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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - September 5, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              WI DO OUN PAKT mt FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH 17689 Dally Leased Wire Reports of United Press UP and International News Service INS CHESTER PA TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 5 19U3 PRICE TWO CENTS JOHNSON ASKS NATION TO JOIN BUYING DRIVE In Speech He Puts Pur chasingUp to Consumers September 20 Labor Head Threatens Ac tion Upon Violators of Code CHICAGO Sept of the greatest Labor Day throngs in Chi cagos history heard Recovery Ad ministrator Johnson appeal for a nationwide consumer buying cam paign Addressing 250000 persons through a system of loud speakers that car ried his message to every corner of the Worlds Fair grounds Johnson reassured his listeners a federally di rected national campaign would start about September 20 to influence citi zens to buy freely He said We shall begin a campaign to try to convince the people ol the need to buy as a patriotic duty but as a prudent use of money With labor working shorter hours receiving more money commodities advancing in price and industrial costs mounting Johnson said there was bound to be an increase in the price to the consumer soon He added But the President who sponsored this recovery program is not going to see it run away with profiteering He indicated the government might resort to extraordinary powers if necessary to enforce fair prices The speaker failed to mention by name any of the large manufactur ers who so far have failed to join the NRA forces including Henry Ford but added We welcome opinions of persons who do not wish to comply with the law But it must be remembered that ultimate decision rests with the Presi dent of the United States He denied the Government was using a boycott campaign to force manufacturers and employers into line Johnson continued I may go a step further and say although this Labor Day was the first objective we shall not stop You cannot stop a movement like must carry it on to a con clusion It is unfair to the loyal and patriotic men who have put up the DESPERADO CAPTURED AFTER DALLAS JAIL BREAK DAIRYMEN AGAIN CONSIDER PLAN TO CALLSTRIKE County Farmers Arrange to Hold Meeting in he Media Armory NationWide Action Now Demands Arc Being Ignored CUBA CABINET PLAN TO QUIT AFTER REVOLT Secretary of War An nounces Decision Await ing Ccspcdcs Return President Has Been Aiding Storm Distressed To Form New Junta Harvey Bailey notorious Southwest badman is shown in three poses unilcr machine gun Riiard in manacles and in the death cell of the Dallas Texas County Jail from which he escaped Suspected in the Kansas City station massacre and Urschel kidnaping Bailey used a smuggled gun to force his jailors to release him Takine a guard as hostage he fled in the guards automobile which was wrecked when pursued near Arcimorc Okla Bailey then peacefully surrendered after only five hours of freedom FORD IGNORES TIME LIMIT ON NRA AUTO CODE This is Final Day to May be Some Last Min ute Development Soft Coal Men Still Out Roosevelt Back Ready for Showdown CHICAGO Sept eral Hugh S Johnson National Re BAILEY RECAPTURED AFTER WILD CHASE Blue Eagle to permit any competitor covery Administrator said today that to refuse to put it up Johnson spoke under auspices of Continued on Last Page TEACHER FACES BIGAMY CHARGE Ridley Park Woman His Second Wife Makes the Accusation its up to Ford to make the next move in the dispute between the government and Henry Ford over the efficacy of the NRA Johnson said the government would take no steps against Ford unless he violates provisions of the automobile code William H Whitnsy 60 a teacher is in a serious condition in New York where he was arrested on bigamy collapsed while being charges Whitney photographed and questioned in the New York police headquarters last night Physicians at Bellevue Hos pital said he is suffering from heart disease and stomach ulcers He was arrested yesterday on a warrant issued by Justice of the Peace Ralph McLaughlin Norristown and sworn to by Mrs Vena H Whit ney Little Neck L I Mrs Whitney who has two sons charges Whitney had not obtained a divorce from her and that he married Miss Winifred Mohr 30 Ridley Park at Valley Forge Memorial Chapel last October The ceremony was per formed by the late Rev W Herbert WASHINGTON Sept President Roosevelt returned to the capital today for two crucial show downs on the administrations drive for national recovery First and most spectacular was with Henry Ford who so far has made no move to bring his vast enterprises under the blue