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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - August 8, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE lONTIiS ENDING DECEMBER 31 1932 2O328 IHW FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Beat News of the Day S7TH 17665 Dally Leased Wire Repohs c Untied Press and International News Service I IKS UP CHESTER PA TUESDAY AUGUST 8 19315 PRICE TWO CENTS NRA WARNS OF RACKETEERING IN RECOVERY DRIVE Cautions Against Fees for Blue Eagle Emblems for Firms Electric Battery Tele phone and Oil Burner Codes Presented Newspaper Code Submitted to NRA FIANCEE QUESTIONED IN KILLING OF R R EXECUTIVE The entire theory behind the na tional recovery program is to restore general prosperity Every newspaper publisher is behind the President in this worthy and necessary endeavor The publisher of the Chester Times president of the Pennsylvania News paper Publishers Association has been attending committee meetings at Harrlsburg in reference to the newspaper code and the slate associ ation has been in conference with conmittees from the American News paper Publishers Association and WASHINGTON Aug Naj workin in with that or tional Mediation Board of the NRA I ganization has effected preliminary organization Tne code nas presented to and laid plans to prepare an agenda the NRA anl wm be released for of subjects to be taken up when Publication late today As soon as permanent organization is completed j accepted by the Administration the Modeled largely after the War j Times and other Pennsylvania dailies Labor Board the new machinery for win sign the code maintaining industrial pdaceand har monizing disputes that may arise under interpretations of the Presi dential agreement will proably get under way in a week At the meeting yesterday an unsuc cessful effort was made to get in touch by transatlantic telephone with Sen ator Robert F Wagner chairman of the board who was reported to be in Geneva It is hoped to reach Senator Wagner for his approval on the plan of permanent organization now being drafted Four of the seven members were present at the meeting Walter C Teagle Dr Leo Wolman John L Lewis and Louis E Kirstein Gerard Swope and William Green were ab sent If Senator Wagner can be reached by transatlantic telephone he will be urged to curtail his vacation and take the next boat home so as to preside at the meetings HEARTY SUPPORT ASSURED THE NRA PLAN IN COUNTY Representative Business and Professional Groups Meet at Chester Club ARGrangcrCofCHcad Presides and Explains Purpdse of Movement With messages pouring into Gen eral Johnsons office from employ ers in all parts of the country offer ing cooperation in the drive to return several millions to work by Labor Day came reports of racketeering The NRA warned against certain or ganizations which are reported as at tempting to convey the impression that they are sponsored by the ad ministration in their attempts to charge merchants and manufacturers for the use of the blue eagle None of these enterprise1 has the It slightest countenance of the National f Recovery Administration and no such authority will be to any paper pamphlet book chart or other pub lication to capitalize the patriotism of those who have joined with the administration in putting over the restoration drive General Johnson stated The National Recovery Adminis tration wishes to warn the people Questioned Ijy police in the mysterious murder of Henry F Sanliorn rail executive found slain in a Queens New Votk tliiekel was his fiancee Magn hild Almskaar 27yearnld stenographer of Brooklyn She is shown leaving the district attorneys office in LOUR Island City after the questinninc Continued on Pare Ten POLICE CHIEF VANCE HAD A FINE TRIP Chief of Police John Vance has re sumed his duties at City Hall after enjoying a two weeks vacation on an Wholehearted support by business and professional men and women representing nearly every section of Delaware county was promised the Chester Council of the National Re covery Administration at a luncheon meeting held yesterday afternoon at the Chester Club 511 Welsh street The meeting was called by Albert R Granger president of the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce who has been appointed chairman of the local body by President Roosevelt In his opening address Mr Granger said that insofar as the newspapers of the nation had so completely ex plained the purpose of the act there was little he could add to what has already