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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - September 11, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              WE DO OUN fAHT FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day 58TH 17694 Dally Leased Wife Rpoorts of United Press UP and International News Service INS oruu CHESTER PA MONDAY SK1TEMBER 11 1933 PRICE TWO CENTS ALLEGED SLAYER OF BROWNIE CREEGAN CAUGHT Fatal Shooting of Leiper ville Officer Occurred Ten Years Ago EARNSHAW RESTS IN HJS HOME Search for Fugitive Ends in New York to Be Brought Here for Trial A 10 year manhunt for the slayer of Patrolman John Brownie Cree gan who was shot to death on August 23 1923 ended yesterday morning with the arrest of Louis Pugliese at Brewster N Y The alleged murderer was taken j Into custody by James Meli a state detective attached to the office of Dis trict Attorney MacCarter Pugiiese was lodged in the jail atByewster and will be brought here this week it is expected County police are elated as a re sult of the arrest having worked untiringly on the case which created considerable excitement in this county a decade ago Detectives say it was months after the murder that they got a lead on the gunman who snuffed out the life of the popular Creegan who at that time was the only officer in Ridley township Considerable time was spent in trying to trace the movements of Pugliese but he fled the country and was in hiding until a few weeks ago when police learned he was living with a relative in the small New York town On the night of the murder there had been a shooting in a disorderly house conducted by a woman known as Christella Rose Two groups of Italian gangsters sought control of the place Creegan was seated in an automo bile owned by Louis Perez and was talking to Wallace Johnson when he was attracted by several shots The three hurried to the scene and just s they arrived Creegan arrested a man who ran from the house with a smoking revolver in his hand This prisoner was handcuffed and turned over to Perez while Creegan entered the house and disarmed an other gunman The second one he marched to the automobile and hand cuffed him to the first one Creegan then ordered Perez to drive to the township lockup Creegan was compelled to stand on the run ning board of the car Just as the car started away a third gunman ap peared in the doorway of the house took deliberate aim and set a volley of bullets into the officers back kill ing him instantly Both Perez and Wallace escaped death by the narrow est margin As Creegans body toppled to the roadway both prisoners jumped from the automobile and ran into the house Later they were whisked away in a highpowered car that stood near the scene of the tragedy Who DELAY IN COUNTY RUM PROBE TRIAL IS PROBABILITY lounscl for the Accused Petition for Quashing of All Indictments Charge Drawingof Fed eral Grand Jury Was Ir regular Await Decision A delay of several weeks Is now ieen in the trial of 90 men incllcled n the U S probe of affairs in this DECREASE SHOWN IN ENROLLMENTS Despite the belief of school authori ties that the public schools would show an Increased enrollment this year due to the action of the NRA and other reasons the enrollment fig ures for the first two dnys of the term last Thursday und Friday are slightly below those of last year However nil pupils have not yet reported mid sub stantial Increases arc anticipated this week nt the High School and some of the oilier units of lie system Totals for the openingof the term show 10350 pupils present while the opening total last year was 10445 The High School has enrolled 2026 pupils and the schools next In line of totals are the Smedley Junior High School with 100G iind the Franklin School with a total of 1030 Figures for all schools in the city district are as tallows Clayton 381 DewcyMami 783 Frederick Doug county The trials were supposed to lass Jimtol High school 455 Eyre EARNSHAW AND CHILDREN Far from the turmoil of Shibc Park Philadelphia where he won tame and ater to grief Pitcher George Earnshaw of the Athletics lakes his ase In his Swarthmore home HES reading a story to his two children Continued on Page Fourteen PIKE SERVICE STATION ROBBED eorge Jr 10 and Barbara four Earnshaw was recently suspended by Connie Mack start next week Sixtythree of the 96 men spent part of Saturday in Philadelphia with a battery of attorneys The first gun of the defense was to have the indictments Quashed on the ground that the jurors were im properly chosen Pleas of abatement were filed by former Judge James Gay Gordon Sr I counsel for Senator