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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - August 18, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              Wl FINAL EDITION With All Latent tad Best Newt of tke Da 57TH 17674 Dally Leased Wire Reports of United UP and International News Service INS CHESTER PA FRIDAY AUGUST 18 EIGHTEEN PAGES PRICE TWO CENTS OIL CODE TO BE PROMULGATED BY PRESIDENT TODAY JJarons Given Time to File COUNTYr IN HANKS OF THE NRA ARMY The county of Delaware has offi cially joined the ranks of member ship in NRA County Commissioners Charles H C Edwin Hunter and James F Desmond have signed the NRA entitling the courthouse the right Objections Johnson IS o display the blue eagle emblem Counties and municipalities are not included in the NRA codes but he commissioners have signed the agreement lo show Iheir approval of the movement sues Ultimatum Coal Men Ordered to Agree on Single Code by Satur day Night WASHINGTON Aug President Roosevelt expected to promulgate an oil code late today under which he will regulate prices and production in an effort to end the cuithroal competition and ex cess output which have demoralized Ihe petroleum industry for years Industry leaders were given until early today to fils questions to the code which was revised by the ad ministration after weeks of negotiation failed to bring agreement The new code was laid before them late yes terday by Recovery Administrator Hugh S Johnson Johnson promised to consider any objections which might be filed but there was every indication that the code would be put into effect as drafted Mr Rosevelt already has given the compact tentative approval Johnson planned to submit it to the President this afternoon for final CUBA NEW DEAL STARTS TODAY AS CABINET MEETS 36HRWEEK AT SUN OIL PLANT WAGES BOOSTED Workers Will Get Same Wages as They Did for 41 and 18 Hours Refinery on FourShift Basis Several Hundred New Employes Members Together Begin Program to Chile and Mexico Formally Recognize Govern ment DeCespedcs HAVANA Aug 18 dent Carlos Manuel called his cabinet together for its first official session today planning prompt aclion to slart Cubas new The Sun Oil Company through its I vicepresident in charge of refining Arthur E Pesv Jr announced the j companys policy on wages and work I ing hours as applied to the Marcus p 11 HOOK Refinery at a meeting of re finery employes called by Mr Pew yesterday afternoon Approximately 1800 men attended the meeting The policy as announced by Mr Pew stated that a 36hour week would be immediately placed in cftect and all divisions of the refining depart ment would be on a 36hour week not later than August 23 In regard lo wages Mr Pew statec that the wage provisions of the Oil Code recenlly approved as part of the Presidents reemployment agree ment called for a minimum wage oi 52 cents per hour and provided fur ther that the differential between rates for skilled jobs and the 52 cent minimum for common labor must not signature It will weeks later take effect two deal J ww Mr Pew stated that inasmucl As a preliminary the new president as the company had not reduced the The President for a test period of 90 days will fix the base wholesale price of gasoline The code decrees that the minimum per barrel price of crude oil shall be 185 times the gasoline price prescribed by the President The price to beset by Mr Roose velt has not yet been determined but experts believed it would be such as to cause an increase of aboiit 20 per cent in crude prices No immediale increase in gasoline prices was ex pected The ratio of 185 was chosen be cause it represented the average tionship between crude oil and gaso line prices from 1928 to 1932 At the end of the 90day period thc Presi dent may adjust this formula 1 The Presidents decision to fix prices ended a long deadlock between titans of the oil industry A large section of the industry had insisted from thc first that price regulation was imperative On the other side was a powerful group headed by Wal ter Teagle chairman of the Standard Oil Company of New Jersey and head of the NRAindustrial advisory board Tcagles faction at first had the sup port of Johnson The administrator conferred with Sunnier Welles Amer ican Ambassador and had a series of talks with individual cabinet min isters Following Welles announcement that he had instructions to establish official relations with the new govern ment Edwards Bello Chilean charge daffaires announced he would notify De Cespedcs of Chiles recognition and Mexican