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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - November 13, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              AND THAT DOESNT MfMJ SHOPPING FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Bent News of the Day 58TH 1778 Dallv Ijeiutcd Wirit of Untied Press and Intcrnntlcmnl News Service INS CHESTER PA MONDAY NOVKMKtlll II 19M EIGHTEEN PAGES PRICE TWO CENTS PENNA ASSEMBLY MEETS IN SPECIAL SESSION TODAY CORONER SETS DATE FOR INQUL GOVERNMENT IS 1 NEARING END OF RUM RING TRIAL CUBAN CITIZENS RUN FOR LIVES TO ESCAPE SHELLS Called to Order at Noon Primarily to Liquor Control Laws 36 Other Items However in Agenda Pinchot to Read His Message Week in McClure and White Granted Absence Leaves Coroner J Evans Schechle will con duct an inquest Wednesday after noon at 1 oclock in connection with the death of Walter Dalviel 21 and Roman Glenn Barrow 24 both of Holmes who were fatally injured last Friday nieht when an automobile in Expected to Conclude Tes I which they were passengers crashed rllllCt into a pole on Lincoln avenue in Prospect Park The car was driven by James Feeley of Holmes The inquest will be held at the Griffith funeral home at Norwood Funerals for both young men will be held tomorrow afternoon The rites for Dalziel will be held at the home of his parents Mr and Mrs George Dalziel at Third avenue and Amosland road Holmes Barrows funeral will be held at Ihe home of his mother Mrs Anna Wilson 16 This Philadelphia HARR1SBURG Pa Nov At the request of Senator Clarence J Bitckman Philadel phia the upper House today granted a one weeks leave of ab sence to Senator John J McClure Delaware county McClure is one of the defend ants in the Delaware county liquor conspiracy trial Another leave of absence will be requested for McClure it was ex plained if his trial has not ended next week Senator George Woodward Phil adelphia also wagiven a leave of absence from this weeks sessions In the House E P While chief clerk was given a 30day leave Sam Scott Denies Con stables Conspiracy Against Leaders Cedar avenue Holmes Interment will be in Newark Del Contentions of I lie defense counsel I hat have been injected into the fed ARMISTICE DAY IS FITTINGLY OBSERVED HERE eral trial since Its beginning that a conspiracy was formed among con victed constables in the county prison to build up the present case themselves against the leaders charged will the conduct of the countywide rum ring were shattered when a statement made by former Constable Samuel Scott was admitted as proper testimony by Judge Welsh in Federal Court in Philadelphia to day Over the objection of he defense m AT i rv i i i Judge Welsh permitted lo be intro IWO Memorials Dedicated iduccd ns evidence the stenographic of Tmnrncttivo P vmvicnc i notcs of a madeby Sam at JmpreSSIN C ClSCb iuci Seott before Judges Broomall and hv prune I MacDade on July 3 1931 on the day CICranS j when llc was sentenced to the counly lorn ing1 and Afternoon Parades Preceded Un veiling Ceremonies HARRISBURG N o v fell in the House at noon today mark ing the official opening of Pennsyl vanias 1933 Special Session of the General Assembly The Senate con vened at Governor Pinchots proclamation i comprising nearly two score subjects j many of themcontrovcrsial and left overs of the regular session lait winter was read Immediately thereafter the regular j legislative procedure got underway pending the appearance of the chief j fjfJi1 nvpriifrivp fnr rlpHvnrv nf His i J ll was revealed Ihal Ijrfore Judge j MacDade had parsed scnienc he had questioned Scoti as lo whether he hact any further final statement to j make before he received sentence Aci cording to the statement testified to by Scolt he then told the judges all Realization in complete form of a trie protection sc en c in ths 7 COUn H f He collection receiver and that the BOARD RESUMES OFFICIAL COUNT OF VOTES TODAY hockingof Returns From Various Precincts County Completed in Upper Darby Vote lives Price Temporary Lead for Sheriffs lob MAN IS KILLED POLICE SEEKING HITRUN AUTOIST Hody of Victim Is Found Uviiijjf Across Trolley Car Tracks at Broomall Bloodstained Handle of Automobile Door Found Near