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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - November 6, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day 58TK Dallv Leased Wire Reports of United 1rcss UP and Intcrnailonnl Service INS CHKSTKK IA MONDAY NOVKMMW 5 1IUCK TWO CENTS SAYS ATTORNEY ASKED S2000 TO FIX RUM CASE Declares Lawyer Mentioned Certain Sums for Three Judges and Others in Order to Take Care of Rum Jurists Refuse to Dignify Statement by Denial Government Alleges Leak in U S Marshals Office Gives Defendants Advance Infor mation on Moves of In volves Several With Arrests Looming Prosecutor Keyes Receives Threat Chet A Keyes special deputy United States attorney general handling the McClure trial re ceived a threatening telephone call at 3 a m yesterday morning Keyes lives at the Chancellor Hall Apartments at Thirteenth and Locust streets Philadelphia When the phone rang Mr Keyes arose from bed and an swered A womans voice queried Mr Keyes The prosecutor re plied in the affirmative and the woman said Watch your step Youre going to be the next vic tim The call was immediately traced to a West Philadelphia pay sta tion and while this was being done a second call came to Mr ECcycs fiom the same party Ap parently she became suspicious as she hung up the receiver as soon as the prosecuting attorney an swered DOOM OF DRY LAW SEEN TOMORROW IN ELECTION VOTE FREE EDUCATION IS THE HERITAGE OF EVERY CHILD HomeSchool League Con iercnce Speaker Made Forceful Statements Sessions Held in GlenNor School Saturday Night Well Attended In an address before the annual fall conference of the Delaware County League of Home and School Associations at th GlcnNor High school Saturday evening Henry Klqnowcr director of the teacher division of the slate department of public instruction at Harrisburs said there are who siill believe that a free education in America is the rightful heritage of every child Even though we spend millions of the taxpayers money to erect equip and maintain schools it must be GOVERNORS CARRY FARM CODE TO WHITE HOUSE OP SEEN VICTOR ROOSEVELT AIDES IN PA ELECTION GO WEST HOPING REPEALSTOllTO STEM STRIKE State air ni an Martin Sees Decisive Success in Tcp1 Boiler Overthrow of Prohibition Forecast by Wet Lead ers Drys HAUHI3BURG Pil Nov ltUP Republicanism ivnci its principles will be uphold and decisive viclor lohnson and Wallace to Speak and Explain Re covery Plans Latter to Set Forth Prom ised Pricepegging ternatives Al WASHINGTON Nov Recovery Administrator Johnson in vaded I he middle west lo speak ior he NRA today Arrangements were Six States to Ballot on Rat ification of the Repeal Amendment Need Only Three But Far ley Expects All to Go on Wet Side The doom of the Eighteenth Amend ment and the experiment of na tional prohibition is expected to be i sealed at the polls tomorrow when i six states vote on the ratification of the twentyfirst repeal amendment I j The states are North and South Political followers of State Senator Carolina Pennsylvania Kentucky I John J McClure employed in the UjOhio and Utah i S Marshals office are giving the Needing only the approval of three i Delaware count tips on the tion before the Assistant U S District Michael J Stoney said today in Phil adelphia I received information on Satur day Stoney said that several past and present employes of the Mardry A code minimum fair for form aiiil vrllcrs iIViicil is i fiirm rrisis Mlution by live miduTst jjovrrnors who lew lo Washiiifilun for a confofcnrc with Shown iu ho liousc steps after ihrir parlry arc Irft to ilijlit Secretary of Asriciiltin o Ihnry Tldvornor Tom Ilcrry Sorlli Dakota Govrrnor AVilliaiu Ianger North Dakota flnvirnor Alfred Solnnrctriiiaii Wisconsin Iroixo Icck Ciovrnior Clyrtr L lloniiij Iowa rear Jovimor Iloyil 1 OlstJii Mlnmsoln ici for hiparty will bo recorded at t mucle for Secretary of Agriculture tomorrows iUctions General