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Chester Times (Newspaper) - September 16, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania WI DO OUR PART tme FINAL EDITION With AH Latest and Best News of the Day 58TH 17699 Daily Leased Wire Reports of United Press UP and International News Service INS1 CHESTER PA SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 1G 1933 PRICE TWO CENTS QUALIFICATIONS OF CANDIDATES ARE CONSIDERED Representatives of Various Political Factions Speak at County Seat Meeting Under Auspices of League of Women Voters Held Yesterday FLAMES DAMAGE PIKE RESIDENCE Fire whioh broke out in the upper floor of a threestory unoccupied frame house on Chester pike Leiper ville opposite the Crum Lynne post office at 230 this morning burned the roof from the dwelling and dam aged the structure to the extent of about Milmont Folsom About 100 members of the Delaware County League of Women Voters meeting in the Womens Club houss at Media yesterday heard representa tives oi the various political parties extol the virtues of the candidates they endorsed The qualifications of the candi dates for countywide offices who have been endorsed by the Repub lican organization were recited by C Edwin Hunter chairman of the Republican County Committee Mr Hunter praised the candidacies of General William G Price Jr of this city for sheriff James T Stew art of Lansdowne for county con troller Malachi S Pancoast of Springfield for prothonotary Charles Mink of Collingdale for clerk of courts Stanley T Hibberd of Media for jury commissioner Clif fordH Peoples of this city for the twoyear term of director of the poor and Mrs Kathryn W Spingler of Upper Darby for the fouryear term of director of the poor Mr Hunter mentioned particularly that Controller Stewart had origi nated the budget system in the county He said that the adminis tration of the offices of both Pro thonotary Pancoast and Clerk of Courts Mink having to do with court records had won the praise of attor neys of the county Of Mrs Spingler Mr Hunter said she had shown business acumen and efficiency as secretary of the advisory board of the proposed county tuber culosis hospital and had been very active in work for the Delaware County Hospital Names Democrat Candidates The qualifications of the candidates on the Democratic county ticket were expounded by Mrs H A Dornblaser of Haverford township This is the first time we have come before the voters as the victorious party she said in her opening remarks Of Nathan B Pechin of Wayne candidate for sheriff Mrs Dorn blaser said He is noted for honesty and integrity in business She also mentioned James McBride a yount man of Upper Darby as the other Democratic candidate for sheriff For controller bur candidate is Albert J Crawford of Clifton Holmes and Eddystone fire com panies responded Firemen claim they found rags saturated with gasoline in a closet on the upper floor of the house which has been unoccupied for about two years The property is owned by Mrs James F Dougherty SIGN CODE TODAY JOHNSON ASSERTS Bitterest Struggle in Re SUN OIL SEAMAN IS LOST AT SEA Yesterday the S S Sun of the Sun Oil Company radioed that a seaman iad been swept overboard in a storm while the ship was 60 miles off Cnpe Hattcras It was later revealed at the Marcus Hook office of the oil com pany that the victim was William Horsman 24 years old of Guthrie Okla who for the last two years re sided at the Seamans Institute Mar cus Hook Officials of the company were deeply grieved to hear of the tragedy as Horsman was regarded as a fine type of employe His family was notified of his death covery Battle Ends Agreement on Code in MOTION TO QUASH INDICTMENTS IN RUM PROBE FAILS Federal Judge Welsh Hears Argument and Refuses to Order Trial Delay CUBA PRESIDENT NEGOTIATES FOR RIVALSSUPPORT San Martins Prestige Seen Growing Reported Con tacting With US Pinar Del Rio Revolt Quelled Situation Gen erally Yet Delicate ARMED STUDENTS SHOW FAITH IN NEW CUBAN REGIME Both Sides Hold Meeting Until Early Morning Going to Roosevelt Directs That Arraignment Take Place on Day Set September 27 WASHINGTON Sept The most prolonged and bitterest struggle of the national recovery drive to date was close to solution today as operators placed their sig natures on a code for the bituminous coal Industry Recovery Administrator Hugh S Johnson was confident all operators would sign and that he could lay the code before President Roosevelt for final approval by nightfall Conferees representing operators labor and the NRA reached an agree ment on the code terms late last night The agreement ending weeks of bickering was announced by the President at the expiration of the deadline which he had set for its com pletion There will be no delay in the trial