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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - November 13, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              TEN CHESTER TIMES CHESTER PA MONDAY NOVEMBER 13 1933 ARMISTICE DAY IS FITTINGLY OBSERVED HERE Continued From Page One Day celebration was complete with ti grand military ball held In the Chester Armory Eighth and Sproul streets in which all those who had taken part in both exercises of the day were entitled to be present The big drill hall in which the ball was held was made gay with strings of international code and military and national colors sUimg beneath the high ceiling The appearance of the dancers was made attractive by the i pay uniforms of almost every descrip monics and accepted the pot from tion which were worn by n large nvim the city on behalf of the veterans nc mcn present who were con BILLIONS USED TO AIDJiECOVERY United Slates Pours Out Gigantic Sum and Prom ises More WASHINGTON Nov enc similar veterans of this nrnn in the brittle stand on lie left center of the buildI years mid five months Recording to fields of the World War He spoke ing The ball was one of I he largest j flfUres available at Ihe treasury to fondly of the memory of Captain affairs ever held on nn Armistice Eddie Lvnch of one of the Chester i evening and WAS greatly onjoyod by llrtdltlon the government lias companies of the lllth and told of several hundred participants The j nacnuon ine government has havin received word at his command i closing of the festivities at midnight Pledged many additional millions for post in the battlefield of the death brought to an end one of the most luture use in the recovery program of Captain Lvnch ES he was making memorable days of patriotic cclebrsii nml as increased lhe circulation of a tour of the battlefields in company lion since the cessation of lhe war in without gold backing by with the late Congressman Butler 1918 8883284 at the same time re i iiij i Ait I fmCllKr Oil XI H TPMrrIll Armistice Dav in the battlefields All arrangements for the outstanding federal reserve vis said by Colonel Pnscy to have I moiits and for the program of the day j 10tfsI10v vl1uly cr ccllt been a dramatic moment of silence were cared for by the members of the bitcKoci by since last comin after four vears din of battle combined veterans patriotic niul civic I A supreme effort to stinnilale credit The speaker said that the momentous committees which met on many A supreme enort to stimulate credit evemended n war started by stalesI rations rind gave great lime and i Plating cash in the market has men but carried on by sodliirs He i Uiought to Ihe entire program and federal reserve said that the Jinal get together for i much praise and honor is due the ofKvslcm rrom January 0 19i to No 10 peace had been by fons of this body composed of repreyemlxr a llUi ihe federal reserve 1 these brave soldiers scnulivos of cvcrv military civic md their holdings statesmen patriotic group of the city N securities by SUG5 r an idci ind we look j 000000 bnniim the total in the port RED CROSS APPEAL I MEETS RESPONSE the signing of the the leaders of nil and not by the We fought for the burdens of a war that was not of our making Colonel Puscy said us he spoke of Uie sacrifices ol Americans in the World War Mention was made of the years of the wars aftermath and it was said j that the past three years of depres sion were the cure for Ihe mad ness born of the war days and won i years designed 10 briny out in everyi one the best qualities It was prophe Cant in tied From One Dittoes of the Home Service Section folos to In recent weeks the purchases in the open mar ket have been slowed up but it was expected they would be stimulated should conditions justify During the period in which the government lias been seeking to stimulate business open market purchases at times have been speeded up 10 S 100000000 weekly Results however have proved valuer negligible Red Cross Appeals for Members bv tho speaker thai another of the American Red Cross on ThursI Net expcndidires by the Rccon fi IIM Hi 111 irtii t ni si t group of leaders would spring up to bring the nation buck to a cairn day morning an hour executives trained in han within less than struction Finance Corporation from the date of its organization in Febru ary 1931 to midNovember of ihis year have amounted to has financed the re with a thought in mind of which rose ins