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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - August 26, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              Wf 00 FINAL EDITION With All Litest and Best News of the Day 57TH 17681 LMliv Leased Wire Reports of United Press UP arid IntcrrmlonM News Service INS CHESTER PA SATURDAY AUGUST 2G 1933 EIGHTEEN PAGES PRICE TWO CENTS NEWSUPER BOARD CREATED CHECKS CODE OPERATION NRA Fearing Prices May Outrun Employment Prompts Step Coal and Automobile Agreements Still to Be Written Under Johnson WASHINGTON Aug Fearful prices nuiy outrun employ ment as business is organized under codes of fair competition National Recovery Administrator Hugh S Johnson today was preparing to create a super board to follow the opera tion of codes Reports that prices have been ad vanced to an unusual degree in manj lines of business prompted Johnsor to take this step while he is still en gaged in the task of bringing the major industries of the nation undei theadministration The new phase in the development of the NRA is regarded by some ob servers as the most important part of the vast program of mobilizing busi ness for shorter hours and higher wages With the recovery act setting up a bar against monopolies but giving business the right to organize despite the antitrust laws the plan of John son calls for n governmental or ganization to keep a checkrein on business during the life ot the rej covery administration i The work of administering the codes according to Johnson will be placed largely in the hands of in dustrial committees with the Gov ernment keeping watch and ready j to take action at any time AI A general code board with boards MlSSCS for each with the Pros idcnt having the power to modify codes and the Department of Justice authorized to prevent the new plan calls for the most far reaching supervision of business op erations yet attempted LEGION HEAD NEW STATE LEADER CODE ON MILK ISCOURT FAVORS ASKED IN NYAREA COUNTY PROBE PENNA IN APPEAL BY GRAND JURY i Kiny Meets Represent udgc MacDade Expresses lives of Boards to Rcyui Belief Investigation Is late Dairies Warranted the federal government coopernlion between pnrties ultiiruitcly lo come under Ihe agreement and representa tives of state boards Innls A Johnson left of Clarksburg national commander of tlic j The agreement will bc designed to American confers at Pennsylvania state legion meeting in Iliila icynlate dealiiiRS nttiong producers 1OUIS A JOHNSON OTTO T MKSSNKR Phihi Exchange lissatisDeclares Prompt Action ficd Complaints to lie to Remedy Conditions Is Considered Imperative NEW YORK Aug 1 Bin strongly in tavor of n Grand Representatives ot milkproducing Jury investigation lit Delaware sfUcs in the New York Cily inilkshcd county Judge Albert Dutton Mac hiive agreed to ask the Federal Gov Dadodeclared yoslordnv eminent for a Uivrie agreement to rcg the dairy industry Dr Clyde L IC tlie Federal government representatives of New York new Jcr sey and Connecticut millc boards and i to everybody who applies foi a decision to reiuesl a code was llcm tho Bounty is full of dives formulated i m R thorough investigation The conferees ngrccd a committee epdcd Tito District Attorney is la court while hearing the details of n brawl representing in 1Jlllky which an operator foi met with i a Private detcciiViwas beaten With beer licenses being handed of chairmen of the three state boards augmented perhaps by Pennsylvania and Vermont representatives1 should work out details Three principles were agreed to They were Control active and probably should uestlrroc to nction Judge MncDndc said hent cdly The Grand Jury meets in Sep teniber and I want to say opinlj jurisdiction between the states raid now UVH IV complete invcstigatloi ilclpliii with Otto F Messner of Lancaster new stale commantier If we find a runaway price we will call in the governing body of the in dustry and say that there is an abuse Continued on Last Page NORWOOD BUGLE LEGION SESSIONS CORPS NEAR TITLEEND WITH PARADE Capturing State Fourhour March Draws Championship Honors by Thousands Womens dealers consumers and the state con trol hoards The milk code will be drawn up so as to furnish no points of conflict with NRA codes already adopted by lite milk industry A similar milk agreement vyas understood to be near completion in Philadelphia although opposed by certain groups in the Pennsylvania milk industry STATUS IN rKNNSVhVANIA Onetenth Point While Pennsylvania farmers were appealing today to the federal gov ernment for revocation of the new milk pact Chris B Linbach presi The jinx that has pursued the j Business