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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - August 30, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH 17684 Dally Leased Wire Reports of United Piess UJ1 and International News Service INS CHESTER PA WEDNESDAY AUGUST 50 TRICE TWO CENTS PROSPERITY ON WAY BACK FAST JOHNSON SAYS Administrator Sees 2000 000 Reemployed in NRA Campaign Declares Payrolls Have In creased Week in U S LEAVES ATHLETICS WASHINGTON Aug The reemployment of 2000000 per sons an increase of payrolls by a week was claimed today as the National Recovery Adminis tration pushed its blue eagle drive into the phase of local campaigns In a setting of bursting bombs the Nations capital led by Administrator Hugh S Johnson set an example for the drives of local committees throughout the country with a re covery pageant last night Johnson declared in an address to massed thousands that the recovery program was working that reem ployment to date meant a year more for trade to be spent many times over And yet this effort has just started he said The people with out any Incitement from anybody will know how to visit the proper pun ishment upon the fellow who tries to stand in the way Donald Richbcrg NRA counsel de clared business men had as much to gain from organization of labor as had the workers The whole scheme of selfindustry in government would fall to the ground without labor participation he said Officials hoped to complete a bi tuminous coal code by tonight Wil liam Green President of the Ameri can Federation of Labor said it would not contain any qualification of the NRA labor clause such as was in corporated in the automobile code This provision giving employers L GKOKOK KAKNSIIAW EARNSHAW OUT FOR REST OF YEAR PA DAIRYMEN TO ICELAND WARMLY H AIR COMPLAINTS THE LINDBERGHS OVER MILK PACT Dudley Field Malonc N Y Attorney Enters Con troversy as Adviser Hearing Set for Friday in Phila May Admit Only Spokesmen Any Futher Statement Must Come From Connie Mack He Says George Earnshaw is through with baseball as far as this year is con cerned The big right hander of the Athletics made this announcement to a Times reporter this afternoon Earnshaw did not mince words in making his sensational announce mcnt I will not play any more the right to hire advance or dis baseball this year Other than that I have nothing to say on the subject charge workers on a merit basis re gardless of their union affiliation was Continued on Last Paje CO COMMISSIONERS HOLD BRIEF SESSION County Commissioners Drewes Des mond and Hunter in a short meet ing at Media yesterday voted to re turn to Edward S Pry tax collector of this city his check for rep resenting collections of poll taxes from persons not charged on his list It was explained that Mr Fry through clerks and deputies had re ceived this money during the early weeks of his term of office When he found there was no authority for accepting taxes from persons not as sessed or charged to him he discon tinued the practice County Solicitor Albert J Williams advised the commissioners that they could not accept the money because the persons who paid it were not Swarthmorcs famous entry in the major leagues caused quite a stir among the metropolitan writers yes terday afternoon when he was re ported cleaning out his locker at Shibe Park and departing with the remark Im through for the season It was Connie Macks original plan to work George in one of the games with Washington this weakend Yes I had intended pitching Satur day said Earnshaw but several reasons interfered with my plans and Dudley Field Malone nationally known lawyer today entered the con troversy over the new Philadelphia Milk Shed marketing agreement as counsel for the United Fanners Pro tective Association as efforts were made to induce Clarence Darrow the veteran Chicago attorney to repre sent the farmers with Malonc Meanwhile a new storm of protest and renewed threats of a milk strike followed Secretary of Agriculture Wallaces decision to impose a onc oay clpture on the hearing to be held in Philadelphia Friday Geoffrey J CunifT attorney for the United F a r m e r s Protective Association termed the action disgraceful Further protests from farmers arose when it was learned that those who plan to march oti Philadelphia for the meeting Friday may find the doors locked since from all indications Secretary Wallace plans to admit onl spokesmen for the various farmers groups More than 150 farmers meeting a Unionville lower Chester county voted unanimously to heed a strike call when and if issued by the reg ional committee for action They de manded a flat price of 5 cents a quar for milk of 35 per cent butterfat am the removal of Dr Clyde L King a federal milk administrator Farmers invaded a meeting of dis tributors and store dealers at Potts town and disrupted proceedings by firing questions at Charles F Pres ton of Wcsttown appointed regional administrator of the new pact by Dr King a few days ago Additional confusion resulted when it was disclosed that although the day and hour has been