their appreciation for the services of those who made the supreme sacrifice in ihe war days and who to the Red Cross in an were supplied As a measure the refugees were listed sincl placed on a meal service record with arrangements made with the management of a nearby restaurant to temporarily supply three meals daily to tho refugees at the expense of the Red Cross All possessions of these families had been swept away by the waters President believes will relciise about a billion dollars The machinery of the proposal has never been described ot throuchlhe extremes of dling such emcrficncies were making the present European iiovermnents u survey of the area and compiling of dictators and other revolutionary data concernhiK lhe needs of the The H forms but in a quieter manner Our I refugees By noon that day an Juvenal ion of the bunking system siuiation said by Colonel i ciciuly organized refugee center was i railroads insurance corporations and to be a tin operation caring for the people other activities It now plans lo ad der a beneficent dictator Franklin i Three houses belonginR to ihe vance larpc Minis in Hie plan to rc D Roosevelt I Company were used as j lease a portion of ihe frozen deposits lu concludin his remarks the Col temporary quarters und these were of closed banks a move which the onel accepted the monument on bej immediately equipped with bedding half of his comrades in arms in the facilities from Philadelphia head greU world iquarters Military cots always Snealiintr for the veteran available antlIenry L Petersoiv marshal of ihe emergency day extended his heartiest thanks to j temporary all who had cooperated in the rcali zntion of the memorial project made possible only through united effort by all concmied Lieviienanl Peter son expressed the hope that the Mayor and city officials would for ever assure that the niul the plot are properly cared for and would turn these charges over to their successors ED CBOSS RED CROSS FIRST AID INSTRUCTION lourses for County Fire men to lie Given at Firc house at Marcus Hook rapidly that many GERMAN BACK HITLERS LEAGUEPOLICY Continued From Iagc One The people garbed in tho 1 and our eternal right to equality with other nations j because of their loyal service could clrthes they had worn in their hasty j I not bo present at thc unveiling I retreat from ihe flooded houses were j lnl d u u unbrokcn i In his reply Mayor Ward pledged m need of clothing and shoes lest couiae his attention io thc care of lhe plotit bey suiter illness from the elTccts oft miny pcoir for and then called thc minds of his auriij dampness and nun Complete outNnzj in tm m ence to thc placing of a memorial jlus of clothing wore obtained from LbstcllUtm miKU bv somc mclns bc wreath upon the base of the memorial American Red Cross cotton clothing j tleleclccl alu nvcngcd taut the vote j by the war mothers as lhe veil was supplies and each of the refugees I was tromcmious andthe plebiscite withdrawn nt ihe opening of the dcdi was given a new pair of serviceable vote lefl no oubt jf onceivntlv cation This memorial said the shoes obtained bv Red Cross workers i thorc couk nav b am ol tj mayor should be accepted as a arrangements were made ulUolVs comjpmllp sacred trust by thc city We accept permit the refugees to do their it for lhos wwkllhcyl did The city ria Ththolscs equipped icels its gratitude to those of all branches of the service and will keep j lc expense ol the place sivcrcd for all years to relle area Ward then told of an inclj workers and the regugees state of dent In the war days of the line and jloalth continually maintained by poster of tho Americati Jled Crofis nation vide is an appeal for an enlarged membership Resources worenever moro vitally needed than this fourth year nf economic distress Afoniberships which cost ono dol lar or more arc uel to fsupport tho uiicmploymnnt reiicc work of chap tors and national organization na tionwide disaster relief work health ivork in hundreds conimunitlfS witli special rofevcnco o projcrving ftho health of mothers am children safety work through tciicrhing first aid and life savins welfare work through pix niilMon school children are nicmhers of the Junior Rcl Cri3j and one of most impor tant tasks ever to the Red up tho morale ot list bv thc city We accept LU iinnjuia iu u IIKU asc who cave their all cooking in the bungalows food will alwavs remind us of thc j obtained for them each rr jt i day jthe houses were equipped