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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - August 7, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE lONTIiS ENDING DECEMBER 31 1932 2O328 FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH 17664 Daily Leased Wire of United Press DIM and International News Service INS CHESTER PA MONUAY AUGUST 7 1933 PRICE TWO CENTS MILITARY REVOLT REPORT SPREADS THROUGH CUBA 400 Involved Are Army Led by Officers Trained in the U S WOMAN QUIZZED IN MURDER OF WEALTHY NYMAN of the j Police Move Secretly in What Is Termed a Deli cate Case President Machado Calls Congress Into Session on Issues HAVANA Aug mili tary uprising against fche regime of President Gerado Machado involving half the army was reported to have broken out here today Reliable reports stated the coupe aetat led by a group of army of ficers trained in the United States was staged at a m During the next hour repeated bursts of firing from 35 millimeter guns were heard from the Cabana fortress Residents of the city were ter rorized by the cannonading Officials refused to confirm re ports that revolution had actually climaxed the widespread strike re bellion The reported uprising however was apparently quelled within a few hours todfiy Reports from reliable sources stated 400 soldiers attached to Camp Colombia revolted but speedy action Second Woman Named Son of Former Attorney General Mitchell Linked NEW YORK Aug ness associates and mysterious women in the life of Henry P Sanborn wealthy and unattached railroad ex ecutive today were brought into thc investigation of his weird death at the hands of a murderer Police termed it a very delicate case Police moved cautiously and out wardly little progress was apparent However seemingly great importance was attached to information believed held by one pf Sanborns business as sociates Bancroft Mitchell son of William Mitchell former U S At torney General Authorities instructed French police to find Mitchell who sailed for Europe July 22 four days after the raiiiOAd official disappeared Mitoh and Sanborn and another man iden tified as Willard McNeir had been associated in a recent securities dea involving a brewery in Branford by loyal troops put lion Loyal Federal troops were called out from Camp Colombia as strikers stoned grocery stores which were forcibly opened by police earlier in the day The repeated bursts of firing from the fortress accentuated a state near panic prevailing here of signed by Mitchell was found among papers in the slain mans pockets Secrecy surrounded the entrance o Mitchells name into the investiga tion and it was not known he woulc be questioned until a cable from Paris said French police had been in Reports that a revolutionary move ment was actually in progress spread like wildfire In addition to refusing to con firm the reports the military de clined to give any reason for the cannonading Efforts of police and troops to re vive Havanas business by opening BREAK DISTANCE RECORD With some point in Asia Ihcir goal the French filers Maurice Knssi Icfl and Paul Cortos are pictured aliove at Floyd Bennett Field Xcw Vnrk be fore akinjj ofT on a light which they hoped would set a new nonsi on distance record Their ciant niiielon monnnlaiic carryinff Ihc heaviest structed to find him Previously no load of fuel evcr liftcd from an American field is pictured below as it cruised smoothly over Newport R I on ils way to sea Today they hail passed over Syria some 5000 miles from New Vork lice Inspector John J Gallagher in charge of the case categorically denied there had been any such re quest Almost equal secrecy surrounded at least two women known to have been questioned for possible clews One was Miss Magnhildc Almskaar San borns financee Little concerning her other thnn she was a Swedish inter prcter for a Wall street concern was Continued on Page Eleven macie known Miss Almskarr 27 was taken today to the Queens county district atomeys office for question ing Miss Almskaar and Sanborn had planned to marry July 30 but ob jections from the latters family PLACES TO PAY THE SCHOOL TAXES FRENCH FLIERS OVER SYRIA NEW MARK SET BELIEF COAL STRIKERS IN PA HOLD OUT AGAINST TRUCE BUY NOW CALL ISSUED BY NRA TO CONSUMERS Administrator 1 oh us on Appeals for Spending to Aid Employment Patronize liluc Kaglc Men President Plans Contract Adjustments WASHINGTON Aug The Government sought to throw new power behind the National Recovery drive today by appealing to consumers lo spend for reemployment bin