eagle Second and equally im portant was the failure of leaders of the bituminous coal industry to settle their disputes and agree to a recovery code Administrator Hugh S Johnson hurrying back from Chicago where he delivered a Labor Day address was expected to outline the entire Ford situation bringing the President up to date on developments since Johnson dispatched a report by air plane to Hyde Park last week before ARDMORE Okla Sept vey Bailey allegedly one of the na tions most desperate criminals was captured at the end of a wild auto mobile chase here yesterday four hours after he made a sensational escape from the county jail at Dallas by using a smuggled pistol Cornered in a smashed sedan on a main intersection of this Southern Oklahoma city the alleged leader in the kidnaping of Charles F Urschel Oklahoma City oil man and sup posedly one of the machine gunners in the slaying of four officers fine Frank Nash federal convict at Kan sas City June 17 surrendered quietlj to three Ardmpre policemen When the jail car he had stolen a Dallas whirled round a corner and smashed into a curb Bailey soon found himself looking into the muz zles of three Ardmore police pistols By his side protesting Im a jailer sat Nick Trcsp Dallas turn key whom Bailey had kidnaped I was Tresps car which was wreckec When we get where we are going Bailey had told him during the wil 115mile ride Ill give you your ca and some money and let you g back Tresp was released by the Ardmor officers as soon as he could be iden tified and Bailey was taken to jai HURRICANE ON TEXAS COAST AT PORTISABEL Wind at 100 Miles an Hour Batters Brownsville Rain at Corpus Christi Citrus Fruit Belt Damaged Million Dollars Growers Estimate WASHINGTON Sept What gives promise of bcliis nn unusually largely attended meeting of milk producing farmers of this j county will be held In the Armory j in Media nt 8 oclock DST Thurs day night The meeting has been planned to protest against the new Philadelphia milk marketing agree ment During the past 48 hours efforts were bosun by farmers throughout the East to extend the proposed Pennsylvania milk strike into a na tional affair The Regional Committee for Action sent agents into New England and the Midle West to enlist sympathetic farmers in the strike to bc called by the committee if its demands arc not met by Secretary of Agriculture Wallace Other farm organizations mean while were continuing their more conservative preparations lor the Agriculture Departments hearing next Monday on the new Philadel phia milk marketing agreement Two rallies were held last night In Chester at the farm of Frank Johnson nt Unionville and the other at the Community Hall Lan denbcrg where Holliday Hoopcs pre sided The speakers were Guy Cox William B Roberts J J Rublncalne and Gordon Jones Plans for a national milk strike were laid at meetings of the action committee of the Regional Committee on Friday and Saturday in New York Lewis C Bentzley chairman of the action committee snicl yesterday that representatives were sent to Connecti cut and other New England states to enlist the support of those associa tions who are in sympathy with the farmers struggles He tKidcd that rep resentatives were also sent to Now York slate Ohio Michigan and Wis i cousin calling upon those farmers to support the strike We want the strike to be a na Orders Warships To Cuban Waters WASHINGTON Sept of StoUHull today ordered a 10000ton cruiser and three destroyers to proceed under full steam to Cubu 10 protect American lives should the revolu tion against the De Ccspcdcs gov ernment enter a military phnse In imnouncing his action Hull emphnsimi Hint Ihe United Slates was not intervening in Cubn but merely sought to protect Its clti and Interests The spcrotary nskcd the Nnvy Department to despatch the ves sels after he had In Iked twice with Ambassador Sunnier Welles In Havana who considered the re volt threatening The destroyer MueFarlnnd sailed from Key West early todny The destroyer Bainbridgc was ordered south from Norfolk and the cruiser Richmond wns instructed to sail north from off the Panama Canal All three are going to Hnvann The destroyer Stucievint now at GuantnnaniD Buy naval station Cuba wns sent to Santiago ChesterMarcus Hook Area Is Allocated For Del River Improvements Will Be Expended for Slicing Off Large Part of Chester Island to Permit Widening of Channel Opposite This City Anchorage For Oil Tankers Will Be Con structed Opposite Marcus Hook to Rid Stream of Hazard of Anchored Craft The tropic storm which hit the Texas lional strike If possible said SRU C coast yesterday has moved inland and Waldbaum attorney for the Regional is rapidly losing its intensity the Committee