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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - November 17, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              FOOTBALL FACES PEAR j MOMS OOUBTOADS OUR BOYSEATEM UP FINAL EDITION it it With All Latest and of the Day Daily lfMMd Wire Kioorts of UniUxl 1ivss Ull and International News Sirxloo tJCSi CHKSTUK PA Kill DAY NOYKMUKU 17 TWKNTYTWO IAUIOS TWO CENTS ROOSEVELT OFF SOUTH TONIGHT TO NEWSPAPER CODE HELD ILLEGAL j NEW YRK NOV Rob RMcCoimickoditor of lhe Chu last night expressed j the opillion thal thri reeimeiitiitiou of American newspapers tinder a Na iSEEK HARTS BODY i AFTER 2 CONFESS JTHEY KILLED HIM HOW KIDNAP VICTIM WAS SLAIN President to Rest at Warm tiontl1 Recovery code was not per Student Kidnaped Held for j milled bv lhe Constitution ril Colonel McConnick who reviewed RaHSOltl bliUn IhrOWIU the history of the long light to es kablish thc freedom of the press spoke nl ihe Ifiaih anniversary banquet of ii 01 i Ihc New York State Chamber of Wanls to dather btrengtn mcrce for Congress Showdown would be called upon lo test the con situtionahty of the new deal legis lilt ion which he described as a pro gram of collectivism executive Sprinjfs Ca Until After Thanksgiving on His Policies WASHINGTON Nov riiht 1933 by the United PresM With his policies lhe center of inJ creasing debate President Roosevelt prepared to leave tonight for Warm Springs Ga to rest until after Thanksiving and to Rather strength for an cxpeqted showdown when Con gress returns For Mr Roosevelt it is a partial puasc in thn bailie for recovery which hs has fought for eight and a half months on an epic scale Six weeks of grace remain before Congress steps in to judge the results As the situation is appraised by i observers here President Roosevelt still retains wide popular support but j with criticism growing Developments this week were generally interpreted i as proof thatthe President was not pulling his punches On lhe contary replacement of un sympathetic treasury ofilcials by Henry Morgenthau Jr a disciple of Professor George Warren and the commodity dollar was regarded here notice that the President was tcrmined to push through his ex piiiinpit despite indiftcrent results to date of Mr Roosevelts most im ire just Into Frisco Hay j Murderer Suspects Arc Jobless Men Detection Fear Seen Motive i SAN JOSE Calif Nov 17tUF i i i torship and bureaucratic govcnuncnt iTorn shreds of fleh and a shirt found i uiToTsTMSTIPT i Fiaiiclsco Bny wirc in loday to be from tlie ON ASSAULT CHARGED Hart 22 UKgcHly slam men who kidnaped him in a Richard T Casperson 3 of the 1000 block Washington street Marcus Hook was held in thc sum of bail for a further hearing on charges of assault and batteiy which grew out of an automobile accident this morn ing at Fourth and Wilson streets was driving his car cast bodv of Urooke by the i parallel of the Lindbergh case Men with grappling hooks removed Lhe Irom the bay near the San MaieoHaywiml bridge from i which Thomas H Thurmond and i Jack allegedly admitird throwing their vicim aler knockini him unconscious a brlc and Fourth street about 530 a m binding his arms with wire on and his carcrashed into the rear of a milk truck parked in Ihc highway According to testimony given by SAN JOSE Cal Nov UP the scene and as Fletcher opened the door of the car he was kicked in the stomach by Casperson Fletcher said he then struck Casperson in the jaw which the Utters features verified and then called Patrolman Reed and Handy who placed Casperson who Handy said at the hearing had been drinking under arrest oi two jobless men thai i kidnaping and killing i Brooke U Hart 22 young business He has launched n gigantic civil works administration designed lo I give temporary winter work lo 4000 now on the relief rolls nnd fill j lhe gap caused