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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - November 11, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              WHAT PRICE PEACE1 rr p FINAL EDITION Vr With All Latet and Best News of the Day 58T1I 17747 Daily Leased Wire of United Press UP niul Iiurriinltonal Service INS CliKoTICH PA SATURDAY NOVKMIJKK 11 1m TWENTY IACtfS PRICK TWO CENTS PARIS HONORS UNKNOWN ON ARMISTICE DAY 15th Anniversary Marked by Tramp of Army Boots and Gun Rumble COUNTED OUT Observes Day More Appre hensive Than Threatenj ing of 19 Years Ago Roosevelt Pays Honor To Unknown U S Soldier WASHINGTON Nov 11 In i tli5 presence oJ several thousand solemn Armistice Day spectators j President Roosevelt today bowed in i homage before the tomb of the Unj known Soldier at Arlington cemetery leading the nation in tribute to Amer icas war dead i The ceremony in the wind swept amphitheater was simple but impres sive The President stood for two min iFEDERAL COURT HERE BACKED IN MARKS ARMISTICE ASSEMBLY CALL D A Y MEMORY DISCLOSING STOCK DEALS AT SENATE INQUIRY Pinchol Mentions U as Construction Proposal in Affond a Covcrnmenl Pauses in Tes timony Against County Croup Long Session Seen by Ob U S Agents Toll of Probe servers May Last Three i John Gravson Relates ItlClIT How Marry I Sinclair urn u few nllur diiTcturs of hiSinclair InnMiliilateil Oil uncle inorr lliui SUOOOOIIO in ncl profit without puilitiK P any real money was ilisiloMil lufonr hiSenate Minikins CommUtii ly Arlhur Cullcn Chicago stiHU and Brain opera I or Cultiii piclintil line ilurins tinhriirluj was manager nf the SliUair syiulicati Months HARRISBURG Pa Nov far sweeping wns governor Pinchots legislative proclamation that political observers foresaw today i at least three months of activity for j tiie extraordinary session of the Gcnral Assembly j In setting forth the subjects lo be considered luthe legislative bodies i the governor lislodihcm in 13 para graphs But in liie second and third parngluiphs alone he listed enough alternatives for many days of legisfa live wrangling Especially was this true of his pro posals for the immediate use of tax money from liquor and of profits from his proposed state operated stores Old aye pensions one of the most highly controversial subjects for Craft Pavmcnls But these must follow the Judge Welsh stopped UIG J Thomas McNerny who made a tltcs before the tomb At his side in campaign for alderman hi New silence also stood Captain Walter N I Vcrkwas sllrc r nnc vntc Veronu his Aft tain in the of pink chrysanthemums from thc hands of a grizzled army sergeant j Veronu then placed the wreath on he plain white marble tomb of the unknown war hero A bouquet of yellow chrysanthe mums then was presented Mrs velt and she in turned placed them at the foot of the tomb Edward A Hayes national com mander of the American Legion 1 KcSitlCIltS Ot PlOSpCCt Park Several conferences beween Gov issucd a plea to forget personal ri i T t ernor Pinchot ind Rcpubiican prejudices political affiliations ami t and Kltllcy Park Protest le ders t undeCood individual grudges and banish this l ihpve resulted Vn more or n 111 depression from our land i ASSCSSTOCnlS agreement on the lkmor control Ie3 Speaking in the huge amphitheater so far as state stores and It Is to conccifthat if the1 Assessment notices scat out yesterliquor distribution are concerned Unknownsoldier were brought back to owners in the bor Vet and dry eaders also have met to life he would devote his entire ough of Glenoldcn by William H Liu cle Ins disc sseril bv energies at this time in cooperating Sparks assessor started a tide of uiscussca QJ Judge Gordon Congratulated On His 78ih Birthday Judge Georjc A Welsh tlm morning in Federal Court called Judge James J Gordon Sr sen id member of counsel for alleged consiiirators of the ware comity rum rinir to ilubar following a recess called while a paradeof World War passed the Federal Building in