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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - August 17, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              Wi DO FAIN FINAL EDITION it if With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TJI 17673 Dall Leased Wire Reports of United PICKS UP and International News Service INSi CHESTER PA THURSDAY AUGUvST 17 EIGHTEEN PACKS HAVANA AS RIFLE FIRE MARS CALM House Besieged by Soldiers Where Members of the Porra Were Hid Two Policemen 2 Troopers Felled Many Remain on Strike THE DOCTOR HAVANA Aug gun and rifle lire broke Havanas postrevolution calm today when po lice and a battalion of soldiers be sieged a house in the San Francisco suburb from which Machudistas be lieved to be members of the Porra shot two policemen and two soldiers j The soldiers rushed the house and found Police Lieutenant Juan Valle i Miguel Colina two women and a list of students apparently marked for killing under the Machado regime The members of the Porra were be lieved to have escaped over rooftops although a machine gun had been fired from the house was found As soon as they left a crowd en tered looted the house and burned some of its furniture in the street outside The siege began soon after mid PR ICE TWO CENTS APPROVAL OF OIL STATE HIGHWAY CODE IS SEEN EMPLOYE VICTIM RECOVERY CHIEF OF FATAL CRASH President Roosevelt As sumes Leadership in Bringing Them Into Line Price Control Board Fav ored to Guard Against Profiteering WASHINGTON Aug iUP Department Motor Truck Struck by Electric Train at Darlington Station One Car of the Train Derailed TTVO Members of Crew Injured The railroad crossing fit the Dili TRUCK DRIVER KILLED oil code in Hilton sialion of the Pennsylvania it by the R R on the Octorwro branch be Secretary tween West Chester and Philadelphia Approval today of he eluding full agreement to industry was forecast by of Interior Ickes and General Hugh took its toll of another human life S Johnson recovery administrator Vfsteil5lJ afternoon when at 507 p after a conference Roosevelt Roosevelt swung into with President m a passenger iram crashed a 5ton State Highway Depurt mcnl ie driver and action an hour earlier than usual today in a j the heavy chassis and motor determined effort to whin into shape llc vohlclc down the track codes for major Industries before he j Kelore to a stop This makes Dr William J Mayo turned surgeon departs Saturday night for the sum lC klle1tl of Rochester Minn shown ieturninjr White House at Hyde Park N Y 1 injured at this III 1113111 Tllllll 3J1UM 11 ml JAt1431 1 I A f tl i to 11 lntc i o i M 1 I IT from a vacation in Europe says there j Prepared to devote the remainder are too many specialists and not of the week to details of his recovery rnnufrh of the oldtime general pracj Program the President first sum Thc victim yesterday was Alvin P Davis 25 of Florida Park near New mioncrsbein developed In the moncd Genera Huh S Johnson rei ISMuTchifrfcf iKf ofMu4 ieal profession I covery administralor and Secreovy i the Interior Ickes public works night at the corner of the avenues D A T I A FH I C San Francisco and Jesus Del Monte After lwn nnrl twn sol 1 L ll IN DELAWARE COUNTY NAMED After two policemen and two dicrs had been wounded by fire from the barricaded house a battalion of soldiers was called and officers planned to bring up small field pieces and break in the front wall A crowd tried to lynch Victor Ava los a member of the Porrista when he was recognized on the Vprado Soldiers made a rescue by arresting him Manuela Marhn alias Mango Ma cha a Negro woman belonging to the womans branch of the Porra Ma chados secret servicegunman body was taken to the Principe fortress j Captain Jose Larrubia haled former military supervisor at San tiago who reported himself to army authorities at Santiago Tuesday was brought to the capital and under arrest placed in the Cabanas fort ress Alfonso Fors former chief of secret police and Santiago Trujillo former chief of judicial police were imprisoned also Stevedores at Santiago returned to work and stevedoes here were due to give their answer today to an ofler of a day instead of with double pay for night work for 30 days while a new agreement is drawn up The stevedores and other workers whose J f II While a was said that they were the it was learned ll the Personnel is Announced by the County Chamber of Commerce Continued on Last STEVENSON POST MEETING CLOSED ONE eflorls to conclude the oil code this week Concerning reports that the Presi dent was prepared to Issue a state ment urging in the strongest possible loncs agreement and adoption of a code for the steel industry the White House today was not prepared to say what action could be anticipated Johnson indicated he was confi dent that disposition of the oil prob lem would be