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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - August 4, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE 10XTHS ENDING DECEMBER 31 1932 FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Beet News of the Day 57TH 17662 Dally Leased Wire Reports ot United Press UP and International News Service INS CHESTER FA FRIDAY AUGUST I 1933 EIGHTEEN PAGES PRICE TWO CENTS NEW PROPOSALS MAY END COAL Progress Reported Made as Administrator John son Meets Both Sides Earlier Negotiations Failed Cut Some Demands JOHNSON TAKES HAND IN STRIKE WASHINGTON Aug Progress toward settlement of the Pennsylvania coal strike was reported today after a conference between Re covery Administrator Hugh S John son labor officials and coal operators It was reported that an agreement had been drafted Johnson acting as mediator on be half of the National Recovery Admin istration submitted a new basis for settlement Operators promised an answer to these proposals later in the day after conferring among them selves Thomas Moses president of the H C Frick Coke Company andre garded as representing steel interests as well as bituminous coal was not present It was said that he had left the city because of the death of a brother His company was represented how ever and other operators from the Pennsylvania fields also were pres ent Labor was represented by John L Lewis president of the United Mine Workers and Edward F McGrady assistant NRA administrator fm labor Johnsons new proposals were not made public Governor Pinchot of Pennsylvania said the situation was hopeful and that progress was being made Following the breakdown of nego tiations last night Johnson held sev eral telephone conversations with President Roosevelt at Hyde Park He met again with Governor Pinchot of Pennsylvania and John L Lewis president of the United Mine workers At his insistence the operators then agreed to a further meeting Lewis yesterday agreed to with draw all of the strikers demands except their request that the miners have their own check weigh men at the tipples to see that the miners get full credit for the amount of coal they produce The operators previously had re fused an agreement on even this basis but Johnson was expected to tell them forcefully of the Presidents desire for a quick settlement of the strike pending complete adjustment of controversial issues when the coal code comes up for hearings next week The administrator said the terms of any icttlementmust be approved by Mr Roosevelt Johnson enlisted the aid of Gerard Swupe and Walter C Teagle mem bers of the recovery administrations industrial advisory board in effecting a settlment They were reported to have been in touch with officials of the United Stales Steel Corporation The steel corporation control1 the H C Frick mines at which the strike began The strike has become a national issue bringing into the open all of the major controversies between cap ital and labor under the National Industrial Recovery Act The main MORE THOUSANDS OF WORKERS ARE UNDER NRA CODES Suit and Cloak Makers Pads Sent o Roosevelt for Approval Oil Coal and Steel Groups Disputes Still to Be Settled Flown down from Washington C in an Army plane General S Johnson National Recovery Administrator is shown as he arrived in Harrisburg Pa to address industrial and hibor leaders here in an effort lo end the coal imne dispute Left o rifflit General Johnson Governor Pinchol of Pennsylvania Johnsons secretary and Kdward McGrady assistant Recovery Administrator I WASHINGTON Aug ministrator Hugh S Johnson salt today that he was perfectly satisfied with progress thus far of the emer gency reemployment drive und the movement to bring industries mulct the recovery program with individua codes of fair competition WASHINGTON Aug Hundreds of thousands of workers ii widely scattered Industries wen brought under the national recover banner today while disputes stii raged in the basic oil coal and stee groups A permanent code for womens sui and cloak makers was before Presi dent Roosevelt for his approval Ad ministrator Hugh S Johnson dis patched the code by airplane lo th President at Hyde Park N Y After giving It his final sanction Modifications of the general re cmployment agreement were auhlpr Ized to enable the laundry and zinc industries to hoist the sign of the blue eagle pending action on their permanent codes It was estimated the laundry agree ment would add 30000 workers to the industrys