to buy only from the man who displays the Blue Kaglc of NRA It is what we buy nnd have and use that makes the increasing busi ness upon which the whole program depends General Hugh S Johnson leader of the recovery campaign said No employer can go on increasing payrolls without Increasing business The purl of buyers is now to buy or this plan will be a failure In addition to the launching of the buy now campaign n busy week end at NRA headquarters brought these developments First Johnston expressed belief that we will clean up all existing strikes under ihc truce proclaimed by Presi dent Roosevelt He said the Presi dents arbitration board appointed Saturday would begin work at once to adjust disputes There wns some anxiety regarding he threatened re fusal of some Pennsylvania miners lo return to work President John L Lewis o the United Mine Workers dispatched telegrams to every local union in the strike area warning that failure to abide by the temporary set tlement cnn only lead to further dis tress and delay stabilization of the coal industry Second Deputy NRA Adminis trator Whitcside threatened to with draw blue eagles from Indiana GOING STRONG AT 105 SEPTEMBER TERM JURORS WILL BE DRAWNJiUGUST 9 System in Use in This County Effects Savings for the Taxpayers Adoption of Plan Being Considered by Philadel phia Jurists IIOIIACI HART At 1115 Horace Hurl of Twin rails Ida modestly claims he is lie oldest living immlicr of Din G Avlt FORESTALL SALE OF PROPERTIES BY THE SHERIFF Several Hundred Home Owners Pay Delinquent Taxes for 1931 Names of jurors to serve in the Sep tember term of criminal nnd civil courts ns well ivs those for the Sep tember Ornnd Jury will be drawn nt County Commissioners An nounce Postponement of Tax Sales Media starting at Wednesday morning oclock The drawing will be In courtroom No 2 and will be presided over by Judge John M IJrooimUl The locnl judges includ ing Judges W Roger Froneflelcl and Albert Dutton MncDnrtc alternate in presiding over the drawings of jurors conducted four times each year Since the present Judges hnvc been In office there hnvc been put iuto ef fect several reforms in Ihc jury nnd trial systems which effect lo the taxpayers of the county It is in teresting to note that the judges in Philadelphia are now discussing the feasibility of some of the reforms nl i ready in effect in Delaware county The practice of having criminal living immlicr of Din G Avlt lip m imvuiH c observed his lasl llrlliday a rw lavs for ldlU llsLcci dnllv wns y smokinp his dailv tin clears wlK J MneDade was THREAT TO KILL GIRL STIRS GUARD IS ASKED Continued m Page Ktavcn WEDS IN NEW YORK CHURCH Continued on Papc Eleven Inquiries which have been made recently indicate that many persons are confused as to the proper places at which to make payment of their school taxes both delinquent and current School taxes for the year 1932 are now classified as delinquent taxes and must be paid at the school disThe deaths of three victims of rc trict offices in the Larkin building cenl accidcnts in Chester were ad Broad and Crosby streets where a THREE INQUESTS ARE CONDUCTED Wife of Rosso Informed Refuse to Heed Roosc T h e y Have Passed Aleppo 5402 Miles Away Hearings judged funeral at inquests held home of E P at the White clerk is on special duty during the regular business hours of each day and on Saturday morning The 1933 current taxes are not payable at the delinquent tax office in the Larkin building School taxes for 1933 arc payable only to the tax j the severe storm which raged collector n his offices at City Hail throughout the county when she Formerly 1932 taxes were payable stepped from a sidewalk and was also at the City Hill but vith the struck by a car driven by Louis issuance of the 1933 bills these taxes Bruno 22 of 621 West Seventh become classified as delinquent pndj street Mrs Milbourne who lived at velts Call to Await Code Lewis Union Chief Makes Renewed Appeal Sol diers Mass at Mines Third and Morris streets Saturday The victims were Mrs Clara Mil bourne 76 years old who was fatally injured last Thursday night during are now payable only at the Larkin school The tax collector at City Hall is in charge of the 1933 collections of school taxes and the collection of city taxes Aviators Think They Have Broken Record for Dis tance Nonstop ORLY France Aug 0 French fliers Rossi and Codes were j Reaction Pennsylvania flying over Syria shortly before noon j coal miners to renewed appeals of IEDT according to a wireless from their union president to return