the Scone The ofllrial tabulation of six more precincts in a sinut seraion o the return bnard nt Media Saturday showed nn changes in comparison vilh the relurn of The vote U as inbulaled ivive Hifi voleTio General molorist A broken and bloodstained auto mobile door handle and a red lag from some umdent I lied check theve were he clues cm which police worked today to solve the death this i f Daniel Bradley 23 sou of a Phlln j delphia real csliUe opiraloi and res He is believed ic victim of a h William C Price Jrc Republican candidate and vofns lo Nalhau P Pochin Democrat U candidate This mornini Friink Hhodcs and About hours after young Brad Icy aUcmlod I he PainOhio Slalo football imn a party of his body I he head split open and the face badly lacerated w a s found a soldiers memorial at Thirteenth constablcs hacl bee on lnc wccklv i Routed from their homes liy sliol and shell iuhahitniils in Ilic vicinily of Torf Alares Havuia I He o involved County lorUiciMjvrs as troops leSaC V memonal composed ol I llerv iMee nlaeed unrm T R Johl and I7ATnnO David Meelian GERMAN VOTERS and i liom Iianliiijr the fort in an alUinpl lo rout rebels holding 11 urinR the latest uprising in which more ban 60 were killed and hundreds wounded smrmndcd th imvei led employed bxecutfve for delivery of his address before a joint meeting of both bodies j were held in thc i DSA1 Prosecutor Keyes handed the typed statement to Scott so lhat he could about 3 p m Speculation was rife j of mo re th in hous and i Jonn HK Scolt objected to i over details of the legislation the this procedure on the grounds of GOVERNMENT RAISES 1 ITS PRICE FOR COLDi WASHINGTON Nov T TI i nn TITWT Thn Kovcrnmctit today raised its I M A I 8 m Mill IS V price on newlymined American pold l lo onncR from the S3332 governor would ask legislators to en act to put his state liquor store system into effect Senator John J McClure Delaware now on trial in Philadelphia on charges of conspiracy to violate the national prohibition lav was absent Senator James J Coyne Allegheny under indictment for conspiracy to violate the election laws was in his seat Recovery billsin the Senate spon sored by the governor had to do chiefly with making operative in the state provisions of the NRA Importation of liquor into Penn sylvania except by state stores would spectators and participants in the w uh ilevel of Sattiidny The price was a i weekend advance of 13 cents an HOME LOANS IN BANKS PLANNED John K McDonouuli nuiueKUd tinI sprawled across the trolley tracks in mm lo name luce additional nemoj ll dtltolalc section near Broomall this civt miauls If watch the machines each to be on duly hoi judge MaiDad in formed thrill that ho had no county K The body was not Identified until early this morning more than 24 hours after it had been discovered authority ID make addilionnl appointi 7htIvctill11 n son of Michael menis bill that the nemocrats could i y reslaurmit at pav three more euanK i J Lancaster avenue Philadelphia Mr MiUduoiiKli then asked that Aft7 descriptions of ho he voter list bu checked Kainst iheimV1 cwspapcr Joseph Mc nmnber of votes shown on the return lj a ficilcl Bradley sheas and this plan was agreed Dclnl Coroner Hood ol by all parties Inleresled as a means 1 lcount PPer Darby of cheeking for any discrepancies iiueKtlKaUnn was ping or tweon the number of registered toltl wlUl Bnidley and he number of votes recorded The votes In seven precinct1 In Upper Darby wen tubulated this tnoniliiK showinn lR cast for Gen eral Price and 1131 for Mr Pechin n croup of friends at thc Unlvcr I sity of PennsylvaniaOhio State foot ball ri Afterward finmo Saturday afternoon at he old authorities l L HVl illttl 1111 1UI rtll itJCIlnt r brings the total of votes east in i Llc lms ijntl wointM1 precincts so far tabulated lo for lni il roadhouse In Prle and for Mr Pechin a lead abmil a mile wcsl ot of asfi for ihe Hepublican candidate c lalcr was found and danciiiK He said the until a late hour On Saturday theelection Ijnirdof cr ic third pieeinct Colllnpdnle bor national colors were raised to the full permitted both Keycs and Attorney i to be heard briefly were not the notes ial plot by James Desmond com Scott but were a tran mandcr of