by delay in the S3 ks program CHOIR TO REORGANIZE Harts body was sought in tlie muddy depths of lower San Francisco Bay District Attorney Fred L Thomas Santa Clara county said he would prosecute Thomas Harry Thurmond 30 and J M i Jack i Holmes 32 under a new stale law against kid napers who use violence The men were held in San Francisco prison because of local feeling Young Hart disappeared last Thurs AVIS DETAILS HUGE PAYMENTS TO GRAFT KING HOMK OK LOCAL BIKH liY iiKH i Fire of uudrlcniilncd orlijln did eonIdemble dtimuitc lo Hie first floor I i ot Ihe lMks Home Fifth and Wrhh i lreets about u m loday The j like which slurlcd In the parlor in hhoInnit portion of the biilldinr wax 1eslifieS S22IUHK Was Col discovered by Hie JimlUir of the Kluir i public school which Is located nenxss for the Miret Itdiii the building who j j tinned In tin aliirm lo which district1 lire ocinpanlcs responded and fought lhe Ihuucs for ilxuu a liidt hour be fore I hey were subdued The turnlshiiiKK ol lh purKir dtupcrles and carpel wire ruined and tonsliliTuble was done tin building by smoke and water 11 Is iild ihe tiilcrior of Ihc lower por tion of Ihibiilldini will have to be KOveninKilt wns untl paluled The bisemnit leetetl Annually cction o e r n in e n Case Today Kollow Will Rosl Ilolidiiv lo OF EDDYSTONE IS SUMMONED Will lie Asked lo Explain Certain Discrepancies in Return Sheets Official Count of Voles lo Date Shows Pechin Lead Lessened was flooded by Ihe used lo meitch Ihe iiinount Iliums of water A reorganization meeting of the choir of the Second Presbyterian 300000000 public vot successful it would leave only about hpVd nichl m lne church preccd 4000000 unemployed a figure which inK rehearsal Officers j elected were Miss Elizabeth Pidt cock president Francis ONeill vice president Mrs William R Schuler some regard as normal Mr Roosevelts other shortcut is the managed dollar which has aroused widespread questioning Com modity prices have not risen proper Continued mi Page Twenty CliurchTThird was FEDERAL PAY DAY FOR MILLION INI EN llronke Hurl 22 son of prom in rut San Ins Iul merchant MIS slain sbcrlly after liis liy nlxiiicors ulio drove mills tti San Matro ISridjvo crustictl llir skull wilh a bruk aflrr wiring bis hands hchiml him and cast his body into Sin FrannsiO liay accord iiiR lo mlice ivlio liclil two men us lhe slayers The men then fried lo collect SJIOOOO ransom and witr Continued on Pngc Twenty NKA AS ILLEGAL lice Association Order of Police secretary Duncan Stewart treasurer Mr Stewart is also musical director of the choir i IKOGHESS ICEPOKTED At a meeting of the Chester Po WASHINGTON Nov lion men expected to be piu to next wock on lccr1 projects under Civil Works Administration will RIDLEY PARK i KING PROROGUES FILES THE PARLIAMENT While the niiiional iiiulinit millions tit dollars yently to enforce tho national prohibition net j nn allcuid rtni in this city and county was SJJOOOO a year from petOILS lhey encouraged to lunore l Ku h wus lhe tesllmony of I0liiir A Unvis aci1 ijovirniueul wilnesi who iTsumeil the rltuid in lVderal Court In Philadelphia lilts mornlne Ill i cMimatL of 1Javis til flrM veal ot ihe tiny yesierdny IDiiCiirt cd the dliiliM day of intrhil Ihe proscrulor Chel es spindin nnwt of the day lu Davls identify documentary evidence jn On form of senreh war riuiis iind nicniorutula which wi by lhe In prrpariition of ihe ense completed his direct testi mony shortly after ihe p in and was turned over lor tTOSi exumlnatioii He was lhe tiirnei lo j day for fired by John R K I Scott who yesterday afternoon de voted most of his time to attacking tlie chnnictir DI UKwilness j Scot l ronsutned lhe first hour his after iudr Welsh hud fori niiilly opened court at oclock in I Oavis with refcrince j lo hi direct testimony riven be UDeomforl petlainitiR to the and able in ail Iho