with loyal spirit expressed by from the comuninilv public condemnation of the Ver sailles Treaty which it is Hitlers chief aim to scrap The vote might even prove em barrassing to him in requiring him to harden his policy of demanding absolute equality with other nations in international consultations and negotiations veterans of our wars and handling their problems of compensation pay ments arising from changes in gov ernmental regulations Ono hundred twenty disasters en gaged the financial and personnel forces tho Red Cross durins the past year More than a million dol lars was spent in relief of families who lost their all in hurricanes storms fires earthquake and other frightful calamities President Roosevelt has eaid I can bo counted on to foster and aid in every way in my power the great work your organization Tho Red Cross must carry on Can any citizen of the nation fall to do likewise Join as a member your local chapter during the roll call A Red Cross first aid course lor ncmbcrs of the Delaware County FOOTBALL FAN IS CRUSHED TO DEATH PRINCETON Nov 12 F Towncr 3d 23 of Perrymans Md whose body was found Saturday on the university campus near Guyot Hall several hours after the close of the Princeton Dartmouth football Game was crushed to death against a concrete ramp of Palmer Stadium in the departure of a milling crowd of spectators in the opinion of Frank K Grove Mercer county i coroner Association is being held j it is believed that one possibly every Wednesday night in the rooms of the Viscose Fire Company at Mar cus Hook The instructor Earle L Jackson director of first aid and life saving of the Southeastern Pennsyl vania Chapter of the Red Cross con ducts the classes from 8 to 10 oclock There are 30 students registered for the course representing the fol lowing fire companies Ogdcn Lin wood No 1 Lcnnl Heights Chester Township Fire Company Viscose No 2 Marcus Friendship No 2 several personsstarted to carry the man to the hospital infirmary 500 yards away but dropped the body within fifteen feet of the entrance when it was discovered he was dead FORDlAYVlSIT ROOSEVELT SOON Continued From Page One RAIDING FORCE TRAPS 15 MEN Pound Playing Poker in Alleged Gambling House in Third Ward Fifteen mcn were arrested last night about 930 oclock in a raid con ducted by city detectives and police on an alleged gambling house recently opened at 234 Market street The attention of the police was first attracted to the place several days ago when men supposed to he patrons of the place began entering and leaving the building at frequent intervals As the days wore on the crowd seemed to increase Last night the officers were in possession of suffi cient evidence to conduct a raid Detectives Charles Hardman and Bernard Dougherty and Patrolmen Rosen and Wright went to the build ing The detectives climbed the stairs which lead to the second floor a room where three This is A second of aid courses conducted ware County Fire school first course was given last spring thc m lnaL IOia would take his by Rosen and Wright The patrons submitted to arrest taken to police head they were slated House high source that the chief squad at the scene of a fire and render prompt and efficient aid to week or two j The official added that five minI others taken in the raid and held u u 11 ii vi i liju IL 11 u lu T w m i um niiu LILTJLJ injured persons in case of accidents bcUvccn MrFord prsI Ui bail as witnesses for a continued or sudden illness before the services ildcilt Roosevelt would iron this thing hearing were Chris Cloas 44 Market of a physician can be secured i street Mike MorctlR 39 East Fourth ui 1 can ne secured i TZ i iL inuicun ciisi ruurifi The purposes of this first aid trainj t understood today that the street John Lucas 50 Market street ing include remainder of the great Rouge plant s Pete Miller 38 East Fourth street FirstPrevention of accidents by i Personnel was beginning a sevenday akinc the individual see the acci vacation to bring the average work Paul Peterson 41 Market street Peter Pappas 41 Market street John dent terms of personal palii to ing hours within the NRA code limit Nichlos 26 East Fourth street methods of getting people to have j 22000 men on street Thomas Niche 51 Market all minor ininnpT withouM was learned at Dearborn that street John Coniwal 40 East Fourth i delay treated wiinoiit pord lhe NRA i streel A Pauza Wcst couip the individual sole reason lor the layoff which have