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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - September 6, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              WS 00 OUK FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH 17690 Dally Leased Wire Reports of United Press UP and International News Service IINB1 CHESTER PA WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 3 10SS PRICE TWO CENTS PINCHOT READY TO CALL SESSION OF LEGISLATURE To Be Summoned in Spe cial Edict Before Mid November Dozen Subjects on List to Be Considered Liquor is Chief HARRISBURG PA Sept State Legislature will be sum moned into special session before midNovember It was learned today from sources close to Governor Gif ford Pinchot Nearly a dozen subjects will be MARINES READY TO GO TO CUBA TENSION GROWS Seventh Regiment Concen trates at Quantico to Protect Americans U S Residents in Havana Take Refuge in Hotel Radicals Head Regime placed before the lawmakers for con sideration but the Governors chlei purpose in convening the session it was said will be to obtain legislation governing the manufacture and sale of liquor and appropriations to bol ster dwindling state finances All of the subjects expected to be included in the call for the special session are of a highly controversial of them occupied much of the time of the last and it is believed the session will be a long one Liquor control is the outstanding question Other subjects expected to be named are State finances state con trol of 53000 miles of secondclass township roads financial relief for public schools unemployment relief vinemployrrent insurance old age pensions child labor laws and new revenueproducing measures Administration leaders anticipate that the Eighteenth Amendment will be repealed before Christmas and if this occurs there will be no laws governing sale of liquor in the Com monwealth Observers believe Pinchot hopes to have a liquor law enacted before repeal is effected If the constitutional amendment for a bond issue for poor relief is defeated at the polls No vember 7 it will be necessary for the Legislature to provide an appropria tion for relief needs It is expectec that the appropriation of made by the 1933 Legislature will be virtually exhausted by midNovem ber and additional appropriation will be needed to obtain federa funds U S WARSHIPS SENT TO SCENE OF NEW CUBAN REVOLT CRUISER BJCHMOHD WASHINGTON Sept President Roosevelt today directed two more warships to proceed to Cuba and ordered the Seventh Regi ment of Marines to concentrate at Quantico Va Marine Base to be ready for instant movement to Cuba The Marine movement to Quantico was underway today the first con ingent departing from Philadelphia or Quantico The Navy Department announccc hortly before noonthat the battlc hip Mississippi was enroute to Cuba and that the cruiser Indianapoli vas under orders to proceed to tin sland from Annapolis Md Mr Roosevelt summoned Secretary of Navy Swanson Assistant Secretar Henry L Roosevelt and Admiral Wil iam H Standley chief of naval oper ations to a White House conference Naval officers said a contingent of 2200 marines could be moving on Cuba within 24 hours if intervention or merely such a show of lorce were ordered State Department officials refused to discuss the possibilities of inter vention The landing of armed men in Cuba probably would be the last expedient adopted by the Adminis tration But the four warships or dered yesterday to Havana and San tiago were instructed to protect American lives and property even if that duty imposed the necessity of going ashore The President said in tervention was not contemplated A full landing in Cuba would in volve an expeditionary force con 15 DEAD IN TRAIN WRECK EXPRESS IS HIT FROM REAR Failure of Engineer to See Danger Signals Blamed for Collision Occurs at Bmghtimton N Y Many Were Return ing From Chicago Fair RAISED BY FORD IS SILENT ON HIS NRA STAND First Move of Automobile Manufacturer in Going U S One Better Government Moving ward Test With Mag nate Relying on Public Here uiL trio tiiiiscr I S S Kkhmimd and two of ihc three destroyers ordered to Havana following lie revolutionary coup acnirisl Ihc covrrninrnl of President rle Ccspedcs by the Cuban army navy and nalionil police Uhllc he American warships have mil rrcelvert orders In land any mm on Cu ban soil it is felt thai their presence in Havana harbor will have a beneficial effect tense situation The United Stales action xvns taken following an hiterchnnKe of opinions between Ambassador Welles In Havana