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Chester Times (Newspaper) - August 23, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania WI DO imt FINAL EDITION With All Latett and News of the Day 57TH 17678 Dally Leased Wire Reports of United Press UP International News Service IKS CHESTER PA WEDNESDAY AUGUST 231033 PRICE TWO CENTS HAMILTON WITH fAMBURROJOAID PRICE Prominent G O P Candi dates for Sheriff Drop Out of Race Mh Praise Chester Mili tary Leader as Best Man for Job ACCUSING NURSE FAILS TO APPEAR Two widely known county Uepub can political figures yesterday with rew their candidacy for the post of heriJT and asked for support of lajorGcneral William G Price Jr hey are James M Hamilton of liddletown and Anthony Tamburro f Upper Darby former township ommissioner They followed the example of T Woodward Trainer and James Shrop Ihire of this city who dropped oui if the race earlier each advocating he nomination and election ofCen tral Price on the Republican ticket In his statement Mr Hamilton apped Major John H Fay of Yea Ion another candidate whoHamil on says has been a resident of this Kmnty for less than a year Mr Hamilton who has been con istently an Independent Republican md who served as a County Com nissioner two terms in succession and ilso served as postmaster of Chester laid As announced last week by T woodward Trainer when he withdrew ts a candidate for sheriff with so biany candidates in the field for the pffice each a member of the Repub lican party I could see little chance pr being nominated Consequently I have withdrawn General William G Price has always been a resident of Chester business man who has employed Bud who has given employment to hundreds of men of the trades through his extensive home building operations and at present is giving tmployment to many in the operation cf his brick manufacturing plant filling an order for approximately 1000000 bricks that means time and fcages for these employes There Is nothing of a personal y nature that has ever been said against General Price during his long resi lience in Chester a citizen well known ind esteemed On the other hand as far as I Understand Major Fay has been a tesidcnt of Delaware county less than FOUR REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES FOR SHRIEVALTY POST Eight Announce Formal Withdrawal From Con test for Nomination liss Kiigenia Rose above nurse in n Evanslon III hospital charged ist Cecil Smith Texas polo slar ragged her from an automobile after twohour struggle and attacked er Smith who was in Chicago to arilcipale in Hie eastwest polo latches labeled the accusation a ramcup Yesterday the nurse failed o appear at a hearing to press her charges Continued on Page Seven WORKERS AT WEST END PLANT A walkout of approximately 250 workers at the South Chester Tube Company at the foot of Thurlov street was still unsettled today Ii t statement today an official of tin company declared On July 17 the South Cheste Tube Company raised its wages if per cent in accordance with tin tentative steel code The steel codi Was signed by the President on Satur day last Before the end of the firs turn on Monday we had posted a notice to the effect that the steel cod had been signed by the President an BS soon as we knew the hours an wages specified that we would abid by whatever the code called for Th men held a meeting between turn and decided to wait until we had re ceivcd an official copy of the code On Tuesday we received a tele gramwhich we posted in the plan stating that a revised copy was bein mailed to us Notwithstanding thi the men came and worked the firs shift on Tuesday but when it wa time for the second shift to report a 3 oclock their committee reportc that they would not work unless they had some assurance of getting an other increase We restated that we would pay the wages and work tlie hoiirs specified in the steel code not withstanding this the men walked out James M Hamilton Re mains in Fight for Office of County Controller RAIN BLAMED FOR AUTO CRASHES Two Persons Arc Injured One Driver of a Car Other a Pedestrian The steady rain which has fallen almost continuously in this city since early Monday morning indirectly caused several motor crashes here astnight and this morning sending wo persons to hospitals and causing considerable damage to the aulomo oiles involved Clyde R Stewart 1847 South iharles street Baltimore Md was admitted to the Chester Hospital shortly after midnight suffering from lacerations of the left cheek both lips and a possible skull fracture Police learned that a car he was driving crashed into one operated by Francis J Gattern 559 North Fif teenth street Philadelphia which had stopped at Ninth and Madison streets for a traffic light No ar rests were made Blinded by the rain Eva Francis Negro of 114 East Thirteenth street ran from the sidewalk at Fourteentl street and Providence avenue lasi night directly in