present roll of 200000 and would increase wages an RENOUNCES U S WOMAN STRUCK BY AUTOMOBILE D1ESOFINJUR1ES Mrs Clara Millbourn Hun Oown When Crossing Street During Storm Victim Was the Widow of 1 G iNlillbourn Pioneer Commission Merchant Alfred C Itcatty multimillionaire mining mapmte ami close friend fit Herbert lluover Is renouncing his V S citizenship a become a sut jcci of Kinf ienrge V lie will con tinue his American business ac tivities HOME OWNERS FILE FOR LOANS Stopping from the sidewalk 01 Eighth street near Pulton street shortly before 10 oclock lust night Mrs Clara M Mllbourn 70 715 Ful ton street widow of Jiuncs G Mil bourn pioneer commission iiurcrmnt wns filially Injured The wide known resident died In the Clieste Hospital at 1240 a m today She was struck by a car drive through n blinding rainstorm b Louis Bruno 22 of 621 West Sevent struct who removed the victim to Hi hospital und then surrendered t police He was held In bail I Rwnit the nctlon of the coroners Jnr when given n hearing be Torn Magis Irate Michael A llonan in polk court today Uruno was charged with Involuntary manslaughter N Y WOMAN MAYOR put forward as i candidate for mayor of Now York City by a group Government Loan Plan Explained by Of ficial at Media Office VOTERS IN PENNA I HOW U S NAVAL TO USE 4 BALLOTS AT NOV ELECTION Attorney General Schnader Decides It Because Varying Issues of PROGRAM WILL AFFECT STATUS When 37 Ships Are Built America Will R e a c h Parity With Britain Continued on Page Fourteen FLAMES THREATEN DARLINGTON BARN Referenda on Sunday Sports Repeal and Amendments Involved HAURISBURG Pa Aug sepaiate ballots must be fur nished the voters on November 7 be cause of the varying issues to be voted nually The NRA said minimum laundry wages would be increased from 100 to 150 per cent in the south and 30 per cent in the north The new minimum wage scales are Women per week in the cast in the north and in the south men in the cast in the north ant in the south The rales are 10 per cent less for cities under 100000 A 45hour week is established for productive labor and office employes and a 50hour week for engineers and maintenance cmloyes Another Indefinite adjournment was taken in the protracted oil code hearings There was general agree ment on hours and wages but the Superior to Japan on Bat tle Craft But Inferior on Light Cruisers WASHINGTON Aug Completion of the U S navys 37 ship builtUng program will establish vir tual parity between the American upon Attorney General Schnnder and British navies but will fall to ruled today The ballot will con tain 1 Stalewide referenda for OCui ancsc navy special tables prepared by Continued on Page Fourlccn EER LICENSE CHECKS ARE ISSUED The city of Chester has receiver an additional check for for bee licenses issued by County Treasure William L Dlckel to persons in thi city Mr Dickel has also sent out check Police say the youth wns driving which hilicvcs the biggest city should with caution on Eighth street ami i have a woman running it Theodore as he reached the middle of the block Dreiser and other notables arc sup The Governments drive lo save he homes of distressed owners Rot indcr way in Delaware county a few days ago when the branch olllce of he Home Owners Loan Corporation opened in Media in the building lo cated on South nvcniic nervr the 3ourt House and formerly occupied by the Media Title and Trust Com pany About 250 applications were htuidcd out to homeowners the first day Offices will probably be opened in Chester and Upper Darby for the between Pulton and Parker streets Mrs Mllbourn stepped directly In front of his car and wns struck She sustained n compound fracture of the left leg and a fracture ot the right leg at the nnkle She also suffered from shock Mrs Mllbourn wns born In Dela ware the daughter of Charles nnd Mnry Powel lived in this city the greater part of her life was the mother of eleven children several of whom nrc cloud Her husband tiled In 1H und since then Mrs Mllbourn occupied the family residence Kugernl arrangements arc not yet completed Mrs Mllbourn wns a member of the First Baptist Church Seventh nut Pulton streets Her survivors an three sons 11 R Mllbourn of this city James G Milbourn of Allen town nnd Fnrwcll Milbourn o porting the movement HilVl 1XIL UJ I convenience of homeowners In Harrlsburi ami three daughters Mrs Fred MucDowell and Miss Muude Mil bourn of this city und Mrs Wlllian MncDowell of York those districts The object of the corporation is to lake care