street with sufficient knowledge to Prompted accusauons of bad mine the nature and extent of an A Ford official quoted Edssl Ford UUU bLiAbb injury Thisdoes not mean that the ison of tne motor magnate and prcsi firstaider is cxpscted to make a I dent of the Ford Company as saymg complete and accurate diagnosis such i that production reasons were also as the physician makes but he should operative in forcing the layoffs Engi PUPILS PROGRAM be able to come to some decision as ncering changes are being made in Ia3s Schoolt Seventh street and Cen to the nature and possible extent jthc 1931 model it was explained and ua avcnuc celebrated Armistice Day of the injury the current seasonal sales smmp has with a vaiicd interesting pro train the first aider tojmade it necessary to curtail prodttc gvam featured by an address by tha do the proper thing at the proper of the present model j pev Pius Barbour pastor of tho Cal vary Baptist Church He spoke at length on The Spirit of Armistice time Likewise knowing what to do is equally important Students in the course will be in PORT WORTH Tex Nov leaving here today for Louisville Ky Recovery Administra tor Hush S Johnson said there was OFFICIAL COUNT mothers whom ho observed as thev nurses who responded willingly overwhelming victory ii raw a troop train pass through I10 snt to lhc tion voting nt the Nai citv with men coing overseas which scrllon camp at Dessau and MUNICH Germany Nov Continual From One Adolf Hiler scored an i nnt oncl touching example of the spirit manifest by wive moihers and sis ters ovcr the nation during the days of the great conflict Joseph JefTevics who has worked with the monumental committees since tho earliest inception of the plan for the plot gave a brief resume of the history of the triangular piece of ground held for the project sncc timed 192j He told of the cllorts of neigh rs to keep the of relief work did rk in I micihi by any moans as the workers werctacrd with prison here returns showed today in general clcc office being concentration the protective closed for ihe holiday MAN IS KILLED structed in the general care for in jured persons which includes the treatment of shock and fainting the control of severe bleeding the appli cation of artificial respiration in j cases of asphyxiation and proper j methods of transporting injured persons Upon comple course students ha I lory attendance and examination will be Cross standard fust aid certificate j wich the codCi but he has not signed The course is being conducted by jt Johnson said The program was introduced with ernment contracts The NRA administrator said the j question vas one of adherence to the reciting In Planders Field and the latter An Antvrtr The school then sang POLICE SEEKING HITRUN AUTOIST Continued From One followed the Red Cross without charge to members of the police force and definite pronouncement until he saw the Rev Harbours address and con He said he could not make a j cludcd thc program volunteer fire companies whose mem bers are invited to attend Upland The Burns Bible Class of the Methodist Church held a dinner in the church rooms Saturday evening appear for questioning today in Up when 125 persons were served The McCarls opinion in full He said he TT1 A believed McCarl based his ruling on UbLltAiN VVOMLiN a misapprehension the question involved McCarl ruled Ford was eligible to submit contracts and receive awards MEET AT CAPITAL HARRISBURG Nov members of the committee were i it was impossible to open thc machine and Jack Tobin j Mrs Janet Booth chairman Mrs Ai Dessau 231 voted for with1 Upper Limn pccinci Duby township until it was proved that he is violat Republican women from all sections ing the code In absence of such of the state congregated here today proof McCarl ruled the Ford Comi for the opsning oi the annual con pany would be considered as complyj vention of the Pennsylvania Council ing with the code drawal from tho League of Nations 1 the counters The machine will be nipht Thev rushed of Newtown Square who were on their I James Bell Mrs George Ewing Mrs TJTTTVT A NJT A TJ PP TATTTT inspect i Way homa a few minutes before Albert Hamilton Mrs Frank Rothi ixuiMvn i iMjitvxiuAv of asay placing three cnanty relief bun en lows for withdrawal 10 apainst and four The official vote for sherifl i oner Hood disclosed numerous brush latcd nn Satuntav follows to Delaware i well Miss Annie Murphy Miss I i Emma Cluelow Mrs Samuel Forsyth Mrs Ester