front of a car traveling north on the avenue anc driven by Louis Dallett 17 of 625 East Twentyfirst street The woman sustained contusions of the head anc lacerations of the left leg She was With seven aspirants withdrawim from the race for the office of sherUt the file has narrowed down to four candidates for the position with Ma jor General William G Price Jr apparently the strongest aspirant for the Republican nomination Yesterday was the final day for candidates to withdraw their peti tions for offices and all day long the Court House was thronged with po litical workers anxious to learn the plans of their favorites Thirteen aspirants for county offices availed themselves of the privilege and with drew their petitions many of them it the last minute 5 oclock James M Hamilton of Middletown egarded as a strong Independent Republican withdraw from the shriev alty fight but remained a candidate for the office of county controller In addition to Mr Hamilton others who withdrew their candidacies lor he nomination were Anthony Tam iurro of Upper Darby John L Kerns Upper Darby James F Dougherty Ridley township Evans Harvey Birmingham township Rob ert E Hcnszey Jr Upper Darby T Woodward Trainer of Chester and James A Shropshire also of Chester The remaining Republican candi dates for sheriff are MajorGenera Price William T Wright of Yeadoti Major John H Fay Yeadon and Dr Samuel A Brown Ridley Park Henszcy Issued a statement ii which he praised Major General Price and urged his friends to suppor him at the polls Kerns nn Upper Darby constable withdrew in favo of Major Fay and issued a state ment in which he praised the majors war record pointing out tha he rose Marine from the ranks in th Corps and advocated cleanup campaign in Delawar county One of the surprises of the da was tht withdrawal of Robert JMac Bride Collingdale magistrate Iron the race for the office of Clerk o Courts MacBride regarded as strong contender for the office is sued a statement in which he g as his reasons for dropping out u the fight the fact that the incumb cnt comes from Collingdale in whic place I am deeply interested and wit six candidates in the field the of fice may go from the borough H stated that his many friends urge Continued on Page Seve SMITH MAKES PLEA FOR U S RECOVERY NEW YORK Aug Alfred E Smith in a nationwid TEN DIE AS GALE HITS ATLANTIC SEABOARD The hilt swept m the Atlantic seaboard from Cajie llalteras to Boston tutting at least en lives struck wllh Kreatest fury the coasts of New Jersey and Maryland canslzfnir and skittering hundreds of rrafl Onr of Hie craft the tugboat Point Breeze is shown off ScvinFool Knoll Light house in lie Chesapeake Just before it was swept over on Us side and nk The engineer perished TRICKCLAUSE IN MILK PACT RAISES PRICES Consumers to Pay One Cent More a Bottle In stead of Quart Affects This Area and Goes Into Effect on Friday Farmers Sign Because of a joker clause In the new Philadelphia milk shed market ing agreement it was revealed today that housewives and other consumers beginningFriday will pay one cent a bottle instead of one cent a quart more for their milk It was at first believed that the new Ask Butler to Speak To Milk Pact Foes General Smedley D Butler has been asked to address a gathering of Delaware and Chester county dairy farmers who oppose the terms of the new Philadelphia milkshed agreement signed In Washington Harry H Heyburn official of the Milk Consumers and Produc ers Association of Delaware County which has joinedwith other inde pendent groups In opposing lie Interstate Milk Producers Associa tion said he expected General Butler to speak at n mass meet Ingat Concorclvllle tomorrow night ui 11 it itiU JLli Olie was ii j taken to the Crozer Hospital by plea loyal cooperation with th National Recovery Administration Dallett and admitted for treatment Cars owned and driven by Anthony lacono 1228 West Second street and Holme Wilson 202 Parker Holmes were damaged in skidding accidents at Front and Penncll streets shortly before last midnight The Chester driver was turning from Fennell street onto Front street when his car skidded onto the rail road tracks a front wheel being broken While he was away getting assistance the second automobile happened along and when Wilson saw the wreck he applied his brakes and had a similar accident No arrests were made but Dallett was slated for a hearing in police court next Wednesday TRAILED MAN FROM HOUSE TO HOSPITAL Trailed from a house at 231 East Fifth street which he is alleged to have entered mysteriously earfy this morning James Campbell 23 of Han cock street was arrested by police at Chester Hospital when he applied for treatment for lacerations of the scalp Campbell was arraigned in police court today on the technical charge of disorderly conduct and held pend ing arrangements to pay for the dam age he is accused of having caused to doors and windows in the Fifth street