of the 96 residents of this county who have been indicted by a federal rand jury This was ruled yesterday in Phila delphia by Federal Judge George A of the code goes to last the whom arguments for the indictments was Signature step before White not expected to take long Unquestionably we will get a code after a meeting of the operators to day the weary Johnson said Johnson had hoped for final ac tion by operators last night It was delayed however by further negotia tions over the wage agreements be tween leading operators and United Mine Workers The wage contracts are to accompany the code and are expected to relieve labor unrest in the Pennsylvania coal fields Johnson said signing of the code was not necessarily contingent on completion of the wage contracts but he was anxious to clean them up at one blow NRA officials blamed a group of West Virginia Kentucky and Virginia operators for the delay on the wage contracts The administration dashed to a hotel conference at la m threaten ing to keep thfrrnegotiations in ses sion all night to complete the wage accord The meeting broke up how ever at 2 a m It would be cruelty to animals to keep them going any longer John through the efforts of Mrs Harriett son said M Worst and which is the first Johnson said that while numerous Welsh before abatement of heard Yesterdays proceedings comprised the first court battle on the sensa tional indictments returned on June 29 against political leaders and others in this jcounty Former Judge James Gay Gordon Sr defense counsel asked during the hearing that a postponement be granted until next week so that de fense counsel could call additional witnesses and argument No Judge HAVANA Sept 1933 by United Ramon Grau San Martin his prestige nounting rapidly today began nev negotiations for the support of prin cipal political leaders It was reported reliably that rep resentatives of the Student Director which engineered the revolt that pu Grau Sail Martin in office were ii contact with American Ambassado Sumncr Welles The Grau San Martin negotiation and the reported contacting wit Welles by far the most important de velopments of the transitional Prest dents sixday regime followed im mediately upon the prompt suppres sion of a revolt in Pinar Del Ri Province The first meeting of the politic negotiators was held in the early hours of today On one side were Grau San Martin former professor of medicine at the National University and the three members of the Student Directory It was the students and the enlisted men of the army that put him iu office after deposing Provisional President Carlos de Cespedes On the other side were four vet erans schooled in the intricacies of Cubas turbulent politics They were Mario Mcnocal former President of Cuba and leader of the conservative party Carlos Men dieta chief of the Nationalist Party WILL AID GOP ORGANIZATION Prediction Freely Made That Gen Price Will Wirt Sheriff Nomination Conditions in Independent Ranks Will Prove Hurt ful Say Observers Here is an impressive and sinister demonstration of stirlcnl srnliincnt In Cuba Shown on tlic steps of Havana University arc some ot lie young men who have been Issued rifles anil ammunition and hey seem to he rnjidy to go into action In support of the Grau San Martin regime With most of the nrmy unpaid nnrt revolt smoldering In various sections of Cuba the new government became largely dependent upon citizen sympathizers such as those pictured here make further legal Welsh retorted we will go right on with this case now It was set proceed I for today and we will have no desire to hurry COURT REVOKES EDGEMONT INN BEER LICENSE Joacumn Martinez Saenz leader of Action Follows Raid Oil Es vcuult x UU tablishment by County Detectives Find Liquor you or prevent you from introduc ing any evidence on the merits of this matter but there will be no delay whatever in the disposition of this case as far as this Court is con cerned In the meantime Mr Keyes had struck two telling blows at the ef forts of defense counsel to quash the indictments on the case which is scheduled for trial September 27 Mr Keyes cited a United States Supreme Court decision that an abatement plea filed five days after an indictment was too late Mr Keyes called attention to the fact the powerful ABC Revolutionary So ciety and treasury secretary in the Cespedes cabinet and Miguel Mar iano Gomez leader of the Marianista Party Menocal Mendieta and Saenz are definitely hostile to Grau San Martin Permit Holders Warned That Privilege Must Not Be Abused Mariano Gomez is a neutral These four demanded that San Martin resign in favor Grau of a group of representatives of all polit ical parties who would decide wheather to rename him or choose Continued on Last Page WOMEN DEMOCRATS AT LANSDOWNE The