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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - October 31, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              UTS FOMTT IT ALL TONfcHT imt FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Begt News of the Day 58TH 17737 Dally Leased Wire Reports ol United Press UP and International News Service INS CHESTER PA TUESDAY OCTOBER 31 1033 TRICE TWO CENTS SYKES ASSERTS COUNTY PRISON GUARDS THIEVES Testifies They Brought Their Families for Sun day Dinners While Prisoners Ate Hot Club of Which He Had Been It on Dare John B Hannum Jr Brought Before Jurist After Verbal Exchange at Night Eight Chester Men to Face Trial After third Ward Raid U S BUSINESS IS PUZZLED OVER US PLAN TO BUY GOLD Showdown on Monetary Policy Foreseen as Con fusion Increases D Harvey Sykes former Fourth nights session of the trial was ward constable during cross examina tion in the conspiracy trial in Phila delphia of 75 county defendants testified today he had raided the Young Mens Republican on Welsh of which he had been president The big shots told me he said that I hadnt the nerve to raid it Mystery Over Presidents Moves Cooperation With England Denied WASHINGTON Oct Another showdown on the nations monetary policy was foreseen in official circles today as a result of confusion over President Roosevelts gold pro gram Business was puzzled by the plans for both domestic and foreign gold pur chases These apparently were in tended to force depreciation of the dollar as a means of bolstering the commodity price structure But un certaintly and conflicting opinions 1 and Indications of the result raised the prospect of new moves One of the countrys foremost ccon made by Assistant U S District AtomisLs said the gold purchases ap torney Michael J S Stoney and was parently were the administrations directed at John B Hannum Jr a j final monetary plans before recourse local attorney who is a member of to currency expansion He described defense counsel the purchases as a course over an It was one of the most tumultuous uncharted sea the outcome of which scenes during the trial and even j cannot be gauged in advance someone in among the defendants i I this docs not work in raising shouted to Hannum sit down you j domestic prices he said the onlj so I took their dare apd did Of b egg when Attorney Hannum alternative is the printing of money made a remark that visibly angered j Evcr this might not work in raisins course nothing happened as a result of the raid because McClure and Mac Carter visited the club In answer to a question by John R K Scott defense attorney Sykes ex plained his calling the Delaware County Prison at Broadmeadows Farm a country club for guards We ate hot dogs while the guards had sirloin steak he said If Del aware county would appoint an in spector to check the oil and gas the taxpayers would save a lot of money Scott attempted to halt the testi mony but Judge George A Welsh ruled it was responsive and directed Sykes to continue The guards used to bring their whole families out for Sunday din ner he continued Frequently there were as many as 40 visitors on a Sunday eating what we should have had Jesse James was a gentleman com pared to the Delaware County prison guards Scott endeavored to show that Sykes and several other constables prices unless the dollar suddenly was forced down to only a fraction of its present value and people lost con fidence in the currency Mystery surrounding the President grew hourly It was gencrallj he held the program in hi and would not reveal it unti results oi the current operations can be detemined He has reiterated that he will raise commodity prices if not by one method hv others REAL SKYGOING MOVIE STAR the Court Sykes was being crossexamined by John R K Scott at the time leading up to the scene which was just before Court adjourned until this morning Sykes was recounting his arrest and conviction in 1931 and said county detectives had been compelled to send him to jail the witness naming O N Smith chief county detective and James Mcli a private detective as the ones who were designated to get hlm ounce yesterday the i jimtii jn 1 hadnt dons it some one would have Tn had to do it T dnnt hrMri arwthhi 1 cllned inconfhct with the trend was WELFARE GOAL OF IS KEENLYSOUGHT 100 Workers and