ob servance of Armistice1 Day and heartily congratulated him his 73th birthday In lory speech toJudge Gordon Judge Welsh remarked to tlvj ucd jurist how well lit looked on his 73th birthday and JudRo Gordon told Judge Welsh how line he felt TIMES FIGURES COMPARE WITH VOTESTABULATED Ballots Cast in 28 Pre cincts Officially Counted Few Changes Noted Tabulation of County Vote to Date Jives Pechin Slight Lead Over Price The work of oluciully tabulating Ilu vote of Tuesdays election proceeded lowly at Media yesterday 1 morn precincts beinr irandcd in addition lo nine on Thursday making a total nf LH precincts The total shrievalty vnlc in thu prccincls officially tubulated up tn Inst iivia total of 1701 votes for Nathan Pechin Democratic candidate and ICill for General William G Price lr lUpublican can wilmss toliii 1 dldaif u Democratic lead of 108 volis Thc vote ar it Is olllcally tabulitted lirT is a vnluiilary former rlialrmaii nf In limioirallr Nalimuil Commitkc is slinwn at tin Srnatf HanUiiijr anil irorii day to iluy is of precincts in llvj Curriiicy CommiHcc lirfnrr n liiih In cstllicil n sol j county outside Hie cily of Chvhter lie record straight nn i syndicate stncli account in which he and Alfred K Smith tii ipitiil H wits formed he rxplahicil In picviiit i i im on a New Ynrls liank after its prfsidcnt cimimittrd suiciilc WAITS WORD FROM HOME ution of liquor control legislation thc remind cvcrvoii that todav T IRE OF PROPERTY ON RECOGNITION OWNERS AROUSED on the Is on Ac ceptance of Demands Instructions Expected From Dictator Both Sides Silent on Parley i WASHINGTON Nov 1NS tllGNFlAthathe tests that threaten to reach a flood Continued on Pasc Ten brought the ylad lidinss Hint thc horrible World Wnr hud ended That message conveyed unfnundrd joy to thc civilized peoples of thc world Fifteen year1 have by we huvo learned much We now rc a different light and have a differ ent and better nnderstanciim if our fellowmen Let our hearls uo out lo the families of those who died on the battlefield and to th rurvi American recognition of Soviet vors of that great catastrophe let Russian today rcled in the hardi of us have for them that same Joseph Stalin the Soviet dictator 0 i A reply to a report cabled Moscow Eet us give a good thourht to that concerning the conversations with ealism of 15 ycrs ago We ned a i President Roosevelt and Secretary of ination of injustices brought about I SveVVhV their The body of a white man believed i now more than then State Hull was awaited by Maxim by tax exempt securities properties lastyear i to bo lha1 Maurice Luce about GO j Judge Welsh then rapped his gavel i Litvmov the Soviet foreign coin Haves speech contained criticism i Prooertv ownns alon the Chester was found in Chester on the desk and everyone rose and i of the government for its action in pike have beenbit the assss river opposite thc footwalk from the stood with bowed offering aj On the nature of this reply depends reducing compensation for disabled i merits many of which have been western section of Deshong drive in i silent prayer At thc conclusion of j Question ol American jle minutes prayer of respect Judge j Welsh said resumed his j hn cpnf flllrl rlnypn fn Hw rH home The report cabled Moscow by Lil vinov did not contain thc draft of RH tinderilanding for recognition On f LllctU LllltjaLkll tU illelki n liuuw VOrllillUCll Oil insist upon a sound American fiollar bv Moncjav November 20 the dav and varn our government to study sjt for appcais in the firehouse CORPSF OF AT AN carefully the oanger of inflation be prosnect Park iUvix fore embracing such a step that he Thc proncrtv owners resent the FOUND IN RiV would oemaiiQ an equitable increascd assessments which range tion of the tax burden and the dim anvwhere from 25 to 250 per cent veterans doubled and in one case the piopertv shP Creek woods yesterday the minutes pravar of respect Judge recognition would be extended the If he codld speak would the Un DanieT McGu4n