and Secretary of State Hull in Washington sistjng of the Seventh Regiment of 1108 marines now being assembled at Quantico and a contingent of 1 000 marines from Haiti The governor is expected to revive John Potts Col Richard P Williams com mands the Seventh Regiment senior officers are Lt Col Henley Lt Col S S Lee and Major LESS THAN HALF OF THE ELECTORS AREJNROLLED Registration for Second Day About on Par With First Days Results RAIN IS PROBABLE IN AREA TONIGHT Increasing cloudiness Is predicted today with rain tonight or tomorrow in Eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland It will be cooler tomorrow The highest temperature here yes terday was 80 degrees nt 6 p m and the lowest was 70 at 8 a m The avfrrage of 75 was four degrees above normal for the date but seven de grees below the average September 5 last year Maximum temperature for the date is 90 established in 1898 UP DARBY VOTERS VOICE APPROVAL his proposal that the highway de partment assume permanent respon sibility for the 53000 miles of road now under township control Leg islators at the last session rejected this plan and passed a bill making the department responsible for main taining these roads during 1934 and 1935 The public schools are said to be facing serious financial difficulties as a result of a slash in ap Continued on Page Ten The Mississippi is a capital ship recently modernized at Norfolk Va Continued on Page Ten VISITOR IS SHOT WOMAN IS HELD REPEAL WINS 2 TO 1 IN rwrrp ATTTk to sive police any information con ONCE ARID VbKMUIN 1 corning the shooting but finally ad Police today were hunting a Negro woman who early this morning shot a man identified as Walter Daring ton of One Hundred and Twenty second street New York City in the right leg below the knee Darington was reluctant at first to give police any information con MONTPELIER Vt Sept INS rolling stone of national wet sentiment swept the prohibition moss of threequarters of a century from the Green Mountains and today Ver mont stood as the twentyfifth con secutive state demanding repeal of the Eighteenth Amendment Vermont considered by many as one of the most arid states in the country rolled up a twotoone ma jority for repeal electing twelve wet and two dry delegates to the State Constitutional Convention to be held here September 18 Voting was extremely light Final figures from the 248 cities and towns of the state showed for repeal 41310 against repeal 20218 WASHINGTON Sept Repeal of the Eighteenth Amend ment by the first week in December appeared a certainty today as the vote of Vermont placed a majority of the states on record against na tional iprohibition President Roosevelt was overjoyed at the Vermont vote He regarded it aa ample assurance of victory in carrying out his campaign pledge to take prohibition out of the Consti tution Vermonts vote brought 25 states under the antiprohibition banner Four more states will vote next week They are Maine on Monday September 11 Colorado Maryland and Minnesota on September 12 On September 19 IJrho and New Mexico will go to the polls Virginia votes October 3 and Florida on Oc tober 10 Five more states vote November 7 the day on which President Roose velt expects ratification of prohibi tion repeal to become effective These states are North Carolina South Carolina Pennsylvania Ohio and Utah WILL CONSIDER LEGISLATIVE PLAN mitted that his girl friend known as Ruth and Virginia shot him while they were in a house on Mary street A searchof the house was made by police but the woman fled before they arrived Darington is in the Chester Hospital where he was taken by a friend Voters In Upper Darby will be given an opportunity the primary election September 19 to cast their j ballots for or agninst a plan by which I the township would borrow S400000 from the Reconstruction Finance Corporation for public works Tho Board of Commissioners passed a recolutlon last night giving approval to such plan Cyrus F Agnew presi dent of the board urged Ihc electors to vote for the loan He declared that 1 tno date is established in 1898 j about would bo ufed for high biand KllSh Anticipated j and minimum 53 in 1896 way construction tho balance to be nn Tliivrl in A Final Hair Sunrise today was at a m used for a huge sewngc system Ull JUUU dllU r aid Lfdy and sunset wni ue at p m East planned for the eastern section of the Saturday Sept 16 crn Daylight Saving Time j county TAX COLLECTORS PROSPECT PARK BOND APPROVED j NRA SUPPORTERS I Security Furnished by E S Enthusiastic Meeting Is Held in the High School HURRICANE KILLS 