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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - August 5, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                             DAILY AVERAGE NET IAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE MONTvlS ENDING DECEMBER 31 1932 HUM EDITION With All Latest and Beat News of the Day 57TH 17663 Daily Ltasfd Wire Reports ol United Press UP and International News Service INS CHESTER PA SATURDAY AUGUST 5 1938 PRICE TWO CENTS PA COAL STRIKE SETTLED BY NRA AND ROOSEVELT Dangerous Threat To Whole of Nations Industry and the Gigantic Recovery Program Removed at Conference With Leaders of Alt Sus tained Pending Hearings on Code Set For August 9 President Backs and Announces Choose Board of Three To PEACEMAKERS IN PENNSYLVANIA COAL STRIKE WALTER C TEAGLE W A 1UVIN GKHAU SWOIE Fields on With Agreement To O AX Waller C Teajle and Gerald Swope industrialists assisted in seeking a speedy settlement if he Pennsylvania Jett 1C i coal strike situation in conferences with W A Irvln president of the U S Steel Corp The SteelCorporation i controls the largest of the mWilng companies cnfrnRCil in disputes with miners Unit have thrown thousands All men to Return out of work To Bituminous Johnson Flies Hyde Park 5 ARE HELD IN GASSING OF N Y STOCK EXCHANGE Members of Obscure Polit ical Parly Questioned by N Y Boston Police Boxes Found With Clocks and Time Fuses Four Oenv Act HELL SOON BECOME A NEW YORK Aug Eu gene Danlell Jr 32 broadshoul dered prosperous appearing Harvard graduate mid lawyer was formally ar rested today on n charge of placing two tcnr gas bombs in tlic ventilating system of I he Nfw York Slock Ex change yestorduy causing suspension HYDE PARK N Y Aug Hugh S Johnson National Recovery Administrator backed by a determined President ended the strikes in the Pennsyl vania coal fields early today The President had seen in the strike a dangerous threat to the nations industry and his gigantic program for industrial recovery The President himself announced the absolute truce between miners and mine owners which will send 50000 men back to work on Monday and prevent 200000 others from going on strike Terms of the truce substantially was preservation of the status quo pending hearings on the coal industrys code under the National Recovery Act Creation ofa special government board to mediate all disputes between labor and capital during the life of the recovery program was strongly indicated to be a part of the immediate plans of Mr Roosevelt and General Johnson The chief executives announcement TWO FLIERS HOP NY TO BAGDAD French Pilots Codos and RossiHope to Break Rec ord for 6625Mile Trip PLAN MORATORIUM ON ALL STRIKES ST JOHN Nfd Aug HYDE PARK N Y Aug labor and industrial lead ers have promised President Roose velt that they will declare a morator ium 011 strikes and lockouts and rally solidly behind the administrations recovery drive The President is expected to make public the text of the pledges some of trading for the day I He was taken inlo custody at the j St Paul Hotel mid utter questioning by police liis arrest ordered by Inspector John Lyons He WHS nr niiinicd In Tombs Court on a short I aflldavtt slRiiorl by Detective Edwin Fivrrell who chiifRod him wllh the teargas bomb incident Danlell yave his address us 26 llani lelt street SomervilU Muss Dimlcll lull and suntunned dis cussed pleasantly and Intelligently most every subject police said but him TRUCK OWNERS HOLD MEETING Secretary of Philadelphia imi V 1 i n c every subject police said i x p i ai n s when thny oiIRril to Clearly the NRA Codes thc Incident he replied I am a lawyer myself you know POLITICAL POT BEGINS TO BOIL MANY CANDIDATES Situation Concerning the Republican Shrievalty Choice Uncertain Division in thc Ranks of Independents Causes Much Conjecture A rich liirthdiiy iHTScnt awaits John Astor td at Newport It I nn II I or on Unit dale UK at Political developments during tha pant week instead of clarifying tha situation for the September primary election have made it more uncer ain No decision has been made of whers the county Republican organization will place its backing for the shriev alty A week ago ninny observers thought that T Woodward Trainer of tills city hail a strong chance lor endorsement Then on Monday ap peared the petitions naming James A Shropshire of the Tenth Ward for sheriff Many important political leaders signed the Shropshire peti tions nnd word began to be whispered that the State inheritance tax ap praiser was to head the organization ticket On Tuesday Major General Wil liam G Price Jr of tills city former Fifteen