Kdward Wallace to by airplane for Iowa Miirtin Republican state chairman j to rederinc the administrations agri prodicteil today cultural recovery plans Inst mliiiito reports luive born of Ucsl by the farm strike and critl iin tiptlinislU nuturr Goiurul Mnrtin clsiu f his program for industry said In expressing confidence that President Roosevelt adopted the Piimsylvunias voiors will Klndogy of carrying the fight to the dornonslrau their traditional adlieri country Wallace and Johnson are IMICO to Hcpublican principles rankliiR government loaders rind Ho csprcssed his views in a pep I ministration spokosmcn hoped that letter to chairman and vicechair on firing line they could men of Republican county and city much to allay unrest THOUSANDS VIEW I STAMPEXHIBIT S Display Worth 8100000 Shown at Y M C A Building HENRY KLONOWEK Wnile it taxes counure in More than 5000 persons visited tip 1 postage stamp exhibition held in the i Y M C A building Seventh street and Edgmont avenue last Thursday Friday and Saturday The afluir i i which more than S100030 worth of I postage stamps were displayed was i i the fourth annual stamp show of tiv1 Chester Stamp Club Seventytwo exhibits consisting ol i i thousands of postage stamps from i all four corners of the world were j entered by Iccal collectors and 1 nuin ber of wellknown philatelisis Sev I era exhibits wcrc extremely rare and the items displayed were the only i ones of their kind known to stamp j collectors Ribbons were awarded to outstandi ing collections which n the opinion of a board of judges were considered I to be the best in their respective class A grand award signifying that the colle Taprooms Closed Election Day No boor can bo sold tomorrow election day tinder the provisions af the state beverage act According to announcement made by County Treasurer Wil liam L Diekel at Media today all taprooms and other places having beer licenses are required to stop I he sale of beer at mid night today The sale of bcrr mny bf resumed at midnight of elec tion day CUMMINS DIES A committees of tho slate Hi uiiud parly loaders to con has been a Biiirl I AcuiciiJ imi Vv portiuicc to our party ami i Association Tno ctnuUly is cculivc Shoots Self While 9R sUUc llf i Ppmivlvrmui Scaled at His Desk Charles A Cummins 58 of Sycamore street secretary of the Commercial Buildinp and Loan Asso Johnson scheduled seven addresses starting today In Chicago He planned tinue llirir uiinmlttini and vigorous n but adverse weather forced work until the closing of the polls to take i ruin late yesterday so thnt results of this election will Assistant Secretary nf Labor Me VRive conclusive evidence that Pcnni Grsuly accompanied him fivivaniu stands as the bulwark of Wallaces trip will be mndc for Ilia year of vnst 1m Iulosc of addressing lhc Iowa legis and later a mass meeting of walchlii ftlmers DCS Monies coliseum Ho is set forth the adminis tral ions to JHicC L ill I1H IlitC Uljril iLHULl i among the Republican states and led rejected Saturday after last November in majority for the l vns by a committee of national ticket All over the nation Republicans lire looking to us as a In Iho movement for straight five Governors These alternatives include a newlyannounced plan to purchase 30DOOOO hogs for relief dis tributipn and benefit payments on for acreage SPIT AT lifnp iiS I i the cha r Ul 11 nJU N Y 1 MlU governors went home without won approval of a singlo left with a parting demand that dis tillers toe required by codes to uso American grains in the manufacture American Federation of Labor survey Operation ley 1 IUJ i f iUUrlliUlLUV 11 Postmaster General James A FarI thls of economic upset to spend j was th t CJV y who has led the assault of the monc5 for and school j Uon was won by Philadelphia wh i plcte collection c j velopestamps Mr Emmert has been l collecting postage stamps for 64 years reign made a against thc final appeal to the