of the man or woman who is being pressed by the mortgage holder By means of this corporation whose 4 Interest guaranteed bonds will be exchanged for mortgagee with their higher interest rates it is ex pected that sheriffs sales which have been averaging high in Dela ware county will be cut down sub stantially The applicants are being informed that the corporation wants to help them In every way possible An of ficial in authority said We will lirst CHESTER SOLDIERS TO RETURN FROM CAM1 option of Sunday baseball nnd luot ball between the hours of 2 p in and 6 p m 2 Names of candidates for election to the state repeal convention for ratifying or rejecting the 21st consti tutional amendment which would set aside prohibition 3 The 12 proposed constitutional amendments 4 Candidates of election to county navy department showed today The tables showed the indicated ton nages of the three fleets in 1936 when the London and Washington naval treaties expire Under these treaties America may add 201380 tons to its navy above the present building program Britain may increase its fleet by 197628 tons Japan having built more rapidly all parties for wil1 have only 600 tons of treaty ton and municipal naSe lcft after completion of its re from close to i A month ago the county treasurer i distributed beer license fees to the j various municipalities of the county 1 to the total of At that time the ctiy of Chester received and Upper Darby township was paid to several boroughs and first class take care of the man who is being pressed by thc mortgage holder We cant help those now who arc not being pressed The ones we desire to aid first are those who cnnnot pny thc interest or raise nny part of the principal If you have a mortgage on which you are paying and you desire to reduce it simplyto get posts including judges mayors etc centlyrnnoimced building program The Sunday sports referenda will i Tnat IQIS is the Iwavy cruiser give Pennsylvania voters tKeir first i category Prssumably it cannot be FAIR AND COOLER WEATHER ARRIVES give Pennsyl opportunity to pass on the ancient f 1000 nrc for Apparatus of six fire companies of the First District were called when a blaze was discovered in a barn on the estate of Dr H H Darlington at Concordville late last light but members of the Concordville com pany had the flames extinguished be fore the arrival of assisting com panies The blaze believed lo have been of incendiary origin was discovered at about 1045 p m and Dr Darling tons son C Canby Darlington chief of the Concordville Fire and Protec thn cirss of ship Continued on Fae Fourlciii On lnc basis of building 1 i programs America would ba vastly superior to Jupan in battleships air craft carriers and heavy cruisers WILL NOT PLAY TOD AY lhe navnl treaties expire in I 1935 But it would be Inferior in light cruisers destroyers and sub HELEN WILLS MOODY NEW YORK Aug Americas chances in the Wightman cup matches against the British re ceived a severe setback today when Mrs Helen Wills Moody captain of the U S forces was forced to with draw because of illness it was an nounced at noon by Julian S Myrick j marines Hence American naval cir cles favor a large building program in these latter categories Under limiting the Washington battleships and treaty aircraft Continued on Page Fourteen of the comi SCHOOL COAL BINS ARE BEING FILLED live Association turned in an alarm to that company A large watertank apparatus of the Concordville company is garaged on the Darlington estate and the first members of the company to re spond to the alarm with Chief Darlington placed I service and subdued fore they had opportunity to spread framCS to pro other companies aid not go in serv r nn ice and all returned to their respec tive stations within twenty minutes after the sounding of the alarm FUMES CLOSE N Y STOCK EXCHANGE Cooling System or Gas Bombs Drive Brokers OIT the Floor FETTERS ASKED TO QUIT MARSHAL JOB IS REPORT Attorney General Cum mings Said to Have De manded His Resignation Incumbent Up Darby Res ident Admits He Has Been Expecting Action United Slates Marshal Walter C Fetters has been dismissed by At torney General Homer Cummlngs according to reports received today from Washington Tlie action was it is said because Fetters allowed Servitor John J McGlure to post ball in Chester when the latter was indicted with 95 other Individuals for alleged graft conspiracy Cmnmlngs Is reported to have re quested the resignation by letter hU ultimatum being quit or be fired Early