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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - August 31, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              WE DO OUM FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TII 17685 Dally Leased Wire Reports of United Press UP International News Service INSI CHESTER PA THURSDAY AUGUST J1 1033 TWENTY PAGES PRICE TWO CENTS FfQHD EMPLOYES BARRED FROM NRA DETROIT PARADE Failure of Magnate to Sign Code Keeps Men From Victory Pageant MRS P1NGHOT PLEADS FOR A1R Y FARMERS READY TO FIGHT FOR MORE PROFIT Roosevelt Asks Data on Refusal to Adopt Pact Magnate Silent DETROIT UP The employes of the Ford Motor Company were barred from the Detroit NRA victory parade today because their employer Henry Ford has not won the blue eagle by bringing his vast enterprises under the automobile code A parade of 15000 men reem ployed under inc NRA will swing down Woodward avenue here to night The marching men will go to tin city hall where they will raise the NRA flag and hear a message Iron General Hugh S Johnson in Wash ington A motorcade of trucks eithe purchased or reconditioned as tin result of reemployment will follov the parade The motor magnate was isolated in the upper Michigan village of Bi Bay where he is vacationing Th United Prtvss reached him by tele HOLD KOILK YOUTHS FOR ROIWKKIKS A career of crime started by four youths this week was nipped in the bud by police who have the i U AD DD AUIDITIAM under and who police say F Uil L I SAVE FEW STATES DORMER HOOK Committee Named to Unite Groups Local Attorney Kngagcii have confessed lo two store robberies i The alloyed confessed robbers m1 Ruymonrt and John McCoy is lind Loaders IMjui Trench 1 17 yours of upe respectively of the block East Ninth street Louis j Haynes 19 East Seventh street and i i Louis Wilkinson IS of t lift 600 block I Green street Police in the Philadelphia flood 1 ureu iidjoinini Tinkrum township i were yesterday siTchlni for two boys reported missing mul who it Us be j Itevcd drowned while swim in u miidhcilo In ihc flood tilst BOOTLEGGER IS AN INVESTIGATOR Uatlle With Half of 18 Gone Wot bos 1UO Aipiumse Biasis i Revelation Is Made by Fed of Ibln ixveune and a m south Kiihty oral Agent at Hearing at Media Yesterday third street j Mayor Moore i measurably Diulley Malone Withdraws Meeting Tomorrow in Philadelphia Ruyiies was arrested early Monday1 Fuslwick section will ln ivsicivnit chased from See Coercion From Admin within a At least fm or i Court Criticises Police for after Twelfth iind Kerlin Miivets by Ser geant Desmond and Ilitrohnun Mej Carlhy During the chase Rixynes and a compitilion dropped sevcrul cartons 1 of cigarettes which it was learned i Inter hud been stolen from a res uurant on West Ninth street near Wolsli street i two days detectives questioned Mitd yesterday that conditions in Ihel be istrulion in Voting Sen timent Not Changed Dairy farmers of the Philadelphia milk shed area have prepared to light for a hiBher profit at a hearing in Philadelphia tomorrow in the Federal Raynes cmnemms the robbery but building under the supervision of the he ivlused to talk Yesterday he de Agriculiural Adjustment Admlnlstra cided to make n cleun bresust of the ton alliiir and implicated the other three Many protests arose among the i who detectives aver lutvi also con dairymen at the decree from Wash leased to breaking into a store at JJB ingion that the milk hearing will last i Wist Fifih street where they also water si ill covires approxlmntelv i LTiOt acres of lailii j I The Muyor saM understood Unit the cost of reclaiming the j Ksistwick nreuwhere up CHICAGO AUK BI urp Un proximiileiy persons wenmade iuunlid by repudiation of their cause hoinelcss by last weeks flood and in hull the IS states dry lenders met slotiuwouid be between Alleged Nonperform ance of Duties today to rally prohibllion forces for find the lust trench light lo keep the Kighteeuih Ainendinent in the Con t I The strategy I hey plan here will bo i aimed for Vermont which passes i lhe Tvvenlvlirst repeal Amendment next Tuesdny Maine