assortiiitnt of liuuutu warrants served by htm many of Uiem unconiforl wlnle llavis was on Ihe stand he wus handed iruvenlment exhibits search and warranis to ex amine thsil had taken up of all of yesterday for the wilues to explain what disposition hud been made of each Individual cae after the war rants had been served Stroll endeavored lo test he in JUNIOR BOARD AIDING WORK OF HOSPITAL Official Reviews Activities ol Women Wlio Have Formed Unit I Prosperity Shop Is Source KIT I our discrepancies in tinreturn sheets of the election board in ihn Northern Precinct of Kddyslone bor ough wenuncovered yesterday j llir labulalitiK board rnnlimiccl tin official count of Iho votes cast at the General Election under ihe super 1 vision of Judge at Media Four Democratic candidates re ceived according lo the return ulunls from Krtdysione nnd Indue MuDule ordered the board ihiuuijht in today Hi explain Die iriTciiiu ilics Two Dsmocral ic ciui jdidolcs including Nalhan Pcchln Democraili candidate for Sheriff re ceived Ti votes while ihe oilier four candidates received nothing It wns reported that tho election board WHS in error as Ihe totals turned In lo tinRepublican hcad of lhe witness concerning sev Hood which is like to bieak your NEW HAVEN Conn Nov criticism of the Roose velt administrations NRA policies tempered wilh praise for its energy and government expense cutting stood out today as keynotes of the address of Representative James M Bck ol Pennsylvania delivered last night at the annual meeting of the Connecticut Manufacturers lion ai Becka noted defender of and au thority 6rivUie constitution declared the constitution is seriously threat ened by lhe administration policy of hurdling legal mandate and moral authority on pretext of economic emergency Ke asserted the NRA methods and If the written constitution can be sus pcndcd during any emergency we are not living under a written gov ernment of limited powers at all he declared He opposed Soviet recognition He struck at coercive power at times brutal to compel the American peo ple lo rlo what they would have done willingly PLANNING FOR PENNA MEN and the Federal held last night in the hearing room of police station reports vrere heard regarding thc progress made for holding the an iuiat ball in the armory Eighth and Sproul streets on Friday evening January 5 1934 day i The President sent a circular let ler lo nil government departments nnd independent establishments like the Veterans Bureau Federal Re serve Board government priming oflicc etc advising them to set thc payoff machinery in motion dur ing next week ts Name Commitj George V Says Anns Ncgo tce to Demand Changes in Tax Assessments erul of ihrse warrants ly from onto thc oilier but DM vis wits i no cnurhl without n proper cxplnua tlon for eiich particular ease Afirr tlie oclock recess his line of cross ex of Revenue Appeal for aficr tuc election j lhat Ihc xero candidales received a ASsisttinee isubrtaullal number of votes At the close of yesterdays count Pcchln wus still slowly losing ground Mrs Belle Starr UiolK pubhdly 0 MJOI cienenil O Price Jr his chairman of the Junior Hoard of the I Republican opponent Wilh 09 piC Chtsur Hospital loday Issued Ihe i rhurls cotupleled Ilcliin has lliGSli folion slitcmrnf votes while Major General Price has ioiioiv statcmcni 183HO u majorily ot for Pcchln Another eleclion board lo be called loday to explain errors m the return jilutts lhat from the Second ward MnvLTlmd township Here it found Ihe number of voters on Ihn check list dillered from lhe number of voles recorded on the public coun ter on the voting machine Judge MacDade warned repiesenla lives of both parties who inspect ma chines in the irovmly ganiKe when a dlscreptuiey arises to inspect only the miichlnns designated To do otherwise he suld might lead lo eon lo Hive and lo receivi Pity