sessions concluded lhedcnt ot tlic Philadelphia Milk Ex Auxiliarv Elects MISSING MEDIA BOATMEN RETURN Good seamanship and a knowledge of weather conditions and the treach erous traits of the Delaware River and Delaware Bay are the reasons attributed for the safe return of Ed ward Hansen of Middletown road near Media and James Stokes of Fourth street Media The men whose families and friends feared they had been lost during the storm in an attempt to bring a 30foot cabin boat from Atlantic City to Essington had not been heard from after leaving Atlantic City on Sat urday They appeared at their homes last evening with an interesting tale of their firsthand encounter with the elements Atlantic City was dropped behind the staunch little vessel on Saturday afternoon and the men weathered a stormy trip to Bowers Beach Del where they arrived late Sunday after 110011 It was at first believed they had continued on to Essington from Bow ers Beach and had been lost in the bay or river Hansen and Stokes had profound respect for the powers of Neptune when on a rampage and knowing the moods of the bay and river snugly tied up their boat at Bowers Beach and remained there to await the cessation of the gale Every effort was made to notify their fam crack drum and bugle corps of the John Wesley Cross Post American Legion of Norwood was again in evidence last night when the Ches ter pike aggregation lost the state championship by onetenth of a point to last years champions the I Green Trojan Corps of Greensburg a The competition was so keen that it was long after midnight when the Judges anounced their decision the last ballot cast giving the first three corps the following score Greens burg 93 Norwood 9209 Henry H Houston Post Germantown 9205 First prize was S400 second third S100 The Green Trojans will represent Pennsylvania in the na fifteenth annual convention of the j Pennsylvania department of the j Continued on Last American Legion ended COLLING DALE MAN73 larly in Philadelphia today with n nlrc nrnv ixr 111 ivr CC I II IT W IX I I i If I H SJ fourhour parade Paul H Griffith of Uniontown re tiring commander marshaled the column which svaing through the heart of the downtown section past civil and military dignitaries in the reviewing stand before historic Inde pendence Hall DIES FROM INJURIES AND NOW MR STORK GOES NRA Struck by an automobile as he was alighting from a motor bus at MacDadc boulevard and Woodlawn avcnus Colllngdalc last night at John Weber 73 years old of Resolutions forecasting the vetj Barlram avenue ColUngdale suf tional contest at Chicago 111 in October This is the fifth consecutive year that tlie Norwood outfit has been nosed out of the coveted champion ship by a fraction of a point but the thousands in Shibe Park who wit nessed the colorful competition thought that the Delaware county aggregation was the and best drilled corps totakc the field furcd injuries which resulted in his death this morning at at Fitz geraldMercy Hospital in Darby The driver of he automobile said by police to have been responsible for the mans death was Gerald B Still of II North Wells avenue Glcnolden Still was arrested by Pa Winners in the four sections of the I trolman Thomas Welsh of the Col drum and bugle corps competition j lintdale police force and arraigned erans active participating as a unit in politics to wage a battle for in creased compensation were adopted at the final session Concluding speakers continued the Legions lashing offensive against the governments economy program and reduced veterans benefits last night and their scores out of a possible 100 points were Green Trojans of Grecnsburp Post 318 Bugle and Drum Corps class A 93 points Memorial Post 448 Du quesne class B Bugle nnd Drum Corps 85I points George A Amole and Uiair music was conceded to lie Past No 47 Pottstown drill teams the best This same corps was flftn i nnri in the national corps competition when the national convention was held in Boston Mass Everyone agreed last Norwood is undoubtedly 826 points and Hnrrisburg Post No 27 band contest 964 points Delegates from Eric informed Otto for hearing before Magistrate Robert J BacBride of Collingdale who held him in S2000 bail to await the action of the coroner Deputy Coroner George D Marvel ot Darby took charge of tlie body V M R C OUTING of conditions in this county shouk e made and some action taken ti remedy the conditions which every one knows exist he remarked The courts comments followed hearing conducted by Assisinnt Ois trict Attorney C William Kraft ii which Kdwrtrd McCormlck 21 o Darby was tried for violnting parole McCoimlck was acquitted c a chargeof