Womans Democratic Club of Lansdowne which was organized Continued on Last Page WALTON LEAGUE FIELD DAY EVENTS Continued on Last Page DISABLED VETERANS TO TTm R TO HOLD Democratic Club for women ever formed in Lansdowne held its sec ond meeting this week at the home of the second vicepresident Mrs Edward J Miller 55 Owen avenue Lansdowne at which time the various Democratic candidates of the borough county tickets were present in person to the large audience The president M Worst presided and introduced the following candidates of the borough ticket of Lansdowne whose interest ing addresses were well received by the large gathering For burgess C W Kennedy for Councilmen Jamss McCullough Robert Colesberry John M Finn and John Ryan for school directors Alexander Wall and Har riett M Worst for Justice of the Peace JosephSchown for auditor Patrick Powers and for tax collector Louis Meyer Representing the county ticket James Gallagher can didate for prothonotary gave a force ful address and ably presented a brief sketch of each candidate on the county ticket Other addresses were made by Jos eph Dougherty Mr McGrory Mr Worst president of the Mens Demo cratic headquarters Mrs John M Finn Mrs William Penn Mrs C W Kennedy Edward Miller Mr Carbine and others Entertainment was supplied by Dan Dougherty Hollywood songwriter who sang his new NRA song Lets Get Behind the and Bud Shays the N B CCoast to Coast radio artist who sang popular num ber requested by the various members VIRGIN ISLANDS GET FOR RELIEF WA SHIN G TON Sept emergency relief administration today granted the Virgin Islands for unemployment relief through Decem ber The grant was from the discre tionary part of the Federal fund and requires no matching by the territory The islands previously had been given lor the same purpose details of the wage contracts remained o be straightened out a formula had seen reached which he believed as sured prompt action The new code retains the minimum price provisions contained in the code drafted by NRA a week ago It for bids sale of coal at less than fair market prices which shall be deter mined by regional marketing agencies At a meeting of the committee in charge of the fifth annual field day of the Delaware County Chapter Izaak Walton League of America held in the Hibbsrd Brothers offices Col Jas A G Campbell Chapter No 19Disabled American Veterans of the World War will hold a vet erans rally and public Installation of newly elected officers next Monday evening at the headquarters of the Alfred Stevenson Post No 190 Amer ican Legion 227 West Seventh street of all wars and their friends Holders of beer licenses must watch their step and keep within tho law or their licenses will be re voked Furthermore the court will T T r V oppose granting of new licenses for 1 properties where licenses have been cancelled Warning of the courts intention was plainly given at Media yester day when revocation was made of the license of Alfonso Papa of Edgemont township This was one of the three places against which District Attorney William J MacCarter Jr filed peti tions a week ago It was the only one of the three which had a hearing i VI 7inal Opportunity Today For Voters Registration Today is the third and final of 1m Fall Registration days To vote in the Primary Election next Tuesday September 10 it Ls necessary that a voter be enrolled as a member of a political party This Is the last opportunity to qualify to cast a ballot in Novem ber when the state will pass Judg ment on repeal of the Eighteenth Amendment and the electors will vote on the question of permitting Sunday baseball and football Registers will be on duty from 0 m to 1 p m from 2 p m to 7 p m nnd from R p in to 11 p m Daylight Saving Time To register it is necessary to display a receipt showing pay ment of state and county tax within two years If you did not rcpistpr on August 31 or September 5 it Is absolutely imperative that you do sotoday or fprfcit your chancs to exercise the prerogative of every American citizen the right to vote NC HURRICANE MOVING TOWARD N JERSEY COAST Raging Near Hatteras Described in Warnings as of Great Intensity May Hit Atlantic Resorts Thirtytwo Reported Dead in Mexico Storm NORFOLK Va Sept Torrential rains which accompanied last nights hurricane washed away the Ncusc river bridge at New Bern N C according to reports to coast guard headquarters here today ItIs one of the largest bridges in North Carolina All houses along the New Born waterfront were either de ticipate State Commander Robert J Doran of WilkssBarre and other state of ueiu 111 tn aiouiera utiitei L f jn u at Media this morning it was decided ficg wilming on to go through with the program as i Continued on Last Page TRUCK HITS CAR WOMAN INJURED go through with the program