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Chester Times (Newspaper) - August 9, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE IOMVS ENDING DECEMBER 31 1932 FINAL EDITION With All Latet and Best News of the Day 57TH 17666 Dally Leased Wire RciJorts of United Press nnd International News Service INS I UP CHESTER PA WEDNESDAY AUGUST 9 1033 PRICE TWO CENTS CRISIS SEEN NEAR IN CUBA TURMOIL MACHADODEFIANT Political Development May Follow Arrival of Sec of State Today Suggested Leave of Ab sence for President Is Ignored by Him WHERE BLOOD RUNS AS CUBA SEEKS TO OUST MACHADO WASHINGTON Aug Undismayed by President Machados refusal to accept Americas peace plan for Cuba Ambassador Sumner Welles in Havana reportedby tele phone to the State Department to day that Cuban political leaders had suggested some new methods of making the plan effective HAVANA Aug of State Orestes Ferrara arrived to day from the United States and went Immediately to the palace to confer with President Gerardo Ma chadq Political observers here believed that some definite action toward ending the critical nearrevolutionary condition of Cuba would follow speedily Ferrara was met by members of the cabinet He seomed in high spir its and laughlingly told newspaper men I see youre trying to make a revolution in Cuba He said he did not credit reports that Sumner Welles American am bassador had asked President Ma chado to resign The food shortage grew more strin gent and sporadic firing in the streets by police Observers expected a definite poli tical development to follow closely Ferraras arrival As secretary of state he would suc ceed to the Provisional Presidency should President Gerardo Machado follow a widely suggested course and ask Congress to grant him a leave of absence Since the accession of Ferrara a Machado follower would not alleviate the threats of revolution it was assumed that if Machado re tired Ferrara would resign first and another political figure probably Carlos Manuel De Cespedos former ambassador to Mexico would be named secretary De Cespedos then would become acting President if Machado withdrew This plan could not be worked out however withoutFerraras presence President Machado stood publicly by his insistence that he would not withdraw and started a counterof fensive by radio broadcasts attacking United States activities The broadcasts called upon Cubans to resist United States Intervention The food supply of Havana dropped ASSESSMENT SYSTEMPROBE Reported Thai the Septem ber Grand Jury Will Be Urged to Investigate Seriousness of the Cuban situation lias been enhanced by the arrival of additional troops to attempt to restore order in Havana by bayonet rule following the bloody massacre in which at least 40 vcre killed and hundreds wounded The killings occurred when citizens rushed into the streets shouting believing Prescient Gerardo Machado hart resigned Layout shows 1 fortress in II avana 2 Machado 3 map of Cuba 4 presidential palace fi capUol GRAND JURY FOR SEPTEMBER TERM Names Drawn This Morn ing at Media 11 Women Among Those Chosen Continued on Page Seven RIVER OUTING FOR CHESTER CITY POST TWO U S BUREAUS TO MERGE TONIGHT WASHINGTON Aug Under President Roosevelts program of merging various governmental ac tivities effective at midnight tonight the Bureaus of Naturalization and Immigration will be merged into a single unit and known as the Bureau of Immigration and Naturalization Daniel W MacCormack now com missioner general of immigration will head the new bureau It could not be learned whether Raymond T Crist Eleven women will serve as mem bers of the September Grand Jury This was made known at Media this morning when the jury was drawn in Court Room Noi2 under the would be retained in some capacity ARIZONA VOTES FAVOR REPEAL Becomes the 21st State Balloting Against Amendment Dry It was learned from a reliable source at Media ycstcrclny that the September Grand Jury will be asked to investigate the assessment sys tem by which money Is requested of jobholders in the Courthouse to dofrhy expenses of the coming elec tion Although the system hivs been in VORUC for yenrs it Is reported that determined efforts will be made this your to halt it and if possible In stitute criminal proceedings ngnlnst those responsible This yenr the collections started on July 15 when orders were given to practically nil of the employes with few exceptions that they were ex pected to donate to the campaign fund The money was to be paid in four installments July 15 August 1 August 15 and September 1 the last day for payment As in former years employes earn ing or under are taxed three per cent and those earning over this amount are nskccl to pay five per cent So fur a majority of the employes esprcitilly those from this city and Upper narby have paid the money Nothing is deducted from the semimonthly pay checks but the payments are expected to be after the paychecks arc