followed soon by de velopments in the steel and coal dis putes code would include I price fixing A R Granger General of Mens Division Mrs T J H Phillips Heads Women The personnel of the NRA army of ficers of Delaware county was an nounced this morning by the Dela ware County Chamber of Commerce Albert R Granger president of the the revised a provision oil on The President assumed leadership in efforts to overcome steel code dif ficulties at a conference yesterday with Myron Taylor and Charles M Schwab chairman of the boards of the United States Steel and Bethlc Philadelphla were given a summary examination in the railroad station by Dr Ralph E Bell of Media and later taken to Wawiu station to continue their journey by another train I Davis had just pulled out of the i gravel pits a few hundred yards away and was driving across the tracks toward West Chester The electric train speeding down grade around a sharp bend could not be stopped i in time to avoid collision with the i truck The force of the impact was sufficient to smash in the front of the steel train hurling the engineer backward and to the iloor away from the controls Under normal condi tions as soon as the controls arc dropped by the operator the train automatically stops but In this case it was conjectured the damage done to the train threw the mechanism out of order and it was not until Harley hnd regained his feet and applied by Prlco s on an electric express ruin liailly shaken and lmisid last nlclil when llutrain hit a moto Albert Davis 2 Florida near Niwtown Siuan was Instantly klllid trucli at Ihirlinglim station Driver Ihotn shows ilfiiiidislurd truck under Irtilu afler it luul T W TRAINER NOT A CANDIDATE FOR SHRIEVALTY For mill Announcement of Withdrawal From Con lest Made Today Former Mayor Gives Plain Reason for Action Urges Support of Gen Price li BOY IS DROWNED BODY RECOVERED NRA CORRECTION ON NlOWSPAPttR CODE Chambers was named general of the staff and Mrs John J H Phillips president of the Delaware County Federation of Womens Clubs was named general of the womans divi sion Charles R Long vice president of the Chamber of Commerce and pub lisher and editor of the Chester Times was chosen a lieutenantgen eral in charge of the publicity divij sion and the other lieutenantgeneral A misunderstanding over the meetj named was Attorney William Taylor ing to be held tomorrow night in the i charge of administration home of Sergeant Alfred Stevenson j Majorgenerals named in the van Post American Legion at which time j ous districts are Major General William G Price Jr I Marcus Hook Trainer Upper and Other steel magnates were to con tinue conferences with recovery of ficials today Failure of the steel in dustry to agree with administration Continued on Last 1age to WASHINGTON Aug revised modification of the Presidents re employmiMit agreement for daily newspapers was lional Recovery Ailmlnistration correct an omission in he uunccmcnt approved TiicNduy niRht by IIugh 5 Johnson Recovery Administrator Tin section erroneously omitted A nineyearold hoy who j lllc olic which would mianuUei was later identified by his father as freedom of the press This section Benjamin Kennedy of ItilO West JPIKEKIWANIS FETES KIDDIES Falls From Rock Near DCS ho nt Park Into Chester River Pivrfi cipalc in Merry Outing af Westlown School Third street was drowned Chester River near tu big in the rock in One hundred nntl fifty lioys and irls from various boroughs and lown Tii submlUini or subscribing to I shlpti In Chester pike aren whose llsis code the publishers Ship Creek Woods west of DcshongI Hereby agree to accept or TJ S TICEASUKY 5AIANCIC officials on collective bargaining pro WASHINGTON Aug visions of the Recovery Act was the Tlle treasury net balance for point at issue The same issue has blocked agree ment on the coal code Large non Continued on Last Page THREE INQUESTS ARE CONDUCTED 15 was Sl2527aa01080 August MLscclkui Park The had boy who with a fishing at hi companion do not comply eous internal revenue receipts that day were 8230940274 Customs re with uny nthcr requirements those herein contained or waive any right to object to the Imposition of sharply Kddrcsscd by i It j further or dilTcrem was reported and frightened lost his i waive any coiiititutlomil rights or balance slipped from the rock and I consent lo the imposition of any re opporlunities for extensive vacation joys this summer have been very limited were iuesli of the Chester Pike Klviinis Club ut in outing at Suhooi yesterduy formal announcement today by T Trainer former Mayor and for four years Director of Public Safety of his withdrawal as an in dependent Republican candidate fcr the oltice of Sheriff came as a com plete surprise to his friends in this city and throughout Delaware county Following closely upon his filing pa pers Mr