed Tho unsuspecting person placed seven bills and four bills In tile handkerchief as directed but after the Nomads left the woman discovered Ihut she had a handkerchief filled with wads of newspaper The gypsies left Virginia in a large car bearing North Carolina license DENVER Colo Aug plates 10U137 which wns traced lo raging torrent of wuter roared Lepers Flats on Ihe outskirts of tills through Cherry creek in tho hearl driver of the cur WHS lo ot Denver early today the worst Hood ciiled but the women were nol lound in the citys history filako Denver wholesale district wns under three feet of wa CITY AND COUNTY BUSINESS MEN BACK PRESIDENT Number Signing Certifi cates of Compliance With NRA Plan Increases Arrangements Are Made for Meeting of Local Committee Next Monday The driver strange us it seems not arrested even for questioning The message of the theft was re fer and thousands of dollars of damceived hero over police teletype ma was believed to have been done i chines yesterday It states that the perron or persons locating the thieves will be rewarded with 10 per cent of the money recovered VOTR ION nOUSKM KNT iln the colorful costume of he women of the Isthmus of Tchuantciicc Mrs Labor spokesmen pointing out that 1anicJs wifc thc VS In Jlxteo is pictured thc Frickcompany i Fastnc Sala City belle at the reception In the mines declared the coal situation was closely related to disputes which are i developing regarding the company union plans of the steel industry The Frick Company is a subsidiary of the U S Steel Corporation and its mines are operated only for the steel concern Labor parlance describes this type of mine as captive or con ian capita marking the 150th anniversary of the birth of Simon liullvar South American liberator DELAY OUSTING OF POSTMASTER two destroyers to Navy Yard the Philadelphia NAVY YARDS GO ON 40HOUR BASIS trolled in policy as well as production by the Parent Steel Company Gov Gifford Pinchot of I7 VPIMT1 UI A X7C vania President John L Lewis of I lliSLn J3avlO the United Mine Workers and I Edward F McGrady assistant NRA BUYING DRIVE IS NEXT STEP IN BIG AT SWARTHMORE RECOVERY PLANS A rumored murder in a house on Walnut street near Sixteenth street yesterday afternoon was found to be nothing but a family brawl be tween Peter Baronsky 5G and his soninlaw Joseph Augustitino 26 The fight started over the younger man insisting that his wife live on a diet of baked beans She testified against her husband this morning and exhibited a cheap brand of beans that she declared was the only WASHINGTON Aug 3 All government navy yards will be placed on a 40hour five day week commencing Sunday the Navy De partment announced today thing he provided for meals She cried bitterly as she told of eating beans for breakfast dinner and sup per every day until she became so fedup on beans that she can now readily sympathize with fellows who served in the army during the big fuss in191718 The womans father said the son inlaw attacked him and smashed Continued on 1agc Thirteen JURY COMMISSIONER NOMINATION SOUGHT Incumbent Directed to Continue in Office Until Further Notice Campaign Underway to Get Idle Dollars Back Into Commerce Lanes to wholesalers slock Ths bridge crossing the creek at Curtis street collapsed The waters lind spread over un urea nearly nine blocks wide In the vicinity of Blake street in the whole salt1 district Water was in basements and in some cases up to the Ihst lloor in of wholesale buildings DefoiT noon however police along tin hunks of tin creel nonr the out skirts of the city reported tlu water had started receding The York street bridge had previously been closed to Ira tile was reopened No lives were known to have been lost but nn ominous silence hung over the valley just below Castlewood dam which guve way at midnight to add its churning waters lo Ihe tor rent It was feared nn unknown num ber of farmers and prospectors may have been trapped by the waiters and swept lo their deaths Farm houses in the area were re ported to have crumbled like curd board buildings before the rushing niter Bridges were swept away before lie flood which came down in a reat wall of water 30 foci high and icarly a mlo wide As the flood reached Denver II huiR close to the course of Cherry creek Ordinarily dry the 20 toot concrete flood vviills of the siren m were filled o overflowing It appeared that n number of bridges in downtown Den Order a Genuine Surprise Johnson Wants Nation to Among thc names of candidates mentioned for tho office of sherill of this county recently announced was that of