fixed for the meeting no place has yet been ob tained by those responsible Malonc was expected to arrive in Philadelphia today to begin prep aration of a case for the farmers Darrow said he had taken the invi tation under advisement After an eventful flishl over the North Atlantic from Cnicnliind Coioiic AS INFORMER FOR THE GOVERNMENT Federal Agent Makes Star tling Disclosure at Hear in Rin Media Today ludue iMacDado Denying Attack on County Of ficials Raps Hook Police Alfred of Marcus Hook purole convict and former who was one of the indicted by the Fed eral Grand Jury hist June Is now nn informer for thc govern incut This wns revealed when he WHS ur niigned for henrins before Judge Al bert pulton MacDade nl Media this morning the revelation made by Myron T Galley socalled tice of the Federal iinciits who took part In the investigation which led to the Grand Jury probeinto conditions in this county Cudey said on the stand that Judge MucDado had knowledge of being employed by him so Unit WEif UNIT OF THE NRA ARMY BEGINS ADVANCE Fair weather with nnt much chnnge in temperature is predicted In Uiuslcrn Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware inut Maryland lair weather is expected tomorrow idso with slowly rising temperature The highest temperature here yes terday was 80 degrees lit 4 p tn and the lowest WHS n nt 745 a in The average of 74 WHS one dtfgrce above normal for the cliUc but one degree below the average August JO hist year Maximum temperature for the dale Is 04 established in mct minlinimi 56 in IBufl 8iuirlse today was at n m And sunset will be at p m Eastern Daylight Savitig time PIKERESIDlNTS PLEDGE SUPPORT TONRAJROGRAM Large Attendance Marks Mass Meeting Held in Glenoldcn School Housetohouse Canvass la Now Being Made by Volunteer Workers Charles A and Airs Lindbergh shown as hey arrived at Reykjavik capital of Iceland whore they grrcled by i nfliiials of state vnd town continue in Marcus Hook The second startllm iinglc of the heurini was a denial by Judge MIIC Diulc that he ever nmdo any nttuck on cither District Attorney wilHum J MsicCarter Jr or County Treas urer William Dickel us published Ins I week when nil metropolitan papers carried a story quoting Judge Muc e investigation j Cooperation Urged by Va rious Speakers to Make Movement a Success Support of the NRA as u patriotic duty of ithe utmost Importance to General A K Granger Gives Final Instructions ConcerningObjective A voluntary army 2000 strong is engaged in Chester this week In a winsuch us never has been waged before in any country This army comprises the loeil volunteer work ers in Uin Blue Eagle campaign knch member of the army is wear ing a button by way of identifica tion upon which will bo found the wore Volunteer And while thls army of workers is advancing along the Chester buttlo front there arc similar armies mov ing along similar fronts in every com munity In the United States includ ing the Hawaiian Islands It is an army of 1300000 soldiers of Uncle Sam to rout the forces of unemployment We me making a thorough job H said General A R Granger in command of the local sector of tho Blue Easle front yesterday while giving directions for last minulo preparations the end of iho we hope to have our BOYS OUTING A GREATJTOESS 5000 Youngsters Make Merry at Annual Picnic Held in Park Yesterday The ancient and honorable adage SCHOOL TEACHER HOLDUPJICTIM Stopped by TwoThugs in Ye ad on Who Steal Money and Automobile Miss Gertrude Stevens Phllaccl licarl Is by the of his stomach was borne out yesterday afternoon as 5000 or more youngsters H D AUcbach president of the j assembled at Chester Park to parti Interstate tion was Milk Producers Associa assailed by the farmers who claim tnc association no longer represents them Issued a statement I will not don nn Athletic uniform urging a wideopen hearing and declaring both he and the organiza tion have been working for the farm ers best interests the rest of the season As far as 1 know Connie Mack and I are good friends Anything else on this subject will have to come j from Mack himself as I am riot in the position to commit myself N EGRO COMMITTE E DENIES STATEMENT CITY WILL iLvL T I clpate in the annual picnic There was plenty of fun and action Ycadon shortly before last midnight by two armed thugs who stole her purse andautomobile When they stopped her she tried Dado as statins that a grand Jury investigation was needed In this county to stir the district attorney to action I never had any intention of mak ing nn attack on the district aitor ncy or the county treasurer and 1 want It understood that the facts were distorted by Philadelphia news papers Judge MncDndc stated to day The Sorgi hearing today created considerable interest and the room was filled All the Mnrcus Hook police headed Continued nn Lust Iiige MENS OUTING TODAY all day but most fun was when thc dinner bell rang and those kids scampered around the cnccd off area that pro tected the cats and the chefs t action and her diamond wovlh It wasnt an easy task feeding youngsters but the feat was nccom