selling liquor nt thelas term of court but was ordered I pay the costs of the case He was re leased after making iirrnnKoments t make payments each week On August 17 Assistant District Attorney Kraft received u letter from Mrs Theodore Baylor of Darby wife of an operator employed by James Meli local private detective In which she said that McCormick hurt threat ened to get her husband for testi fying against him at his trial Ac cording to the letter McCormick nnd a friend also attacked Edward Trailer of Darby another operator and severely beat him Traner testified yesterday that he was In a beer parlor on Fifth street Darby when McCormick accompa nied by another youth and two girls attacked him McCormick denied the chiirges and said that his friend who was intoxi cated attacked Trailer He denied making any threats against Baylor After hearing his testimony Judges Broomall and MacDadc held him un der a bond to keep the peace and ordered him committed to the county jail until the costs In the liquor case arc paid There arc too many of these so called cabarets in the county and the district attorney should Investigate and close dozens of them Judge MacDiuie said Mr Kraft replied We arc willing to Investigate any complnlnls we re ceive and take whatever action Is BREAKS IN ADD TO TROUBLES IN FLOODED AREA Hundreds of Homeless in Tinicum Township Re ceiving Relief NEW US MONEY POLICY LOOMS AH arrangements have for neccssary Why wail for complaints the drum and bugle corps in Eastern f already Pennsylvania their showing having j c the annual picnic of UIQ j in this county t Mens Republican Club which night trm i elected siatc commander that a I will be held tomorrow at Lttwa s i v th5 ucst I skeleton convention committee had farm Twin Oaks judge retorted Perhaps the Sep tember Grand Jury will arouse some of the officials of this county into action I am openly slating there should be a Grand Jury Investigation skeleton convention committee had formed to plan for next won them a contract to appear at a i AH Ofjccr Philadelphia theatre for a week Prutsmnn chairman of the general committee cxpecLs n record ifficers of the American Leeion i attendance as the weatherman prom atixiliarv were reelected ises clear weather The program will TheNorwood corps will be one of j T Mrs Erm Beadle consist of games of Ml descriptions Uij J le SliRmokln president Joseph in Philadelphia this afternoon Tlic parade starts from Twentieth street I and the Parkway at 1 JO Other corps and their scores In ln an Class A for units of 35 pieces or more I vice Mrs were Tarcntum Prfst of Tarentum slcr cxe 894a Lafayette Post of Uniontown j Mr Al B850 t Clair eastern vice prcsi F McEntirc Lock Haven central vice president Mrs John P Bair Vandergrift western Charles W Dres cxeculivc secretary Mrs Arthur L ilies in Media but all such efforts were of no avail as every means of travel and communication were cut off between Bowers Beach and the outside world Lancaster post 8470 The boat set out yesterday morn WilkesBarrc Post i94a i Mrs Mabel D stirk West PiUston ing ann began the long upriver jour Member of the Green Trojans Post chaplain ncv ending shortly after dark Drum and Bugle Corps wore pea green H J coats gray trousers with a green T urvi i A i i v During the day music will be fur nished by an orchestra TIEANSFEK ANNOUNCKI Among the clerical appointments and transfers announced yesterday bV Cardinal Dougherty is that of Rev Joseph M Farrcll assbUmt HERE ON OFFICIAL VISIT s with a green T stripe down the legs black Sam lljlj rector Church of Chester St Agnes West Browne belt black gauntlets and Henry Johnson president of the striking Alpine carabinicri hats with Viscose Company arrived in West Chester yesterday from England and will make his temporary headquarters in the Mansion House Hotel West Chester During his stay in this country he intends to make a survey of the Viscose plants throughout the United States He is expected to visit the Marcus Hook plant at the begin ning of next week Mr Johnson lives in Coventry England BREAKS ARM IN FALL IN MASONIC TEMPLE flouncing black plumes Harrisburg Post the band con1 General Smedlcy Darlington Butler test over its only rival Lieut Joseph j retired Marine Corps General and resident of New town Square will bc the principal speaker this evening at a rally of the ButlerAllen Inde pendent Republican followers to 1x3 held in the auditorium of Masonic Temple Broad and Welsh slrcets S Ferguson Post of Philadelphia by a score of 964 lo In the Class B drum and bugle corps contest for units of less than 35 pieces Memorial Post of Duqucsnc won first prize of S200 Waller A Frank Post