has been i noon Welsh said resumed his Soviet regime before next Wecnes known Soldier approve of the sac increased to more than SloOOO above Discovery of tho bcdy lyini in the seat nnd court closed for the day day when Liivinov Hopes lo tail 101 rifices placed on the service the appraised valuation on which the lud of tne wcst of tl10 river Warren A Hecidens chief of tiie disabled veteran We say he would i taxeswere computed last vrar which had been exposed from lie special aaents in the 1000 P C Increase In Business of This Organization Picture if you can an industry over taking on 1000 in in builness This Kniiiids nn imiiossible feat but when the call suddenly came to our community o pivo service lo lum drccls of famiiics caiisht in tin1 naelitrom of unemployment relief Ihere existed in our community n service agency ready to answer That agency is the Chester llelirt and Family Welfare Association supported by the Welfare Federa tion of Chester and Vicinity With neatiuis and dispatch a place was rhosrn with the nmfsary equip ment to house the many activities in currying the program through state food orders by the hundred written daily fuel orders prepared visitors on call to the people in the community whose need for help and advice came in daily a place where our people discouraged lo the point of breakdown could come and confidentially relato their rase workrelief programs whereby our men showed tin splendid spirit of wanting to help themselves the center for dis tribution of shoes garden seeds reforestation work and l Piinoerntlo candidate will probably continue to lend in totals H is only when the labulaliou board slnrls to record Chester lhal UK lead will swing the other way bccause the county outside lha city was Uemocralic in its tola The olliciu Ilsurcs yesterday checked with compiled by llu Chester except in the toiirih tirccinct of ColhiHdiile Thn Times i table showed o7 for Price nml for i T no i HIT whereas the olllcial county Is AS ill I BV f01 illul tor rlU i This loss of three votes makes Tire HUnvout Is for Tragedy at I Park Last IMamed Cechins crniul total compared t lor Price Hiving Vehicle Beyond Hits Pole Under Arrest plurality accordinu lo his nnwi pupers unodicial tabulation Ycsterday JudKo Albert Dutton i MiicUud wlui is Bupervisini ths jolHrinl count ordered the clectiou board of the third prcdncl borough Pinlvnlo CoIinjdale In appear in court v IIMU ui Tlii return sheets of thl prceinct show an evident tmnsposl ilon of the liKiircK on the vottiif ma chine when the prills opened and when they closed Thc election bourd of the south wcitern prccincn Concord township niturirs at Prospcct has been summoned to appear Mon they count r nf 1 01 Two men liiUd and I wo others sufleiTd ininnr Park niRht when in automobile dny mQmini lf OXplain why in which they vvre riclins crashed failed to certify th machine into a polo at and Lincoln I m th close ofthe polls avenues about Chester pike The dead mvn ar I wo squares east of TjH first contist iiuidc it appear ance yesterday nfteriioon when a pe tition was presented to Judfia Mae Hayes asserted PARIS Nov 11 UP The tramp calTy n olrcr AssesMiicnts of properties on up face down at an exccp D C unit last niuht lii Knowlcs Scott Stewart prncii low tidr wns made by a nnri testified thai the slsnd WELFARE FUND i i Hackctt Democratic candidate for iUns inormtiR the acctdcnt happened i towhhlp commissioner IBS votes but r ri T the Democrats claim that Hackdtl rc i Ihe driver of I hi car James Ieely CLived 19 votes of Holmts sufTered severe I nepubliran candi tl LJU t x t j j 11 11 i lit in the bor pswcrby who no ified William which led up to the indietmnm md lh conirary u contained points on irirl of the cctnty mm this government insists In of rci in notified pf arny boos and the rumble of oiiih have tacsiv increased accordins i sir scant heavy guns past the unknown sol tothe property owners wav out of ncshon Paik m turn notified ordered by Col Amos for