Plished after about two hours of striving and struggling Not until NEWLY PAVED STREET I the last rol WBS eliminated by the foragers the lust pint of mill con sumed and the last drop of water ice had disappeared did the attack Flat denial was made today by a committee of Negro citizens of the assessed for poll taxes for the year I West End that they had accepted imn the ruling of the Teachers Commit tee of the Chester School Board which concerned the opening of an 1032 The commissioners voted to place the order for election supplies with J A Thompson Company of eleventh grade in the Harrisburg Pa They also author School in September Douglass izcd solicitation of bids for printing It stated by Hiram E Turner 5000 additional copies of a little j chairman of the Teachers Commit pamphlet entitled Instructions to tecthat the Negro committee had Jurors on the requisition of Presii accepted the ruling although it was dent Judge W Roger Eronefield A payment of was authorized to the Delaware County Historical Society when the funds are avail able This payment will complete against their wishes A spokesman for the West Endgroup today de clared that this was totally erroneous and that the last word they had with the Teachers Committee was in the the appropriation of for this I nature of a vigorous protest against the Douglass School innovation De year Mayor William Ward Jr members of City Council find other officials j have planned to inspect and formally open to traffic the recently paved section of East Eighteenth street be tween Providence avenue and Edg mont avenue tomorrow evening nt 7 oclock The general public has been invited by the Mayor to be present to witness the ceremony The completion of the paving proj ect several days ago meant the reali zation to residents of that section ot the city a long needed improvement as thc brick paving hud become worn and rutted due to constant wear The bricks have been covered with asphalt John Hanna and Sons were the contractors Tha program planned for tomorrow evening will include a brief address of I acceptance by Mayor Ward j C150 by dropping it between the seat and thc door ot the car and when they took thc car the ring went with it Miss Stevens who lives at 04 Wild wood avenue East Lansdownc teaches In West and North Philadel phia She Is a member of thc Ma drigal Association a singing society and last night she attended a re hearsal at Twentyfirst and Market streets She was driving home alone At The committee In chiiKc of the i LmiRacre boulevard nntl Rocklnml affair made preparations to handle avenue Ycadon 5000 boys Thc enthusiastic gang stepped into thc that arrived at the park well ahead of schedule yesterday morning was so large that the committee feared thc preparation made would not suffice cease her two young men road in front of To avoid running them down Miss Stevens had to the speed of the car and one of the men waved As the boys streamed up Market a pistol at her and said stop or well street on their way to Dsshong Park I shoot where transportationvehicles awaited j j was wine RO slowly by this lime them pedestrians stated that they that f knew I had no chance to get didn t know there were so many boys away Miss Stevens said As 1 was j v v nr iKi vu VJHl ttUlVitoovJIo thc welfare of America was urged cal1 at every home in Chester and by speakers ut maw meeting of vicinity Thc object of representatives of Chester towns held last night in the auditorium of Glenoldcn grammar school The meeting marked by n good at tendance of and women from All roads leading from the West End to Concordvlllc will bc well trav eled this afternoon and evening as today Is the time for the West End isiness Mens Associations outing ill Ihe Brinton Uike Club Originally scheduled for last Wednesday the outing was held over until today because of the storm According to President Charles J Ward and Chairman Joseph F Reilly the postponement swelled thc list of applications tor tickets beyond all ex pectations Many of thc members left for the nitlng this morning Lo complete all necessary preparations for handling a the various ooroughs alonj the Ches ter pike WHS held under the auspices of the Chester Pike Kiwanls Club which Is sponsoring the NRA cam paign In Colllngdalc Kolcroft Glen olden Norwood Hldley Park and Sharon Mill boroughs and Darby township Robert W Walls of Glen oldcn president of llu club who Is Major Genera of the campaign In the municipalities presided Tin singing of the National anthnm and u prayer by the Rev W Gilbert Condlt pnstor of Glenoldcn Congre gational Church opened the meet Ing big crowd A ball c Is slated as one of tho Guy dcFurla of this city tin nxsis tniu district attorney the Oral speaker congratulated uic residents of the various boroughs along the Chester pike on having so many of their of ficials present He characterized the mcetitiK as In a sense political but nonpartisan The NRA he said wns not a Democratic measure but an American measure The Nation said the speaker hai been through many storms civil disorders four or five great wars and