of McAdoo won sccj STREAMS HIGH IN MANY PLACES PAFTPIP W V V VTkllf 1 UIvlY ITV 1 L I Special to the Times Other speakers will bc Major John ond prize and George Allhouse PostJH Fay a candidate for Sheriff Mrs of Norristown took Ihird prize moncyj Vera Gugcrt Director of the Poor j candidate George W Allen candi Fivn vrar nlri Frrri Kirirk of Hit ln lhe dri first date for controller of the county tropta Amolc Post Samuel 11 Harsliiw candidate for and 82G second clerk of Courts Thomas P his right Chester reduced thn SHIPYARD Farm Lands Still Covered as Result of Storm DeathToll Set at 49 NEW YORK Aug A license It wed was issued at the Mimlclpa Building here this morning lo Mis Jane L Cheyney 21 of 317 Stat street Media and Joseph Gladdci Walker 2i uf 101 McCormick strcei Ridley Park Pa Tlicy will be mar ried in the Little Church Around Hi Corner by the Rev Randolph Ray The bride was born in Media th daughter of Roy J and Jennie Jonc Chcyncy Mr Walker the son n Autliur W nnd Fannie Ireland Wa kcr was born In Carnegie Pa STATE HIGHWAY PATROLPRA1SED Efficiency Is Commended by Executive of Keystone Automobile Club nlqur nnnnuiiccnirnts iif thr lirdi if n liiiby ilijuUlcr arc Ininr sint No Casualties Reported Stale Aids Volunteer Re lief Workers Additional breaks in the Darby and now Creeks inthe Iinicum township section it wai feared yesterday would add to Ilia suneiim of i he more than 100 resi dents ot Die township and nearly 300 ifxUliiHs of ihe meadows section of the Fortieth ward in West Phila delphia which joins Tinicum at Ninetyfourth street the dividing line between the two counties All of the stricken residents of tho Bow Crerk section nre believed lo have been removed to safety Mr and Mrs William Hoesch widely known losidiiils of that locality for years wen finally rescued by Tinicum police yesterday after they had been marooned all night in an automobile Mrs Hoesch jiollcc said was coin polled lo stand in water for five hours before she was able lo find shelter in tlie automobile George Peters a trucker and a Mrs Fanell and lier four children were among others re moved lo safety from the flood area In Bow Creek yesterday I lie last fam ily being removed shortly before 6 oclock Concern was felt for a caretaker at the KssiiiRlon rifle range who It was feared might have drowned bc muse of inability of rescuers to reach him Tinicum police visited his bun Kalow lust night and after careful investigation arrived at the con is Mrs IaulliK Umlniul his wifr unit inollier of ISiby Crctcli hese by K K Uiiihiml man of Itnuiklliic Mass U rlslit i elusion tlliit he had probably made LIKII his way lo a place of safety Members of the 103d Engineers regiment of the National Guard who eixrly In Ihc week had been ordered to report nt the Esslngton rifle range for target practice today iind to morrow will be unable to get any where near the range which is cov ered with water and badly damaged small buildings having been washed CHESTER GIRL SWIMMER LOSES Vdministration Program to Miss Clara Linski Makes Synchronize With Plans to Increase Buying WASHINGTON Aug developments and application Valiant Try in Race at Toronto Can TORONTO Can AUK Buildings In a dog kcnnell on Tin I 0Mile jcum avenue some distance from the roadwny were carried by the flood wiilers into the road Engineers from the Bureau of For ests and Waters at Harrisburg wero In Tintcum until a late hour last Mrs rtulli Tower Corson stroking f a dcflnllt administration money j across the finish line leading nil ollcy to with plans to other contestants by a wide margin ncrcasc muss purchnslnc pownr wiis for tlic olfered in the anj A1Ixr i iir rcdlcted today in well informed conI mini Toronto 10mile swim marathon iMKiDIA resslomU circles I uncl tin runncivjup completing the Intimations of the administrations I tlKTlctill course within u short lime text move to revive business came us i afterward Clnru liiwki attractive epresentatlvcs of the congressional I yen rold Chester nirl swimmer was nfliitlon bloc maneuvered to compel i waging a uiunc buttle with the resident Hnoscvclt to create water and with iv group of 14 other money during the hnxt iiisaion of i competitors In the Held of 16 entries put up a still fight lo the finish j Alrs Corson phased the MIIL with n time of 5 hours 2H minutes and 10 Political observers were convinced congress would vote or compulsory inflation next January I prices nnd purchasing power then vere In the same relative position Enactment of compulsory inflation was avoided last session only by mi administration cotnpioniLse Continued on Last HITTBN BY SNAKE Mrs Frances McFall of Aim street Media was