Trainers withdrawal from the nice for the nomination is the general subject for political conver sation He hud a well balanced or liunlxcd committee and had the as surance of support of many voters Ihrouchoui the county with the re sult that indications pointed toward him singing a strong battle Mr Trainer in a statement ap pearing on the third page of todays Issue ol the Times sets forth the rea sons for his action His principal ex planation is thiil the Independent Republicans have been drifting lacking practical leadership and because of the competition he does not feel that he should further nslc he support of his friends under such clrcumstanccs He predicts the Independent vote will be so divided Unit it will be impassible for any Kioup to nominate a candidate He urges his hundreds of friends In the county to join with him in the candidacy of Major General William G Price Jr retired head of the Pennsylvania National Guard for the ollice When he deckled to be a candidate for the shrievalty Mr Trainer quickly formed mi active campaign commi ee the secretary of which was W u Hammond a young Chester attor With the coopcratlou of Mr and his campaign commit accomplished ice Mr Hammond vast amount of work in Chester and tlirouyhout Delaware county nny strong friendships and gaining siirunces oj uctlvo support at ths m assiirunces disappeared beneath the ceipts for the month through Augustlhc rivcr ThP othcr summoned 15 were a park guard who sent in u call for the rescue squad of the Franklin Fire CARS COLLIDE 2 PERSONS HURT surface of thai might restrict or in terfere with the constllulionul guar antee of the freedom of the press Company The crew hastened to Iliu scene and with a light bout and grappling irons began the tusk of searching for the j body Meanwhile the boys companion I had become frightened and disap peared in the crowd which quickly i gathered before I he guards mid lire 2702 PETITIONS PLACED ON FILE i r rmi i J r lil m fciun U1 ililll 111 1 4r was announced as a speaker was exj Lower Chichcsler William H Hea UllVCr Of Truck Figuring Operator Ol One could obtain any information O II 11 I y plained today by Dixie D Dryden cock president Marcus Hook Chnni post commander He declared The invitation to General Price was given without authority by a member who overlooked the fact that the meeting at the post home on Friday evening was to be a closed one and not a meeting of the Ste venson Post which meets on the second Thursday of each month Ma jor General Price is a member in needs no invitation to attend the reg ular sessions of that body to which he is always welcome ber of Qommerce Chester Upland Eddystone Ralph Continued on Last Page TICKET FORMED The Prohibition Party of Delaware County has filed petitions to have the j names of the following candidates 1 printed on the Primary Ballot The constitution of the American Legion states that that organization must be nonpolitical and due to General Pricebeing a candidate for public office makes the unfortunate publicity obtained in the article to quarter Darby The be deeply regretted The meeting in question will be that of the Delaware County Com mittee of the American Legion and i uc a proconvention caucus will be held of the delegates and alternates rep resenting the posts in the Eighth Dis Sheriff Benjamin F Moore Pros pect Park director of poor Annie E Richards Upper Darby prothonotary Joseph P Palmer Lansdowne con troller Mabel D Pennock Lans downe jury commissioner David T Christy Chester clerk of court of in Fatal Accident Held for Manslaughter A coroners jury deliberating for 35 minutes yesterday afternoon at an inquest to determine responsibility for the death of Malinda Sharp Negro returned a verdict of man slaughter against John Cox 24 of Bill Haven Va and Monroe Green of Preston Md Coroner J E Scheehle held both for court and they were taken to the county jail to await the convening of the Grand Jury The inquest was the third of the afternoon Coroner Scheehle holding court for over three hours In the other cases Tillie Walker Negro wasSCHNA DER from him After a period of jrap during which the irons were badly Uncled and damaged by con J tact with thu refuse on the bottom j of the stream the boys body was Two persons a man and a boy were pulmotor Skull Fracture Driver of Other Vehicle Arrested injured one seriously and a truck and I squad wagon on the rescue into scrvlcifin a passenger car were badly damaged i the hope of resuscitating the boy but Commissioners1 Office Force Compelled to Work Overtime More overtime hours were spent by Chief Clerk Frank Paxon and his i asjilstanls In the odlce of the county commissioners at Media lasl night More than one hundred Riownups 4 r membiii and friends of the club MAY RETURNITALYS to see the am and to help Ql v entertain the young people PLANE