the American Legion Post scribec statement and therefore not 130 and was then lowered to the half i properv admissible i mast m token of respect to the war In cply lo thjs contenlion Mr dead As the sounds of the stirring 1 Kcyes said The sUtement was made i call died away another halyard was i by Scott himself He continued to I nraivTi hv Anno PT ToffprTpc i Favoring Nazis Win Reich Todays Washington price was 26 j ccnts above the world price set in 1 London today The London price today was 129 I shillings 1i pence off one shilling from Saturday On ihe basis of Ihe i Billion Assigned to Ten Stales New Chairman of Administration Says r ri IT i irom un tnc oasis ot tne T T iKcpcrctission lixpected oncaviy high exchange rate for the 1 1 cnnsylvaitia Included to iliic Internal Politics andS y co mse e contnue to r Drawn bjAnne K Jefteries president j explain that the statement was the OreigJl Policy of the Sergeant Post American the cloth fell irgeant Alfred Stevenson resulti of an age old le t o Legion Auxiliary and any English speaking country whereby BERLIN Nov flew through Germany today incnlej erling isiil4t this equivalent to S3319 an ounce j This reflected a dollar valued at J 6179 cents in gold as compared with G103 cents on Saturday Ijy VVULHU y l utiulu lit rat be forbidden by the proposed ordnances resplendent m a freshly CiKd the case of Robert Emmctt an I brauon of a victory su the polls for meosure c nn Biistenma lorth in ririshpatriot vho when heard beforeChancellor Aiiolpn Hitler and hisl fVirtri frnrTi 11 mxt L i Thn stores would be open daily be tween 9 a m and 3 p m except oil election days and legal holidays There would be no limit on the quan tity to be purchased by an individual the afternoon sunlight as a perpetual i guardian of the plot belonging vo Ihe 1Jlu memory of those who made the su seven on internal tona wihed BOARD TO HEAR APPEALS i i T Convert Obligations Into Cash WASHINGTON Nov Plrns for liquidating nearly 000000 of home mortgages in closncl bunks in ten states were announced preme sacrifice The opening invocation which was many gems of Irish literature of narrative which had contained tics and German forcfen policy bur sales would be prohibited to in tlic form sn Armistice Day PriOr lo thc introduction of the Nearly 44OQOOflO Gcnnnns turned I Many PrOpCiiV John H1 Fa hey when hf his post ns chairman of thc Home Owners Loan flank Corpora tion the nuiih appeared before Alljcrl Dutton iMneUarie to explain Ilia they had irnnsposcd nn their return Kheet the voliiiR mnchlnc ligures showinu total vntes when the poll1 opened and when closed Thn ex planation was satisfactory to the court and to Attorney William Rhodes representing the Democrats and Attorney Albert Williams rep resent ing Ihe Republicans T K Levey nf election In the second precinct Chester iown shlp was told lo briny the other members of the election board into court today to recount their districts ballots on thc repeal question It ivas necessary to open the ballot box to look for the return sheet on this question as only the triplicate sheet was found in Ihn box Because the keys for voting ma j chines were not available on ac count of the county commissioners when nil arose to leave Bui Mr Bradley declined bin friend said andinsisted on remain ing Thinking it merely a whim Mr McNally said he group including the youiiK woman whom Mr Brad ley had escorted departed Not inoro than a half hour later he added they returned to pick up their friend but Mr Bradley had gone The coroners olllce and the Stats Highway Patrol invcstlsalors havn summoned McNally and thc othcT named ns Bradleys companions to onlinucd nu Page Ten minors habitual drunkards intoxij memory prayer was delivered by Rev statement Scotl told of the incident cated and insane persons Vilham Barrow Push pastor of the leading to his sentence He sad that i pomnir nices v namni nf Quarter Session Courts would First Presbyterian Church ot this j after his first trial in which he yUhdrawal from prove the location of the state stores ciiy and chaplain of the lllth In convicted hehad won an appeal and Nalions and Disarmament con A tax of S2 a proof gallon on the 12500000 gallons of whisky now in Continued on