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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - August 29, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              tttlt FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH 17683 Dally Leased SVire Reports of Unltd Press OP and News Service INS CHESTER 1X TUESDAY AUGUST 20 1933 PRICETWO CENTS 7 KNOWN DEAD AS TRAIN FALLS INTO NM CREEK 50 Reported Injured as Golden State Limited Cracks Up in Washout Locomotive Submerged it u n s B c t w e e n Los Angeles and Chicago EDITOR MOLEY POSES WITH NEW ASSOCIATES DALHART Tex Aug Seven bodies have been removed from wreckage of the Golden State limited near Tuculncari N M division head quarters of the Rock Island Railroad were advised today The report said seven were known dead and one miss ing TUCUMCARI N M Aug persons were known to have been killed seven others arc believed dead and more than 50 ad ditional suffered injuries early today when the Golden State Limited crack passenger train on the South ern Pacific Railroad ran into a weakened bridge and went into Hargis Creek six miles west of here The known dead include James Randall 50 fireman and four passengers C JCroft 52 engineer is buried under the locomotive in the creek and is believed dead The train crashed into the creek while running at a high rate of speed Heavy rains in the region had caused the normally dry creek to rise rapidly weakening the bridge The engine mail car baggage car a standard Pullman a tourist Pull man and a day coach crashed into the creek and were partially covered with water AH the doctors and nurses In Tucumcari and surrounding towns were rushed to the scene and the work of rescue got under quickly More than fifty injured were given first aid treatment and rushed to Mercy General Hospital The little hospital was quickly filled and a tern SOFT COAL PACT IS AGREED UPON ICKES OIL CHIEF Operators and Mincrs Ending Long Dispute Inferior Secretary Named by Roosevelt ioual Post Professor Raymond iVIolcy dean ot the lloosevrll IJrsin Trust who resigned as assistant secretary nf to edit a new national weekly is shown Ueft In New Vor k as iie discussed plans for Die new magazine with Vin cent Astor publisher and W A Harriman an associate The publication il is understood will become an official mouthpiece of the Koosevelt aclministnilton PIKE KIWANIS IN NKA C AM PA 1C N The Chester Pike Klwonis Clubs NRA army hi command of Major General Robert W Walls will to night fire the opening gun in the campaign to bring virtually the en tire pike area with the exception of I one town which is Individually or Ail O p t LOOO Banized under the scope of the Blue A mass meeting of residents of Col llngdale Sharon Hill Darby town shipj Folcroft Cllenoldcn Norwood Ridley Park is scheduled for tonight at 8 oclock In Boonc ivvenue school j Glenoldcn when prominent speakers familiar with various phases of tho I NRA drive will make addresses Rob ert W Walls who Is president of the club Is majorgeneral of lha pike ttreii and will preside Speakers tonight will include R H Horton executive vicepresident of the Philadelphia Business Progress 5000 HAPPY BOYS TOWNSHIPS MUST PARTICIPATING PAY DELINQUENT IN PICNIC TODAY to Addi Chcster Park the Scene of Activities Parade Preceded Outing Annual AlYair is Under Direction of Committee of Citizens Drastic Action is Taken by Local School Board Con cerning Question WASHINGTON Aug 1hn National Recovery Administra tion was within striking distance of Us first objective today virtually as sured of having all basic industries under the Blue Kdfile by Labor Day j sistant district attorney of the county To Deny Use of High School Facilities if the Ruling is Unheeded Between live and six thousand boys j hi a regular session which was de marched behind Grand iiycd due to the tardiness of sev Timothy McCarcv and Mavor William larcuness OI Ward Jr In the parade that ushered ml of lhc directors the school board Association nnd Guy De Furiu as1 boys this morning citys annual picnic day for Recovery Administrator Hugh S Johnson announced settlement of one of ihe nations most longstanding disputes between capital and labor last nlgVn when he revealed lors of nonunion soft coal mines COUNTY FIREMEN MEET AT HOLMES OFFICER GETS MAN WANTED TWO YEARS The camera eye and good memory of Patrolman Buck McKenna yes Urge More Stringent sought for two yEnrs on sus Governing Convictions in I Picion of larceny I The suspect was slated as John Arson CaSCS Baldwin 21 of the 1700 block West Seventh street He was held for i questioning bv detectives when given The increasing number of false fire hearing in police court jlarms which of late have been keep today ng fire fighters in this city and