Leaders Not content ivith winning a place in he Ilollyxvomi ninvi firmament Miss Formally Campaign Open Local 100 C Donors to be uoa5 FAIR WEATHER WILL CONTINUE Fair weather Is predicted today and tomorrow and it will be warmer today In Kastern Pennsylvania New JeVsey DSaware ami Maryland The highest temperature here yes terday wns C9 decrees at p m and I he lowest was 47 degrees ut in Tinaverage of f8 was six degrees above normal for Ihe dnte and eight degrees the average October 30 last year Maximum temperature for the date Is 75 estab lished in 1912 and minimum 32 In Rewarded With Speeial Emblems Sunrise today was ivt a ni and sunset will be at 5 p m Kastcrn Standard time NRA COMPLIANCE BOARDJSNAMED Personnel of Committees for City County School District Announced With even the weatherman aicllnu in the campaign volunteer workers today arc concentrating upon collec tions for the fund of the Wel fare Federation of Chester and vicinity whicli formally got underway yesterday at an enthusiastic meeting of the Chester Club There were approximately 100 present rcpresnuiiv Irndcrs in the civic Industrial and social Hie of the city and itr environs each one Im bued with the purpose of securing the fund in order lhal the i Albert H Granger chairman of twelve affiliated units may function the NHA for Chester City and Dcln durlng the next year Liloytl Irvinu campaign chair man acted as chairman of the meel wnre county lias announced the per sonnel of the Campltance Hoard ing and delivered a brief address upon i which will have Jurisdiction in In the work to be accomplished In the j dustriul matters in Chester Marcus next fortnight J H Ward Hinkson prominent j Hook Tvalncr Upland Eddyslone and local attorney and through his ex perience as chairman of th Delaware County Emergency Relief Board an authority on social problems and re lief defined the limits of local relief work and tli3 ad given by State or Federal revenue State funds ho declared were pro viding the needy with some milk some fuel and shoes food Local funds were vitally necessary if medl Jane Barncsdaughter of Representative Clarence A Barnes of Mansfirld Oil1 ad homes social wclfni world After only ten seorct ilylnK nml morale were to be main SIasssccks a in lhe Barnes obtained n pilots license and plans to fly lo her eastern lnincti lhe home from Hollywood in lir oivn plane despite a rise in the governments Did for domestic gold to a new peak I of mind publicity Judge by mad do it I dont holri anvthiiipi cnnea in conflict with the trend was eUhcr o them SvkP de cotton The announcement of cx euner oi mem pykes de1 tension of gold hnvinir Common Pleas Judge kpU riiinri tn Albert Dutton MacDade the wit a ness said I was sentenced a onetrack prejudiced i the dollar materially Peports lhat his government would cooperate with lhe billion dollar CORPORATIONS CIVIL CASES CUT HIS TAXES HEARD AT MEDIA of the unfortu nates of the community Benjamin Ludlow widely known Philadelphia attorney and chairman of the Montgomery County Emergency Relief Board stressed the idea that it was part of the national recovery plan for every community Tlnlcum township A round table discussion was held recently with reference to policies to be pursued in the matter of assess ments and taxes which was entered into by Mr Granger and Willlatn D MdJiou Charles R William Craemer James J Skelly Louis Cole ISmmons Samuel D Clyde and Robert Fussell At the conclusion of the dlsciiMion Mr Mason offered a motion which wns seconded by Mr Lous thru committee1 be tippointed for the City of Chester Delaware county ant the Chester school dis trict Those named to servo on Die county committee are J II Ward Hinkson chairman George L Als ton Snmucl R Bell Albert J Craw ford H S Darlington Robert Fus STEEL MEN AGREE TO SETTLEMENT ON NRADISPUTE Mine Pact Gives Strikers Everything They De manded Report Says Roosevelt Wrests Price Concession on Rails and Other Equipment WASHINGTON Oct President Roosevelt appeared today to have established the domlnon of his uphill recovery policies over the great basic steel Industry Steel leaders that have been cool toward the NRA from the start and liavo haggled for weeks over a bitter strike In their captive mines In tha Pennsylvania coal fields acceded last night to a settlement on line laid clown by the President Mr Roosevelt