per cent of the unemployed in America could be put buck to work Dense fog and a rain storm sprang i time today They are understood to im n nP mth nf the Vifnch llavo bcen by members of Ills if a 48hour week was adopted by the up today In the path of the licnch t B d u motor truck owners J Wallace Fiigcr distance fliers Paul Codos and Man many others prominent In labor and heading for j industrial management including transatlantic Owen D Young chairman of the rice Rossi who Newfoundland light FLOYD are on a secretary of the Philadelphia Clmp ter of the Pennsylvania Motor Truck Association told members of the board of General Electric Company j Chester Chapter at a meeting held i Donald Richbcrg executive counsel I last night in the Franklin fire house AIRPORT N for the railway unions John L Lewis Concord JIVIHUIC south of Third street Y Au5upTwocnpilcsPesident of the United Mine Workers began one of the most ambitions i Green resident of the flights in aviation history at 511 a American Federation of Labor in EOT today when they took off i President Roosevelt and National made at the summer White House i under highly dramatic circumstances came at the a hectic and frantic 12 hours for Johnson Mr i Roosevelt and leaders of miners and coal operators After a long confer ence In Washington at which John son presided labor and capital agreed to the truce Johnson came here by airplane and obtained the approval of the President who had been keep ing in touch with the conference by telephone The truce had two chief points First the miners will return to work U S HALTS DRIVE ON NRA SLACKERS for Bagdad Irak in an attempt to i Recovery officials were reported to re gard the pledges as the most 1m j portant development to date in the recovery drive exceeding even the set a new nonstop distance record Paul Codos World War flier was at the controls Maurice Rossi was navigator and radio operator Their Bleriot monoplane carrying 1710 gal lons of gasoline was the heaviest Two Weeks Leeway Given j lQns hv Tohnson Mnrp S u junnhon more s Codes I will not answer any of these ques tions until I see my counsel Mis Apprehension pollen said fol lowed the traces of a telephone cull he had nindc to Boston from the hotel where ho had been n guest since j Tuesday Danlell was graduated from Har vard University in 1028 and Harvard Law School in 1331 He was horn In Augusta Me A an undcruriHluivle he played football nt Hurvard He wns nspound wrestling champion lid was a member of the Hasty Pudding Institute nnd thc Phoenix Club At the last presidential election Daniell as the Commoners Party candidate for President nnd riimiiitK on stickers received 325 votes He has bcen an active Sunday afternoon soap box speaker on Boston Common Recently thc Commoners Party name was chnnficd to National Indc Mr Roosevelt last night j NRA act us the most drastic legislaj pendent Party presumably because The leaders who signed the pledge tlon that had ever been drafted and I it was being confused with thc Com The speaker made this tatemciit William Green president of the during an address in which he ex plained in detail the working of the NRA code perlaimiiK to owners of motor trucks with regards to aiding In bringing back prosperity Mr Fager told his hearers that each motor truck owner was expected support that was given the war time to do his part in helping to bring tains not only his majority hut the vast fortune left by his fiiinnus father Colonel John Juroli Astor who went down with he Tilutilc 21 years IIRO fortune Is esUmutcd at government of Woodrow Wilson about a minimum amount of weekly The moratorium was one of the working hours and r maximum scale COURT REVOKES BEERJMSE Ycadon Residents Com plained A bout Noises and Raid on Club Followed laden shin ever to leave this airport matters General Hugh S Johnron of wages In the industry The planei with its fuel load and other i recovery administratpr laid before j The speaker clinraclomcd the equipment weighed more than Klr Planned to head up the Ati will appeal to the country at large on a basis or patriotism and win de st as far as Newfoundland j then steer a course across the Atlantic maud unanimous support that would take them over the Presidents program of the crn tip of Ireland They hoped to WASHINGTON Aug weeks iy over Paris but said they would leeway was decreed before pressure on not pause for any welcoming cere in the air Continuing cast without prejudice and their dispute business and industry to comply with mony in the air Continuing east with operators will be aired at the President Roosevelts blanket wage I wardtllev hoped to follow a routs