originally planned for this afternoon at the Brinton Lake Club Concord ville Trap shooting rifle shooting re volver shooting fly casting bait cast Miss Julia E Levin 914 East Twentyfirst street narrowly escaped serious injuries yesterday afternoon when an automobile she was driving was struck by a truck at Ninth and Barclay streets Miss Levin escaped with minor injuries She was traveling east on Ninth street and had pulled to the center of the highway to make a left turn onto Barclay streets when her car was rammed in the rear by the truck and thrown in the path of a car driven by Fred R McLennan of New Castle Del A wheel was knocked ofl Miss Levins Car The truck driver Russell E Truitt ing and art archery tournament of fers an interesting and varied pro gram for spectators and contestants expected to attend R Lindley Baldwin chairtr the committee was undecided whether to postpone the days events but after favorable reports had been received concerning the condition of the Brinton Lake Club grounds it was decided to go through with the program as scheduled ED DUDLEY GETS town and Philadelphia are expecting to send large delegations Dr William H Jones state hos pitalization chairman will speak on legislation concerning latest develop ments regarding the recent reclassi fication of disability allowance for veterans The address of welcome will be made by Major William Ward Jr n There will be presentation of Purple Heart medals the government medal for those wounded in action and there will bs music entertainment ard luncheon Luke A Donohue will b3 installed as commander of Campbell Chapter U sHrREASURY BALANCE ALLEGED SLAYER IS BROUGHT BACK stroyed or high wind damaged badly by tho A check of each dwcll ing WPS being marie by coast guards men to determine if there were casualties River sections of New Bern fpr n block and n half from shore were i under watsr In the highest tide since j Ifll3 Boy Scouts in rowboats rc i moved many families from their As the primary election campaign draws to a close there have been no developments to change the predic tion of political observers that tha ticket endorsed by the Republican organization of the county will ba choson next Tuesday with a substan tial majority There is every indication that Major General William G Price Jr of this city will win the contest for sheilfT over Major John H Fay and William T Wright both of Ycadon The prominence of General Price his outstanding service in the World Wnr and his job of reorganizing tho National Guard of the state have Riven him a distinct advantage ever since he decided to enter the contest Of his opponents Major Fay was unknown until the campaign started nnd Mr Wripht was known only to people of his own and neighboring communities These two candidates arc splitting whatever strength the Independents can muster The same situation appears in tha contest for the Republican nomina tion for county controller where tha Independent vote will be split between Gsoigc Allen and James M Ham ilton Jnmcs T Stewart of Lans downe present controller should eas ily win the nomination Charles Mink Jr of Collingdale backed by n record of efficient ad ministration of the office of clerk of courts has the organization endorse ment and his opposition is badly split among four other candidates Prothonotary Mnlachi S Pancoast ot Springfield seeking a second term nnd Director of the Poor Clifford H Peoples of this city seeking the nom ination of the twoyear term on tha Poor Board stnnd before the Repub lican voters with no opposition The position of Mrs Kathryn W Spingler of Upper Darby organiza tion candidate for the fouryear term of Director of the Poor has been strengthened by the endorsement of Miss Edith B Hannum Haverford township commissioner Miss Hannum who has been ona of the leading candidates for the Director of the Poor nomination de clared I nm deeply grateful for the efforts put forth by my many Republican friends of Haverford and the other recttons of Iho but I am convinced that Mrs Spingler is the logical candidate for the impor tant place of Director of the Poor Her deep Interest and unstinted work in the Upper Darby Relief Associa Coutinucd on Last Page mony in the other cases If liquor is found in th possession of the holder of a beer licence the court will presume that he had it there for sale declared Judge John M Broomall When the defendant denied re TIII ai t rn i c 17 i 1 homes last night Will bland Irial lor ratal i Ten houses were blown down In a Shooting of LeipervilcrBdhls of blocta at Morchead Policeman at N C the coast guard here reported ThR roof of the hotel Cherry was blown off and the top of the power plrmt was tnken away by the wind sponsibility for violations of the law I Luigi Puglicsi alleged slayer of Const