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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - September 30, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              WE DO OUR PART FINAL EDITION With All Latest am Best News of the Day 58TH 17711 Dally Leased Wire Reports or United Press UP and International News Service INS CHESTER PA SATURDAY SEPTEMBER SO PRICE TWO CENTS ROOSEVELT SIGNS COAL CODE HOPES PA UNION CHIEFS REFUSE TO CALL TOENqPASTRlKEOFF COALJTR1RE Agreement Taken From Throw Down No Work TIMES TO BROADCAST PONVlfTX RIOT WORLD SERIES Y Ujl13 1UU1 The World Series start next week In keeping with Us custom of years the Chester Times in addition to its leased telegraph wires will broadcast the series play by play from n posi tion on the Eighth street front of the Washington to Hyde Park Home by Plane President Believes Action Will Send Back Miners to Work Monday HYDE PARK NY Sept Ultimatum After Roose velt Signs Code Declare It Does Not Pro vide for Recognition of 17 FOUND GUILTY the Organization Laboratory will in a power amplifier in conjunction with a late model Majestic radio and hundreds of fans will be enabled to hear the details of the game clearly and correctly PITTSBURGH Sept AGAIN AT PEN REFUSED FAVORS Stage Demonstration for Six Hours 50 State Po licemen Called IN URSCHEL CASE was hoped for in Pcnnsyl Leftwing leaders of the farflung vanias western bituminous coal fields bituminous coal strike and leaders Bailey Desperado AnlOllg Those Convicted in Oil Mans Kidnaping OKLAHOMA CITY Sept of ten defendants on trial for the kidnaping of Charles F Refused Papers and Radio in Each Cell No Play ground Says Warden STRIKING COAL MINERS IN HUGE RALLY AT SCRANTON today through an agreement signed j of the West VirginiaOhio steel early today by President Roosevelt workers holiday today flung down after it was brought here by airplane a no union work frnm WasVimeton i ultimatum in answer to wage agree Iiom Washington ments signed by President Roosevelt The agreement brought all of the cady today socalled captive or steel company operated mines in which about 100000 These agreements bring all captive mines including operations of the H men are now on strike under proc Brick Coke Company where the visions of the general code of fair strike started into line with wage competition for the coal industry scales and working conditions in President Roosevelt confidently preopenmarket mine territory Unruly convicts State Penitentiary in in the Eastern Philadelphia Uschel were found guilty by a jury in FVHpfnl Pntlrt tnrlav TMivnn rtf Mm continued riotous demonstrations to day demanding a new deal1 for the 1587 prisoners confined there Twenty additional state police offi cers were sent into the prison when fierce battles among the convicts got beyond control of guards After demonstrations continuing for six hours the guards augmented by at least 50 state troopers restored order in Federal Court today Three of the defendants were found not guilty new violence and unrest started after penitentiary officials re fused to grant four demands pre dicted before signing the agreement They do not however provide for Among those convicted were Harvey scnted by nine prisoners chosen to that it would send nearly all of the or against union recognition and j Bailey and Albert L Bates two of i fePesent the men who arc confined idle men back to work on Monday i strike leaders declared that such iaie men oacK 10 wont 011 iviunuuy isUike leaders declared inai sucii th The pact affected about 75000 striking I recognition is the crUx of the spread lne nolonoudesperadoes in the vninnic anri nhnilt flflfl sfrpnl UfirkPVS inrr COUlHly miners and about 25000 steel workers I ing Donald P Richberg attorney for Leaders of the coal strike which the NRA flew and motored here with has forced about 85000 men into idle the agreement for the President to ness crippled the entire industry His pilot was unable to land j refused definitely to order the men in the small field near here due to j into the mines on the strength darkness and continued to Albany Of the new agreement From there a friendly motorist brought the NBA official here Mr Roosevelt was gratifiedto find Hoarse from strike exhortations to his followers young Steve Patronie president of the Footcdale Local that all of the warning factions in 1 united Mine Workers of the strike in western Pennsylvania epitomized the strikers position He signed the agreement which