coal code hearings beginning August and employment agreement will be down tne Balkan Peninsula thence ICAR MOTORMAN Second until the industrys code is i adopted all disagreements will be settled by a board of three chosen by the President Never in our country has a strike of such threatened proportions been settled so quickly and so generously Mr Roosevelt declared In his formal statement issued by Secretary Marvin H Mclntyre of the White House staff after Johnson concluded his conversations Mr Roosevelt extended his thanks to the intermediaries A great coal strike the President said threatened the entire bitumi nbus field of the scant storage at threatened sanctioned In conference with newspapermen j into Asia Minor as far as their fuel passed by any legislative body and explained how far reaching It is in its penalties for those who disregard It A fine of S500 and six months im prisonment can be Imposed for viola tions of certain portions of the act Mr Fager made it plain in his talk that those who did not make any ef j fort to help with thc work as outlined j imuilsts Party BOSTON Muss Aug Four members of an obscure political party were Questioned by police early today in connection with the release of tsar gas in the New York Stock Exchange ycstcrchiy which sent trad employers and spectators fleeing ln Ule act would nnd themselves In jlo the street and forced the market Recovery Administrator Hugh Frenchmen wTlved at the field Johnson said a period of time shortly after midnight Rossi Imme diately began a minute inspection of essary for business houses to adjust their personnel to new wage and hour lwels and until this transitional the plane and the 500 horsepower Hispano Suizo motor Codos con ferred with field officials and ad period is ended the public must bs errea reasonable I viscrs on routes and weather condi At the same lime J6hnson warned will that no recalcitrant minority be permitted to hold up the recovery program The administrator today contem plated no action on violations of the blanket code but counts upon public opinion and specific complaints of citizens to force compliance Chair men of local committees have no au tions Due to the unusual load the plane SafctylDevice Brings Elec tric Vehicle to Stop Passengers Unnerved the revival of manufacture on which Uhority to organize boycotts he said so much depends when it was called to his attention On the basis of a simple sugges tion for settlement made by General Johnson both management and labor have declared an absolute truce on dissension at the mines to await the resolution of the whole matter at the coming hearings on the coal codes In the meantime all disagree ments are to be settled by a board of my selection to which both sides Swope Louis Kirstein and George L Berry The public spirited men on both sides of the agreement are to be con Continutd on Last Page JAPANESE PROTEST U S NAVAL PROGRAM A motorman fell dead at the con trols of a high speed trolley car in carried extra precautions were taken Springfield at fi20 a m today More than 50 people in the car were terrorized for a moment but an automatic safety device brought the electric vehicle to a halt almost immediately The motorman William Crawford 58 6 Park road Llanerch had been undergoing treatment for a heart ail Continued on Last CAMPING TOUU to close I In the loft room where the men were arrested police found wooden boxes addressed io President iloose Conlinued on Last Fags LOCAL GUARDSMEN j RETURN FROM CAM P Arthur Towlson district commis sioner of Delaware County Boy Scouts Council and Mrs Towlson Frederick Hill Buddy Miller Warren Ryder William Carpenter Junior Carpenter members of Troop No 7 Arthur Snablcy of Troop No 3 William Towlson and George Carpenter comI machines mittecmen left this morning on a i an denied knowledge of camping tour up through the New York affair veil former President Herbert Hoover and Norman Thomas Social ist candidate for President last fall A fourth box was not addressed Each contained a clock nnd time fuses All four siisprrls todny for mally charged with having tnfcrnu In their possession They the Now Arriving at their home station al most an hour ahead of the time that this is being done in some cases j scheduled the men of Companies B Asked is there was a likelihood of the teeth of the recovery act being utilized if small groups do not go along on the program within their in dustries after a specific code has been adopted Johnson said Its not a likelihood certainty He added however that the whole aim of the act is to avoid compulsion The teeth in the industrial act is the power the President has to