nation at large andthcsix voting states iiv particular ii a public ad S n U TT A U A i TlAl H 11ULJJ shals office who are connected with McClures organization have been keeping him inlorined daily of the various phases being investigated by the Grand Jury The special Federal Grand Jury has been hearing testimony regarding intimidation of government wit nesses perjury and attempted jury tampering Stoney declined to identify the Tammanys first defeat in many years i taken several into custody The Grand William Einmert of I Philadelphia who exhibited a comJ Continued on Page Twelve j pcte coUcctioll of Uniled statcs cn VANCOUVER B C Nov Texas Guinan worldfamous night club hostess whose hello sucker salutation was a byword in Amcri vhieirit was awarded can nisht life died here yesterday on thc iiODr entered in the cxhibi dress last night A repeal victory TnfriT Tl PARTI PARTV would mean a victory for sanity I CiliVjj i fi IY j j The issue of machine politics and of I municipal ownership of power plants A card party was given by the John also will be settled at the polls toRoach Temple No 6i Order of United i judges were presented with a special and is onc of the oldest philatelists i Jn thc United States At a banquet served at thc Chester i Club Saturday evening each of the ciiHion died a Miiculc this mormni p1Tcictlons that Pennsylvania He shot himself in the head ns ho vots ol lhc ovclthrow of pro sat at oHice in the bv a margin ot at least Crozvr Building Jifth and Market lo 01j0 wfrc iy wct stiectii pls on cve body wns found seated ury forces which huve nuufr an i before his desk with a intensive but quiet campaign 32 calibre revolver the weapon used repeal were noncommittal j to end his life clutched in his right i rrgardiui lhc outcome of the fight thand when his stenographer Miss Governor Gifford Ptnehot slavmch 1 Cecelia Sweeney of 1312 Eleventh prohibition supporter admitted Fails to SurVIVC succt Eddystone unlocked the door that thc state likely would i after n oclock this mornim 0in For a week IIP has I cr Iho purpose of starting her days wiul legislative leadi lastly of 1nnS IOr U1C i rtcSiouIn Postmaster General James A Far y bolstered the wet cause with a al in Philadelphia Snt lo voters to end tho terror His declaration tik the saloon can never come Wncn n was ICUKMX hat Mr w nUlkcd lodny by Rev Cummins hud shot himself n telej Dr Homcr w Topc stntc supcrin phonc call was made to police head ndtnl of lhe AntiSaloon League quarters and DetectiveCharles Hanij Th0 salacm is back Dr Tope man wa3 aligned to thccasc t d ndclccl Frightened by the her employers distorted features Miss Sweeney screamed and ran from the office Her cries were heard by employes In other offices who ran to her awiat ribbon in appreciation of hb service The committee in charge of the ex morrow New York City elects a Americans at the lodge room in the new mayor after a hectic campaign Nolan Kail 520 Market srcct re in which Tammany Hall was chal centv Th successful players included i hibition was Charles A Cummins lenged by two antiboss candidates i McKniff Mrs N Harry A Lee Dr Walter E Egbert B Cohen Mary i William Gibson George Hibbert and was generally predicted Wright Grace Pike Florence Me James H Baxter The judges were San Francisco Nashville Cincinj Levee Anna Miller Rose Childs C Clarence W Brazer Waiter Bush nati Salt Lake City Youngstown and Bikyhaus Mrs M Gcodchilds Hazel Continued on Patrc Two trial involving Continued on Page Fourteen that paid S25 a week protection for his still said he was raided later by to see Lawyer Peck Ethel Smith Ellen Sampson Mrs B Ferguson M Rothwell Mabel ClinefT Stella Knox Mrs W CAV ALR1 OFFICER Turk tod me it tI Defense counsel objected to the testimony After a whispered confer ence with the Judge George A Welsh permittedhirn to continue Turk told me Schwartz said that he had to pay Judges Prone field and Broomall S250 each and Judge