Magistrate Mahlon P Elliott of Ihe Ninth ward Yesterday however Mr Elliotl stated that the announcement was incorrect inasmuch as he was a can to Democrat Who Ex pected Appointment Vincent Pownoll postmaster at Swarthmore scheduled for retirement January 1934 recently wrote to Spend the Cash Accru ing Froni Raised Pay didate for Jury Commissioner and not postmaster General Farley asking llamc nad becn i that his successor be appointed On mentioned for the first named office 29 he was notified of the sip by some persons who had signed his i pointment of Alfred P Smalley of petition under the impression lhat he 507 avenue Tothc position was out for the sheriffs office but prison This shorter hour week for the navy yard also will result in reduced pay for navy workers The latter now are receiving a six day salary for working five and onehalf days Under the j new 40 hour week they will receive 11UIN b Or five days pay for five days work Officials pointed out this reduced pay schedule is necessary in order to avoid a reduction in the number of workers considerable furniture before police that it was entirely unintentional on arrived Augustitino was sentenced i the part oi these persons to serve five days in thc county ALARM PATIENTS PETITION IX BANKRUPTCY Patients in a section of the Ches ter Hospital were somewhat alarmed yesterday when a band of gypsies visiting onc of their kin who was admitted to the institution Monday to receive treatment for burns Lawrence B Schlegel trading as Kirklyn Pharmacy Kirklyn through his attorney Howard Kirk of Media Aisled on removing Ihe bandages to presented a petition in the District i sce If thc wounds were healing Court of the United Stales at Phil adelphia yesterday for an extension in bankruptcy proceedings under sec tion 74 No schedules were filed Albert E Holl of Media referee SAILORS RUN OF P f is Mi to turn over the office to his suc j ccssor he received a wire from Mr i Farley instructing him not to re i Hnquisli office soucc Another wire from snalley to I defer action until further noiice A couple ol husky gobs who gave i explanation was offered No REFUND ANNOUNCED BARRISBURG Pa Aug Board of Finance and Revenue today announced refunds for excess A nurse who learned of their ut tempt interfered nnd then several men and women created a scene the result being that a call was sent to police Two members of the tribe were arrested They gave their names as John and Mary Copper 47 and 30 years of age respectively Following their arrest they posted S15 bail each lo appear in police court this morning on charges of disorderly their names as J M McDonald and Sam Sacks of New York City arrived here last night after a long trip Anx ious to get ashore to sample thc new 32 bepr they soon learned it had a wallorV if taken in sufficient quanti ties At 4 a m today llviy decided they had beer bill lacked other I do not know the reason for the sudden change in Instructions Mr Smalley said I nm a rockribbed Democrat nnd have lived for eight years in Swarthmore Mr Pownall postmaster nine years j deferred plans to go on a fishing trip WASHINGTON Aug Mobilization of thc buying power ol the nation was under way today as the next big step in the rccoverj program Preparations arc being made to launch a campaign throughout the nation which will seek to the upending ability of those who have any backed up by the ncwmridc dol I sirs of those whom It is hoped to ndc to thc payrolls before thc snow flies Thn latter phase of thc recovery efTort is getting under way as the committees in state and local com munities organize Backing up this national move were thc pledges of additional thousands of local firms each with the prospect of increased employment as the agreement takes effect Stimulating further the employment cJTort Hugh S Johnson thc national Unanimous support of members of the Chester Kiwanls Club was voted the NRA program yesterday when the club president Hurry W Kane asked for tin opinion of the members concerning the important national Issue Following a vote taken by the president the secretary John lloyle was instructed to triune a resolution and lo enclose a copy In a communi cation to he White House The members all of whom voted in favor of tho resolution are business men and executives of large concerns The speaker of the was Dr Wadea A Kassab D D S who gave nn Interesting talk on his profession Dr Joseph Chcrmol also a member of the dental profession was called upon to speak on thc art of extnicl Ini teeth A brief directors meeting followed tho regular session of llic club which wns