been said He complimented those who had turned out to the meeting and concluded his remarks by saying that hefelt sure Delaware county in this movement would do its share in bringing about prosperity Mayor William Ward Jr was in troduced and welcomed the delegates representing the various business en terprises and civic associations in the county He said this city is back of the President 100 per cent and advo cated that the body stand solidly be hind the President in the present move to bring the country out of the depression which has gripped it for BALBO STARTS 2 FRENCH ACES BACK TO ROME SET NEW RECORD General Leads His 24 Sea planes in Take Off From Shoal Harbor Nfd Rossi and Coclos Land in Syria From New York in 60Hour Flight i SANBORN KILLED IN KIDNAP PLAN OFFICIALSTHINK Told Business Associates iMun Was Wailing to Take Him on Trip Miss Almskaar Fiancee Throws No Light on the Tragedy NEW YORK Aug theory that Henry F Sanborn mur dered railroad official wns killed wlun hi resisted iin attempt to kld him wus udvimml today by As sistant District Altomey Crmrlcs Sul llviii of Queens county H wns pointed oui that on the he disappeared July 17 Sanbom tolii business associates wns wail ing to take him to Long Islimd drew from bank of which only remained when his body was found U would be In accord with tht methods used by some kidnapers In recent abductions if he had beei hired to Long Island on a supposes business deal aiul then nlUrkcd j into bloody revolution 20 DEAD 20 DYING IN CUBA CAPITAL SHOT IN REVOLT Slaughter Occurs in Front of Presidential Palace in Rise Against Machado Who Is Branded as Dictator Mowed by Soldiers Bullets American Ambassador Proposes Executive tire Under Guise of Absence Reply Not Decide To Controls City HAVANA AUK by the United terrorized capital today awaked the decision of President Gcrardo Machndo who was confronted with the choice of Riving up his ollice or plunging his country Sanborn jhc socially prom itirtit railroad executive whose hullet Iiicrccd body was found in a tlilckc near ISaysitle N Y Is pictured as he appeared in a recent photograph NEW YORK Aug j PARIS Aug at Rayak Italian air fleet was 300 miles from noal Beirut Syria after a 60hour the Azores Islands at 1215 p m i 29minute night from New York Lieut Maurice Rossi of the French today Mackay radio was ad Amiy Air Corps and his companion i CH APPLY FOR LOANS TO SAVE HOMES vised by wireless Paul Codos yesterday set a new worlds nonstop distance mark of ap the past four years William F Dclehanty manager of thc Delaware County Chamber of and daughter Mr and Mrs J B i Commerce outlined with the aid of automobile trip to Chicago where he and Mrs Vance and their soninlaw Hayes and their son Bartram visited the Century of Progress Exposition The Chief much benefited by the trip sat at his desk today and painted a beautiful word picture of the ex position He told of the manner in a chart how the work in each section of the county will be carried out by a corps of officials who will be ap pointed by the chairman The officers will be named in a fashion similar to army officers starting with generals which the grounds covering 450 acres j subordinate officers leading down the are laid out the wide streets and odd line of the recruits in the field al shaped buildings painted in various of them to play an important part colors which present an attractive 1 in the fight against the depression sight both day and night Under the plan each person con While away he paid a visit to Cap ron 111 75 miles northwest of ChiI 1 ago Ihc town in which he was born ami lived until he was five years old j LOCAL PHYSICIAN He visited the old home in which he j was born j Before returning to Chester he HORTA Azores Aug plSate1y Scaring the halfway mark of its re Using a singlemotored Bieriol turn flight across the Atlantic Gen monoplane Rossi and Codos took off I Clifton Heights Residents Will Seek to Prevent Foreclosure Action eral Italo Balbos seaplane armada Floyd Bennett Field Brooklyn Ll ill ilUlU DtlllJUS MitUlUllt tUlllilUl f U radiojd at 1115 a m EOT todav at 5 l mE DT Saturday flew all was proceeding well j ovcr Pads onl scve minutes behind Thc wireless was sent 7 hours and i SCT by Cnftrlcs ALindbergh 30 minutes after the planes got awa Iff27 and pushed over Europe and from Shoal Harbor Newfoundland i he Mediterranean to a landing at At the time the armada was believed t Rayak at 610 p m Greenwich within a few hundred miles of the or 210 PIV ED Tyesterday Their Azores