MacDade SoCO Chief of County Detectives Nick Smith and two county detectives Mike Trestrail and Jimmy Meli each JudgeWelsh ScluvarU and addressed the jury In fairness to these three judges he said it should be borne in mind may not have this agreement or ofthis conversation the witness testified he had with Turk You may believe or disbelieve that Turk told thc witness what he has testified but there is nothing in his conversation DEATH STALKS 1 11 0 1 T ATTinnnT Mrs R j LOVERS QU AKREL 13 TlCl J Ui Girl Killed When Hurled i inon J Graden Mrs M Squibb Mrs O Shay Ethel Barr L Miller Erma Knos Helen Fulmcr Mrs L Lambert Sarah Larson MIT B Davis Gooby L Bcale Fred Todd VISITS HIS PARENTS Major Terrill E Price United States Cavalry son of Major GE i Ham G Wil IXTH Wright L Starkey Edward Miller t f j d t jn ithe a recent Thc federation said that an increase of six per cent in wages had been nullified by an iia per cent increase in living cost Of the monetary pro gram the federation said it would be difficult to drop the dollar enough to restore the 192R farm price level With the dollar now 33li cents to Coiiliiiuctl on iporvvnk KfjOJ UiMJ H TWO Al 1U L U V that Twelve liquor traffic were I If the traffic cannot be stamped Soul it cannot be effectively regulated j he said This business has always defied Continued on Page Fourteen FORD PLANlSTARf S LAYOFF SYSTEM TJ S TREASURY BALANCK WASHINGTON Thc Treasury net Nov UP1 balance for No vembcr 3 S13808980013tl Mis DEARBORN Mich Nov UP A syaicm of rotating employment in which 9000 men will be off thc payroll and idle each week went Into effect at the Ford Motor Company today It represented Henry Fords method of compliance with the maximum TEXAS GUINAN ClinefT that they may or known anything of 7Ynm Auln it Carter Edward Shay nrmuuu j Kerlin Treets liom Shick Ethvard Ashbridgc MOJO hasbccn ordered bv Can Benjamin Lister Mrs oimcii j tho War Department to assume his after rn operation for colitis an Jones C Schukrafl ana iV1 Duties ns instructor of cavalry of the abdominal ailment Pennsylvania National Guard with Dsath calllc at 830 a m in an headquarters m me central section of obselrc hospital here following a the state coma which lasted twelve hours SJTIIT FV Never at loss for words Tex rOSTMAbLKb OAK STOLEN aj WM An automobile owned by Postmaster thousands wherever the bright 1 Thomas Kelly 830 Lincoln avenue i lights shown was unable to give Around Curve Stark tragedy met a young couple at the Elwyn Bridge early yesterday morning when Margaret Lyons pretty 23year old Rockdalc resident was catapulted from the car of her sweet heart Albert Pinkerton 32 of Grady ville when it swung around a curve when the two were returning home j District fire companies responded i to two alarms Saturday and exling i ulshcd lire1which caused only iri IhnK dampgr The first alarm at 1150 a in was i turned in from Box 125 located at Eighth and Calclwell streets Work i men repairing thc roof of a house j xnvprnbrr 1 wcrc S4 in thc neighborhood had heated lNovemUC I their tar pot in a vacant field over I a wood fire The flames ignited thc 1 contents of the pot and threatened to spread to a nearby garage The i burning tar was extinguished within a few moments with chemicals I Crews and apparatus wcrc called iout asnin shortly after 6 p m bv an T TVT i i i alarm turned in from Box 123 at i LlCllt PelcrSOn Is Named 3ahour week maximum provided un j Sivcnth and Potter streets The fire occurred in the rear shod of a dwel ling at 610 Morton avenue and was fniicklv extinguished Ilic walls and internal revenue receipt f provision 1n lhc NRA that dny wcrc 5999708090 Customs aulomobilc codil It wcnt into EfTect for the month thiough despij0 lc administrations offer to SlJ 1181110 make a special exemption permitting continued employment of the entire Ford working force which has been working an average of 40 hours a week Instead of cutting