house Mrs Bessie Bowen who oxvns the apartment house said she was awakened by an apartment dweller about o a m and informed that someone had broken in Campbell was seen leaving the house by George Mann who lives on the first floor i Mann trailed Campbell to a central taxi stand and notified police when DEMOCRATS DRAW BALLOT POSITIONS Campbell Hospital started for the Chester HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY BT United Press In the drawing for positions held in the County Commissioners meeting room yesterday Democratic candi dates for county offices drew the fol lowing places on the voting machine J McBride Upper Darby and 2 Nathan T Pechin Radnor County Stewart P Clarke Media and 2 Albert J Craw ford Clifton Heights Jury Joseph Car son Clifton Heights 2 James B Gal lagher Ridley township 3 John M Gallagher Radnor township 4 Flor ence A Marshall Media 5 Sarah M ONeill Aston township 6 Lawrence J Slevin Chester and 7 John A Stinson Upper Darby Director of the Helen M Hackett Upper Darby and 2 Samuel Goodley Bethel township For Clerk of Courts William O Inglefritz of Yeadon is the only candidate and for Prothonotary James P Gallagher of Ridley town ship is the sole candidate SCHOOL PRINCIPA L INSPECTS BUILDING arncd against the excessive cnthu iiasm of the acts supporters The American people will patriotic appeal he said need but hreats intimidations compulsion boycotts blacklists and suppression of opinion have no rightful place in this Jicture I speak to you in an hour of be vilderment and in a great national emergency I ask for universal co operation in a fair trial for an acknowledged experiment There are nany who believe in othe remedies That is not the point There can be only one cure tried at a time and the President must like Luke in the Bible be the great physician STRUCK BY AUTOMOBILE Mrs Eva Frances Negro of 14 East Thirteenth street was admitted to the J Lewis Crozer Hospital last evening shortly after 3 oclock suf fering from contusions of the body and general bruises suffered when she was struck by a motorcar while crossing the intersection of Four teenth street and Providence ave The condition of the accident victim is said not to be serious KIRE OX STEAMER SUBDUED PARIS Aug broke out today aboard the French steamer Florida enroute from Marseilles to Buenos Aires it was stated in a dis patch to the newspaper Lc Journal from Almeria Spain The fire was subdued by the crew after a hard battle and the damaged cargo was unloaded at Almeria The Florida carried 200 passengers of the Interstate Milk Producers Association would boost the price one cent a quart but an ad ditional Allebach in dicated that pints too will cost n cent more Beginning Friday the price of A milk in Philadelphia will be 14 cents a quart and 8 cents a pint and B milk will be 11 cents a quart and 7 cents a pint Allebach revealed that the new agreement will give the farmers 000 more a month in revenues en abling them just about to break even while the total additional cost to consumers will be a month The difference Allebach said will accrue to distributors most of whom are large dairy companies Farmers In eastern Pennsylvania who are threatening to call a milk Continued on Page Seven REPORT MACHADO HIDING IN PHI LA FETTERS IS OUT AS U SJIARSHAL Resignation Received at Office of Upper Darby Resident LINER MADISON WITH 90 ABOARD SENDS SOS CALL Ship of the Old Dominion Company in Distress Off Cape Charles Assistance Asked by Captain Coast Guard Vessels Race to Her Also Asks for Help Hundreds of Vacationists Seen Marooned by Storm Off Norfolk Va Where Winds and Rain Are Causing Heavy Property Damage Sweep Up Waves Cover Sea Walls VIOLATIONS OF NRA PACTS ARE SENTTOBUREAU Johnson Finds So Many lie Sets Up SpecialCorps to Handle Thorn Firms Protest Unfair Tac tics of Competitors Over the Nation Gerardo Machado deposed presi dent of Cuba is hiding in Philadel phia according to reports in the Cu ban colony there today WASHINGTON Aug resig nation of U S Marshal Walter C Fetters of Philadelphia was rccelvet today at the office of Attorney Gen eral Cummlngs Fetters wrote that he is ready to step out whenever his successor Is appointed but that time was not ex pected to come until after the Sep tember 10 primary election It was intimated here that no charges have been preferred against Fetters quested Democratic leaders urged that Jos eph Relng of Schuylkill county be given the office There was a report when Fetters resignation was requested that it followed submission of a report to Washington by diet A Kcycs spe cial Deputy Attorney General who handled the Federal Grand Jury probe of conditions In Delaware county Potters term does not expire until February 1034 He was appointed His resignation was re several weeks ago when WASHINGTON Aug trator Hugh S Johnsons warning that withdrawal of the blue eagle would mean economic death lo cheaters and chiselers