John J McClurc Charles Edwin Fox counsel for Al bert Reading county chauffeur and leader of the Negro Elks in this state and John R K Scott and William T Conner for the remainder of the de fendants wilh the clerk of the United States DistricJ Court In the Federa BvUldlne Ninth and Market streets It was indicated that John E Me Donough an attorney of this city would file similar picas for 33 others today The motions filed Saturday must be argued and disposed of before the cases can be called for trial Just when they will be argued could not be learned today but it was the gen eral belief thatit would be impos sible to start the cases next Monday That every move made by Prose cutor Chet A Keycs will be bitterly contested was indicated by the atti tude of the legal luminaries who have been secured as defense counsel The motion filed in the pleas o abatement for each of the 63 de Special School 95 Franklin School 103G Gartslde School 200 Harvey 175 High School Howcll 165 Daniel JefTcrls 340 Jones 18 Lar kinHubcr 694 Lincoln 520 Mur tin 315 Morton 305 Smedley Junior High 1038 Thurlow 255 Booker T Washington 444 Watts 575 and Wetlierill 158 SCHOOL BOARD TO TAKEACT10N Striking Negro Pupils Per sist in Refusal to Report NURSE ACCUSED IN GRACE DEATH Prosecutor Says He Will Not Reveal Motive Magnates Murder n 2 PERSONS HURT IN AUTOMISHAPS Young Woman Sustains Skull Fracture When Cars Crash in West End Continued on Twelve CONDITION OF CRASH VICTIMS CRITICAL for Studies PARADE MARKS DEDICATION OF NEW HIGHWAY MacDadc boulevard in Eastern Section of Co Formally Accepted Judge A MacDade the Sponsor the Principal Speaker at Exercises Ten thousand persons lined the sidewalks of MncDiidc Boulevard from Springfield rond to Oik Lane in Colllngdrtlo Saturday night und witnessed nn Imposing parade of vet erans organlzntlons borough county and stiUe highway officials fin com panies fraternal organizations nnrt floats with yearly a dozen bunds The parade which passed nlont the flagdecked boulevard was thgj principal feature of the dedication of the MacDadc boulevard formerly Parker avenue within the limits of the borough of Colllngclale Judge Albert Dutton MacDacie who when a State Senator carried through to a successful conclusion tUc fight to htwe avenue from i to Chester runde a sttite hlRh way viewed the procession with NEW PRESIDENT OF TROUBLED CUBA GRAU SAN MARTIN PLANS CABINET OF ALL PARTIES Inaugurated Yesterday SurgeonPresident Has Some Opposition Intervention by U S Con demned on All Sides Has Four in Suite many other men of prominence from a reviewing stand Collingdale Junior in front of the High School nt The Eleventh grade students o the Douglass school Seventh street and Central avenue were absent from their class room for the third day when the school opened this morn ing Definite steps will probably be taken to terminate the deadlock when the Chester School Board meets in he Larkin School Building Broad and Crosby streets this eve ning President Charles P Larkin Jr speaking unofficially Board stated recently for that the the Two more die as a result of Teachers Committee had taken a firm stand in the matter and that he believed the remainder of the Board members were solidly behind the committee in its action The instigators of the student strike the families of the students and members of the Negro Citizens School League have made no further SANTA CRUZ Cal Sept Two persons a young woman and Wilhelmina Weltz red a 14yearold girl were seriously in haired nurse was accused today of j jured and a number of motorcars were damaged as the result of col lisions in this city during the week end Possibly an automobile crash early Saturday t statements concerning the situation y the nonappearance of the stu cnts at school their attitude Is one f defiance to the local school au loritiea Rev Leon S Moore of the school eague has been absent from his ome since the day the strike began he has taken an active in which two were killed Physicians at the Presbyterian Hos pital Philadelphia hold little hope for of Wanamaker and his wife planning the nnirder of J M Grace retired shipping magnate 18 months ago and biding her time until Satur day when she killed him Prosecutor J P Murphy related her story of the slaying of Grace on the lawn of his summer estate but said she would not reveal her motive Her nearest approach to an explana tion Murphy said was the statement that there had been A long series OL lies and insults She told Murphy Grace spread the most seriously In Bandits entered the gasoline service station ofMilton L Staley at Ches ter pike and Oak Lane on the Glen