speed is credited to their powerful motor p Hispano Suiza of thc SHOAL HARBOR NFD Aug latest type Italo Balbo led his 24 j According to thc official figures seaplanes from the placid waters of i given out by the French Air Ministry this harbor at dawn today on one of thc fliers covered roughly 6210 miles the final and most dangerous legs of but thc straight line distance between the greatest mass flight of airplanes j Hew York and Rayak must stand as in history The fleet was bound for the record the Azores Islands a distance of 1200 j They eclipsed the former world Five or six cases where home owners are in danger of foreclosure and where slays of judgment will be sought from the county courts were found yesterday when applications lor home loans were received by Joseph F X Quinn appraiser and Matthew Randall attorney who sat in the tlrchouse at Clifton Heights as repre sentatives for Delaware county of the Federal Home Owners Loan Corpora tion Approximately 150 persons were on ihnnd with appsals for aid Dclin Sanborn was a big nigged man who would have put up a strong fight lie was killed by two bullet wounds but he also suffered a blow on tin head A theory that blackmailers attempt Ing to extort money from Santnmi or his wealthy friends might have killed him also was advanced Maijnhildc Almskaar his 7year old fiancee was able to Rive little as sistance through long questioning frequently interrupted by her Inabil ity to maintain composure She broke down finally while identifying San boms body at the Queens county morgue Detectives said when shn left the morgue to GO to her home she would not be questioned further Although police wished to question ie beautiful blonde whose photo rnplis an naturcllc were found in anborns olllcc they were reudy to bandon the woman angle Ban orns relatives insisted that women ould not possibly IKS Involved in the lotlvntlon of his sliiying Snuboms business life seemed even lore Impeccable Despite his large iconic mid his family background put him on intimate terms with rominent persons he lived quietly in Y M C A dormlntory and had cw friends He was a conservative ivcslor and ns general eastern agent f the St LouisSan Francisco Rail oad Company his business assoclatcs icludccl some of the best known In ustrlal executives French mid Italian police looked for Bancroft Mitchell son of William D Vlltchell former United Slates Attor ney General They lyiul been requested by New York police to question him concerning his sale of stock In n Connecticut brewery to Sanborn A ccelpt for Ihe money Sanborn put ip which wns signed by Mitchell iind norc than In cash were found n the dead mans pocket There was lothlng to indlcale but that the slock Twenty persons were dead us Lhc result of a slaughter in front of the presidential palace Twenty more Wore dying One hundred and thirty suffered from gunshot wounds Sporadic shooting by iwllcc oc curred throughout the suburbs dur ing the night and early today There was no authentic check of total casualties SuinniHWelles American Ambas sador viewing the situation ns one of tragic gravity has proposed a so U S AGENT ENDS PENNA COAL RIFT Speaks to Strikers at Uniontown and They Vote to Go to Work Continued on Iafre Ten milcs all over water j mark 5340 miles set by O R Gray The fleet already had negotiated ford and Lieut G S Nicoletts of the dangerous north Atlantic in its flight from Orbetcllo Italy to Chi cago and New York and the men were supremely confident that in accident would interfere with the sue5 cessful completion of their adventure STUDY SEWAG E PLANT in Rome The start was undramatic carried aupremcly confident that no SHARON HILL SOLONS nt would interfere with the sue Sharon At 3 a the crews boarded thc Council last night drove to Canada and Niagara Falls and then went to Detroit from which city he headed for Chester He t traveled a distance of 2100miles while j Continued on Pajre Eijrht planes and in a few minutes thc roar of the motors filled thc harbor Balbo studied weather reports to the last minute Arriving at his own plane he taxied for thc start closely fol lowed by the two planes of his triad It took the air at 345 a m Dr John S Eynon of Ridley Park wellknown local practitioner having Vance i aacr The other followed in of more than one and j crly to sea evenly spaced one from the other and at 412 a m all were in the air Without ado the fleet flying in military formation headed southeast plan of uniting boroughs and townships along the Darby Creek watershed