Klee Mrs Elsie Dough erty Mrs M Brogan Mrs Frank Thompson Miss Minnie Klce Mrs of Republican Women today State pnd national affairs will IK discussed by Governmental officers during the threeday Of AND CABINET QUIT ncers will be elected Wednesday afternoon BUCHAREST Rumania Nov 13 j Alexander Vaidvoevod faced HUNT FOR ASSASSIN 13 UP Nov with opposition of the powerful CADIZ Spain Mrs William Quinn Miss j National Peasant party submitted i Scarchws prcsspcl throughout Spain for a period ot many diiion ihroush the vears without any I cost to city or veterans mowing ami I ficc weeks candidates there was 93 votes with 23 invalid siblc for v family to no back to its hcod Mr and Mrs Sam Snarapo third precinct not previously Price 248 I Pechin 157 BERLIN Nov The Nazi Darby lwo precincts one pre Kovcrnmcnt struck another blow toj viouslyreportedi Price 813 Pechin bruises of both legs and George Nichols Mrs James Mac Donald Lilly HamVlton Francis Kohi the resignation of his cabinet to King I today for an unknown assassin who land Mrs James Masscy Mrs James j Carol yesterday shot to The king accepted and commis JIansila sioned lonG Duca Liberal leader Domecq moved in day at lenders of the dissolved CaUi1737 once more but not until their housesolic Centrist parly with the announcc thichs A large bruise on the mans face was caused police believe by Clarkson Mrs Charles Leslie and the facs striking one of the rails j Hugh Burns teacher of the class It is the story of police that the man was walking eastward with the Air and Mrs Slyde Tomlinson and death Segismundo Garcia and Scnora Estanislao daughter of the former whn Ivui rirriori oi this wor hnd comfortably ment vno caiiita on tins hact Cross that Dr Wilhelm sirri npimiccnn ilvivs 1 f hn i L n CliailClnllOr Of t lie Reich and All two others had been indicted for bedding trolley track on his right when he TTO Ice piccincii was westbound trol cy car family of Morrisville visited Mr and i to form a new government and formerminister of the interior Marquis of llarzalos at a political meeting at the San Fernando theatre Mrs William Tomlinson of Main to watch over the place aui src that j 10000 JOIN KITES FOR TEXAS had passed the point only two or three minutes before Walsh and To bin discovered the body The motor street recently John Ferguson Sr of Race street is ill at his home Mrs Owen Glatts of Mulberry man police he had seen j street is a patient in the Taylor NF I no onc at the spot The mans body was oss than 50 yarns from in Ridley Park Mranci Mrs Louis 5 H N Worrell of j presented with a in Us former position I cerwald 01 ciirysanihemums by Mr JeHencs he oommuniiv The entire a both A brief of he support of was finall in the snmc ereindicted and Dr Hcinrich Brauns NEW YORK former federal labor ministers gave the little gir p treat big hand j crash or outcry the residence of Peter Smith and no I Wqodwside avenue were Philadelj j one in that household heard any phia visitors on Saturday Miss Dorothy Roberts of Wood iiuxiliaries in the spirjt ins made the Red Cross the various ladi of the project wss j flniolls nU ovcr as pvci oy Iiemenant Henry Peterson j poluikiblc humanitarian orSanization wuo siressert llv importance of their in ri1cs of STTS vpV in l he nccompliihmrnt Aworker of the Rou Call th he called forward Mrs vcrv home n j Jorph proficient of the aux iliivry 01 vcnson PC I yesterday as slu1 made her last trip CHARGES REBELS I up the Ions t well street thu she lovrd There were no marks of identifi cation found in the clothing which side avenue spent the weekend with relatives in Wilmington was of good quality The only things j Mr and Mrs Clyde Carson of VISITED WELLES ono uto as brief services were held in in upper Brnadwav chpel L iu tue auxmembership period and it is the duty HAVANA Xov for Mary Louis Cccilhv Guinan night ancl pre0f rvery able citiren to stick by the on homes ofpppositkni suspects club hostess actrcfs and rnlcrrairier A crowd estimated bv police at 10 found in tho pocket were the stubs Ocean City are guests of Mrs Car will visit the American rd Cross in its annual on United Slates Am she ou lor iribj to two tickets for he University of PennsylvaniaOhio Slate football game which had been played on Franklin Field Saturday afternoon and a small check similar to those Greatj issued by parking stations for auto imtrd her with a handsome bouquet on behalf of the committee Roll Call with the same bassador Simmer Welles on thc