VISI The children withered at the Boon avfimc school at and were con veyed to the school in larne motor trucks arriving oclock shortly alter otu linmediiUely upon nrriviil n pro Kram ol ipoit for the children was carried out The winners of the var ious events follow Shou race hoys Leonard Illbbcrt Norwomt shoe nice yirls Dolores Kay Crlenolden race Jack Wilson Ridley clothespin race lilrlii Dorothy Bnlley Prospect Park clothespin race boys James Shiiron Hill peimut race Prospect Park Kmily RlKby in a collision at Seventh and Flower i t was soon tvidcnt that he was husorting out and nilng the 2702 pptl streets shortly before noon today onti aid was j lions of candidates for places on the The injured arc William Holcroft LllR truck and trnnsporled 35 of Seventh and Engle streets who i to Ule of E P White at Third isvjn the Chester Hospital in a serious 1 nllci Nonis streets to await hlcnllfica After t tainnient n ptiifnrmr M n f condition with n possible skull frac tlon Condniied on list lure and body injuries Henrv Gruccla 13 of 504 Wilson street who was a passenger in Holcrofts car Continued on Five Burgess trict at the Department Convention in Philadelphia next week A short business session of the County Com mittee will be held with the chair man George I Boyd presiding The meeting will then be turned over to District Commander Paul B Dague who will be in charge of the cau cus General Price today was apprised of the nature of the meeting and smilingly agreed that he was an unj Sowler of Allen willing party to an unfortunate Heights was badly mixup sessions Harry Mushling j held without bail on a murder clittrge t growing out of the death of Herbert Borough ticket will t Day Negro of 120 East Thirlcenlh street Casper Pennock school An accidental verdict was brought in by the jury in connection with the death of Lulu Doyle victim of fatal burning while occupying a cell in the Chester police station W Conard council Samuel S Pen nock Ellsworth E Jackson Andrew H Dill and Joseph P Palmer auditor collector j me Sharp case included consider able technicalities of driving laws OVPRTl DRIVER IS INJURED Continued on rage ITive BANK KOBIIKR SLAIN STARBUCK Minn Aug from the First National At his accustomed supper hour the little victim was missed by members of his faaiily and inquiry of neighbors and the authorities soon revealed the story of the drowning and tin father made his way to the morgue and established Identity of Ills sous body ON HOME LOAN BONDS i FEDERA L AGENTS a seleeI Afoert H Eastwood and lion in the primary of September H I between Nathan B Pccliln of Rad nor township who Is county chair man and James Mellride of Ridley township for the odlce of shcrllf There were two petitions Tiled by Democrats for clerk of courts one for William O Klgenfritx of Yeadon and the other by Joseph C Dough erty of Haverford township DoiiKh HARRISBURG Aug Attorney General William A Schna dcr ruled today that banks operating BUSY IN UP DARBY The Federal Grand Jury investiga tion is delving deep into Upper Darby without restrictions ma y purchase politics it was indicated yesterday bonds of the Home Owners Loan j Corporation as investments and may j inline accept them in excnange for today to testify before federal ngcnts rrnornd 1 ne11 t n i gages on real estate j Although the jury recessed When operating under restrictions j ngenls arc busy taking statements however banks may not purchase j from volunteer and Mibpenand wil 1 PARTLY CLOUDY WARMER TODAY At 645 oclock last evening John K the FhSt NatiOIlaI Bank i shot to death today and the face when the truck he was driving Lvas rccovcrec A vmVtlifni turned over in the middle of the Jon cscancd A comPan Baltimore pike on the steep hill south I dolph Hanson restiuranr of Black Horse Tavern No reason j Billed the robber rCJtaUrant could be given for the accident as no other cars were near at the time j Glass was broken and damage done to the body of the machine and VISIT WASHINGTON Aug President Rooiavelt may send a fleet of Americas truck seaplanesacross the Atlantic to Italy to return the recent goodwill flight of theltaliah air armndn to this country it was learned today The President It wnsrevcalcd inU mated his intention to do so to Gei eral Halo Balbo leader of he Italian vf JVhen lhc nUor at the White House during their visit After congratulating Btilbo on the rent acomplished by Italys aerial armada the president said he hopcl it would not be long before American service return Ihe visit DISAPPEARS Mrs Mary Mattred 1121 West Sec ond street today appealed to pollen to nd in locating her husband Joseph who disappeared from home 1 he womail told police he had threat cued to go way and that she would never see him again She believes hi Is with relatives either at West II10 STRUCK OFFICER I Chwtcl or New York City A