in erecting a sewage disposal plant in Darby township It was decided to send a letter to all taxpayers of thc borough explaining the plan in detail so that i they might vote intelligently on a j proposed bond issue at a special clcc j lion which may be held in conjunc tion with tho September primaries lax notices for 1931 were sent l1t thc locil1 tax pollcc lors anti tjljs Ciulsttj many house holders to osk for government aid under thc misapprehension they were about to be sold out for taxes Dis regarding these Mr Quinn found nearly 50 cases where loans were needed of which he estimates 40 to 50 per cent arc in such shape tha quick aid can be given In all case mortgagee consent forms were dls trlbutcd and applicants instructed li have them signed RE PU BUG AN TICKET JN NORWOOD BORO The Norwood Republican organiza tion has announced thc completion of its ticket to be voted for at th September primaries The followin Council ordered a floral token sent nUncs nilve becn decided upon for th out of respect to former Councilman Borough offices and he says he learned several things connected with police work G 0 P INDEPENDENTS NAME COUNTY SLATE Tvn Hro Uouncu udo B Forest Gindcr whose funeral takes pital on two occasions The first time j afternoon he entered was on June 23 and was The weather was good all discharged on July 3 He again en along the eastsoutheast route to the tered on Jujj 18 to undergo a major operation At a session to which newspaper men were not invited independent Delaware County Republicans v last night at Media indorsed a slate of candidates for the fall election Dr Eynons condition this morning was reported as being very favorable He spent a good night and is now on the way to complete recovery WANAMAKERS IN CRASH Continued on Ten WILL IMSCUSS NRA The Chester Pike Kiwanis Club will hold a community meeting to which residents of ail boroughs in the upper Chester pike section have been in vited to attend It will be held in j f j T i ivn niiu AYHO u the Boone avenue public school Glen lea constable John M prOminert jn New York and Philadel olden tomorrow evening Problems cnarscn icimw mnpnnnni i J MONTE CARLO Aug i Mf Rnd Wanamakcr Jr socifity werc slightlv pertaining to the NRAwill Senator John J McClure leader of the county Republican organization The others headed by George Allen a former warden of the Bcllefonte Penitentiary approved a ticket in cluding John H Fancy of Clifton Heights for sheriff Mr Allen of Media for controller James M Ham ilton of Chester prothonotary Mrs M Guckert of Radnor director of scrj cussed The principal speaker will lously hurt today when the autonioI be William F Delahanty manager of iidoptecr a resolution au thorizing under certain conditions payment of borough taxes in monthly instalments fdr a six months period beginning September 1 Homer B McCormick for chic burgess Joseph C Laringcr Willlan J Sweeney and D Logan Edward council John K Sloatman an Donald C Irving school director Harry W Justice of the Peace Russell Lampe borough auditor an Engineer Norman Foster reported a Benjamin FHaldcman tax collccto meeting of officials of the borough traction representatives and others Friday morning at 9 oclock at thc office of Damon Foster engineers to see if some agreement can be reached which will permit thc re inoval of a stone wall and possibly part of the station at the Sharon Hill lermnus of the Philadelphia and SPECIAL MEETING A special meeting of the Darb Continued im Page Ten M A STIsirpTJUMBERS WILL MEET HERE A Joint meeting of the master plumbers of Delaware county and Wilmington Del will be held at thc Chester Club 511 Welsh street Mon day evening August 21 at oclock It Is being conducted under the auspices of Ihft Delaware County Chamber of Commerce Speakers who will address thc meeting will In clude E Rciid Saiilsbury chief of the Market and Research Department of UrUtcd States Chamber of Com merce Washington D C Robert J Barrett president of the National As sociation of Maslcr Plumbers Wash ington D C Joseph G Hildnbrand of Washington D C secretary of the National Plumbers Association and William F Dclehanty manager of thc Delaware County Chamber of Commerce QERARDO MACI1ADO lutlon that Involves Mitcliiulos re tirement possibly under the guise of a leave of absence Mauhado wis expected to speak most probably before Congress It was reliably reported although not officially confirmed that Welles formula for solution embodied the following points First Complete renovation of thc Senate