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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - August 21, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Beet Newt of the Day 57TH 17676 Dallv Leased Wlrt Reports of United PrtM UP Newt Service INS CHESTER PA MONDAY AUGUST 21 1933 FOUR CHESTER PERSONS KILLED 20 INJURED IN CRASH OF TRUCKS NEAR WILMINGTON EARLY TODAY PRICE TWO CENTS SIX KNOWN DEAD AS FREAK STORM LASHES COAST T u m b I i n Waves Arc Strewn With Wreckage at Shore Kesorts Vehicle Carrying Cargo of Explosives Piles Into Rear of Lighter Van Con taining Picnickers Returning From Crystal Beach Vehicles Blown to Pieces by Ignite Several Other Cars Men Women and Children Trapped by Flames Leap to Roadway Their Clothing Aflame Many Sustaining Severe of Victims Wellknown Elev enth Ward Young Woman Death stalked a party of young merrymakers from this city while they were on their way home from a Sun day outing a truck they were riding on overturning and burning fatally injuring four three Tnen and a young woman The accident said to be the worst in the history of Delaware State police happened at 130 a m today at Holly Oak on the PhiladelphiaWilmington pike about a mile east of Penny Hill The dead are HENRY CUMMINGS 27 of 720 West Fifth street son of the late Police Captain John Cum mings who died suddenly seven months ago JEAN CHLASTO 19 of 225 Booth street DANIEL MAHONEY 20 of 610 West Fifth street FRANCIS GASKILL 26 of 200 Kerlin street All the survivors of the fatal crash were removed to either the Delaware or the Homeopathic Hospitals in Wilmington several being discharged after being given medical aid The Injured Taken to the Homeopathic Hospital Were Lawrence Caulley 35 1116 Mary street lacerations and burns of the legs Frances Mark 20 712 Caldwell street treated for shock bruises and contusions Mary Call 19 708 Hinkson street bruises and sprains of the ankles William OBrien 47 932 Lamokin street cuts and bruises Mary Bressner 20 of Green street Marcus Hook fracture of the skull Condition serious John Mahoney 24 610 West Fifth street brush burns and shoulder injury Others treated at the Delaware Hospital were Mervih J A SHROPSHIRE OUT OF THE RACE Announces Withdrawal in Favor of Gen Price for Shrievalty Nomination WORLD WHEAT PARLEY OPENS Gathers at London and Adopts Draft of Pro gram for Discussion James A Shorpshire of this city today in a signed statement an nounces his withdrawal from the race for the nomination for sheriff and urges the selection of General William G Price Jr of this city for the office The statement by Mr Shropshire regarded as one of the formidable of the llcandidates for the nomina tion is given as follows I am withdrawing as a candidate for the Republican nomination for the office of sheriff First because after a fair canvass of the county by both my friends and myself I find a strong popular sentiment in favor of General Price for that office consider him eminently fitted for the office think that whcn the party has the opportunity to nominate such an outstanding man for so Inir portant on office personal desires and ambitions should be submerged and all the members of the party should follow the suggestion of T Woodward Trainer and combine to see that General Price is nominated DRIVER OF SMALL CAR IS INJURED Fourteen passengers on a Phila delphiaPittsburgh bus of the Grey hound Lines were badly shaken this morning in a collision which occurred at a m at the of Lansdowne avenue and Bailey road James Rappaport driver of a small car which collided with the bus is in the MercyFitzgerald Hospital in j a serious condition suffering from a fracture of the right arm Internal injuries and concussion of the brain John J McCormick driver of the bus was held in bail following LONDON Aug Prime Minister Bennett of panada was unanimously elecled president of the Internationa Wheat Conference as it resumed Us deliberations today in a gloomy at mosphere in the House of Commons Reconvened at request of the big the United States Canada Aus tria and Argentine the conference got down to business immediately as representatives of the importing countries took the floor In all 29 na tions were represented The conference was expected to last four or five days The technical committee repre senting 