53 IN RIO GRANDE VALLEYjieOOHURT Tropic Sweep Leaves Three Cities in Texas and Mex ico in Ruins With returns from all precincts total registration figures for the scc irlhn I ond day show the enrollment of 3269 Republicans 944 Democrats and 21 who registered as NonPartison Pro hibitonists or Independent Republi cans The enrollment for the first day was 3655 Republicans 911J Democrats and 7 NonPartisan making the total registration Reoublicans 6924 Dem acrats 1853 NonPartisan 28 This means a last day rush Satur day September 16 the final day for Fry Accepted by the Co Cora missi oners The bond of Edward S Fry col Property Damage Set at Three Millions Injured in Hospitals HARLINGEN Tex Sept parties penetrating the lower Rio Gnindc valley scene of a devas tating tropical hurricane todny re ported Hint 53 persons were known to have been killed in the three cit ies left virtually in ruins Sixteen hundred persons were suffering from Injuries Survivors in the cities of Browns ville San Bcnito and Harlingcn BINGHAMTON N Y Sept of the engineer of an Krle Railroad milk train to see danger signals todny was blamed for a rear end collision between his train and the crack Atlantic express of the road In which fifteen jwrsoiui were killed and ai least J5 seriously injured The limited bound from Chicago to Jersey City and en fry ins muny homeward bound visitors to the Worlds Fair hnd Just pulled out ot the locnl station nnd slowed down for a dnugcr signal when tho milk train eastward bound crushed into the rear end of ths passenger Most of those killed were hi a I wooden coach in the middle of the train The locomotive of the milk trnin smashing into a stoel coach on the rear of the limited nnd telescoped an other stecu coach into the wpoden ear smashing it ns nn eggshell Seals oi the wooden coach were rammed into one end of the car carrying men women nnd children In a horrible crush and smashing them to the floor ngalnst the coach walls and celling The nose of the milk train knifed Its way eight feet Into the rear car of the passenger train Shock of the impact threw the three lasL cars of the passenger train off the tracks and piled high a tangled mass of wreck ape and humanity Passengers throughout the train were thrown from their scats nnd sev eral suffered shock As screams of the Injured and the dying broke through the night train men and passengers dashed for the Blnghnmton State Hospital close to the scene to summon nid Every available doctor nurse nnd ambulance from Binghnmton John son City Enclicott ind nearby towns hurried to the wreck Police and fire men augmented by state troopers and n company of national guardsmen hurried to the scene and immediately began the work of extricating the bodies from the mass of tangled Etee and wood Meantime railroad officials hnstily began a preliminary investigation into cause of the crash Ford Plant Here Ignorant of Boost In Minimum Wage Officials at the Ford plnnt In this city thin morning said they knew nothing official of the pay of men In the employ of thecom pany receiving a minimum of per day being Increased to They said all they knew about the proposed Incrcnse was what they Iwd rend iu the papers DETROIT sept upward rc islon In wages In the plants of tha ord Motor Co bringing the dally ny for some classes of employes to 4ISO ns ngnlnst n previous mini mm became known today nrenlly Henry Fords first move in going one better the NBA automo itlc code from which he Is n holdout The upward revision was confirmed t the Ford offices although officials Mil they were riot ready to innke an innounccmcnt pending completion of he adjustment which hns been under vny for severnl weeks It was Indicated however already 0000 ot the 40000 Ford employes lave benefited by the increase While It was said tho basic mini num still Is a day the Increases for certain types of skilled labor in cluding workers on the assembly lines o nnd more bring the Ford vngc once more within striking dis tance of the famous minimum wage with which Ford startled the In dustrial world in 1914 Some skilled workers arc receiving ns high ns n day The company still continues on the five day week with employes working eight hours a day Support of the NRA as a patriotic registering providing those directing j ector of county and poor taxe forduty of the utmost importance to the j torn from their foundations by tho the city of Chester hasbeen approved welfare of America was urged by hurricane rri i Engineer G O Grnntler of Hornrll Limited said the trah buildings an enrollment c6mparable to that for by