focused at tention today to a new NRA buretui set up especially to handle complaints and check on violations of reem ployment agreements Although the bureau has been functioning only n few days desks already are piled with complaints Reports of violations arc coming In by the thousands from ell parts of the country To single out from those cases one violator for the sentence of economic denth Johnson snys would be the re sult of removal of the blue eagle insignia presents a task which even Johnson forceful and determined s he Is probably would hesitate to undertake On the oilier hand there is the question of playing fair with the in dustries and business concerns co operating wholeheartedly In the re covery drive The NRA must back them up by preventingunscrupulous competitors from undermining then through chiseling tactics While some sec in Johnsons warn ings a bold effort lo intimidate the A storm of luirncnne force whirled up the eastern seaboard today damaging properly on land and imperilling ships at sea Six coast guard cutters and a patrol boat were attempt ing to aid the Madison The cruiser Indianapolis was ready to assist as were several destroyers with steam up Coast guards rescued the crew of a fourmast schooner off the North Carolina coast just before the ship went ashore The storm was spreading along the coast The Weather Bureau warned that it was moving northward where strong winds have hindered shipping wrecked small boats and caused inland damage since Sunday A 52mile gale threatened Atlantic City Cape May was swept by a gale after the fishing pier was carried away Cbastnl resorts along the Virginia coast were hard hit Iho Navy took over wire circuits into Norfolk Wash ington D C reported minor damage and expected winds of gale force later Airplanes were grounded in most of the eastern states All small shipping was held in harbor Continued nn Seven The exiled president of the island February 1030 to succeed W republic the unconfirmed reports Franklin Mathucs of Movlan Pa said wentvto Philadelphia secretly j Fetters who lives at 57 Sunshine road Sl W ycslcrda UPPcr Darby Pa has been active in Members of his family who have Delaware counlv nnlltlrs for vrms CHESTER MAN GETS P OS OF A POSITION AT HAWTHORNE Miss Mabel Beacham recently ap pointed principal of the Larkin I school Broad and Crosby streets anc former head of the Martin School i Fifteenth and Walnut streets visited the Larkin school yesterday after noon in company with tha recently retired principal Mrs Annie M Brooks and the two made a complete tour of inspection of the building Mrs Brooks outlined to her succes Scarum Texas Knicht i sor a number of administrative dc OurpTI Dnfl tnilc VinAtt rrlnariftH frnrr n Golden Sun Swift Weather cloudy track fast AT CONEY ISLAND Boy Snspcnsc MoppeU Water Lad Uncle Matt Deeds Nina Louise Red Boot O Scrap Iron Espy B Goodyear Oberon Bubbling Sixty Knig matic Blind Brook Canonazo CRASH VICTIMS ARE LAID AT Funerals of 2 Young Men and Young Woman Take Place This Morning Three of the four victims of the truck crash at Holly Oak Del early Monday morning were buried this morning during a downpour of rain Francis J Gaskill and Henry J Cummmgs were laid in their final resting places in St Michaels ceme tery following Solemn Requiem Mass been living at the Pennsylvania Hotel Delaware county politics for years rumord to make any on Ule j MOTOR LICENSE The report said Machado boarded the Man re tan ia when it made an un scheduled stop at Nassau last Satur day arrived in New York yesterday and secretly left the steamship and came to Philadelphia Police said they had heard the re port but had not been asked to sup ply additional guards for the Ma chado family at the hotel ATTENDING CONVENTION J P Crozer Council No 187 Order of United American Mechanics is being represented at the National Conven SHOWS TRADE BOOST HARRISBURG Aug Another evidence that business con ditions in Pennsylvania are on the upturn was shown today by a report of the Bureau of Motor Vehicles on the number of passenger cars and trucks licensed at the halfrate In the first half of August the bureau has issued 60403 licenses for pas senger cars while last year the num ber was but 31308 For the first 15 days of this month CHAMBERSBURG Pa Aug INS State Representative Chester A Rhodes Stroudsburg newly ap pointed president of the Patriotic Order Sons of America was to be in ducted into office at todays session of the annual encampment The encampment which has se lected Easton a the site for its 1334 assemblage will conclude Thursday Other ofllccrs lo be inductedtoday Include Davis J Davis Summit Hill vicepresident Warren H Roberts Whltely master of forms Irwln S Smith Reading treasurer Charles Brumm Helms Philadelphia secre NORFOLK Va Aug Two ships one a liner wllh more than 30 persons aboard sent out SOS calls today when caught in a 75mllean hour hurricane crashing against the Middle