which yesterday that he but one day as most agreed that they icand iiwuy u iiiuviilily of cigiuittis Septemlirr Marylnnd and Minne HAl II ri isi i it jnrttii TU i ji i 11 i i The mayor said had been told by inc chief of the ways that Mimtbnus placed in Delaware breaks as quickly as possible that tin inflow of svjiter is Alfred Sorfii former Marcus Hook boot legHcr escaped imprisonment yesterday for breaking his parole ar ruiiKenient with lhe Delaware county Dudley T Corn euurt when an agent of the Federal Bunait of Hijjhi liovmnncnt came to his rescue with were being i declaration thut Sorgi was acting river dyke special Investigator find OIKof the yii indicted by tha cx Federal Grand Jury In June was ar ivivp nofhiiif to at ill ahnnt As lea1 of a delegation of Pennsylvania dairy farmers seeking the eslab the NRA he aid j lishmenl of a milk control board for their state Mrs Clifford Iiiicbot wife Officials of his comtruiv were silent01 Iemsylninias Bovernor is shown as she listened tl on the statement of Gclleral Hugh S1 Secretary of Agriculture Henry Wallace Johnson national recovery adminisi conference that Mrs 1inchot urged consideration be given of her proposal irator that if Ford did not loin in a bonus to uirircrs who destroyed llieir tow grade milch cows DR R S MAISON DIES IN N JERSEY was join the drive for national recovery and obtain a blue eagle the public was likely to crack down on him The automotive industry vas startled by the silence of its biggest single manufacturer and no one was willing to hazard a prediction of what Forcl a personality and an individ ualist had in mind There was no wide discrepancy between hours of work and wages per hour paid in the Ford plants and those prescribed under the automobile code to which all manufacturers except Ford have agreed The United Press interviewed sev eral Ford workers One worker thought it would be nice to have a blue eagle to paste on the wind shield of my car Another employe said j Im getting paid every day and Im working after being laid off more than a year so it makes no differ JUDGE MacDADE OFFERS DENIAL Disclaims Any Intent to Attack District Attorney or County Treasurer Disclaiming all intention of attack ing the district attorney or county LOCAL DEMOCRAT FORCES AT ODDS would be tumble to present their case The accused yolilhs will be iir in such H short period iraipned for forms hcariiiK before The farmers Rlndy welcomed a slate MuRisirule Michael A Honun this investigation announced by Governor afternoon Pinchoi to see if the milk producer i Uetectlves say the boys ruliinlted Ls Retting a square deal from the disthese wore their first jobs tributors An organizalIon lhe Milk Code HD O 0 M A IDAIVT Protest Commiitcc to unite the I1K K x IWR 1 IIV rioxts farm orgixnizntions and indi vidual farmers was formed nt a meet ing last night and William K Mof fett of Chester county was elected chairman Charles Edwin Fox former district attorney in Philadelphia and Francis B Biddle have beenselected ns coun this sei ncw The purpose of the committee MofTctt said is to unite ns many as possible of the groups to the code drafted by lhe Interstate Milk Pro ducers Association and tiic Philadel phia Milk Exchange in order that the case of the farmers and lhn coni sumers can be presented Friday i u i home Mmuisquan N J following orderly and efficient manner in the i an illness of three venrs duration i sotn which vote September 12 ami the 10 oilier stales voting between now mul Noveinbii7 Orys mtlst win i ut least three if their caiise Is not to1 i be lost this year i j Lenders of the AntiSaloon leiiRui and the Womens Christian Temper lance Union hope itir tide was ubout I i to turn in prohibitions faviir As leach of the states that alreiuly huve voted went ID he polls they j were hopeful and in each tliey met I 1 3 At Least Three Groups Have Candidates in Field for Primary Election I Medicine Here 1orIeriod of IO Years 111 Three Years to be hulled soon I rested last Sunday tor breaking his The flooded Kastwick and Tinicnm arrangement by going to aivas then will bepumped dry and Marcus