also from hem a price concession on ccl rails opening the way for perhaps the larg est single railroad order in history which will give employment to thou saiit of worker1 wherever railroads run through the winter and spring The captive mine scUlemeiH gava the strikers virtually everything they demanded The slccl companies traditional foes of organized labor even yielded the checkoff On the rail price dispute the gov ernment made a decisively forward stride In its program to put men back to work Hie public works ad ministration Is joins to lend rail road dose to to buy 800 000 tons of rails and mote than I0o 000 tons of spikes tie fasteners and other equipment The steel companicV uniform bids of per ton fur rails were re jected Saturday by Railroad Co ardlmUor Eastman He said the price was too high He arraigned the com panies for what he believed to bn collusion in submitting the bids Meeting with the President executives defended their price lo continue Its administrations lo lhe iscll J Arthur Hayes James P Hop Scott reading from a bundle of papjrs on his desk asked Sykes At A TH concerning his various conflicts with VJ Continued on Page Eleven Wiggiiv Tells How Created SevenJo Escape Income Levies needy that naUonnl recovery wns Impossible if lhe citizens nt He Dispute Over Deposit in ovin ttny wny i Cki iUUO LUlilllL W 1L11 who served prison sentences for ex the courts The former constabje ad tortion had held conversations urior i tortiou had held conversations prior to the Grand Jury indictments in August and arranged to tell the same story regarding Senator McClures al leged activities in the Socalled Del aware county protection ring mitted readily his record which showed he was arrested In 1915 for assault and battery with intent to kill when he shot a man while mak WASHINGTON Ocl 31 Albert H Wiggin former head of lhe HCil Ulx 1 j Chase National Bank frankly told the House Purchase Settled by Jurv 1 Senate Banking Inquiry today he that creatcd seven psrsonal corporations Reports prevailed today Connie Mack will rebuild his Phila in ordci to reduce his federal and Tlic second week of Common Pleas Court involving civil cases opened at Media yesterday A jury in the courtroom of Judgi Albert Dutton MacDade rendered a verdict in favor of Harry T Sharp plight of ihc li000000 remaining un employed He said that this year more than ever these worthy un employed needed assistance because after several years of reversals and unemployment many were on the brink of disaster Committee meet ings followed the Hcneral session with M Herbert Paul meeting with lhe Professional and Business Mens group William Craemer addressing the Industrial Committee and Mrs William Ward kins Charles R D Mason Long and William Ing a levy assault and battery on his delphia Athletics baseball team dupli state taxes Svkes emohaticallv denied he had i former as tn attorney be eating his action of 1914 Wiggin said tho use of corporations j oi Manoa who had been sued for the i Jrdetailing planeand advising with testimony nthl S Pan the charges the witness i Mickey Cochranc according to im enabled him to take advantage of Manoa sued loi the fc discussed his testimony with other constables Sykes said that in October 1931 he smuggled two letters out of Che jail addressed to John J McClure j confirmed reports has been traded the Federal 12i per cent corpora interrupted At that time I think there were i to the Detroit Tigers as the first move tion tax instead of the higher income 186 indictments against me with a toward demolition of the team Rob1 taxes One corporation created in total of S33500 bail crt Moses Grove has been sold Max Delaware enabled him to avoid New I told McClure Sykes continued Mr Hannums remarks which Bishop has been sold and George York State income taxes and another that if I spent Christmas of 1931 and stirred the indignation of the court Earnshaw and Rube Walbcrg likely j set up in Canada allowed him to es query from Judge Welsh will be turned over to other clubs cape Canadian taxes the new year of 1932 tended to spoil somebodys mas in 1932 I couldnt do it in tioing it now in iail I in a Christas wnetncr MrScott would show j Some sources said that Mack planned i Wiggin told of creating the Sher i the report on Sykes to the jury to keep but five members of his 1933 mar Murlyn Clintjston