oldenFolcroft borough line late Sat urday night held up the attendant Paul Morrison of Melrose avenue Sharon Hill and took the days re ceipts as well as change in the cash register totaling more than After warning the attendant not to make an outcry the pau one of whom was armed walked to the cor ner of Primes avenue where they are believed to have entered an au tomobile and escaped Gienolden police were Immediately notified and began a search for the men but without success One of the bandits was described as wear ing a khaki shirt khaki pants and checkered cap while the other was dressed in dark clothes scandal about her She denied there had been a romance Miss Weltz 47 years old former war nurse was employed a year and a half ago to care for Grace who was subject to heart trouble Graces wife herself an invalid said Miss Weltz worked about two weeks un derstanding the position was tem porary Murphy quoted the nurse as saying FAIR WEATHER WILL CONTINUE Fair Is the forecast for today in eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland Except for showers in the west portion of the area it will be fair tomorrow The highest temperature here yes terday was 79 at 5 p m and the lowest was 72 at 8 a m with the average six degrees above normal of 70 The highest temperature ever re corded here on September 10 was 96 in 1897 and the lowest was 45 in 1883 Sunrise today was at 638 a m and sunset will be at 717 p m eastern daylight saving time DONATION TO BOYS CLUB Im glad I did it I dont even want an attorney Two weeks ago Murphy said she went to the hotel and waited for a chance to kill the shipping man By day she watched the estate from her hotel window and by night she watched from a nearby lodging house When Grace appeared on the grounds with his nurse Helene Rob erts Miss Weltz crossed the street brought a gun from under her coat and fired one shot She was dis armed by Miss Roberts and Richard Frank butler Frank said she demanded the gun back that she might die a suicide Grace 57 was a nephew of the late W R Grace founder of tho jured js Eleanor Bunell 22 of 909 Morton avenue who was a passenI ger in an automobile driven by George L Machamer 920 Chester pike Prospect Park Machamers car was in collision with one operated by Leon Stroik 2502 West Second street at Second and Flower streets yesterday afternoon The young woman is in Chester Hospital Stroik was arrested and when ar raigned for a preliminary hearing in police court this morning was re leased in 51000 bond for a continued hearinsr Dorothy Dunn 14 of 624 Dupont street was admitted to the Chester Hospital Saturday evening suffering Richard Neals 36 avenue Essington Martha 36 Charlotte Small 5 of Essington is expected to recover Patricia Neals 5 escaped with slight injuries The collision occurred at 2 a m at Fortyfourth and Chestnut streets Philadelphia The two who lost their iives were Mrs Josephine Small 33 mother of Charlotte and Miss Rose Whalen 24 of 5701 Baltimore avenue Philadelphia The victims were riding in an auto mobile driven by Neals when it was struck by a Whiteway bus driven by Fred Schlegel 42 of Girard avenue near Thirtieth street Philadelphia Neals car was crushed against an electric light pole The bus was returning to Philadel phia with a radio broadcasting or chestra Schlegel was held without bail for action of the coroner SOUGHT THE AID OF THIS COUNTRY from a possible skull fracture su whan one of her roller skates flew off while she was holding on to a moving automobile She was taken to the hospital by J L Brahn 307 South Fortyfirst street Philadel pha John W Lawson 111 West Ninth street Marcus Hook was treated at the Chester Hospital yesterday for lacerations of the mouth sustained he told police when he was compelled to run his automobile into a wall along Dutton mill road to avoid col lision with another car the license number of which he did not get An automobile operated by Thomas Emery Negro of 423 Central ave nue was slightly damaged when rammed Charles street Saturday afternoon This accident happened at Third and PARIS Sept franc Townsend streets Both drivers who was weaker today opening at 1812 to i were arrested were discharged when the dollar 5518 cents per franc and i theJ appsared in police court today closing at 1803 55309 com pared to 1790 5586 cents on Satur day Continued on Page Twelve How King Feisal of Irak deser warrior who died last Friday in Berne pleaded with an American journalist to use his influence to ob tain an American mandate for the desert kingdom wrested from thi ruins of the Turkish Empire wa disclosed last night for the first time Dr William