held In the Y W C A building Seventh and Sproul streets It wns decided to set n regular annual date for the club picnic ill Wcstlown and The local division of the NRA army is dally growing employers con tinually streaming Into the office of Postmaster John K Hagerty with ilulr signed certificates of compli ance and seeking their Blue Eagla emblems That thc spirit of the recovery drlvs is highly contagious is evidenced by the numbers of meetings planned throughout tho county This after noon William P Delehnnty mana ger of thc Delaware County Chamber of Commerce will address members of thc Lansdowne Business Mens As sociation his topic being The Na tional Recovery and he will again speak on the same subject nt H p in when he will address the Buitiers Association in Goodman Halt Thn local NRA committee headed by Albert R Granger head of thc Chamber of Commerce will meet with the Donrd of Directors of the Chamber of Commerce at the Chester Club Welsh street at 1215 p m next Monday At this meeting it Is expected that William Craemer a member of the State Chamber of Commerce who was la Harrlsburg yesterday to hear General Hugh S Johnson national administrator discuss President Roosevelts national recovery machine Continued on Thirteen lo make application grounds next year for use of the HELD FOll COURT AS DRUNKEN DRIVER BOAT C LUB M EM BERS RECOVER PET PIG A young pig that escaped from he headquarters of the West End Boat Club foot of Central avenue on Monday has been found and re turned to Us owners The porker was brought here by club members from Little Creek Del lust Sunday and placed him In a temporary pen in the boat stornKO department of the club house from which he escaped On Tuesday night members decided to make inquiries along the river front When the searching party reached a boat house at Front and fJcancy streets and made inquiries it was learned that the pigi had been recovered from the river on Monday afternoon by two boatmen The pii Is now being fed up for a roast pork dinner as soon as the weather Ls suitable for nn event of that kind and resumes working garb Politicians wondered whether the action re excitemeut so started out to clean up i suited from u difference between Bethel Court They had succeeded in the GuffcyVanDyke State leadcrsh partially wrecking onc place and were i ihip and Louis Cole Einmons Demo smashing a pair of wooden steps era tic leader in Swarthmore original j when the gendarmes of rived and called n halt to administrator eased the term of the blanket code for a larger yroup as he hud done earlier for the retail nnd chain stores The ellect xvas an immediate II ELD FOR QUESTIONING A highway robbery suspect who Ir slated by police as Joseph Fowse of Front nnd Pennell streets ordered held for Investigation b Magistrate Honan in police cottr food today Detectives will question hlu concerning u recent slickup In th uuuL11 huins crane iiiiuci in owaruimuic original the law arI Roosevelt man and a member of llu under im o the festivi State Board for the NRA Mr Em1 pending adoption Charged wltii operating an nutomo ile while under the Influence ol Iquor John Twoskl 27 of the 7700 lock lnycock street Philadelphia vns held in ball for court when ivcu a hearing before Magistrate A Honan in police court to day The alleged corkscrew driverwa ir res ted last evening lit Second anc Pen n streets by Patrolmen Rcardon uid Loguc A resldciitof the vicinit also testified that Twoskl stopped hi car near hishome and nn was so drunk that he After being slated at police s lion Twoski was examined by physician who Issued u certificate ting that he had been drinking but was not Intoxicated 111 speak Rallying wound the emblem of lie Blue Eagle u special meeting of he Hairdressers Association of this Ity plans n special meeting It is mdcrstood that every hairdresser in he city with one exception is in nc ord with the code adopted at tha ast meeting Postmaster John K Hagerty this norning declared that more than GOO employers of thislocality have al signed up Their names have been forwarded to the district office In Philadelphia where u list will be compiled end returned to the local iiostofllcc for ponling and publication The list when received here will ba posted in a conspicuous place so that Continued on Thirlecn FIND UNCONSCIOUS MAN ON SIDEWALK SHOWERS ARE AGAIN PREDICTED FOR AREA Frank Ellington 3B 6T3031 Clover lane Stonehursl was found lying In the street ncur his home at 515 a in today an apparent victim of somnam bulism Patrolmen Smithand Cauley of tha pper Darby police force en me ncross nV