i Police say that two years ago a county on the jump as well as thc fmmty justice ofthe peace was asleep i in a parked automobile on Market aws whereby it is said to be imposj sUcet1 ncar Mary street and when sible to obtain a conviction in an he awoke he discovered the loss of a Continued on Last Iaie TRANSPORT PLANE FALLS 5 ARE DEAD AMARILLO Texas Aug trimotor plane of the Trans continental Western crashed near Quay N Air M killing the chief pilot the and three passengers Lines today copilot The chief pilot wns Howard Mor gan of Los Angeles was W G Barcus The copilot Officials ot the line here announced three passengers were killed and gave their names as Mr and Mrs Ralph Gore Albuquerque N M and their 3yearold grandchild In Kansas City the officials said the dead passengers on the plane were Mr and Mrs R B Edwin of Los SAN ANTONIO Tex Aug army fliers wore killec today in a midair airplane collision near Randolph Field The dead were Lieut Harley R Grater Lebanon Ind Cadet Willian Pasche Chicago and Cadet Harold R Sandberg Denver CASE IS ONE FOR CIVIL ACTION HOMEOWNERS BEING AIDED Policy of the National Corporation Described in Official Statement In order that the people of the nation who have been faced with a j difficulties in handling loans on thcir and leaders of the United Mine Workers had reached a basis of agreej men I for a code lor the bituminous conl Industry Codes for the oil steel textile ud automobile industries al ready have been promulgated Johnson said all that stood between a coul code was agreement on the wording Until then he said none of who will tell the residents of the pike section just what NRA really stands for On September S therewill be n similar mectinfi In Prospect Park High School with MiijorGcncral John D Allison Jr In charge Burgess John A Smith of Coiling dnle will address the weekly dinner meeting of the Chester pike club 10 morrow evening Howard Wolfenden also of Collingdak1 will be the Five Minute The club Is planning to take in a class of more than J5 new members the sidewalks Three boys bunds were in thn lino of punidc furnishing the music for the happy youngsters Thn Clements Hoys Hand mid the Si St last evening took drastic action in rcferencito a total of in tuitions remaining unpaid by the school districts of Aston Chester Upper Chlchcstcr and Lower Chichester Clements Bugle Drum Corps townships The solicitor was author from Philadelphia of more Hum 100 j Icd to announce to pieces and the Chester Y M C A I thut unless tuitions Boys bund had ivbout 10 in line The parade formed promptly at 11 the districts owing from lust term arc paid ihclr pupils will not be permitted lo use the local oclock all the boys assembling at i school facilities upon the opening ot the schools for the fall term President Larkin stated to the board the home of thn Chester Hoys Club Fropt street nnd Concord avenue The youngsters covered an area of i members that the action Is ncces aboiit three city blocks as they began irl vlew of the fact that the city the march hundreds of adults lining school district Is working under great i Thr arson case unless the offender is diamond stickpin and a gold watch similar mioh t 111 t HP nrt vnrp at fhc August noting of thfoefa ware County Firemens Association later recovered in a i HA m n shop Detectives say Baldwin nlts stealing Uie watch properties may have a clear concep tion of the policies of the Home Owners Loan Corporation and to furnish mortgage lenders with a cxplaniiion the following si owl unofliclnlly to involve recogni tion of union long opposed by the operators and a compromise between the unions insistence on base pay of a day and the operators proposal reportedly materially less Johnsons statement said ol the United Mine Workers nnd of operators in the Appalachian bitiminous fields have reached a basis of an agreement covering thw principal points at issue and which this administration Is will ing to recommend to the President This clears the way to the prepara tion of an acceptable code nnd no announcement of provisions can be made until there Is agreement on the TWO ALLEGED BANDITS CAUGHT i economics made necessary by re duced financial Income and that tha nnd cheering the details of the code would be re on Wednesday evening September G I marchers vealcd The agreement was under Carey and Mayor Ward members of j cclvc thcir appropriations Uu committeein charge of the picfrom Inflate which could bo used in ntc were in line They Included In addition lo Grand Marshal Me follr districts should this month rc i cclvc thcir nnnun II 11 v t til I t I I V A I IVJ Clmrlcs A Garland president of the Chester Hoys Club City Controller John T Ross treasurer of the picnic j committee City Commissioners Wal J