Page Ten C H S DRAMATIC CLUB TO ENTERTAIN fantry of theNational Guard Speaking on behalf of the govern ing body of the city Councilman Walter H Craig made the presenta tion of the plot to the veterans Mr Craig recalled to his audience an ordinance of the city under which the plot was originally granted for use as a monumental place to the was again tried on June 23 1931 and i and toI elect 660 candi agaiivconvicted and was sentenced on dates to a ollepalty Reichstag iy i Thc final official vote was Scott testified concerningthe day Plebiscite 4343S046 voted For of sentence as lollows When they withdrawal 40583804 935 per cent were taking me over frornthe jail j againsl withdrawal 2100181 48 par spoiled ballots 750061 17 per Tne Supper Club of the Chester I Continued on Page Sixteen i cent Reichstag High School Alumni Association met I of the place to Lieutenant Henry L recently at the Chester Club 511 j Peterson marshal of thc day on bc Wclsh street with Miss Harriet Oli half of the Sergeant Alfred Stcven ver in charge son Past Announcement was made that on Colonel Fred Taylor Pusey who November 28 in the auditorium of the saw war service with the llith In high school the Alumni Dramatic j fantry in the warlorn fields of Society will present Adam and Eve France was introduced formal and public prevention BRITISH RADIO HEAD 42975000 voted For Arc Dissatisfied Assessments With Fahry publisher of a newspaper in Worcester Mass succeeded William j MOSTLY CLOUDY C6ntinucil on ParcTcn JEALOUSY BLAMED FOR SUICIDETRY Jealousy was the reason assigned for Mrs Anna Kuhnel 05 of GUI Mrrllwninc streetattcmpUnc to com mit suicide yesterday afternoon by Slrvpiion who rrccnUy He alo announced a comprehen sive plan for speeding the conversion of moripages into Home Loan bonds on which holders can obtain 80 pel cent of Ihcir face value in cash Fancy said that over 600000 appli cations for loans had been received About onefourth of them were sub COUNTY VISITOR Thrre are indications that there will be a number of aupeals taken from notices 01 new assessments on real estate which have been received in the mails by property owners dur ing the past few days The first sitting of the Board of As sessment and Revision of Taxes for appeals will be on Wednesday of this for themselves onn Act Media and Swarthmore boroughs and j The corpora lion Fancy contini inhaling illuminating gns in her home Police headquarters was notified about oclock that the woman had attempted to end her life and j the patrol speeded to her home and Mov cioudy probably with conveyed ner to the Chester rain is thc forecast for today in I Hospital PA TfHI AV jA 1UUA1 iron the RF C whenever desired Pennsylvania New Jersey When the police arrived they found irom me K r o cieMroci Delaware and Maryland It will le i the woman unconscious en the fair and colder tonight and cloudy j kitchen floor of the apartment which she and her husband Ernest occu 33626647 i928 per week in the court house at Media needed advantages ballots 33iSJS2 tlfitt time property owners of under the Home Lor mitted he said by people quite able i A lu cmpermuie to carry their preient mortgages but waf 43 l who through inisimdcrsiandinB or a le lowesl 3 at 9 desire to chLscl wished to yet mi thc verage four dcRrecs b rn mnl of 4i Ihe maximun a comedy in three acts written by Guy Boiton snd George Middleton The proceeds will be added to the Alumni Scholarship Fund Thc cast will include William El liott 22 Lillian TupekofT 33 Eliz abeth Bossard 31 Herman Hoopes 27 Marie McCabe 33 Blanche Glcenstcin 32 Clyde Starr 32 Har old BILsard 31 Walter Buckley 32 and Joseph Kcstner The play is being coached by MLss i Dorothy G Smith and the chairmen of the various committees are Prop erties Helen Hazzard Frank Higgins t Makeup William Moore Stage Man aeinc Merle Smith James Kosmena William Ward Jr mas orn es o d by Mayor opening of Radio City were Sunday seis nnri no expecLcd that more i valley boroughs and Aston Concord ment so hey can pet areduction in aster of cec visitors in Swarthmore j woiua vote vesterany nnci Thornbury townships interest from six to five per cent and ornin service h lnc overw They attended the mornine service Continued m PaKe Ten