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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - October 9, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              WEEK 58TH 17718 WlroReport5 ot United Press UP International News Service INS V tme FINAL EDITIOH With All Latest and News of the Day FALLS ON STAND FOR THIRD DAY IN RUM RING TRIAL Former Constable Bares Graft Collections and Undergo Crossexamina tion Late Today or First Thing Tomorrow in Federal Court CHESTER PA MONDAY OCTOBER 9 Rumor That 20 More Plan to Plead Guilty Heard in Ex pected to Produce Fireworks When Ex Constable Sykes Takes Stand LINDBERGHS AT END OF LONG TRAILBLAZING TRIP William J Palls former constable i of Lower Chichester township took I the stand at the opening of Federal Court today in Philadelphia where 79 are are on tual for conspiracy charges and supplemented the list he gave Saturday of places which paid protection money and were on the O K list of the constables He identified a number of defend ants as those paying protection money and likewise identified some whom he declared were collectors Armed with a written list Palls began his testimony under the prompting of Special Prosecutor Chet A Keyes and the first place he named as paying protection was the Keystone Hotel Seventh street and Central avenue owned by Ed ward S Fry and operated by Louis Others he named as follows Little Ritz West Third street the bartender being a man named Sam Roma Cafe Third street near Franklin owned by Charles Roma Colonnade Hotel Third street below Market owned by Prank Schavelli a man named Kazoski with a still at Eighth and Caldwell streets Big John still at Eighth and Hintson streets At this juncture William T Con nor of defense counsel saw Palls was reading from a list and he asked the permission of the court to this paper Judge Welsh acquiesced and Connor took the paper to the table where defense counsel was seated and the list was gone over minutely then returned Falls was asked by Connor In whose handwriting the last was and Amplifiers in Federal Court The federal trial of 79 defend ants in the Delaware county rum ring conspiracy trial went on the air today Not over a national hookup or even over a Philadelphia station but merely in the courtroom of Judge George A Welsh Due to the poor acoustics of the courtroom along the Chestnut street side of the building and considerable traffic noises which filtered in together with the soft tones of the first witness William J Falls of Linwood Judge Welsh arranged for an amplification sys tem which was installed this morning by the Bell Telephone Company A microphone is hung in front of the witness stand with a loud speaker at the judges bench and another facing the jury in such a position that the and prosecution attorneys can easily hear every syllable spoken by a witness shows course on their epochal journey MORE MARRIAGES SEEN AS AID FOR BUILDING TRADE 3 PERSONS HURT WHEN CAR UPSETS NRA to FRANCEGERMANY DEADLOCKED ON Mr and Mrs Howard C Grant of i 124 Lewis street this city and their llyearold daughter Edna sufi HIS ARMINft KSUfi fered minor injuries yesterday after lOOUiL PlaTic n 1 Ul an accident on iidns tuning Lode the Baltimore pikat concordviiie Europe Gripped by War Involve Social and The tHo travelling m an D Business Activity automobile at the rnUof about 45 miles an hour when a rear tire blew out causing the car to overturn In Would Urge Young People anurlsht positionthe to Leave Parents to Start Own Homes several occasions Falls said he found most of the places he named on the o k list and in conversation with the rum sellers he discovered cafes paid per weekand still owners to S200 per week de pending upon their output In answer to Keyes question Falls stated he knew Joseph Doblitz and WASHINGTON Oct 1933 by International News Service 1 government eflorts to alter social financial and business activi ties involving virtually everybody in the nation are being contemplated by the NBA in connection with the master code it is writing for the al most extinct construction industry In the belief that the PrecidenVs whole recovery plan hinges on a capital goods movement that would Falls replied my He stated j declared that he conducted a plac he wrote the list last night at his on Market street between Second and Third streets He described thc steel door peephole and buzzer sys tem in the entrance then described the Interior Falls said his first knowldge of the place was when he and former Con stable Thomas Connelly of Brook haven grabbed a man coming out of the place and we found two pints of liquor on him home whereupon Connor sarcas tically asked So you were home last night were you to which Falls replied