Charge DAftaires Reyes Spindola said that Mexico automati cally recognized the government when it took office The directorate EUROPE LEAVES SPEEDY UNCLE SAM BEHIND of the students organization notified the government that 1C would have the students support provided it dis solved the present congress At Santiago 1000 demonstrating students demanded that deposed refinery wages since 1929 nor reducec working hours or men in the refinery the weekly pay of these men wa greatly in excess of that required by the NRA oil codp Continuing the policy of high wages Mr Pew slated that the com pany had decided to readjust hourly rates at the Marcus Hook refinery so that the refinery workers would re ceive for the 36hour week the same wages as they have been receiving for the 44 and 48hour week This j means hourly wage increases of from powerful 122 to 32 per cent STABBING ENDS FIGHT BETWEEN HOTELPARTNERS Scissors Used as Weapon Just Miss Severing1 Park side Mans Jugular ein Victim in Serious Condi tion Alleged Assailant at Media Slabbed three timus during a nwr rell with his former business partner Elmer liwin 40 of 30 West Cheltcn loiu Paiksidc is in a critical condi tion in the Chester Hospital and not 21 NEWSPAPER BOYSLEAVEFOR CHICAGOS FAIR Happy Chester Times Croup Rewarded Circulation Work for City and County Points Represented in Group Hack Next Week This morning twenlyone happy newsoaoer boys assembled at Chester Times building on East Eighth street Each boys face was wreathed In sanies and the reason behind this happiness was that the boys were expected to live He Is suffering from nbout toeuLrnlu for Chicago and stub wounds in the IhroaL near the Century of Progress JuRiilur vein chest nnd chin The recent exploit of Hie Italian liner Hex in sullini u record of four days Ill hours 58 nilnutrs for u transat lantic crossing inspires the Is Americi slowing up Two oilier coveted records ruw hold nlirnml Lieutenant Francisco Agclla ton holds Hie seapliuie speed hnnors for Italy by virtue of his 42377 miles 1111 hour at Dcscnzanu Italy last April ami Captain Malcolm Campbell lower holiisn like honor for Croat Urltaln in the automobile field He ilrove his Kluebinl racing car at a speed of 212 miles an liour at Oayliina Krurli Ila last Ilbruury The man accused of the subbing James M Woolford 05 owner of the Tourist Hotel Ninth nnd Simpson streets Kddyslone wns located in the Taylor Hospital Ridley Park several hours alter the slabbing Hospital nltnchcs suy that there were no vls nble injuries and tlint the man ap parently WHS suffering from a nervous shock Woolford lied from the scene of the stubbing In his automobile He wus placed under arrest at the hospital by Assistant County Detec tive Hay Kaplan who Is svorklng on tin case with the Eddyslone borough police Late Oils morning he left the lios pllul in custody of Chief Michael Orissoll of Kddystone nnd was taken Early in June the Chester announced to each newspaper boy in Chester and Delaware County that a four day allexpense tour of the Worlds Fair would be theirs for a specified number of new six months subscriptions The announcement was received with enthusiasm and the boys started to work Immediately Todays happy group is the result of this carrier contest The trip to Chicago and return will be made over the Baltimore and Ohio railroad A special alrcondi lloned reclining seat car will be on the Port Pitt Limited for their ex clusive occupancy This type of equipment is an Innovation in trans portation and insures comfort on ths entire Journey to Media for questioning In I he DlsA signal honor has been accorded tiict Attorneys office Later he will Itne Chester Times newspaper lie arraigned before Magistrate making this trip by the O rail kctt In Eddystonc 10iciTc car which they will oc Continued on Page Eleven MACHADO MAY LIVE IN PHILADELPHIA Gerardo Machado deposed Presi dent of Cuba will try to join the re fugee members of his family in Phil adelphia and make that city his per manent home This was made known today after General Machado had made his fourth telephone call from Nassau Bahama Islands to the Hotel Penn sylvania in West Philadelphia where his wife and other members of his family have taken refuge under po Inasmuch as oil refineries operate on a 24hour basis the refinery is placed on a fourshift basis result ing in additional employment of several hundred men all of whom have been placed on the payroll In YACHT GROUNDED OFF NEW CASTLE MANY SEEK SEATS IN CITY COUNCIL President Gerardo Machado be held the mechanical and