j of Swarthmore Presbyterian 1 Church after which they weVe din ner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Thomas B McCabe on North Chester road Sir John Reith Captain Reith as U S TREASURY BALANCE WASHINGTON Nov The Treasury net balance for Novem ber 10 was 5134527894112 Miscel laneous Internal Revenue receipts OIL UU1LI1 IvdtJlcLill IVIIIIJ 1O 1 t he known formerly was chief in an make i an early meeting of the new Nazi Reichstag The Reichstags chief ask was to draft a new constitution sounding its doom ns a really parliamentary netming sup other dates have been announced other advantages such as paying off lo rmd including December 13 Tbe principal over a longer period of and warmer tomorrow Thc highest temperature here yesj pied She had turned on the burn j tcrday was 43 degrees at 1 a in and of thc tas range i m with At the hospital it was found lha below nor woman had not inhaled a sumcient maximum for amount of the gas lo prove fatal date was 75 in and minimum she was quickly revived Her wns 28 In husband who is employsd by lha Sunrise loduy was at G44 n m ancl Aberfoyle Manillacimini Company Eastern i lod police that his vife hnd been j drinking and had accused him at paying attention lo other women j Kuhnel also told the police his wife had attempted lo end her life in a TO BE INSTALLED manner once before appeal dates for property owners of time Installation of officers scheduled to take place last Monday night and this city are December 4 and 5 and The states in which thc Home Owni postponed at the last minute will the place is City Hall I crs Loan Bank now is striving to i take place at the headquarters of ihe spector for the British governmen that day were 5598533563 Customs jat thc Remington Arms Company forthe month through Noi plant at Eddystone during the World r 10 were S97S058604 i Wnr War and somewhat decorative body Meetings to protest against inj liquidate collateral held in closed EinmerlzMulHn Post 2722 West created assessments are scheduled for i banks are Illinois Ohio Michigan i Third street tomorrow night i tomorrow evening One will be held in I Indiana Pennsylvania Iowa New I Franklin Graham former United FOOTBALL COACH GUEST OF KIWANIS Tudson Timm head coach of tha Pennsylvania Military College foot ball team will he Ihe guest speaker Hitler thp firI rpMirne wMn odd pcllows hall in this cilv nl 8 Jersey New York Massachusetts and j Slates district attorney of PhiladclI nt the Wednesday noonmeeting of AAIMII mull JtlUIUa VWLL Atn4l t i vtliin nurt i Kn in said oclock and another in ihe fire house California citlrns COUNTY DEMOCRAT T I T THnTFTTri i I I I M I I I VH r I A l A I A I X For virs I hive at park Both cit iul I Irustinglv rounht for vour futrre iini assessments will be analysed a i pelled by an indestructible confidence j chcstc meeting in the intrinsic worth of our nation has bcn announced that the i Today I thank the millions of Ger tota rcnl CStaiC assessments for iho phia and past commander of the The total amount of loans found I Delnivnre County Veterans of Foreign I Wars organization will conduct the Continued nn Sixteen installation the Kiwanis Club to be held in th y W C A building Seventh and Sproul streets He will explain tn Ihe members something of the science j of football and football coaching and UN man citizens from thc bottom of my for the county including this city will very LEADERS CONFER E E Brown Superinten Litvinov and Roosevelt En dent of Rockdalc Firm in Game ofGive Democratic leaders of thc county held a twohour conference yesterday afternoon in the office of Frank B Rhodes at Media during which they discussed lost Tuesdays election and possible plans for contests but made no announcement of the result their discussion of Ends Life With Gas and Take rirmnn closely approximate the total vnlun re of peace and tion for InsL ycarwhicl was determination to uphold our honor 846 for the entire county The net j change will be less than it i WORK OF SNEAK THIEF MONETARY TALK i RED CROSS APPEAL IFVH i i lerest to ihose who follow the American college teams Goorio Cnntinucd on Pace Ten In the revaluation of all properties in thc comity there have been some increases in assessments and some