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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - August 25, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              WE DO OUM WUW FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Beet News of the Day 57TH 17680 Dally Leased Wire Reports ot United Press UP and Internal to us News Service INS CHKSTEK PA FRIDAY AUGUST 25 TWENTY PAGES PRICE TWO CENTS Mil H PAHI flirilT INFLATION DROPPED MlLh UlUKi BY ADMINISTRATION ISLAUNCHEDBY COUNTY FARMERS RETAILERS CODE IS PUT INTO FORM AFFECTS 5000000 HYDE PARK N Y Aug was definitely taken j out of the administration picture for j ihe present by word from President Roosevelt here today The word came from the President Applied All Bill Food fl lengthy conj D Stores 111 ii Secretary of the Treasury William Woodin as I VolvCS 1500000 Firms Woodin left both he and the Presi1 dent said that for the present at j Gathering Is Addressed by least this government does not in Deadline r ixed lor uork tend to inflate Producers and Consumers Meet at Concord ville Form Organization WHERE STORM MAROONED 4000 IN MARYLAND RESORT C II IA Jl ICllll VU 1I11K11C detl bniCdley D miller Secretary Woodin does not intend i to resign either this was made equally plain by both the President and Woodin a tlO i i leaders able Program by Industrv Coal WASHINGTON Aug the Nations retailers WASHINGTON Aug Woodin arrived here last night Attacking the constitutionality of agricultural adjustment act and askspttnt most of their time talking over intended to regulate thn advertising ing an injunction to prohibit Secrej treasury finances and W oodin j competition wages and hours of 1 tary of Agriculture Henry A Wallace painted a highly satisfying picture 500000 stores employing 5000000 pir Ixltc from enforcing terms of the act was filed in District of Columbia Supreme Court today by representatives of ap proximately 2000 Pennsylvania dairy farmers Justice Daniel W ODonoghue signed an order giving Wallace until Sept 1 to cause why the in junction petition should not be granted With thc price of milk going up one cent a bottle today criticism of Clyde King milk administrator and H D Allebach president of the Interj state Milk Producers Association IN ELECTS NEW COMMANDER Otto F Messner Lancas ter Heads State Group sons was put Into final form by the National Recovery Administration to day for submission 10 President Roosevelt Applying to nil but food und drug stores the code wns altered at the conclusion of hearings last night Deputy Administrator A D White side termed it the greatest trade agreement ever made Ho indicated that under the revision il was nearly Gen Butler Withdraws e in the form in which it would go to Mr Roosevelt for executive approval A iOhour work week was prescribed Otto P Messner of Lancaster was for employes of stores hitherto operat prccedcd the formal organization of unanimously elected state commander 52 hours or less a Hhour week the Delaware County Milk Producersof the Pennsylvania Department of for stores operating from 56 to liO and Consumers Association at a i the American Legion today at the hours a week and a 48hour week for mass meeting held last evening in the fifteenth annual state convention in stores operating 03 or more hours per Dante Orphanage Concordvillc j Philadelphia A few minutes before week Before forming the new group the election Major General Smcdicy Minimum wages of a week for 40 which is considered the nucleus of a D Butler U S M C retired an hours work S1J50 a week for 44 hours sectional and even national unit to nounced he was not a candidate for combat profiteering in the milk busi ness several orators including Gen eral Smedley D Butler Edward Miller president of the new organi zation Thomas W Johnson chair man of a recently formed Regional Committee for Actton and Joseph Cope founder of the Farmers Pro tective Association of Chester county gave themselves unsparingly to blast ing the milk trust and the men ap pointed by the government as milk administrators Plans for fighting the Milk Pro duccrs