on rccor dicrs tomb expressed with poignant proportion to their value the police then DirccLoof Prohibition nition must a bnseci eloquence today the stale of Europes jjt how Ihe mthod in computing Deputy Coroner George White was K wns thc st viincs on the i Indications were that Litvmov wns mind on the fifteenth anniversary of the assessments reached is puz notified and removed thc body to his stand during the night and Armistice Day o uie owners and they arc not morgue at Third and Morris streets I More men under arms more and backward in saying that neither busij From the appearance of thc body better guns more terrible auxiliary ness prinicples or sound business when taken from the river it had of the ivck and wrs weapons than at any period in judgment could have entered into thc i teen in the water for more than a POUND RECEDES lory and more hatred and suspicion i computation month It was covered with a coatI TnT T r than Since the World War marked In the rasp of McOucnn iinriRr the inc of scJft muri tn a rienth of more I I A i asking for instruction concerning t some these points If Stalin iu Conlinucdan Tage Ten i tliorizcs Litvinov to concede the American viewpoint an understand since the World War marked in the case of McGugan under the i ing of scJft mud to a depth of more the day new assessment he will be compellad j than an inch which prevented the Europes elderly statesmen on j to pay double the amount he was features being recognized j whose word thc younger men would taxed last year Another argument Prom papers found in the pockets to battle expressed advanced by the taxpayers is that of the clothing IN LONDON MARKET Continued on Pace Ten go to battle expressed uctermmaj advanced by the taxpayers is that of the clothing at the morgue it i nn tion on platform and in Parliament never during the prst 15 yeava has learned that he a to have peace even if thors had to rea estate fallen to such a low lovel from hio wife Kitty in LONDON Nov 11 Sharp OFFERS improvement of the dollar in todays ii romo fjnarLors to British be a war to get it France and Belgium in themarket as it is today and this courts of Lackavrnna ccunty Th buying in altlcipaicn cf a debt payment December 15 100000 Fund Only Half Mel Workers Renew Their Efforts Despite the Armistice Day holiday POLICE CHIEF VANCE j Welfare Federation workers are con tinuing their solicitation for funds The yoal Is and the amount totaled ro far is short of that amount John Vance chief of police of Um cly oft duly on leave of absence Stumin of ihr Irospect favl police A fourth occupant of the car Prank Welsh 21 of Uutchlnson terrace Holmes who is homo on furlough plurality will bo wiped out The petition was signed by James IT Campion of Tip Foss avenue Orra M Hynson of C3 Harper ave jiiiie and Frank J Temple of G05 Continued on IKrr Ten Tllmcr avenue all of D rose I Hill K The vote for sheriff officially tabu riT CTTxm laCfl yesterday follows j township two m i Pechin 01 UKlli UlUbliMi j Upper Chichester township four i Price 353 Pechin 134 by Mayori Lower Chichester township Price by a margin There are twelve affiliate units In Under an order issued William Ward Jr storekeepers in the city who in kCLpin tlieir of IiirincrK open on Sundays were more i combined with retrenchment in date on which thc divorc proceed ent rnn who PPWCd before the Grand Jury Chester governed by the Sunday ho flrrnrn1 nfnrlv nil linpc nf ijflrl Vf irirrc rtmrnr3 IIT Auojior n tnlJ i L 1L liJl n r 1 lit 1 dfl nnn ttilnrl ClOSJllr lil W TiU i apprehensive than sines the German nearly all lines of business and re ings were started was August 0 armies threatened Paris 19 years ago duction in many cases of salaries and The man is described as heirs Germany was angrily defensive wages the majority of the residents about 5 feet n inches tali and weigh from yesterdays the pound re in the Federal Building Philadelphia 5100000 total cedcdto SaOfii and closed at E50T yesterday has made a