construction de responsible for the murder of the student Mello assassinated in Mexico City apparently by Porrista gunmen The labor situation continued to cause the government anxiety Sec retary of Treasury Joaquin Martinez Saenz appealed to port employers to accede to the dock workers demands for union recognition They refused partments additions amounting to approximately 300 men are required The Sun Oil Company set a stand ard for the industry during the de pression by maintaining a complete payroll in all refining departments with no change in working hours or rates of pay In addition the com pany actively continued its construc Six men have filed petitions for the Democratic nomination for council in this city and six men nnd two women arc seeking Democratic nominations for places on Ihc local school board The school director candidates are Paul B Berry 110 East Fourteenth street P Lee Sparks 1126 Butler street George Staus 114 West Twentythird street Michael S Hops BULLET HALTS SUSPECTS DASH The stubbing took place in the lobby of the hotel nt Kddyslone Two men passing the place heard irwlns cries looked In and saw the pair striifjKlliifr As Ihoy entered Woolford mndn his exit Meantime Irwtn was rushed lo the Chester Hospital In a private au tomobile Irwin and Woolford were Continued on Seventeen but continued for another day their tion program amounting to several offer to increase wages There was opposition to the calling of an early election as it is feared that politicians of the old school would emerge as leaders To defer the election until November 1934 as the ABC organization insists would be to give the younger leaders a chance lo take their places in gov ernment Sporadic Instances of violence con tinued Sergeant Ricardo Herrera chauffeur to former Secretary of Wai Alberto Herrera was killed by un known men in front of the Central Police Station lice guard Immediately after the call Jose Emilio Obrcgon a soninlaw of the Machados who has been acting as spokesman for the party delegated Daniel Crawford Jr manager of the hotel to find an estate for them in the main line section of the citys sub urbs After requesting his family lo re main here and advising his wife Senora Elvira Machado that she was million dollars per year and in this way kept additional men at work Today the plants operated by this company are considered among the finest in the oil industry beside being among the largest in the country The Marcus Hook plant alone em ploys several thousand men In the refining and construction depart ments in addition to which many men and women are necessary to carry out the executive details pertaining lo the operation of the refinery Long noted for its corisideration of em ployes the Sun Oil Company and its subsidiaries have set a high standard Morion Man and Guests Taken Off Craft Woman Saved From Drowning After grounding on a jetty off New Castle Del the 60foot cabin cruiser RomaIIIowned by Milton C Jack 232 street Florence Gal son was abandoned early today t 1 i i i nvjuv i Philadelphia Norfolk Steamship Qlld wminm E Smith 400 Flower Co lives at 227 Valley road Menon The craft grounded about 9 oclock last night and when it listed with the tide Mrs Albert Sears Ardmore slipped oft the deck into the water Campbell 1154 Keystone place and was rescued by her husband who grasped her hand while holding onto a rail Other passengers aboard included Mr and Mrs James Foster Mr and Mrs J C Hlggins Mr and Mrs Wil liam Smith and Mr and Mrs C A Brown The crew comprised Captain G W McCoy Norfolk and Earlie Abbott Essington engineer Thc Roma left the Essington Yacht street Aspiring to council are Emanuel T Rhinchart 1119 Parker street C E Riddell 325 Wesl Mowry street John J Stetscr 1602 Upland street John J Buckley Jr 809 Glen terrace Mat thew Margoline 1000 West Third street and Arthur D Anderson 107 Elkinton avenue Ampara Gonzalez of the secret po of wages and working hours among lice charged with the assassination j representative companies of the in Club early in the evening eight years ago of Armando Andres dustry director of the newspaper El Dia was shot and killed by soldiers NEW YORK Aug UP Weeping bitterly Senora Cell S De Averhoff wife of the ousted treas urer of Cuba who is now with Ger ardo Machado at Nassau arrived to day on the Santa Ana WRECK MAY BE PART OF AMUNDSEN PLANE OSLO Germany Aug Government investigation was or dered today of unconfirmed reports safe in her present refuge General said he would try to the party in Philadelphia soon the join and suggested that