for a time yes1 After adding to the list of protected places the names of the Venetian Cafe on West Third street owned by Prank Varano and the Providence Inn owned by Paul Monkaitis Falls awaited until Attorney Connor asked the court to grant him a blanket objection on every place and name specified by Falls in order to expe dite proceedings This was agreed to by Judge Welsh Falls then resumed his census of places which were on the approved list as paying protection He speci fied Hopeside Inn Chichester town ship owned by John Capillo Joseph Reikel Seventh and Mcllvaine streets retail bar and wholesale sale of liquor Johns Place Third and Howell streets John Gogol still on Thurlow street between Second and Third streets Joseph Burchyck Pole and was wrecked the occupants being hurled through the top of the vehicle Thy were taken to the horns of Mrarid Mrs Van Lser Heyburn where first aid was administered A few minutes before the accident another crash occurred at Concord viiie when an automobile driven by Lucius McKay Negro of Wfcshing ton D C collided with a sedan owned and driven by Miss Edith M Shaeffer of Media Miss Shaeffers automobile was damaged but no one was seriously hurt Roy Hultzapple of the Keystone Motor Patrol investigated both acci aents sseing that first aid was ad the of novel and even radical proposals to be put into effect as rapidly as possible are under serious consideration 1 Let the Home Loan Owners Bank i Corporation make more loans even if tome should prove bad 2 Promulgated propaganda tend ing to cause more marriages among young industrial center they will leave their parents homes for their own and help in the drive Llllil J i v UIL We took the man to a magistrates i apartment va office and in a very short time Doblitz LdnLles came in and asked us if we did not know his place was on thaprotected list Doblitz than spoke to the trate and thc case Palls then told of a raid in Ridley township when a siot machine was seized This was in 1930 He said IN WORKS WILL SUBMIT BID The Baldwin Locomotive Works is preparing to submit a bid for the construction of twelve steam locomo tjves for the Northern Pacific Rail 3 governmcr will The railroad has invited bids for irubar of type used Talk as Berlin Insists on Rearming BUY NOW DRIVE OPENS TODAY TO AID RECOVERY Gen Johnson NRA Chief Appeals to Who Spend the Pay Checks Better Times Here He Says Asserts BuyingIs an Investment WASHINGTON Oct administrations buying campaign started today with Recovery Adminis trator Hugh s Johnson confident thai It would serve as the stimulant business needs to sustain employment nnd payroll pains resulting from NRA codes A flood of telegrams nnd letters lo Johnson from all parts of lie country over tho weekend promised coopcra lion throviRh advertising nnd special 1 merchandising appeals Manufacturers ami merchants targe nnd small In every field of business have pledged cooperation with thc recovery administration nnd the consuming public In n buvinc push to break the depression John son said Some of thc letters rcvenl new nnd improved products lo be offered the I public others report greatly increased advertising budgets RS evidence of I faith in he upturn nnd all pledged their writers to maintenance of fair prices Johnson todny called on all consum ers to Join In thc now is thc time to buy campaign Payrolls cannot be maintained ami new jobs created hn said unless thc consumer docs his wllh WopcratlnB Proclamation Today there will be inaugu rated in the city of Chester us elsewhere in America the second phase of the vast cooperative movement evolved by the uovcn nient at Washington for national business recovery under the NRA Merchants manufacturers and employers generally have already made tremendous sacrifice which In most cases they can 111 afford to increase the consuming power of the great body of our people through thc spreading of work by shortening I he hours of labor us well as through the payment of a higher wage These sacrifices on the part of our manufacturers HIK merchants can be Justified only through the cooperation Of the buying public Mr and Mrs Citizen may no voim IAiiT NOW IS THE TlMi TO BUY there will be inaugurated by the merchants of Chester a JcniYi of great sales events in which you may participate The shelves of Chesters merrhnnts arc heaped with wonderful merchandise at tractively displayed and attrac tively priced This Is an opportu nity to do your part Now is the time o BUY BUY where you see the sign of the BLUE EAGLE WILLIAM WARD JR Mayor WEST END INFANT j BURNED FATALLY ovcrings in Coach in Which He Lay Mysteri ously Ignited buggy In a World Conference Set for Next Monday Seen Headed for Disaster GENEVA Oct Rudolf Narolny German