license industries If vsome concerns refuse to abide by a code adopted to cover their field Roosevelt could re fuse them to do business Enlistment of fourteen new in dustries under codes to increase the and C lllth Infantry P N G de trained at the Sixth street station of the Pennsylvania Railroad at 10 a m today Sunburned by the past England States by way of the Mo hawk Trail LEAVES FOR SOUTH Jehry Gentile who had bcen mak ment for several months according 11 r tn Rrhrnhii i tnK his home at J15 Kcrlln street lot Coroner J Evans Scheehlc The trolley on the Media division of the Philadelphia and West Ches ter Traction Co was approaching the Scenic road station when the acci dent occurred One of the passcn wcek of service in the field at the gcrs notifisd the traction company and another motorman was hurried to the scene He piloted the car to the Lans summer encampment at Mount Its a dead j Gretna the guardsmen are in the best of health LONDON Aug Jap anese government has protested to the United States against the new American naval building program on the ground that it would constitute a menace the Daily Express reported today No source was given Continued on Last Page DIDNT REMEMBER MAKING COMPLAINT Only a persons were on hand to greet the soldiers as many had planned to be at the station about 11 a m when the train was sched uled to arrive The officers gave downe avenue station in Drexsl Hlil the past year left early this morning by automobile for Williamson W Vn where he intends to engage in busi ness He was accompanied on the trip by Samuel DAmato nnd Albert Gatta who will return to Chester next Monday GLASS HAND Elaine Brown 9 of 23 East Fourth where an ambulance from the Deia street suffered a laceration of the ware County Hosiptal was waiting Upon arrival at the institution Craw ford was formally pronounced dead the necessary commands and a and his body was removed to the column of squads proceeded to the i morgue of a deputy coroner in Lans street level and the march to the j downe armory nt Eighth and Sproul streets was begun j Upon arrival at the armory the i equipment used by each man in the field training was checked and turned in for storage in the company sup ply rooms prior to the dismissal of the men A special loading detail PIECE OF BEAN LODGED IN LUNG hand yesterday when she fell on a broken milk bottle while playing near her home She was taken to the Chester Hospital where she was treated for the injury nnd permitted to return home Police sought n fifth jriiin Eugene Danioll of Somervillc Mass said U be leader of the political Independent Commoners Party o which little was known The men held were Willis Over ton Somcrville Otto Kcnnerle Cambridge Paul Somerville Torch singing wns Indirectly re sponsible for the first revocation of beer license In Delaware county cstcrday After hearing dozens of neighbors estlfy about the noise which em ulated from the Film Club 42 Bailey oad Yeiulon in the wee sum tours of the morning Judges Broom ill and MacDade at Media ycstcr lay revoked the clubs license for selling beer after midnight on Sat irday The petition to revoke the permit WHS presented by Assistant District Attorney William B McClcnachan Jr nnd is lhe first action of its kind in the county if not in the State Judge MncDadc Indicated that simi lar aclion may bo laken against other nlglit clubs and cabarets whose owners persist In keeping their places open after legal hours rhc Film Club nn exclusive cabaret WHS raided at 3 oclock Sun day morning June 21 by Chief Earl Allen of Ycadon and county de tectives Eightyfive men nnd women most of them n Hired In evening clothes were arested as they dnnccc to the strains of nn orchestra A small quantity of llmior was selvcd Among the residents of Balicy road who testified ngalnst the place yesterday was Mrs James II B Bos surd wife of a professor nt the Unl head of the 28th Division announced himself as a candidate for sheriff Immediately came whispers that the former head of the National Guard would get the endorsement These rumors were strengthened when the Radnor township leader Col Robert L Montgomery entered the Price camp I am most heartily in favor of General Price for sheriff declared Col Montgomery He represents a high typo of citizenship and is just the type of man needed at this time to fill such nn important office If Charles B Lessig former post master of Upper Darby will adhere to the wishes ofmany of his friends his petitions will come out making another formidable candidate for sheriff ImlcjXiuUnls Divided Whle Independents are agreed that Ihcy want to make a strong light against the county organization