flat denial that he struck a mem her of the State Highway Motor Pa trol is made by Rev William 1 Fink of Lima who was held y Magistrate crty yesterduy authorized the with drawal of his name Two Democratic candidates filed j f assault iind battery nnrt resrsthiB Fred T Cooper it Media oncharges on PcnncJl road Lltmi Tuesday eve1 widllnn Wish Mr Fink was held under thing abo chut lo Mothers Partly cloudy and warmer today with local showers and thunderi o tile bodv of tllc machine and storms tonight and tomorrow is the Bowler suffered lacerations of the forecast for Eastern Pennsylvanip chin and cheek all deep cuts such bonds as investments with old nesses Mr Pepper is superintendent bank robber with Toot i funds them withloftheMediaCourthouse the First NMinn i I sFcSattvd lf classittcd as At his home last night Mr Pepper vhich would that he A shotgun fired byRu fS owner Building and loan associations are of i not authorized to purchase such i revealed yesterday a Delaware iawaro county bonds as investments but may accept i county resident who had been tfucs them in exchange for mortgages in j tioncd by William B Dunigan and cases in which it appears that to do i Myron M Caffey special ngents I nssels bl1 tncy may accept said he knew of nothing vhic rnnin I them in cxclwnBc mortgages in concern the investigation but w RiT cases wnerc theV would otherwise was willing to be iuestioned Captain Norman C MacBsan chief iBoin1s of Trustees today inel Springfield township police Rlisnbclh Keating for county contrnller Albert J Crawj nrrest The eharges were made by fore of Clifton Heights and Stcwiirt J Delaiiey who arrested the minister P Clark of Upper Providence Jrimcs F Gallagher of Ridley Park Is the solr Democrat lilixl foijijlil for court prolhonotary j Then are seven Democratic seek rrs for the pot of jury from n church service and were walk Thcy include James V Gallagher of iilonjf Fennel mad when the oftl jeer on a motorcycle passed very close to I railed lo him Walch how you are driving Tinolllccr stopped hack nnd placed mo uiuler ir tvistinf my mms o that 1 was Topiics of Times General Johnson has approved the newspaper type of code No doubt he llkcs our type In conversiitlon yesterchiy Mr said My wife and 1 had come Clililimicd on Last WOMAN NAMIf Mac a Times we could say about ours says J P HARR1SBURG PA Aujf forced to the ground Reappointments by Governor Pini The minister denied that he struck Asistnnce Fund IX1 Dflaiicv Now lhat things are better we be lieve our message that We wish to CUBA little better island has been appreciated The general provisions of the re covery act which interest John Q Citizen most arc the ones he hopes it will put in his stomach In where a county hasnt New Jersey Delaware and Maryland Inflicted by glass Sowler was taken The high temperature here yestcr to tnc Media Hcwpital by a friend day was 83 degrees at 1150 p m and and afttr receiving treatment was the low 69 at 6 a m The average Permitted to go to his home was 76 one more than normal High for the date was 95 degrees in 1888 and low 56 in 1830 Sunrise today was at 614 a rn and sunset will be at 755 p m East ern DaylightSaving time AND PAYROLLS UP 7 PC so will prevent a loss Powers of asj I couldnt tell hern said sociations are not affected nvrn Caplain MacHean but they tolr rsie though operating under orders of in lot I couldnt tell them segregation anything they didnt know already HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY fKv United Press GRAINS SHOOT UP AFTER OPENING CHICAGO Aug f UP grain market made a sudden about fnce today and si shortly after the Encouragement Expressed j by President Over Trend in Industries WASHINGTON Aug ment in manufacturing industries RECOVERY ACT IS EXPLAINED NORWOOD CORPS IN TITLE TEST 600 SLAIN IN KURD MASSACRE Mr Fink Is Cl years of age he said f nni find Is atiliclcd withrheumatism He fOp lhVv lhlnp gom is represented in the matter by ney Howard Kirk FOR CITY i vl I 1 Tf this country moves too fast and far some victims of the depression tare going to find It mighty lard to swing back into their old jobs of dodging work Seven men apire to councilmanlc ing AT CONEY ISLAND DELEGATE TO CONFERENCE President Roosevelt expressed en couragemcnt ovcr this trend of em ployment and wages especially when Most Powerful Piece of Crack Unit to legislation Ever Enj acted Kiwanians Told t During Convention j berths in this ciiy and stn rnuul nlimi a in America were ritaill Protests Against nctlllnnr lo have Iheir names Destroyed their s placed on the ballot for directors On JL all vvnat do golfcrj Outrage On School Hoard it became known ith a housc Assyrians Members of the Senior Epworth lt is considered this is the time i League of Madison Street Methodistyear for seasonal declines The National Recovery Act was On Friday niRht August 