delegate to the World Arms Conference today de clared to the Conference Steering Committee that the Reich is most anxious to reach an accord on dis armament U 1 t11 JUJ JU icilc have gone to work and millions of dollars have been added to pay roils The housewives of the country the purchasing agents that spend 85 pel cent of Die family income will realize son of m Mis James McCuc of 2124 West Fourth street wns burned to death yesterday afternoon PRICE TWO CENTS GENTwIulicE RECEIVED TOTAL OF 33075 VOTES Easy Winner of Republican Nomination for Sheriff Recent Election Work of Official Counting of Ballots Completed Successful Candidates A total of 33075 votes were cast in the entire county for General William G PriceJr of this city for thc Re publican nomination for sheriff in the September primary election according o the official tabulation the vote Just completed at Media Gencrnl Price had a lead of 23400 votes over his nearest opponentfor the nomination nnd a lend of 14026 combined The other candidates on the Re publican organization ticket also won according to the official fig The official vote for sheriff on tha Republican ticket follows William G Price Jr city 1364 county 25711 total 33075 William T Wright of Yeadon city 842 county 8833 total 75 John H Pay of Ycadon city 1373 county G6CO total 8032 Sam uel A Brown of Ridley Park city 172 county 1170 total 1342 The Republican vote for county controller James T Stewart of Lan downe city 6322 county 21090 total George W Allen of 1Cl faience city 1013 county nl OG52 M Hamilton Prothonotary Mnlacht S Pancoast of Courts Charles Mink Jr How the nrc started remains a of Ridlev mystery but police are seeking nveycarold boy who called nt thc McCue home asked for Jimmy Mc Cue 1 nnd was seen to stop nt the coach leave come back and then run away i inat now is the time to buy not only Thc child had been placed in to save money but also because every1 ln dollar spent now Is helping to keep tnn tv n rtn s i 1933 1 TTJl 1 UULt by United talk through out Europe and a complete deadlock between Prance and Germany on dis armament brought strong Indications today that the World Disarmament Conference scheduled for next Mon day would be adjourned indefinitely after a brief meeting Conference amorg chief delegates of the disarmament steering com mittee meeting today showed Prance nrmly opposed to German demands that either Prance disarm or Ger many be permitted to rearm It became highly probable that the big five Britain the wage earner in her family on a payroll For four years the American con been off buying more than bare necessities until better limes Better times are here There is a new confidence abroad in the land Men are going back to work Industry is bringing into the market Improved products held back for these better times Merchants arc restocking iheir shclves and ware houses Better times alwavs mean higher prices Now is the time to buy for purely selfish reasons Prices are going up Buying now is an Invest ment WASHINGTON Oct coach and wheeled out Into the sun sh nc jusl after his mother had bathed him Flames were seen shooting from the coach by August Mann H of 707 Wilson street and his brother Joseph 12 who were visiting nt the McCuc home Their screams attracted the attention ot Miss Elizabeth Dixie a sister of Mrs McCue who ran from the house snatched the baby from the Ulazliig coach and took him lo the Chester Hospital where ho died five mlnues after admission Roland Eachus 42 of 1046 Chest nut street Darby who was also a visitor nt the McCue home ran from the house when he heard the Mann boys shout fire nnd overturned the coach believing the baby was in the coach unaware the child had been slum dwellings and yet discourage immediate building on the property To further absorb present apart ment ne dtuu A crtrT i aicrtjii 1 the case was brought before Seek a possible ten per cent within Ipst retlllfitirm n fhr nvnennf ir I It was stated in railroad equipment circ es yesterday that the Northern Pacifies is the largest inquiry for steam locomotives in about two years trate Howard Reese in the Fourth 1 rcduction the present price of all ward and John Dolan of buildmff materials and hold those i y rtt f 1 f i i ordered nsmanv t was quashed Palls in reply to Keyes 1hird and Wilson streets still owned j declared he knew Dick Delchantv and This in cffcct would be m ri it t lio f J i V iho fSriTTft jicm vji rviimuv n 11 f uiULivut III a lilrrlt there and told j thr odtfcMs ln tial boost in prices at the expiration I question j URGES AT if they reached no agreement in the next few days to adjourn next weeks full disarmament conference in definitely after a brief formal meet in patronize only the retail stores