to WASHINGTON Aug their plane received here I work at once was awaited anxiously The wireless message snid the fliers today as the first major lest of Pres beheved they had broken the straight idcnt Roosevelts call for a general line nonstop distance record truce in labor disputes Vivian MacDowell Paige remem bered as Miss Mobile erstwhile Atlantic City beauty pageant par ticipant who figured in MI alleged arson case at Media and in an al leged robbery in Chester several years ago wns married to Emil Kak chek at The Little Stone Church in the vicinity of The Little Church Around the Corner New York Saturday afternoon Miss L Anna Malin of Media was maid of honor nnd the best man was Alexander Christie of New York It was while Former District At torney William Taylor represented Miss Mobile In a trial nt Media that his client met Miss Malin who Is his private secretary After a wedding breakfast at the Pennsylvania Hotel Mr and Mrs Kakcher left on a wedding trip The message said the plane Joseph For this moment let controversy r Jel1 a trl5 Lcbrix would be landed nt nightfall cease President John L I NcW ancl ln at Rayack 50 miles north of Damas Lewis of thc United Mine Workers cus in telegrams to 300 local unions the strike area ada HIGH SCHOOL GRAD HOME OWNERS BONDS DISTRIBUTED WASHINGTON Aug Millions of dollars worth of Home Owners Loan Corporation certificates were being distributed today in the initial move of the government to relieve the plight of the heavily mort gaged home owner Bonds of the corporation will be I exchanged for mortgages up to 80 peri cent of the value of the incumbered i T CTPTT T property The bonds are of 18 years US C5llLlj maturity and bear interest at the rate PI IP IM of four per cent guaranteed by the uivni LO in government The Bureau of Engraving and j ANGMAGSALIK Greenland Printing is engaged in printing the Despite the lateness of the i 715 Fulton street was the widow of J G Milbourne pioneer commis sion merchant The other victims were Thomas Barlow 50 of 14 Cedar avenue i Model Village Marcus Hook who on the morning of July 26 xvas struck in front of the Viscose plant by a mo torcyclist Herbert Heritage of 12 Crown Point road Thoroughfare N J and Grant Watkins G4 an inmate of the Chester Rescue Mission who was killed in an accident on the Twin Oaks road on the morning of July 197 Rev Frank Baker superin tendent of the mission was severely injured in the accident and is still in a serious condition in the Ches ter Hospital PARIS Aug report that He acted attar reports had been vr A Al P n IXTnnir rice Rossi and Paul Codes French received that many miners were UN 1 II tin t lin A i i fliers have broken the nonstop long inclined to return to work under distance record was received this terms of the temporary settlement i reached last week The agreement Mme Rossi wife of one of the air provided that the men resume work It was announced yesterday that Miss Mildred Korpaczcwski of 30 LUUU nn uiuu wui K i said the Air Orient Company without prejudice lo demands WcLsh slrect this city hns been ap had informed her tha fliers passed i pending full consideration of their Pointed interpreter in the Phlladel J PPA nym at P m Paris requests when the coal code comes phia office of the Home Owners Loan time 930a m up for hearings beginning Wcdnes Alf0rlcnt Company refused to day A board of three was named to adjust grievances in the interim Let ms assure every member of confirm the report however Aleppo is approximately 5400 miles from Hew York The previous record for non stop distance flying is 5340 miles Monday and they remained until the cnscs were Iried there More than 400 property owners gave the clerks of the county treas urers office In Media a busy Urns Saturday when ihey called to pay delinquent taxes to forestall the sale or their properties which was ad vertised lo be held today A line of men nnd women started to form early in the morning and it was nn hour after the usual Saturday closing time when the last taxpayer had received attention This morning the county commis sioners acting on the authority wivch them by the state law decided to postpone the tax sale for one month The snlo had been scheduled to start at 10 oclock In addition to Ihe payments that were made in person a large num ber was received in the malls Saturdays rush to pay taxes cll mnxed a busy iwo weeks County Treasurer William L Dickel declared There have been as many as 500 pieces of mall received in one dny practice meant more expense to tho county for witness fees