today Mr Fetters said I have not received the letter yet but I have been expecting It for several I havent been to my offica very much in tho past several days and It irwy be there walling for me I was In my olllce ft short while ycslcrdav and the letter wasnt there KG said he will spend today on iv fishing trip and when nskect If hu would quit if asked he replied f havent made up my mind about that yet If I receive the letter I will Issue a statement He did not comment on reports ot friends thai he would decline to re sign and force the Attorney General a mortgage of you cannot do that The law was not made for thnt purpose The first thing that you must do Is to ask the mortgage holder if he will take the Governments bond In exchange for the mortgage If he Fair and cooler is the forecast for today In Eastern Pennsylvania New JcioBy Delaware and Maryland It will bo fair tomorrow with sowly rlsln temperature The highest temperature here yes terday was 89 degrees at 450 p and the lowest was 77 at G45 a m with an average of 83 which was seven degrees above normal The highest temperature over recorded here on August 3 was 9G in 1931 and the lowest was 58 in 1920 Sunrise today was at 602 a m and sunset will be at 312 p m Eastern daylight saving time Continued on I Fourteen 1IlOiVIlT UHSIONSE THUNDER STORM Six members of the Pclton Fire Company No 3 of the city depart ment responded to a call from the Chester Hospital for volunteers for n blood transfusion yesterday The pa tient Is u twoandonehalf year old child whose name was not disclosed The firemen responding to the urgent appeal were Edward Hindcrllter Ar thur McMaslcr Harold McMaster Phillip Jardinc Charles Clark and William Zimmer Jr MT GIIETNA Pa Aug After night under blankets the 420 Pennsylvania National Gunrdsmc encamped here nnd nt Indlnntow Gap today turned their efforts t cleaning guns and equipment i preparation for the return home to morrow Motorized howitzers of he 1081 Field Artillery fired their ft mil shel yesterday at indiantown Gap whl the llllh Regiment Infantrymen hoi blazed their roundup bullets at th targets of Mount Gretna The lllth Infantrymen will entrain in three sections at the Mt Gretna station beginning nt 3 n m tomor row The Chester and West Chester companies will be the first to go followed by the Philadelphia and Schuylkill Valloy companies The 108th Field Artillery Regiment will march to Lickdalc five miles from Indiantown Gap and entrain at a m for home liaggngc of the regiment will be transported by two convoys of trucks which will leavo camp shortly after breakfast and travel overland to the Philadel phia Armory NEW YORK Aug ng camo lo an abrupt halt on the stock exchange today when brokers were driven oil Ihu floor by fumes from a leaky cooling system The exchange ordered dealings to cease for the day shortly after noon Up to thnt time trading hud been lint lightest of any session Kincc the roMimptlon of operations following ihu buiil holiday shuUlowh Prices declined ivftcr tin irregular lower opening But around noon had rallied from the lows Trading continued on the curb and Chicago exchanges but they were on a sharply reduced scale for the big board sets the pace for these mnrkets Closlni prices of the lower Steel closed at 51 Vi olt 1 American Can 844 up 1 American Telephone 123 it off fi Bethlehem Steel 38i oft J Commer to dismiss him A man familiar with Fetters of fice said that lha letter is on ihn marshals desk It arrived at 11 n m yesterday he said but admitted that Putters mny not have seen it yet Fetters who is 46 and who lives In Highland Park was sworn In marshal the Eastern District of Pennsylvania on March 3 1930 His term of office expires next February Joseph Relng veteran Schuylkill county Democratic worker is reported sliUcd for Fetters position When Fetters was appointed mar shiil succeeding W Frank Mathues of Media he was sponsored by Sen ator McOlurc and Congressman James WolTcnden and he received the ap pointment over 12 otlwr candidates Some of Delaware county opposed him because of views on Continued on Pare Four lee a ROBBERY SUSPECT HELD FOR HEARING 3 PERSONS HURT ENDS HEAT WAVE WHEN CARS CRASH Mrs Moody was scheduled to play Peggy Scriyen British star in one e opening smg j JanU i aU tllc Uy scnools are i Following Accident Occurred at but was advised to with engaged in assisting in the filling of o needed for next winter In many of greatly disappointed at j the schools the janitors have con STEAMER ABANDONED RIO DE