Associatioil were discussed The strike plan was suggested and laid aside for the present the general opinion favoring all manner of legal means first If these efforts fail the farmers and consumers pledged them selves to a strike to the end in ordsr to obtain fairer prices for their milk Edward Miller chairman of the meet ing stressed thispoint when he said This thing means a fight to the finish We the position A group of legionnaires from East Continued on 1agc liifrl LOCAL RED CROSS UNIT AIDS FLOOD VICTIMS IN TINICUM Executives and Nurses Respond Promptly to Appeal and Arrange for Providing Shelter Food and Clothing for Families Bereft of Homes and Necessities by the Flood Waters Township Police Deplore Action of Official in Appealing to Sheriff Denying Reported Looting of Abandoned Conditions Inundated Area Are Improved Today rn Pennsylvania had discussed the HOSPITAL WHICH osslbility of drafting General ler for I HELD BABY SCORICD but the former marine declined to consider the position j Prior to the election members of i the Special State Bonus Committee i urged the delegates to wage a millj bator baby was freed from Evan Here is a strikinc view of Oeean City Mil Hit island resort on which 4000 were when waters from swelling si minis inn minted the city 1nt Crimi eas und litht refugees were re ported waiting in rowbunts with their possessions unlil tlie waters subsided LOAN PLAN UN ui iiu Hiiiunuiiiciii iu UIR state con stitution which would permit the pay stitution that held her since birth roi ment of a state bonus to exservice because her board bill was unpaid BEING HAMPERED CLOUDY SLIGHTLY WARMER WKATHKU Co ii in lie I on Page Sixteen SPIRITUALISTS HELD was termed a bunch of chislers by Judge Joseph B David Little Elaines first food bill was de clared paid by thc judge who told the father j Dont pay the hospital a dime I Youre crazy if you do NEW YORK Aug I The baby was ordered released on i and Mrs Mark Levy spiritualists a writ of habeas corpus The father i thR Ilolnc Lom Actls ereatly ham Partly cloudy and slightly warmer is the prediction in eastern Pennsyl i vania New Jersey Delaware and j Maryland Fair weather is expected Are Refusing to Accept tomorrow CHESTER GIRL A CONTESTANT w More than 100 persons are lodny i wards of the American Hcd Crass resulting from lie forced evacuation uf tluir homes iilonn Ihe marshlands Unit skirt the Delaware river in Tinicum township their homes and possessions biinw curried away on Hie breast of the slowly receding Hood waters With only the clothes that drapid I their backs these victims of the storm are sheltered In bungalows loaned by the WestiiiKhouse Company mid me fed by the Red Cross lit n nearby restaurant A call was received at the Chester headquarters yesterday morning from ollleluls if Tinicitm lownshlp asking I hullassistance in housine and mak ing eoinfoilable the 15 iamllles from the section along tin river front known as Smith Cripple In the Les ter and Ivssinuton territory maclu homeless by tin waters which do stroyed all their enrthly possessions DEATH TOLL 45 FLOODS STILL MENACING Checkup at Many Places Reveals Fatalities ami Tells of Huge Damage Rivers Begin to Recede But Water Covers Many Points Bringing Ruin YORK Aug Threat of devastating Hoods con npaid 1 Marf i inorijdit were held today charged with writing letters to President Roosevelt and Stanley Shopkus testified that five pcring the plan it was revealed at the days before the baby was born De Home Loan office in Media miv attain our ends bv a LU riusiuuui aim aays ueiorc me naoy was oorn ue and I uinv to God that I other 1KUlollall prominent men I comber 14 he lost his job The day them they would be killed after the birth the mother died we if all else fails we will have a strike and a bloody one if necessary1 As General Butler put it This is a situation that requires a little ing and damning There is now nothing left for you to do but get out and sweep the whole association U tomorrow The Levys were detained on the I paid a bill of SUl for the mothers minor complaint of disorderly conI care but was unable