down the work day of each employe Ford has di rected that the present work days be continued To balance this with tho ARMISTICE DAY PLANS COMPLETE Parade Marshal Com mittee Members Aides rcr the code employes in croups of OOOO will be given a layoff NEGRO PRI JIFACESOLDCHARGE the floor of damaged the shed wrra slightly from a party in Media As a result her fall Miss Lyons known as of Peg sustained skull an injury a fracture of which caused thc her death within an hour at the Media wncnitni 1 HI iXHllCV 1 ai K Ti T Tr 7 corner ot rcntn ana ijincoi Rearrestcd as He Leaves jprcspcct Park Saturday Jersey Prison I Prospect Park was stolen from the j farewell message to the corner of Tenth and Lincoln avenue influence sho served so spnerc n EATH CLAIM AAG j inaugralion o the layoff system was viewed here ns a renewal of con Lieutenant Henrv L Peterson of j ct bctvvcn the automobile magnate Company C Ultli Infantry and a j and General Johnson member of Stevenson Post No 100 American Lesion has been appointed grand marshal of the Armistice Day cs the c ele bra dcdcauon firiipi Continued on tajc Fourteen HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY Dy United rrcss Hospital The man and the girl close friends for more than eight years were driv Living up to their reputation to ing from Media to Rockdalc when a their man even if il takes years j friendly argument ensued about a to do so Ridley Park police on Sat prcvious altercation between them urdpy cleared up an alleged forged that evening Ill get out and t check job which occurred in Febru j walk thc girl is said to have re ary 1D30 with the arrest of Ernest j marked Pinkerton did not her i Davis alias Wilkins alirs Wilkinson seriously and swung his car around j Negro who is now in Media jail in the curve at the Elwyn Bridge only default of S100Q bail on charges of evcningi Shortly before 11 oclock Snturdiiv nf fnnnlv rnurf ithc committce represents about 10 oclock Thc robberv was night she tried to speak her last i OJ VOUl IS each of the organizations k police i lines but they wcrc incoherent as Had HcCH 111 MatlV Weeks milUavy nti clvlc wn yesterday she struggled in the throes of death i i m ronionici reported to Prospect Par The car was recovered morning by Patrolmen Andre w Clothierof the Norwood polic force and returned to the owner Doctors had held out hop tor i Continued on Tape Two i tho hearing on their demands from the Ford management In the absence of Chairman Wag ner thc board was unable to consider the matter immediately RAIN TO CONTINUE IN AREA TODAY AT LATONIA lSt Narairc Eil Weir Kievcite the roadway The arrest was made by Chief of He hurried back to pick her up i Police Raymond W Sakers of Ridley and found another man William E Park as the result of some clever Albright of Washington street j detective work as Davis stepped from Chester who had been following close Uhe SLate Reformatory at Rahway behind placing the unconscious form i N J where he had been doing a SLAIN BY MAN I EDUCATION WEEK HE BEFRIENDED BEING OBSERVED j Roomer in Penn St House Special Programs Will Shot During Argument i Mark Sessions in Public Killer Surrenders IM Penn street was shot and killed i observed in the ptiblic school ihrouih Ballyhoo Jodie K El Kecreo Miss j in his car in which he raced to the stretch for grand larceny X Conlan Jack Murphy i Media Hospital There she was placed I On February 23 1930 Davis who wcck Donna Bnrona Busy upon the operating table while Pink lived in the 500 block West Rodgersbs miin llc a WCCK a0u Schools of Nation musical ill have a Resident Of Collinirdalc AL thc monlinE cxcrcises in the jnMUviuui vuiniiurtic i Ilnmnculntc Hcart cemetery a vct i crvn of many years ago will join with Mrf Clara A Gorton inn Iron of the veterans of thc World War in the Delaware county courts for the the exercises Patrick Cassidy one j Rain is the forecast for todav in past and widely known ns j