10 of the leading countries was empowered to meet again to work out the important details of what type of wheat shall be used ns the basis for world recovery and what market prices Liverpool Rotterdam or Chicago shall be used as a basis for figures Complete harmony characterise the early session and the gen era disposition of the delegates was one of complete cooperation Some of the delegates announced they were hampered by no instructions The British delegation raised the only serious problem on the days agenda when it presented the theory that flour exports must be regulatec in order to make wheat restrictions effective The present aim of the conferenci is to obtain the signatures of a suf ficiently representative number o major importing countries to th draft of an agreement after which a permanent commission would b created to supervise the actual work ing of the pact and to make whateve readjustment may be necessary in the price structure This commission would consist o his arrest by Lansdowne borough po lice Rappaport who is 24 years old and resides at 4103 Westminster avenue Philadelphiawas driving west on Bailey road and the bus was pro ceeding north on Lansdowne avenue McCormick who gave his address as Glenlock avenue Philadelphia sawthe car coming on his left and swung the bus to avoid a collision the bus being hurtled over the curb onto the sidewalk and striking a telephone pole severing it at thc base and bringing down the wires for a distance of several hundred feet The MercyFitzgerald Hospital Is only two blocks distant from thc scene of the crash and Rappaport was hastily removed to the emergency one representative from each of th big four Russia possibly Czcchoslo vakia Rumania and half a dozen the larger importing countries DRAW FOR POSITIONS ON PRIMARY Ulantic City Cape May Ocean City Feel Fury 15 to 40 Missing Four From County Rescued During Gale Four persons from this city and county were among those rescued in the nearhurricane which swept the coast at Ocean City and At lantic City yesterday taking RS I Us toll the lives of six persons Those from the county who were rescued In the many near tragedies of the storm are Thomas Hnyes 38 2312 Madison street this city James Wood 622 Seneca avenue Norwood Garland Harris 24 Prospect Park F H Gcrner 22 of Drcxcl Hill suffered a fractured spine when a giant comber thundered on the beach at Atlantic City pounding a crowd of sun bathers STEEPLECHASING YACHT JOSEPH DEERING BUSINESS MAN 64 YEARS DIES Succumbs to Illness of 18 Months Duration at Home in Second Ward Had S u c c c s s f u I ly Con ducted Drygoods Store at One Location Willi stern wholly sulimtTRcd and hiiw half over Ihe obstacle he yncM Koina 3rd nul of Kssliijtlnn Is shown In hr position where she stuck over Ihelea Ialch felly New Casllr Del while trying to do little aquatic steeplechaslnjr J he owner Milton C Jackson of Merlon hart four guests ikt the lime ATLANTIC CITY N J Aug Between 15 and 10 persons were still missing todny nftcr 350 men women and children tirul more than 40 battered boats had been res cued from the sea following the hur ricanelike storm which struck New Jersey const yesterdny the wliich lives Every vessel of the Fifth District Coast Guard steamed up and down the shore line from Sandy Hook to Cnpe May seeking victims of the gale has nlrcndy claimed eight The known dcnrt were listed enrly today as Wilbur Lukcns Philadelphia man ager of the Philadelphia National League ball purk drowned when a molorboat capsized off Corsons Inlet Joseph Mullcr Union City N J drowned off Rockaway Point 1 when he disregarded lifeguards warnings against venturing Into the surf AUSTRIA GETS AID AGAINST NAZIS Britain France Italy Tells Germany They Will Make Military Moves VIENNA Aug Great Britain France mid Itnly hnve agreed to take certain military action to preserve the status quo in Austria if either German or Austrian ut tcmpt forcefully to overthrow the government of Chancellor Engclbert Dollfus a reliable diplomatic source said today The governments 11 said have decided to Inform Germany in friendly conversn lions of their de cision In considering the increasingly serious diplomatic problem of Austria versus Germany it wns asserted the three allied powers thought both of the immediate future nnd the