ns the wit nesses were pnid for each dny they rc containing remittances for ported in court Under the new plnn Ihe ciiscs we listed for encli dny In a printed list also contains a list of Ilie This wns accomplished by Daughter of Philadelphia Aim of Extortionist Says Hell Shoot Her ti 111 iL li City Search Centers There Arrest Looms which jurors having the Grand Jury meet nt Icnst one week earlier than the weeks when thc trials are scheduled Formerly the Ornnd Jury and thc petit Jury met at the sniuc time nnd it often occurred that the court would have to recess to permit the Grand Jury to return Indictments for trial In some Instances the district attorney might have lo Interrupt his prosecu tion of an Important trial to go before tho Ornnd Jury In another case To further expedite thc business of Continued on Eleven i The fliers radioed at 930 a in lrAQTVITl I nn nr French daylight time M30 a m KUUblt V tLl LL EOT that they had passed over the island of Rhodes off Smyrna at the southern end of the Aegean Sea They were then 590 miles from bonds The certificates which season Coi in the hands of all Home Ownprs i in me nanus oi an Home uwners Mrs Lindbergh pan to continue their nnil uu lulled 1IUII1 1 Vltll IlCilCl on the mainlandand accordi quarters nt 535 Market street has mg to exports of thc International j endorsed the candidate for row offices Aeronautic Federation they will have in Delaware county as endorsed by 3y necessary the county committee tley reach there I They also endorsed C E Riddcll i Attorney John J Stetscr for thc j or 100 kilo offices of City Commissioner and will I Corporation Miss Korpaczcwskl is the daughter of John Korpnczewski well known among the PolishDemocrat workers and was selected because of her pro Cnntiniicd on Page Eleven j ficicncy in speaking four languages in addition to English She is a graduate of the Chester High School and a former student nt Temple University She was recommended to the post by Isaac A Hlorlh George B Elliott J Stanley Stewart and Joseph Meilcarck She is a member NORTH SUTTON N H Aug Bueno tho Lnkc Svm npce girls camp where 15ycnrold Betty Downcs daughter of a Phila delphia railroad executive is a guest was patrolled by National Guardsmen today because an unknown extor tionist had threatened to kill hir Tho guardsmen were called out after the girls father James R Downcs of the Pennsylvania Railroad informed officials he had received a letter that demanded Unless it Is paid the writer snid he would kill lie child from ambush with highpowered rifle Thc slate of New Hampshire hus thus far been free of kidnap cases Assistant Attorney General Thornton Lorimcr said Its officials intend to keep this record clear and will prose cute to Ihc limit any persons appre hended About 100 girls nil members of prominent families arc at the camp which is under the direction of Mrs Scott Clark and Miss Mildred Lcfferts both of Philadelphia Mrs Clark said camp routine war continuing as usual Federal agents in Philadelphia In vestigating threats against 15yeir ARIZONA REPEAL VOTE TOMORROW hung up on Ihe score board Tuesday when Arizona goes to the bat for prohibition repeal It will tnxes and others nsklng for state ments nnd information For many months the treasurers office hns been an exceptionally busy place Tax collectors in May turned In Hens for unpaid 1032 taxes on some 30000 properties located in all parts of the county These properties will be advertised for sale next July un less the taxes arc paid in the mean time These liens created a vast amount ot clerical work Another big Job handled by the 1 treasurers oflice wns the sending out ot thousands of bills for mercantile lax nnd the receiving of payments on these bills The unlocked for job of handling applications and issuing licenses for lhe sale of 32 per cent beer gava Treasurer Dlckel and his force nn other busy six weeks in May and June All through the year the office is sues licenses for dogs thousands ot them and there Is the seasonal work of putting out fishing and hunting licenses In spite of the extra rush periods the treasurers office must keep up to date In the routine work of paying bills its records make Iho score read 21 to 0 In favor of taking the Eighteenth Amendment out of tho Constitution The result In Arizona Is foregone conclusion Three others slates arc to vote on repeal tjils month Missouri on August 10 Texas August ZG and Washington August 20 Wlth these three states going for repeal and Indi cations nro that all will thc two thirds mark will