hnnslng up clothes in tlie yard nt tltc rear of her home when liei attention was by a stir ring at her feel She looked down lit time to see a large thrust seconds fu cover the course Evelyn Armstrong swimming he course In came in second with the other money wlnnerH finishing as follows Dorotliy Navclaiko lciih lllley Mary Looncy ice 10nille but contestants dropped out new money Mr Roosevelt lias not j of Ulc fact Unit Mr Roosevelt Thomas antl TA1C imcndincnt to Hie Fni m Hillauthor rcm Llu utilized thesn powers Reports and denials of Imminent currency Inllntion do not idler Capitol Hill opinion that in curly autumn Mr Roosevelt will bo ready witli the money question In ft manner that will check tlic congressional drive Thi of i conijrossioniil in flation storm are flying in the Kouth and West The direction of Mr Roosevelts thought appears to best repre sented by a nieiion which lie lini risked repeatedly In recent weeks of White House visitors nppeuliag for relief for farmers nnd othersIn ef fect the ij i lest on ts How can we get money j Hit water was of an unusually warm temperature nnd of those who fulled to place the group of 14 contestants among ilium Miss Linski were the survivors of the large field As the sixth place winner Lucy Spence crossed the line I lie Judges of the contest insisted that Die remaining HWlrnmers Icim the lo avoid any possibility of unnecessary acci dent which might result from allow ing themto needlessly continue i Us heiul out of the grass and Ihrust It In her direction Mrs McFall screamed tvnd ran into Ihc house Neighbors went to her assistance and found she luirtbccn bitten in ths left leg near the ankle Mrs McFall was taken lo Ihe Ches ter Hospital where the bite was given treatment No evil affects from ths bile are cnlcrlaincd A search was made for the snake but it haddis appeared from the yurd and appar ently the neighborhood SCHOOL OPENING DATE ANNOUNCED In the interest of economy t was announced that the schools in Lower Chichestcr township would not be opened until October 2 The settinp It Is reported Hint Miss Linski 1 back of the opening date reduces the when she left Hit water and was school term to an eight months assisted Into a boat was in fine connpriod dltion nnd appeared lo lie capable of kecpiijiijip her even steady perform ance for an almost indefinite dix Basking in sunshine the first time in a week the eastern seaboard to to I tiince The Chester Klrl appeared as masses so that they will have In fresh ami ready to go as when she croascd purchasing power at the starting point informed senators predict a syii Those who witnessed the contest chroniml program involving the dol lar accelerated ubllc works expen ditures and speedy realization of Ihc benefits sounht Iroin iv codification of business nnd industry under tlie National Oecovcry Administration Insistent denials at Hyde Park and at the Trcnsury challenge recurrent reports Hint Mr Flooscvcll will the Tliomns inflation amendment powers which Include revaluation of the gold dollar nnd Ihc printing of The state Highway Patrol now i Treasury notes Open market ptir uhdcr attackis defended by the Keyj chases of Federal securities hy tlic day set about bringing order f rom stonc Automobile Club which In a Fcfcal Reserve System Rave rise this the destruction wreaked by one of j statement yesterday asserted the wcek lo currency Inflation reports were loud in their acclaim of Miss Linskis steady nnd untiring perform ance In the water and us Ihc contcst fints reached thn shore she was con gratulated by those who had carefully followed Ihe contest with powerful ClnsscK either from accompanying boats or from the shore DUNKAN CIVEN NKW u period Officials of the lownship educa tional body request all parents who have children entering the first grada lo comply fully with the law concern ing vaccination and bc in position to present n certificate of vaccination when enrolling children TopicsofTimes A man In Marcus Hook was in jured as the result of a bursting lire Another argument against in flation read so much about nudisti ihcse days that we are just waiting for the NRA to cover them with a blanket code U S TKKASUKV BALANCE WASHINGTON Aug The Treasury net balance for August 24 was Sl20901949176 Miscellaneous internal revenue receipts that day were 5241303306 Custom receipts for the month through August 23 were the mast disastrous storms in years t trouble with the patrol is that t With death toll from the storm set ht is not larnc enough properly In1 ALLEGED VIOLATOR ut 9 and properly damafe in the liu KfCBiiard the highways millions mast of the coastal region Motorists said J Maxwell Smllh