cuardsmcn also patrolled the claiming that another man was run ning the place under his license Fronefield said assignable you know Judge Albert Dutton Mac Judge W Roger Licenses are not Patrolman John Brownie Creegan Morehcad city waterfront Mean of Lciperville who was shot to death I while a 54mile an hour wind was on August 26 1923 was back in Del aware county today The accused slayer was brought uuuuu rnuiii uutiuu iviui Dade made his stand very clear that here its morning by State Detective James Ivteh an operator for the die blowing here at 8 n in and was in creasing in velocity High seas were reported at Vir ginia Beach near here and most of the telephones there were out of or RAIN TO CONTINUE OVER WEEKEND Continued on Last Pac trict attorneys office who was one of j dcr tho original investigators m the case The only communication with New SCHEDULE ANNOUNCED WASHINGTON Sept n Trvr The treasury net balance for Septem NEW GULP JOB ber H was Miscella Rev Thomas B Austin O S A rector has announced the following autumn schedule for the Augustinian Mission Band for Delaware county October 5 Retreat Viilanova Col lege Father Ronan October Church of St Katherine Wayne The extradition papers were signed Bern and Morehead City yesterday afternoon by Governor radio Lehman of Nev York Crecgan was killed late on tho afternoon of August 26 1023 when after responding to a call where there was a shooting match on Maddox street he was riddled with bullets i after he had arrested two of the al Ed Dudley has been appointed golf professional at the Philadelphia Country Club He succeeds Frank Col tart who held the post for over ten years i Dudley one of the best known golfers in the country took over the position at the Concord Country Club in 1929 He came cast from the Holly i wood Country Club California where I neous internal revenue receipts that j Father Burns Shesdy Father Austin day were Customs rej ast w csipts for the month through Sep tcmber 14 were 51410559458 October 2224 Forty Church of St Katherine Wayne Father McCarron of Pittsville Md was arrested andne was located two years Previously I if TO o nrtlioo t i t when arraigned for a hearing in police court this morning was held in bail for a continued hearing Another crash was recorded at 3 oclock this morning at Sixth and Upland streets between cars oper ator by Frank E Baldwin 1008 West Second street Wilmington bel and Joseph Devine 523 East Tenth street this city Both drivers reached an amicable the damages Andrew Murphy 40 who was a passenger in Baldwins car was vis ibly intoxicated He was arrested and fined and costs when arraigned in police court today charged with be ing drunk and disorderly he had been professional at golf j County clubs in Joplin Mo and Oklahoma City Winner of both the Philadelphia and Pennsylvania open titles Dudley has been a top flight golfer for years His most recent triumph was in the Hershey Pa open He spends his winters as profes sional at the Nationa1 Golf Course HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY Br United Press O COUNTY MEN RESCUED IN STORM The vanguard of a rainladen cal storm that may reach hurricane proportions in this area struck south ern New Jersey seashore resorts with 1 violent fury early today located at Augusta Ga This is the place built by a syndicate headed by Bobby Jones and Is known as the worlds most perfect course CoHarfs future plans are un known Student Returns From Germany Mis taken for Communist decree automobile when he received his death wounds was by WILMINGTON N C Sept Rain probably heavy with littln change in temperature is predicted today and tomorrow in Eastern Penn sylvania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland The highest temperature here yes terday was 61 degrees at 2 p m and the lowest was 57 at 745 p m Tha average of 59 was nine degrees below normal for the date nnd fourteen de grees below the average September 15 last year Maximum temperature for the dfttc Is 05 established in 1927 and minimum 45 in 1895 Sunrise today was at 043 a m and sunset will be at 709 p m Eastern Daylight Continued on Last Pac HIGHER TONE MARKS EARLY MARKET NEW YORK Sept Strength in repeal issues and min BLAMES HYSTERIA STATE TO RESUME FOR NAZI ATTACK MM HEARINGS WSTJSKUSSS it LJLlUlJXkll LU ICIA n unit Following an investigation by the j h brought an irregularly late County Detective John O Toole t into th stock markct Puglicse was named as the murderer and indicted as a fugitive The hunt for him spread to two continents Chief weakness again centered In the utility group whose heaviness Topics of Ti mes It is now possible to photograph a splitting headache The stutf that causes one is often pictured old stuff hat detectives learned he was living with a relative at Brcwster