ulti mate solution of Austrias difficulties To this end It wns said they have considered tlic possibility of a Dnnu blan Economic Federation Chancellor Dollfuss airplane night to Rome Suturdny was understood to have followed immediately upon a cabinet meeting at which Dollfuss an powers had Continued on Last Page VETERAN SHOWS APPRECIATION Contributes to Needs of Needy Persons Upon Ob taining Employment ward by a passing Cormick and his escaped injuries motorist Mc 14 passengers REPEAL IS SEEN BY DECEMBER 6 Missouri Vote Favors It Texas Ballots Saturday 14 More Required WASHINGTON Aug UP Repeal by December 6 was antici pated by wets today as Missouri was recorded as the twentysecond state to favor taking the 18th Amendment out of the constitution Fourteen more repeal votes are required CHESTER MUSICIAN IS WINNING PRAISE Jack Pedrick 19yearold son of Patrolman George Pedrick is mak ing good as a member of Billy Hayes orchestra He plays the first trum pet in this noted aggregation of musicians who are now making a tour of New York state They will be in Pennsylvania this week and also at Wildwooa and Atlantic City Pedrick Has been playing four years and won thc praise of critics Billy Hayes personally discov ered Pedrick while he was playing at the Edgmont dance hall with the Cornhuskers and inquired as tohis identity Pedrick has been on the radio with Hayes orchestra but this is his first season as a regular mem ber of the orchestra Pedrick resides Drawing for positions on the of ficla ballot for the primary elec tion by Republican candidates seek the shrievalty nomination was con ducted at Media this morning the re suits being as follows No 1 Major General William G Price Jr of this city No 2 John Henry Fay of Ycadon No 3 Wm T Wright of Yeadon No 4 John M L Kerns of Upper Darby No 5 James F Dougherty of Ridley town ship No 6 T Woodward Trainer of this city No 7 Robert E Henzcy Jr of Upper Darby No 8 Anthony Tamburroof Upper Darby No 9 James M Hamilton of this city No 10 Dr Samuel A Brown of Ridley Park No 11 EvansHarvey of Bir mingham township No 12 J A Shropshire of this city Mr Trainer last week announced his withdrawal in favor of the can didacy of General Price and this morning Mr Shropshire announced similar decision Captain Theodore Van Zant vet eran Atlantic City fishing skipper drowned whcn his boat the Etta capsized off this city Louis Williams Vcntnor N T drowned when the fishing boat tllc Goldie R capsized off LongportIn rCtchcd agreement let Harry R Schmidt Camdcn N J drowned when1 the fishing vessel Anna McapsizedrpffLongport Inlet Captain John Brunner Marmora N J drowned with Lukcns The northeaster breaking suddenly spent most of Its fury along the Jersey MOB DIGS UP BODY OF HAVANA CHIEF Remains of Machados Hated Police Head Hanged to Trolley Pole HAVANA Aug Political complications brought nnxiety to the new government todny while the populace reacting from years of re pression continued to wreck vengcnce on members of the Machado regime Former President Mnrlo Mcnocnl n political power t returned from exile by airplane f rom F J o r 1 d a and promptly Issued astatement calling for B complete new Interpreted as an invitation to tlic government to call early elections While the statement brought fear that Mcnocnl might seek to rally his adherents and offer serious opposir tlon to the new government of Presi dent Carlos Manuel Ccspedes leaders of the ABO revolutionary or ganization who are cooperating with DC Ccspedcs asserted they would adopt strong measures if necessary to prevent disorders Unmindful of politics crowd dug up the body of Machados hated Joscph Decrlng Sr widelyknown as one of the citys merchants and head of one of the largest drygoods concerns In this section of the state died shortly after 10 oclock this morning at his home Thirteenth and Potter streets after an Illness of 18 montlis duration Horn In 1815 in County Carlowe Ireland Joseph Dcering came to this country in I8G1 and found employ ment in the drygoods and linen re tailing Industry In Philadelphia and ater in this city In 1869 he went into business for himself establishing ft rirygoods retailing establishment which was scon destined to grow into the largest store of its kind in Ches ter and the county The store spe cializing In all manner