Hook After n loiiu nnd tlio 100 hoines now encIiiKcrcd will siormy hearing before Judge Albert ajain be wife for the moment it was Uiitlon MiicTJade ut Media yesterday said 1 Myron M Cafluy socacd ace in chaiKo of the governments probe of conditions in this county declared he Imci employed Sorgi as nn In vestigator use of Sorgis services three occasions said t understood from your Honor Unit It would be nil right for him lo KO to Marcus Hook RESTRICTION ON RANKS El feds A Alj MacDade declared the hear About 70 placing lions in renna Dr Robert S Maison for nearly 40 years a practicing in this died yesterday at his summer limited time allowed Rival Democratic party factions j farmer and consumer Many farmers are In disagreement diseases Tlie physician was in with the new code All however cnn sixtyseventh year not speak at once It is tlie consensus i Dr Mulson the son of flic late Rev of these representative groups that Charles A Muison and Ellen N Holt their efforts should be coordinated Maison was born in Darby on June since all are striving toward the same objectives namely a fair deal for the Deathwas due lo a compliealion of j exception Mrs iinole said that Hie Oeinornille nil ministration was using pressure and lIlCllOl unfair methods lo raso the prohii bitlou amendment were made by leaders of both HitW C T U and the AnliSaloon lieiiBiie j Mrs Ella A Boole president of thi NiUlonnl W C T U took remarks of Postmastci i tfiini in nionished tlie cmirt William AiiRelo erstwhile pugilist who ls now In the beer business in Mantua Hook was the first witness To ibis stutcmenl litW r T TT Ol oprrutioiis called by Assistant District Attorney K mis suuumnt UK i i u Wixs to have espireil with the close j A Bloom Niiuonni w C I U took i HAimiSlUJKO Aug 31ONSi 1010 remarks of Postmaster Oenrral aovrrtuir Gilford Pincliot in a tornial s parley who in an nildrtss Saturday proulainatiou lodav extended the ueclarcd prol bltion rpeal was an opcraliliK period fr stal bunks now rmTv AM a resulctcu basis u December I Atl I Tlli r i I nt llilli Sor in the care of the Federal authorities Calfeyagreeing to assume responsibility for the former Marcus Hook iiian But he shouldconduct HAimibmmCr AUR il ONSi j hlmscll1 as n lawabiding citizen ad his i Wldisplay the blue at hits showing out part and sniiporlini an the I were at it again last night A meet treasurer in his discussion of beer ing or socalled Independent Demo hcenscs last week Judge Albert Duti Crats scheduled to take place at the ton MacDadc yesterday repeated his Y M C A building didnt come off Continued on Iage Eighteen HE A D HELD FOR ASSAULT The superintendent of the Media Rescue Mission is now residing be hind bars iiv the Media Jail for carrying his charitable work to such a degree ns to severely beat a Negro in a brawl behind the Mission home Philip Burgess the mission head who is charged with having caused injuries to the Negro Nelson Blakes is held for the next term of court under bail by Magistrate Fred T Cooper Monday afternoon Police Chief Frank Chandler and Patrolman Clif ford Lindsay were called to the Res cue Mission nt thecorner of Orange street rnd Baltimore avenue thore to find Blakcs in an unconscious condition and bleeding from wounds in the head Burgess was taken into custody and at a hearing claimed he struck the Negro withhis fist in self defense Blakcs1 testimony brought to light the fact that he and a friend had been partaking of liquor and were in his own home which ad joins the mission property when Burgess broke in on them and began to swing an iron pipe it is charged Blakcs was felled and left unconscious with a deep cut and several large demand that something be done concerning complaints that certain holders of beer licenses are violating the law Calling Assistant District Attorney C William Kraft Jr to the bar of the court Judge MacDade referred to the McCormick case heard last week We had some discussion about the Beverage Act said the court We meant all we said about a Grand Jury investigation it officers do not function never made any attack on the district attorney