for soiiulhiiif or someone weaker or Hitler Hum you uve is not so bad can usually do Komethinj lo help But piiy for oiueoue vho you knowis your or supeiior is a choliini liiKomforUbli An aroused Ridley Park citixenry emphasized in umnislakabie terms its opposition to a thrscquaner million increrse in on real al a mar inching hold in the bor Be Pushed aonlinuetlon Pace Twenty r j Without Germany j BURNS ARE FATAL TO FARMHAND P M C IS READY PROJECTS TO AID FOR ARMY TEAM REEMPLOYMENT iSSESI ninht Hundred FollowGovernment to Name Ex ers to Accompany Eleven to West Point Tomorrow ecutive to Cooperate With Local Directors said today in a speech on the prorogation of Pirliamnit auditoriuni wan rcridintiie House of Lords before the mcm d womsii of J bcra of by Lord ihe msitins Sehhey tlie Lord Chancellor Only ngrcdto the namten peero wore present inj of a committee to confer with the ParUamenis adjournment will be a county board of assessment and rej brief one will meet iiyain Tucs viion al Media touiy when demand i day with in usual Htase ceremony vMllbr made thai Ridley Park re Tlie King discussing dotnooiic prob LONDON Nov amcnt negotiations must be pushed i vicorousiy despite dislocation tfiuiicd Adam Wells 40 of 1005 Concord by Kinp avenue a farmhand employed on the farm of Lewis Perez on the Dutton Mill road Morgan in Astnn if it can nui find an outlet Tlien thera is the dtner rJways of this in arliculate piiy inakhu u blunder and hurting sensliive frtoiul exposed lo it Only through Ijfiiif to lielp in some concrete way Ls pity released Into no lonuor a misery either to giver or lo receiver This is the function of charity to establish a natural and comfonnbie relation bilwern some leui ponmly luckier than others God lifeboats Wtdnesday morning nnliiuiitl on Intco TwetitJ REVIVED FOR MISSING SEAMEN VALENTIA Nov that Ihn iS seamen of the British freighter Saxllby who took to Ilia may times in i he have survived mountainous seas was inow lhe number Mast lew years wo have all said smUGlliy revived today lliere but for lhe uractof God to 1 nml next vear it mav bi I t i Tin iiieciiii iiiiiiiv whirl T township was burned to death nv T t it HouiuJ terday afternoon when his clothing 1 nlv of 1 e hnr Lies vom ignited by sptrks Iron a bonfire land nm su v he e Wells vns standing near a fire in are nan i worthy onts in these hnznrdou limes Three steamers wirelessed Valentin station that between 5 and ic n m today G M T i midnight 1 a m they ubwncd i distress rocket about miles from the position iriven by ilie Savllby be temnc a field when a piece of tar rop which j llu oRfrr shotildlendHhei slle wns In ft ter he hnd ued arotnul his waist for a jL Ksneeds are so manv ami our i Billc belt iKuEd and set lus clothing ahrc it j Thevessels uinnftdiatcly resu Tile mans screams aliricied othfr so mprm hat we cnnnci fill it s the senrtrn abandoned turn lo the 1930 assessment and a lems referred warmly to men working in a nearby field who beat foni out the flames and then took Walls otherwise must fail us Its n reefs arc if anything moie pressing than Continued on Page Twenty Continued on Twenty HIC n tiling mine pi csMng Ltian thc cllcslci nospitul where he winter more press ing than ever umcd but thus far their efforts have been fruit less Present indications are that Judd Timms bit red tccni of Pennsylvania Military College will have lots of local backing tomorrow when they step out onto the gridiron of the United States Military Academy at West Point N Y to pit their messed ttrength and skill against the un defeated Army team It is believed by those Interest in llocfj employment good cfTccls will roon lib fell m county as a result cC the employ ment conference held in Wcshinston D C where President Roossvelt i the necessity of hastening i action under Federal id project i plans vhich it is cstimaiod will proj