he apsaid proved Twentyone steel coal iron Thats great news about the agree and coke companies signed up to ment but well keep up our strike bring peace in the western fields j Were not going to quit now That Singing of the agreement came just i means we are not going back to work country Bailey and Bates received Ihe diets stoically The verdicts were an nounced at 1010 a m today The jury retired at 410 p m yesterday but reached a decision last evening The conviction of Bailey and Bales and others of the defendants was a smashing victory for the United States Government which is conduct ing a vigorous campaign against the kidnaping racket It was the first major kidnaping trial held in a Fed in 18 tiers of cells The prisoners demanded 1 A radio in every cell 2 Daily papers in every cell 3 Those held in solitary confine mcnt following riots earlier in the week be released immediately FORD STRIKERS ALLEGE POLICE AIDJMPLOYES File Protest With the County C of C Concern ing Action of Guards Say They Carried Lunches to Men in Plant Strike Situation Unchanged The committee representing tho strikers iit the local assembly plant of the Ford Motor Company yester day forwarded a letter to the Dela ware County Chamber of Commerce in which they protested against tho mcmbsrs of the police force being used as messengers to carry food clgars and cigarettes for office work ers still employed at the plant at tho loot of Lloyd street Jh tho letler the committee al ICRCS that two policemen one of whom It named in uniform drove an unlicensed Ford car out of the plant mi Thursday to nil uptown restau rant arid there purchased lunches clears and cigarettes for the men Strike leaders say that all fore men nnd assistant foremen as well us olllcc workers in the export dc huge demonstration in Court House Siiiiiirv Scrunlon Ill 36 hours before the general bitumin ous coal code goes into effect on Monday At the same time he ap proved the agreement the President named National Recovery Adminis trator Hugh Johnson to temporary chairmanship of two boards to be created under the code They ara the National Bituminous Coal Board and the National Bituminous Coal Industrial Board The Presidents action in naming Johnson technically fulfilled the pro visions for operation of the coal code Full membership of the two boards will be made up later The agreement itself was compara until Prick recognizes the union eral Courtroom since Congress passed walls The local officers were afoot the socalled Lindbergh Law in bandit chasing cars and on motor ife is the maximum cycles They were held in readiness COURT DIRECTS SUPPORTORDERSJ Chester Man Arraigned i TWO STABBING AFFRAYS REPORTED Two stabbing were fjlven treatment ai thc Chester Hospital last night lor arm wounds sustained j the other j any attempts to escape Sentence will not pronounced the wall A compatriot affirmed Petromes as unln ncxt Saturdayi announced union for two score years sertion and added lo by scaling Well march 40000 strong on Clair ton next week Picket lines at the Clairton By Products plant of the Carnegie Steel Company like the Frick concern a subsidiary of V S Steel began slowly breaking miners headed toward RicheyviUe where a mass meeting was scheduled to be held Efforts to form picket lines to draw out steel workers in protest against up today as trie their motorcade tively brief Its effective paragraph the use of outofstate coal in Penn f ollows Each employer in the operation of any bituminous coal mine operated Continued on Last Page Continued on Last Page Motions for a new trial will be heard next Friday Inside there was great confusion Prisoners set fire to their trousers I and other clothing and tossed the TA n i Henry Ucktor 26 100 biock West Denies Wife SAllegation Third street told police he was slashed in the left arm by Al Heat Icy Negro during an argument uboul wages The other victim Elizabeth He Is Investigator FIVE JURISTS WILL PRESIDE September Criminal Court Term Begins Monday 15 Cases for Week 4 Several guards accused of cruelty Massed to Hear the exhortations of llicir leaders liuncir cds of slilkinir anthracite coal miners arc plctuml at a i off yesterday 1 I I I i be dismissed When the committees demands were rejected rioting and shouting j started Tinware was banged against cots and bars were rattled The uproarcould be heard outside 1 the high walls A crowd of curious gathered outside the prison Police were stationed outside the Charles Altsliuler of 317 Snydcr 34 