they look for a home Mr Crawford said later that Senor Obrcgoii had asked him to find a largcplace with room for the children to play and that he had said General Machado Would prefer Philadelphia small suitcase of clothing Pole disappeared while flying to the The Santa Ana also brought an rescue of the dirigible Italia wrecked other family of refugees Sebastianin the Arctic in 1928 E A pianas and his wife Angela with their daughters and sons Pianas was a prominent Havana busi ness man It was believed Senora De Aver hofT and her party boarded a train SK chado as a permanent home because his j for Philadelphia to join Senora Ma children had gone to school there and were acquainted with the city HAVERFORD WOMAN HONORED BY FRANCE VINES DEFEATED BY The jetty is known as the Pea Patch Island jelly There was no confusion Mr Jackson said today We finally sent the women ashore In a dinghy rowed by one of thc men nnd a motorboat from Newcastle came out and got the rest of us We may try lo float the high tide today but I fear it salvage job Last year the Whileaway million dollar steamyacht of A Atwater P M C CADET CORPS ENLARGED Indications Point to 80 New Students Half of Now Enrolled Interest in the welfare of the Penn sylvania Military College as mani fested by members of the Alumni As sociation faculty cadet corps and Kent was on the same j patrons and their active participation jetty A Atwater Kent Jr son of the radio manufacturer and 3t guests remained on the ISOfoot boat over wcrc takcn ofr ihc ncxtithc KM in a countrywide campaign points lo the school recognized as one of Officers BringGuns Into Play When Armed Man Attempts Getaway Attempting lo escape from uni formed police when tney delected him currying firearms on Concord road nt 130 a in today Vincent Tiborl 38 of 1102 Concord road was shot in Ihe right thigh and is underpolice guard in Chester Hospital shooting happened when police cruising cars wcrersccrtiring tliat sec tion of the Eighth ward fur a stolen automobile but It was six hours later before thc wounded man put In an appearance at Ihc hospital he having hidden in the home of friends after he was shot Patrohmm Cauley first stopped the man near Ihe bridge that spans the Pennsylvania railroad branch line lie huUccti that lie was attempting to hide either a rifle or shotgun but t in the dim rays of his cars licad j lights he could not determine the type i of gun I When Cauley nsked him what he I WHS carrying nnd where he wax go ing he made some sort of remark to the officer and broke into a run Tl bcrl ran In thedirection of another police car occupied by Patrolmen Wlnifrcc and Iannlmn who jumped from the vehicle when they saw the fleeing form of the armed man Their commands to halt were Ig nored and believing he had committed a felony they shot at his kgs in an attempt to slop him They did not know they struck him until he ap plied for admission to the hospital Tiber I this morning told detectives MOTORIST HELD FOR FURTHER HEARING cupy has Just been placed in service Mlie operating department demurred about using it for newspaper but the transportation department ouoted past experiences with Times currier boys and the new car was at their d i s p o s a 1 Wherever the Chester Times newspaper boys RO they receive the highest recommen dation for their courtesy and de corum When the boys arrive in Chicago at 805 oclock tomorrow morning they willbe met by a representative of Continued on Eleven Joseph Rehrman 37 of Edgmont j FORM ORGANIZATION near Ninth street was held In bail for a continued hearing In police court next week He was ar rested early this morning when nn automobile he was driving crashed Into u parked car nt Ninth street nnd Central avenue Henry Badic Negro of Law street owner of Ihe parked car was late for the preliminary hearing When he arrived hu told Attorney John J Stelser counsel lor Rclmnan that the lights on his car were burning ut the lime of the crash Rehrman was examined by a physician whocerti fied that he had been drinking Another motorist Albert Boston of Salisbury Md whose truck crashed Into n passenger car driven by Wll liism nolcroft 701 Engle street Seventh nnd Flower streets yester day was nlso held in J500 bull for a continued hearing pending the out come of Holcrofts Injuries Tim lat ter is In a critical condition In the j Chester Hospital receiving treatment for a fractured skull L1G BARN AT BROOM ALL CODE IS DISCUSSED At a meetingheld In Red Mens Hull Third and streets last night he master painters and paper hangers of Delaware county