the County Commissioners after DISABLED VETERANS ELECT OFFICERS Election of officers held last eve ning by the members of Colonel James A G Campbell Chapter Disabled Veterans of the World War resulted as follows Commander Luke A Donohue vice commander El wood Taylor junior vice commander Anthony Natale treasurer Fred OBrien chaplain Harry Forwood sergeantatarms Norman E Prance historian Louis Whitely state com mitteeman Max R Deutsch officer of the day Bernard Tobin PROHIBITIONISTS FILE mately 20000 First 1st Precinct 2nd Precinct 3rd Precinct 4th Precinct 5th Precinct Second 1st Precinct 2nd Precinct 3rd Precinct 4th Precinct 5th Precinct Third 1st Precinct 2nd Precinct 3rd Precinct Fourth 1st Precinct 2nd Precinct approval bTthe county soHcitor Albert J Williams The bond is in the speakers at a mass meeting of resi dents of Prospect Park held last First Day Sec Da amount of 5227571 issued by the New 1 ight in the Prospect Park high York Casualty Company and covers school auditorium collections of taxes for the year 1D331 Thirty members of the John Wes At yesterdays meeting of the Icy Cross Cadet Corps marched into missloners with all members of the the auditorium led by Drum Major Sept titions bearing 3000 names were filed at the Capitol today for the 15 Prohibition candidates for delegates to the State Repeal Convention De cember 5 Additional petitions will be filed Friday it was announced NRA OFFICERS IN THE WEST END Major General Chas Ward Announces Majors and Captains for Campaign 1st Precinct 2nd Precinct 3rd Precinct 4th Precinct Sixth 1st Precinct 2nd Precinct 3rd Precinct Seventh 1st Precinct 2nd Precinct 3rd Precinct 4th Precinct Eiffhtli 1st Precinct 2nd Precinct 3rd Precinct 4th Precinct Ninth 1st Precinct 2nd Precinct 3rd Precinct 4th Precinct Tenth 1st Precinct 2nd Precinct 3rd Precinct Eleventh 1st Precinct 2nd Precinct 3rd Precinct 4th Precinct 5th Precinct R 85 83 120 29 71 76 100 20 71 33 100 90 33 45 70 35 11 33 42 66 33 46 53 97 78 50 52 94 76 37 138 150 100 77 62 84 48 65 84 39 23 26 D 19 24 23 10 3 52 11 21 24 11 9 9 21 9 18 15 60 13 27 21 7 7 19 35 91 31 55 23 34 15 27 13 29 13 21 11 17 12 21 21 12 12 R 147 146 125 45 118 171 109 38 70 66 93 101 87 93 191 25 6 55 D 19 12 21 An ncute food shortage developed in the cities and towns stricken by the storm nnd all survivors were begging assistance Supplies of bread and milk were being rushed here from Waillacy county and San Antonio Property damage throughout the storm estimated to be 50 miles A yard limit he said h saW the signals set ngninst him anc pulled the train to a stop and Flag 16 board prerent an order was placed j Norman Feathers and Aaron Pow square was appalling Buildings 24 with the GriccoMiller Printing Comjers A large sign NRA graced the were battered to pieces Streets were pany of this city for 100000 personal j platform beside the Stars and Stripes flooded to a depth of six feet The 12 property returnblanks at the bid of The meeting was presided over by S citrus fruit crop in the fertile valley 19 S43275 j John D Allison Major General of i was virtually destroyed the loss be 34 Chief Clerk Frank Paxson was an this district Prospect Park has been I inrj estimated at Conllnucd on Tagc Tc TWO ORDINANCES PASSED BY COUNCIL During ft brief session WASHINGTON Sept right 1933 by the United Press Challenged by the passive resistanco of Henry Ford the Administration appeared today to be moving toward a spectacular test to determine whether public opinion will swing Continued on Tagc Ten PA ELECTRIC GROUP TO HEAR MOLEY the 19 thorized to arrange for the printing i constituted a separate unit in 16 of watchers certificates for the prim Chester pike district ary election of September 19 Accord Following the opening of the meet invocation was offered by Rev lie K Richardson The national 15 i wide office is entitled to two certifl anthem wns sung the accompaniment catcs for each precinct Likewise i being rendered by the cadets band leach candidate for a local office is i and the leader P K Ycafcley with i entitled to two certificates for each i Henry Eismann at the piano precinct in which his or her name i Major Genera Allison intro i ing to the ruling of the county so ing 7 licitor each canidate for a county Lesli 18 15 ComimmiciUion lines were still down and flooded streets and ronds limited surveys of the storm area damage Scattered reports told of bodies lying beside the highways Riscue parties were attempting to penetrate into the Interior commtml Councll this morning two ordinances were passed on final reading