T Ellis of Swarth more author and journalist whose acquaintance with the Near East ha been described as more comprehen sive than that of any other Ameri can revealed the story on his retun from a summer in the wilds of Can ada He did not know of the dcscr monarchs death until he reached hi home in Swarthmore Saturday nigh FRANC CLOSES by a motorcycle operated by A Fromal 425 East Eleventh Officials of the Southern Pennsyl vania Traction Company have do nated a number of seats recently taken from trolley cars at the Wil mington barn of the company to the Chester Boys Club which have been delivered to the headquarters of the club at Front street and Concord avenue The seats will be installed in the recreation room on the second floor the building HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY By United Press WAGNER APPEALS ON LABOR FEUDS Senator Urges Employers and Men to Forget All Disputes V F W POSTS PLAN UPPER DARBY RALLY TO SAVE CYCLIST Clifton avenue and MacDadc boule ard where a program of speech naklng was cnrrled out following he parade Following the addresses by Judge MacDade Snuuicl S Lewis secre ary of state highways John A Smith burgess of Collingdale Mor ton Z Paul borough solicitor oiinty Commissioners Charles II Drewcs of Darby and C Edwin Hunter of Lansnowne and James T Stewart county controller with James S Carpenter Colllngdalc councilman as master of ceremonies a portion of the new boulevard was roped on for dancing while open all motion pictures were shown on the hlch school campus The parade which formed on the new highway north of Springfield i road on the Darby side nncl extend ing over Lewis boulevard a short spur of the thoroughfare extending rom Springfield road to the junction jf Chester pike was scheduled to novc at 7 oclock but It was an hour ater before Chief Marshal Samuel A ackson president of Coningdalc council gave the word to move A police escort commanded by Sergeant William Fitzpatrlck of the ollingdale police force led the line on foot followed by the marshal and The revolutionary junta placed Cubas troubled nflalrs In the liamlx if Dr Ramon erstwhile UK iiiinuH iinivplvi Ora San Martin Sol polltlcM HAVANA Sept that the danger of armed American intervention had passed President Ramon Grau San Martin today sought to complete his cabinet and rally political leaders to his support There wns but one Incident to breaV thn calm of the capital A bomb ex ploded ai 2 a in today at Colon and ARiiila streets near the gas and elec tricity station It was thought pos sible the bomb was exploded in con nection with the public demand for lower utility rates The new President inaugurated at noon yesterday hoped to persuade leaders of the half dozen political parlies I hat only by backing him in a Nationalist Government could In tervention be averted and normal conditions restored Confused the tho Cubans of all of my newly inniiRiinitcd president eutlon pronounced and was being solidified in antiAmerican feel Ing From Communists to members at the government expressions were unanimous against Intervention and ruiy American Interference In Cuban affairs Largely because of the possibility of intervention Grau Snn Martin may win the support of army and navy officers who since Friday had been unwelcome guests at the National Hotel where American Ambassador Stunner Welles resides In a proclamation early today tho officers accepted in principle a set of PITTSBURGH Sept sovcrnmcnt proposals Seven mine were killed and a numffi logons ul SEVEN MINERS DEAD JN BLAST N umber Also Injured When Motor Spark Ignites Dust at Workings ber Injured today when n spark from selves and negotiate with the govern be discussion since the students vere assigned to the Douglass school t is believed that his absence is slg Continued on Page Twelve DAIRY CONCERNS STATE POSITION Attorney Says They Will Not Permit the State to Examine Books a guard of honor composed of Cor poral William C Grclfzu Post No 98 Veterans of Foreign Wars of Darby with its crack drum and bugle corps Then cams the boys of 98 Continued on Last Page FORD MEETS WITH AUTO CO CHIEFS Returns to Detroit From Michigan Camp guiscd in Trailer Pis AT ROCKINGHAM H tlma Flying Cherokee The Heathen Parrot Stretch Call Ftor Octaroro Marcasitc Fleet Fairly Wile Column Rijfht The Doctor Zcmbla AVcathcr clear track fast AT LINCOLN FIELDS Tobln Washington Klein Sporting Pearl Harum Scarum Water Port WASHINGTON Sept Wagner appealed to employers and employes to use the National Labor Board for arbitration of their dis putes in accordance with the Presi dents recovery program He is chair man of the