23 thou characlcrized as one of the most rands will gather at Shibe Park the LONDON AUK Daily Her ald reported today that more than Compete at Shibc Iraq within two miii of army camp The kDliriKS were attributed he commander of Iraq troops in lcr CraiR and of whom others who filed petitions to try Gtorge Ji cover too much too soon reelcci Caxing intently an Iraq j upon a bevy honest ot 1510 West Tenth street Arthur j Anderson 107 Klkinton est pieces of legislation ever enacted i by R Harland Horton executive di rector of a Philadelphia business as convention sociation who spoke yesterday at Assyrian prisoner to be Time t Root Morning Fair Lipht industries was 219 Echo Thirty Days Transform isylvania District Conference at ccnt abovc that for July 1032 Betty Rcjoirc legeville Anna Singleton who has i and thc Payroll total was 285 per 3iiss Mary lnu Spill been active for a number of years in I ccnt ovcr sociation who spoke yesterday at j Bands bugJc corps and drill teams 1 jtllc department of the local church Thc chanses in cmpioyment and j the weekly niceling of the Khvani will compete for the state champion Herald said Nolic The conference which is in session payrolls wnre based on reports sup Club held in the Y W C A builds shin of the Pennsylvania American I nuchliRatcd by iat Ursinus College is being attended by 18090 establishments in 80 j Ing Seventh and Sproul streets Legion in addition to the rash and 1 Nations Last by delegates from all churches in the thc Principal manufacturing in Mr Horton said that it was the i trophy prizes which are awarded to Philadelphia district brevity of the law which made it these outfits in the several classes j These establishments reported j flexible to an unusual degree so that j These corps coming from all parts SPECIAL LICENSE NUMBERS j 3023831 employes on their payrolls Its interpretation could be generally of Pennsylvania will march on the u i i July whose combined weekly earn fitted to the nations industries The field to vie for he championrhm HAKKiJsBUKCj Aug 1 mgs were S54553744 speaker gave a complete resume of Jviotonsts wno want special automo These figures Northern Iiin who vis stitl ui nv r IU IKinton avenue I Patronage Is nn evil but the Re Kurds nuaefe iho i ECVCnth aUl Pollcrj publicans cannoi seem to realize it isirms except when the Democrats are in Ihose seeking the Republican notn power and the Democrats cannot seem of crful pieces of legislation ever en home of tlip Philadelphia Athletics t acted by a Congress of the United i Twentyfirst street and Iehiih avej as lllc vcrc returning from French ulyleve of employment in States and one of the briefi p the Philadelphia American Legion j nUcgcd to have caused fourteen Lewis M Hunt nW Thfni A tctrl in in t I VI J I 111 11 fi Lad Sharon 7 Claiule C Long John tempt Weather clear track fast AT HAWTHORNE 1 Buck Sumner 2 None 3 Try Kinsr Bert Lahr Polas Fa 5 None None 7 None R Anita Ormonf Evclinr F Weather cloudy track good summarily sired Lcroy Peterson 1028 West I Ninth street Samuel A Curry 18 the aflair would j Kast Twentysecond street Lewis C thc League of j Lawlon lOrt Kan Twentythird street i Harry A Hynes 114 Kist Nineteenth More than 100 persons were re ported killed early this month in I Mrncl warfare between the Iraq j mclNKS POISON The Weather bile license numbers must have their written applications inthe Executive showed increases of 221120 in employes and in wages ovcr June when 17952 cstab offices before September 15 Governor j lishments made reports GifTord Pinchot announced today The Governor said the date Is ab solute and final tmd that requests received after that time will receive no consideration whatever Thc bureau said reports received from these coopsratins establish the history of the financial depression and its further aggravation by cut ting into industry and laying oft workers The speaker only recently returned from Europe said The UnUnd U WASHINGTON j street and Raymond H Diamcnt Weather forecast Eastern 1ennsylvania New Jersey t Partly cloudy probably local showers tonight and Friday not much Howard WHUa two years old of ki A I rrOOAoty in nlinuarn ihowcrs tonifilit and Friday not ninth lir in temperature 50 States not many friends in Ku Continued on Last Continued on Last and Unfontown Post No 51 The Class B Corps will include such corps as the Post No 350 Continued on Last 1acc burning bodies nf Iraq soldiers killed of cleaning fluid while playing in the t in border fighting LONDON Aug 17 j kitchen of his home yesterday His mother Mrs Pearl Williams rushed Prime the child tn the hospital where a stomach pump was used to remove TODAYS TEMPERATURES Continued on Lasl Page I the poison 6 a m 7 y m 8 a m 9 a m 10 a m 66 tl a m 66 Noon 67 1 p m 68 2 p m 70 74 74 74   

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