Medfield and Im i due timc lhe attorney replied I team for certain These five include Greenwich Corporations in 1925 A JI TIl I Continued on Patre Eleven Assistant Attorney General Chct A Pinky Higgins Jimmie Eric Me To whom were von referring i Prosecutmg the case evinced Nair Doc Cramer and Bob Johnson 1 Uonunuctl on iag Scott asked when you said you to have the papers go j The Philadelphia National League would Debate club also is believed undergoing fe VOTING MACHINE ensued Ju Welsh said he wouldvision with the sals of Chuck return of a deposit of made in connection with an agreement to pur chase a house The suit was brought the womens committee Mr Paul is responsible this year for ft slogan A donation from every worker and to further that Idea he Those fir lhe City of Chester are S Lloyd Irving John L WcUierHI and Gideon M Stull and the mem bers of the committee namod for thn Chester school district includes Wil liam Craemer H S Darllngtou and Earle F Hcwcs Thoaa named members of the Com pliance Board are Charles A Tur ner Chester Lace Mills industrial employer Robert W Fairies Sun Oil Company Industrial employe William Michael Miss Jean Peoples representative of consumer J H Wnrd Hinkson at torney and William Provost Jr psr manent chairman In the name of Mrs Mary LcGates has arrranged to present an emblem who since has died Her husband which will signify the recipient Is a James LeGates claimed that Sharp per cent donor His field of had agreed to return the when endeavor will take him into the busl he said his wife did fullfil the agreement To McClure and the whole damn bunch he responded If I were the Court Id throw him into jail That remark at the close of last not care to to purchase the house which was on Belficlcl avenue Drexel Hill The full pur chase of the place was to be Sharp who was represented by Attor ney Wendell Warner denied making adjourn court and dispose of that Kline HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY By United Press L i According to the reports Grove has I Hannum who had taken nobeen sold to either the Chicago White jn ine examination cot to his Tincfnn ori Dispose of what K move to revse his AthleUcs agreement to return the down IS ON DISPLAY money and said it was paid to Norman Chain for commission The plaintiff was represented by At torney A B Geary In another case also heard before The county commissioners have set up a voting mpchine in the lobby of the court house at Media The ma chine is fully equipped with the ness area and among tho members of the various professions which have been neglected more or less In pre vious campaigns The display of this special emblem in a store or office will tell the public at large that everyone employed In that particular place is listed as a contributor j Child iirallh Centers Of tha twelve units aided by the i Welfare Federation the CHlld Health Centers do a vast amount of fine representing only cost plus a fair profit Eastman still inslsled that S35 wns a fair price In the interest of gelling people to wonc n White House statement said the President proposed to split tho difference The price of 3637V was greed upon Pour steel companies with rail mills re expected to share the huge order They arc U S Steel which has rail nllls nt Pittsburgh Chicago and Blr ningham Ala Bethlehem wllhjnllls T Galey Trade employer Gardner trade employe SOLDIERS SCHOOL A session of the NonCominissioiied officers school featured the weekly drill of Company B llllh Infantry held last evening In the Chcsler Armory Eighth and Sproul streets Captain Frank A llowsky was In charge of the Instruction which in cluded combat training The men were given detailed instruction In srjund nncl platoon movements by Lieutenants Laffcrty and Griffith FIREMEN TO CELEBRATE Judge MacDade Frank E Wright j of this city charged that James Continued on rape Eleven Continued on Last Patfe AT LAUREL Hlollie Bet Bohemian Grove Fcncader Sea Worthy Chat Eagle Captive Choice Altus Nuba Running PlaySister Madge j Oaks Syriac Chiefs j Troubadour Trundle Weather clear track fast GO P ATTACKS NRA PROGRAM ihis to the White Sox Reported this year will virtually demolish 2 championship team GIRLS ACCUSED last following nn argument Hnnna i also a sample preempted party j threatened him with a revolver which will have to be considered by j