or the county treasurer Their names were not even mentioned Some Philadelphia news papers distorted the facts somewhat They got the idea that what was said here had some reference to an inves tigating body in Philadelphia but there was no connection whatever Instead the rival the steps of the frictions stood on building and ex changed verbal bouquets Stanley Stewart was openly ac cused by Robert Kinsavy with double crossing the Roosevelt Civic League forces Stewart denied the charge He said he was a member of the Roosevelt League and in good stand ing and the1wrong interpretation had been placed on the meeting Dudley Field Malonc New York nl torney who promised to aid the farm group at the government hearing withdrew nfter a conference with lhe leaders He raid he felt Lhe situation could be handled better by local at torneys Another phase of the milk situn IB 1867 He received his enrlv edu government In the matter ol wages mid hours of work We believe it IK cation In the public in the i country should derive VTOIIK that n revenue from borough He entered the Protestant j that which injures Its people The Episcopal Academy Philadelphia jonllook Is that If repeal comes wliut from which ho matriculaled in tlu j ever the nation may do the W C Department of Arts University of j U refuses lo ret run l heloro the liquor depositors uf buslncss September SI Approxi mately 10 banks in Pennsylvania are conducting business under IJHpart ment of Hnnkini reslrlcUons Tlur governors proirlamatttin said Hy virtue of tlie power conferred Angdo said he had biin berated by Sorgl ubout two weeks ago because Mrn Angelo had reported lo Judge that Continued on Page Eighteen ixm me by Section r of Act 0 np1 YKAOON STRIKERS provid March II entitled an net o iviivcvivo Pennsylvania and yracliuiled in the clns of 1887 at the afe of 1 years with the dcRrce of A B Immediately graduation he entered the mcciica department Mrs Boole to bunks trust companies sinInns and other ijjinUInx In ntitiitloni providliin lor the protcc 1 herein anil em I ptivverlnn the Secretary of Bankini lo r o e io i permit UK wilhhnldlni ot paymenU of Scott McIJnde superintendent u depositors uiuUr eorliiln coiull tion was revealed by Clarence B of the university and irachiitcd nt ler Jr manager of the Philadelphia school cafeterias He said the price of milk to school children may increase the aye of 22 years in 3890 with the decree of M D Leaving the University he one cent a bottle under the new milk the practice of his chosen profession j marketing agreement in West Philadelphia and one year ncw milk agreement contains Inter moved to Chester where he1 of the AntlSnloon leanue The wets have had their Innings now It Is our turn to bat McHride said When the repeal proposal wns submitted to the states which have volecl 17 were regarded as wet nnd seven us dry The voters in Ibc seven lions I hereby extend the f tluiL net from September H CIV EN HEARING Ujpir Darby police yesterday madt five arrests on charges of disorderly conduct which arose in the ranks at strikers of the cleaning and dyeing industry at a plant located Fern wood It was not to be a meetine of the I a that milk be sold one cent built up a large practice He speciali nosrvrlt stnwivt a cheaper to institutions than iecd in the treatment of nose and I Roosevelt Civic League said Stewart but a gathering of Independent Democrats Its all a mistake to label the meeting as a Civic League affair Led by Kineavy the rival faction claimed that Stewart had called the meeting with the intention of having Arthur D Anderson an Independent Republican candidate indorsed for to the general consumer Kuglcr said but that the dealers may decide what firms are to furnish milk to the institutions Since our milk is for school chil dren we would like to select ovir own dealers Continued on Iapc Kiglilecn LOCAL WOMENS NRA epidemic In j UNIT BEG INSSURVEY this ubout 30 years ago Dr Maison and F White built n hos pital for T ho live strikers George Melton throat affections contagious diseases on the Concord road near Uplnnd After the epidemic had been stamped