Mayor William Ward Jr Councllmen Wal j tcr H Crnlg and William M Powel were the members present Ordinance No 29 authorizing the BEDFORD SPRINGS Pa Sept 8 the 26th annual convention of the Pennsylvania Electric Association here tonight be fore an assemblage of leading national figures C J Goodnough chairman ot tho Pennsylvania Public Service Com of City mission will spenk on the utilities In Pennsylvania Prof Raymond J Moley recently resigned ns assistant secretary of state will be the hcadlincr on to morrow nights session speaking on the utilities and the nation He city treasurer ns collector of city i will be followed Friday night by W i appears on the ballot duccd the five members of his present 112 77 85 66 101 71 85 112 54 77 64 77 78 87 80 116 114 29 19 i the watchers certificates will bo including Colonel Benjamin 7 ready toward the end of the week p Moore fourpess of the borough Candidates must call in person at the and J Leslie Pierce Owen E Batt commissioners office in the courtand William L Thompson house at Media or properly some one to obtain the certificates Continued on Pace Ten for them 32 43 15 taxes to accept the amount due on unpaid taxes for the years 193031 3233 without penalty was pnsscd The ordinance provides that delln qucnls will be exempt from pcnal Contimicd on Page Ten j ties only it the tax is paid on or prior to September 16 1933 SUMMON BURGESS Another ordinance transferring the TXT TT a rllm from appropriations to 1JN U O i Department of Accounts and Fi nance to be used In payment of ma 22 The commissioners received the i TWO CHESTER BOYS court order signed by Judge John 50 M Broomall placing on the ballot if of Marcus Hook the name of John Continued on Page Ten REPORTED MISSING Descriptions of William McCIurc of Mar ens Hook has been summoned to apj pear as a witness before the Federal Grand Jury investigating alleged cor rupt conditions In this county He Eugene F White of Third nnd was onn of several subpenaed by fedj Norm streets chief clerk of the House CHESTER TOURISTS HOME S Flnlny of Pittsburgh president of the West Penn Power Company whose subject will be the utilities unchanged U S TREASURY BALANCE WASHINGTON Sept The treasury net balance for Sep tember 2 was Mis cellaneous internal revenue receipts that dny were Customs receipts for the month through Sep tember 2 were 5246383498 eral agents About the only surprise with the of Representatives at Harrisburg and prominent business man of this city 44 36 INITIAL CAMPAIGN city who vanished from their homes two boys of this resumption of the grand jury probe has returned homo after enjoying a frnm fhoir I Vcstf the arrcst of Michael six weeks tour of Italy France Mike Leiry one of those indicted j Monday afternoon were today sent june He surrendered to Federal j out by police following a request authorities nnd posted bail after he from relatives of the missing youngwas Indicted Then he disappeared isters A special session of ths National Rivers and Harbors Association of Thich Eugene F White of Third and Norris streets is a member will be held at the Congress Hotel in Chi cago 111 on Thursday and Friday October 12 and 13 The purpose of themeeting Is to consider the present status of the rivers nnd harbors flood control and waterways program and to formu late a legislative program for pre sentation nt the forthcoming session of the National Association in Janu ary 1934 HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY BT United Press First 66 52 62 42 24 64 20 2735 7 Democrats 919 NonPartisan The drive of the Blue Eagle is registration 3661 der way in the West End of the cityj dayRepublicans 3269 Volunteer workers have entered the Democrats NonPartisan 21 service of President Roosevelt and j Total registration 4 234 for the time being have set aside i for two days Rcpub personal worries for the recovery cause Major General Charles J Ward I will guide the campaign within the j boundaries of the Chester river and Yesterday he was spotted at Tenth t Major General William G Price lnc bovs are John Vail 14 328 and Market streets Philadelphia by it i Jr candidate for the Republican j East Eighteenth street He is about i Cafley who took Lcnry to the office iq nomination for sheriff of Delaware j 3 feet 6 inches tall has brown hair of diet A Kcyes special deputy U S county at the primary election Sep and Is freckled When John left heAttorney General In charge of the 17 i tembcr 19 will be the speaker at the I wore brown tweed trousers and a probe for questioning Federal agents 17 monthly meeting of the Republican