which better displayed union cards in connection ing and continue secret negotiations i cl1 France apparently won the sup1 b with their NRA blue eagle insignia The federation beginning the sec ond week of Us 53rd annual conven tion in approving the resolution de port of Britain and America against German demands The British par ticularly indicated their strong oupo by him and operated by Charles Frei muth At this juncture Keyes asked the witness if he had ever spoken to anv one about the places on the list and Falls replied To Johnny Ryan on HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY United Press AT LAUREL CanterSUne Trcdhavcn Prince Tokaion The Gen Rustic Cuba 3 Ashthorpe Philistion Toylime T None 6 None to Gsrmanys desire to obtain guns up to 153 millimetres 61 inch calibre light tanks nnd reconnaio that he had been told by Harvy thc Government guarantee a Federal Sykes that Delehanty was the coli building boom to begin al lector for the Fourth ward He most ac oncc lined Andy Prank as the collector 5 Sponsor legislation in the next G O P TICKET VOTES treaty However in an effort to cf HARRISBURG Pa Oct BUP I SnBB r nj1 im A I rtiUJU 5111 I for the Sixth ward and declared he Congress that would curb the real es Edvvard Martin chairman within a reasonable Prank and John J Ryan i talc Promotion racket like the sacurii of the Republican State Committee l tncroho m thc roadhouse of Rocco ties act now curbs stockselling I nas asked a11 county and city chairi LONDON Oct 1933 fHor nnM i i l0nlotcr nt i n inU fni I Sgro where they came to take the i rackets weekly collection Rocco told ni 6 Persuade all after I came out of an inner room bor unions to take T Ji if j however that more than the blue eagle was necessary to win the patronage of federation members IN AUTO CRASH nrerir fi ry a and thn derv0f the Ninth ward Mrs Esther Davis of 134 East Fourteenth street suffered injuries to her back and brush burns In an automobile collision when two cars collided on Kcrlin street bridge The accident happened Saturday men of his party I Thomas LBoulden 42COf s i xjjiui n con i 13 and Clyde Mcneus me sole 22 of 301 Rural avenue Upland crashed Mengus sustained a laceration of the left wrist and contusion of the back Both Mrs Davis and Mengus were given treatment at the Chester Hospital for their injuries il building trades la RePuWican ticket voting at the No sidercd today fee voluntary ten venltier general election i means of savi J I 1 A saving the World Dlsarma T L I J t uuill J L il win 1V tJl LU LJlSul lllil v f roni view that that cent reductions of the wage scales General Martin asked his party Conference that Frane becin tJ2 2 d VISitcd him 1 set up in present agreements with to impress on the voters that disarming within two years identified Edward S Fry as employers for th first year period j nly 4who votc a majoritv A cabinet mscting was called at net IPnHor nf n i i r nf T 11 4 as cae a proxiso 0 get a substantial i candidates on tho Republican i which Sir John Simon foreign ml thn v sana cn mon oreign ml c Ti v had charge of the in wages the jxt annual period i ncHct cn vote as Republicans at the i planned to report that the con 4Uat On several Dr Leo Wolman head of the NRA I 193A fercnce due to be held October 16 tn lave me a list of Places Advisory Board already has Primary candidates will be unlcss todays meeting of the Steer were not discussed such reduction in wages for United States Senator I s i with hnilrfinrr nninn i offices Concrwys nnH Continued on Part Fourlcpn awilig Protection Palls said with building union heads and finds I state Congress and the Gen Falls likewise identified Harry Ginsi them agreeable to the plan Assembly berg RS the collector for Marcus Hook j All of thc above proposals are be pniri Ginsberg was n rged as one complete plan lor i empioyea by Chris Nacrelli Mike revival of building activity by the 1 yt was ldcntified by Falls as the of nest year at th latest e a 1 o n Kay Grand Hopes collector for the Eleventh ward and Caterer IVtuskoday Stadgcs Fcl onc who gave him names of places to 1 F1RE CHIEFS TO MEET low Lazi Canter i be raided because of nonpayment of Fool Westys Lad j dues and he also identified lc First District Firc Chiefs clear track fast trate R Robinson Lowry of the FFth Hlctl of thc 9cawale County Fire ward as one of the minor judiciary mens meet in regular before whom raid cases were tried and ECSSIOn at tne headquarters of the j the fines and costs split between the I Concordville Fire and Protective As e sociation on thc Concord road Con SUSPECT JAILED HIRAM E TURNER Carney Negro 30 of the 400 block on East Ssventsenth street Chester was arrested about daybrcrk VCSternav hv TH AT WASHINGTON PARK