unconscious form of Ellington and relieved him to Delaware County iospii 1 for treatment Police be ieve Uiat Ellington walked in his sleep rkpm his home and collapsed on the sVlewalk nearby tax payments in excess of Thn conduct and when they failed to put refunds include that of the estate of j in an appearance at 9 a m Magis William Wood Delaware county i trate Honan declared their bail for S4619 for inheritance taxes feited ONE OF CANDIDATES TWO HEAT VICTIMS ties Bolh paid fines of S5 and costs I mons remained silent in police court this morning ACCUSEDYOUTHS REGAIN FREEDOM It vas pointed out that telegrams to both men yesterday were direct from Postmaster General Farley While Mr Smalley it was said re ceived credentials from Assistant Postmaster General OMahoney who is reported to have said he knew nothing about the Swarthmore situa tion Raymond P Parringer of SwarthTwo heat victims were given treatI more is circulating a petition among ment at the Chester Hospital his friends in support of his filed in day They arc Lillian M Gardner tcntion to be a candidate for the office of Aniline Village who was overcome Released Under Bond i u s TKKASUKVISAKANCI of borough tax collector HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY United Press while working in her home and Jolin j i Mnloney an employe on one of the j boats docked at the Marcus Hook I Of plant of the Sun Oil Company Both were discharged after treatment Pending Trial on High way Robbery Charges REFUSES CLAIM AT HAWTHORNE 1 Alice Petty 3 Barney Sexton Tryandagain 5 Broad Meadows Grand Prince Commuter Don Romiro Towcc C T Aladdins Dream S Pigeon Hole Uncommon Gold Catherine Fox Quibbler Wealhcr cloudy track sloppy AT CONEY ISLAND 2 Big Moment Angkor Donna Linda Le Komorous Hogans 1ridc S Our Senator 4 Bansct Dcenie 5 Glynhurst fi 7 Nonc Lonj John Double Shuffle Red Boot Weather cloudy track slow naramzadaj Judge MacDade Rules in Three Eighth ward youths accused highway robbery were granted their freedom yesterday when Judge John M Broomall released them i under S1500 and S2500 bail to stand trial in September i The defendants are William Savini 18 of the 300 block Broomall street I JS1500 bail Angelo Saline 1G of the 300 block Broomall street S1500 bail and Gennario Do Meglio 16 of the i 700 block west Third street S2500 bail j WASHINGTON Aug The treasury net balance for August 2 583057422427 miscellaneous internal revenue receipt1 that dry j were custom rocripts i August 1 were j HOMfOWNElS SEEKING LOANS ing of approximately 20000 banks temporary of for mal codes of a group of major Indus trial manufacturers including among others the electrical manufacturers the radio industry and a number of textile manufacturers Work continued with the collon garment code successful termination of which will mean according to R O Kennedy Troy N Y manufac turer additional employment of 40 000 lo 50000 workers There was a promise Ihe pclrolcum code would finally be completed after threatened deadlocks throughoul Ihe week while committees were atlcmpl inc to stgree on conlroverted points Hetnorccd pressure for price fix Continurd on Thirteen wcstem section of Ihe city If he Partly cloudy skies nre predicted today wllh showers and thunder storms this afternoon or tonight In eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland It will be fair and cooler tomorrow The highest temperature here yes terday was 97 degrees at 345 p in a new maximum record for thc dale Thc previous maximum was Ufi cs tabllshed in 1917 The nvernge yes terday of 8B was twelve degrees above normal for the date nnd eleven de nroves nn alibi will bo turned i llts Jljovi Llc average August 2 lust over to Probation Officer Palmer us I Minimum temperature for the he violated n parole having been convicted of robbery last year de tectives fiay RESIDENTIAL FELICITATIONS SLIGHT RELIEF FROM THE HEAT Showers Are Predicted for This Area Today Cool ing Breezes Welcomed dale Ls established in 1B7B Sunrise today was at iOl a m and sunset will he at 813 p m eastern daylight saving time ItKCOVKKING TOUR Aaron ToilJii of 516 East Twenty first street who recently graduated from the lawschool of the Univer sity of Pennsylvania sailed yesterday on the steamship Washington from New York for a weeks tour of England nnd Prance Mr Tollin is U son of Frank Toltin well known business man ot this city He was graduated from thc Chester High School after which he entered thc law school at the University of Pennsylvania on a scholarship awarded at ihe local high school Topics of Ta nies invif orl Thit OOfi AnlTn Djirhv 