sweat shirt with the emblem of the refused o Kay if Lcary gave any ad 17 League of the Tenth ward to be held Reed A C printed on it The other ditional Information I tomorrow evening at the Craftsman s boy is Walter Yomswski 16 of Rose It wis ascertained froma reliable 19 Club Garrett road nnd Turner ave street who was dressed in a white source though that many witnesses on nue Drexel Hill Upper Darby I shirt and while duck trousers It is now bcinc summoned may be indicted 40 i It will be an open meeting for all i believed both were riding bicycles on perjury charges Some appeared residents of Aronimink and an in and headed for Wilmington Del before the Jury last June and are vitation is extended nonmembers of said to have told misleading stories the league to attend and hear General j SCHOOL VACATION EXTENDED Four witnesses were taken before Price It will be the first address bv i the jury chirine the day They were General Price in the eastern section Sept Jules Emplit Essington Hotel owner Switzerland and England He was accompanied on this trip by his daughter Mrs Mary W Carr Both tourists report having greatly enjoyed the trip MOTOR PATROL UNITJNSPECTED Only One of Its Kind in Country Sponsored by Keystone Auto Club Topics of Times Now that the government is going to kill five million hogs its too bad it doesnt Include the road kind that one meets on weekends 6004 Democrats 1863 Non partisan OR rllsan school children at Old Forge Harry Isci and Tommy Witowski also didate t forward to an extended sum of Essington and James L Talbot of i i mer vacation today as 100 of the 116 i Chester The next holiday will be one of thanksgiving But by that time a number who are now political candi dates will have little to be thankful for In Germany they are beheading murderers Thats one kind of neck ing party that few will crave The name of the person who struck Kingfish Long in the eye has not been yet revealed but probably it was soma Boy Scout doing his dally good turn A man ran his automobile into a Fifth ward porch early yesterday morning His alibi should be that it i was parked without lights Eleven members of the newly or ganizcd Motor Patrol of the KeySome taproom proprietors boasfc j stone Automobile Club the only unit they give 16 ounces of beer for I I a dime Most of them are so gener Ufc I 4 et IUILLU Ul LilClll rt L t ZEPPELIN TO FLY TO CHICAGO 1 teachers called a strike in protest when the jury recessed last night i of lls m thte country was re QUS Ulat they tnrow in a head i against nonpayment of their six Keyes declared he is satisfied with i viewed and inspected by Mayor Wil of foam free the west city line and from the Dela ware river to the north city line He has selected as his colonel in the drive of the NRA Joseph A Reilly FOR PIKE KIWANISi FRIEDRICHSHAFEN Sept j months back salaries Schools were progress made Graf Zepplin will stait on a trans scheduled to open today but the j Atlantic voyage to Chicago on Otober teachers announced they would hold i TITLE OFFICER H the Zeppelin works announced mass meetings twice each day but no today classes What is regarded as the largest Wards division leaders class new members ever admitted in the great peace army are Major j a Kiwams Club at any single ses Isaac Levy Major Abe Klclman in this section of the east will Major E H Benjamin and Mabc received by the Chester Pike Ki jor John M Boyd wanis Club at its weekly dinner mcet Maior Levy will have the area ir5 tonight in Boon avenue school from the city line to Engle street i Glcnolden and has the following captains 1 At 10 30 this morning 33 appli Gathering Statistics for 1934 Times Year Book GIVES TIMELY TALK i John H Clark title officer for the j Delaware County Trust Company de livercd an enlightening address at yesterdays meeting of the Chester Rotary Club his topic beinp on I Ham Ward Jr on City Hall plaza i shortly before noon today Of course the majority of retail I The unit under the command of beer sellers do not depend on tha I Lieutenant Russell Congdon atj profits from beer alone Not a few tracted considerable attention as the sell this 32 wine on the side motorcade arrived here after an of ficial visit to Upper Darby Leaving Cabinets are falling faster thesa here the unit visited Ridley Park days in Cuba than the Prince of Glenoldcn Lansdownc and Ycadon Wales used to when he was so fond Each member rode a threewheeled of horseback riding Bill Powcl lost an 80pound cod futile S orthemoli while fishing off the coast of Maine union meeting per cent aU torist in distress Everything