Luttrcll and State Roprcsonta Police Say Upper Darby Youths Admit 15 Hold lvn Edward Nothnagic r Superln upsancl Robberies A bandit nnd his ac complice a boy of where held in jail without bail lodny alter confess held last night at Holmes when 200 delegates were present from various companies in the county Vice President James R Bagshaw j a member of the Moyamcnsing Hook and Ladder Company of this city brought up the question of the false alarms and the lax arson laws Mr Bagshaw explained that circumstan tial evidence will not convict in an arson case and urged that a change be made in the law governing arson He also strongly urged that the legis lature put more teeth in the law against sending in fake alarms As a result of Mr Bagshaws re marks the association instructed its solicitor William B McClcnachan to draw up resolutions to be presented at the sessions of the State Firemens SENHUEYPLONG HURT ATJARTY Gangster Blamed Other Version is N Y Man Pinned Him With Fist MILWAUKEE Aug Gangsters motivated by slnster in fluences trapped Senator Hucy P Long in the washroom of an ex clusive Long Island Club but thanks to his physical prowess and quick Association urging a change in the lninking hc managed to escape with laws which will make it easier to only lrivlal injurv Long insisted to obtain convictions for arson and also day imposmg a heavier fine for sending in j Tjle Tjouisiana King Fish was in dignant at New York reporters that a New York architectural engineer false alarms Just before the beginning of the en tertainment which followed the busi ness nession the first aid crew of Dis trict Five put on a The stage angered by Longs manner of ap proach had opened an inchlong cut over his left eye The cut was in An echo of an automobile accident at Twelfth and Chestnut streets on the evening of September 14 was heard in police court this morning when Charles R Kuster 19 of 215 Poplar street Sharon Hill appeared for hearing A car driven by Kuster and one operated by Miss Lucilc Weber of Twentysecond and Upland streets figured in the collision the young woman sustaining injuries As there was no criminal charges against Kuster he was discharged The case will be settled by civil action flictcd by a knife Long gangster who had a and he was aidec gangsters who also darkened nnd one of the members of the crew climbed a ladder on the stage apparently to adjust one of j by thrco 5thcr 1 were armed Continued on Tnc Long lsland prtrly was givc Saturday night at the High Tone Sands Point Bath Club Long ex CCTTAIuo UIC plained he was prevailed upon lo AooUlVlnO IliO UU 1 IHJO attend by persons connected will Composers and Publish He had been at the club 2C riTormniT rvp uu vri JUSTICE Olf PbACb Justice of the Peace the William H ers UNINTENTIONA LLY SOUNDED ALARM The peace and quiet of police head quarters was disturbed at 4 a m tohis appointment day when a burglar alarm in headi quarters sounded and showed that something was amiss in the Chester Cambridge Bank Trust Company building at Fifth and Market streets A heavily armed squad led by Sergeant Desmond ran to the scene only to be greeted by the watchman who sheepishly admitted that he had accidentally touched off the alarm GET TRANSPOKT LICENSE HARRISBURG Aug F Cage and G R Watkins trading as the Blue Line Transfer Company Raymond of Chester township who minutes when he went into the wash was recently appointed by Governor room GifTord Pinchot began his term with Just as I faced the basin and th two hearings at his office 1910 West wail someone struck me from be Eleventh street last night hind he said and upon turnm The first offenders to come before three or four men covered me the new justice were arraigned on saw one strike at my head with drunk and disorderly charges and i knife or something sharp and the magistrate promptly committed i ducked so that it grazed my fore them to jail for 30 days The prisi head One man was locking th oners were John Tucaz no home and door but I stumbled low throug Rox Smith of Flower street i him and managed to wriggle clear A number of friends of Mr Ray I felt blood coming down my fac mond were present as he held his from where it was cut Somcon first court and following the closing i connected with the business met m of the cases congratulated him on Continued nn Last Pa INSULL ARREST I MILK HEARING IS HELD LEGAL SET FOR FRIDAY statement of policy of the cor oration has been furnished the local ommittcc in charge of the movement The corporation will treat as cligi le for refunding by its mortgage idebtcdncss in cases where the wncrs of properties arc in distress n account of unemployment or other onditions beyond their control They not deal with cases where the orrowcr is able to carry