1 nU Ap U p 1Mruy Who no BuoI Matter of Cash Deposited I Fourth street remains in no i i r i acrion being taken to gain his re in Closed Darby Bank i lease i The four youths are accused of j robbing William Barire Negro of the i of 300 block Montgomery street this I flee plications Have Been Filed in This State Named Daughter Nira Prizes Roosevelt Letter A heat wave held the Kastcrn Sea board in its grip for the sixth suc cessive day today with fair and somewhat cooler weather promised Tom i wra lures alone the north At Itintlc coasl ranged from a l Port land to 07 in Philadelphia the hot test August 2 on record In this area Showers promised almost dally failed to materialize A llrht rain fell last evening for about five min ute1 In some parts of the city but resulted in only a 2dctrec drop in temperature Cooling brecxcs were promised for today however If the temperature remains above 00 In an opinion filed at Media Judge ffi Bank and Trust Company for prei j forrnZ to Detective Captain George J 5 Matthew Randall nnd Joseph F X j 0ce in lnc ference in connection with a de posit made the afternoon before the bank closed The secretary of banking in ex ceptions filed by Attorneys Samuel A Montgomery and Raymond E Sanphord Snialliiy of 1532 Walnut strccl member of the Good Will Fire Company No 2 is recovering from a serious iilness caused when ho was overcome by dense fumes of acrid smoke lie encountered while fighting the recent ship fire at the yards of Ihe Sun Shipbuilding and Drydock Company It is reported that Alexander Cal houn chief of thc bureau oi fire1 who was also among the srnokc viei tims is still confined to his bed and IK under Hie can of a physician Other smoke victims suffered less serious effects MISSING GIRT FOUND ELOPED News of Her Marriage Abruptly Ends Search for Supposed Abductors This 8hpuraday program may be the berries but we wish someone would tell General Humidlly about it Thousands who know lltlle or nothing aboutthe big federal probo are spending sleepless nights thia week Fecney by the defendants Buonocore Quinn in charge ol and DC Meglio went to a craps game Dciwarc County in which Berirc and Ernest Di Nicola 17 of West Second street were en gaged Seeing Berire flash a roll Today she and her mother tho hospital Institute of Sci They later met Savini and Saline Pleased Advertiser The popularity of ice houses in these torrid days was recently attested by the answers to a Times classified ad inserted by Isaac Camper 421 E Seventsenth street offering a new ice house for sale at a bargain The ad was inserted for thres days but the first day the ad sold the article I am certainly pleased with the prompt and satisfactory re sults I received in the Chester Times said Mr Camper Kennedy of 1558 North Fcllon him Philadelphia thai his deposit of S230 should have preference over other de posits Thc original claim of Mr1 Kennedy was thai the deposit was made at five minutes before 3 oclock on Jan uary 7 1931 with the Philadelphia National Bank acting as depository agents for the Darby Bank and Trust Company The next morning Jan uary 8 the Darby institution failed to open its doors for business At a hearing in the case which took place on December 14 1932 Mr Keni CHILD HURT IX FALL nedy declared that he made the i posit about 10 minutes after 3 oclock placing it in the class of afterhour od infant of 4204 Woodland avenue tncc Building on South avenue near Ihe courthouse have given out more s j than 500 application blanks since the1 v office wis opened Tuesday morning Npxt Tuesday evening Mr Randall vill bo at liic building of Radnor In a Jotter wriltcn at the Summer j White House at Hyde Park the Presl Coilins and Several girls In central busincsi offices removed their stockings yes terday afternoon Which left littlo else to be removed Local hair dressers approved shorter working hours Why not shorter hours during a heat wave that seems permanent A Clifton Heights boy missing a week was found in Philly If he was away from Clifton he wasnt missing much says Abe Bonsall of Glen olden Nineteenyearold Dorothy Gcne vieve Sailer of brcxel Park whose disappearance Tuesday evening caused rclallvcs lo fear she had been had toppled with motiotorfbus rcgu larily were aboul to establish a new nlltlmo endurance mark Al I a m today the thermometer slumped lo first lime il had I an intensive search Going to Ihe bathing beaches thesa days shows one where artists got tha idea for the comic strip An Upland reader wants to know where is the best place to put during the hot weather boy could tell her Any small