board He asked particularly that strikes be avoided but added a warning to employers not to take advantage of this nostrike policy by refusing the just demands of workers or by non recognition of their rights to or ganize The National Labor Board has been created by the President as an agency for the arbitration and con ciliation of idustrial disputes said Mr Wagners statement During the present critical period the govern ment and employers and workers are making gigantic efforts to restore prosperity The keystone of their A Veterans of Foreign Wars rally with ArcherEpler Post as host will be held in Upper Darby nest Sun day afternoon Invitations have been sent to posts throughout the department to attend with their musical organizations and Mrs Florence Anderson department auxiliary president has requested the cooperation of units in making the rally an outstanding event The affair also will be a testi monial to three Philadelphians who recently were reelected to Senior Vice Commander Charles J ONeill Major Frank E Boston De partment surgeon and Mrs Ander son There will be a parade from the post home ai Gavvctt road and GCin street to the municipal building exercises will be held Risking his life and those of thre other occupants of a light true loaded with household furniture i an effort to avoid hitting a bicyclist who crossed the path of his truck at Swarthmore avenue and Chester pike Ridley Park Saturday night Sterling Knight Negro of 433 North Eben street Philadelphia swerved his truck i to the roadside causing the vehicle to overturn A Negro woman who was riding on the truck suffered a minor laceration of the hand The driver and his two male companions escaped unhurt Beyond a broken rocking chair none of the furniture was damaged WOMAN INJURED BY NEGRO THIEF The Commonwealth today suffered its first rebuff in the investlgatloi of profits of large dairy companies ordered by Governor Gifford Pin chot when counsel for the distribu tors at the rehearing on the Philadel phia milk shed marketing agreement in Philadelphia ventured the opinion the companies would not open their books to state probers Attorney Roland S Morris former ambassador to Japan counsel for the Philadelphia Milk Exchange in answer to a question of whether the companies would allow the state to examine their books asked by special deputy Attorney General Charles Klein who will conduct the investi gation replied I would The hearing got underway promptly at 10 oclock with Thomas M Woodward of the Agricultural Adjustment Administration presid ing Although it had been expected that the ballroom of the Bellcvuc Stratford Hotel would be filled to overflowing it was only about half filled with an audience estimated at DETROIT Sept Henry Ford who left his wilderness retreat under the canvas covering of an auto mobile tialler and returned secretly to Detroit conferred with company officials today presumably over the NRA automobile code which he has not yet signed In liis Dearborn laboratories the billionaire manufacturer closeted himself with advisers Reports of his return were con firmed by a Ford official who refused to say when Ford left his Big Bay Mich cottage where he has been vacationing for more than two weeks Saturday afternoon a motor car with trailer attached left the main gate of the Huron Mountain club Reporter and a few curious persons who waited there for Fords reported return to Detroit were Informed to day that the manufacturer was con cealed in the trailer under wraps At West Branch Mich Ford was said to have emerged from the trailer and joined Mrs Ford in the auto mobile proceeding at once to Detroit He is believed to have arrived here a motor set oft an explosion three miles from the mouth of the lllUmnn Coal it Coke Companys Barking Mine across the river from Spring dale The Rev Joseph A MHscli of New Kensington administered the last rites of the Catholic church to the victims In the tiny mine lamphouse which was made into an improvised morgue The dead were Charles Salmon 55 Jake Miller Greely Tusclng Joseph Frnnconi 25 Michael Stopko 35 Charles Solomon 47 An unidentified man All the victims were residents of Springdale from where the mine draws its workers Crowds mostly women and small children milledaround the mine as the reports of the explosion spread swiftly through the community Miners escaping from the pit surged with the crowd seeking rela tives and adding to the general con fusion Mine officials said nil the men were out of the mine but a positive checkup could not be made because many of the workmen had failed to check In as safe before hunting their families