of cloths and notions became known to hundreds of clients who spread the reputation of the establishment far and wide Mr Deering was recognized as on a C4 the oldest advertisers in the Ches ter Times and from the earliest be ginning of his business his advertise ments have appeared consistently in editions of the paper In fraternal activities Mr Dearing took no part having held member ship In only one organization trm Perm Club He served a single term in public office holding membership in the board of healthof this city He was active in banking circles and was a member of the board of direc tors of the ChesterCambridge Bank Continued on Last Continued on Last Page lihood that Virginia and Kentucky where legislatures are meeting and oossibly other states will be added to this group But even if wets win in each state formal repeal action cannot Se taken until December when conventions will be held to give effect to the outcome of the vote in Maine Ohio Continued on Last Page WORKMANS MISHAP OF HER INFANT SON Every so often evidence is brought to light that there are many men who served their country in the late war who continue to hold thc same spirit of patriotism they displayed in battle and who still a strong desire to make every sacrifice for the welfare of their fellow men An unnamed veteran of the World War who during the past two years when he was not employed has been a client of the Home Service Section of the Chester Chapter American Red Cross called at the Home Service offices recently and showed by his excellent example that hewished in every way possible to show his gratitude for service rendered him a period of two years hc was out of employment and faced with the dif ficult task of keeping him family to gether and fighting hard times With a renewed hope placed in the New Deal and the stones of friends who had been obtaining employment ul ul uuuvi usiiuy under the recovery measures the vet Madison avenue Upper Darby was obtained thc custody of thc child eran called at the offices of the Red injured this morning when a bar orjagalnst ncr w steel fell on his head while he was unloading a freight car at the plant of the Ford Motor Company this city The accident occurred shortly before 7 a m Mr Rouleau was taken GIRLS BODY FOUND UNCLE HANGS SELF A hearing in habeas corpus pro ceedings will be held at Media tomor row in the effort of Mrs Catherine OConnor to obtain the custody of Edward 3d her twoyearold son Mrs OConnor who is represented by Attorney Howard Kirk claims 0 that her husband Edward OConnor Loins Rouleau M of 138 North Jr of 42 Copley road Upper Darby toHlcnn nvpmio nirVnr J CHICAGO Aug unclothed beaten body of 12year old Mary Petshok was found beneath a pile of kindling wood at her home early today soon after relatives dis covered the body of her uncle hang Ing from a beam 10 feet away The girl was bound to a board Police said she had been attacked She had been missing since Friday Members of her family said the uncle Charles Denges 49 had ap peared pensive and disturbed He went to the basement suddenly lasl night and lacked himself in Whcn he failed to come out the family called the police Police believed he attacked and killed the girl Friday hid the body then decided to kill himself las night while discussing her disap pearance with the others Cross last vreek and asked that he might be given an American Red Cross recommendation card to assist him in his efforts to find work The card was cheerfully granted Nothing more was heard of the incident until 5 KILLED IN CRASH LISBON Aug persons were killed Five and twenty in to the Chester Hospital where he was i jurcd In a collision between a pas treated for a deep laceration of the senger train and a bus near Geira Continued on Last Page I scalp today LIGHTNING STUNS 20 AT YORK PICNIC ROBBER SUSPECT MAKES ADMISSION LONDON Aug 21 matic circles forepast tactay lliat Ger mahr Austrian tension would reachlta climax within tcnTdays Several means of supportingAustria have been discussed it Is understood Antonio Anclart chief of police dragged It through the streets to the National University stripped it hanged It to a trolley pole with a cigar In Its mouth and when the rope broke trlcd to burn It other disorder marked the CLOUDY WEATHER FOR THIS AREA TODAY Cloudy