who christened National Industrial Recovery Act With Baby Nira keeping hnr side Mrs Collins lies to tlvchild j K01U ielow the 80dcgrec mark since in honor of his 10 n m Sunday While a natural Fire Company in Wayne from cjrir Mr rollins it iwith slorms tnls afternoon were expected dent nnd cashier of the Sixth meet home owners m that pSeasurc that 1 have of Watering i National Bank of Philadelphia Her American bridge players finally won out over British In that intcrna Lional card game London bridge abducted was married lo James Y t seems Is falling down Kirk In Elkrldge Md lasl night it was learned loday I General Balbo Ls delayed by fogi News of Ihe girls elopement and at Newfoundland They must hava their primary elections there early They are starting to revoke beer licenses in this county In a few months many who have em wont be able to give em away by police along the entire eastern seaboard The young woman Ls a daughter of thc Uc William Sniter vicepresl mother met Buonocore and threal encd him with arrest thc four boys the section of the county who desire to apply for mortgage relief A schedule of similar night meetings is being aboul your new rc that 1 have Pr ew baby daughter and Assistant District Attorney Guy G I rclicf may not have to makc the sincere tribute you have paid to our effort toward Industrial recovery by christening her Nira in honor of the National Industrial Recovery Act the east the than 100 lives Fifty six died in the New YorkNew Jersey metropolitan area Rclicf was ex deFuria represented the wealth at the hearing common trip to Media Signifying thc faith confidence in enlllc arca and cooperation necessary in any 1 rfolfor thirtythree years has the husband is liic manager of a gasoline station in Washington She disappeared Tuesday night after visiting her sister Mrs Joseph Braun in thc Delaware County Hos pital where a child had been born to Mrs Braun deposits Whether the deposit would have been given preference if it had been proved to have been made after the closing hour of 3 oclock is of the house and sustained a not decided in Judge MacDades opini laceration of Ihe scalp More than 50000 home owners in great human endeavor I compliment I Philadelphia area suffered from the the stale all seeking relief from you on your choice and hope that for such an extended period j mother frantic with fear called Up mortgages had thronged inlo offices j your baby will be healthy and happy At 6 a m August 9 1900 the mercury j per Darby police and a search was of thc Home Owners Loan Corpora in the batter days to come j dumbed to 80 degrees and remained i begun Because Mir Sailer had William Dixon a sixteen months lion In Ihe two days erden last night 1 This coupled vith reports that a in goodly p3rcsntage of banks trust and yes insurance companies and building and The Weather Drexel Kill while visiting at home of relatives in Norwood terday fell from Ihe from porch Joan associations wsre looking favor Very sincerely yours at or above that mark for eightysix never remained away from home be FRANKLIN DROOSKVELT i hours fore relatives believed it almost cer Mrs Collins smiled broadly as she 1 Last midnight that figure was tain she had been abducted finished reading thc letter equaled The current sizzlcr began Shortly before last midnight WVSHINGTON Auir The weather forecast Eastern Penn sylvania Showers tonight and pos sibly Friday morning slightly warmej day afternoon Western Pennsylvania Showers cooler in west and slightly warmer in castcentral portion tonight Friday fair slightly cooler in south portion And said she Im sure there will Sunday That was the day the deep ably at the 4 pnr cent bonds offered be hater days for all The President i thermometer recorded 95 Monday It The child I by the corporation in exchange for has paid us a great honor Well j was thc holiest day for three ion as he rules that the deposit was i was taken to Taylor Hospital Ridley mortgages delinquent or otherwise j treasure his leller and when little years Tuesday and yesterday each Continued on Page Thirteen and observation jPark and admitted for treatment j Nira is old enough to understand it with a high bt 97 degrees set new Continued on Page Thirteen It should inspire her I records for those dates when she had been gone more lhan 24 hours Mrs Sailer received a lele gram dated in New York saying Miss Sailer had becn married to TODAYS TEMPERATURES Continued on Page Thirteen 6 a m 7 a m 8 a m ft a m 10 a m 75 IL a m 75 Noon 76 1 p m 76 2 p m 17 78 SO 73 78 i A   

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