elaborating Mr Bentzleys i statement The remarks of Secretary I Wallace in Hcrshey on Sunday tend weather bureau reported today HOUSTON Texas Srnt to bellef that relcf HOUblON iexas sept WLU bc granted by the Department ot center of a tropical hurricane Agriculture as a result of the hearing next Monday Preparations are therefore being macie carefully for the strike We wish CRASH CLIMAXES WHOOPEE PARTY Eddystone Man is Held as Drunken Has Fine to Pay Mr and Mrs Walter L Godschalk struck the Texas coast near Port Isa bel early today Communications between Houston and Brownsville and Port Isabel were disrupted The hurricane was the same that caused the loss approximately of 100 lives in Cuba Saturday Hurricane winds battered a large section of the Texas coast Velocity nt Brownsville was reported at 100 miles an hour at 2 a m today At Harlingen the gale struck with 90 mileanhour force filling the air with uprooted trees and other debris At Corpus Christi water was re ported 18 inches deep on Water street The flood was spreading through the business district and had reached the lobby of the Neuces Ho tel National guardsmen were called out to prevent looting and virtual Continued on Last Page SCHOOL OFFICIALS COMPLETING DETAILS of the 1100 block East Eleventh street martial law prevailed Mr Roosevelt left on a yacht cruise climaxed an allnight whoopee party Burk McLaughlin said the first Mrs Today was the last day for Ford to sign a certificate of compliance to the automobile code and report from his Michigan mountain vaca tion camp indicated he planned to ignore the deadline The administra tion likewise was expected to make no issue the time element If Ford persists in ignoring the government the administration probably will leave its case with the public John Whitney got the warrant at the re quest of the second who says Whit ney deserted her in New York some time ago and that she has sued him for nonsupport McLaughlin said the second Mrs Whitney who has returned to the home of her parents has a young baby The first Mrs Whitney con ducts a private school at Little Neck Mrs Winifred Whitney located Mrs Vena Whitney a few weeks ago after a long search McLaughlin said McLaughlin said he will ask Dis trict Attorney Stewart Nase to seek an indictment from the Grand Jury which meets today so Whitney can be extradited 14 DIE IN 3DAY HOLIDAY ACCIDENTS by driving their automobile into a parked truck and then crashing into a porch at 809 McDowell street at 6 a m today The husband was arrested charged with operating an automobile while marooned on Brazos Island near Port Isabel An other party was marooned on Padre Island Heavy damage was caused in the Continued on Last Page Dr David A Ward resumed his duties as superintendent of city schools today after having enjoyed a vacation tour of the southern states in company with Mrs Ward Superintendent Ward and his as sistant Samuel C Miller with the members of their supervisory nnd of fice staffs arc making every effort to complete the final details dealing with the opening of the schools Thursday and the holding of the teachers in stitute tomorrow at the Chester High School Many of the teachers and super visors returned during the holiday from their places of vacation and are calling today at the superintendents offices on business pertaining to the opening dayj All teachers must end their vacations tomorrow as each HAVANA Sept only 22 days ill office the government of Provisional President Carlos Mnn uel de Cespecles capitulated todny following n bloodless coup dctnt by enlisted men of Ihe army navy nnd police force Secretary of War Horrvcio Ferrer and Paul rie Cardenas secretary to the presidency announced the cab inet had decided to resign but will await the return to Havana of Presi dent do Cespecles who was leading relief work in the hurricane nrea nt the time of the revolt The cabinet ministers stild they would await President dc Ccspcdcs nt the Presidential palace Indications were he would join his ministers in resigning immediately upon his ar rival The new revolutionary junta headed by Sergio Carbo long promi nent as a Communist lender will take possession of the government immediately Relation between the de Ccspcdcs regime nnd the revolutionary govern ment were snld to be entirely cardinl The revolt wns carried out with lightning speed the revolutionaries establishing their junta relieving all army officers and police officials ol their command nnd demanding the resignation of the de Cespcdcs gov ernment within the space of two hours A proclamation wns Issued by the revolutionists enunciating their aims as follows 1 Economic reconstruction of the political organization of the nation