from a Another big fish story ch trndnhce being requested Several oneinch bandage to a fire exttn The meeting was billed as a ve Summer is almost over and with the i women manufacturers public offi members whoare still on vacation was contained in the carrier working under him W Sarocinski i cations for membership were in the approach of the fall and winter plans i cials merchants students ind worn absent however Al Knabb which could be effectively used m from Palmer street to Wilson street hands of the secretary Dr E W fir the 1934 edition of the Chester i ias and othois jdcnt o tnc pvrsldcd emergency on cither motorcar or mo Thomas Crecgan from Wilson street Dodd of Norwood who will ba given Times Year Book arc underway Pald praise to the v i tonst AT LINCOLN FIELDS Mamie D Indian Salute to Booth street north of Sixth street Joseph Tercha Wilson street to city line south of Sixth street and John Harrigan Buckman Village to city line Major Kleiman is in charge of A demonstration of the scrv the privilege of welcoming the new j vised and with various additional Chester Times for the manual in past recruits Dr Dodd said that more j items of information the eleventh years and the promise is made at this CLEANERS MEET i ice was given before city officials and Ttie Weather an cltizcns the district from Engle street to i Robert W Walls president of the applications would be in his hands l edition of this allimportant publicai Pnriv during the day and that the total to tion promises to be the best of the be received tonight would probably reach forty Beauty Doctor Klein Voltina Olive Sabath Hobnail Haramzada Tweeny ash gar Ladder George Last Weather clear track fast Central avenue and will have as club will be in charge of the meet Jr His nuc H Ritter from Engle street to Yarnall William J McDow ell from Yarnall street to Flower street J McDevitt from Seventh street to city line and Engle street to Central avenue and B Wachs from Edwards street to Central ave Major Benjamin will direct the ing PENNSY WINS POINT CLEVELAND O Sept The Pennsylvania Railroad today won a temporary victory in its battle with the Melloncontrolled Pittsburgh Coal Company when federal marshals were ordered to halt construction of a 12 mile strip of railway extending from Continued on Page Ten I Smiths Ferry Pa to Negley O scries v hf 1m A meeting of the Chester Tailors crowded the courtyard that c P33 Publcatltn j Cleaners and Dyers Association of Mayor Ward was Introduced by J vvl1 be the and cvcn su Delaware County was held last evet Borton Weeks president of the club The Year Book was first published I perior to the ten previous editions run m Goodmans Hall 616 West The mayor commended the patrol in 1923 proving at once to be the anThe distribution of the book will be i Third street when the following offlmen for their splendid appearance swer to a longexisting need in Chcsmade early in January more than cers were chosen WASHINGTON Sept Pennsylvania In creasing cloudiness followed by show ers in north portion late tonight or Thursday rain in south portion Thursday slightly warmer tonight cooler Thursday afternoon and night Western Pennsylvania Generally ter and Delawarecounty The manj 20000 families being on the list for a j ual the in the county chest cf j fir tonijhf probably followed by and reminded them during a brief j J B Gomeringer president address thatjhe lateJoseph Weeks shoncrs Thursday warmer in south portion tonight cooler Thursday afternoon 3nd night ccrning the social political historical j newspapers carrying far and wide the j treasurer A new board of directors more than any other man to make TODAYS TEMPERATURES industrial and commercial activities of Chester and Delaware county It also contains considerable data of story of Delaware countys greatness was also chosen 1 these good roads safe for the travel Suggestions from Times readers for I Several outoftown guests were in ingpublic a5o comams consiueraoiu ui improvements in the manual are wel attendance and a number of ll state national and worldwide scope corned Address an communications to were received in ttaorgant siaie imuonai aim woriawme btuije i vuiueu cm iuiiiiiiuuiiaiiuiii vu D j T in addition to a complete almanac i the Year Book Editor Chester Times j zatlon More than fifty persons vcre lagher and James J Whelati Educators professional men and office v present at the meeting I of the Keystone Auto omb 6 a m 7 a m 8 a m 9 a m 10 a m 62 11 a m 62 Noon 66 1 p m 68 2 p m 70 72 74 76 78   

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