I LuvUii and Archy Levy candidates emerged from the storm path to general manager of the club would HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY Unltfd Press r for School Board I The meeting will be preceded by ta motorcar parade which will form Despite the fact that thecompany at Third and Highland avenue and is without any big contracts the Sun Shipbuilding Company Ls still busy and is giving employment to hun dreds of mechanics and laborers due will proceed from there lo the Tem ple A car bearing General Butler will lead the parade i start linal checkup of damages and start rehabilitation work The tem pest had swung well into Canadian territory this morniny its force waning The death list with additional casualties threatened from Impend welcomc i substantial increase in the number of patrolmen Irom the pres ent force of 515 The expense would bc more than offset hy increased safety of the highways Referring to a recent statement emanating from HarrisburK Mr to the work awarded in rccondYlioni TWO FLIMFLAM ing ships and scrapping obsolete I vessels i Durins tlie past fortnisht there has been some unrest amcng certain groups at tlih yard noUvHhstandin Ihc fact that the company officials i fully worked on several unsuspecting arras ing floods in Pennsylvania Delaware j Smith snid the attack had missed the i and New Jersey was set at H in mark because the checkcollecting rv Pennsylvania xurc nuw i acuvuy 01 UK major crui bl hL I O H K LI Jersey 10 Delaware 2 Vistula 11 j born greatly curtailed William F funlRan former special agent in charge of prohibition inI In the opinion of most vrstlKfttors In the Philadelphia Icrj the man who lells his wife all ha rilory has been assigned to take knows doesnt know very much u of the new prohibition force Sleeping sickness has killed several AC A IN IN TOILS lor Vlrcinia Maryland and Dia Sleeping sickness has killed several v j trict of Columbia territory it was Uve western states We merely announced yesterday i prlnL u1sns a warning for some ot John Ncrnee 40 of tlin TOO block East Eighth street who was arrested Is In this area coming hue about three years ago two months aKo for selling whiskey jrom Kansas City He will bc trans to 1 12yearold girl wss arrested I to his new territorv within a again yesterday when police raided lew dilys In ihLs area lieWLS under his home and confiscated several gnli commniur of John Pcnnlnglon Ions of nllcgnd lifjiior our ambitious cops After two ycars they are going to build a dwelling house here Wonder who Ls going lo rent it Rrscarch experts throughout nnd Maryland 10 The Schuylkill MUCH the beginning of the yctir Said to be implicated in a flini and Delaware riversMn Pennsylvania ft obviously is unfair chtulnucd were still at hiKh marks with wide under water mittce flow the cost of operating a AT HAWTHORNE Ways flam panic which has bsen success were still vl liiKh marks with wide Mr Smith to compare as the com M1Zitrtn Homn Tho fullv worked on several unsuspecting areas alreadyunder water i mittce does the cost of operating a 5 nonan i no have aerecd to every specification in i mcfchanls in this city two suspccts IhroiiRhout southern New Jersey slntewidf highway patrol v tlie NRA code drawn up for ship Joseph Brooks 33 of Swarthmorc and parts of Dflrwnre and Maryland cost of operating a bureau Niimovn rnmVHVni iv aaiiiuusiraior He was country arc trying to Invent tetter Numerous complaints have been active In the recent probe of Dela chinaware What Is ncedrd noatlv ado by neighbors concerning ware county dhhi for tired hwsc ernncs place nnd police say an op wasmng cusn lor urea nousc GKNKKALLY FAIR WK ATI IKK mndc Nernn ra to search and old in XSOO ball for builders On Thursday some forty walked out asking for an increase 1 venue Ridlev Park and Charlcs men Kirschbauni 31 of 11m 1100 block Royal Guinea Lydia Ann Grand in wagesThesemen walked off their Prince Knight Commuler Wcathtr cloudy track fasl AT CONEY ISLAND Remington street are being held here under overflow waters In Upper New Jersey slntewidf highway patrol with the streams were still danscrously hiih partment at HnrrisbuiR In fact Dougherty farm lands in many places were there is no basis for comparison ex made by nnlccllvr Captain and Detectives Ilnrdman and for county authorities Both men were arrested yesterday by city detectives and Delectivcs Kap lan and Neimeyer of the district at torneys oflice They were given a preliminary hearing inpolice court this morning no evidence being of fered Flight Tommy Play Captain Bill jobs while hundreds were at the gates of the plant begging work Many of these hundreds could have easily