distributed Pay ments are made to an ofllclnl in one of the ofilces A number of employes more than in former years Vuivo refused to make the payments acting on the advice of the leaders of their dis trict who look upon the practice with disfavor One officeholder is said to have refused point blank to pny the assessment or permit any of his employes to do so The September Grand Jury will be selected this afternoon and will con vene the third Monday of the month September 18 It was learned yes terday that at least seven employes In the courthouse have expressed their willingness lo testify before the Grand Jury and will tell who nsks them to donate nnrt who the money is paid to ouch pay day It was also rumored that numerous other jobholders have become dis gusted with the system and will readily add their testimony to that of the others PHOENIX Ariz Aug Arizona became the 21st state today director of UieNatiiraiizationBuireaTi I to nPProve repeal of the 13th amcnd and a veteran government employe rncnt llri ft 1 n TIFi STOCKS IN UPTURN ON N Y EXCHANGE supervision of Judge John M Broomall 3rd Those who assisted with the work of drawing the jury were Helen In the Labor Department Officials said that Ellis Island the great entry port for immigrants would not lose its identity as such in the merger program It was ad Wigmore and Joseph Carson The names of the grand jurors Mabel Shaw Village View follow Upper Providence Carr housekeeper township Ida Media eastern Now It Is ihe Navys turn at Ches ter City Post American Legion jt The membership of the unit fairly well divided between exservice men of the army and the navy some few years ago arranged for the army members to dine the post members in the fall probably because Napoleon declared an army travels upon Us stomach The navy alumni true to tradition each year seeks out the water route for entertaining and the exgobs are hosts each August on a cruise down the river Tomorrow night then at 630 the Past members will assemble at an Upper Darby Fourth ward Gladys embarkation point near Market street pier for cruise to nn unknown destination down the bay The nautical expedition will be stag as all Navy cruises are George Smith of the Essington shipyard will be the skipper and will provide a 35foot cruiser for the outing Gaskill Theodore Bell Scott Kauffmitted however there would be some man Harry Hippie Thomas MeIloss of on tnc island but no esli intyre William I Watkins and the two jury commissioners Harry C also will work under a curtailed per precinct Viola Caldwell housekeeper Aston township first precinct Isa bella S Murty housekeeper Upper Darby Second ward Harry C Dubbs retired Media south precinct Alex ander M Brodihn carpenter Pros pect Park second precinct Albert M Oilks electrician Darby Second vard Max H Hclmig machinist sonnel WOMAN COLLAPSES AFTER LONG HIKE Police of four states today sought the husband and two older children of Mrs Suzanne Heaton 33 of AU lanta Ga who collapsed in a police station in Philadelphia after request ing authorities to feed her and her two halfstarved boys Revived by a police surgeon the With over twothirds of the States 442 precincts counted the wets lead by almost three to one The vote was For repeal 43178 Against repeal 11002 Mrs Isabella Grccnway of Tuscon Democratic National committewoman and close friend of Mr and Mrs Roosevelt won the Democratic nomi nation for represcntrMve to succeed Arizonas lone Congressman Lewis Douglas who resigned to become director of the budget The nomina tion is considered tantamount to elec tion Mrs Greenways vote was 34207 as compared with 0209 for Harlow Akers and 6054 for William Coxon There was no Republican candidate and Dillworth E Sumptcr was unop posed on the Socialist ticket The repeal ballot contained no dry candidates because the petition of the SMALL PIN REMOVED FROM GIRLS THROAT Elevenyearold Mary Kane of Huddell avenue Linwood who swal lowed a pin Sunday afternoon and was taken to the Chester Hospital underwent an operation in the Tem ple Hospital Philadelphia yesterday morning the pin being removed by the bronchoscopic method The girl was taken to the Phila delphia institution after physicians at the Chester Hospital discovered the pin wns lodged crosswise in the throat end owing to lack of suitable equipment the physicians could noc remove it Mary is being detained in the Temple Hospital for observa tion woman said she left Atlantawith I prohibltion fnrccs did not obtain J NEW YORK AUK recoveries in the commodity markets combined with favorable news from trade signaled the resumption of the stock market advance toddy will gains In the leaders running fron fractions to more Ihaii 3 points The upturn was general with vir tually every group participating Sig nificant enough was the fact that the first time In more than a week the bulge in stocks was accompanied by volume which in the first 2 hours nearly exceeded the total