re Thieves entered a parked car at auctions Eighth and Mclllvain streets SsUur Although the assessment books were MFWTQ ATn TTnlt Wnrkors O nail 1 Olivers Third 1 HirO in Campaign U S Prices to Lift Elmer E Brown 63 ASHINGTON Nov His bodv was taming stage of the Browns Mills near Rockdalc co early Ihis morning found on the kitchen flooiv of his From now on President Roosevelt I White will act as chairman of tha meeting WIL L DISCUSS CODE The Delaware County Druggists Association will hold a regular inset ins this evening nt 2407 Hollis road South Ardmore In addition to the nomination of Roll of the Chester for the ensuing year William of Campaign for New Members in Area examined the administra Chapter of he Nathan P Pcchin chairman of the touna on the kitchen flooiv of his From now on President Roosevelt i m I A ITlHTJO r1 A T7 ITTnTm Democratic County Committee and home on Pennell road Lima by his and Maxim Litvinov the shrewd i Vl I BK I A X EJ V F li r 6 IK S I VI A V VISII candidate for sheriff took part in the two nephews Thomas Brown and i Soviet Foreign commissar will engage A iSJiA L S i i ii1 1 T IkJi 1 candidate for sheriff took part in the conference with James F Gallagher candidate for prothonotary Albert J Crawford candidate for county controller William O Ilgcnfritz can didate for clerk of courts Mrs Helen Hackett pnd Samuel Goodlcy can didates for directors of the poor Among others present were Attorneys Albert Maris John E NIcDonough rnd William Rhodes and Chnnes Pierson assistant campaign manager two nephews Thomas J Brown and Soviet Foreign commissar will engage A Maurice Brown One end of a in a game of give and take The two piece of rubber hose was in his mouthconferred for nearly two hours last and thc other end was connected to j night at the While House but no a gas range thc gas being on full detail of the discussion was reported force Brown was ing in the late in arriving to investigate They forced an en in industrialized Russia trance into the home and after a The discussions arc progressing short search came upon their uncles pradnally inci favorably and arc cx impaign With his principal financial aides OFFER PROTESTS ROOSEVELT ratea K j The stakes are on the one hand wrld s due at work this morn enhancement of Soviet prestige by t Residents Ol GiCIloldcn PlailS Indefinite HOWCVCP to make sure that his toward 1UCI1AU piogram of relief work mills and when he was American recognition and on thc Tv T j T raising gold prices were proceeding as niinnreos ol lamilies rr pnrtt nS U nephows decided other epanon f American trade Pmn to Appeal Irom j OH Ironinff Out h Difficulties THIEVES TIUVAHTED Thirves last night tried to brenk Tax Assessment unconscious form i peeled to be ctinrluricd by Friday it I Dr H E Orndorf of Glen Riddle was stptrd at Ihe While House today was summoned and he ordered Brown Thc President i schpduled to leave TO TWO ALARiMSvemovecl to lhc Chester Hospital i the canitsil nn Friday fov Warri iThe mechanical respirator was tisod i On to be Rone ovsr Thanks for more than an hour but all efforts ciVinc life proved futile i was apain denied at the White It was stated nt the Whitn House I after the conference of more lhan three hours lhat he parley was rou A meeting of the Mxpaycr of the j nrTROIT Nov I virc and dcaiwUh ireut of the Cheer Chapter riur in the past three yrars niado out shortly after 10 oclock this morning in answer to an alarm turned in from Box 143 located at Tcrrill ond Remington streets in the Sun Village section of the city The fire was in thc cellar of a dwelling at Vauclain and Reming ton streets and was caused by a stick of burning wood which had fallen Browns wife Hildn was away House that any hitch had been cn from home over the weekend vis countered in the discucsionr it ins friends in she had not n Thc Browns formerly Joy having moved to this vicinity a Icms have been disposed of monetarv and financial problems en by thn American Red window The burglars two Negroes workers of lhc Home Service detected jimmying the wia by a neighbor and they wers iphtened away e eati n Mount Joy Pa and i Tho conversations FO far have been j caused ths of returned this movnins i confined primarily to an