In 1035 second hnlf of thc Chamber In 1935 and half in 1037 third Machado to request a leave of absence naming Dr Carlos Miguel De Cespcdes secretary of slate De Cespedcs thus would suc ceed Machado in the Presidency Apparently Machado was still re sisting acceptance of the terms with the support of certain Liberals in the Chamber and other adherents It was rumored Welles had Issued an ultlnmltim giving Maclmdo 72 hours In comply but the report was riuos tonable Welles has Insistently stated hr issued no ultimatum At the moment he was solo dic tator by virtue of thc action of Con gress last night In suspending civil liberties for thirty days The army controls Ihc cily bul there were reports there was dis satisfaction within its ranks with UNIONTOWN Pa Aug The pica of a representative of Notional Recovery Administration thai striking Fayotte county miners return to thc pits was successful to day and local presidents and secre taries voted unanimously to go back to work The vote cfimc after Edward F Mc Grady deputy administrator of tho NRA appeared before on executive session of the miners local leaders promised n square deal by the ad ministration iind asked them to re turn to work Formal announcement of the lead ers action was expected later today After the executive session Mc Grady went with William Fceney president of District 4 United Mine Workers of America to the nearby courthouse steps nnd spoke to one oC the largest crowds ever assembled before that building Miners business was tied up for two weeks by tha widespread coal citizens slood on Ihc lawn and cheered President John L Lewis of tho Unlled Mine Workers conferring here regarding thc bituminous coal code on which hearingsbegin tomor row expressed confidence that all the striking would return to work as soonas they under stood fully the terms of the tempo rary agreement Officials of thePitts burgh Coal Company one of the major concerns Involved also said they believed failure of some miners to return to thc pits was dus to ft misunderstanding The dispute wns understood to cen ter around the mines of the H C Continued on rage Tea CLOUDYPROBABLE THUNDER SHOWERS CON VB Y PRISONE IIS TO THE COUNTY JAIL Partly cloudy and possible thun der showers is the schedule for to day ami tomorrow In Eastern Penn sylvania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland It will be slightly warmer today Yesterdays average of 76 degrees was precisely normal for the date The high tempcrilure yesterday was fll Jcgrees at p in and the low fiV at a m High for the date was 10R degrees in 1918 The coldest August 7 was in 1893 when the mer cury shrank to 59 Sunrise today was at a m and sunset will be at p m Eastern Daylight Saving Time Machado Trucks waited nt thc prin cipal street corners to take soldiers to any spot where disorder breaks out Machine guns were mounted around the presidential palace nnd at all government buildings Ordinary life war paralyzed Shops were closed There were no malls Twentyone prisoners were taken i even private motor cars were be from City Hall yesterday to thc I operated Most citizens remained county jail at Media This was the J Indoors fearinr more slaughter bv 1 v i t largest number to be committed to i or the dreaded Porrlstas the I5 the a i secret service men M can t quite get the point Topics of Tames The Cuban rhumba seems to ba more of a pronounced rhumble to day with something Machadoins every minute G A R vet 105 years old smokes ten cigars per day and drinks his regularly Regarding the latter prison any one day this year Business Mens Association will be Mostof those convicted were short Machndo tall heavy set spectacled held on Tuesday August 15 atnoon I term prisoners They were all men waJ ln fighting mood His own pollt at the Dublin Inn Chester pike and nnc the majority were rounded up by Springfield road Colllngdalc Wil liam F Dclahanty manager ofthc Delaware County Chamber of Com Garrettford Street Railway Company mercc will address the meeting which so as to rnakc It possible to extend will be presided over by Howard B thc sidewalk nn Cnnstnr bile in which they were riding col the Delaware County chamber of the sidewalk on Chester pike lidcd with a truck I Commerce Ihe police in drives against vagrants panhandlers and loungers in Deshong Memorial Park Some of the men were also taken in a raid conducted on a cabin nt Front and Pcnn streets Talbot president of the organization I It required two trips by the patrol to convey the prisoners to j leaders