Wright testified voters m a number of townships and Raimas side of lhe story was con I boroughs on election day next Tues tradictory There was an nreumcnt I day f a UPTOWN RALLY i Providcnce Members of the entertainment com mittee of the Good Will Fire Co No 2 have completed arrangements for the annual Halloween party anc anncc to be held this evening in the meeting hall of the flrehouse at 1503 Official Pamphlet Asserts riTT P ATQ At the top of the machine is a llHjr IctriD Hstinp the 12 nronnscri nmrnri in which Wright grew abusive it of the Second ward met last night AT SPORTSMANS PARK Storm Kcaion Wild Kilty Lessingr Bounding Deep Princess Black Cherry Key Jimmie L Reaper Gold Rose Huskcr H Galcway Fellow Rcdins Vindicated Brilliant Baby Chica Sir Koster Plum Orchard Flitsome Shoe Brooksic Fellow The Bard Goblins in the form of Lower Mer ion police got three girls said j to be Haverford High School pupils President Has Broken on Halloween The girls suspected of soaping au PrOmisCS tomoblles on Lancaster avenue Bryn Mawr spent the night in Lower Mer WASHINGTON Oct I When they appeared Republican silence during the form today they were dres ative stages of President Roosevelts recovery program was shattered to day with a sharp attack in which he was charged with having broken mcnts to the state constitution each with a brief digest of the amendment Over each pf the 12 is a pointer to i be used in voting either or him Hanna said he took an un loaded revolver from a desk drawer to scare Wright jriieral election next Tuesday were discussed George J Timmms chair man of the Second Ward Democratic No on that particular amendment today The case will be given to the jury Committee and president of the East At the end of the line of amend ments is a thirteenth question ask ing the voter lo register a pointer for either Yes or No on whether U S TREASURY BALANCE End Roosevelt Club presided Addresses were made by John J Rucklcy and John J Stctser candi dates for city council Clarence i RAIL MERGER MAY CLOSE 2JTATIONS Suggested Plan Woulc Abandon Reading and B 0 Phila Terminals Continued nn Tagc Eleven Y W C A GIRLS PARTY HOSTESSES As III Halloween sucshar of lho pirls of the TrtHi Club of the Y W C A high school group the boys of the Y M C A HlY Club last eve ning enjoyed a gala party held in the Young Womens Christian Associa tion Building Seventh and Sproul streets Arrangements were In charge of a committee working under the super vision of Harriett Oliver adviser of lhe group and Mary Helen Birchard sccrelary of the girls work depart ment of the association Dancing was the feature event of the evening In addition there was a program of games and other Hal loween activities Rooms of tha builri IrlK were attractively decorated with corn shocks and fall leaves with pumpkin covered lights and Hal loween witches cut from colored papers Men of the dormitory club of tha Y M C A were entertained at an informal Hnlloivecn dance last eve ning by the members of the Business Girls Club The party wns held in on of the smaller rooms of the build ing Arrangements were in clwrce of Chester L Narvcl of the Y M C A staff and Miss Marion O Perkins general secretary of the Y W C A RADIO PROGRAMS FOR SCHOOL PUPILS r David A Ward superintendent has prepared a pamphlet Lets look at the record which con tains a sweeping arraignment of Mr Roosevelts monetary and recovery projects The pamphlet was pre siacks and lumberjacks be given another hearing a charge of malicious mischief borough or township They gave their names as Helen j the question for that municipality 18 Martin street Bnn Upper ATTEMPTED ROBBERY WIDOW VICTIM OF ATHENS COURT BRUTAL ATTACK election Hathaway Martin Nolan Mrs Florence Gallagher George B Elliott and others HAN AGAINST AUTOMOBILE Sometime during last night 7Sporting Lady Spot Pot Keserva worker I Grecian JudgOS RcfUSC to SWoil Hill Ncgl0 Admits tion Canteron Vcrda uantcron vcrda It charged the President has acted forcing a Amber Grccmrald Abstain contrary to the Democratic platform second st Off Weather clear track fast AT LATONIA Thuntlcrtonc Pertain Flag Wave Ojibway Just Buck Tryabit High Diver Play Box Kentucky Helen Saint Kills Ridge Mor Pointavvay Pre cocious Golden X Transpro SI Nazfairc Stabilizer Bill Soulham BilHcs Orphan Roxic Wcidcl Squall Indian Boy Weather clear