suci S Duty of Chester Citizens died soon after admission The body was laken lo the morgue of Deputy Coroner George White at Third and Morris streets before Here Iheti is an outlet for all tlie us COLD TODAY Cfiiilliiucil on Pace Fntirlcen The game will have unusual signifi vide employment for approximately HARRISBURG Nov President Roosevelts civil works pro prm got undcnvay today in Penn sylvania where about will brsnrnt givinu work to approximately SOaOOO persons Eric H Biddie Civil Works Admin istrator for the stale asked State Department heads to submit to him cance as it is the first football contest between the oldest and thc second oldest military institutions of the col lese grade in this country P M C has met Army teams on the polo field and tanbark but never in other de partments of sport Approximately 300 train reserva I have already been received by Pascnssr ASPIU William Toppin of ihe local division of ths Pennsylvania Railroad who has arranged for a ispccinl train for thc accommodation by the early part of liaxt week lists of the football team the cadet corps nf projects upon which work can be gin immediately I The program will spread out durj T ing lhe rest of the month to the enj M tire state with appointment of mu nicipal civil works administrators to ascertain what local projects can bs included in the emergency program Biddlc hopes to have all projects started by lhe middle of December Half of those lo be given woik Diddle told cabinet members will IK drawn from the relief lists and half from the selfsustaining unemployed of the state Conlinucd on Page Twenty men within the next few months No definite annouuecmeius have reached this area concerning proj ects to be a part of the prosrnm However it has been announced through Washington within short time a local cii ariminlslrnlor for al empoyircnt nd Federal Aid projects will b3 appoinirtt by tin ad ministration It Vill br 111 duly o i this executive to work hand in hrnd with the local reemployment office located at Eleventh and Madison 1 streets and nndor the charge of m m w m C a sw i f T t to Aid Red Gross Roll Call SOCIALISTS URGE AMERICA PLANS to AM Kea Lross KOU UlU ms PENNA ASSEMBLY While more than 2000000 Amer ican1 bore in ihe World War they were cared for both in Ihe trout lines the forwardaid stations and in thebfise hospitals u rrcuorrnlion centers The work of caring for these mer I ws car ried on by til Americitn Vrti Irci thovMicli of vnlch burdens in CTpro h hrre ind rbrod nd made their lo mor cheerful Thn YTI move ihfn 15 years non till the effonr cf the American Rd Cross as iupdc possible Shrough the returns of the annual Roll Call arc o V TT v llfVATT HUlMit E E White The appointment of the turned to Ihe assistance of thn hun local Federal project head will be drcds of veterans both able and dis made by Harry L Hopkins director i allied for whom they serve as the direct rcprerrntntives of the War De i pariment and the Veterans Bureau Continued on PacTwenty In the work of the Home Service Section oi the local chapter American Red Cross and in all chapters of ihe nation there am daily visits by great numbers of men who have served in some branch of service cither dur ins the Irtc war or other wars Some visit the cfiics seeking errtain in forniniion from their servir hrlu by lhe Dspartmrnt in Pcrhrps thry may vih o this information in obtrininp a job or receiving nllcwaiKv due Uicrn under Ihe laws of the Govern ment or perhaps heir record is de manded by tome veterans group with whom they arc affiliated Whatever lhe need for the record the Red Cross office staff stands ready at all limes i Continued on Page Sixteen About Fourth of he 53 Measures Presented Are From Two of Them They Ask Big Appropria tions Milk Acts Ready Tor Momlav RUSSIA TODAY Announcement Seen Im minent After Final Talk at White House Will