ncnt Their weapons they said wera or defense only armed They arc heavily But thotiRh Grau San Martin former National University professor of Medicine seemed gaining some support ho did not have the adhesion of most of the important political elements Of the leaders only Miguel Continued oivlBRC Twclva CHESTEFfPIKElTRA DRIVE UNDERWAY TO ATTEND CONVENTION Stewart G Gassier of 15 Rcancy street will leave today for Lancas ter to attend the convention of the Fraternal Patriotic Americans for which he is a delegate from the Col David Tlouston Council No 379 of this city Mr Gassier will return on Wednesday CONTINUES HUNGER STRIKE Sunday and to have gone to his estate at Dearborn about 1500 Attorney Morris the first witness denied claims that large dairy comi TTTTIT iv Tru TIT panics made excessive profits He rirAAJ r UK TOWANDA rn Sept Kutnlck 44 entered his sixth day of fasting at the Bradford county jail today He was sentenced to 30 days for vagrancy and immedi ately started a hunger strike TEAM MEMBER MARRIES The drive of the Blue Eagle in tlia Chester pike area under the direc tion of Major General Robert Walls of Gienolden head of the Chester Piko Klwanis Club Is being put across successfully At a meeting held In the office of Dr Ernest W Dodd in Norwood chief of start of General Walls held last Friday evening It was re ported that the boroughs of Ridley Park Norwood Olenoldcnand Fol croft had been covered 100 per cent by workers calling at various homes In the borough and that IhD work in Sharon Hill Collingdale and Darby township would be finished today Tomorrow night there will be a big rally In Norwood Grammar School when a special speaker will talk on the NRA On Thursday evening Sep tember 21 there will be a big rally in Collingdale High School preceded by a parade on Chester pike embracing every town along the thoroughfare beginning at Ridley Park RECOVERING FROM INJURIES Delia Hourke of 1004 Highland ave nue is a patient in the Hahncmann Hospital Philadelphia recovering from injuries received recently when she was returning from Cape Cod Mass LONDON Sept dore Lightner member of Ely Cul bertsons bridge team was married today to Mrs Mary Smith 25 a widow AS DRUNKEN DRIVER 100000 RETURN TO SCHOOLS Summer ended officially at i a m today for 300000 Philadelphia children who began returning to school for the fail term Topics of Tii Chicago man died of a heart at tack as he was parking his auto Probably the shock finding a park Ing space within four blocks of hla destination Los Angeles man suffers a neu rotic complaint that causes violent throbbing and convulsive pain when ever the radio plays If they dont softpedal the crooners thats liabla to become epidemic Charged with operating an said the total sales of milk produce in the Philadelphia milk shed area during 1932 aggregated S3647902293 The total net profit he averred was This is an average of I mobile while under the influence of 676 per cent he explained The liquor Giavonni Gagliardi 38 of highest return made by any one Ridge road Linwood was held in S500 bail for court by Magistrate Michael Continued on Page Fourteen A Honan in police court today vr rnIW no OiitlinnrT The Linwood motorist was arrested OllCy 3S UUtlinCQ last night by Patrolmen Pierce and j his autoI one owned by TRUCKS IN COLLISION Automobile trucks driven by Wil liam Walsh of Meeting House road m e 5 ui one owne y Biiri Riurr Porrnkpr of Villnpp Orrrn ljolm McCarthy 3031 West Sixth When she attempted to st5p the flight of a Negro who was running from her fathers store after stealing some money Mrs Lucy Garatowski 219 Market street was rut across the Porrnkpr of Villnpp Orrrn coSf at In street which was parked on Third the ChichesterBethcl road and Mar street Gagliardi was examined by a cus Hook road Twin Oaks Saturday department physician who cer tided the motorist was under the in fiuence of intoxicating liquor The front wheel and fender of he truck driven by Forcaker owned by Charles Way of Marcus Hook road were bvokeri and on the truck be longing to Walsh a radiator and fender were damaged Lights on both PARTY INJURED IN US CONTROL OF BANKING HINTED R F C Head Virtual Ultimatum to Bankers Its take a lot of sand for soma women to wear those new Paris cos tumes with the hourglass shape Frenchman says we will soon have planes that will carry one around the world and back to the starting point without a stop Be a good thing in which to hold the next economic conference Sriha Noonc YORK Sopt C Continued on Pajfc Twelve WASHINGTON Sept President Roosevelt returned to the capital last night after a weekend fishing trip down the Potomac