were understood to have Wni to accept Ambassador Welles pronouncement that thc only alternative to war was his relinqtiish Pet Dog Saves Life of His Young Master SELLS HAVERFORD PROPERTY Mrs Bessie Stewart has sold thc stone Georgianstyle residence at College avenue and Turnbridge road i Havcrford containing 20 rooms and VI 11 LLrLiVSl Wl j J 1 i I poor Samuel R Harshnw of Haver Tenyearold Walton Covington of ECVCn baths to William H Gross ford cleric of court and Thomas P tocay owes his f Kelley jury commissioner I J HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAV By United Press i devotion and loyalty of a pet dog I Walton the son of Mr and Mrs OfTlIf f Harold Covington of Okcola avenueN I II I and Poulson road was saved from being torn to pieces by a Belgian poj lice dog which Covington keeps tied i near his chicken house to protect a j valuable flock of chickens purchase price was U S Spending Billion a Year for Jobless Relief wagon Media DOG HITKS CHILO WASHINGTON Aug during the first quarter of thc year niore than an expenditure by triestates and local siouuuoo000 a year for uncmploy governments of more than mcnt rplici QOO is indicated i m mrV i n 1 ATm Arciablc estimate of the enormous Actually however thc states and A I I T X AN r I I ioutla b federal State and local subdivisions spent only 33 to 40 per 1 Unn 1 j governments and private chanty was cent of this amount experts of thc 1 made possible through research of exi administration say The remainder Rhinehart Ewcrtz three years old of Stoneybrook Ridley Park was I treated nl Taylor Hospital yesterday i for a dog bite in his right thigh The child was not admitted to thc hospital AT HAWTHORNE Well Pop Boot Tommcy Tickle Declared off Weather clear track fast DARBY CITIZENS RAP TAP ROOMS the animal ran toward thc lad knocked him down and grabbed i lils right arm in his powerful jaws tearing the flesh The screams of the terrified child were heard by his mother who was When the little fellow thoughtlessly v y I perts of thc new Federal Emergency was made up by Federal loans from got within reach of thc police dog I T IHtTICS JgnilC oCVCral Relief Administration j the Reconstruction Finance Corpora Appeal 10 BorOUgh J n W Investigation of the relief problem tlon which may never be repaid and Utntr OUIIS Ulvlng rirCiin all parts of the country ihas grants from the discretionary Fcd romnanihcTlaHln I vcaled many charges including the eral fund VvUmpaniLis lidlllL virtual disappearance of private char With reports Incomplete It is csti j ity as a substantial factor in caring mated thc Federal Government will An explosion of an oil still along for the joblcfs be required to give the states and in a distant part of the house and j thc water front at the Texas Oil j With thc burden being rapidly local governments a like amount for by other members of the family and j Companys plant near the Marcus transferred to public bodies the stake j the second quarter of the taxpayer in returning pros Because a breakdown n relief ef ncighbors who ran to the boys as HookClaymonl line occurred at 10 Distance i oclock this morning and in a short Another dog the pel of thc time a half dozen other stills were cil to Enforce Law Gov erning Closing Hours Continued on Page Ten u s TKIASUIIV BALANCE WASHINGTON The Treasury net balance for A tig 5 was Miscellaneous internal revenue receipts that day were SB233119BI Customs recepls for the month through Aug 5 were At a meeting of Darby Council held last night in Memorial Hall Main Btrcct and Rldse avenue a group of perity is becoming greater each day forts is threatened unles1 thc states Second ward taxpayers was present Every job ii Is estimated removes at i and cities provide additional funds with complaints AT CONEY ISLAND was quicker lhan his human ablaze Thc fire raged for three least three persons from relief rolls the Federal relief administration has 1 nollsc n i friends He too heard the screams quarters of an hour before beins i During the first six months of thc issued warnings that Federal funds of distress of his little master He i brought under control and subdued i year research experts found Uncle will be withheld unless there is i i jmade a flying leap at the polics dog comprnies i Sam was thc greatest factor in re evidence of reai cooperation Florence Louise and broke its hold on the childs arm An alarm was responded toby the lieving the jobless Unless thc states 1 Harry L Hopkins relief adminis oiin Yen French Maid Our Knochabout