bnsed on nn early constituent ns scmbly The ChesterMa re us Hook nrca will receive of the nllo cnlcd by the Federal Public Works Admlnlsi ration for Dcluwnrc river im provements with 3000 men to be plnccd at work The improvements will be placed under contract October 1 One of the three big jobs provides for dredging nil anchorage for oil tankers on the New Jersey side of the river opposite Mnrcus Hook Another improvement will n fleet Chester Island the sum of being allocated for shaving a slice olt the Island and widening the river opposite this city The third operation provides 000 toward n 25foot channel between Allegheny avenue Philadelphia and Trenton N J The three operations H Is estimated by government officials will require from eight to ten months Wllllnm D Mnson In chnrge of the Mnrcus Hook plant of the Sun Oi Company prime mover In the pro posal for nn anchorage ncross fron Mnrcus Hook todfty was frnnkl elated with the announcement of thi government Mr Mason Initialed the movcmnn nnd secured the support of the othc oil companies In the Hook nren H went tc Washington to testify be for the Rivers nnd Hnvbors Committee o the House of Representatives on th need of such nn nnchorVgc and hi arguments had much to do with th ultimate decision for the expend lure Marcus Hook Incidentally contrlb uted 28 per cent of nil shipping re oiled for the past year along clawnre river which Is a record in self Philadelphia formerly having most a monopoly The projected operations will ba i charge of Colonel Earl I Brown f the Engineer Corps of the U S rny but will be executed by prlvato ontract He Ls in charge of Dela urc river improvements from Tren on to the sea Philadelphia now hns a 35foot leep channel which runs from Dela iarc Bay to Allegheny avenue The Sins000 Item will permit the jovcrnment to widen the channel oft Chester Chester Islands lowlying nnrshy shores have been a menace o navigation A strip 200 feet wido nil be cut oil the island and a bend n the ship channel at thnt point will be almost eliminated The chan icl now 800 feet wide here will have a span of 1000 feet The Island on which historians say Indians camped is onehalf mile long It Is owned principally by the duPont company Officials of that corporation have agreed to per mit the Government to reduce tha siw of the islimd without remunera tion The proposed anchorage for oil Innkcrs off Mnrcus Hook will havo a twofold purpose It will afford greater accommodation to tho oil carriers which in normal times have increased steadily with cargoes of oil from the Texas California and Mexican fields It will also remove Innkcrs from Continued on Last rage GORDON CITED IN BANKING CASE Petition Involves State Chief and 3 Others Hint ing Court Contempt A hearing WDS held In Federal Court In Philadelphia todny on a petition calling on Dr William D Gordon stnte secretary of banking nnd three of his subordinates in charge of the closed Chester County Trust Company West Chester to PAVING PROJECT IS CONSIDERED Completion of MacDade Boulevard Through City Now Planned 2 Immediate renovation nnd trial of delinquent former government civ Con tinuctl on Last Page he was under the influence of liquor RESUME U S PROBE faculty member of the citv school sys f n li i r Fii Anno iirr Ii i TIT n H and his wife Anna 45 was charged VERMONT VOTING TODAY ON REPEAL There is a strong possibility that in the ncnr future the state will un dertake the completion of MacDade Boulevard with Twentysecond street In this city This information is given In a letter from Governor Pinchot to Judge Al show cause why they should noL be bert Dutton MacDade who wrote tho cited for contempt of court chief executive asking whether this H AI AUl UUUL j The petition for the hearing was I and the industrial highway from tern is expected to be present at 10 son said several days ago that the Was held in S500 bail for court and ini4 LJ LUIU IS tU Uti HL 1U with being drunk and disorderly INTO COUNTY AFFAIRS k the opening session of the when they were arraigned for hear ings in police court today Godschalk public might crack down on the Detroit manufacturer if he did not sign his wife was fined S5 and costs Police say that when they received word of the crah they went to the scene and found a pint bottle partly filled in Godschalks car Police tried to induce Mrs Godschalk to go home teachers institute Ending a recess the i FAJR WEATHER Federal Grand Jury today in Phila1 dclphia resumed its probe of graft and corruption in Delaware county which already has resulted in the indictment of 96 persons in a liquor There was a possibility of course of some lastminute development whereby a way would be found for Ford to get the Blue Eagle