track fast door in the rear of the story of the building Thcir and to his own utterances I efforts were thwarted when they cn Thc pamphlet charged tha Presi countered an iron door on the inside j of the building which blocked en Continued on Page Eleven trance Be Careful Goblinsll Get You Extradite Former Util ities Man to U S Guilt Taken to Peniten tiary for Safety William Wrighl 13 of 702 Potter strrrt suffered a head injury last j night when he ran from behind parked car on Eichth and against the side of bfins driven by Adam WASHINGTON Oct sav f lugs through consolidated operation of schools has announced an intsr of terminals In large railroad centers i ccllllg of educational topics ore a basic claim of proponents of the ito broadcast rash week of tha Prince plan for coordination of the curlcnl oar for the rj fit of tcach nations carriers crs and pupils i avail them Tho plan which Is entirely unofTi scLes of radio equipment al wai presented last winter by Program known as Tha nf A lini clal Frederick H Prince Boston financier i Alncllcn School of the Air has tb President Roosevelt but was not a number of the school principals and many are making ar ransements for radio reception in tha made public until now One of the suggestions Ls for me merging of the Reading and Haiti1 under thsir charge more Ohio systems with the Prnn On of each week tho pro aisylvania and the eventual abandon histoiy dram s for the r upper grades and high schools based on outstanding events in the social i and economic development of North quarters of a billion Amcrica On Tuesdays there are j Walnut street Perski took the boy dollars annually on the basis of 1932 posnipmcai aramausauons lor to thChester Hospital for treatment I j termed i ate and upper grades and scosraplncal dramatisations for in on ATHENS Oct The brutal attack was made yesterday I 1 of his injury Continued on 1 TO MELT POLAR ICE For use by future explor ers Admiral Byrds Antarc tic Expedition will cache near the South Pole 150 full cngth film comedies Guar anteed not to grow stale be ing on ice Good chance to see 150 movies on a to the South Pole Youll need some things for the journey No doubt you can buy them good though used through the Chester Timos classified ads This one sold a DINING ROOM oak 7 pieces good condition Very Phone Chester 22191 B careful tonight jarations were ready for the advent B alert for an icy breath across of Halloween at nightfall Colorful your shoulder processions were arranged for the Like Little Orphan Annie The largo r cities while in the homes there I the Court poblinsll get you were lively displays of crepe paper the case with pumpkin lanterns and figures ol j The charge was violation of Federal witches and goblins and hants j bankruptcy laws Perhaps the most rollicking of all celebrations will be those Greek Appellate Court today declined j afternoon on a 63year old widow of to extradite Samuel Insull to Chicago Spnngficd by a Sharon Hill Negro The court ruled that Insull was not wno was caught after a fourblock subject to extradition on the basis of chase The atiack so charges against him He was rebors tnat the prisoner was spirited leased awa to the county prison at Backed by a staff of star lawyers Mcciia anfl was takcn to Insuil had fought extradition for months He was succcsstul in a pre vious hearing in winning freedom victim is Mrs Robert Crcer of 266 North Rolling road Springfield The Negro is Horace Second Year of Repeal May Find Whisky Short Wednesdays literature dramatizations fo fifth nnd sjxth gradcSi aUernatlng with upper grades and high school The Thursday programs feature pri mary music and sloryjelline nating with music for the inter mediate grades Elementary scicnca and current jvents are featured on Fridays PUPILS ENTERTAIN and permission to remain in Greece Dorscy 40 f 73 Olive street Sharon But last summer tho United States brought new charges against him and of Appeals reconsidered Pupils of the two sections in the and the liquor industry Whiskv must age department of the John t lo in the wood four years before the govWethcrill ichool Twentyfourth and Its Halloween and therell be sperrits and hants abroad after dark NEW YORK Oct 31 i problem taxing the best minds of supply of American straight ai bicndcd whiskies will br sufficient Last night the man was given a meet