to pay an ad duct but the comparatively high bail I ditional thc hospital asked for of 35000 each was set I little Elaines release The bill It was learned that warnings were i mounted later to Thc lather testified thai liehad those unfortunates who are j Daylight Saving time Linski petes Today in Marathon Swim at Toronto Can Mr and Anthony IJnskl of 901 Morton avenue Unlay eagerly awaiting the llrst presls re ports available concerning the out come of the animal Canadian Na tional Exhibition 10mile swim mara u tlign In progress at Toronto Canada 1 j sunset will be at p m Eastern where their H3yoarolcl daughter I routed the custern seaboard today flovcrnmont Kmuk The highest temperature here ycs UOMI nmuil liUIUIS lerday was H2 degrees at 1 p in and the lowest was 71 at a in The The refusal of sonje mortgage holdj average of 7G was two degrees above 3 to accept Government bonds under I non11lnl for the tlltt Lll Klllle a the average August 24 last year n Home Loan Act is creatlv linm to Maximum temperature for the date is 02 established in lJ19 and ininl i mum SI in sunrise today wns a I a m and threatened with the loss of their i attorney in charge of the local but unless the holders of Ihe mortgages cooperate with us Prusi writtcn to Governor Herbert H Lehj man Alfred E Smith and U S Sen ator Robert Wagner of New York We were justbeing guardian the Home Loan Act will be OPERATE HERE 3 effective way ot dealing with a thing JSEVRN ELKS LODGES GET PARADEA WARDS ngol Judge David rei tortcd To some hospitals a human i Continued nn Last Iagc SWARTHMORE MAN BIDS FOR BREWERY Caspar P Sharpless of Swarth more is negotiating for the purchase of the Camden N J brewery it was revealed today Yesterday attorneys for the brewery asked for a postpone ALTOONA Pa Aug Seven lodges today had been named prize winners in the Elks parade which closed the 27th annual state j convention of the order here They yearoiu 2 DIK IN CHAIR ALESTER Okla Aug 2 udibly a man holder is slightly below that which they received from the homeowner n y Will Abandon Oneman Trolley Line to Rcpavc Streets UNS ICIarn Is am on B the Held of 36 com petitors most of whom enjoy an In ternational reputation for their ac complishments in the fields of aquatic endeavor Miss Linski left Chester on Tues for thc sccno of the marathon whereshe put In some final intensive training periods In the frigid waters jetting herself accustomed to thc conditions she is facing today in the tenmile race Although not so widely known over the country as some of the othur contestants Miss Mnski a former Chcstrr school student has en Substituting buses for thc oneman i nmons swtm Connellsvillc for having thc most men in line Philadelphia for the best appearance with a in the electric chair at thc state 1 j prison today for the insurance murder of the 15yearold wife of thc elder man The men were Claude j mentT of a scheduled hearing on KlUannVnV taking sec Oliver 28 husband of the murdered lvr license revocation proceedings on Tyrone drum and bugle corps i Erl and his nephew George Oliver ground that they have found a pur with Huntingdon second 18 Continued nn rage Sixteen terminus at Sixth and Welsh streets ts the Intention of the Philadelphia I Rapid Transit Company according to GOLD EMBARGOES conttimcd in oinciai j communiciition signed by R T Senler president of P R T and re chaser The government recently Apollo award for having thc best i started legal action to close the I band nnd Philadelphia award for i TEXAS KEIKAI VOTh I OJIOKKOW brewery and the matter will be having the best drill team carried to Washington HYDE PARK N Y Aug 25UP keivcd by George J Hunter d rector Nlniyinrold Johnny Chaplin President Roosevelt today considj of Ule of strpP to hop n freight at F Cnnlliincil 011 Iaje Sixteen r TRIES TO TRAIN INJURED SIGNS KIDVArDEVTH BILL Mr Sharpless an official declared today would withdraw his offer for ihe brewery if the government re ALBANY N Y Aug Gov Herbert Lehman today signed a bill makinp death the maximum vokes the license NEGRO BOY DROWNS Penalty for kidnaping IN SEWER INLET