JANEIRO Aug The Greek freight steamship Kon stantis was beached and abandoned because of fire at the mouth of the Doce River last night Its crew of 15 were saved be able to play tomorrow Sarah Palfrey of Brookline Mass was named as substitute for Mrs Moody to play rgainst Miss Scriven tect the exteriorsections of the build ings from any passible dirt or dam age while the several thousands of OFFICERS ELECTED U S TREASURY BALANCE WASHINGTON Aug 4 INS Treasury balance as of August 2 miscellaneous internal revenue custom receipts HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY United Press tons are being delivered In build ings using other fuels than coal the j oil tanksarc being filled preparatory to an early coki snap which might BY DEMOCRATS occur aUer thc opening on Septcm i bcr 7 T i Supplies of brooms cleaning ma James F Desmond of 309 West Iclial3 olilcr cquipmcnt ncebcctj ln Third street democratic County Com preparing thc schools fcr occupancy missioner was elected president of bv lhe pupjis nave l3ccn recsivst at Torrential Rain Causes Drop in Temperature The longest heat wave In the his tory of the Philadelphia metropolitan area was at an end today after a tor rential rain accompanied by thunder terseclion in Wcst End Early This Morning Three persons were injured one seriously two cars were partly de molished and a store front was dam aged as the result of a collision be tween a truck and an automobile a and lightning that flooded buildings street and Highland avenue In low areas and sent the mercury at am today AA J Pi n i o degrees The TWO ILIGIIT NFAV YORK Aug making all preparations to take ol at dawn on a transatlantic to Turkey to break the worlds long ells tnncc record the French flic re Man rice Rossi and Paul Codos today an nounccd postponement Unscttlec weather conditions were blamed NEW ORDINANCE AIDS TAXPAYERS Measure Passed by Counci Today Provides for Ex oncration of Penalties An ordinance which Mayor William Jr charactcrlves as the mos beneficial piece of local legislatlo ever enaclcd by City Council wo passed this morning on second an final reading The measure provide for exonerating property owners o Shelton Glasgow the city from payment of penaltic Thc weather man Mardela Spring Md who Is In i due on delinquent taxes t 11 tin urltn Inrnrnt nn wie clnl Solvents 31 A oft 1i Consoli dated Gas Gli otf 2 Sales to noon totaled only 500000 Shrtrcs or at u rate or1350000 shares for a full session The lethargy con tinued after that until the biirsling f the ammonia plpc which sent the rokers scurrying toward exits A cmporary closing was ordered at rsl but later Ashbc Green sec etury Issued the following statement hlch was carried on thc tickers exchange will be loscd for the balance of thc day Confusion prevailed in the broker ge offices where staffs were sharply educed because of the lunch hour scramble was made to recall the vorkerr to get out lhc days statc nchtfi and stand by for orders from parts of the country Ncws japcr oillces also caught with men it lunch recalled their worker to ct out the limil lists The bond section of the exchange closed also since it Is directly con nected with the stock floor and its traders also were forced to leave Up Lo the time of closing the bond mar ket had been Irrcgulnr and quiet Notwithstanding the ftrst an nouncement stated that n leak In an ammonia pipe was the source of the gas after a hasty investigation of the floor ventilating system It was In dicated two tear gas bombs had been thrown into an open pipe of thc sys tem The matter immediately wns placed into the hands of the police who launched a thorough Investigation More than 2000 persons were routed from the exchange building as all floors from the fifth down were or dered closed Slated on charges of breaking and entering nnd Joseph Pazuk 25 of Engle street near Front street wns held In 5500 ball for a continued hearing when arraigned for a pre liminary hearing in police court to dny Detectives jay the youth is a mem ber of a gang of youths who broke Into R warehouse In the Seventh ward several weeks ago and stole scrap aluminum valued at more than which was disposed of in Camden N J Four other youths were previously arrested and were held for court on a similar charge Jesse Washington 32 Negro of 1B32 Wcst Fourth street charged with disorderly conduct was fined and costs and Ernest Hammond 27 Negro of the 1400 block West Seventh lilrect was fined S10 for operating an automobile without n license PARK E