today and partly cloudy to morrow is the forecast for Eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland The highest temperature here yes terday 80 at 6 p m find tlic lowest was 70 at 7 a m with the average one degree above normal of 74 The highest tempera ture ever recorded August 20 was 95 In 1884 and the lowest was Continued on Last Paje TIMES NEWSPAPER BOYS HOME SOON William Wilson 22 of Philndcl ihin who wns arrested in the home of H M Swalley Lincoln avenue Drcxel Hill Friday night has con fessed police nay to the attempted robbery of the John B McClatchy ionic The McClatchy house at AHcndnlc road and City avenue Overbrook was broken into the nighl Frnjik A McClatchy uncle of John died of wounds received fighting ofT ab ductors Wilson told police he had piled rugs silver and furniture near a door and was ready to leave whcn hc was frightened away by the re turn home of Mrs McClatchy Other robberies to which Wilson n alleged to have confessed arc from he home of James B Bechtold 22 Merlon road Mcrion wherehe took Jewelry and clothing valued at on May 28 O L Morrison 372 Mer ion road Mnrion July 8 jewelry valued at John T Whiting Sproul road Villanova Jewelry and J Browning Clement Hllldalc road Villanova August 12 jewelry and clothing S1800 Hc was arrested nftcr he was found hiding in a closet in thc Swalley home passing former Police Tito Sampbl v Pursued by Sergeant members 54 In 1879 Sunrise today mid sunset will fSa be at 750 m m Twentyone tlnd but happy Ches ter Times ncwspapciv boyH were en route home today on a Baltimore and Ohio express which left Chicago Inst night The boys arrived nt the Century o Progress Exposition on Saturday nnd Immediately plunged into a program of sightseeing and entertainment The trip to the Worlds Fair wns tendered them by the Chester Times as a reward for special circulation work According to telegraphic advices the boys ar rived on schedule and left last nfght with everyone In the party deeply thrilled by the ninny wonders they had viewed They nre In charge of Harry W Cullis circulation manager of the ABC he sought refuge in a cafe Ho killed Jose Agulrre a chauffeur in his rage He then killed himself Alnclart who ton days ago had a position of almostsupreme police authority with the power of life or death over the ordinary citizen killed himself Saturday night The government began Its second week of life with thc strike situation still acute There were indications the government would force em ployers to deal with unions as or ganizations Eastern Daylightsaving time ATTENDING S OF A CONVENTION and Edward Wright culation manager assistant cir COUZENS TELLS OF BANK DATA SOURCE Me A VOY LOOMS AS U S PROSECUTOR WASHINGTON Aug A report from Ambassador Sumner Welles Indicating the Cuban Govern ment will soon invite an American commission of financial and economic experts to visit Havana and aid In economic rehabilitation of the Island Republic was received at the State Department today The report said the Cuban Govern ment desired to have such a com mission visit Havana if President Roosevelt had no objection The report will be sent to Hyde Park for Mr Roosevelts considera tion American investments in Cuba total more than John Cuntwell John Garman John Ballarice or this city Thomas Gutlirle of Twin Oaks John Daltry and Frank Heacock of Media and Robert E Hannn of Wilmington left Chester this morning for Chambers burg Pa where they will convention of the P O S of A which will begin tomorrow The con vention will conclude Thursday eve ning The members of the local group are delegatesfrom the various campsIn the Delaware county dis trict YORK Pa Aug dents of central and lower Yor county today counted their lossci lcllul after a violent rainstorm that laid Couzens replied They did refuse to DETROIT Aug ator James Coupons today revealed to the Grand Jury inquiring into bank failures that the source of Inside in formation regarding closed Detroit banks came from the Federal Re serve Bank of Chicago The senator said thc flics of the bank were made available to him at my request Why then wore tftcse bank rec ords available to you and not to us Prosecutor Harry S Toy queried I I dont think the government has refused you the records Senator U S Attorney Edward W Wells will be asked this week