Attempting to retrieve a baseball which rolled into a sewer inlet late yesterday afternoon Charles Wilson 7 Negro of Front and Townsend streets fell in the opening and was drowned Several companions warned the youngstcr when he started after the ball but he paid no attention to them Ttie body wns recovered within 15 minutes by members of the Franklin Rescue Squad who vainly tried to resuscitate the yotsngster The trag edy occurred at Second and Yarnall streets four blocks from the victims j home BREAKS ARM IN FALL Dolores Caine 18monthold infant of Mr and Mrs Edward Cainc of 219 I Concord avenue sustained a fractured arm last night as a result of a fall j while playing at her home She was taken to thc Chester Hospital where the fracture was reduced WRECK AT DUNKIRK N Y County Relief Unit To Distribute Milk According to a ruling announced today by the Delaware County Emergency Relief Board the dis tribution of milk now being han dled by the State Department of Health will be taken overby the Delaware County Emergency Re lief Board effective September 1 This milk relief will be furnished by the issuance of milk orders Milk dealers desirous of furnishing milk to clients of thc Relief Board should secure copies of the regu lations governing this distribution from the Delaware County Emer gency Relief Board at Lima Pa DALLAS Tex Aug Texas wets and drys today wound up their campaigns for votes in tomor rows election to determine whether the state will be the 23rd to ratify the repeal amendment Tho wets expressed confidence of victory Both sides estimated at least 500000 votes would be cast Lonors ULTIMATUM eicd a proposed executive order setI improvements tiny up elaborate Treasury departj Ml gcntcr Rf IVonL und Thurlow streets shortly ultcr ment machinery for enforcement of the United States gold embargo NKWSlAIKK EDITOR OIKS LOS ANGELES Aug Edwin R Collins managing editor of the Los Angeles Evening Herald and Express for many years and editorial director of the Hearst Evening News papers in the Pacific Coast Division died suddenly today at his home that it will ftrsl j iniu t i M 30 evening and failed Miss ElliMibeih NaiiRlc a Red Cross Public Health Nurse Immediately departed for Ihe stricken area and made an estimate of thc situation as Ihny toured I lie water covered streets ami marshes In boats ArnmKemcnls were inadu Imme diately with I he Red Cross head quarters In Philadelphia lo supply the needed cols for the unfortunate victims of the Hood Sheets weiv sent from the supplies on hand at the Chester Headquarters and through the kind olllccs of pcrson nt1 department oUielals of the Westlngliouse Company three large bungalows were thrown open to the use of those driven from their homes Food arrangements were nujft Inor der and it has been so HiTwitjed by thc Red Cross that until Sunday Ihe survivors of the Jlood area may obtain regular mealsat a local Es rcslaimi nl After Sunday some permanent plan will bo made if the waters have not receded Thc Red Cross reprcesntatlves iivcn thc henrly cooperation of nuiiiy res idents and olllclals of the area and Mrs Shirley OBrien obliged by EerviiiK cotlec and sandwiches to tin evacuated persons until arrange ments to provide food had Ijccn com pleted The sandwiches were scrvcc cafeteria style from thc gasoline service stailon of Joseph near thc of the loud waters Township men and volunteer work ers of the Red Cross manned the mo lorboals and the emergency crew were composed of Officers Walls Sweeney and Ruella of the township and James Clauson a nd William ft0111 Plccntinny Arsenal ami his him lo Chester j civilian workers workod all yesterday of the hsrorof the he escaped An element of humor was Injected llna Ihroimh the night slrenglheninB I will brtisli hiirns I hut rnvonv 11 obtain consent of line the Darby Media and Chester Street Railway Company and like wise permission of the city of Chester and the Public Service Commission His letter is in reply to notice sent by Director Hunter relative to thc 1X301condition of the P R T Com panys tracks and roadway of Upland Thirteenth Walnut