out his lortgage contract or is able to con nuc hismortgage arrangement on ny adjusted basis which the lender s willing to make Total resources of the corporation re in cash andbonds ot approxi lately 52200000000 which is ftoout 10 er cent of the present estimated out tanding home mortgage indebted ness of more than It s evident from these figures that he corporation to succeed must mndlc only mortgage indebtedness cases of those really in distress and hat it is the patriotic duty of those vho can continue their arrangements with thcir lenders to do so without actual wording of the agreement and fllB according to police o 15 holdups 1 and robberies during the past month They were arrested last night when hey returned to the scene of a prcvl iiis gasoline station holdup to rc icat the crime detectives said The irlsoncrs identified themselves as Gallagher 22 of Upper Darby the code HYDEPARK N Y Aug Roosevelt today appointed Harold F Ickes administrator of the fair com petition code for the oil Industry under the National Recovery Ad ministration This action was taken by the Chief Executive early today just before the Continued on race Ten MOTORIST VICTIM OF UNUSUAL MISHAP Continued on Page Ten CHESTER TEACHER KILLED IN OHIO Andrew Givenof the 500 block Cast Eighth street sustained slight aceratlons of the face Sundayafter mon when he was the victim of an unusual accident when returning rom a motor trip to Maryland Given accompanied by members of his familywas proceeding along he main highway a short distance south of Wilmington He drove past car on his right which was pro ceeding In the same direction on the jruvclcd shoulder of the highway riinnlnon a flat tire As Given drove by an object was hurled at the windshield of his car the glass was shattered and the object landed in the lap of a passenger on the rear sent of the car It was discovcrc upon investigation that the article which had caused the damage wa the valve stem from the flattened tire on the car which Given wa passing Slight cuts sustained by Glvci from flyine splinters of glass wcr given treatment from an emergcnc kit and the driver of the othcr ca made cood for MIC rtamngr rnnscr t windshield tcndcnt of Police James If Dcaven porl Charles L Flounders Joseph it Ulnktston Eiigcna Hepctto Hugh Collins Bernard Gallagher Peter Smith Norman lohnson Dr S P Gray Dr J Ft T Gray and City engineer F G Hartvlgson Thn a rode route was out Front to Franklin street to Third to Market piifit the reviewing stand In front nf City Hall north on Market street to Edgmont avemic then lo Welsh street to Deshong Park Here there nd Theodore Omlor journc 1C of Mill iiieming the amounts due the Ches Continued nu tiisl Iaqc HELEN JACOBS WILL NOT PLAY UNTIL 34 Athens Appeals Court County Producers to Decides to Hold Utilities Attend King Attacked Magnate fiO Days ATHENS Aug The Ap Not to Preside Eastern Pennsylvania dairymen j Geneva Colcman Negro 27 years old of 225 North Tenth street Darby teacher in the Perry Wright school in Chester township died in Miami Valley Hospital Dayton Ohio Sun day afternoon as the result of in juries she received about midnight Saturday when she nnd three rom psniors were hurled from an auto mobile which went over an embank ment Her three companions were killed instantly The accident according to meager news received by the young woman parents in Darby occurred either in Dayton or near that city ns the party was returning from Indian spoils where they had been attending a convention of the Y B P O E of W following a visit to the Ctn tury of Progress Exosition in Chi cago III The othcr members of the party were Philadclphians and included David Briscos a Philadelphia police man and his wife and Florence Wil liams 239 North Fiftyeighth street Philadelphia a teacher in the Martha Washington School that city Miss Coleman formerly resided on j Central this city She was a graduate of Darby High school and of West Chester State Teachers Col lege ana was pursuing further studies at the University of Pennsylvania She was the daughter of Mr and I contest held In connection tvlth the p Mrs William Colcman of the Tenth I Thirtyfourth National Encampment jstreet addrcjs in Darby Two brothnf the United Spanish War Veterans crs and two sisters also survive The prize money was The two one carrying a vcrc caught while trying lo scale iv In a small alley near Fiftythird and Vine streets Philadelphia They had been pursued from Flfty ourth and chestnut streets by two motorcycle policemen of the fifty ifth and Pine streets station They eluded shots fired nt they crashed a stolen car nto a telegraph pole at Fiftythird and Vine streets Several days ago police said they icld up and robbed it gasoline filling station on the