have been reached when the drive swings Into the fall campaign lo round up the remaining 12 needed to give thc required 3fi Six elections arc scheduled for September one in October and live in November Just enough to mnke thc 35 In addition five others may act MO YA FIREMEN SE LECT TEST TE AMS ENDORSES SLATE The Roosevelt Club with hcad nf thr thc Rooscvclt CHESTER MOTORIST A Lindbergh and kilometres f54025 UNTERMYER HOM E GETS A RECEPTION NEW YORK Aug James E Lnmb foreman of tho Moyamenslng Hook and Ladder Com pany har made his choice of the two teams of active members pf the com pany who will compete in the speed nnd efficiency tests to be conducted next Tuesday evening under the supervision of himself and fire Alexander Calhoun The A team willhe led by Wil liam Lamcy Sr and the B team will strive to win under the direc tion of Hnncc Wright Members of the A tenm arc ns follows W Toy L Ogclen R McKintrcy J Giltinan D Worrilow H Peel A News J Parsons W Lnmey Jr and John Foley Men assigned to the B team are W Scott J Carpenter w Brogan B Berry W Winfree D Wright H Hnywood H Hill E Lamcy and C Carter A prize has old Betty Downcs expected to makehomo to n triumphal reception Sumj been offered by the company for the an arrest soon probably today ucl Unlcrmyer lodny plunged into winning team James R Downcs tho Rlrls father I the organization of a national move would not reveal the contents of nn mcnt as voted by the Jewish boycott extortion letter It wns mailed In conference in Amsterdam for the Philadelphia banning of nil German products At first I thought It wns the work The noted lawyer presided over the oi a practical joker Down on said Amsterdam conference called to I thought it a mighty poor Joke niul haunch punllivc measures against the felt nngry but not alarmed I Hitler regime for the protection of week may be exchanged for when the latter are available bonds more than the record of 8544 support for school MORATORIUM ON STRIKE Col Lindbergh and Mrs Lindbergh j lord and Flight Lieutenant G E The Democrats of arrived here at 4 p m yesterday from i Nicholettcs of the British Royal Air county are making every effort to co operate in Betting out members of A moratorium on strikes in the flights one of which took them across the almost unknown interior ice cap that rises to 9000 feet Leaving Holstenborg on the west Joseph Pusvaskias 45 of Chester was Injured in an automobile acci dent Saturday near Plennantville the city and N J when the car he was driving shed into a fence after cutting out of lino of traffic on the Somers But thc more I thought thc mat JCWH in Germany and wns elected rxr m ler over the more ccrlous it appeared i president of the World Jewish Eco IN MISHAP i began lo realize there wns a lot of nomlc Federation formed to prosc rel danger connected with a note like cute the boycott Pnforc a crowd of 3000 assembled at the pier to welcome him on his nrrival aboard thc Parts Untcrmyer made a brief address i vji out oi lint ii iran c on me Homers Continued on Page fclcven independent clubs for a united PointMays Landin road HLs wife hosiery industry which in Philadelcoast they flew phia and surrounding areas has been acrof the interior of the marked with disturbances and ar is and and landed their rests was declared todav hv officials Panc at Ellaoe on the cast const of the Federation of FuHi Panish expedition ship fashioned Hosiery Workers Union officials will call no more strikes it was said in announcing that all disputes would be placed before President Roosevelts new labor peace board Representatives of the union also expressedthe hope that the strike at thc Cambria Knitting Holm Resting over Saturday night thc Lindberghs took off southward Sun1 day for this town I They said today they intended to ELISHA LEE RAIL CHIEFD1ES AT 62 Vice President of P R R Expires Suddenly in N Y City of Apoplexy j paign GOING TO KXPOSITIOX that YKOGS GET 5500 Topics of Times W1LKESBARRE All using nitroglycerine lo IP AND WARiVTRR Mr Din c i n1 ilHV Tom Leonard had a thumping good time nt Parksldc on Sunday He did notsee the proper light on the situa tion until Ray came home That fellow who walked into a sloro nnd looking at a NRA banner asked for two bottles of that prob ably wanted fiomrthing for a code in the heiul sez PiedEye Pete be tween sniffles Sadie 38 and his daughters Helen t 13 and Eleanor 3 and Charles Dallas 145 and August Kiesicwic7 47 of Samuel W Booth custodian of Odd I DaUl Fellows Hall Broad and Crosby i U S TREASURY ISA LANCE streets left this morning