and Seventeenth Xstniction Damage may exceed 15000000 Isolation of seaboard and inland owns In several states still prevented i complete casualty checktip early oday but at least 15 were known lead Virginia counted 10 fatalities vlaryland 11 Pennsylvania a dozen there were eight dead In New Jersey md at least four in New York State lrlood threats came as torrential rains deluged Pennsylvania New Jer sey and New York while the storm over those states centering night In theLake Ontario region A50mile an hour wind howled across thc lake sector and storm warnings which still dotted the At lantic Coast were broken out along the Grcut Lakes Streams llirbuehbut the three states which felt the waning blows of the Elorm were over their banks or ris ing rapidly Throughout Southern New Jersey and the adjacent Penn sylvania region residents feared a repetition of thegreat Ireshet of 1903 FIS Hood waters spread over the coun tryside Inundating highways tearing out bridges and culverts and halting rail and motor transport Both the Delaware and Cooper rivers overflowed flooding the Cam don N J waterfront In Pennsyl vania the Scluiylkill and Lehigh riv ers were at Hood with tributaries pouring In fresh torrents hourly Streams throughout New Jersey and Delaware were rising rapidly and In many localities had already burst their banks Near Dover N Jr ma senal and yesterday LONDON Aug Japan here was 57 years of age Death j streets traversed by the companys has lodged a virtual ultimatum with I was caused by a heart attack in his thc United States threatening to imj sleep pose punitive tariffs on American goods and to increase I he Japanese navy unless the United States modifies her prosperity naval pro gram thc London stated today Daily Express I5ALANCK rilllATICHSTS ELECT CHICAGO Aug Martin a banker of Forrestvlllc N Y wns elected president of the American Philatelic Society yesterday Mr Srntcr concludes with I ho statement that pending completion of State Highway Route No 729the MacDade Boulevard through this B city it is the companys iiilenllon to apply for a temporary bus routing over Seventeenth street bridge Klvinp assurance that as soon as thc neces Carter Glass Jr son of the Virginia sary permission is granted for the U S TUEASUKY WASHINGTON Aug The Treasury net balance for Aug 1 j 23 was Sl21233109462 j SEATTLE Allg 25Captnin Frank j Miscellaneous internal revenue vc Hawks nis monoplane here entire left side left arm and Iift leg The younster who lives at 101 Lewis street slipped while boarding one of thc rungs of the freight car step and he was thrown to the ground Two members of the train crew summoned police patrol which conveyed him to the hospital FORD CO ASSURES NRA COOPERATION s inL situation when one male resident of n flooded house re fused to leave the place unless the onlinmcl on Pace Sixteen senator was elected vicepresident HAWKS MAKES SlEEI FLIGHT operation of buses the company will abandon car service and remove Its tracks from the streets mentioned Director Hunter states that as soon this work is completed the city ccipts for the day were i yesterday elpht hours and 35 miniwi11 Pnve hc roadbed of thc streets Custom receipts for thc month tcs after taking off from Mini from curb to curb the P n T Com j pany to pay its share of the costs DUNKIRKN Y Aug Four cars of an east bound NcvYork Former Crozer Student is Now Star in Movies through Aug 23 were j neapolis CUBAN CONGRESS I STRANGE MALADY IS DISSOLVED CLAIMS 28 DETROIT Aug Mills chairman of the publicity committee for the NRA campaign In Dearborn told a rally there that Ford Motor Company olticials had given assur ance that they will cooperate with the NRA as soon ns the automobile code has been completed Mills statement Is in line with a prevailing belief that the Ford ComS pany would await completion of thej code and then put Into clfecl con1 ditlons considered even bettor for the j wage earner i First Permit For Dwelling Since November 1931 Fur the first time since Novem btr 1911 a permit for the con struction of a dwelling was issued in this by Building Inspector