burning articles into corridors street this city reputed to be EKuh The verdicts as announced a few ing paper was tossed about Shouts one of tie istar government wit minutes after the jury had solemnly filed in were Albert L Bates guilty Harvey J Bailey guilty and curses continued nesses in the Federal inquiry into A threat was made that every wan conditions in this county appeared R G Shannon Texas restored at once in the prison would be placed in sol I itary confinement unless order was rancher guilty Jeers followed this as the men knew Mrs Ora Shannon his wife the jail is already overcrowded and guilty i the order couldnt be carried out before Judges Prononcld Broomall and MacDade at Media yesterday facing the charge that he was not supporting his wife and child Mrs Nellie AUshuler of 43 West Tenth street this city informed the Negro 400 block East said she was atlacked at Front and Yarnall streets by Hcbu Pryor Nosro who charged Elizabeth with slpalinir her innn Both vie tims were advised by police to swear i Broomall and Judge Albert Dutton out warrants for the arrest of their MncDnrc assisted by Judges Normun attackcrs Arnion Shannon their 22yearold Floodlights were turned on the walls Court that she had not received any son guilty N Y PREPARES FOR MAYORALTY FIGHT FIFTEEN PRIESTS ARE TRANSFERRED Sam Kosberg of St Paul guilty Sam Kronick not Edward B e r m a and yards Guards crouching be money from her husband for several not i hind machine guns were in the months Asked what her husbands towers 1 business is Mrs Altshulcr declared A call was sent to National Guard he was last in the liquor business NEW YORK Sent The transfer of fifteen priests in the Catholic Archdiocese of Phila delphia was announced yesterday by Cardinal Dougherty Transfers in York prepared today for its hottest i Delaware comity were The Rev Wil mayoralty campaign in years as 1Ham J Magee from assistant rector former Mayor Joseph V McKee was j pro tern Church of St Alice Stone assailed by barrages of abuse andhurst to assistant rector church of praise for his last minute entry into the Holy Saviour Linwood Heights the race He will oppose Mayor John the Rev J Francis Haley from as P OBrien Tammany incumbent anci sistant rector Church of St Francis Fiorello H LaGuardia candidate j of Assisi Norrlstown to assistant the fusion forces which desire to rector Church of St Joseph Collmg move Tammany control from city i dale and the Rev Patrick J Fpley government from assistant rector Church of St a McKees entry was regarded ag a Joseph Collingdale to Church of St definite aid to a sorely beset Tarni Francis of Assist Norristown many which faced almost certain de feat with its unpopular candidate against the lively and colorful cam paigner LaGuardia Tammany how ever had little reason to feel en couragedv While McKee was an nouncing his candidacy yesterday Governor Herbert H Lehman an 1 not guilty Clifford Skelly guilty One of those sentenced to life was headquarters in Philadelphia to she said she also believed he was ascertain what equipment was avail engaged as an investigator by thc able for quelling riots Federal government but did Finally the prisoners them know if lie was receiving payment selves out with the banging of tin for his services She said she re Mrs Lillian Chessen 51 who allegedly ware and shouted themselves hoarse 1 quired support for herself and a 7 collaborated in writing a ran som demand The other two sentenced to life terms were Randol Eugene Norvell 33 East St Louis gambler and Percy Michael Fitzgerald 39 St Louis ex convict The clamor ended suddenly and at year old daughter 3 a m order was fully restored Warden Smith said the situation was under control He said that the demands of the men were re fused because the penitentiary is no Altshuler declared he had no DIDNT KNOW IT WAS LOADED ihcso employes sverc asked to turn in their barters and tool check accord ing to thc strikers Some of the 1200 men who left Philadelphia curly Thursday morning for Eclgewatcr N J where they picketed the plnnt In that city ami which activity resulted In a number of employes joining the strikers re turned to Chester yesterday after noon They reported that the plant at Edgcwatcr is closed down and that Ihc men say they will not return to work until the plant in this city la reopened Tho strikers committeeyesterday held n meeting at which time It was discussed whether another meeting would be held in Ukrainian Hall Fourth and Ward streets before