River aboard the yacht Sequoia He accompanied by Harry L Hopkins Federal Relief Administra tor Mrs Hopkins and James Roose velt his son i F1 T TiACTC was treated for the injury at the uux Chester FROM FISHING TRIP Later Patrolman Rosen arrested j ivvjm iioAimvi allcgcd assailant Raymond Smith of Gienolden who was held without bail for further investiga tion when arraigned in police court today Another alleged Negro knife wielder Beachmon Locke 26 of Union street was likewise held by Magistrate Honan He is charged with having slashed another Negro at and Flower streets last Fri day evening INJURED IN FALL wasnurt Kacicl director of physical education WASHINGTON Sept Virtual federal control of the coun trys resources was be lieved today to be a possible outcome of the governments new banking policies The degree to which the govern s its power over the bank was expected to depend New regulation in Delaware pro vides that truck drivers must sleep eight hours for every eight hours they drive Just so its not the sama eight hours The business of plowing under cot ton and wheat may be all right for a starter But the big day will coma when they start plowing under spin ach carrots and turnips Well it was hardly to be expected that we could have a New Deal with out a good deal of a shuffle largely upon economic conditions and steps taken by individual banks to CAR BUMPER DAMAGED STRUCK BY QUOIT o the Wilmington Del Public expand loans to business and practice ule administration heretofore schools his wife Mrs Stella H Kndcl A northbound trolley car pro their son Gerald and Mrs Hu da ceeding northwardly on Edgmont i Huyncr all of Wilmington were in avenue this morning shortly before j jured when their automobile left the 1115 oclock hooked the rear bumper Lincoln highway near here last night of a parked motorcar as the rear j and crashed into a jiole The party platform of the electric vehicle pawed the smaller car as it was moving nway from the curb Only slight damage resulted to the bumper of the car HEARING CONTINUED was cnroute to their homes from Chi cago Mrs Kadel was in York Hos pital today with a dislocated hip and possible fracture of the pelvis BRUSHED FROM TRAIN HURT Alexander Pitts Negro of Byrivm i Louis Moran 22 2425i Finance has considered too slow The ad ministration disclaimed any intention to operate banks The administrations new banking policy as was outlined to the Ameri can Bankers Association convention at Chicago last week was considered in banking circles as a virtual ulti matum to banks to expand loans to business The German Nazis have abolished vivisection throughout the land Probably just a device of Hcrr Hitler to protect that Chaplin mustache The Weather WASHINGTON Sept The weather forecast Eastern Penn sylvania New Jersey Cloudy probably followed by showers late tonight and Tuesday slightly warmer tonight Western Pennsylvania C1 o u d T U S TREASURY BALANCE I While pitching quoits yesterday WASHINGTON Sept Russell Chipman 11 years old of 426 j r The treasury net balance for Sept 8 Bartlett avenue Ridley Park was J was treated in the Taylor Hospital day charged with assault and bat possible internal injuries when he based upon h growing country other street was for a continued hearj strest Pittsburgh suffered cuts and j must provide credit to accomodate John Webb 13 of Sharpstown N Ing when arraigned in police court to bruises ft probable fractured leg and agriculture commerce and indvistry Jesse H Jones chairman of the probaMy Occasi0nal shoners tonlsWt board of the Reconstruction Finance Tucsdav slightly ivnrmer Tucs Corporatlon told the bankers they i jav TODAYS TFIUPEKATUKE was Miscellaneous instruck on the head by a quoit and ternal revenue receipts that day were suffered a severe laceration of the S807776768 Customs receipts for the scalp which required four stitches to month through Sept 55465149 right tery Police say he attacked Wilhel was brushed off the top of a Baltii wise the government noon miiia Johnson 19 Byrnm street yes more and Ohio Railroad train by a so Ridley Park for a fractured shoulder blade yesterday afternoon the result of a fall on sidewalk terday morning She was treated at will have to do 8 were close He was treated at Taylor Hos whsn he struck his shoulder against I the Chester Hospital for lacerations pital 1 a curb of the head low bridge today He was taken to the Mercy Hospital where authorities said he will recover At the same time Jones revealed Continued on Twelve 6 a m 7 a m 8 a m 9 a m 0 a m 6311 a m 63 Noon 66 1 p m 67 2 p m 68 63 70 73 71   

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