denial that he fu consideration against alleged allied unfairness United Press dispatches from Ber lin forcast a heavy and perforce j unanimous vote in tomorrows Gcr man general election and plebiscite in support of Chancellor Adolph S 160 pound He had itray hair Continued nn Papc Ten j and brown eyrs The upper jaw lcplh Tiie picture of a hCAIIn IJACiv I woman is tattooed on his left forej arm j rcnch fanes at 81 51G closed at fit 1332 and of so tiled 01 til various organizations law Tin mayor has di rected that a squad patrol the city tomorrow as many complaints have MORRISTOWN Pa Nov Clewinsky W who S QUERY TO JOTonar TRUST tins city to evade accepting sum Tllis minimlm sum absolutely vital i bern rerrivcd from residents that cer to appear before tiie Federal to tontinuance of the excellent community work accomplished by Hitlers withdrawal from thc League scacfj a 30f0ot wall and escaped from of Nations and disarmament con tho Mnntgoncry county prison was ference uack in jail today of his own volition Germanys atitude was expressed He hnci just wnntcd to visit his by Hitler in a speech yesterday mother Mrs Josephine Clcwinskv he Germans arc not bootblacks for explained other nations Dispatches from various capitals give thc number of men tinder arms The total in Europe was more than 3500000 including Russia They POSTAL EMPLOYES LONDON Nov mons 10 appear before tiie Penernl to continuance of Ihe excellent Ilil1 stores arc bciiiR kepi open on body comiinmity work accomplished by Sunday Summon will be served on Mr Vance rays ho left Chester after mit tilc Omcialr arc worried i11 violators places are found being granted a leave of absence and usttal services performed will open war not aware hewas wanted to ap ic curtailed i I pear before the Jury his first knowl WOiild be a calamity one of i OliNTKItTKIT UJVinTltS Ho cdc that his presence wa desired 0m Federation leaders said todav 201 Pechin 3J3 Clifton Heights three Price HID Pechin 8fi3 Collliindale ifivo precincts counted nne in Prici 1011 Pechin ioa Cohvyn Price 317 Pechin 177 Concord itwo precincts counted one in question Pric Il0 Pechin MO i Darby borough one precinct j counted Price i6f Pechin 100 In spite of today bring ArmLslicn Day the tabulation board convened i at 10 oclock this morning and will Continued on Page Ten U S RULES ON BIDS BY FORD HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY United Tress day hours observance of the holiday thc tcday from Boston Mass in ballast Rccrnt heavy rains arc to and look on a cargo of motor parts Wifli Nl A customs office will be closed The have been for a large srcat the plants of thc Fore Company tt ILU pjovcs jn thc ntcrnal revenue dcion of Barclay street brlxvrrn Piftliifoot of Lloyd street and cleared Auto Cnrio Drrisinn on partmcnt were on duty between 9 and and Sixth starting to cave in The throtifih the customs office for South WUtU UUUMUll j discovery was made yesterday by American porus via New York licht rain tonight or tomorrow morn and it will be colder tomorrow AT IUIIICO XonrK lacUsnn Sir Tobry Homtin tracts under the 1000 Truck Sale WASHINGTON Nov 11 i Kcnry Ford will have to xompiy with i Ihe automobile code if theFord Motor gTI JSJJ u All banks in this city and the office Patrolman Martin who reported the of the Delaware County Chamber of condition of thc street to polic head the American jnotorship Sun Oil Commerce are closed inobservance of Quarters Thc report was relayed to Captain T DERAL PROJECTS FUNDS ALLOTED Havana Officials H c a r i n sr s to the day Co expects to get any Federal con he highway department and men were at once dispatched lo the locality to make rcnairs Clenrance papers were issued for i n motorship Sun Oil Three Delaware county I Truilt which cleared lies will benefit by the allotment of with a cargo of gasoline in bulk from 516078675 of thc public works funds I Leaders of Uprising the plant of the Sim Oil Company Marcus Kool for Los Ansclc Cal to the construction