formed an association and elected the fol owlnu Cunningham resident Harry Cardwell vice pres cient Frunk T Alken secretary and Raymond falters treasurer NRA was discussed ind latlonal code for palnlersand deco wasJ read by chairman State Ed ward Nothnagle A committee waj appointed to draft a code krid by aws to be submitted for consideration it the next meeting morning The Whileaway was Inter Thc reportssaid the wreckage of the plane had been found between Bear Island and Tromsoe the Amundsen party set out June 18 1928 If the reports arc substantiated the government will send thc Arclic ship in the Delaware by the Government t inf Nn in TJni t Tcln n ronon t re Irnnn ttin A ist of Its kind In Police Superintendent James H f thit he did not know who Pridtjof Nansen to Bear Island Amundsen Commandant Rene Gil baud of the French navy Lieutenant enrollment of new students when the lowed l nrst begins September 2G Company shipyard here for itllat U ha3 pC10d ol The jetty is one of several constructed i u Mm 1llt in recent years lo keep the channel open Within Ihc past year more than 12 vessels have grounded on TT vryiTii rt 111111 titivy uieuLCilciiil FRANCIS X SHIELDS IPotrichscn and three others set out X Shields of New j in a French navy seaplane to rescue j the crew of the Italia which Genera Nobile of Italy took to the these jetties work during the World War has been York scored an upset victory by beating Ellsworth Vines of California made a Chevalier of Ihe Legion of Honor by the President of France according to word received yesterday She is now at AixlesBains It Is understood that Mrs Rod pers and Mrs Cornelius Stevenson are thc only women In this vicinity to be thus honored Mrs Rodgers had been decorated several times j by the French Govcrn Thc twomotored Parman seaplane never was heard from Bear Island is half way between way UCLw national champion today m a semij Scandinavia and Spitsbergen and r atTLTi lii final match of the Newport Casino inI the Amundsen vitation tennis tournament Scores Italia on route toward the Vines tuning his game for the nationals to be played at Forest Hills next month was no match for the giant New Yorker today Shields took conflict she spent two years and five months in France While in Paris she worked at the Soldiers and Sailors Club maintained by Rodman Wanamaker She was stationed in VillequicrAumont headquarters of the French War Relief Committee of the Emergency Aid of Pennsylvania HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM EACES TODAY BT United Press through Vines service to win the first game The national champion trailed throughout the match GANDHI BEGINS TO WEAKEN POONA India Aug After fasting 48 hours in defiance of government orders restricting his work among untouchables Mahatma Gandhi jailed religious leader began To conserve his in bed in his and accurate service shots but Shields banged them back often scoring placements on the first return Shields own service was a powerful weapon and enabled him to man handle Vines returns to weaken today strength he cell in KANSAS CITY Kan Aug D Partin 52 laundry owner returned home early today and reported he was forced by a bandit to drive 40 miles The bandit forced Parlin lo drive to a spot near Lawrence Kan he leaped out and fled Partin and his wife returned home several years At thc present lime an enrollment of 40 new students for preparatory school and college means that thc general enrollment to date is twice as large as it has been at this time of the year for a period of years With practically five weeks remaining in which to interview prospective stu I dents and their parents those inter Ivhi 1 UJrCISS Icsted in the campaign are confident M foal of 80 new students will be reached Included among the students thus far enrolled arc several lenders of classes in high schools among them Continued nn ast Iage INJUKKI IN FAII being on running when men Cnntimirii nn IClcvrn OFF AVERTED TROUBLE Whit might havedeveloped Into a race riot was nipped in the bud when Patrolman Cauley arrested four Fifth ward youths at Concord road and Central avenue shortly before 1 a in today Cauley was cruising In a police car was attracted by insulting remarks Lightning struck a barn on tho farm of Oliver Bradley on Cedar Grove road two miles south of Broomall Marplc township Ht 431 oclock this morning setting fire to the barn which was completely de stroyed The barn was an oldfashioned stone and frame structure iind when n bolt of lightning struck the build ing the hay mow filled with the products