southwest corner of Fiftyfourth and Chestnut streets of At midnight last night Charles Mc Kcndrick 34G4 Kensington avenue operatorof the station saw the men pass In their automobile which was the same they used when he was robbed He telephoned police The police waited at an Intersection until they sighted the men traveling Ciist evi dently on their way back to town The automobile used by the men i the property of J Hllborn 37 Maple avenue Upper Darby from whom II was stolen several weeks ago FA IK A NV coomi WEATHER PREDICTED LOCAL GARAGEiVlEN APPROVE NRA CODE Fair in Eastern Pennsylvania nn I uiuuujr in New Jersey Delaware and Maryland is the forecast for today It will be generally fair tomorrow The highest temperature here yes terday was 89 degrees at 2 p m sind That garagcmcn of this district are and anxious to live up to the RA code drawn up for them was mule plain at a meeting of represent ative garage men held last evening n the Stanley Garage Fourth street ind Edgmont avenue The garage men combined and ormed nn organization to be known is the Midcity Garages fnc The lurposc of organization was to cstab Ish a code of fair practices and busi ness ethics and after the orgiinl sntln was perfected those present agreed to boost the wages of thcir mployes 20 per cent nnd to add ad ditional help to their payrolls The purpose of the meeting was outlined by a proinlnnnt speaker The members elected Ted Abrams president nnd Andrew Alcutt secre tarytreasury Today many garage men who were unable to attend tho Initial meeting notified President Abrams that they were anxious to affiliate themselves with the organ ization They will probably be ad mitted to membership at the next meeting to be held In the Stanley garage on the evening of September 10 Garages represented at last nights meeting were the Stanley Garages Inc Kcllmans public garage Her man brothers and the City Centre lor district Amounts due from tho Individual districts are as follows Aston township Chester town slilp S270G Lower Chichester town ship UpperChichester town ship Hiram E Turner of the teachers committee reported to the board a recent meeting of his committee with representatives of the Negro citizens of the western section of the city who attended the Inst meeting of tho heard to enter protest concerning tho opening of an eleventh grade in tha Douglass school In September HE said that the committee had ex plained to the group that the meas ure came merely as n necessary econ omy measure and to relieve unneces sary overcrowding of the High school building which would necessitate n stagger system of classes He said that the Negro group had accepted tho rulinr of the committee to Includa the eleventh grade at Douglass school although it was against their wishes The new eleventh grade made IS necessary to appoint another teacher to the district forces and the posi tion was awarded last evening to Leon J Hill at a salary of less tha Continued on Page Ten KAN SPEAKEASY TO GET RENT MONEY Ltly Burrows1 Norrls slrcct operated a speakeasy bccauEO It was the only means she had of raisingher rent she Is alleged to havo admitted to detectives who raided her home on the night of August 19 Lily was arraigned for a hearing in police court today and was held In ball for court by Magistrate Michael A Honan Four other Negroes who were arrested as in mates of the place were discharged The case of John Callcri who was arrested Saturday when police mado a halfpint rale on a suspected liotisfi on West Tenth street was con tinued to September C Callcri was held in bond for his appear ance on that date the lowest wns 76 nt 730 a in The average of B3 was ten degrees above normal for the date and five degrees MARBLEHEAD Mass Aug above the average August 28 last Jacobs national tennis year Maximum temperature for the champion is a sick girl and may not date is 91 established In 18B6 and appear again in competition until she I minimum 53 In 1P85 defends her laurels next year The tennis star was in bed today at the Marblehead home of Mr and Mrs Leslie A Friend She Is suffering from a bad cold and an inflamed gall bladder both of which she fought down during the Forest Hills finals that ended In the controversial de fault of Mrs Helen Wills Moody rillIADKLPHIA HANI WINS Word has been received by Monte S Montague irom Los Angeles Cal that the United ypanish War Veter ans Band of PhilKdclphia has been awarded first priw n the bugle corps Sunrise todny was at 625 a m and sunset will be at 738 p m Kastcrn Daylight Saving time HOOKMlDlT AC AWJAILED Alfred Sorgi Faces Charge It is Said of Having1 Violated Parole Chester received authority from the DCals Court today ratified as legal said today they hoped to prove to the nncsl Qf