for a trip I to the Century of Progress Exposition WASHINGTON AUK plans to The Treasury net balance for August and the I 4 was S70354519fi 14 Miscellaneous iccoipts that day on an interesting itinerary of the were 51018140346 Customs receipts middle western states and relurn jourfor the month through August 4 j ncy to this city were i dny blew the safe in a shop hero nnd escaped will in cash IWBATHER PRE BULLET ENDS DRUGGISTS LIFE R i iji Choi 09 Per Cent Keyes can hit par if he can secure some indict mcnls for ffins who blast tha nlghts calm after midnight Attributed as Reason for Sharon IJill Mans Rash Act Fair and warmer is the prediction The favors you get at a pnrty today for Eastern Pennsylvania New arent the only ones you get that I Jersey Delaware and Maryland it have strings tied to em remarked s will be cloudy tomorrow with the a local politician this morning j possibility of local thunder showers In t I thc afternoon i Two aviators Thn highest temperature here Yolk Saturday terday was 8G degrees it 5 p Western Asia thn lowest was 07 at 430 n m The Post haste average of 76 war normal and five degrees below the average for August 0 last year Maximum temperature Lake and off from New speed over to Thats making Government is perplexed over the ownership of a million reindeer in Lec scnior vice president of u j continue on to Juhenhaab on the j the Pennsylvania Railroad fell dead j coast of Greenland and then i in New York last nicht as he to Reykjavik involving a night of from a New York Central Reading Pa mills would be settled without resorting to peace board con ferences HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY Press about 800 miles over Arctic waters APPROVE STORE CLOSING SCHEDULE BOOTHWYN MAN FLOUR SUPPLY SHOOTS HIMSELF IS EXHAUSTED AT HAWTHORNE Doris Jean Good Hot Weather cloudy track fast AT CONEY ISLAND A committee of West End business men representing the drygoods and shoe dealers held a meeting this morning and in conformity with provisions of thc NRA decided to close their stores at 6 p m Tues and Wednesday nights and at 9 Attempt Fails Reel Cross When Rifle Slips Drink ing Blamed for Act Chapter Has oclock on other nights except Fri and day anci Saturday i The committee is composed of Abe Klcinman Morris Mailman Jacob I Frank Coleman Smith Abe Gold berg and Benjamin Wachs VETERANS train at 96th street He was 62 Lee who lived at the Roosevelt Hotel 23d and Walnut streets In i Philadelphia was returning on i AlbanyNew York train after spend O U 1 C I 0 C ing the weekend at Saratoga Springs with Dr Max Herrmann 1411 Erie1 avenue Philadelphia and Mr and Leon Merz of Jenkintown j left the train at a small j emergency station Intending to go to Cnixed by moonshine liquor With thc exhaustion of Ihe sup ine Pennsylvania station for a train which he had ben drinking for two i ply of government flour the Home to Philadelphia days Stephen Fidlo 44 of 2 Willow Service Section of the Chester Chap T ily Wlrc lhe tracks street Boothwyn sat in the doorway tcr of American Red Craw is in the store tint he wnulri ill and collapsed of his home yesterday afternoon and completing on excellent record of ac him in the morning for thn date IK 103 established In 1018 and minimum 59 in 1883 Sunrise today was at 605 a in and sunset will be nt 808 p m Eastern Distributed 62765 Bacs i pendency Cinder who to Needy in This Area B Forrest Cinder a druggist of Sharon Hill was found dead in the bedroom in apartment in thc rear of his drug store on Sharon nvrrluc Daylight Saving time near thc Pennsylvania railroad from I m f a bullet wound in his head shortly THEFT OF GOLDFISH before 3 oclock Saturday afternoon Police say thc druggist had shot j himself and ascribed the act to Alaska That makes It official that there isnt any Santa Glaus rT nnw bJHAKUhl LOHOYb i Theyre going 0 tear down all tha fences on public lands Secretary 1 Ickcs announces Probably use un j employed congressmen to rebuild i em cius d Pilfering golf balls is not nn un thing for boys who hang around 1 I i v had been hi ousmess in Sharon Hill a golf course but five Woodlyn boys fnr t vnnrc yyJ for more than 20 years He nppar I ently shot himself afler he vdit to i hU bedroom to retire for the night arc charged with stealing cily from the course of the Springhavcn cro An optimist is 1 guy who dares to ent huckleberry pie while wear ing an ice cream suit Orleans seems lo be a good Lots of people down arc spending their h hd llc Club Warrants against them were timo lryil1R o calcn lhe kingfish Pal