of the recent harvests im mediately burst In flames Bradley and his familylive In house near the barn but the home was not endangered due lo the direc tion of the wind A litter of pigs and atruck were taken from the burning building Broomall and Ncwlown Square fire companies were called lo he scene but the firemen were unable to save thr building The loss to building and contents is estimated SHOWERS PREDICTED TODAY TOMORROW Showersand thunderstorms scheduled for today and possibly to morrow in eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland The high temperature yesterday was 80 degrees at 5 p in and low 63 at 730 a m The average 7V degrees was one less than normal High for the dale was 91 In 1922 and low 56 In 1902 Sunrise today was at fi15 a ml and sunset will bo at 754 p m eastern daylight saving time GROCERIES PRICE INCREASES 8 13 P C WASHINGTON Aug The average price of groceries in creased 813 per cent in the month ended July 15 the bureau costs on July 15 lo a level about four per cent higher than on July 15 1932 The Bureaus report was based on data from 51 cities San Francisco Seattle and Birmingham showed trm smallest increase only three per cent The greatest nrice rise was in Min neapolis and St Paul 14 per cent in thc vicinity loud talking and He found the quartet ail of whom had been drinking in a machine They endeavoring to start nn with two Negroes who by CHILD SERIOUSLY INJURED BY TRUCK Topics of Times Elizabeth Ann Bloom fiveyearold HIuGtti of 1413 Washington avenue firs Ann MacMurtru of Friz boisterous ones wcrc slated as Sun Hill was struck by an automobile I rf Irlumll ft yesterday afternoon while playing in thc vicinity of her home The accii r from a call shortly before midnight imonl avenue is suffering from minor 1 Mrs Partin entered the front door injuries bruises and general shock JYh went through the house to open the sustained yesterday when she fellMIS D basement garage doors and her hustdown a steep flight of steps fit her hanrl nnrl lhr rnr hnH rMcnnnrnirtrl ATe SlTCCt JaCll WAS 111 and notified police I home Mrs i was injured In the fall left leg 21 Caldwell street Sydroski 21 Green street McDovcll avenue of Green fined mid costs Just when the Government gets busy on Its program to promote em ployment PostmasterGeneral Far ley takes the other course Hes out to promote a lot of Republican post masters Loca bcauty ft st dent occurred shortly after 430 p m tied tightly under chin at night will Ihc little girl was rushed to thc Improve the lines of the face A soct RUBBISH WAS ABLAZE URGE ROOSEVELT TO USE INFLATION AT CONEY ISLAND Booms Pal Foxy Artist Sunshine Boy Gracious lady Atmns plurre Larlv Ial Brilliant Iass Time Comet Lonjf Joiin Knock about Trudtrenn Oheron Spring Flight Low Gear Evi dently Weather clear track heavy AT HAWTHORNE Sandy t f Repimrnt T5il Wealher clear track fast Dis out a fire in a curbside rubbish receptacle beneath the Sixth street bridge of the Pennsylvania railroad The fire Is believed to have been caiised by a j carelessly discarded cigarette tossed I the rubbish can Rum Boat Flares After PLANS POTBOYS Cutter Shots Hit Gas Tank DAY ENCOURAGING istrict fire companies were called Officials SutTCrest IsSUiniT at 710 a m today to extinguish T T Non Interest V NotCS FORTESCUE N J Aug IMS I gun on the forward deck whistled with shellfirn from a coast over the ruin but the crew rej guard cutter the Fan Dora 50foot fused to surrender Finally one of j rum boat exploded and sank in thc the shells struck either Ihe gasoline ithn total cost of their fun being i Chester Hospital where she was ad 1 milled She was found to have sus tained a severe head injury with a possible fracture of the skull She also sustained minor brulscK and brush burns Her condition this morning was reported as serious Although no report was made to thc police concerning the accident it was learned that the driver of the light delivery truck that hit the child was Mike Schwartz of Sixteenth Jcncral Committee in Charge of Outing Next Week Jetting Results Improve thc lines of the face A sock on thc jaw of course has just opposite effect Story refers to James D Dole newly appointed chief of the Agri cultural Administrations food nets section as the father of pineapple industry Thats strange we always thought this distinction belonged to Al Capone Cincinnati doctor says predigested street and Ridley avenue Schwartz I food of future will make human teeth was driving a truck belonging to P R I unnecessary Docs he look forward Maloncy of 951 East Fourteenth