of the few remaining members of the i Eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey public died early ycstcrLG A R who will be the grand marJ Delaware and Maryland There may dny mnrninn at hr home 116 Ches shal for the West End celebration j be snow in Northern Pennsylvania tcr pike Coliincdalc where she had scrvinc in an honorary capacity Fair and somewhat warmer Is tomor resided for nrarly 35 years I Colonel Fred Taylor Pusey proml rows forecast Mrs Gorton who was in her ncnt among the active olliccrs of the rntvthiid ciicd of pneumonia Pennsylvania National Guard and a which fnilowrd an apparently sueI war veteran will be present during the lowest was 32 at 8 a with the recovery from an operation the day and will be among the j average of 37 thirteen degrees below both the morning and 1 normal The highest temperature ercises lever recorded here on November 5 returned to her home ssveral I Plans have been somewhat changed i was 69 in 1903 and the lowest was 26 The highest temperature here yes terday was 42 degrees at 4 p m and t bni U I A 17 ii l 1 Lli J LIlU it H for nppiKlifitis performed at Taylor i speakers at HopUiil Ridey Park September 10 i afternoon wrrk aro rnd was convalescing havi concerning the layout of the in 1879 Charles Marriott 59 a roomer at American Education Week is being in to thc seashore for a brief j mental plot at Thirteenth street and Sunrise today was at a after her return Complies Providence avenue and in place of a and sunset will be at p to continue to November and 12 with Spain Betty Wee Wise Dream i erton turned back to Rockdale to street Ridley Park according to pojThc shooting took place in Aiarnous spscjai oducationa programs Inflian Salute Tendril Fannie bring Mrs Agnes OBrien her sister lice forged thc name of Charles room latr Saturday nisht ored by the American Lesion Ihr ions resulted ruin last week pneu monia developed resulting in her death at a m yesterday Mrs Gorton who was he daueh masonry coping to go about the plot there will be an iron fencr which is now being installed With the paint ing of the memorial gun and the iron Eastern Standard Time m m Lou Elnisc Marie George Tnlly Ronald Sally Van Precious IMaid Morris K Refund Tones Algeria Frank Or niont Palsycllc J Trcr Hndacal Pnrlh Cara Donius Princess Octa Just Ruck Sir Anthony Sweet Ta Weather cloudy Irark sloppy AT ARLINGTON DOWNS Espa S Tournament FayeUc Prince Lass S Knyal Treasure Blondcll Weather cloudy track heavy Continued on Information For Voters Concerning Repeal Ballot slayer Thomas United States Office of Education and Cnntimiert on Page Twelve Dooney alias Jnmes Grtllaghcr 26 a the National Education Association seaman surrendered to police three j The central theme for thc wees is hours after the shooting walking intoMcetiig the Emergency of police station and exclaiming Lock jpn i all PaiVntTcneiwT policj court this inonung Dooney A Ward iii held without bail to await the bjiniritlr to thc attention of the i Thc confessed police me up I just killed a man jn this city Arraigned on murder charge bei gloul Continued on Papr Fourteen Continued on Page Voters of All Parties Ready For the Election Tomorrow CAR OCCUPANTS ESCAPE INJURIES action of ihc coroners jurj Thc alleged slayer interrogated poi arid pupils the aims and puri o the week In each of the vcsicrcay by Assistant Disinct Aitoi jlnu cHilv mcetlncs rive1 Every voter interested in thc future Tied by conventions in threefourths ncv A Bloom Polic rVrd ipriTll the iVuont in ih mils aHnl hB tamo of the several state tcndcn James H Davenport and i a time set ballot not of tho nation will be faced row with thc necessity of voting cither Automobiles driven by Joseph Ward 3ji Rose street this city and William Fiugcrald 114 Holland street Lciperville figured in a collision on Failview road between Chester piks nnd MacDade boulevard yesterday at p m The occupants of the ears were