they have failed to agree to date on any semblance of a united front Friends of George Allen and James Continued on Last Page EXBROKER WIFE ARE RECONCILED VISCOSE COMPANY HAS ADOPTED COOK J Arthur Hayes general manager of the Marcus Hook plant of the Viscose Company today announced the adoption by thc concern of the Rayon manufacturers code which will be effective Monday Provisions of the code call for a maximum of employment of 40 hours j weekly with a wage scale equivalent to 48 hours Continued on Lasl lajc SHOES ARE NEEDED BY MANY CHILDREN Continued on WEATHER FOR THE WEEKEND Fair weather Is predicted today and omorrow in Eastern Pennsylvania Jersey Delaware and Maryland t be Warmer tomorrow The highest temperature here yes erday was 77 degrees at 5 p m and he lowest was69 at 730 a m The average of 73 wasthree degrees below normal for the date and seven de grees below the average August 4 last year Maximum temperature for the date Is 96 established In 1881 and minimum 58 in in 12 Sunrise today was at 803 a m and sunset will be at 811 p m eastern daylight saving time WOMAN IS FOUND IN DAZED CONDITION A 65yearold woman who was found last night wandering at Sixth nnd Arch streets Philadelphia was Identified shortly afterward by rela tives as Mrs Mary Thomas of Les ter Pa nnd Bccchhurst L I In response to summons from po lice of the Twentyfourth and Wolf streets police station who found an address tag attached to her wrist Children of school age have on William Bresslcr of 114 West Geneva month left to them In which to roam avenue Wcstmont N J who said he was a nephew arrived at the police about on vacation The Chester Branch of the Amer ican Red Cross Home Service Section is concerned with the question of how the demands for footwear which will increase as the schools opening grows nearer will be met by their organi zation Flour has bcen obtained dur ing the months of hard limes UiroJgh the government us has clothing been A number of additional employes j distributed amongthe needy station and took charge of her Topics of T3 nies These NRA chlels hope to have 6000000 men and women to work by Labor Day So they can take thft clay off probably hns been hired by the company pre vious to the announcement of adop tion of the code so that they might or children f p The government has asked Walter donated to the Red Cross from of Upper Darby who la time to time by their friends and Two Negroes arrested here yester the Lamokin street station where dav on suspicion of highway robbery were released this morning when their f i cjuioiu mio HHM i Jii nm Japans navy department earlier accuscr admjtted his complaint was this week submitted estimates for a j a pipc dream accuser gigantic naval building program em Jamcs Johnsorip Negro of Philadcl 1 operating between thc armory and i T u i thp Lamnkin street station where OlltnOSsCOplC Saves Life of City Infant bracing 33 ships A1MKE COLLAPSES LOS ANGELES Aug Weak from her abdominal operation and phia was then made pay the costs amounting to The accused men were Tom Wil liams 33 of Market street and Chris Harris of Welsh street They were from overexertion in conducting j taken into custody after Johnson services in her Angelus Temple police he was held tip on Second Aimee Semple McPherson Button i street bridge early yesterday morning the evangelist was taken from the and robbed of S1750 When he made church in a state of semicollapse last night Physicians reported her his complaint he was drunk and to day said he didnt remember even condition was not serious and that making the complaint she needed rest baggage car was shunted onto a handled the checking and storage of the utensils The sounds of thc bugler were heard over thc tcntcd city of Mount Gretna camp longbefore 3 oclock Garden i be thoroughly familiar with the work supporters At no time is the supply I when the code Ls put in f ffccl nvcr large and any available pairs r Officials of the Viscose Company of shoes n re given out almost Immc LOUpIC AnSOlVC I OUMg New York wore in conference tiiately upon being donated If there f iwllh officials of thn Marcus Hook I is anyone who wishes to donate used tron 01 AllV Connection i plant all day yesterday working on i footwen in Marital Troubles ir to assist in meeting thc the details for thc codes adoption i demand they may render that scrv Thc firm it was stated does not ice by cither calling the Home Service contemplates thc hiring of additional i offices of the Red Cross in the De Although he is only one year old William Carev 27 former Upper employes at present as thorn Is a j shong Mansion or by making a visit r hands to take