for any o the past half dozen full sessions TWO OK CANDIDATES Mrs Emilie B Myers of Spring field and Mrs Frances Guggcrt o Radnor have been named by th county Independent Republican Party headed by George Allen o Media as the partys choice for di rector of the poor nomination a the September primary election 1HVSICIAN RECUPERATING Continued on Page Seven COASTAL TANKER ABLAZE enough signatures The dry wrote in names of candidates husband and their four children to hitchhike to a Western city where Heaton expected to find cm j ployment The journsv proved fruit NEW YORK Aug less and cnroute home the family small coastal tanker Glasgoe carryi became separated in New Brunswick TXrtM VirTIiVT i e r i N J from where Mrs Heaton and v I lai from Bronklvn The vote favored repeal throughout the state even in Graham county a dry stronghold Dr John S Eynon of Ridley Park voters i left yesterday for Narragnnsctt Rhod Island to recuperate from his rcccn ing a cargo of fuel oil from to Long Beach N Y burst into flames off Rockaway Point after an explosion today Its master known to police only as Captain Ralph of and its crew of two were ELISHA LEES FUNERAL OF HITRUN DRIVER illness He expect1 to return to h Newspaper Ads Announcing NRA Firms Approved WASHINGTON Aug S Johnson national recovery ad ministrator today straightened out misinterpretations of recent comments he lias made The statement follows The other day I said referring to the efforts to arrive at code for the cloak and suit industry that it was one of tin worst ba bies there is Today 1 liuvireceived several messages twisting that utterance into a derliiration that I he code is unsatisfactory On the contrary despite the dinicultlcs of arrang ing it the code is all right Aniithrr misinterpretation is in relation to i notice warning peo ple against rarhrtcfrs who artat tempting to people using he IJlun liafile to pay for Inclusion in socallftl roll of honor Some people have const rued this as pre venting newspapers from selling advrrlisenirnl space for he nu nouiuements of Hluo Kaglo linns mid individuals Thai Is mi absurdity Tlir NKA wants all pulillcity given to the use of the emblem anil obvi ously here lire nn strlncs on llir ncuSpaiMrs as to Die form or elm racier of their lids so long as the advertisers are bona lldc of the HimKngle fniternilv PILOT DIES AS ONE PLANEOVERTURNS INBALBOTAKEOFF One of 21 in Fleet Upsets in Hop From Azores Islands for Lisbon BOYCOTT THREAT AGAIST THOSE NOT UNDER EAGLE Full Pressure to Be Brought on Those Firms That Remain Out Armada Reaches Portugal Is Second Fatality RomcU S Flight of SOFT COAL CODE HEARINGS OPEN 3cn Johnson NKA Chief Speaks Making Pica for Cooperation LISBON Portugal Aug Gen llnlo Hnlbos ulr nmada returned triumphant but In sorrow to Europe today after Its historic night to Chi cago Pride in I heir achievement v mingled with mourning for the death of Lieut Squnglln reserve pio on Hie senplnnc 1Rnnl who was fa tally injured when the plane over turned rnrly today ns the fleet wa taking oft from the Azores Gen IJalbo In the van ns usunl wns the first to bring his plane down on the Tugus anchoring at n m EOT He was followed immediately by cloven other planes The planes made a good flight from tin Azores despite fog off the Portu guese const IJalbo the first to take off left Ponln DclKiida at 330 a in KDT making the flight of DOO miles to Lisbon In seven hours and ten minutes The mishap to the IRani WHS the second fntnl disaster since the squad ron left Orbetcllo Italy last month On landing at Amsterdam the 1Dini overturned killing Its mechanic Sergl Quintavnlle In the accident to the TRunt at tributed by Gen Halbo lo nn error In maneuvering Capt Rnnleri Scrgt WASHINGTON Aim leprcscntativcs of northern coal op rators today refused to withdraw ompany union provisions of their jroposed code of fair competition Charles ONeill vice president of Jealo Peacock and Kerr Coal Com niny represent Ing the Northern loal Control Association and the Smokeless and Appalachian Coal As oclalion insisted at the hearings hat tlic union provisions should rc Continned on Seven ROOSEVELT CLUB WORKERS MEET nnln in the code Donald Richbcrg NRA general counsel told the persons gath ered for the hearing that nothing could be gained by personalities re criminations or altacks from one parly or another Administrator Hugh S Johnson opened the proceedings with a plea for cooperation He described the coal industry os the most difficult industry with which we have hnd to deal He sakl the purpose of the hearings was to reach nn agreement ns nearly satisfactory to as many people as con be had RichbeiK said thnL if a thorough investigation of the coal industry Conllriiird on Iagft Seven BARBERS IN MARCUS HOOK ARE ORGANIZED A workers meeting of the Roose velt Club was held last night 130 West Fifth street and organisation plans were the topic of the evening James ft Kent chairman presided