James A Devlin The penult was obtained by Ihe builder James M Cohen who says the structure will be a Iwoand onehalf story house It will be lo cated on Twentyfourth street near Wethcrlll street and Is be ing erected for A Lawrence Bax ter The construction price Is 57100 Continued nn Pace Ten TIANT EMIIOVKS MISHAP William Hollywood 30 of 802 Pot ter street had his left leg severely burned when hc was caught by a flash while working at the Sinclair Oil Company plant in Trainer about 915 oclock last night He was taken to the Chester Hospital and admitted for treatment IJNDUlKGHS GO VISITING LEttWUCK Shetland Islands Aug Charles A Lindbergh I nnd Mrs Lindbergh visited here to after a flight from the Faros i Islands Topics of Ti ores Central freight train left the rails j T s a far cry from the sombre CrAP At DAMAGE today and piled up in front of theacademic hciic Union Station 1 General Election Called to St Ixniis Physicians Mass Wipe Out Storm Ninety Years Ago Worst in Countys History Statisticians flRurc out that 16 mil lion tons of water fell in this dis trict during the past four days Thn wife thinks thata greater part of this figure seeped through our porch roof Many awnings were ripped by storm here Thats shady business Our guess Is that the third week in August 1934 will be avoided by a number of vacationists who spent j the week looking out of the horns window HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY Bj United Press Crozer Theological Seminary to the REPAIRS UNDERWAY Machaclo Kleig light glare and all that is I Following the cessation of the rain HAVANA Aug t ST St lot til ilj VJtvji tin V1 1 t VWfP f M Hcl nrl his career at the movie capitol has i yesterday Joseph Jefferics supci in revolutionary government agreed to IMIHIUI LUHSILU All VcstlgC Of i lo Combat Sleeping HENRY RlELECTKI A storm Nineteen lives Little Stella of Third and Thurlow Jnrrimo r mifi 4 rn r i i a r il Illillton dollars streets tells us that some beauty par Vtgime oitiMiuhs EIKS t worth of damage done 30 dwellings Ors are slow to take advantage of in to clck Philadelphia H manufactories 7 mills UO j novations but most of them always xv iirmv nf 53 m111 32 county profit by the latest wrinkle KciAird W lltmy or hrldges destroyed or carried awa reelrclcd grand lentenl0t nura to wipe the vestiges of thejpWcmic of sleeping sickness which j treasurer ofthe Ngn Elks of the AT HA1VT1IORNE Cadct Sqnirr Way Weather clear track fast AT CONEY ISLAND films enjoyed throughout this coun ass d garaejlcr trv lo repair the j Machado regime as if they never had has taken the lives of 28 of Its 215 World al Ulc lhlrtythird annual con n t JUiV 8 AllLhOT In a brief sketch of the well known j damaee done by the rain and wind existed and to call a general election ventlon yes players life which has come from MnjV of thr drains were c ogecd for February 20 1934 rim In h i This Is Hen dtClarCd hC ll WM it has been revealed that the actor t swept from the inveways Old trees j Th enacted undr1 P who was born in Philadelphia and i contained number j formc Prc5id L Gcrardo in nf Vir n i iv and nn immense low lo agriculture I An inventor we read has invented In crops orchards pasture lands etc an aulonioblle engine which burn sweetrunning motor Patrolman Pcdrick informs us thai educated at Crozcr after going branches which had to be trimmed tertainer while a rtudent at thc sem inary He was called upon to recite a few lines in a religious pageant From that time on his activities were turned from preparation of persons for an afterlife to that profession of Riving Cynthia Princess Icda Belly i them a good time in the flesh with his Vtl1 f it VllUtleU ItlillUiLtl III 1 through the Philadelphia public and removed and every foot of thc basic constimt ion of 1901 schools found his abilities as an eni Inwns rcciuiren raKing Some of tnc j A11 municipal execu jA Mftnor rtf tKrt was the sum total of the damage doiib sugar for fuel That should make a In Delaware county by the storm in Indianapolis FPW persons realize the great ex Henrys third term lent of the destruction and