street merchant Sixth toixtn and avenue cmie to arrest the fall in farm com William MPowel chairman of the i MAN liEATEN AND the darkness over the rough Delaware i plodcd lighting up the sky for a few i committee in charge of arrangements bay Three men who leaped overboard as j i minutes TIBBETTS HAVE A SON for the boys outing at Chester Park next Tuesday has been bcseiged by a lf NEW LONDON Conn Aug number of little girls of this city who At the same time Secretary Waij names were rescued and brought 150ton vaCht the Felicia arR anxious to be among those prcs w infiiitnnict L1 f I cnt on the cala occasion Pnwpl jhas been forced to say no1 to this to the day when man will not chcwj to eat Most traffic courts dispense justice Those of small town speed traps ROBBED OF S1000 however merely dispense with it moaitv prices and to boost others the boat exploded and burst into i At the same time Secretary Waij flames were rescued and brought lace known as an inflationist before i Camden aboard the cutter to awith a rrr rf trn nri he entertd the Cabinet made thc surj hearing before thc United States V nnsine statement he considered in crl1 thousand cases Oi SAN FRANCISCO Aug r nni6 and Mrs Lawrence Tibbett toi 2nslng statement he considered in Commissioner They gave their names crfu NORISTOWN Pa Aug L Regan 72yearold care Tlie Weather an rs awrence ett toi day were receiving congratulations natlon would lift the farm problem upon the birth of a 7Is pound son upon the birth of a 7Is pound son Mrs Tibbett formerly was Mrs Jen Wallace said inflation would not o tivn ii nie Burgard San Taiicisco socTcty i accomplish the necessary curtail woman Iment agricultural production I adding prices of farm products us V S TREASURV BALANCE ually go up first during inflation and also drop quicker than any other pro WASHINGTON Aug ducts The treasury net balance for August 16 was Miscellaneous internal revenue receipts that day wore Custom receipts lor the month through August 16 were i w vj w taker of thc Philadelphia Boys Proj ur iciuxvrnv liquor urernt rrmicst for tlrltrU nn tlin mri Anjr I u ParMcctory seven miles north of here as George Marshall 32 and John Al was captured by a coast guard cutter of thc lassies as It will be strictly a was tadly beaten and robbed of SI ood berg 46 both Atlantic City and today near Fishers Island and towed boys da hiV life savings bv unidentifiedas William Stolvoy 30 East Ninth street i lo customs docks here Brooklyn The three men hurled case of liquor overboard as Thc boys wilt be In their glory for j tallants early today Thc Felicia Ill feet long antl with the second time this year During t Regan was found with his throat case after an 8foot beam is owned by Jesxe H Roys Week in the United States the slashed and his skull probably frac thc cutter Metcalf Providence R I according lads of Chester were brought to the lured by a blow from a baseball bat in command of Boatswain M J Seiilo coast gunrd officials The craft foreground and given control of the bcrt of the Cape May Coast Guard j and cargo will be taken to New York j city They were Kings for thc Day pursued the rum craft gave tornorrow jin that spring festival and they will for the Day again next x benator famlth oi North Carolina orders to fire when thc Fan Dora The capture was made without reibe Kings and Representative Jones of Texas swung sharply to thc right andisistancc as he yacht was passing week tne chairman of the Senate and House headed for the Delaware coast after through The Race at thc eastern i The citizens of Chester have been Agriculture Committees respectively j the two boats had raced for 10 miles point of the island Continued on Last j with the cutter slowly gaining Thc names of the captain and crew Shells from the cutlers onepound were not disclosed I giving their utmost towards making nn La si in his room in the dormitory building by an inmate of thc institution whose attention was attracted by thc vic tims moans Police after a preliminary investiga tion expressed the opinion the attack and robbery may have been an inside job Regan has been cartaker at the home for the past 15 years The wtalher Kastem Penn sylvania Partly cloudy with stow rrs tonight and possibly in Mtrtbeavt portion Saturday morning vlifhtly cooler Saturday Western Pennsylvania cloudy slightly cooler tonight Sat urday fair cooler in east portion TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m 7 a m R a m 9 a m 10 a m 66 it a m 66 Noon 70 1 p m 0 2 p m 7V 74 74   

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