Tlif meeting was addressed by C E Hidden and John J Stclser can didates for city council and the fol lowing candidates for School Board Michael F Reps P Lee Sparks and George Staus Charlcs Alschulcr spoke on the Importance of making the campaign broad enough to Include all national ities ami he was appointed ns a mem ber of the Speakers Committee of the campaign Charlcs U Dutton ad dressed the meeting ns did A S Rush Tynion Kolody George Pappiys and Mrs Elizabeth McOcchnn John Burns presented a resolu tion there should be a precinct es tablished above the Pennsylvania railroad In the Tenth ward because of a lack of convenient transporta tion and the congested population of that section This wns approved unanimously byfill present A peti tion has been signed to thai effect to be presented to the proper authori ties Advisers Iking Selected for Hearings of he Va rious Industry Codes WASHINGTON Aug The threat of a national boycott If necessary lo the success of the Na tional Recovery Act was hurled to day by Administrator Hugh S John son as n cleavage between Johnson and other high NRA officials was re vealed Johnson said 1 do not believe the government will buy where the firms selling the goods are not under the Blue Eagle High administration officials nro not convinced he ought lo have hia way in this mid arc not sold on Iho idea President Roosevelt himself may have to decide this issue when ths time comes to decide Ample lime will be allowed every concern to come under the Blue Knglcs wings or stay out but full pressure will be brought against those that stay out Power to decide when the boycott must be applied and against whom will remain with Johnson Johnson stated his plan to have government follow a boycott of its own against those firms that refuse to comply with the codes or presiden tial agreements merely follows what the government basking the publio to do Johnson said there wns no two weeks deadline or any 6ther dead line for adopting the Blue Eagle em blem Some firms have been held up by us right here he said We want to be fair to them But at the proper time we are going to start out with a campaign lhat will nsk the publin to buy under the Blue Eagle designed to move goods No Blue Eagle is going to bo awarded except where a firm com plies with the requirements When it ndopts a code then breaks that code in any way the Insignia will bo withdrawn and it will not be given back he warned The recovery administration has not tabulated results of the caries submitted so far In terms of employ ment Johnson said because he wants Corillnned on Page Seven A meeting of the barbers of Mar cus Hook and vicinity was hijlcl re cently at one of the shops in that borough and an organization formed Union rulings being drafted Officers elected to serve for the en suing year are Charles Fnrrington president Martin J McKenna vice president Antonio Patronc secre tary Carl W Gray treasurer Jnmcs Ij Girvan C C Holdcn and Prank Lupole trustee Laurancc Landino of the Chester Master Barbers Association addressed thn meeting and explained in detail WILLIAM M HUNTER COUNCIL CANDIDATE Jl II DO J V LWIH rill V If I 1 11 office at Broad and Upland streets I crB code as pertaining to the the latter part of August Walter C Hammar 47 of Harding avenue Oaklyn N J a lineman cm i ployed by 8 j Company Joseph Baulwarc of 324 Fulton street a nineyearold Negro boy ported to police at City Hall yesterj DOCTOR KILLED IN CRASH Hammar was crossing the interscc i lion when he was struck In falling day that a bakery truck had run into j YORK Aug Dr John D he alighted on the front of the car a small express wagon owned by him Gambill 26 an interne at Johns Hop and rolled off into the highway The if h kins Hospital Baltimore was killed driver of the car whose license num H n to i h Vn and three othcr were hurt i ber vfs noted by bystanders proi ascertain on K i one seriously when their automobile ccnded cast on Third street the damage done to the smaller overturned ori pike near j was taken to The Chester hide Hanover last night Hospital in the police patrol Flames Threaten Home of Official Summoned from his duties as secretary in the midst of a busy session of Collingdale council last night by a fire in his home Leon I Pearson turned the office tem porarily over to Burgess John A Smith and hurried to his home at 1100 Andrews avenue There he found that a blaze In a second story closet had destroyed all the clothing in the closet as well as damaging the walls and floors The fire was extinguished with com paratively small loss by Colling dale Fire Company No 1 NRA and as a result of the meeting i the Mnrcus Hook members pledged full coopcrntion In the plan for busi ness recovery PA 07 Y SLIGHTLY COOLER William M Hunter local realtor today announced his candidacy for city commissioner on the Republican ticket He declared he will wage his fight for office on a platform calling for reduction