Take Form of Joint Statement by Roosevelt and Lilvinov DIES VICTIM OF AUTO Jack Hanlon prominent in Penn sylvania for 30 years as a pro moter nnd manager died in Philadel phia early today from injuries re ceived when he was struck by an automobile while crossing a itreet last night once considered among the leading welterweights in the country CARGO The molorship Chester Sun Cap lain Joihua ITutton docked at thc plant of Ihc Sun Oil Company Mar cus Hook yesterday with a cargo of in bulk which is being dis rhnrccd nt tho local plant Mr and JIrs Arthur Moss of Paris France nre sailius todny irom Norfolk Va on the City of Ham of Ihe Baltimore Mail Line for their home after visit of sev eral month in this country The couple visited Mrs Mesa mother Mri A D MacDade wife of Judge MacDade Mr and Mrs Mos who arc writ ers of note made arrangements here for publishing several books upon which they have collaborated as hus band and wife something uncommon in literary circles The life of Henry Burger author of La writ ten by them Is to be published in America They also iiuervirwod President Franklin n Roojjvelt and Mrs iloosrvelt in Washington recently in brhali of n French magazine and were impress thc cordiality i patriotic impulses nnd generous rc icepion to thc newspaper and maga zine representatives FLOATING AIRPORTS TO BE FINANCED BY U S Welfare Fund Campaign Returns HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY Vy Inilcil Trrss AT HOWIE Quota Initial Gifts Com milte SHir200 Inciustrtnl Cor porations and C o r p o raion Employes Professional inrt Busincrs Mens Committee Clubs To Date 0900000 1011122 Dulcin Plain Ace Triolet Desert Sands Mini Mission Chcraw Banks Feudal Iord Miss Carr Bank hmployes fnl Grannys Trade Iadficlrt Attorneys Thistle Play Dentists Way Herkimjr Grnve Darl Fluffy rfnialis Mnrhilln Jlnrinlir Ticer Iov Xn Mis take Weather clear I rack fast I 718500 Doctors Real Fstae Merchant Busi nrs Houses O filers ploves n Sari 10003 80000 48250 60800 13200 j HO03 lr7101 HARRISBURG Pa Nov UP Approximately onefourlh of the bills introduced in the House during the firs week of the extra ordinary Feision of the Legislature have been by the two Socinlisl mem brrs from county 1 members hnv dumped f3 i Viiis into ihe a check showed i today aicl of number 12 carried iimrs citlier of Rep Darlington or Lilitli Wilson both of WASHINGTON Nov The United States Was expected to re new diplomatic relations with the Sovicl Union today ending a IByear j WASHINGTON Nor UP The Government today made no change in thc price of newly mined American gold from Ihc S3356 an j ounce price sel yesterday i Todays Washington price Was 93 i cents under the world price set in London today i The London price today was 129 j shillings 2 pence down 4 pence from yesterday On lhe basis of the early high exchange rate for thc was equivalent to a fine ounce i TO I5lv KXTKMMTFl HAPR1SBURG Nov Extradition papers were approved to day for tha vciurn of three fugitives from Pennsylvania to face charges in Virginia Maryland and Connecticut One of the men to be extradited is Vaughn T Stonecyphcr wanted for iRreeny in Norfolk Va and now held at Darby CAKlOAniNGS REPORT WASHINGTON Nov Tii measures bearing the nnmer of f iwo Socialists members would provide for state appropriations of i 000000 In addition they would i crciUe a number of addilional well i i paid posilions on the state payroll j lloops has sponsored eight bills rd his colleague lour j Creation of an unemployment in dnmiiy board of four members each i a alary of SHOOO a year i U in oiif of Hoopes bills Thi board would have charge of ad ministering unempioymeni insurance 10 workers The board also would i have the authority to engage clerks I invetignlors and other employes in administering Ihe act An appropriation of S80000000 is modestly proposed by the bill to pay