filled the jobs of the dis gruntled men but the company re fused to become involved in the argument and carried on as usual Several of the men who walked out applied for their jobs this morning They were taken back and will con caUitig a store tion facilities tinue to work under the NRA code i article sent lo a particular address tho delivery boys to bc given change New York where streams were swol len by torrential rains the high wa ter was receding and danger of floods was not considered immediate Communication was being restored to communities cut of from the out side world with telegraph and telc phone companies reporting that the The racket they are suspected of Maryland Eastern Shore and Dela having worked is ihe old game of ware towns linked with communica cious Just Mrs Tfollistcr Unbelief Prcco FOR WORTHY PURPOSE Fifty guests attended a dinner j given by members of the Four Horse FT MIHTIX FLOODED for a S20 bill SPRINGFIEU POST RECOK1 cept the superficial one of jotting down figures on paper The facl therefore that it cost S234000 more in the lasl blcnnium lo operate the patrol than it did to run the Depart ment of Forests and Waters will hardly cause anyone high blood pres sure No charge is made that the ex pense of maintaining the patrol Is excessive No accusation Is made of dishonesty in the administration of the unit Yet by innuendo there is 1 created a suspicion totally unsiip ported by facts that thf patrol Is TAX COLLECTOR FRY IS REAPPOINTKD k OTI Someone has sttcpested thiit AS I unemployed in this city bc employed to cut the various weeds on vacant Generally fair weather wllh not lotS Some scensto that much change in temperature Is pre dicted today and tomorrow In East A restaurant man is being sued bn ravise a waiter dumped a foodladen I ern Pennsylvania New Jersey Del unv down a customers neck Which aware and Maryland Edward S Fry has been reap pointed lax collector In this city for the year 1934 by the County Com missioners It Is umlcrslood that Mr Frys bond to collect taxes for 1D34 has not yet been filed The appointment was made by The highest temperature here yes I calls for a better balanced diet lerday was 8R degrees at 5 p m nnd In case you didnt recognize it thai the lowest vas 11 at 7 a in The bright object in the sky yesterday waj Charles H Drewcs and C Edwin I and sunset will average of 80 was seven degrees above normal for the date and three degrees above the average August 25 last year Maximum temperature for the date Is 94 established in and mini mum 54 In 1884 Sunrise toduv was the sun The Weatber at Fort Mifflin on the Delaware river isomchowor other lavish in expendj juit below the mouth of the lure of state funds j kill Philadelphia was under several j From our own exhaustive Invest Hunter with James F Desmond the i Eastern Daylight Saving time Ihird commissioner voting against the rcappoinlmcnt of Fry i 623 a m p m SFKIOIJS JHSHAP Vounp Bill Half Day Kibit7fr Yamalllon Tack Murphr 5 None J Rifling UIUD 01 iown1 American Legion post 227 of ship on August 22 for the benefit of j Springfield won the convention rec the periiatric department of the ord for 100 per cent attendance i Taylor Hospital Ridley Park James i Their Bule and Drum Corps was in Skclly president of the club and Mr i the big second in line and Clay secretary were present Thomas marching as The Black Watch Clark acted as master of ceremonies Scotch music was their specialty 01 water alter a ivrtoot sci wall collapsed at one place A naval tug was pressed into service to remove Ihe men If necesary from Ihe army munitions reservation It was said that virtually every building was of lies we fovmd no tack On patro arc frank ihinc that ann us activito say we hatfe justifies the atwe feel City ac forcfinRO hand yes trade to the t Marilou ConRlcton 20 of Gnrdrn accidentally amputated the er and thumb of his left hand yesterday while working at his butchfr He was taken to ihe Cheater Hospital for trcat WASHINGTON A up The wcalhcr forecast Easltrn Penn i sylvania New Jersey partly cloudy i loniglit nntl Sunilay not much I intemperature UCtcrn Pennsylvania partly cloudy Kdward Wysocki 20 of Leipervillc tlnisit Sunday fair Not much sustained n fractured arm In an auto in MOTOUIST INIURK1 mobile collision on the Ridge road near the Congolcum Plant Linwood j about I 3 m tills morning He was j tskcn to the Chester Hospital by a j companion Milton Huctt and Riven trciUmcnt for his injurte The dam age to the cars was slight TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m 1 a m 8 a m 9 a m fifi 10 a m71 fifi 11 a m 74 0 Noon 72 f   

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