out Women NRA workers in this city Irate John S Meclcary of Upper Darby and civch was lined and costs which were paid by representa of the workers unloh In defenseof their nativities His men claimed they had merely en t gaged In peacefulpicketing How lprd whose failure tojover the 100 to 150 strikers wcie said FORD CONKERS WITH UDSKLONTHtt CODE MARQUBJTK Mich Aujr today started n housetohouse can tjlt iiiiloinobilo code brought h0 have Ihrown sticks nnd stoneb at vnss to enlist volnutefirx in the army llil lllU contact with j the plant breaking p number Mifs Jean Peoples Major Gciicriil j llc rtooaevclt recovery pronram haslI window panes enisd concerned continued Judge Mac Dade he has been actuated by the Continued on Page KiBbtccn revive industries and spread employ Margolin and the forces supporting ment had cut n million dollars from nun thought last night was a good the states monthly expenditures for here today to confer by tele son iiiu business puit who in Maine ford refused lo reveal the bi conversation it was insistence nswer troin the Ford Motor HELD ON CHARGE OF ENTICING MINORS CLOUDY SHOWERS PREDICTED FOR AREA time to argue it out Two weeks ago a meeting of the Civic League broke tip hastily when someone tried to have I Anderson indorsed Kineavy openly declared thai Stew Yesterday was a full day West End Business Mens lion About two hundred i of the club shook off the worries Thomas MHunter Ga was heid without ball when arrninged for a police court minors for Cloudy skies followed by showers i Continued on Iagc Eighteen food for unemployed September allocations to counties recovery ijrobienis iiul Just announced last night by the State i at the Brinton Lake Country Emergency Relief Board totaled xt the annual outing HRarnn ri0 approxi Many uests of prominence 868700 The amount mately below the total ni on hand to greet the association on charge of the Upland district were Major vlll recruit her own of arc predicted today in eastern f OP A svlvnilfn Now TnlTwfro nrvrt t ljVVV lj HAS RACING sylvanin New Jersey Delaware and Maryland It will be partly cloudy tomorrow and slightly warmer The highest tempearture here yes located in August This is tlie first their big day Mayor William Ward Or PV v hnil month since Federal funds became i Jr Major General William G Price j available last fall that the amount j Attorney John SteUcr and sev a thorough in tills area bumps on the top of his head He was j lcrday was 82 degrees at 4 p m and i taken to the Media lockup wncrc he j lhe lowcst was 63 at a m Tne was kept to sober up in order that he could testify at the magistrates hear ing yesterday The Media Hescue Mission has been in the County Seat for the past seven months despite all efforts of some parlies to have the promoters ousted They hava had trouble with the local authorities on several oc casions especially with the police and the board of health The mis sion is an offshoot from the Darby Rescue Mission but for the last haif yenr has hail no connection with that establishment The Media Pcsciie Mission accommodates approxi mately 10 to iO men a night most of them transients Blakcs is doing well and has felt little effects from the beating hereceived the versatile members of the paid driver forces in the city fire be made loclay rp of money for food has been less than oral other prominent Delaware conn Al S5ono000 ttian joined in the fun festival lu HUttlij J OWNERS IN COUNTY i ELECTRiCALCJROUI ADOPTS THE CODE yesterday fol sevcral resident home The coin pin ints were made to detectives who are making a thorough Investigation j nnd will lake statements from several i children IIOVS KOJ5 AUTOS The increased industrial tempo President Charles J Ward directed first noted last spring has reduced the many events the number of Pennsylvanias uncmi A ball game quoit pitching and Glenolden police are running down clues which nay lead to the arrest Ll It 1U W VOU W ilO JO il U ii III lHti nnn nnn average of was normal for the department is Harry Evans who Ployed more than 230000 sines March several other athletic events occupied date but