to turn his office over to Charles D McAvoy of Norrlstown It was Indicated today In Democratic political circles Resignation of Wells who has held office since March 14 1031 will be sought if he docs not resign volun tarily it was said McAvoy Jicrved during the Wilson administration as Federal prosecutor for the Eastern District of Pennsyl vania the Jurisdiction now covered by Wells Joseph K Willing who withdrew his candidacy for register of wills of Philadelphia was said to be in line for appointment as one of McAvoys assistants RAJL PLAYER INJURED Joseph Bennett 20 of Crum Lynne a member of the Lelpcrville baseball team was treated at thc Chester Hospital yesterday afternoon for a severe laceration of thc face received when hc was struck by a baseball MIDNIGHT BLAZE QUICKLY SUBDUED Accidentally ignited grease Is be lieved by firemen to have caused a slight fire In the baking rooms of a restaurant and bakey at 602 EdRmont avenue shortly before last midnight District fire companies responded to an alarm turned In by an employe of the bakery from Box 16 located at Sixth street and Edgmont avenue and quickly extinguished the flames with chemicals The fire occurred in a large shallow grease pan which cov ers the baking ovens in a room at the rear of the restaurant Damage caused by the flames was slight ACCUSED BV WIFE U S TREASURY BALANCE WASHINGTON Aug The treasury net balance for Aug 18 was Miscellaneous internal revenue receipts that day were Customs receipts for the month through Aug 18were Topics of Times Hugh the old Chester sailor of Post No 390 Is looking for charts for the next time his post goes on a river ride Steve thinks he was oft side When irresistible force meets an immovable object its time to call cither the patrol wagon or the NRA Missouri Is the show me state After Saturdays elections the drys are probably convinced that been shown John Patkus Sr of Eddystonc was held under ball by Magis trate A C W Mathucs at Media Saturday whcn his wife Mrs Jennie Two local professional baseball players say they are affected with sinus trouble Both agree that they can get noone to sign us Ive never lost a fight since Ivs been married Max Baer heavy weight contender tells a Los Angeles Interviewer In the prize ring we presume Any home owner can testify theres a lot of difference Between carrying a mortgage and trying to lift one wiiuii iiu au uur ity ri omuruHy wniii jua uujmu I while playing In yesterdays game at Patkus made charges of Insufficient support HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY United Press AT CONEY ISLAND Pride Lightnin Bill Land over George Bis Gold Sport Marvel Dr Becker Twill Jack Murphy Penthouse Bob Doier Weather clear track fast Three Victims of Crash WellKnown As A thletes AT HAWTHORNE Bill Naiatre Weather cloudy track fast Henry Cummings and Francis i honor of laadlng the first Lloyd team Gaskitl unfortunate victims of this to become champions of Dslaware mornings tragedy were graduates county of St Josephs Preparatory School Philadelphia and were listed among the leading athletes in Delaware county Independent football ranks Dan Mahoney the other man killed Giskill was graduated from St Joss in 1326 but had performed with the Lloyd team during his scholastic career He was a mernber of the Prep school eleven that won the championship of the Philadelphia schoolboy teams in 1925 and also His speed and his exceptional waste to several areas and brought Injury and shock from lightning to I persons at a Sunday School picnic The storm fyhich was said to be the worst in this district for many years struck Saturday night flooding lowlands in the southern part of the county damaging railroad tracks and causing a concrete highway bridge to sink a foot Into the ground Twenty persons were stunned and injured whcn 60 picnickers to Pittcrs sought refuge In a metalcovered send witnesses Bit I might add that I am a Federal official The senator then asked permission to read into the record a statement by a Federal official regarding the Detroit banks but refused to reveal the name of the letters author The request precipitated a lively en counter between Prosecutor Toy and Attorney General Patrick H OBrien with the latter threatening to oust Toy from the inaulrv i loy VorT tnc m9ulr h said he