without making his books accessible to the code administrators the National automobile Chamber of Commerce to which his competitors but not his was under the influence of intoxicat delphia after spending some time in but she became impudent with police conspiracy and insisted on accompanying her Jules Emplit a hotel proprietor of husband who was later examined by Essington was the first witness Dr H C Donahoo who certified he i Chet Keycs who returned to Phila company belong j ing liquor 1 Kansas City in pursuit of his private This provision of the code was rei Another drunken driver Henry i law practice declined to discuss the garded as the most objectionable to Bailey 43 of 3 Dutton Mill road con probe i He the individualistic Ford who was said i victed last June in the county courts Continued on Last Page CITY PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS REOPEN said he could not state whether on a similar charge was held with additional indictments will b handed down and termed the pres out bail for court Belated holiday weekend traffic accident reports today listed 14 per sons dead and over 70 others injured in street and highway crashes throughout the state With Labor Day traffic to multiply the number of cars and drivers tak ing to the highways a commensurate increase in the number of accidents was noted from virtually all sections Philadelphia was the least fortu nate in the traffic melee of the three day holiday reportirg three deaths and several score persons injured Although the attendance figures were not complete this morning rec ords at St Roberts and St Michaels Bailey was arrested in this city 1 cnt investigation merely routine It Sunday night and found to have a was learned that 20 subpcnas were quart of moonshine liquor in his posj served in Delaware county and that session He was also pronounced drunk about 10 witnesses will bc heard to by Dr Donahoo Bailey served two s of a three years sentence and FORECAST FOR AREA Fair weather is predicted today and early tomorrow followed by showers tomorrow afternoon or night in East ern Pennsylvania New Jersey Dela ware and Maryland Not much change in temperature is expected Tine highest temperature here yes r t t idday was 82 degrees at 5 p m and t M 1 nn mi TlOSCCl UV MONTPEIER Vt Sept INS of three quarters of a century were arrayed ogninst a surge of nationwide wet sentiment today as Vermont held n special election on the question of thc 21st amendment to repeal prohibition For fifty years the green mountain stnte hnd antiliquor laws on Its statute now it has a law prohibiting the sale of beverages stronger than 32 per cent even in the event of national repeal until further legislation is enacted Although both wet and dry fac tions were confident of victory im b v F granted by Federal Judge George A Welsh on Saturday It wns learned but was not made public until the case was listed in court today Filed by United States District At torney Edward W Wells whose res ignation was accepted today by the attorney general the petition states that the banking secretary refused to turn over the assets of n mortgage pool to him when he went to West Chester as receiver for the bank Judge Welsh appointed Wells co receiver of the closed institution with Richard F Ennls The petition said that C Archer Darlington and Elbert N Puscy in charge of the bank refused to per mit them to inspect the books Attorney General William Schna der appeared for Dr Gosdon in Fed eral Court When the receivers were appointed by the jurist attorneys ot the State Banking Department ob jected to the appointments on the grounds the banking department could administer the affairs of the closed bank more economically than could bc done by receivers COUNTY MEDICAL STUDENTS LICENSED Chester to Philadelphia could be fi nanced from Federal road funds xWhen Judge MacDade was state senator he wns particularly interested In highways and since his elevation to the county bench he has maintained this Interest The construction of the industrial highway is held up according to the governor because the City of Phila delphia has as yet failed to open Gibi son street which is the Philadelphia connection with the rond Judge Mac Dade while in the state Senate was instrumental in having a special act passed authorizing this highway which was endorsed by industrial leaders along the Delaware including Continued rn Last Page Topics of Times the lowest was 72 at 630 a m The Poscci bthc wc1 clties average of 77 was six degrees above communities was paroled His license was revoked for a year by state authorities He will if f iirrc an mtnout a license HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY United Fress ATTTT