Samuei Insuli American administrator of the Agriculture Public Service Commission today to transport property in Chester and the adjacent fivemile territory HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY Unlltrt utilities magnate Insul was arrested Justment Act that large milk dis at the request of the American govj tnbutors make an unfair profit on ernmcnt the sale of milk Insulls lawyers contended the ar A rehearmg of the recently ap rest was unjustified because Insnll proved milk pact for the Philadelphia had made no effort to evade author milk shed will open in Philadelphia j i ties since the first request for his rriday as a result of numerous com plaints from farmers in the eastern i extradition was made last year The court had been expected to and central sections of the slate AT HAWTHORNE the arrest on the ground that i it was in accordance with the extra diticn treaty under which the Amcr for resu K from the izmg for their Planned Carolyn Oderic Wcalhcr cloudy track fast AT CONEY ISLAND Jeff ONcil Miss Mnf fct Last Attempt Rainbow Dance Imclda Touch Transverse Garb Tusl Mrs Coracle Kentucky Helen Loop Bonnet Trotwood Dr Becker Artist Landovcr Hoosiers Pride Thunder Lou Run ofO Weather clear track fast ican government asks that Insuli be i which is expected to be called before I extradited to answer charges that he September 21 violated bankruptcy laws Washington I The United States has 60 within which to convince the that the request for extradition should be granted Before announcing the ruling the He is in the county jail at Media having been arrested at Marcus Hook last Sunday morning It Is said his arrest was the result of him breaking his parole He will be given a hear ing tomorrow morning before Judge Albert Dutton MacDade Sorgi was arrested and convicted on several occasions for bootlegging On March 28 he appeared In court with his wife and son and was placed on 10 years probation Later he broke into the limelight r rhcn he was summoned before the pant in the Canadian National 10 j the first mile and half ianaround the j Federal Grand Jury conducting the mile exhibition marathon swim at j course without an accompanying rowj Investigation Into the alleged politico Citys Representative In Marathon Swim Returns Clara Linski well known local i water ells in Lake Ontario which swimmer resumed her duties as grip upon the swimmers arms and wnie waning ror results irom tne Swinim1ng instructor at the Y W C legs and remain fast until shaken hearings farmers are quiet y organ nn it iinski Alfred Sorgi of Marcus Hook much publicized liquor law violator Is again MAI COSTS TO FAY James Langley of Church slrcct was arraigned last night before Mag istrate Edward I Shmmvay of the Seventh ward for hearing on charges of assault and battery and disorderly conduct preferred by Lcona Turner of Tilghman street The magistrate imposed the costs of the case on Langley and required him to sign a peace bond for his future good be havior BROTHERS MEET AFTER 35 YEARS John Wilkinson of 303 West Mowry street who started by automobile on a vacation trip to Chicago a few days ago stopped enroutc at Cincinnati Ohio where he visited his brother The two had not met for 35 years The Cincinnati man is engaged in a prosperous business Mr Wilkinson who is superintend ent Tor the Wethcrtll plant of tho Sun ShipbuildingandDrydock Com pany Is accompanied to Chicago by his wife and the lattcrs mother Mrs Harry Hulse ROBBERY SUSPECT IS APPREHENDED Topics of T5 mes western college has picked a president who is only 29 In the fu jlturc they may start picking em at 17 With Companion He Matlchnn know everything Getaway Proved Brief His IjhoHv Tnc death rate throughout tho ii ID jjiuciij country nas dropped to its lowest level health statisticians point out Maybe the depression had Its ad I vantages Patrolman Daniel McCarthy who made a name for hlmsnlf by cipturj Latest movie houses are making tho Ing the Lone Wolf a daring S back rows so that they will be just rgan morning with an interesting loose It was nccccssarjr Miss Linski Later strike of ncr experiences as a particiI says for each participant to swim j when he burglar who terrorized the First j as good as the front rows for hear last year figured in the capture I Ing That is sad news for those who another robbery suspect this morn take in the cinemns so they can taks a nap Bill Dclchanty says the NRA is get ting business out of the red into tha black and the future is rosy A coda of many colors we take it McCarthy and Sergeant Andrew Desmond were patrolling in the vicinity of Twelfth and Kcrlln streets about 130 a m when they noticed two suspicious characters lingering near the Highland Dairy plant The officers watched the vouths and