I A UTOMOBILE HALTS TROLLEY CARS Topics of Ti m es A hitchhiker fell from a truck here yesterday and injured his head As long as his thumbs are okay hes safe for many more miles A woman who testified In police court here said her hubby wanted her to live Thats the beaned him on benns time she all the should time have the West End democratic Club at a thc school district supply headquar fna meeting held last night in St George s tcrs and are aiso bcing distributed to Qnla weather will continue with slowly rising temperatures tomorrow A serirs of electrical storms caused serious damage throughout Pcnnsyl Hall Third street near Lloyd street i tne janitors Other officers chosen were Daniel McGHnchey Vincent Williams Vficr fVCTir0 iro i i i A VJ 1 i 1 I I New Jersey Delaware yesterday early today Maryland and last night and Miss Catherine Hudson vies prcsii dents William Clark treasurer j James Perrigan assistant treasurer and Charles Haines Jr secretary The club indorsed Matthew Mar goline a real estate broker for city PROGRESSIVE CLUB I alarm During the height of the electrical storm last evening lightning struck the city electrical system and several registers in thn several fire An application has been filed with stations No complete numbers were n rourl at Media for a charter for struck and the situation was under AT HAWTHORNE Olga Bab Sister Weather clear track slow council and Dr W E Smith and Mrs i th2 Radnor Township Progressive Asi stood by thc firemen who how t Barbara Campbell for school directors sociation headquarters arc to ever stood T 1 The Owen urged pen ticket at the primary held in September i Joseph McGovern and John McGuirc jwny opposite of the scalp and probable internal Injuries Nina Acldison Negro of Dover Del was treated at the same hospital for lacerations of thc left cheek and body contusions and Annie Cook Negro of 1937 Madison street Baltimore Md was also treated at thc hospital for contusions of both legs and shoulders Police learned that the truck going south on Highland avenue was operated by Robert K Elliott of Mcrdela Spring Md and when it reached the Intersection of Fourth street the passenger car driven This ordinance was the brain chljd of Councilman John J Lullrell and everyone voted unanimously for it It will mean savings for hundreds of Chester property owners who have been unable to meet the tax penalties during the past few years the Mayor declared Continuing he said I have always been In favor of any reduction in taxes that would benefit the home owner but until the State Legisla ture made this ordinance possible the hands of city officials to remedy con ditions were tied The ordinance was A Andrew Cook of Essinglon Is a motorist who likes to park his auto mobile In the wide open spaces Ycstcrrliiy he came lo town und seeking a good parking place selected Kasi Sixth street near Welsh street Soon a P ri T trolley came along but was unable to reach its destina tion at Sixth and Welsh streets be cause Cooks auto had the trolley cars blocked Passengers on several cars were forced to walk 100 yards or so from the terminal to board outgoing cars until police happened along and towed the gas buggy away A Andrew arirved in police court to day with a horseshoe in his pocket as Magistrate Michael A Honan only fined him for blocking traffic Some relief was noticed from tha heat here yesterday Not so many office girls took their shoes off Some6ne stole a pig from the West End Boat Club but the boys went out and recovered it These fellows surely can bring home the bacon when they make up their minds Find Unconscious Man on Side walk reads n Times headline A perfect candidate for public offics this fall Maybe everyone is getting a vaca tion this summer but we know one bill collector whos been camping on our doorstep all summer Unless we forget it heres nopinj lhc new blanket code doesnt com pel radio crooners to work 40hours a week Introduced at a special session of council last Mon could stop its wild flight H mounted URGE BUSINESS MAN TO BE CANDIDATE Several have been complaining that the 8 oclock signal whistle hasnt been blowing these mornings What a relief Some of our rEprcsentattves to the London conference spent on the trip Liquor there must dearer than it is in this country AT CONEY ISLAND Gcrmainc Julie Irene the motor speedway j of Garrett Kill Richard Quigley of rncl jarred Corporal R D Ivens and KTI1N Aberdeen avenue Wayne and Frank 1 A P Diem a patrolman as both TV A 1 tjim Of East Lancaster