attacks from within and without The World Wnr was a serious blow to Ihe economic life of the country There were some who In this housetohouse canvass which includes also all places of employ ment In the city Is to see that every employer Is on the dotted line for tho nine Eagle and that every family In Chester signs tho consumers agreement with the President and displays the Insignia These canvas sers also are checking on compliance with the Presidents agreement and reporting violations to our local head quarters Many questions are being asked of these housctohousc visitors OC course they have no authority to rule on interpretations or render de cisions In technical situations bub they an able to give out a Jot ot Information of nn educational nature The Blue EaRlc campaign as I have said Is something new and therefore there standiny about Is some mlsunder it or rather thero Continued or List P rftiLii no uin Ulir i i features ot thc afternoon Joe Reilly t of ospurlty thought thnt and Art McClaskcy will lead one nine lhc wJr WiUi a fo lls from in the ciiy The boys marching six abreast stretched out for two squares It was their day and they let every one in on the secret They were yelling and singing when they left and will offer as their pitching selec tion Joseph Mcsco Abe Klelinan and Jacob Frank are handling the rival oittnt and will use Isaac Levy as their mound selection A quoit tournament open to all promises to be another high spot of the activities and special prizes arc to be awarded the winners Foot an economic standpoint However In the last four years we have begun to pay the price of the war From the days when we enjoyed more pros perity Hum ever before In our his tory we came Into a time when we wore poorer and more miserable than we ever had been In a land of plenty we hud actual Mr Hunter explained that the spte this the School Board on Mon rrtu county did not make a bid at the day nigbtnamed a teacher to head blA 1 H tha eleventh grade in the Negro school sheriffs sale last Saturday for a property of Charles Hanley entered on the bond of former Tax Collector i nmri t John Hanley of Newtown township j TWO STEAMSHIPS because he appraised the property at S7000 and thc outstanding mortgages and costs amounted to about WIRES AND POLES WILL BE REMOVED INJURED BY AUTO A little girl was injured and a traf Continucd on E ROOSEVELT CIVIC LEAGUE TO MEET stopping I pulled my ring from my finger and dropped it the seat Then the men sayinp keep quiet or well let you have It made me get WU1 othcr features out flf Illf nnr The 4 TOO fic standard put out of commission j Chester who arc supporti UIN KkPAIKb i in two accidents in this city last candidates sponsored by the i evening Independent Democrats of supporting thc Nomi nating Committee of the Roosevelt out of the car They took my purse which had S20 in it and drove off with my car and my ring letting me aland by the roadside It took me 10 minutes to walk to the Yeadon police station T H R E R races featuring weight more than slsirvallon In a land of the grcat specd and a tugofwar will be other cslIndustrial possibilities we had attractions A corn boll and barbecue ISOOUOOO men out of work The NRA Is a brnvc and ccdenlcd step continued thc speaker VETERANS APOLOGIZE FOR LONGS SPEECH MILWAUKEE Wis Aug i Hucy P Umg was on his i way to Louisiana today with the Continued nn Last 1acc Crews of the maintenance depart ment of the Southern Pennsylvania Traction Company this morning began the removal of the trolley wires The steamships Lake Fargo and i The girl victim was Betty Lewis R i Civic League will meet m thc audl Lake Fandango arrived here ycster1 of 425 West Fifth street who waslonum Ulc Chester YVMC A day from Norfolk in tow to be genI struck while playing near her home at 8 oclock this evening by an automobile driven by Elmer A ITnc purpose of the meeting is to Boulden 13 Main street Upland An1 rUv thc forces in preparation for I orally overhauled at the yards of the Sun Shipbuilding and Drydock Com pany Like the Lake Pitch and I othcr motorist Lake Chester Hospital 13 Main street Upland An1 rVlly thc forccs n preparati torist took the child to ths itllc fnU registration beginning tomor whcre she was row TQI of lllL thu KlllKflsh still j i Ib LAND unanswered and the Veterans of Foreign Wars apologizing for hi i The wellfounded belief that there i spUltdd on the press Ploris the Fargo and Fandango will l treated for lacerations of the scalp be used in the Merchants and Miners j and then admitted for observation and the iron supporting poles on the Transportation Companys coastwise j Boulden reported the accident to po are no fish in thc Delaware river In this section was smashed to smith ereens yesterday when three wide awake sober and truthful employes of the Surveyor a Philadelphia owned boat told the world that they had seen a school of porpoises off Hog The meeting will be addressed by Island Arthur D Anderson and John j There have been many strange Buckley candidates for city council 1 sights on and in trie river especially Senator Long