Atlantic coast The S S Madison with 37 pas sengers and a crew of 50 Aboardwas in distress her entire forward house I battered away off Cape Charles A fourmasted scnooner also called for help it was rescued later b7jr coast guardsmen off Oulf Shoals N O The gale caused wide damage along the coast and scores of sum mer vacationists were believed ma rooned at three fashionable beaches Captain W S Heath master of Die Madison flashed const guard headquarters a plea for immediate Two coast guard cut ters swung nroynd the Virginia capes into the lecth ot the storm hurling themsclvcs against lowering seas In a dash toward the stricken vessels At Washington the cruiser In dianapolis in Hampton Roads was ordered to aid the Madison if neces sary Officials of the Eastern Steamship Company operators of the coastwide Old Dominion Line could not Im mediately release the passenger list of the Madison The ship is en route from New York to Norfolk The coast guard cutter Ponchar traln fought the gale In an effort to reach a fourmasted schooner which began sending out SOS calls last night off the North Carolina coast The cutter expected to reach the schooner today The coast guard cutter Carabassct was approaching the Madison and the Madisons sister ship Washington radioed that the stricken vessel was holding its own against Ihc storm The Washington was only Ihrcc hours from the Madison Along the coast relief parties prc CAPE MAY PIER IS WASHED AWAY BY GIGANTICWAVE Municipal Fishing Stand 300 Feet in Ocean Is Prey to Elements Patrons at Hotel Ma rooned as 52Mile Gale Whips Jersey Coast state conductor Z S Orrj tion being held at Jamaica New j there were 3610 sets of truck tags York by George B Sill of 517 East issued by the bureau as compared Sixteenth street an active member I with 7532 in the corresponding period of the local council of 1932 tails which had been gleaned from a number of years of experience in the building which is much larger than the Martin school and which con tains a number of facilities the smaller building does not have of the major facilities of the Larkin school which the Martin school docs not have is the advantage of a large assembly room in which the pupils are gathered each morning for the j opening exercises Heart Church at the Immaculate and was buried in ihe late H lowing thc last solemn rites Fn fol On Hcdwigs Catholic Church One The body of from his Gaskill late home at was taken 200 Kerlin street shortly before 10 oclock this morning The Cummings funeral pro THREE PROPOSALS HOOVER DECLINES ARE SUBMITTED BANK QUIZ CALL i Concerns Seek Contract to i Facts Arc Secondhand town slate Inspector Harry J Lcary Philadelphia state guard James E Sanborn Philadelphia John M Straub Reading and John C Cant well Chester state camp building trustees EIGHTYHOUR SWIM FATAL Haul Vote Machines for Use at Elections ExAides Can Tell More He Says Bids for hauling vote machines to DETROIT Aug Presi ESSEN Germany Aug LHzig who was dragged cxhausled from the river Sunday after swim ming continuously for eighty hours was dead today STOROitS CITY LITTLE DAMAGE Electric Service Cut Off in Some Sections Streams Swollen Conllnued nn IaRC Seven COOLER WEATHER TO FOLLOW RAIN Rain today and possibly tomorrow Is the forecast for Eastern Pennsyl vania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland Cool weather will con tinue The highest temperature here yes terday was 74 degrees at 4 p m and the lowest was 64 at 230 a m The average of 60 was five degrees below normal for thedatc and seven degrees below the average August 22 last year Maximum temperature for the date is 97 established in 1916 and minimum 56 In 1925 Sunrise today was at 620 a m and sunset will be at 747 p m Eastern Daylight Saving Tme CAPE MAY N J Aug May residents awoke today to find thc high waves of the night had washed away thc Municipal Fishing Pier The pier35 feet wide and extend ing 300 feet out Into the ocean would accommodate 300 fishermen It was built on the end of Con vention Hall on the Beach drive at Howard street There was no one at thc Hall after a dance ended at mid night when the pier apparently was intact Thc piers absence was discovered about 8 a m by Lemuel E Miller city engineer making his daily tour of inspection About 100 patrons and employes of the Admiral Hotel also on the upper Beach drive were marooned as tha sea rose knee deep all around tha structures Automobileswere unable to move along the drive as water rose the running boards Several streets were flooded for two or more blocks back from the Board walk and it was feared the water will reach dangerous heights at high tide A wind estimated unofficially at about G5 miles an hour lashed the beach front and fishing boats were held in port Near collapse after battling for 53 lours to keep their frail fishing boat float as it was battered by moun ainous waves two men were saved n a spectacular rescue off Cape May The