T TM U POST ACTIVITIES uiui at OL nuuei t b iuiu OL iviiuiiiici i erarlp rhnnl rtpnartmpnts whirh fcc tnc additional Charge of opcrnt graac scnooi aeparimems wnicn wirnnnt a limnsp opened their fall terms totaled al I most thc same as last fall The Sisters in charge of the classes divided the pupils in their proper groupings shortly after their arrival at school this morning and after thc classes had been arranged the pupils marched to the chapel rooms where religious services were conducted Pupils entering the schools for the first time were required to show medical and age requirement certifi The EmmertzMullin Post Veter ans of Foreign Wars will hold a reg ular meeting in day normal for the date but five degrees below the average September 4 last year Maximum temperature for the date is 92 established in 1029 and minimum 53 in 1883 Sunrise today was at 632 a m and sunset will be at 727 p m East ern Daylight Saving time T 1 New Dear Tests to Bare Supreme Court Alignment IT ROM INJURIES 1 IVU1U inj U WASHINGTON Sept of two independent dealers that Deal theories and emergency lengc the right of the administration Mrs Friclic Conaway of the Upper Chichrstrr Memorial Presbyterian Ma 1110 Boothwyn has received word from her husband the Rev Frielle Conawnv that his mother Mrs J Conaway of Amamosa Iowa who has been lyinp in a hospital in Banwert Ohio following an automobile acci jricnt lnt week in which she was In jured while on her way to visit her son and his family here died last Inipht ai 945 Rev Conaway has been at the bed Los Angeles couple get remarried every year just to remember tho things we said when we were first married Lots of people are glad to forget em Huey Long gets an offer of week to appear in a sideshow Itd be an awful come down after all thesa years of burlesque Vhr the s wm noia a re mvi LHU iigin ui mu fiinpnl the Post Head economic legislation of the state and to license an industry or any part quarters 2722 West Third street this national governments promise to i it They contend that as a result of evening with Commander Howard j DrillS out tnc alignment of libthis provision the agriculture adjustj DENY CODE VIOLATION Officials of a hairdrcssing and Prernc Court during the term soon to The District of Columbia supreme beauty shop establishment on East i start i Nixon presiding Final preparations icrals conservatives in the Su1 ment act is unconstitutional Nine medical students residing in this county were among those in cluded in the group of successful can didates for state medical licenses it was revealed in reports from the Stale Board of Medical Examiners received today from Harrisburg Of those tak ing the state examinations which were conducted on July 11 and 15 nt Philadelphia and Pittsburgh 416 of the candidates received grades which entitled them to receive the license sanction of the state medical board Of all the successful applicants there were only two women students one being Ruth F Harral of Drexcl Hill this county The successful ones from this county were Wilmcr K Gallagher Chester Ruth F Harral Drcxel Hill Rolfe M Hnrvey Media John J Mc Laughlin East Lansdownc Clarence R Pentz Upper Darby Thomas K Rathmell Prospect Park Charles A Spangler Swarthmore Murray K Splllman Highland Park and John D Stcele Wayne At LINCOLN FIELDS Folly Le Bruycrc Doris Jean Lampblack Radiant Tcss Cotton Club Leo M Lofty Heights Omond Shed ring Coalcs Weather clear rack fast Al ROCK1NGHAM PARK Nash Hooligan Tide Weather clear track heavy cntes as will be called for on Thurs next Sunday at the Post home court has ruled and up Eighth street near Edgmont avenue dav with the reopening of the public 1 be made The Post members will I This alignment has been m doubt held the law It was the first court t js morning denied that their estab schools of the city system also discuss an extensive fall andslnoc tno appointment of Chief Jusj to recognize the existence of a na urs in any way involved In There were few sad faces this winter program tlcc Hughes and Associate Justice tional emergency similar to war anci nonconlnrmance with the NRA rcgu Fashiondesigners plan to restora ihc hourglass figure Well its time The skipper of a museum boat hers rescued a wouldbe suicide from the river yesterday He should just add the rescued one to his collection ot big fish A 4000yearold boat containing primitive tackle was found in a bog in Finland Thus establishing a fish ing worlds record for waiting without getting a bite One thing the depression caused was to reduce sunMstition Not nearly so many persons still consider the S3 bill unlucky morning at the conclusion of the long vacation as the parochial school pupils seemed impressed with the