uninjured but Wards i automobile was damaged Thc drivers i will appear before Justice of the Pcacn Voters of unaware county will RO the field in practically every munici Raymond Hood at FoLsom tonight AT PIMLICO tomorrow lo cast their pality In some of thc borouphs thore i nc fa t iieacnr KIULIIM win n miii w nui only for county bor are three cornered fiphts by the r i uri lwvnfihp omccs1L ustlof precmptcd IM Eighteenth Amendment to thc Con1 ment of the Constitution of thc I to have made a complete tioi Ktitiitimi of the United States as tho Unitprf is hMphv renrnlrd Ui trnriinrr nn 10 ouai ivociuiun hearing In favor or against the repeal of the Section 1 The article itself reads stitulion of the United States as the j United States is hereby repealed and described conditions leading up proposed amendments to the Stale i Constitution a referendum on legal best solution to onc of the greatest Section 2 The transportation or imj u the argument and ital shooting1 problems ever to face the country and portatton into any state territory or I Dooncy said he arrived in this city pioups 7 a the Election eve prophesies were made over the weekend by leaders of the i Weather C Edwin I major political parties u toAvin i Nov Hunter chairman of the Republican I Pcnnsyl party declared that his party would rair tnni h and Tuesdilv tx without doubt win by its usual ma Fillc Steel Rustic Lady Weather clear Irick sloppy by the j izinc Sunday sports and the repeal the Central i of the Eighteenth Amendment HiThf joint region contained J KS tnejwunout oouo wn oy UM1B1 rrpt nht rain Tucsdy tlvcons itutlonal convcntton ballo liQUors in v ioAuon ol he Hw il i met Mir ioU la cr together at the sessions i covnSy where in each votmg precinct jority Other Republicans came out j ncir lakkc Erie sonlcwhai read as follows an i hereby Sec io 3 or him af his SmroMn house and i The prrjram of dally topics as set the voting machines will used or j riermitely with ngure rngmg from warncr Tucsdnj amendment to he Constitution of it nn iov un for tluweek is as everything but die voe on the 1000 to 20000 majoiuj ihe ECU Xpn Unitcd States Resolved by thc ale and House of Representatives the United States of America in Con1 conventions in thc several states rn i Lncl Friday night Dooncv met a support n me BCIIOOIS vuumy ll assembled two thirds of eanh moviriM in th rrwistitniinn wlibin i nniro What Citizens May Do to Protect those of sheriff coutrollci piothono numbe I iQilSC COIlCVll 1 lllff l nCl 111 inC v vn L vjm vin oiiiy i ill wil m t t 11 u i uuni ivm and School Cooperation Friday Tho mifsioner and director of the poor Salur Fur the first lime in many years i New Jersey anrl eastern Pcnnsyl Ji Amendment eral guess 01 those who have leanings 1 CJoudv lmiiKM Tuesday fair Is be used toward the party m power however m rj in tetnnrature o voted for arc rrttlcs on 15003 as the nsm5 lcl lowing article is hereby proposed as mission hereof lo the states by Con learned of thwomans presence a an amendment I o the Constitution of gress I tried to gst into Dooneys room the Unitcd State wlvch shall valid to all intents and purposes as part of the Constitution when rati but Cooperation Schools and Hcconst ruction iry comj cans will poll above the Democratic total Nathan P Pechln Democratic L an iriCCl IO 1I1LU UUOUCVS lOJIll Ollt oiiiuvjir in1 nr Special instructions to thc voters I Dooney refused to permit him This day The Schools and Loyally to lhc Demorrats will p ay an impoiUiU chairman and candidate for ho o I M rtj l tin ifrlt Q11 ri f rtlVIl 11 I 1 Continued on Page Fourteen I I the Nation Sunday Safeguarding i vole in bovonph and towniiip elcc Continucd on Page Tivclvc i Character Essentials I tions having placed full tickets in Continvicrt on Page Fourteen TO TEMPSRATUJ 6 p 3S 11 n m 7 38 Noon fi a 40 1 p m 9 a 42 2 p m 10 a 42 4S 43 12 ii   

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