men Lewis E Ressler and Ed ward Bartcls both of New Jersey and St Paul avenues Wildwood Crest sot 2fDoi3o g pics of Times heavy northeast rainstorm the lowest bidders after they have been tabulated Commissioners Drewes Desmond and Hunter at wintcr The summoning of Mr Hoover was requested by Senator Couzens who tended yesterdays regular meeting i hive Ihc former P sident br lorlhR 1 tell the attitude of his administration hauling of the 436 voting machines i toward the Detroit bank situation whch arc to be delivered to the The senator testified before the one polling places on September n andimari grand jury for thc fourth d 18 to be used at thc primary deci today lion on September 19 They will be j The former Presidents refusal to returned to the Court House on come here was embodied In a telc ternbcr 20 and 21 gram to Prosecutor Toy sent after The McllviUc Storage Company of he had returned to his home at Palo Now that the federal grand jury believes certain ones take protec tion money fronj bootleggers we are convinced that while crime never pays it appears that criminals do once in a while U S TREASURY BALANCE WASHINGTON Aug The Treasury net balance for Aug 21 was SI22247303575 Miscellaneous had filed Large crowds lined the streets in spite of the rain and watched the long line of funeral cars pass in solemn tribute to thc unfortunate victims The Immaculate Heart Church was crowded to thc doors r Darhy Ofcred trip Mr Hoover trucks each capable of caring nine thaC the in form at on deseed p m VaT machines for a price of per jcould best be obtained from officials njt were rcsTdcntTin truck each day They also agreed formerly associated with him in residents in to work extra hours at S2 per hour Washington and fixed thc labor charge at I have ni internal revenue for that day was j on each occasion and the St Hed S423890682 Customs receipts for month through Aug 21 were 47638220 wigs Church was cqualiy filled with per day for each truck no objection to furnishing any Information which I properly But such Continued on Page Seven I The Hcadley Storageand Express can said Mr Hoover Company of this city bid as follows information as I can give is only Six truck1 capable of cnrryirE 16 general and is mostly second hand Creeks and rivers in this area arc near the flood stage Tlnicum town ship residents expect a recurrence of their troubles early In the year when hundreds of acres were flooded The wind was low today thus pre venting serious damage Traffic was slowed up in all sec lions River movements were almost at a standstill but steam electric and bus linns maintained thefr schedules fairly well Electric service Interruptions In Chester and the county totaled 40 The hardest Parkslde Sun Hill and the End Repairmen were rushed to thc various places and began immediate repairs Marcus Hook Hard Hit Marcus Hook was hard hit by the storm this morning the borough pre Plumbcrs will meet here tonight to discuss the NRA Heres hoping they dont forget their tool and make it a long drawn out affair Continued on Page Seven Continued on Page Seven Bcn Grove Price has withdrawn from thc race for jury commiEsiorcr Thats one office he couldnt picture himself getting Two barbers in the First ward want to become aldermen With four tn thc race both will probably lose bj a close shave Conlinned on Page Seven1 of males The oldfashioned girl believed in kissing and making up Modern girls make up before they start kissing Now that Paavo Nurmis wife Js suing the famous runner for divorce thc gossips will probably say that she couldnt keep up with him A poslofficc cafeteria is now selling beer Probably in hopes tha it will now handle a larger volume nlght by a coast guard patrol boat About 500 persons congregated on the beach and Boardwalk cheered as the patrol boat landed a life line icross the fishing boat Francis after both boats were tossed about by hugs billows for two hours The line was made fast and tha Francis towed ashore by the patrol boat commanded by Lieutenant John Glynn of Base 9 Cape May A gale rashed the New Jersey Coast today the fourth consecutive day of the storm which caused seven drown ings when it hit suddenly Sunday afternoon More than 200 persons Continued on Page Seven The Weather WASHINGTON Aup UP The wcatlicr forecast Eastern Pennsylvania Heavy rain tonight and possibly Thursday morn ing Xot much change in tempera ture strong northwest winds shift ing to northwest Thursday with gftlea in southeast portion Western Pennsylvania Rain to night and probably Thursday morn ing not much change in tUTI New Jersey Heavy rain this noon and tonight continued cool Thursday partly cloudy possibly rain in north portion northeast gales this aHernon shifllnf to north and north west tonight TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m 7 a m 8 a m 9 a m 10 a m 65 II a m68 6t Noon 69 6i 1 p m 64 2 p m M 64
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