of taxes Mr Hunter is secretary of the Chester Real Estate Board secretary of the Property Owners Division of the Chester Real Estate Board secretaryof the Dela ware County Taxpayers Association and a member of the executive com of the Property Owners Rent SECOND WARD HOME DAMAGED BY FLAMES AL5130 oclock this morning home of Nick Bcdnor at Rose and Potter streets wns damaged by fire Bednor who hnd just opened his gro cery store In the front part of the dwelling smcllcd smoke and arous ing his wife ran to the corner and scnl In nn alarm from Box 134 By the time the district firemen arrived the blaze wns well underway and the kitchen and part of the living quar ters home were badly damaged Firemen had little trouble in extin guishing the flames Damage to the extent of was reported by Mr Bcdnor Partly cloudy and rlightly cooler possibly with showers ir the forecast for today in Eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland It will be fair tomorrow The highest mperaturo here yes terday was 80 degrees al 4 p m and the loweft 67 at 7 a m The Association today Mr Hunter said he had always supported the Re publlufiii organization rrm tiiJs time he will continue his campaign up un til the Primary Election Day Sep tember 19 ISIS ACCUSER Millard Slmms 32 of the 1GOO block Green street Philadelphia was held a further hearing yesterday after noon by Magistrate Thomas C Berry of the Third Ward on the charge of stealing an automobile belonging to his wife Yctta Slmms of the 1700 HOLD HEARINGS HERE Announcement has been made that the State Compensation Board rep resenting the Philadelphia district of which this city is a part will sit to day and tomorrow in the hear ing room of police headquarters in City Hall for the purpose of hearing testimony in cases in this locality HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY Br United Press AT HAWTHORNE Square Weather clear track fast AT COXEV ISLAND Tal Precocious Benares Kathryn Wattle Slipper Doris B Like Sweep COMMISSIONERS MEET AT MEDIA j Ask for Bids for Hauling i Voting Machines for the WASHINGTON Aug paid on a graduated scale ranging paid as much for the shorter week j of the American Ncwspaper Publish The County Commissioners in their Dallv newspaper publishers a m nimum of a week in as paid heretofore in event full time crs Association the Inland Press As avcrapc was normnl for the day 76 I llock MtVernon street Philadelphia degrees Thc maximum recorded for Slmms said he had taken the car for the date was 03 in 183rt and the low a tavs trP to vlsit mother In 53 in 1903 Baltimore Md and the warrant on Sunrise today was at 007 a m and i wnch he wns arrested by Sergeant sunset will be at B0f p m Eastern Peterson and Patrolman Stewart had Daylight Saving lime cen sworn out during his absence Daily Newspaper Publishers Submit Code to NRA Officials a cods to the National Rccovi towns of less than 2500 population Administration xvhich was UP to a minimum of S15 a week in of more than 500000 population is worked full time employes would be behalf of dally organizations of publishers weekly meeting at Media yesterday voted to advertise for bids for hauling j voting machines to polling places for scribed by Howard Davis president the primary election September 19 of the American Newspaper Publish Bids will be asked for two sizes of j Rrs Association as supporting in trucks and other bids for supplying tne highest possible degree Presi the men necessary to load and unload dcnt Roosevelts recovery program the heavy machines For each elcc Thc code contained provisions de Uon it Is necessary to haul the i signed to protect the constitutional machines from their storage place in freedom of the press An undcrstand thc county garage at Media to each tng was included stating that the of the nearly 250 polling places in code should not be construed as the county and return them after the authorizing the licensing of publish election ers or as permitting injunction pro j The old question of the covered cecdings which would restain publi i bridge over Crum Creek south of cation of newspapers i Swarthmorc came up for discussion again yesterday Some months ago employment of persons under 16 j acres of fertile j Today brushed aside the court authorized the commls years of age for carrying newspapers j comprises his domain George W heavy brushed aside by sioners to abandon the bridge which i where school attendance is not in t was posted with an appropriate notice tcrfered with Business office and i sociatlon the Southern Newspaper In his letter of transmittal Davis Publishers Association the New Eng statcd that the code was ubmittcd in land Publishers Association and othcr Geo W West Oldest Active Farmer in County 84 Today Relating on the porch of a ram lost them but only last through the j bling but modern farmhouse view ravages of time that is heralded by The code would permit restricted j ing with a complacent