six decrees below the aver drives the aerial ladder truck of the according to the Department of La1 the greater part of the day Two or rt I AAntn moiiciiifr t bor and Industrv Ill March fhfrn nn hfuiH fmnivli August 30 last rear Maximum temperature for the date Is 04 estab PanJ 1 alld Hshcd in 1921 and minimum 54 1891 Hook and Ladder Com as a hobby pilots a fast in I outboard racing boat I Evans has purchased a new hydro Sunrise today was at 628 a m i plane racing hull bor aiul Industry In March there chrstrns were on hiind LO furnish the verc 1380000 persons out of work music nnd Individual sinecrs rendered the department estimated a number of pluasliiK solos Plenty The latest survey conducted In of food niui refreshments were served nnd sunset will be at 735 p m for the closing re ill and is preparing it I midJuly placed the number of mij to the iucsts throughout the iny and cause In this county C0i regattas of yacht t employed at 1H7179 a ihop of nineearly evening fif000 dwellings are At a of Del i wan County Klielrical Contractors AHVO i irinUon held night In tin ollice of the jiresldciiL Hurry of OJS who Monday night robbed Welsh street the National Klpctrical j automobile parked at the Glendalo Thu Home Owners Loan Corporai contractors code as submitted to Country Club of tools and other ac tion will prove valuable to property lioiwcvelt for his aproval j cessorles owners of Delaware county Orson J WiiS local group 1HC automobiles parked out N Phtladelphhi district j attciuiin the mcelint were I clubhouse during the boxinif nianiiger told the County iivivri Louis J Pierce Paul at the club A set of automo Ueal Kstati Board yeslcrelay oonnell Walter uiitrd Wynu Mos lllc tools W1LS tnken from the car ot Eastern Daylight Saving time U S TREASURY BALANCE UKPORTS TROlIC STORM WASHINGTON Aug The Treasury net balance for August 29 was 3120200025501 Miscellane ous internal revenue that day was S329388964 Custom receipts for the month through August 29 were S30 00422205 in New Jersey and Maryland The Pcr ccnt from boat which will be rated with the Delaware county was given class B outboards is equippedwith a 29 horsepower motor and its esti mated speed is from 45 to 50 miles s been entered in the Stone Harbor Yacht is Saturday of sev during the ensuing weeks EXTENDS GENERAL INVITATION An Invitation to take part in the opening ceremonies in connection with the newlypaved section of East Eighteenth street to be held this eve has bsen extended by Mayor DRIVERS OF TWO MOTORIST WASHINGTON Aug 31 The Weather Bureau today j that n tropical disturbance Joseph Carey 21 26 street suffered injuries lo when automobile overturned in a collision vilh another car at Forty fourth and Cheslniit streets Phila delphia early today SUnilny Smith I CHI wns arrestcd j homes i We are nslng the the New Deal to save lives of our citizens and their homes Mr i rtiuinan said Under thls deal our government for lhe first time Is 00000 of the i Johl Gordon Norman Connors MUer Prospect Park onefamily Williarn MrMulIln Wallace Gordon pfClclal A riulmtor cap and a OeorKt Wood Howard J Jenkins klor lhc car inachmcry of Jolm Kdward Bland John s li were also taken JJNDICK SIlIITKIl 31 Topics of Ti nies reaching out a hclpiiiR himil to the irtTv VcmiMcker K iirldseport an distressed home owner of the ReadliiK Company n wiis kiilcd curly today beneath the vlitfis of a Ahlftini freight train In coinpanyi yards at Abram WOMENS NRA distressed home owner He said the borne olfcrs relief to many home vho have brcn harassed by dr prcsilon DEATH CARS HELD DIVISION ACTIVE s osen cxtenaect ov flavor i i n ward jr to the members oung While Woman and County Unit Cooperating DepressionHit Schools iPIKEKIWANLS See Aid in Liquor Taxesl CLUB MEETING L of the Good Will Fire Company No 2 j All members of the company will gather at the engine house Provli dence avenue and Fifteenth street at 7 oclock to parade with appaia tus and the city service truck Negro Face the Charge of Manslaughter A young white woman and a middle HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY B United Prcssl i