next Wednesday Police armed with riot sticks and tear gns bombs outside thc plant re ported that there was no disorder T Boose of Somerset nnd Samuel L as the strikers arc conducting them Rcrd of Cambria county selves In an orderly manner Pickets During he first week of the crlmi from out ot the city began arriving rial term there nvr listed 15 cases for in thc vicinity of the plant early this Monday will murk the opening of thc September term of criminal court at Media with President Judcc W Roger Proncfickl Judsc John M trial on thc charge of driving while intoxicated while there are 18 addi tional cases listed for thc remainder of thc term making a total of 33 drunken driver cases which is PitvrVlmin Piorpo i probably the largest number of cnscs i ciuuimdii ooap i iercLjcvcr fol R singlE tcrni ln thc Wanted to Learn locJJ1 The eases listed for trial on Mon day are Loleda Walker alias Tillie Walker murder Hankl Jackson assault and Municipal employes in City Hall battery William Pitts larceny two police station were moved Just How Gun Worked morning seeking Information regard ing the progress of the strike The only department now working at the plnnt strikers say is tho domestic office help EDGEWATER N J Sept special hose lines strung to water hydrants and steam pipo outlets and a force of Stale Troopers Continued on Last rage I playground began I have made from to a week in witness fees at thc rate of TO SHOW FILMS IN LOCAL SCHOOLS EDWARDSVILLE 111 Sept six defendants in thc August Luer kidnaping case were found guilty today by a jury in Madi son County Circuit Court and three were sentenced to life imprisonment FORMAL INSPECTION AT P M C TODAY tenseness recedes Thc constable who have been on duty continuously since a day Altshulcr told thcCourt said his wife wns receiving an prison until the mrDmp nf nnnrfntln Oi Patrolman George Soap Pierce In Julius Pavlak and Prank Konopka fact they cried for more than an I breaking and entering and larceny As scon as this case is over I will fresh men today proportionate child declared Altshuler He of TO fcred to show the court checks cov ering thc past seven or eight years APT1 9 which he said would prove that he 5 had spent at least S1MOO for house hold expenses in addition to a like WASHINGTON Sept amount to my wife of the to enact laws to assist meht of muddled municipal financ ing WAITRESS CAUSES MATRONS ARREST picture film educational value to all pupils and morning New and old cadets of the Penn Spectacular investment banking opi Judge Froniifield ordered Altshuler to report to thc probation officer weekly as to his earnings When he earns a wack he Is to start paying half to his wife Assistant District Attorney Bloom Dr David A Ward superintendent i sylvania Military College turned out J erations of Clarence Dillon suc of city schools has announced to the i this morning for their first formai cess and daring startled Wall Street r principals of all schools an offer to military inspection of the fall termj in the boom Coolidge era will be in show in the public schools a motion which began last Tuesday evening vestiga ted by the Senate Stock i which would be 1 with opening classes on Wednesday j Market commitce which has been has urged the principals to arrange The inspection this morning one summer recess i summoned to meet Oct 3 after a long hour There was no tragedy connected with thc report although its hard to convince George B Butch Mc Clellan foreman of the highway de partment that there wasnt It all happened shoriiy after 8 oclock Patrolman Owens had just arrived with the patrol wagon from thc Ford plant There were few picketsthere this morning and there wns little for police to do Owens came back with a load of tear gns guns that resembled batons Pierce had never seen one and pick ing one up started to admire the in vention Look at thc cute trigger said Demits Shcppard larceny Judge Roberts driving while Intoxicated and failure to stop and render assistance Harry Gorcsman breaking and enter Ing Groage A Flanagan assault and battery John Rue larceny Dave Price larceny Joseph Gruccla and John Kosmalskl breaking and enter ing and larceny Edwnrd S Mitchell larceny LoRoy Dunbar assault and battery James Dougherty violation conducted thc commonwealths side Pierce to McClellan and Owens who of the questioning Altshuler who us i were seated on a bench outside the a program to include the showing of of the routine formations of the coli Ferdinand Pecora onetime