Hiram E Turner of this citv nf T Julie Go Forth Hickory Lad Bill Kievettc Glcnola Fates Fancy Sinfflc Stripe Peace Lady Santa Sophia Princess Carolyn Transbird Dr Klein Sis Gardner Plum Orchard Beauty Secret St Nazarie Dark Entrj Koster Sweet Gal Redo Test out Prince ChaHo Rich Phil Lady Mary Ep fltrJoe Sky Lad r Up Backward Never Tar whcn they were struck by another Water Spot Pot Bif Gun All cal Continued omPagc Fourteen 2 KILLED CHANGING TIRE ON AUTOMOBILE Two men changing a tire on their automobile in a heavy f0 were killed instantly early today on the Roosevelt Boulevard in Philadelphia Hail Axtcl Jack Murphy Weather cloudy track frst New Way to Crash Managers Office Certified accountant daily applying for job with Chicago firm never got by the offlceboy Last week the firms manager received a small phonograph and record played found it a highpressure speech about the qualifica tions of the applicant The scheme worked though not sent in by phonocraph this classified ad inthe Chester Times worked just as well GRADYVILLE Mlddlctown New detached 2Vistory house 5 rooms bath attic All conveniences Iot R month Apply general store who returning to cordville tonight Chief C Canby i Darlington will be the host POLICFSEllNG HOLDUP VICTIM Failed to Report Robbery Confessed by Negro Now in Custody u ana Loan Association was signally under thc honored at the annual convention Unable to give of the Pennsylvania League of B of his conduct CarI and L Associations held at Wiikcs ri hrnm Magistrate i Barre last week when he was elected Park who Uecond vice president of the state of S10 and costsin default I body ARRESTED ON WARRANT Francis OMera 37 of the 200 block West Seventh street and Alfred York 28 o Hinkson boulevard Rid Icy Park were arrested Saturday on ALb n warrant charging them with break ing and entering assault and battery and disorderly conduct Both were held for a hearing tonight VETERANS END CONVENTION HARRISBURG Oct After three days of celebrating Penn sylvanias Veterans of Foreign Wars bit comrades farewell today with committcd to Directors of the Iron Workers As MANN LOSES APPEAL IN EAGLES LOTTERY WASHINGTON Oct Conrad Mann Kansas City Mo financier and lodge organizer today lost lits appeal to the Supreme court from his conviction in New York City Federal Courts on charges of violating the lottery laws in connec tion with fund raising activities of the Fraternal Order of Eagles The Court also sustained by re fusing to review their cases the con victions of Bernard C McGuirc and Frank E Herring in the same case They were associated with Mann in the purported lottery activities The Courts ruling requires that thc men shortly begin serving their sentences Mann was sentenced to serve 15 months in jail nnd to pay a fine of McGuirc received a sentence of a year and a day and fined S10000 while Herring was given four months in jail and fined of Collingdalc city 6539 county 18889 total 25428 Roland I Dunn of Ridley Park city 833 county 5852 total 6685 Samuel K Harshaw of Havcrford township city 603 county 1595 total52SS George Hnncy of Upper Darby city 389 4567 W56 Arthur S Wcldon of Ridley township citv 477 county 23C8 total 2845 Jury commissioner Stanley T Hib bcrd of Media city 4517 county 16 f 2J859 Thomas P Kelley of Media city 858 county 7858 to tal 8716 Willism S Moore of Up per Darby city 179 county 3979 total 4158 Harry C Wigmore of Prospect Park city 285 county 3736 P Elllottof Chester city 1262 county 1742 total 3004 James Babe of Upper Chichester Continued on Page Fourteen FAIR WEATHER IS PREDICTED Partly cloudy skies with not much change Jn temperature today and to morrow in Eastern PennsylvaniaNew Jersey Delaware and Maryland There will be showers jn the west and north portions of Eastern Pennsyl vania today and tonight The highest temperature here yes terday was 78 at 2 30 p m and tha lowest was 54 at 715 a m The aver age of 66 was five degrees abovs normal for the date and three de grees above the average October 8 last year Maximum temperature for the date Is 84 established In 1887 and minimum 40 in 1876 Sunrise today was at 605 a m and sunset will be at 531 p m Eastern Standard time Topacs of Tames The big trial has brought out that the bootleggers of this city were unionized But they never adopted an 8hour day Averaging 30 miles a day travel back and forth to the trial the de fendants will travel 1440 miles if the case lasts months But if thats all the traveling they would have to do theyd be satisfied It was suggested Saturday that former Constable Falls sing his testi TH T A T Which might cause the re porters to make better notes Two young lawyers have been ad Tho plan to make an milted to the Delaware County Bar ol cr balloon flight