air the 05 tho passing of the Dark Angel This code Davis said in his letter of transmittal provides for a short ening of hour for minimum wages higher thnn provided in the blanket agreement for the maintenance of existing contracts nnci the rcscrva CODE HEARINGS ON COAL TODAY Bituminous Industry to Air Grievances Pcnna Mines Reopen SEEK STOLEN AUTO A warning was received over ths teletype last night at local police sta tion that an automobile owned by Dr W B Everhard of 212 Hillside road Harrisburg had been stolen in that city and the State Police ex pressed the belief that the thieves Intended to use it in a stick up job In cither the central or eastern part of the state The car new painted black is equipped with a radio All Information pertaining to the vehicle such as license plates motor and serial numbers hvc been given to tha police throughout the state XI S TREASURY BALANCE Aug The Treasury net balance for August 7 wns Miscellaneous Internal Revenue receipts that day were Customs receipts for the month through August 7 were ATTENDING SCOUT CAMP Scouts Bill Kiotz Jr Bob Paynter and Dick McCay members of St Paul Troop Boy Scouts are enjoying the activities of camp life at Camp Arro hcad Md Scout Klotz is assistant bugler of the camp They are all residents of the Sun Hill section Topics of T3 nies WASHINGTON Aug The bituminous coal industry devas tated by fierce Internal conflict over production and a steadily decreasing The American Brewer says the beer is getting stronger Good Just when everybody feared it was going to die of pernicious anemia Chorus girV now working under NRA code with restrictions on hours Afterhours Koiddteginsr however is not classed as work Thats still a pleasure Just because youre in the red thesa days Is no reason to have the blues market went before the National ReI Notice that Clark Gable had his covery Administration today in nn i appendix removed the effort to reach an agreement would pull it from the mire Twentyseven codes of fair competi tion representing the views of all day out thation const Another bfg Hollywood i opening Movie actress plans to dance cancan in a forthcoming production at that time Yesterday County clerical forces would be limited to Engineer Wright was instructed to 40 hours per week Labor contracts Angkor Big Moment Time Thistle Bee Marsc Chan Low Jack Murphy Johnson Boiled Captain Henry Weather cloudy track slow Like Sweep erect barricades at each end of the j would stand unimpaired under the Strolling bridge and to post a notice to the code Mechanical employes not under effect that the bridge had been con contract would be limited to 40 hours I tern or the use of Injunctions to sup press a newspaper I Thc code is as follows Preamble The association as referred to herein f i shall mean the American Newspaper S closeness of the ones he loves and all daily tion of the constitutional right of n 1 segments of the Individualistic V produ free press which cannot be abridged try were offeredas a basis for hcarf i y Ju an cxP5dlent to by the application of a licensing svsIngs expected to last at least three jller krcp are these demned and is not to be used j a week except thit they might work home life This his birthday adds still material to the literal storehouse memory that Mr West cherishes days Some of the tenseness which has enveloped the coal industry in recent weeks was dispelled by settlement of the Pennsylvania strike But prob lems more basic than even widespread iabor disturbances were involved In the codes One The Weather j members of his family and friends The term newspapers as used i for this rrhSS nf lncludc daily daily Presentation have agreed to take the of j tatlons A few old friends cause his j and Sunday newspapers obvious course and withdraw company risnes HIS i ruegcd face to assume a more serious The term newsnnrwr nuhlishlnp iminn from thfir The term newspaper publishing years nestling 1 aspect as a something come out of j as used herein Is defined to mean the than 435 a week j materialized within these four walls Continued on Page Seven I Business office employes would be It was here that he made friends and i Continued on Thirteen Continued on Last Page union proposals from their codes This was done last week in the steel hear ings and Administrator Hugh S Johnson has made it clear that he will permit none of the codes to con tain anything might be inter preted as qualifying the recovery act Continued on Seven WASHINGTON Ait Thc weather Penn sylvania Fair slightly cooler in southeast portion tonijnf Thursday partly cloudy sinwly rising temper ature In north portion Western Pennsylvania Fair to night Thursday partly cloudy fol lowed by showers In west portion Slightly warmer in northwest portion TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m70 11 a m a m 72 Noon 78 8 a m 74 1 p in 79 9 a m 74 2 p m 80 10 a m71
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