loss sus a iilcv Wilson of Washington m UlR county through the111 Riralle is the most expensivo vas nclclpH ratHl rxaHcd islorm as re In a position to animal to feed Probably on account for he twcmh succLive year H member the details of the flood hlgli overhead was reported a spirited battle was i Forlhc above do not pertain examine all their patients He expected for the past of grand daugh Ulf gale this week but to thc licved sleeping sirfcners victims might I tor ruler which is at present hci by itllstoric ood of August 1813 just 00 nrjn Thlc I t1 i newer VccUow o the gartns incorrectly Xhblc M Jolmson of plmadelphiaV were washed away and will need rej arcd vacint H FVCI1 MSW rel5ortctl It announced by Judge Wil niling C Hueston commissioner of FINED IX CASE nn ifiio i ill it MI v 11 i uuitim ioiuiii i ui estimated that approxl1 education that the scholarship dc tlH nrm j matcly GOO parsons were That storm years ago this of 1843 was perhaps one of the most historic and unusual happenings ever The Weather to take partmcnt of the Elks has granted 115 i Hyman Classman and Nathan Soto pedes head of the thai j voungNeKroes rrnmrnt nrnmred MBn Three deaths wore rcnorfcd ycstnr in Delaware county by loff distributors of Philadelphia crnmcnt prepared to sign decrees RCJOICC Donna Mood Ridge Blonil sterling performance on the screen Brevities a weekly tabloid publication carrying out thc decisions at once tjav Health authorities led bv Ur rrinzcy j The forrer theological student vvere convicted yesterday of printing Copier will be posted through the j p uakc Of me United States j the COUIUr Dreamy Belle Smear rrTadc his entry to the silver screen j anci circulating an obscenepaper and country today Public HrnUh Service concentrated Crittall torgci Xot Bright Moon theatre by way of the tough upward fined S10D each with jail terms of The decisions were made to return on a search for the carrier VISITKD IM MEM8KR A Ladw Pal Busy Spain climb of a stage career He was first three months each to las suspended the nation to Us preMachado status Marlin Barton Diadorius Rope Obcrnn Sclence that flood wrought more de struction nrid loss of life in this sec tion than ever before or Western Pennsylvania Partly cloudy toniglil and Saturday possibly local showers Saturday in local smnvcrs oinuriiiis in rxircir it all happened within thc space of t u N t mujch ch i I NVtather clear track fasti r iiinu iutii witu jati ij tutjiii scarcn ior me carrier i 11 i climb of a stage career He was first three months each to suspended the nation to Us preMachado status Following the close of their meet rainy ai in light opera from which he was I if they cease such operations by Sp and bscin jfresh from there They JACKSON Miss Aug inj last evening a larsc group of I oclock i firedT by thj stage manager because j tembcr R Louis Toughill editor of i serve alyo to mret the demands of Sleeping sickness caused the death I members of Chcstrr Lodge No 263 sky grew of a beginners blunder Then came j the tabloid was discharged when it such leaders as Carlos Mcndicla andof three patient In thn State Charily r O O F visited the home of Wilj ins tha an hour and a half Thn fifth of August rainy 1843 was i temperature and overcast until about 4 j in the afternoon when thej rp ntid of a beginners blunder Then tamo j the tabloid was discharged when it such leaders as Carlos Mcndicla and of three patient In thn State Charily O thehomft Vf wTij ing than ever noticed before by a season of onanight stands with a was said that he was merely thetool former Prcsident Mario Menocal that Hospital this week it becameknown Iliam Weir In Ridley Park Mr Weir county residents Grcnt flashes of i f0r a syndicate operating out ofj today All vern Negroes sen I here who is ill is among the most popular Continued on List Page Baltimore Continued on Page Sixteen from dlflcrcnt counties the older members of the lodge Continued on 1asrc Five I TODAYS TEMPERATURES R a m 66 11 a m73 7 a m 67 Noon 7V R n m 68 1 p m 73 9 a m 70 2 p m 73 10 a m 72   

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