one of the Q6 persons indicted by police garage the films A number of the schools i lege held each Saturday was the first i ant district attprney in New York the Federal Grond Jury had no Soap then began examining tho have concurred in the plan and will I opportunity offered the new military and now counsel for the investigators counsel make the program a part of their department head Major Carroll i will arrive here tomorrow or next day regular auditorium activities U S A to make a complete10 confer with Chairman Fletcher of The pictures will include a show inspection of the large battalion tne Senate Committee Must Support Child Stewart Cook of Llanerch gun closer and wanted to hear the 1 trigger snap he snapped it all right The explosion of thc gas cartridge was almost knocked McClellan and Owens Continued on Last FINAL WARNING TO AUTO OWNERS FAIR AND SLIGHTLY WARMER TODAY After being fair and slightly wanner lofluy showers are expected tonight and tomorrow In Eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Delawara and Maryland It will be cooler to morrow afternoon and night Thc highest temperature here yes terday was 70 degrees at 4 p in and the lowest was 57 a I 6 a mTho average of CG was two degrees above normal for the date and five degrees above the average September 29 last year Maximum temperature for the date is 83 established in 1931 and minimum 44 in 19M Sunrise today wns at 556am and sunset will be at 546 p m eastern standard time Bscoming disorderly in a ing of the highlights of the century which will work under his orders dur rant on Morton avenue near Sixth of Progress Exposition a feature film j ing the year street shortly before last midnight j on the life of Abraham Lincoln and Major Bagey was assisted by Cap Stephen Linski 22 of the 500 block East Eleventh street threatened the life of Anna Renshaw 734 Hayes street a waitress when she ordered The United Press was informed ordered by Judge Broomall to im Ofr the bench then a split second estimated that a little more than SO cent of the automobile owners Today is thc last day to have your WESTINGHOUSE GETS automobile officially inspected and the iAIX urlC3 state sticker of approval attached i BIG ELECTRIC ORDER Beginning tomorrow police of thc various communities will assist mem bers of the State Highway Patrol in arresting all who have failed to have their car given thc official okay It is EAST PITTSBURGH Pa Sept order for electrical equipment for the II S Navys six 1500ton destroyersbeing built in private shipyards has been him out of the place WASHINGTON Sept this morning Linski was fined S10 and costs when given a hearing be fore Magistrate Michael A Honan It was testified during the hearing that Linski was very obscene during the argument He was the only de fendant slated for a hearing CHEMfCAL AVORKERS GET CERTIFICATE was Miscellaneous internal revenue reportsfor that day were Customs receipts for the month through Sept 28 were GRIDSEASON OPENS TODAY at Fletchers office that an executive mediately resume paying weekly later Pierce Owens and McClellan I per meeting of the committee would be for the support of his sixyear old WCre bumping into each other all in Pennsylvania have taken tne with the westinghouse Elec bcmg temporarily blinded i trouble to have their cars given the and Manufacturing Company Of course Soap didnt know H semiannual Inspection was loaded Shortly after thc explosion the tear United States Arrny who are assigned may not be the subject of flrst mj support The child is Jiving with her gasseeped through the open windows quiry next week mother who is divorced from Cook Of City hall and into police station cne conege j j sending all scurrying Into the fresh air All business was suspended for about twenty minutes There was a formal inspection of the cadet quarters followed by an outside inspection of old members of i the corps and their equipment carried on while the new men were being given special instruction in basic military drill SEEKS BROTHER HERE The certificate of affiliation issued to Chemical Workers Union 18814 by the American Federation of Labor was displayed ata meeting of the General Chemical Company employes held in Red Mens Hall at Overlook Claymont Del last night Union cards have not been issued as yet but official receipts were given to 307 workers who had paid the initiation fee and signed the mem bership card up to 930 oclock A closed meeting of the union will jcampaigns this afternoon thc High