oners jury and committed to the to Make the Eincrgency Campaign Successful The women of Delaware county are cooperating one hundred per ccnt with the Presidents call for high Tn Michigan and rural ichoo optnrcl vecks cnrlier so that nilslit close j during severe winter and save J the cxpcne of fuel i Torrhnrs salaries have been j from 10 to 50 per cent county prison without bail following workers in the Emergency Campaign an inquest conducted yesterday after for the National Recovery rie United Press survey today revealed AT HAWTHORNS Passion Prince Koyal Guinea Camp Douglas F Weather clrar track AT CONEY B offsub Heavy Suear Scrap Loud Speaker Monarch Biliy Bob spccior Goidcn Deeds Lady Weather cloudy track muddy that the little red school house and the milliondollar big cily school are carrying on under economy programs A passible alternative tr reduce teachers salaries curtailed cirrictila noon by Coroner J Evans Schcehle in r1rpfi T nh T the office of Deputy Coroner George clared Mrx Jonn J PnlllPs White at Third and Norris streets eral of lhe Womens Division of the They are Blanche Bums 20 of 129 NRA when interviewed today Summit avenue Aniline Village and To the women of the nation she Henry Palmer 40 Negro of 1413 West continued has been assigned the Ninth street this city They werel task of making personal appeal to i and shortened terms was seen by the drivers of automobiles that col the consumer which of course means some educators in added revenue from lided on the Post road opposite the a housetohouse canvass in each taxes on beer and on whiskey when plant of the Pure Oil Company i community The Mens Division is Marcus Hook on Saturday July 29 i handling business houses industrial about 530 oclock In the collision 1 plants and the like j Benjamin Brown 28 who lived at Mrs Phillips fees that newspaper Iy THE UNITED PRESS Whiskey and beer were held out by scattered educators today as possible saviors of schools starting the nev term next week under the stringent circumstances of depression Amont the last institutions to feel cago over nn economy program which the brunt of economic collapse a resulted in dismissal of about 1200 teachers and the elimination of nil junior hlKh schools Many athletic cultural nnd health funcions were also banned Jn contniot Dallas opened two junior hitjh and concentrated nil home mam training and similar coures of tho junior hUhs were cut out as rn Unless of CJivcs Interesting Talk at Glen olden iroup Wouiuled by Iatrolman Target Tor Attack Wonder if all ihoae young hoga the Hovcrnnicnt is buying up aio deslined for the pork barrel Howard Gal lag her says that only one person in five knows how to drive a Car That includes threefifths of drivers Which reminds that someone hai said that the person of average in telligence can learn to drive a car in a hours But it takes years of practice to fold a road map into Ha original shape Radio makes music our nnr blood i Some o il thai i made our blood boil expert tells warm Right have heard naa nnd if prohibition is repealed In two states beer revenue already is being used for the schools Th new Arkansas beer bill already ef Tt was CollinRdalc Night at the A sharp conflict developed in Chi weekly flinnermiiotiiiK of the Chester Pike Kiwnnls Club held list night at Glcnolrien grammar school when John A Smith hurtess of Collingdale iiid one of a class of more than rtt who will be received into thr club next Wednesday niKht adclresied the membership upon encns as heat of tli1 mimicipality WS BiiiBess Smith streied lhe fact that vho jiway in Ihe past five years all the towns niobiiu nn extravagance by Ciiicaco aulhori in the Chester pike area had become i several men and women working lies vis acclaimed as a first rank better acquainted with each other nk piult narrnvlv escaped in economy in Dallas He said that vvJiiKthe Ueprerslon jury umcs were hurled throueh Normal school an starting hnd caused untold KiilfcrinK during jj whitlows Menlord by nn angered crowd of sinkers when he attempted to halt tlie stoning of a cicaninc plant In Lansdovne yesterday Patrolman