N Y a l Attributing his attack by Nazis in Legislative Committee to small town 53 miles north of New York City When taken into custody by Meli Meet Wednesday tO the accused man declared I KVICSS Probe Retail Price Rise i you arc arresting me for the shooting i in Delaware county I has refused to talk Sine then he Traders had before them today a weaker dollar on which to place their They have installed a burglar alarm at the local car barn It will sound for almost everything except when some kid steals a ride married by worry Unhappinsss among women is largely caused over the past asserts a psychologist Maybe theyre just trying to recall their MLssspcnt lives We never knew they worried about commitments and mixed opinion in ule past On anniversaries birth the street as to possibility of some days and around Christmas it always further Inflation movements Cotton seems to be the present HARtllSBURG Pa Scot Berlin Germany to hysteria joint legislative committee holding full authority to subpena wit nesses and records of milk dealers j m oor n uel Brennan Bossard 21yearo rallied behind the weaker dollar to show gains of as much ns nine points tempted to get a stateI trading flip nnu nulling tiuu AV headed by County ScMvc i the opening today again took over Chester High School graduate arrived will resume its hearings next at his home on the Middletown road Wednesday with the intention of in being O N Smith Pugliesc will probably be brought to trial at the next term of criminal court Middletown township last evening vcstigat ing alleged increases i MERCHANT ADMITS REAL ESTATE DEALS Edward Merchant secretary and business manager of the Board of Education in Philadelphia and Vare organization candidate for city con troller in the Republican primary today had been forced to admit at a public hearing that a real estate accompanied by his parents Mr and Mrs Robert L Bossard tht the committee will resume its Investigation started AT LINCOLN FIELDS Ladder Alarm Boy Hour Zev Bird Devil Weather cloudy track heavy AT ROCKINGHAM Dear Blond Knigrht Kcltwtck Crash Bank Shot Paint Box Hcrowin Doctor Monkey Shine Dyak Clotho Frey Drusus Post Brigade raining track sloppy Vccompanird by a 40mileanhour j agcnt Of his selection acting through wind that kicked up mountainous straw nien ftnd women reapsd sev waves and sent them thundering over cral thousand dollars profit in trans beach fronts ir the Atlantic City secacti0ns bv which the board acquired lion the storm forced all small craft I scv00j to remain in their harbors Two men were rescued by coast guards of Corsons Inlet near Ocean City after they had battled heavy seas for seven hoursin their disabled 45foot yawl the Aleen The men were William Moran and Walter Kern both of Delaware county Pa PAPERS FfLElfFOR N J STOCK EXCHANGE NEW YORK Sept What was believed to be the first step by brokers to set up a New Jer sey Headquarters to escape New York taxes was taken when incorporation papers for the National Stock Ex change were filed with the Secretary of State in Trenton Young Bossard his bruises healed during the 1933 session of the legisla and spirit tolerant that he held ture Which ordered the body was no rancor against the German peo ple and announced that he would return to Germany next year to study at the University of Munich Bossard the 32nd American citizen assaulted in Germany since the ad vent of the Hitler regime stated that he would make no protest to the State Department Bnssards Statement BUTLER AT NORWOOD RALLY Merchant admitted the charge at a lengthy meeting of an investigat ing committee named by the board to sift the accusations of former Con gressman Benjamin M Golder who was rejected by the Vare organiza tion in last years primary election The committee ordered Merchant to return next Monday on the eve of the primary and submit a de tailed accounting of all real estate deals in which he participated GERMANY BRESLAU Germany Sept Hans Carl lathBeuthcn died today Zu He Caro was a Nearly one hundred persons were made by Governor Pinchot in a letter j present at an Independent Republl to representative A J White Hutton can mass meeting held last night at Franklin county who had urecd that Norwood fire house with Major Gen the committee be convened Pral Smedley D Butler asthe princi Rcccntly the governor ordered the pai speaker The General in one of State Department of Agriculture to conduct an investigation into the characteristically frank addresses ho is supportinK the Indc leadership as they did in yesterdays session U S smelting gained two points to 83Vi American Smelting gained to Cerro De Pasco gained to 39K Kennecott gained i to Alaska Juneau gained to 29i Dome Mines was up at 34 Mclntyre Porcupine showed one point gain nt and Homestake Mining was