Hujli Forceful Dona Duicin My Kind light Mamas Cliniro Meathcr cloudy track fast IT TTOR AVvHTLF u i Wiv v M imiu AT LATOXIA Iolvos Pride Omel TJolcltr nriglit Melody Viliify Kquipmcnt Spil Fawn Tonp Cjay Joy Miss LuU Sky Lad Horder Patrnl IJUIc Valley M TPV Ircdiirl Clirrry timr Tancnar Gilhcrl Flston Sky Haven Frank Ormont terms of two de II announced today by J R Me Carl comptroller general i First of these decisions addrcs ed Mayor William Ward Jr has to thc secretary of agriculture sued orders to the poiica prohibiting j volvcd the purchase of 100 trucks for j the playing of Sunday football in this j i the Civilian Conservation Corps A bid city until Ihe passage of an orcii i wns entered by thc Northwest Motor nance now contemplated becomes n r rM i Co of Bathcsda Md which certified law LlCpObltOVS Of ClOSCCl that it had complied with the NRA This became known yesterday when but had no authority to make any the Mayor issued an order to James statement respecting the H Dcavrnporl superintendent of po turer i lice advisins him that all applicants Thc Qtiction was whether the Ford for Sunday sports should be advised BANK PLANS WAR MEMORIAL ARE CONSIDERED IS DEDICATED of of 231 projects twentysix of which i will be in communities in ihLs slate i inurtia of 31 In provision clauses stress was laid inauUratcd company by not signifying of thc order assent to the moor code barred ac In explanation Mei Impressive Armistice Day St Institution Seek to Save Assets j Definite plans for the orrinniini of the edict the of new banks in he Medin and re of CwunnnyR bd rmcAiion in mind wiirJicr ihc McCari ruled tlicre is nothing in voiirs last Tuesday invaMcialcd th Onf of thelargest Armistice pnrnl in recent years in thc wr STATE FIRKMENS cin Tftion of ilic cily and code rrq Dream Kathryn Puma Wbv Mask Dusky Iass Trek 5 Linda Little Connelly I Highland Vlinp pro Bii77y Boo Fiat Rock Weather cloudy track fast AT ARLINGTON DOWNS Saxon Iady Play Qualrc Uras II Water Tiftnpj Weather cloudy track fast and is binding on all vhstner signers or not Failure of the Ford Company to sitn therefore decs not that it will observe thc but McCari ruled that thorc an indc i pendent status between manufac Korlhwest Motor citys chief exectiiive snys hero is a Hixtymnih Strcrl area made last by and de positors of Ihe clorcd ninlli Strrct Till PIKI Tnrt Com pany At an overflow iiieting of of rpproxtmatciy ICvl in U Mens relics of tho World Wnr CHibhoiuo in Media V Oilpin Rob thc mrriory of thc men who fouchi anyoii o sinn it that when the code was adopted ticipatinn it became the law for the miine those in Sunday before par of lower DoJawirj coimy an Armistice Day procvniu tivs iiiorning in a bcauiifil ston guarded by two mortT i the riiy concerns rn ordinance arc liable to arrcs AN APPEAL FOK STOVKS CUBA REBELS The hitihcst temperature here yes terday was degrees at a m and the lowest was 3fi at 8 p m Thi avcrane of 38 was ten degrees below normal for the date and sixteen dc j grees below the average November 10 year Maximum tnmpcrnturc for l the date is 63 established in 1D02 HAVANA Nov II UPi Court and minimum 30 in 1914 iir cups ivliels today Sunrise today was at n m ip policy of iron rcpres and sunset will bo at443 p in of revolt by he Grau San Marj Eastern Standard Time of sjocd appearance and utility covernmein raihcr than of ornatn construction1 Then I res were closed by official or STAnniNG AFFRAY which would unnecessarily raise the icit Hnipfis and soldiers roamed the construction expenses Efforts will be streets townsfolk were warned to Robert 34 Negro of Flower marie to use local materials where indoors jStieet was rcatcd at the Cnsstrr available i Presidint Ramon Gran San Martin i Hospital early this morning for a stab The towns of Delaware coiintv thnt warned Cuban newspapermen not to wound of the chrst and a laceration publish antiBOVcrnment articles I of his rigli firm injuries sustained Upper Dirbv I of 4 survivini nir corps men