i John Murray wounded an uniclenuI fled nifni to have been tlin lender fit tin The victim one of about men nnd women who arrived at the plant ins varied u 2o atiloninbilcs and truck fell to sicighhorintj u ciutchiin his sidi He by his A writer complains that in somo local restaurants they do not boit their ris Ions Tlie troubla find is they cant boil them enough A follow who appeared before ijUate Hoiian displaying two shin ers siiri in the ficht h couid havo licked tiuohcr felew innris down But the trouble lhe other fcllowj The Weather in New Orisons Birmingham Okla the past four years there a bright j i r i i f j C1 v iiii H t i m MNtiiiiiiLi iiiimiii i 416 Sharswood stree Philadelphia and radio publicity have pnved the fectivc provides that 70 per cent of homi City Dallxs AUanln Memphio side to the picture There have been lifted after compiniotis had spirited i Kl 11 Ofl TT Wfl A rtf t ll rt 5 V frjr Vr i i rtinlt rrn n 1 lis tir If Ifnrt If n n n r mifxl ftm if tlint i fit t iti was killed He was a member of the way for the workers vs they call 1 Chester AllStars professional baseUipon the home con i ball team that had played a night to fall in line with this game at Salisbury Md and was on 1 stupendous upward movement toward I his way home Nine persons includI recovery She also expressed the j the drivers of both cars were ini thought that every woman whether open through the same msthod Iron jured A1J the victims were taken to or not she is a listed worker has a Louisianas superintendent the tax receipts shall go to a com Indianapolis inon fchooi fund to aid institutions City Cleveland Wasliinston D C which otherwise might be unable to Pittibiirsh Albany N Y Boston reopen Oklahoma schools are beini kept Fort Wayne epidemics he declared and that tlin death rntc is1 less is attested by the fart that in two Collliigdale cenic i WASHINGTON AUR The victim who remained unideni TIP vvraiiirr forecast Eastern Pcnn ificd after companions had spirited j Syjvania New prob him away fell before a bullet fired aIy liKht rajn lonifht Friday by Murray on duty at the Pnt The j cloudy risinij trnipcm man to haw been leading a BDSJ of tlfe Chester Hospital for treatment chance to assist the cause by that i schools said many schools uuid be Brown was pronptinced dead on ar word of mouth1 publicity which goes unable to remain open longer than rival at the institution The car driven by Miss Burris Tn owned by M C Warrington of 1031 It ha bssn found lmposiblc to Washington street Marcus Hook It organize the drive so that the work far tovird creating public seven or eight months except for a lem was prcwnted nt Ios where many school buildinss Biirijess oniitii who Is iictive were church voik nnd in fraternal organi was when lie was made the the fended himself The Jresh outbreak of violence in i tlu cleiiiuii nnd dyers strike uliuh Sin Fnircisco Milwaukee and most ttries nunihnr of Interments are group of on the plant and It major fIUes less by one IniU or Kroner than In n Mltrn Smalfr citii niul country riistricts correspondinK bctori the lc more severely hit Special prob ptrsston in f to Continued on Paffc Eighteen tare on whiskey which ir expected to enable them to run a full ninemonth term Ingenuity has been employed in destroyed by tin earthquake last told of some of his already his liecn marked by several March Trnt ill be usnd in many eucrs as a South Philadelphia resi1 yimilnr episodes came after both ciiilrlcti thr sirKiirrs have dent btfore lie located in Collingdale sidrs had announced thai they had TODAYS TEMPERATURES the sJrKiiirrs not yet been re built A S25000000 bond ittur is bsins sought to start a 1 Continued on i some sections to kecp educational rebuilding program He said the borough of which he isreached a mutual agreement to end Continued on Kiphtern 6 a in 62 H n m 7 n m fi Noon R i mfi4 1 p m j o a m H 2pm Continued on Page Eighteen I 10 a m63 when he was made the or ni hl ani rrilliy preceded by rain Murray dej in alu portions tonight Slowly risini temperature Friday 6A 10   

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