he slates contribution to the in surance fund The employers would I be required to supply a similar amount 1 Ho also has sponsored a bill to approjjrialr S 100 000000 for unem mnl relief in Hie slate for tlie bal nre of thr biemiium which closes May SI 103o The money would come from Ihe commonwealth ceneral fund i and i would brpxptndrrt by thc state rmcrgency relief boinl according to i the bil Mrs Wilson lias a bill in Ihc House breach between the two world powers The American Railway Every tvidence of such u step was given at 1 a mlt Prtvidrni and Foreign Commissar Lilvinov ended an earnest twohour talk nl the White Honue While they conferred army trucks moved diplomatic files of tlie old Russian Imperial Government from its while slone embassy on Kith street i They were to be examined by Stale i Department and Soviet officials i The announcement of Soviet recog nition was expiTtcd to lake the form of a ioitit statfiueiH by the Preside nl Association announced today thai carlosrimei for tinweek ended November 11 to talled ruTnti cars a decrease of 30 100 under the preceding week IhL yenr but an increase of 40389 above thc week in 1032 U S TKKASUKY BALANCE WASHINGTON Nov The treasury net balance for Nov 15 was Miscellaneous internal revenue receipt that day were S222248380 Customs receipts for and Lilvinov who have betn exploi the month through Nov 15 were S14 ins SovielAinflican probltius for the forth tin nun of counter property claims Communist propisnnrin and the freedom of Lcnicnl was expected to set prinicplrs lo govern settle A srollp of ropresentri lives of tha Mien iustons as oebls ppn15ylvanla Stmc Workmens Com pensation Bord sat in the city police court hearins room yesterday and heard n number of compensation claims ciMlimieil on Iajtc Twenty AUTOOVEIITURNS DRIVER UNINJURED Automobiles owned by Mrs BeuSah Niblett 116 Porrestvicw avenue Park side and Stewart Enicly i2 Arbor rtrrel Lansdowne were dninaprd in a collision at the intersection of Sev enteenth and Chestnut streets yes terday afternoon MIT Niblettwas driving south on Chestnut street and Kmcly wn driv ing west on Seventeenth Mnvt at the i time The ear driven liv Mis IAXnSLTDEf KHL NIXF BOGOTA Colombia Nov UP persons were known dead at Mnnizcles today in landslides caused by torrential rains Search continued for bodies in thc ruins of workers home The Weather An rrlists rinicspilnn cf propord lanrlins field nr Mitironin eiinslrurtioii nf Vas born np rrrvcd liy be gcvjnnvcnl mill ii all likcMlicn Mir work will tie iiiieC he Sim SUisiynrd and DrydmU Cnm lliir rit cf Dail 5oirr liiTiit aiiuouners Ibr Piililie Wcrss Ariniilrlralion lias tn i tclrmint nf paiir rve Jiir tr nrrn or rans in rcpniar rrrvicc Tlpns rntl expenditure of At Irfi Kdvard K rf rnllyoak Dr inventor of the rradromr cirmnti I slrnlinp his models lo put the Senate in the business of j Niblctt was overturned but tlie driver j manufacturing liquor as well as injuries ing it She proposes a commission of Continued on Page Twenty ALLOTTED FOR NEW PROJECTS WASHINGTON Nov 17aiPi Puolic WorkAiirmnislrilor Ickeran rloiicti for nonFcticral projects I in H states and Hawiii tMANN SUES LAWYERS i IN 500000 MADI I CLEVK1AN13 Nov Conrad Mann Kriuas City business man and civic lorsdrr who was saved from s prison icnn by prosldrutial pardon loday fioi lire for a 5000W iudcniciit ncpiiv tlxo attor nry who him in his trial en lottery charges Nov forecast Kaslrrn Pcnnsylvaniii ClniulT tn niflit and Saturday probably rain or light snnvr in outli portion and light snow In north portion Western Pennsylvania Iifhl rain in south and light rain or snow in tiorlh portion tonight and Saturday much warmer tonight colder in west pnrlion Saturday afternoon TODAYS i a m 7 a m 8 a 9 a 10 a m m in 24 II 25 25 1 2f 2 32 a m m m 33 3S   

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