departed with his bodyguard members of the New Orleans Post of thc veterans organi zation The wound over thc Senators eye souvenir of a setto with an un named adversary at the Sand Points Bath Club at New York had been dressed and carefully dusted now abandoned Providmce avenue service All recently were purchased I Hce and was released in his own rec and J Clarence and Mrs since the storm last week but this is Following his address to the vet audiiaonca rimiacnce avenue f i H ognizance to appear when wanted Barbara Campbell candidates for thc the first time in thc memory of encampment in which Senator line between the Twelfth street cross from the Shipping Board ing of the Baltimore and Ohio Rail road and Fourteenth street j The work is a part of the plan to j ultimately remove all evidences of I the now unused trolley line from the street At the present time there rei mains only a section of the street beI tween Fifteenth and Potter streets and Fourteenth street which must reI main In use by the trolley cars en1 tcrlng the rarbarn at Thirteenth i Edgmont avenue from the Potter street line of the company i The work of rcpaving snd wire rei moval on upper Providence avenue was completed several months ago The trolley rails between Twelfth i street and Fovirteenth street will be removed sometime in thc near future to enable smooth paving of the center section of the roadway to conform with the traffic lanes on either side Satisfying Result Mr Farrington advertised a house and garage for rent recently Within a few hours after the ad appeared in the Times he was be sieged by applicants for the dwell ing He said I received more in quiries regarding the house and garage than I could possibly handle The number of calls I re ceived is ample proof of the pull ing power of Chester Times clas sified ads From now on Im for the Times I The traffic standard at Ninth and School Board Registration watch 1 Engle streets was damaged when a crs certificates will be distributed and car driven by Nick Danes 33 of69 lnc workers will be instructed in their West Tenth street crashed into it Ivarious Danos was traveling west on Ninth j street and sidewiped a car ahead of rlvcrnicn such as Harbor Patrolman I Long heaped abuse on the reporters George Soap Pierce that members Present thc organization sent forma of the Dolphin family ventured so far apologies to the Milwaukee ncwspa inland pers Thc veterans adopted a rcsolu Thesc playful fish generally travel tlon disclaiming responsibility for the In schools but only three were seen Senators speech Long had become enraged ai the cause ThfS cleaners and dyers has been scUlcd w cre and work will be resumed Thursday j an official of thc union announced i today A formal agreement cm bodying the terms will be drawn up today and signed tonight a state mcnt issued by M H Holdstcin at torney for the union said n i vrun nt were S4a97G3 35 Customs receipts starve to death P August 28 lo bc c to the open sea thcv arc h HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY B United Tress Boothwyn Youngster Erred Hopped the Wrong Train DYKE REBUILDING DRIVER IN HOLLY RESPONSIBILITY OAK CRASH HELD State Seeking to Have Operated Truck That I Aug i Thc Weather Bureau today warned I of n tropical disturbance of coiiKld of Grand Turks Island West Indfos apparently moving wcstnorthwcst ward Caution Is advised vessels In the Grand Turks and Southeastern Bahamas area First Registration Day Tomorrow Tomorrow is the first of three days set aside for qualified voters of Hi to county to register so they may be eligible lo cnsl their ballot at the primary election on Sep tember Registrars In the various districts ot the county will sit from a to 10 a m noon to 3 p m nnd from 5 p m until H p m Daylight Time Workers of both major parties are prepared to enroll every elig ible voter and Indications are that this years total registration will be the heaviest since thc 1928 Presi dential campaign when more than 21000 voters enrolled The other two days to register will be September 5 and IS but everyone who can possibly do to Is urged to enroll tomorrow u thc last two clays alwtys witness a rush Kern interest is being mani fested by both the Republican and Democratic workers as each party has many candidates in the field for the olHces of sherifr prothono tary clerk of courts poor director fury commissioner and in this city and In every borough and township in the county there are keen bat tles ahead for minor offices such is council alderman constable Ho FEAR ESSINGTON BOY DROWNED The flooded lowlands tn Tlnicum township where 400homes have been isolated since last weeks northeast storm today were being searched lor George Zaprola tohave drowned on a trip to his partly inun dated Part of the flooded section known as Eastwick is included In an area of 10 Miiinrc miles Inundated by eight breaks in dykes along the Delaware River and Darby Creek as a result of last weeks storm A workman Albert Rohcr 25 was drowned yes terday while repairing a dike break AKItKSTliO OX WARRANT Charles Wetscl 33 of the 200 block