alj hearted Texas Friend of the World j irobilcs iaior momentarily on i helpful ppirit that characterised tJio legation that ho encouraged rebel Then her body was born up the The blooriv handle of an aulomfl uio morninc wnen the i work of the chanter in mrrt nr I activities marked tho aftermath famous j bile door was found lying on the right j Set girls club hiked to Knowlton from Times Square buried in of way about seven feet from the on Saturday afetrnoon Those mak Hear cemetery momori if i work of the chapter in meetng tiie activities marked tho aftermath to long al flood disaster last summer and in asl weeks bloody revolt from sons parents Mr and Mrs Averill Masorl Of jjili street Mr and Mrs William Mills and family of Philadelphia vere guests of Mrs Elizabeth Mills and Miss Anna Mills of Hcwis Place yester the Younger aay The members of lnvcicc introduced Rev seeing the affair through to a slc M of ihu parish cessfu conclusion vho briefly of his willingness OHIO NEWSPAPER PLANT BOMBED against the Grau San Martin Gov ernment Sergio Carbo a principal supporter i of the government m a signed news Hcavcn cemetery at bodv paper editorial charged rebels daily a few years ago final the Gates o White Plains Seventyfive ion of them mounted patrolled the urea whero ir of m Icy r i ope ratio efit of ihf UiciriCii cicd in service The benediction which was a priyy ill memory of Tiie men vvlio lu thrir lives in services to tho country ivas pronounced by Rev Patrick H McGinnis of the Iriirmiculatc Heart Church In conclusion to tijo ever of tho afternoon Trps v s sniiiKiod by si bliiTiCr r Nt ivui Guard and a volley Irrci over DO tnonunicnt by a rivinc rirtai fniju Company C lillh Infantry uncfr elMimand of Cnptnin Porr K Korin The pivvt llllTiiilv Norris stiocli and t principal sircets of v whcic tiio taking part nnci the i were grouped about Eland All which werepresent i in thc morning parade to tin Iinma ulate ITcart cemetery were again MANSFIELD Ohio Nov 13 The Viint of The NcwsJounal early yesterday oicit nficr il oditor of the vcw received a racketeer warning ly olT or youll get yours The iKinib oxpiiuiod in the mailinc room a iirnrlv v G 1 Krjpjiendorfer editor of Tho ha been a consistent iiitmt racketeering of all lil editorials he has r vuir iov enforcement strove for a Valentino But for Texas coflin th visited Wolles and added Friinkiin liooseveii you who are i o iibcily you who are our friend tnke Siimnrr Welles away The student newspaper Alma Mater The crowd alcced tin encouraged last away but thci we iiioit and the officers who fought erised men ni the National Hotel The paper asked that the government Rive Welles his passports urea surged rnd impKe of Rudolph 60000 SEE SUNDAY GAMES IN PHILA silvered An estimated 60000 persons we oam playcd uc j ing the trip were Miss Sarah Pedrick Miss Dorothy Ash by Miss Li la Wikcrs Miss Peggy Worrell Miss Peggy Richardson Miss Jennie But ler Miss Catherine Whitcley and Miss Emilic Bullock Thc Upland Boys tn r The floor was rippd ar non grata in the plant and in lines wore shattered of tho booi nnd other tho t i hirrl and raverscid the 1 city to Til bomb poded n i Thc New papefs wero Journal YOUTH SHOOTS GIRL AND KILLS HIMSELF MKADV1IIK Nov Pauline Hoyes ir of SaeKCrtown dancod with n fcvnivT boy friend n an Armisfro David Iehevman 1R riidn Kk i rind tnld her Yesreulav Ifbeniian lay dead with a foimfiicird bullet throuulj ius Titv ivvi wovmd in brr ol pUugui Admission limited In hold by members of i fin in which M in slne since hi baek from closed two hours iv TDIT ARMFSTKE HAY Club football Villace Juniors in disorder coined the lifting of thc 139year old t the Upland park on Saturday The borno jn on Sunday sports ycplcrdny wss R to 0 in favor of Sun v NcarU 20000 fans paid admissions n TI 1 i The Baptist Young Peoples Union rhppel was to see Philaticlphia s laglcs hod tlic servicc al the Baptist Church was cards isbuod j Chicago Bears to a i to 3 tin foot ccl hv Miss Loisc Buck ast evening Jimily Thc cof ball game m the Phillies Ball Park Thc Epvlorth League of thc Meth Guipan had lain where Sunday baseotill will be played nrjjst church was led Vnclv was brought next summer for the first timesince Kohlnnd B C was j of thc 1794 blue iaws the services Approximately 40000 other fans witnessed16 minor games on playing fields in all parts of thc city Au horitics said the crowds were orderly OvJvl and but few arrests were made for slight ofTcnsos 715 