i ruWhlch rcmlnaj that the National then decided to investigate As they Photographers Association has ac approachcd them the suspects climbed center the code Many had expected the steep embankment of the Haiti Ulru Ulc woultt rcPv m tne morc and Ohio railroad and fled along tlvc the tracks pursued by the ofTiccrs I who wore soon outdistanced chase the Schoolboy alhlrtcs around here can Washington officials in announcing bi seen RoiiiR over the hurdles iff roiti tilvs Good practice for any school boy Life Is full of cm of the agreement and license president of the Appeals Court in formed Insuli that he was arrrsted by virtue to a verbal note from the that Thomas M Woodward an at i is known in sport circles that the local j swimmers hand touched A boat flnc attempt was disqualified by the police 1v Desmond nnd McCarthy r i j V mm jurists at Media who claim that Sorgi atcly called police hendqu t VAiiinl nri Iv n trrorvi rrmniM 1 i rVJ to place In the swim participated in Miss Unskl admits she had cher voluntarily agreed lo remain outside asked At the same time It was announced iht h ho mW comiscniea r y immedi e Weather urters and by the best known woman swimmers Ishcd a hope that she might be able the county provided he could escape Legation accusing him ofjtornev bankruptcy No details of charges against Insuli were produced and the court inti mated that if no warrants or prosecu tion papers were produced within the necessary 60 days Insul would be released Insull testified he was born in Eng land and was 74 years old and gave his occupation as a business executive in the United States department preside at tl Dr Clyde L milk administrator Dairy farmers of Bucks Delaware in the world Continued on Pae Ten V S TREASURY BALANCE in mi u to place for some of the six cash j a jail sentence He was one of the AHhough the Chester rcprcsenta prizes ranging from to J96 mentioned by the Federal Grand live was reticent to tell much of her She explained that her trip to To Jury In the Indictments returned on i part she did reveal a number of inj ronto was also made in an effort lo June 29 last and will stand trial In terestlng matters pertinent to the j find out the hundred and one little the Federal courts next month i contest Clara admitted that In useful points to know about when Officials at Media kept Sorgis in reslity swimming Ions distances j competing In distance swims and icarccralion a secret but the news of against the strong tides In the Delaj which serre as a great advantage to WASHINGTON Aug 29 ware river where she has had many i years of experience Is far more strengthsnapping than stroking treasury net balance for August I around the great oblong exhibition Insuli ssid he was a British subject 26 Miscellanc course in water which was clear and until 1896 when he became an Amerous internal revenue receipts that day j warm and without any influence of ican eltizsn by naturalization iwcre Customs receipts current of tide The chief objection Now ho said he uncertain as j for the month through August 26 to the swim was said to be the pros to his citizenship status I were ence of myriads of small sized fresh veteran distance swimmers Asso ciations with the swimmers and their trainers during her stay at Toronto also revealed a wealth of useful in formation to the local girl and she his arrest leaked out today When asked by newspapermen why he was nd o officers beient to the R n the suspects Captain Charles Bushcr airj sightly Ci er and Patrolman Owens responding southcast portion tonight Wcdnes The la in wait alon the tracks fair They lay in wait along the tracks and soon thcir wait was rewarded ycrsev rnrtlv ciondy slightly when a youth in a highly nervous in ccntrll soutuj portioni condition approached He was ar loni lt rested and gave his name as Lewis Western Pcnnsvlvania Fair to Raync 19 of the 100 block East Scvj r Wednesday partlv cloudy not cnth street WMU iry muii wily lie was cnin StrCCI murli rhintrp in tcmnpraturr arrested probation officers waved re1 Booked on suspicion of robbery muc chancc porters aside and told them they j Rayne is hsini held by police for would have to wait until tomorrow I questioning he having been idcnti to find out led hy Desmond as one ofthe youlis who outdistanced him and McCarthy Shortly before police court opened itcr Continued on Pasr Ten fully Intends to return to Toronto Sorgls attorney declared that he summer after a rigid winter of came from Philadelphia to Marcus training and have another try at the j Hook Sunday to visit a sick daugh prlzes TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m 65 11 a m 7 a m 63 Neon B n m 69 1 p m n 70 2 p m 10 a m 70 70 71 73   

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