Boy Jim Macaw Ocean Flight Fcdelns Strolling Time J Fiji Hit and Run CapUIn Henry Gertie Weather clear track fast ii tc line Connie whn pm J store served on Saturday by Constable Al physician shot himself using a rifle An ambulance Knickerbocker Hospital but Lee was children were at the him rifle Distribution of the flour was be place of a relief clerk summoned from Fidios wife Pauline and their six l Kin about a year ayo Since then on dutv In home of a there has been a distribution on i the early takes who the bcrt Yarnall and the lads are slated for a hearing today before Magistrate Fred T Cooper nt Media The accused boys are Walter Gash The Weather clerk who comes John Pclch Basil Wazenfunk Mike ASIUXGTOX morning relieving pdch and Alexander Chcyncy All Chester ChapterUnited Veterans Association Department of Pennsyl vania will hold a meeting tonight in the headquarters of Lieut Edj Mrs Greville Haslam of Overbrooit John Sunshne mund W Lynch Camp No Lee a prominent figure in American trigger and United Spanish War Veterans Nolan railroading for years entered thc cm quired Building 524 Market street NomJploy of thc Pennsylvania in 1892 as nation and election of officers will he a rodman in the office of the division effected All ward leaders of the engineer at Tyrone He moved uuatitai uui ijte vas LIIIIUIIII wuit ai me Home 01 a mere nas occn a uisirioi lion on thp mn Tjt nnnn rotinri VV syivama dead when it arrived His death was neighbor when the shooting occurred schedule each week and the total i to puTin n annearancn at the usuaP Pcch 1S attributed to apoplexy Fidio carrying his rifle a 32 calibre j value of the flour distributed to those I umo the anned on the Jantl in Mrs riinrf m PHC KOIC wcapon lo lhc dooriAay of lnc hn nccd by the Chester Home Service j of apartment and telphoned ouse sat down on the step and Section was This flour hut there was no response ilaced the muzzle of the weapon j was used to supplement the welfare j After waiting for more than two ver his heart With outstretched food orders of needy families and the j hours for Gindcr to nut in an ar rm he placed rrs thumb on the amount of flour ihny were enabled pcarance and disrovermcr that Mt Mrs on July 4 while vacationing there with her son Elisha Jr Two other children survive J Latimer Lee and organization will have a full quota of delegates present and it is ex pected that a close vote will result in the selection for City Chairman Samuel A Curry of the First ward is temporary chairman up pushed The force re to discharge the rifle how1 ever caused the muzzle to swerve to the left and tha bullet entered his left shoulder and piercing the flesh through the ranks until In 1920 when ricocheted into a wall of the din the railroad was reorganized he was ing room made vice president One son Peter was on the front He reached his greatest prominence porch of a neighbors home in coin Continued on Page Eleven Continued on Page Eleven to get under the distribution was extensive Thc toal number of 24i pound bags distributed to families in this area was 62765 Only the raw grain was furnished to the American Hcd Cross by the Government Bureau of Agriculture and all the attendant processes and expense of transportation placing In FLIES TO PANAMA Special to the Times PANAMA Aug D Me Cray Jr of 818 East Fourteenth ylvanii Partly cloudy in southeast portion Tuesday ivcst and north portions lito tonight or Tuesday Warmer tonight slightly cooler in and norlh por tions Tuesday afternoon Western Pennsylvania Tartly pcarance and discovering that his automobile was in the garage street Chester Pa a marine engineer i ploycs broke Into the basement lead ing from the drug store to north nd wcst the from apartment Copplc found his employer lying at the foot of his bed with his right arm outstretched and a 32 calibre revolver beside hirri A tiny wound In the top of his head indicated rtlllrtlliiTJtilSjlilCUll i with the AngloAmerican Steamship I n iouth 10 Agencies arrived here by Panamai tnnSit shKhtly cooler Tuesday Continued on Page Eleven 1 Continued on Page Eleven y Amnrican plane lying from King ston Jamaica McCray arrived in i Jamaica after a days flight from I Miami aboard the TransCaribbean Air Express stopping off at Cieuj fuegos Cuba Mr McCray is In j Panama City in the Interests of the 9 a m69 2 p m Anglo American Steamship Agencies I 10 a 70 TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m 64 11 a m 7j 7 a m64 Noon 74 8 a m68 I p m 76 78   

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