be held at the same place Friday I School proteges of OUie Robinson Local police have received a re RobertN Dedicate Smedley Field The Orange and Black of Chester High School and the Green and White of St Roberts High School will start their respective football night October 6 HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY By United Press trcking to Bethlehem to meet tho 1 first class high school eleven of that i city and the youngsters of Coach i Desmond entertaining the Nether Providence High School on the St to i for his brother Philip Fatz whom he hasnt seen or heard from for years Ths Maine officer says his brother was reared by a family who adopted him taking him from an orphanage when he was a boy The last he heard about Philip he was supposed to be working in this city In his letter th officer states that reading about the Ford strike here reminded him of his brother Anyone knowing the man is requested to give police the information or tell Fatz that his brother seeks him BALLOON HEIGHT CONVICTS FREE RECORD SMASHED INDIANA SHERIFF j Russian Scientists Excel i Held Three Days by Flce GOLD MINING STOCKS RISE IN EARLY DEALS IIONE RANSACKED Joseph Gruskie who lives in the rear of 3000 West Sixth street this morning told police that his home was broken into last night and ran sacked Thc burglar gained entrance by forcing a window Nothing of value was taken Piccards Mark in As cension Today ing Latter Captured MOSCOW Sept Three GARY Ind Sept Russian scientists exploring thc Sheriff Charles Neal NEW YORK Sept r mining issues featured initial trad U11C 01 1 jhg on the Stock Exchange today ris ing fractions to 5 points while thc j 1 remainder of thc list was irregular i in a narrow range Trading was fairly active of Harrison Homesfakc Mining spurted 5 points RECOGNITION OF RUSSIA NEARING the company announced today Condensers air ejector forced draft blowers pumps and switch boards are included in thc order obout half of which will be made at its plant and theremainder in its South Philadelphia works Topacs of To mes stratosphere 12 miles above the earth I county kidnaped and held captive tn 346 and smaller gains were marie in the giant government balloon USSR I for three days by escaped convicts by Dome Mines and Mclntyre Porcu today shattered all existing altitude from Indiana State Prison told topine Noranda Mines nnd Alaska records day the story of his weird experiences Jmicau however cased slightly Studying their instruments at thc Almose simultaneous with Neals i Copper and silver issues also were comfortable temperature of 716 tie appearance here James Clark one i demand Cables recorded good Bigamist of Stonehurst in a Daze reads another headline The average man with just one wife is always in a daze pipes Mike Ma ginnis Nudists camps will be as numerous Pvopiifprl hv as movlc houscs soon sals Ed Hill i luscmeci wen go to a gawkie of U S Senators on Their Visit to Moscow WARSAW Sept ditions under which the United States Froviaence wign acnooi on tne i TJT UTTTTTT A XTC Smcdley Junior High School Field UloAULkU V I PLAN FOR CAMPAIGN AT ROCKINGHAM Profits Arson Tuniorily Kellwick Cavalier Division Mecat High Socks Hot Cahc Tost Brigade clear track fast Seventeenth and Upland streets Both coaches are confident of viej lories although they are not stress ing their optimism They have worked out their elevens for the past I h onrl Vinli tViof ttm Plans for the annual ForgctMc Not drive of thc Disabled American presented to Soviet Foreign Commls Clark one of the 1 firmed up to 93 after opening at 92i local airport they reached at 953 a i milesfrom here v m an altitude of 179 Kilometres Hi group of four that held Neal captive i P miles 204 yards j was caught three blocks from the Steel Maintaining that height the space police headquarters i explorers cruised about until 1205 L Nca said hc was carly then advanced their arrivcl here today a talkie Liquor under thc floor reads a contemporary headline Most of It is lowdown stuff Latest reports from Atlanta in form us that Al Capone is still mak ing good on the prison baseball team Heres hoping he Still makes good for years to come Chicago Chemical tests at the nmnt tr Rcyriofdsr senator TronV North CarWorlds Fair show that 32 is not in noft i olmawas outspoken in declaring for toxicating Fellows who are arrested tjl luuv rtuu linro frM HitttnO rjnuil ehnnM Small gains were in uiiy juuiwu mm iimy vptpljv HP wmrlprpri nil riiv trv were about to descend They had