i when he wa stabbed by nn tmknown which will receive for Thursday revolt three face struction Swarthmore SG7550 from six to Tho injured man tola the police Haverford i imprisonment who wer uotified that h Snipinp sprrad to other cities See Hwnkrned this morninc shortly jrctary of Public Works Gusiavn 1 oclock by someone knockinc at iha i rrno lislrcs escanrd assassination by front door nf his He wjio tirrd at his Three Rijannrdr Pud two wrp arrrrled TS his Cliarlrr K Clark srcvolruy of tiie i There was no PemryKvnin Etpin Firemens Assoi G cans repressive policy bichri Ceremonies at Heart Cemetery fI A I 11 1 vivi 10 luij o tip iiospital by Clarence Wright a neighbor inson chairman of a renntly ap for llu1 principles of democracy wii in Wavne with The Weather pointed committee of stccXholdars of te V4V Itll at thc Immaculate Hcait IIU inq tl r UlHlint UlC JUC ican Chapter of is in nC lures and sales agencies or dealers as to warrant holding that the con ie Amcr l of two for the of two needy families beinp car ried on the Home Service Section roils Anyone who can donate the stoves should communicate with thc the closed bank outlined lo the as cemctciy in Limvood scmbled depositors and creditors the Thc unite of thc parade which i plans which are boins drawn up for Conned at Fourth and Wilson streets the formation of the new institution VTS wcst on Third street to Clayton As the plan is now a commit tee street and thence to the Post of Hires depositors will be named by Mr Robinson to act in conjunc tury of Progress Exposition in Chi Ue desired Opposition elements cnmpririu a political parties remained firmly tract provisions relate only to thc t motov vehicle retail trade 1Homs Srctlovi executives othr vords the Norihwcst Mo AVILL BROACUAST GAME tor Company is not relieved from ijnibihy under tho code for the The P M CDelaware fonball ttirlaiion of the of th closed fill were drawn tip in a riv The tvrarnry net balance for Nov tion with the present committee of live stockholder shares of a lilsc of stcc in thn proposed will sell cv share the liq to Limvoof and to the Iinmaculatc Heart cemetery where tho exercise bsiiin shortly before 11 oclock Units which loo part in the coor AVASH INGTON Nov Irp The weather forcast cnso III and was a patient in a against him Astern Uiin in hospital there for two weeks before Identificaiion of the dead in iir or snow in north he was removed to his home Atarcs fortress lishtinpr coiHinucd tonight prohalily clemne Mr Clark is a former president ofOne body taken out wns thut of a Sunday mcrnins Somewhat warmer and it wns learned that at tonisiit slightly colder Sunday in women were amonff the de smith portion I Ncv Liirht rain tonight VTS west oi imra sircei 10 Mr Clark is a former president of One body ta street and thence to the Post loia Radnor Firc Company and forwoman and tnrough irancr and Mfttcus mirsha of the Dclaleast six won County Firemens Association U S TKEASUKV UALANCE WASHINGTON Nov q trade and provisions ol fame to b played iu Convention Hail cMabljriinnrni will be by ruar abou the edge of n S13onino2fi8i4 Miscellaneous snd deposils in the ih the ceurict in rvcnt of th Atlanlic Citv will b broad I oi mrnufacvurors to fail in compiy ca t direct from the seashnve Ihrough old bank will consequently be l with tho code for the automobile i station WCAU The broadcast is industry j slated for 10 p m j Continued on rajrr Ten circle vhich surrounds the shad N PLACES uoiirro CAMDEN N J Nov llHNS Armed with and sholpins thri ma krd bandits early today held up hire place Sncludin probably clearing Sunday moniinp tonight slightly colder Sun ilny TODAYS intrvnnl revenu rccripn tna daytoday held up hire place Including fi a 10 P m A bugler from the Prmiwere S3821riOS6ft Custom receipts a restaurant opposite pnlicr 7 a m111 1 m i or Nov 9 were and escaped with loot R a m35 Noon Continued on Pajr Ten i 17233 1 totaling i 9 n m40   

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