BISHOP OX VACATION was a member of the Lloyd Athletic Club as were several of those In jured including William Mahoney John Mahoney Larry Cauley Wil liam McKinney James Coonan recognition as a backfield ace on Edde Todd and Frank McGinn j the schoolboy eleven Hc was named j Cummings was graduated from St on the second mythical allstar Joes Prep School In 1923 He was a member of the Lloyd A C whcn that club was organized in 1522 and 1 has played regularly on every eleven representing the club He was first named captain in 1925 and had the of the Pennsylvania Diocese of the Protestant Episcopal Church and a resident of this city is on a vacation tour cruising in Caribbean waters The Bishops trip will include visits was in here to ftay and cited sec tions of the statutes to support his I contention he is a vital part of any such Grand Jury probe SLAYER KILLED IN GUN BATTLE All Details Are Complete For Boys Day Thursday Tlie City of Chester will put on n j break loose on the greensward of the oneday shov Thursday that will will be on hrmd compare with some of the greatest j ever held to exemplify j End Parkildc and every district in boyhood In this between It has been a ong vaca At a meeting of thc committee held In City Council Chambers this morn ing It was decided because of the Inclement weather to postpone the picnic from tomorrow to Thursday All plans will remain thc same ex cepting this will permit two more days for the boys to enter their CARBONDALE III Aug INS names In the list of events eleven of 1925 John Mahoney is product of v Chester High School and gained his football reputation as an end on on Page to the Bermuda Islands the West Ncgro murder suspect was shot dies and many of the countries of ian killed and a deputy sheriff Central and many of the countries of woundcd today in a gun battle which Panama resulted from thc attempt toarrest the Negro In connection with the FIRE IN PHILADELPHIA slaying a few hours earlier of night Chief of Police L A Sizcmorc Seventyfive persons were without The dead Negro is Joe Brenson 29 employment today as thc result of a reputed bootlegger Thc wounded fire that destroyed thc Monarch deputy one of four officers who shot Laundry in Philadelphia with a loss It out with Brenson was Deputy estimated at Sheriff Cecil Brashaw Thc leading citizens of this vlcinty have joined hands in remarkable co operative fashion Everyone is anx ious to lend a hand and for that lion with a great deal of fun for al but Thursday is going to mark the high water mark of the entire sum mer as far as 5000 youngsters are concerned Mothers and dads any anyone who cares to attend are not only Invited to participate in the picnic but are urged to do so One of the out standing reasons back of this holiday is the advancement of boyhood and an attempt to make the citizens of Chester and vicinity conscious ol the reason thc outing In Chester Park i fact that they arc responsible for the will far surpass anything of its kind ever attempted It will be Chesters Boy Bay at the park Little boys big boys fat boys thin boys falrhalrcd boys dark complcxioned boys boys with sunny smiles and boys naturally ready to welfare of these youngsters WlUiam M Powct chairman of the general committee in charge of ar rangements is gratified by the progress shown by various subcorn on Page Stvcr Dancing masters meeting at New York recently Introduced a new step called the Nira Probably It is ona in which everybody is supposed to put his best foot forward Midsummer sales have reduced the prices of bathing suits says an advertisement Yes weve noticed that a lot of folks are buying them for a ridiculous figure We read that Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks may forget their differences and go back together That shouldnt be difficult for two persons ivho have had so muchex perience in the art of makeup The Weather WASHINGTON Aug UT Weather forecast Jersey Rain Partly etaotn nhttfhMft Eastern Pennsylvania and Nnr Jersey Rain tonight and continued cool Western Pennsylvania Partly cloudy probably followed by showers Tuesday and in Southwest portion tonight not moth change In tempera ture TODAYS TEMPKRATUMi 6 a 7 8 a 9 K 10 m 66 11 a m64 m 64 Noon M m64 l p m M m66 2 p m64   

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