East Ninth street will bo arraigned for hearing today in the oflicc of Magistrate Michael A Honan having been arrested yesterday on a war rant charging him with assault and battery and desertion and nonsup port George Dawson 33 of thc 1800 block West Ninth street also arrested on a warrant charging him with lar cany will bc given a hearing In tha same office UNDY TO MEET KING COPENHAGEN Denmark Aug 30 Christian is expected to grant an audience to Col Chartes A Lindbergh tomorrow when tha King returns from a visit to Jutland Topics of Tames The boys who went or the picnio yesterday paraded first and then goC hot dogs After the parade Pat Hanleys dogs were hot for the rest of the day The clothing Industry is said to ba picking up It should It will soon ba loo cold for those nudists Judging by tho experience of many farmers thc hardest thing to raise on a farm Is money We might add Its twice as iiard to raise in the city A court has ruled that it is wrong for a wife to go through her hubbys pockets Not only wrong but useless these days Scientists claw ants ns the most Intelligent of all insects It docs seem that no matter where you put that basket of picnic sandwiches they will find em Government Make Necessary Repairs the1 Struck Chester Vehicle 4 Chcstcritcs Killed Hotiry J TCnott of Flockdale Md AT CONEV ISLAND A strong effort is under way toi place on Ihe federal government thc driver ofthe truck carryinc thc rsponsibihty for rebuilding the dykes soluble cotton which exploded at When Horace Greeiey wrote his age decided to walk to thc Boothwyn i Ion thc aware River bordering Holly Oak on thc PhlladelphlaWil Amvin ji micum township and the city of mington pike In the carly mornlnK inn I Philadelphia j famous lines Go West young man station by sion as vas suggested by the comi Kissing Marathon In SemiFinal Round Ry ItKNRY McLKiMOKK ULA collision i was held L charge of manI on a Jourdan at i skirted hip swlshcrs the worlds first morning international kissing marathon to P lo usuau Thc NRA ninde thc pay rolls longer i But many boys at Chester Park yes terday thoupht they should hava made thc hot doc rolls longer too Our favorite beauty specialist tells us that women used cosmetics in tha middle ages They still use cos I mctics in the middle agcs and some j time uni II they reach 80 j A boat arrived here yesterday with I a collection of tunny looking fish The same thing can be seen in front I depot Still others kissed with a show of Magistrate Honan almost any a m j of violence after thc manner o satne as ocluptisrst some a Weather clear track fast AT HAWTHORNE Flafr Portmanteau Way Bniycrc Charlton Bill Ciccronrsr Weather clear IracV fast youths find I day moved into in the flre semifinal round the second and and Ohio frciht hL did that yesterday The only mistake the made however was that poing west he unfortunately for miik trucks himself picked a train going south sized the The wanderer was 12yearold i warning James Lyons a wiry youngster noted woodshed week Meanwhile your correspondent i stood back coldly watched the pro cecdings and speculated to There were 1000 lovers of thc sport t Kissing is a sport that should have WASHINGTON The weather forecast ri n I1 T tohlm missioncrs j Preston Watson of this city driver in the hall when the referee Tinged been zed o R ago ion fn VVclglc will rndcavor to have of thepicnickers truck was arrested a gong and sent the contestant into a u Is som When the father included In the meeting which manslaughter but at the hear clinch for an abundance of freckles He is the son of Mr and Mrs Edward Lyons of Boothwyn Yesterday morninsr Jimmie in company with two other boys of hts Place it on any basis and it is War Department and the transpor of thc responsibility tor thc accident The woodshed loomed in Jimmies mind 622 Huddell avenue j Turning to his companions he an nounced quite unconcerned Theres Continued on Page Ten tation lines traversing the territory could be placed on him thc Pennsylvania and Reading Rail Both truck drivers were arrested roads and thc Philadelphia Rapid by State police yesterday after being Transit Company Thc commissioni dlshargcd from the Delaware Hos pltal where they had been held since Continued on Last Page thc accident Eastern Pennsylvania Fair nol cool in north portion tonight Thurs day partly cloudy slowly rising tem perature in north and west portions Western Pennsylvania Partly cloudy toniplil Thursday increasing cloudiness probably followed by show ers in west porlloit slightly warmer in east portion Thursday nutombtle racing and wild west bull dogging A lot of fellows grabbed hold of a lot of girls and started kissing them Some of them snt down and took their girls on their laps Others stood up and kissed as hough at a the country like thc black sheep of the wildfivc family H has everything polo has got and Mr Nevins explained Every person is fully equipped to Continued on Last Page TODAYS TEMPERATURES fi a m 62 11 a m 70 7 a m62Noon 13 8 a m6S I p m 0 a m68 2 p m iS 10 am63   

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