into the strato one from this city and one fromlsp crcsincc they dont seem to get Drexel Hill j anywhere with their world ravolutlon Joseph Euscne Pappano of 500 ion cartn West Third street this city was I sponsored by Attorney John Mc Donough Mr Pappano hps been active in the ItalianAmerican Citi zens League The other attorney is N Horace Bermnn of 3211 School lane Drexel hopes of renewing acquaintances at Hill who gives his office address as their 1934 convention on June 21 33 10 South avenue Media He was and 23 at Hanover Fire Prevention Week Is Being Observed Here 53 and Julius Balzerit Brown Jr 31 John Goctter 19 driver of thc i he did not sec the men in time to stop that j in the causes for which the apparatus that and crews of the city department IVClC i hflVP hfnTl nut SOME PA MINERS RETURNTO WORK Other Thousands Fail to Heed Roosevelts Com mand to Quit Strike If Postmaster Farley has any lovs for a good Republican he might at least hand the man the job of post master of Little America Weve been hearing so much from President a Vies President elected too Theres a khaki shirt outfit in country demanding that Presi sponsored by Attorney V Gilpin Robinson Mr Berman is 24 years of age and a graduate of Upper dent Roosevelt declare himself Darby High School and Syracuse University He has taken an active I leadership in the Alumni Association of the Upper Darbv High School DEEPER WATERWAYS DELEGATES NAMED so long as they keep their shirts on Cafeterias in New York are be ginning to unionize But theyll line to attend the Atlantic Deeper Waterways Association convention Cubas ABC is suspected of plotting a new revolution Probably for the way theyve been treated the school children out during the fall j PITTSBURGH Oct aiUP Waterways Association convention Lions in an African game preserve uis mid Chief Cal Thousands of miners returned to thc to be Ilc1 nt Baltimore Md Octo are said to be so tame they come out Pis today while other thousands con 17 to October 21 inclusive Al for their dinner Thank you well furnaces and smoke tinned to strike which they hops will bnrt RCoanger Charles R Lonf J stay away frcl 10B unionization of WUHam R Lenr inflammable mate the Pennsylvania soft coa field Hcadley Charles J G should be made steel company executives prepared Roc1cr Samuel R Bell Frank Fran AIR SPEED RECORD CLAIMED man who thus far has not at a very low flgurc not oSly duriw ft to obey the President George ANCOMA Tf1 his connection with the case the present Fire Preventiodi Week5 1 work and clwn i S11d rcccivc on but cver to the year j by the following bit of h captive ANCONA Italy Oct Officials today claimed a new air speed record for Colonel Gugliclmo Cassinelli who covered a lOOkUo rneter course at 39333 miles per hour Colonel Cassinelli made the night In a Macchi seaplane driven by a 2400 middle age and small stature ap parcntly well dressed and wearing 8 The man who confessed is Edward Hunter Nrgro cf Darby township who admits his score Chester pike a short distance of Taylor Hospital about midnight September 28 The victim who failed to report the matter to the police is described as a white man of about Put lighted matches and smokes out before discarding them Never smoke around a barn garage attic or h f he A advice by TREAT IS PROMISED the CUnbrs will be en 3 the house do dry t invoke tacit nonrec Dominic Saginetti 17 found a voivcr in a bureau drawer in home in Philadelphia He o in wta6 Wfh Safe llflllids or send ognition Thc recovery act Ber a flrc thc right lo c the public of their own sue v5nlh and Sproul at Wednesdiiy with a humorous dis i is the be given r Newport De the meeting directors of thc American Iron made by Cnarma Leonard Steel Institute meet in New York non Rev H R The Weather knnw it c n fnnaaslphia and Delaware connfv 1 matcrials provide j trie company of electrical trouble and a Rita Viwrio Hmi that 8aS company ot gas eaks the trigger and IRita feli stint t gUn hS victrnllls companion nr moti Li5rf li 1 fuscs wltlH ncw ones n the side critically wounded i COMMITTED TO JAIL WASHINGTON Oct Thc weather forecast Eastern Pcnnsylvani cloudy slightly colder in southeast portion tonijht Tuesday fair New cloudy slightly colder tonight Tuesday fair AVcstcrn Pcnnsylvani cloudy possibly showers in extreme northwest portion tonight Tuesday fair Not much change in tempera ture John Priest 26 Negro of 3H Cen PnJllngeSTntuhCir withlral avenue arraigned before itagis Checkoff in police court this cneckon sysicm the strike will be j morning charged with being drunk TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m 7 a m 8 a m 9 a m 10 a m 54 52 11 a m 61 54Noon 64 55 1 p m M 532 p m M V   

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