Ecgmont Ave Open a Gradual Payment Charge Account 5Pc Breakfast with porcelain top CHARGES ii rich in ir Kir he Whiii adorein lation Dutton mistico Hay lie boirg viMibic io cifcs of tho AHni Ameiieui Iegion oliiial tabu JndRC Albert tribute to Ar 1 he regrettcct in iho exov ovrnron Pont lis citv Tliis PACKING COMPANY told police thvy fiuarreled flame Lntrr she said is a groat peacetime dMt Uie PROTEST TINKERING WITH U S DOLLAR Icbormiin camo to her hoinr to apolo declarrd rcforrinv tabulation She saw a pun in his hand and attempted to wrest it Irom him re of the voo Rccaliini visit io yravcs of Ameri Aecuscd of shaking a school boy and banging his head against an iron j grating at the Tilden Junior High School Philadelphia Merrill E Wont CALLED an instructor living on Believers I Bvwoot vas hold m bail for court Saturday AUSTIN Minn Nov The boy Roy DiPiRio 13yearold rikc of employes of the George A son of Mrs Josephine DIPigio of 8220 I Hmmel Packing Company was called i BiiLst avenue is said to have been so off today Pickets were withdrawn by severely injured by the shaking that union leaders after a conference with he had to remain home for three ccivms n bullet in lhe leg Lcberman can soldiers in Ininco Judge Mac in Y line In addition to a number of inupi CHICAGO Nov 11 cal organizationwhich wore not Twentysix business mri proscnl in the morning Among the leaders o thc pVo of the march was tested ngainst Jinkorinp with tlc auxiliary of ihe Sergeant Brush dollar1 and advocated a roir Past 1521 of ie v F w has fixed gold standard then iTiii to the basement himself and shot Dade Governor Floyd H Olson strikers who had bccn in pos ihe American session of the huge plant since noon Dnv pa In taking action ftgainst tho art Uie appeared in ho rapes for th wt five without rnmisrations go ft ingle formaion business leaders Airplanes of thc Diirectntlv taken by twelve v vwicn observation iqiniircn of PhilcoUcgo profespors who adelphia which dartui bout in trick thn jioiil of sheer formations ovcr thc scnc of tiie mornings exercises wero not present in the afternoon Throe planes panic formed bv the ipated in the maneuver i further tho yn On Saturday evening the Armistice j gold standard LOOK FOR RAIN OF STARS Astronomers ovor the country pre today to begin their iKiciuinnl irils oJ the kies in the hope ot ritrhtmu tlio long overdue rain n ovjtni ire inown as ihe v ho it ing stars Our hopes nro iiil hich for an rx shower in Charles P Olivier ftstronomrr nt the University of Pennsylvania and pros ilurther tho proposal to return vo the irtpnl ot the American Meteor So abandoned their posts hold a mass meeting to consider a compromise propoxsal on their demands for a wage increase Saturday They will An organization known is the com mittee on monetary policy was flagon foreign soil causes a thrill that always brings tears to my eyes request of ludgo MacDadc tho audience in ihe courtroom re mained silent for a few moments in memory ol thc dear of the World j CHILDREN DIE An official minute was mad0 of the recent piiMni of Clara M orj ton t CoUiniidal wio had been matron in tho couvthonio She had n trio CliriMian find did hrr part in all civc flared Judge MiieDade Her whole liio vvns seemingly inUuonccd by the rocognition or aPower on High It is titling n inirk memory today weeks The encounter between the teacher and pupil occurred October 3 while the boy was on hall duty in the school wontler denied injuring the boy but admitted I probably shook him as he was acting in a dis orderly manner but the affair was not as dracrrtccl it Weekly IN BLAZING HOME KAXJKAUNA Wis Nov 13Four cliildirn mombors of a farm family livinp near lcio burned lo death and four oilier children when their home burned vrsterdav IKASK HKAUQiJARTKRs Each jg beavti in colors that hnrnioiiize Tho Congoicum nnd felt Base fcw factory samples ot llie newest de Union have leased fi new meeting hail and from now on will i sijrns arc 111 this group hod their meetings in the Eagles i Homo fit Seventh and Deshong 19 95 si rods Thursdav niglit several oeakers from the Federal Board at The drad children of rnd Mrs Washington D C will attend a Martin Ever were Rojclla 11 Mar meeting mid will speak on matters as te and the was ihe widow ol a soldier i snret 0 Martha 3 and Norbcrt 111 of importance to the local organiza mothcr of a veteran 1 months old I lion K A H N S 715 Edgmont Ave Hi   

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