the estimated demand for the eminent To bYboUled Poitcr streets arc their an bricf hearing before Magistrate Wil icar of repeat but the second and sold nlal Halloween parties today m the liam Morgan in the lattcrs office on years supply is uncertain a survey The problem may be met by im school They are entertaining tcach slowed today i porting American type whiskies from crs al1fj Parents the Baltimore pike was held without bail and court A separate party 13 The nation has on hand sufficient Canada and oilier whiskies from being held for each of the sections Watch out for the headless horse as he goes galloping by on his ghostly steed And the old witch with her black cat hunched on her out for her too Shell be way up there in the sky tonight framed by a harvest moon as her rickety old hrnrim cwicli cwicji n i home in the warm midday sun when for bottling and sale While prohibition undoubtedly has dreamyeyed take heed In the home on vails the ageold custom for It is accompanied by the naive superstition that if the lucky girl who sinks her teeth into the ap pie and emerges from the water an innocent victim of the depression swish swish across the bucket with the apple in her mouth I They said nso lhat he desired to rc the United States as ho was of meet ing Federal charges Insults lawyers defended him as Dorscy entered the yard to collect i The amount of bonded whisky in j taught many drinkers to drink garbage He was Working as a helper j storage will have been reduced about Scotch all whisky from abroad will on the garbage truck driven by 16500000 gallons on the day when j have to face a tariff of S5 a gallon Russell Kcrshaw 26 of Bishop ave nue Springfield Dorscy is said to j places her prize under her j main in Greece and to try a come I have grabbed Mrs Crcer by the the thirtysixth state formally rati fies repeal broom goos stars Its a night of I dreams will be colored of back at 74th birthday is throat throwing her to the sromid i ranging from 11 to 20 vcars dances by grotesque her future husband i There is talk in reduc the tariff lest a high demand and forecast Eastern Pennsylvania Partly cloudy and warmer in southwest por Wcdnrsday partly cloudy and in north porlion Ucslcrn Pennsylvania Partly November 11 j The woman screamed attracting are very strong since whisky shrinks i which will appear after repeal will be 1 j0 rsolomns grinning pumpkinj But private or public therell be It has been reported that Insuil neighbors among them Russell Ksr In the process of nscing and Rains i Old Overholt Marpe rnd Mount spciTils abroad this night was seeking to organize new comshaw driver of the garbage truck i in strength as it lcss with As to attempt to stave off fate jas to attempt to halt the grostly pa I manmade celebrations j will lend force to the gathering of the The whiskies on hand arc all old low supply will encourage bootlegging i m south v Among the odtimc whisky labels n cxircme nrrthnost portion tonight Wednesday partly cloudy colder in nortlnvcsl portion spirits tonight Throughout the nation in cities and towns and private homes prep So be careful And watch out especially for the old witch with her cac and her broom Shes searching for habics bom this night according to the old supersti tion so that she may endow them with supernatural power j panics backing ZaharofT Europes mystery man who is 83 In the final court hearing Insults lavyers maintained that even if the garbage truck i in strength as ii lcss in voiumc Venion amone the straight ryes ako by Sir Basil I Kcrshaw ran into the yard and struck j The 6500000 gallons will lend Old GrandadI Hermitage oid Crow Continued on Page Eleven i Porsey with a garbage pail The Negro fled with Kcrshaw and a crowd of neighbors at his heels Meanwhile another neighbor had telephoned to pelves to blending up to about 10 i Old Taylor Sunny Brook and Bond times their volume Blending would i Lillard Among lhe blended brands create a possible supply of 65000000 will be old Spring Garden Red Top gallons which is estimated to be the I first years demand TODAYS TEMPERATURES Continued on Eleven What to do the second year U the and Shcnandoah ryes and Green River Mellwood and Belle of Nelson bourbons 6 a 7 a 8 a 9 a 10 a m m m m m 47 11 a m 47 54 1 p m 55 2 p m 56 flrt 64 68 70   

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