up 9 at 334 a new high for the year Among the wet issues National Dis tillers gained Ii to 105 American Commercial Alcohol showed one point gain to and U S Industrial Alcohol was up li to The only utility to show strength Boer exposition and inventors con gress ran concurrently in Cleveland recently but as far as we have ob ervcd nobody has as yet invented an mproved brand of beer Vs are returning to the necks of vomens gowns this fall Wouldnt t bs great if more of them could ba eturned to the pockets of mens Dants allegedly unfair spread between prices pendent group in the party Guy the opening was Public paid farmers and prices charged for Davis of Norwood presided i milk Leading milk Philadelphia area dealers of however the an New Jersey which gained 1 point to others who spoke were Mrs Vcra 3fii But United Corporation Col ouRert candidate for director of limbia Gas Consolidated Gas and nr uRer ca lima as Americans go over to uermanj ao j nounccd tncir rcfllsfti to submit their hc poori who CNpiaincd the part sho standard Gas were fractionally lower on records to the State Department of lias ukcn in welfare work Samuel in subsequent trading they showed not know what is on e some offense and the Nazi think they AgricuU urc for examination MUA n ft r rtrtiMirnH I 3 are Germans he declared I Hutton in his letter to the I dont believe the Nazis or any j povernor pomtcd out that the coin Continued on Last Page INJURIES FATAL TO HITRUN VICTIM Samuel J Buck 45 of 7639 Park view avenue Upper Darby was killed yesterday when the automobile he was driving collided with another car on the White Horse Pike seven I believe that a piece of work of miles south of Hammoiuon N J I great valus can easily be done and He was taken to West Jersey 11 hope that it will be done with the mittee was empowered to demand the information refused the Agriculture Department This opinion was re iterated by the governor The committee has the right to subpena and examine distributors books the governor wrote There fore the committee can get informa tion that is inaccessible in any other way and that will be tremendously valuable to the farmers of the state J Harshaw candidate for clerk of the courts George W Allen candi date for county controller Thomas Kelly Who seeks nomination as jury commissioner John H Fay candi date for sheriff and Henry Sweney Chester attorney PRIESTS TRANSFERRED G brotherinlaw of Princess Hcrminc wife of former Kaiser WilheLm of Germany He 41 Homeopathic Hospital C a m d e n where doctors said a fractured skull caused death Marvin Green 31 of Bristol drove the other car accord Ing to police He was held in ball for hearing least possible delay Clarence J Buckman of Bucks county chairman of the committee has called the initial hearing for Wednesday afternoon the governor said J The only changes In the appoint ment and transfer of priests in the Philadelphia archdiocese announced vcsterday at tlic office of Dennis Car thc lefly dinal Dougherty affects this city The Rev Joseph F Niemicc assist ant pastor at St Hedwigs Church Fourth and Hayes streets is trans ferred to assistant rector of the Church of St Casimir Mahanoy City being replaced by the Rev Joseph S Tyl who has been assistant at Ma hanoy a little more strength U S Steel showed U gain at 53U and American Telephone gained of a point to 128 After the opening all divisions began to show a little strength bu trading was almost nt a minimum Trading continued to be led by th mining and metal shares which al showed gains over their earlier strength A speaker here said that taxes in some parts of China arc paid in poitl ry And we surmise the tax col cctors eggspect it Jack Stetser made a speech in tho Fifth ward the other night Wonder if it could bs as fiery as the one ha made in police station Friday mom ing School Coal Bins Not Filled reads Times headline Huh Neither ours but that isnt news The Weather HAD PLEASANT VACATION Colonel Frank K Hyatt and Mrs Hyatt of Fourteenth and Chestnut streets have relumed from Lake Winnepasauki New Hampshire where they enjoyed a summer vacation Colonel Hyatt returned this morning to his multiple duties in connection with the opening of Pennsylvania Military Colles on September 26 WASHINGTON Sept UP Weather forecast Western Pennsyl vania Cloudy probably occasional showers tonight and Sunday tonight cooler by Sunday nighl Eastern Pennsylvania Rain tonight and Sunday probably heavy rain la nitcht little change in temperature northeast calcs over southeast portion New Jersey Heavy rain tonight and Sunday not much change in ein peraturc northeast gale whole gala on the south coast TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m 54 10 a m 7 a mSi 11 a m 8 a m54 Noon 9 a 58
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