with shoes Any size or style of shoes this morning and thc train pulled j ablc knw Jlls1 what i Darby insurance broker his marital the little rustic station with the companies of Infantry and all shortly before that hour the entire lllth their equipment thc has been about lately i carc of production twill be appreciated RolJo Canavan son of Mr and Mrs trollblcs adjusted today was en route Employes were quoted as saying I It Is feared that unless many needy J Alan Canavan of Chestnut Park to Cleveland after absolving Mrs that the pay Incrcascn would amount i school children arc given footwear COURT WILL DECIDE THE PROPER LESSEE way Garden City owes his life to Jerry Ford wife of a former Univerjto 20 percent FIRST DEM OCR AT the skill of Dr Gabriel Tucker of slty of Pennsylvania athlete of Philadelphia who performed a deli charges that she tried to break up his HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY By United Press cate bronchoscoplc operation to re move a small particle of dried bean from the babys left lung Tuesday afternoon when the child i playing in the kitchen of his home Carey was released from Media jail yesterday when he and his wife who had caused his irrcst for deser tion nnd nonsupport decided to start they may through a matter of pride or even health be prevented from at tending school U S Marshal to qilit his job it is reported Maybe they want to pub him to work too HELD ON STATE WARRANT Arrested on a State warrant S Pf charged with violation of the Sixty at tne first Article of War Benjamin Dowl j ing 33 of East Mary street is being detained police heaiouarters pending arrival here today of Com A preliminary Injunction was granted by the court at Media yes5 home he swallowed thc particle of all over again Lansdownn terday against the Penn Fruit Comj bean which instead of passing to His release and subsequent dcparj SLATE IN 10 YEARS FORMER MILL BUILDING RAZED Our own Smed Butler retired U S M C General thinks he can stop racketeering in a month A few years back he thought he could dry up Philadelphia in a week if our memory serves us right Local Democrat say prosperity is just around the corner Stealing the stuff of Republicans who predicted such three years ago A girl in Illinois shot a man be cause he tried to kiss her What Li a fellow to do these days Some women will shoot you if you dont kiss em Whnt is claimed to be the first full i i St0mach Mam i route and lodged Democratic slnlc In 50 years in made up on Thurs mcetlng held by streets Darby Its effect is to stop strangling caused his parents great phia alterations now being made and to concern and he was hurriedly taken 1 Before leaving Carey Issued a prevent the owners Abraham Lei to the home of a nearby physician statement declaring Mrs Ford the bovitz and his wife Hannah of Bala j wno advised the parents to take thc i former Miry HrwIU had no connec Another of Chesters old industrial r n j i landmarks Is fast disappearing as Sunday throat j lure were revealed today b h s tjc Democrats of the borough thn result of a crew of house wreck in his lung His brother J Alien Carey of Thirtyseven were chosen as can crs One of the main structures of Geologist says the earth Is shrink ing and thai mountains all over tha worid are dropping Good chance to try inflation Notre Dame opens the football sea son this fall at Kansas U on Oct to Halfbacks will AT HAWTHORNE 2 Burning Feet Cog Air Scrjenl Hill 4 5 fi 7 Weather clear track Tl VS1 ncrC ID Grt y Ol V Oni t fcnui i ci iu i i ui i ii i v i v i ii v panics B and C lllth Infantry from executing any new lease for the child to Philadelphia to have the par tion with thr case lia National Guard Dowlj tide removed through an operation Careys wife Dorothy one of the loca i The was obtained by say he facd a to Abraham Sujsman of Philadelphia The infant Bragging and coughing i of the Peace Meclcary was ruhcd to the Graduate Hospital in Darby told Justice BANKRUPTCY PETITION some into the place on recognized as an expert in the deli at 44 Glendale road because she re i July 13 rom to stcpasldc in avor of Mrs dldates for offices Including registry I thc G Price leather vorks on j assessors inspectors and judges of Morton avenue near Eleventh street election in the nine precincts of is being razed aftcr having stood vaj ood tttrn OI1 cvcry play Lansrloivne In addition to the followi cant for many years B ing candidates for the various bori Thc building was fast becoming That chap who was treated at tha ough offices for burgess C I dangcroun for any use whatever and I Delaware County Hospital for punc Kennedy councilmcn Robert Colesj it was deemed best