Lanier Thistle Ann Duchess Quidam Yaupon Gertie Bov Santerno Bclcn Burke Weather raining track slow Louise i and broke its hold on the child s arm An alarm was responded to by the lieving the jobless Unless thc states Harry L Hopkins relief adminis distracting its attention from the Ciaymont Brandywine Hundred Vis5 counties and cities Increase their i trator has forced the calling of spe t boy who by this time had been cose Fcitonville Marcus Hook county funds for employment relief it is j cial sessions of legislatures In three j picked up by Kenze Pennington a companies and thc Felton No 3 of expected that renewed demands will states And a vote on a bond Issue in v neighbor the city department Securing the automobile of An The extent of the damage has not i Federal fund i be made upon Congress for additional a fourth The relief problem research ex thony Smith of Boothwyn road Penbeen ascertained None of the cmi Under the present emergency rei perls say will continue for months nington took the little victim of the ployes of the company or firemen lief law states are entitled to on a fter the employment curve rises attack to Chester Hospital where he j was injured while fighting the flames Federal dollar for each three spent 1 sharply As men return to work was given prompt treatment and re turned home Walton is still suffer ing from shock A large crowd of persons was at bv public bodies in the slat j others who have escaped an appeal tracked to the scene by the heavy j With the Federal government to charity are finally forced to rc rcgarding a tap near Sev enth street which ihey allege is a nuisance and requesting Council to close it Ii was stated that the place keeps oprn at unreasonable hours and that persons coming out of thc estab lishment annoy the neighborhood with vile language The petition was pre sented by David Lynch Complaint xvas also marie by citizens of condi tions in H tap house in the vicinity of Fifth street and Grcenway avenue Council felt that it had no jurisdic tion to deprive a man of his license clouds of smoke I spending on this basis i sort to it for aid Continued on Page Eighl Subject of Britain Files Suit at Media An unusual suit has been Jilrd nt Media the papers bearing sev eral Impressive seals of the court of King George of England Jack McGahcy horse dealer of Hntona County Tyrone Norlh nnl pounds nnd five shillings from Thomas McKel vey also described as horse dealer formerly of thc same town but now of the Rase Tree section of Upper Providencetownship Jne claim Ls for services rendered and work and labour done the petition cites The plaintiff in the High Court 01 Justice in Northern Ireland Kings Bench Division at Bel fast recovered a judgment it Ls set forth and an appeal was dis nusscd The paper is certified bv the Clerk of the Crown and Peace Among the documents is the seal of thc Permanent Secre tary of trio Supreme Court of Judi cature in Northern Ireland and uerk of thc Another pa per bears the seal of the Amer ican viceconsul at Belfast The suit was rued by Attorney Robert B Greer Arizona votes on repeal today and sometimes It is hard to believe that for thc past thirteen years they have neen quaffing Icecream sodas in that torrid clime A West End cafe claims five years priority on NRA because they have had lor some time a sign Nothing Raw Allowed 7t is said that the airplanes flying over New York now carry spy glasses so the passengers can see thc sun bathers on the apartment house roofs and we suppose before long they will be carrying grappling hooks One of our Scotch friends whoso daughter got married couldnt go to thc railroad station with her becauso he had to stay at home and pick up the rice A lot of men who get the reputa tion of being model husbands be cause they stay at home at night are thai way only because they are too lazy to go out Sometimes Wall Street has to close business on account of the fi nancial situation but Monte Carlo keeps going ahead in the old fash ioned way The Weather WASHINGTON Aujr 8 UP The weather forecast Eastern Tcnn svlvania Partly cloudy nrcccdcd by showers in south portifln Wednesday partly cloudy Western Pennsylvania Tartly cloudy preceded by showers in south portion tonight slightly cooler to night in extreme north portion Wednesday partly cloudy slightly warmer in northwest portion TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m 6511 a m H 1 a in66 Noon 8 a m68 1 p m 9 a m 70 2 p m 80 10 a m 72   

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