avenue i telephone instruments were wrecked HIDEOUT IS FOUND Wayne The purpose of the association as set forth in the petition is thc pro OKLAHOMA CITY Okia Aug 4 1 moti0n of civic activities and 1m Discovery of a fortified provements hideout used by the kidnapers otj Charles F Urschel millionaire oil I HALTED VEHICULAR TRAFFIC i operator was announced today by Some communities were without lights for minutes and several telephone circuits were out of order in Langhorne and vicinity Police said numerous automobiles and trucks were stalled when the driving rain wet ignition systems Sheriff W W Jenlngs of Cleveland The high wind accompanying last 2 Jeff ONeil Gracious Gift Bip county j nights electrical storm blew a highj Business Ocean Flight Mtrilee B I The hideawav a shanty tension wire from a pole on the Coni DIES IN HOSPITAL Moane Keala 3 Hildas Dream 4 Oberon Trudjeon Dorita Chock B 6 Low Gear Delightful Axtel Wcaihcr cloudy track heavy Mrs Mary Hoy 39 years old of 11 amply fitted with gun loopholes in cord read at Chelsea The wire j Centra avenue Primes died last the walls was located in a sparsely caused a slight delay in vehicular night in FitzgeraldMercy Hospital settled area near Norman and the traffic as it lay on the rosd surface j Darby following a surgical operation McLain county line i sending a shower of blue flame into j Mrs Hoy who Sheriff Jennings said the kidnapers the air Within a few minutes time Thomas Hoy is thc sidewalk and crashed into the store of Joseph Slowik 329 Highland avenue breaking a large plalcglass window and damaging the walls Paksinjf motorists removed the in jured to the hospital and both motor vehicles were towed to a nearby garage by police Both drivers were arrested When arraigned in police court this morn ing they reached an amicable agree ment concerning thc damages Another collision was reported at Ninth and Butler streets Lee M Ackleson of 813 Fifth avenue Pros The ordinance in part reads city treasurer as collector of taxes is hereby authorized for suffi cient cause to receive thc amount due on any unpaid city taxes for thc years 1930 1931 1932 and 1933 with out penalty and to give full receipt therefor provided that the said tax is paid to him prior to the first day of September 1933 POLICE PRESIDENT DIES NEW YORK Aug Police President Valdemar Menscn of Copenhagen one of thc group of While both major political parties re digging their trenches for thc nil primary cleeiion and selecting The their slates many friends of Harry A Hynes widely known electrical contractor arc urging him to become a candidate on tho Republican ticket for membership on the school board Mr Hyncs is a resident of the First ward and has long been identi fied with Republican politics al though he never aspired to office It Is expected he will be given the sup port of the Republican organization and his petitions circulated within a few days TO ERECT NEW CHURCH Maybe the reason they made ths NRA eagle blue was because they wanted to take the country out or the red was the wife of rurvlvcd by seven presumably had occupied the shack i the powar was shut off by the eleci children Darrett Thomas Howard by residents I Walter Anna Mary and Samuel The immediately before Urschel was ab1 trie company notified ducted June 22 I of that section 1 family formerly resided in Aldan pect Park informing police that the European police chiefs who arrived car of another motorist rammed his car and failed to stop The identity of thc other driver was learned this morning nnd he will be arrested to day to face charges of hit and run in police court tomorrow here from the International confer ence of police heads in Chicago wns found dead In his bedroom today at the WaldorfAstoria Death ap parently resulted from a heart at Uclt The Weather WILLOW GROVE Pa Aug response to the Presidents National Business Recovery program the congregation of the St Annes Protestant Episcopal Church here will erect a new church building ground Jor which will be broken todaj WASHINGTON Any 4 The weather forecast Eastern Pennsylvania Fair ilightly cooler in southeast portion tonight Saturday fair slowly rising a lure New Jersey Fair slightly cooler tonight Saturday fair slowly rhnnf temperature in interior Western Tennsyrvania Fair con tinued cool tonight Satorday fair slowing rising temperature TOD AYS TEMPERAT URES 6 a m 70 11 a m 7 a m TO Noon 7i 8 a m 70 I p m 9 a m 72 3 p m 74 10 a m T2   

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