exchange of niunity lo rise up in arms a irmcrly resided at Mount i visxvs None of the important probnave vncc thc advising loved to this vieiniiv hrmo nf that ihrv can cxucct increases horouch ciurins the pvt 0 years hns Iw ant maX mange his mind thn llc has no olcrrn OVCr s that hc has dcfinitoly derided Inclll bonds nnd a valiy m pr s thrv to the White House are without O iiavc aiiavcd administration disaster was vcr govern llc Southeastern Chap Ihese prices i cr headquarters at Philadelphia The short time ago In the state department conversa riage survive Mr Brown in addition from thc open door of a The to his wife They arc Mrs Elsie Schincr house was filled with smoke but no Mrs Mary Emma Carman and Three children by a former thc American officials reviewed with Litvinov a voluminous memo randum containing thc American position on all the outstanding ques nations As ing them verifiction as yet i fears in this respect tides of thc unprecedented slorm Delaware river which Thi was learned from a trust Thc conferees saici just enough to j inundated homes in the upper feej clotlly damage rcsuJtcd from thc fire which Russell Brown all of Mount Joy lions between the two na was extinguished within a few moj According to County Dclcctivc Rao each question appeared inenla sflcr the arrival of the first Kaplan who investigated thc case i would indicate the Soviet position has notified thai annnrTfnj i10 body was found between 9 and J The questions on which harmony ap has been incrciwcd 250 ing frciii 25 to 250 per cent overworthy today to j indicate that no new move or policy thc pv receive Fred council and a resident of the borCapita of Tinicum township and WASIUXGTOX Xnv forecast Kislcrn this nftrnioon mostly elniiity with snow flurries in west and north portions toniirht Tuesday fair in morning temperature in pfsent assessment when thy about the country j n the monetary field was in prospect i placed the occupants in the hands vc thir tax bills for next yer last ivsht that the Sage of as a result of thc inrrting of Americas greatest emergency rc A M Bonsal a former clerk of born vas preparmg to leave for thai Thic was interpreted lo mean that i Her organisation the Red Cross i purchases by the Reconstruction CorI The storrn afternoon Western fair and much colder tpnighl Tues lay increasing cloudinses with ris nugru en trmperaturc probably followed v VJ nnvt l mm ti i s uvi I1 111 JillJI lUli ctsgh since youth wholives on the i The most that can he staled as fact poration of gold in the domestic and a Wednesday auemonn and watfv rain or snflw Eric Litvinov Chester pike is one ie of hose prrcnt it was learned is that i foreign markets would be conlinucri broke Ihn ai arscssmenl Ford has ths Washington trip under j AH schools of thought in the ad of seven broke through dykes and he home i enteen families numbering apparatus the body was found between 9 and j The questions on which harmony an has been incrcswcd 250 per centconsideration 1 ministration were represented at the about SO persons wcie cither tolalb The district companies were called i n30 a m Kaplan revealed that i pcared to exist were checked oft and Shotild thc imvnascd be i At the Ford offices in Dearborn conferencp Secretary and or partally submrisod making them out nhortly after 10 p m Saturday 3rovn had been in an auto accident j releiatcd lo one pile Thos on which pevmitlrd to stand Mr BcivraU fiqlast nihls nnnors were denied Eugene Blark eovernor of the FedI alssolutoly uiuennntabic i rj urcs ft Out that it will cast hiri I it ascertained today that no eral Reserve Board headed the list TODAYS TEMPERATURES in answer lo a fjilsc alarm turned in from tieth swer to a fiilsc alann turned in a or so ajro and he believed thrrc difference of opinion t Box No 116 located at Twen ihal this accident may have preyed were set aside for discussion bt street and Melrose avenue I on the mans mind i twccn thc President and Litvinov Continued on Page Sixteen 1 of financial Continued on PaRC Sixteen there chieftains who were Emergency calls reached the local Continued on Pajjc Teh 6 a m 7 a m 8 a in 9 a m 10 a in 40 11 a m 40 Noon 1 p tn 46 2 p m 50 53   

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