i f Straidard Brands j Soviet recognition while Senator Mc Adot was equally favorably impressed drifted 11 miles of Moscow to a city Hc cam by Soaring rapidly they had surpassed I 1 rrrnrds within 40 minute 1 arK lola Polcc ft aincrcni SIO1 all previous records within 40 minutes i after their start k was rightctao eta eiao ctaota of California Public Standard of New Jersey firmed up in the early isalc1 l Believe the United States should here for driving drunk should clip this out and paste it in their hat A bridegroom was arrested in Russia Senator Reynolds eolmty for burglary If he gets 5 or tIfrt Mill thrce weeks and believe that they Veterans of thc World War Colonel The previous altitude record for will hold their own with any teams James A G Campbell Post No 19 balloons set by Professor Augustc in thc county win be made Monday evening at a Piccard and Max Cosyns of Belgium 9 TTITTPC St Roberts and NetherProvidence i special meeting of thc chapter memj was 10 miles 117 yards Thc airplane K uu c Towrr oncn lie bv Soviot 1 I have been deeply Impressed SLY nnd conditions and I am not afraid of communist pro of of 10 years his wife will know where is every night The Weather will dedicating thc new athletic AT HAVRE DE GRACE Single Cast Gay Parly Nicfc Darb Fla Fcllow Pernickety Fleet En Passant Syriac Ris ncar Continued on Pagc Ten CAT KILLS PRIZE PIGEONS Pigeon fanciers in the vicinity of Fifteenth street and Providence ave nue have been annoyed recently by a large black cat that has been raid ing pigeon lofts and has killed a number of highly prized birds Plans are being made at the present time by thc members of tb2 East End Pigeon Flying Club for a number of interesting events fcr the Fall dis tance flying program bcrs to be held in the old Owls Hall record as yet unofficial is 8 miles Sixth and Sproul streets The discussion will be lead by Nor man E France committee chairman All disabled veterans of the World War have been invited to attend the meeting at 8 p m OF DIP Continued on Last Page HISTORICAL DRAMALOGUE A pickpocket who mingled with a crowd in a central cinema house last 1 of thc evening stole a wallet from the I lieth anniversary pocket of Charles M Sooy 320 East Twentysecond street Sooy told po The auditorium of the First Bap tist Church Seventh and Fulton streets was filled last night when the historical dramalogue The Re cording It ft Li 1 I utilities generally were firm irt w registered small losses Oils wtrc ntonswhile the bad sides would not WASHINGTON Sept WUD I HilJIvO fteadv Motor shares made no 1 fl r 1 Thc weather forecast New Jerseyi icss in either direction after a firm Mr I Far and toniglu ftU Attacked by two men at Filth and opening Dealings generally were j f siJ 1 by showers Sunday cooler Sim Market streets last night Clayton i because of thc absence of many Boulden 25 Avenue C Worthland traders for the Jewish holiday slcL clca d ucH fed th e Del was so severely beaten that was later admitted to thc Chester Hospital with head injuries Boulden told police he was waiting j dressed i cellent Tne last harvest wa cx lay nigt Eastern Pennsylvania incrcasmjc COLONEL STARR TO SPEAK T i In addition to conferring with M Colonel Clarence Starr who spent IitvinofT thc two senators aftended Russia as an the Russian Ballet in Angel was presented as part i for a bus shortly before midnight considerable time in Russia as an the Russian Ballet in thc company program marking the seveni when sn automobile pulled to thc engineer will address thc Chester of Colonel and Mrs Charles A Und inivcrsary week of thc church curb and the two men jumped out i Rotary Club at their weekly meet bergh They latter visited hospital The piece was written and directed i He said he could not idcntiiy them j ing which will be held Tuesday at and factories by Mrs Claude Phillips With toi and could give no reason for the ati thc Chester Club nil Welsh street The senators plan to sperm at least clouciincss and somewhat warmer followed by showers beginning or Sunday cooler d Monday TODAYS TEMPERATURES 1 four days in Germany studying con lice the wallet contained his drivers morrows services thc program will I tack They made no attempt to rob The meeting will be in charge nf four days in Germany stiiayii cards and several dollars In cash i be brought to a close him I Caldwell Hinkson ditions under the Nazi regime fi a m 56 10 a m 7t 7 a m56 11 a 8 a m64 Noon 78 9 a m64   

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