change of again returning to school and were too much engrossed in the i Roberts a little more than three years SHULTZ WINS PEAK CLIMB ago The two members frequently joining in extremely humane opinions COLORADO SPRINGS Col Sept or dissents in important cases have ing the two courts establishing the sustain extreme legislation on that lotions The shop Is said to be fully ground The New York State Court m accord with the NRA and display of Appeals has made a similar findi jng tnP blue eagle emblems The im 5 Glen Shultz of Colorado Springs task of getting ready for classes newing old acquaintances and form the long term ahead HIGH SCHOOL The GlenNor High School will won the Pikes Peak Hill climb here found themselves aligned with the only precedent was given that the shop was not in conformance with the NRA socalled liberal group But since i Attempts to punish violators ot wnon on Saturday morning a picket for thc seventh time as he they havr come to the bench with I National Recovery Administration iaraded back and forth in front of rkvpll mpntallv nn nrovK ls scaled power special over the exception of the Appalachian coal I codes is expected to furnish a sim nc doorwsv displaying signs which rt the treacherous twelvemile course in case there has been little litigation I liar test soon i urerd ciistoinnrs not to patronize the minutes 50 seconds slower to bring their economic theories Abandonment of the gold standard which stated that the than the record he established last illto clcar distinction i is regarded as a fertile field for the establishment was in nonconform ycar i Tests of thc new deal legislation growth of new deal test litigation ancc with thc NRA code Al Miller of Detroit won the stock arc cxpcctcd to make their theories Refusal of the government to honor open for the fall term tomorrow Pupils of the tenth eleventh and twelfth grades will report at 9 a m and those of the seventh eighth and ninth grades at 130 p m On Thurs day all students report at 822 a m U S TREASURY BALANCE WASHINGTON Sept Treasury balance as of Sept 1 Sl 201 805 16188 miscellaneous internal revenue S6 56857900 custom receipts car event lowering the former record PS VTU as tnose of tnc junior Mncmj its gold bonds in gold which has two minutes The new mark is bcr Justice Cardozo plain There caused much criticism abroad fur hns been little doubt as to Cardozo nishes a question of the inviolability ATTENDING CONFERENCE Samuel J Stcrrett general secre qvoups will return tomorrow evening John ator executive and the recipient of many honors from the Catholic Church of which he was a member died yester titude of the court to the new deal of thc cotton and day in the Jefferson Hospital PhilaS legislation This case Idelphia at the age 69 der the Recovery Act is expected to which the Supreme Court ultimately be the first case to reveal the at must pass Challenges to the validity ssine i started in the Chicago milk code suiti begun 11CW QCai UIU tOUUll aim n has been taxes are reported contemplated or IY M C A cxccuthcs from the Southwestern Pennsylvania bfstrict Conference of Employed is in 1 session at Eaglesmere Today Is Second Registration Day Today Is the second of the fall registration days To vote in thc primary election on September 19 it is necessary that a voter be enrolled as a mem ber of a political party Registration will qualify an elector for the ballot in November when the state will pass judgment on repeal of the Eighteenth Amendment and the electors will vote on the question ot permitting Sunday baseball and football Registrars will be on duty from 9 a m to 1 p m 2 p m to 7 p m and 8 p m to 11 p m Day light Saving time To register it is necessary to show a receipt show ing payment of state or county tax within two years A poll tax receipt may be purchased at the polling places Two fellows were arrested here for fighting over a fivecent cigar It must have been made of scrap tobacco Administrator Hugh S Johnson seems to have a standard for serving Blue Eagle eggs hardboiled Our favorite telephone operator tells us that any girl can get the mart she wants But it takes a clever girl to get the man the other gir want The Weather WASHINGTON Sept LT Thc weather forecast Eastern Pennsylvania and New Jcr tonight Wednesday in crcasinp cloudiness Rain Wednesday night and probably in south portion in late afternoon not much in temperature Western Pennsylvania Gcnr rallr fair tonight and Wednesday except possibly bowers in rvtrrmc portion Wednesday Not much in temperature TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m fi8 11 a m 7 a m68 Noon f a M 0 1 P m 9 m 0 2 p m 10 K m0 70 n 71 73   

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