to have it torn mre wounds sustained when trying to James McCiillough John MI down The upper floor of the two unhook a fish couldnt deny that story brick structure has entirely disj at least sol a bite appeared and within a short time thc collector i demolition will have been completed AT CONEY ISLAND Kay w To Albert E Holl of Media was t named referee PEACEMAKERS MISHAP You Golden dij Jay lenc Irene Ojibway Marsc Chan i Dodiodo Tea Green Kievettc Para Essaying the role of a peacemaker i phrase Clownish Jack Murphy last night proved dlsasterous to i Zahn prevail Armitta E Collins 1105 West Scv employes of the Penn Fruit Company consumed oniyta fraction over Ford enth street this city through her removed his eouipmcnt and took pos minutes to complete the removal i The reconciliation between Carey attorney Peritz Bsrman also of this i session of the store i of the bean particle from the lower i and his wife took place in thc offics city filed a pstition in voluntary V Gilpin robinson attorney for j portion of thc left lung jof Probation Ofllcnr Lewis Palmer in bankruptcy proceedings in the Dis1 Sussman told Judges John M immediately after the operation the Courthouse In Media The hcar trict Court of the United States at Broomall and Albert Dutton Maci thc baby showed signs of Ing was private Liabilities Dade that possession was obtained by i ment and thc coughing and choking i Careys statement force It is clamed that since attacks ceased After a few davs rest Mrs Ford had n Philadelphia yesterday were listed as S42950 and assets as Louis Meyer nnricr u Mrs J Wall tax hiph constable Justice of A truck ran into Joe Slowiks stora After the place has been torn Mown thc Al i there will still remain two larger Trt lA LANCE the old nlint which which Is occupied as a garage and the other as a lumber storage house Hitnuftb ctHbcu a jew uays rest then several guards have enabled the n hospital the parents have been the C8SC whatever It Is unfortunate j present occupants to retain advjscd that their son will be able to tnat shc nad to bc mxed UP i at ision bc returned home The father of thc She was a very good friend of I The trouble was described to the chiid is engaged in the garage busiMrs Carcv myself court as between competitors i ncss at Twentythird street and Ed gI carcy also expressed regret 11 rt mnmfetnt inrr DL f m nt it follows Aug TT DARRY OFiNIOrRATS no connection with treasury net balance for Aug 3 was JJAlui x 1C5 Tl 1C f I tit 4 A T V T XX T T E Warner representing the declared that the tu iina i for himscif and other members of his family that Mrs Fords name was Miscellaneous Internal revenue receipts for the day were Customs receipts for the month through Aug 3 were 11631 off Weather clear track fast WOMAN DIES AT SHORE ATLANTIC CITY N J Aug OPEN CLUBHOUSE on Highland avenue trouble with having a draws Thats the place that The Weather dresses by Warren VnnDykc State I Democratic Committee chairman Eugene Scharbaugh 20 years old of Fruit Company was given a lease bei ROCKEFELLER RESUMES GOLF mentioned in the case 25 Orchard avenue Foisom In an i cause the lease obtained by Suss Thc charges made by Dorothy are 1 ATLANTIC CITY N endeavor to stop a fight In a cafe man had been forfeited TARRYTOWN N Y Aug VP i ridiculous Mrs Ford said at the time Mrs Emma X S Marshall 73 State Senator Henry L Snydcr of near MacDade boulevard it is said j The situation will remain as it Is D Rockefeller Sr resumed j of Careys arrest I have known Bill of 1407 North Sixteenth street Phlla Lehigh county and Nathan P Pcchin Scharbaugh fell and struck his head i until a full hearing is given which i his dally round of golf today after 10 land Dotty for years and I like them delphia died of a heart attack yesof Wayne candidate for sheriff of on a concrete pavement suffering the court scheduled for Wednesday j days absence from the links because both but Its ridiculous to say Im In tcrday at the Hotel Plaza where she i Delaware county on the Democratic a severe laceration of the scalp morning jof the heat wave love with Bill t I only love Jerry I had been spending the summer ticket WASHINGTON Au The wcatlicr forecast Eastern Pennsylvania New Jerseyj Fair tonight Sunday fair slowly Thc Upper Darby Democratic Club rjsjng temperature last night opened its new hearlquarj New York Western Penn ters on Clcarflcld road i sylvania Fair tonight and Sunday Scores were present to hear ad1 Risln temperature Sunday hv Warrpn VnnDvkn State TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m6410 a m 78r 7 a m6411 a m 70 8 a m66 Noon it 9 a m68   

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