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Chester Times (Newspaper) - November 20, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania HAVING BROUGHT THE 6fAR INTO FINAL EDITUM With All Latest and Best News of the Day 58TH 17754 LMSCC Wire of United Press and International News Service CSt CHKSTHK A MONDAY NOVEMIHIK L10 W PUICH TWO CENTS STARTS OPEN i PROBLEMS FACE ICQUNTY REVISION TOMORROW IN CONSPIRACY CASE ORIN HARBOR CRASH Mrs Ann Berry Sharpies editor and publisher of Thc Swarthmorj can Swarthmorcs weekly news paper has been appointed to fill thc j position recently occupied by her late i I husband Robert E Sharpies that j UnHrli v VWlflipfl Tnfliv of personal clerk to Grovcr C Talbot i JiOllCiaj UeuaiCC1 10lia of thc Housc of tO Permit AtrnCVS to lives at Hnrrisburg Mrs Sharpies duties will lake her CoiUCr to Harrisburs three days of each j week during lhc session of thn legis The Sharpies home SlllTOUnds Strati berry is in Thornbury township fSdtsawycrs for DcJGENERArPRfCE MAINTAINS LEAD IN VOTE COUNT Tabulation of Ballots Castj in 124 Precincts Comj pletcd Saturday Interest Heing Directed to Chester Vote Which Will Be Counted Last What will the defense be That is the question that was on c jninds of nearly everyone having rn Interest in the case of he United Stales Government versus State Sen ator John J McClurc and 74 cocle fendants who will open their defense tomorrow Today was declared a holiday in Federal Court The defendants all of whom arc brig tried before Federal Judge George A Welsh in the U S District Court Philadelphia arc accused of a cpllosal conspiracy to violate the na tional prohibition Irws Their fate rests in the hands of 12 men all with oiv exception bring of middle age There arc tvO alternates who have listened to thn more than two million words of testimony that been by the 141 witnesses who were 1 ate pi by thc government With Major General William G Price Jr maintaining a lead of 157 i votes over Nathan P Pechin his US Attorney General Chet Dcmoclatic rival for Sheriff thc abui A who was recalled from priatinR bonld at Mcdia started thc i vatc practice in Kansas City Mo devenlh day of the official election v where ho is a law partner of U S i colmt under the supervision of Judge Senator Pat Harrison rested the epvj Albert Dutton MacDade this morn crnmenfc case last Saturday morning lne a mnues These witneLses were two wives of I 238 completed General RUSSIAN ENVOY BOARD CANCELS TO WASHINGTON TAX ASSESSMENT Troyjinovsky to Tic Up Loose Ends of Recognition War Former Ambassador to Japan Arrival pccted isi December WASHINGTON Nov 2 j The Soviet Unions niw Alexander Troyanovsky SI will face a mutitude of diflkit problems OH his arrival here in DccrrnbrT Me will attempt flrt to up ends of negotiations conducted by his chief CommisMir Maslm Lil vinov Outstanding tasks will include tttlcmcnt of debts and counter claims and of American credits lor financing Soviet I purchase He has had rich xpeni vicechuirmaii of the Soviet Slate Phtnninf Commission lie his been intimately associated with Russias now urn Troyanovsky only diplomatic post i as Soviet Ambasador in Tokio leaves no doubt that he will think politically in terms of the United i Stales in thc Far Easi His mission will be facilitated by i the increasingly friendly interest of i Americano for the Sovin Union Even the most embittered foes of communism here are eager to en inrge SovietAmerican trade and as President Roosevelt emphasized lo 20 Per Cent Slash in Heassessment oi All Properties New Notices Will Ik Sent Out Taxpayers Jubilant Over Reduction HER SECRET SORROW IS REVEALED FA IK AND WARMUR a SovietAmerican of William A McClurg Fourth ward i The Republican candidate increased j Hciilsdilaml in the shadow nf the i ncgotiatm politician aivj a defendant in the his narrow margin on Saturday when statue of Liberty in New York liar aggression pact 1 his recalls tiuit one case five precincts were completed in the The Munarno was without pasL llc agreements the United Saturday afternoon and night and short session giving Price 1034 votes censers the Dcutsdiland carried 290 States concluded with Isnnst Ambar all of yesterday and this morning thc and Pechin 1066 defense in Theprecincts tabulated were Lans closctcd with many of thc defendants Ido wne First 200 Pechin arranging their plans of defense j 272 They stcrifastly refused to divulge i Lansdownc Ninth 119 Hicir plans nor would they say how Pechin 202 many of the defendants would take i Marcus Hook Third the stand 228 Pechin 124 WOMEN HEAR That more than 20 of those on Marplc to w n s h i Price 323 trial will be acquitted was hinted J Pechin 186 Saturday by Mr Keycs who after Media Eastern 205 resting his case breathed a sigh of Pechin 282 relief and remarked that from then Media will be completed today and on he would breathe easier being as ifc expected that Middletown tovn the great responsibility of the case 1 ship Morton Millbourne Newtown wa1 off his shoulders i township and Norwood will also be Speaking oft the record to a j tabulated before theend of the day Approximately 800 yomen Attended group of newspapermen in answer to a question GcorRC Bakhmctrv was ironic ally a treaty for the advancement ol signed at Washington two months after war swept across Europe i Bakhmctcv was succeeded in Ivinc 1917 by an unrelated namesake Boris j Bakhmctcv who arrived as Krcnen skys envoy accompanied by n nit r n mcroiis political economic and linani Christian Womanhood mission From November W17 Theme of Paulist Father jtho Kussian Emba5sy was at Mission Service Mast File Appeal for Bigger Reduction The following announcement was made today by the Delaware County Taxpayers Afsoiiation All ownersespecially those whose new notlcru call lor in Icts than PO of last yeprs amouni should understand thin feature of thc plan agreed to between the County Hoard of As and Ihc committees of tax payers All who foci that the proposed new assessnients i which arc1 yars amounts 20 are still too high should Mile appeals with the County Hoard of on the dalrr lixcd in notices recently mailed out Those who have been advised of new as sessments which show a reduction of greater than 20 of last years amounts can ict the bcnelit ol hat preatr reduction only if thcy llle an appeal and claim it In other words all proposed new mcnts whether increascs or dc are cancelled and auto matically properties arc assessed in every casv on the basis of last years amount Iws 20 The Hoard of Aarsors have told us that thcy will recognise the right of those bcntited by a rcaer decrease than if this situation is defi nitely called to their attention b an appeal liled at the fixed time and phicc Appeal forms specially preparcc for tho purpose can be proeurcc through lhc Delaware County Tax payers Association by Sntiuiry a the oflkrs of Samuel 13 Clyde No 20 Efist Fifth strcjl and James I Rnukin Ko 515 Welsh street lair niul warmer is thr forecast i for today in KaMorn Iennsylvanta New Dclawanand Maryland i It will be cloudy tomorrow prob i iibly with rain by uiKhl I The hiRli Icmpcrature here yes j tcrdav was 12 dfKreis a I i p m low lll ni 10 a m Th average I wiir 40 or four less than normal lliph lor 11 if date was VT In 10Jl i iiud low Lt Ilirce years lalcr j Sunrise today wns nt fi a and will I ll p i KaMcrn Htaudaril Him PINCHOT LIQUOR 2ASURE FACES A LIT Stilc Stores 1lan Draws Fire Laiffc City Itejircscnlalivcs m m MASSE MOVE FOR A MILLION JOBS ON TODAY lisurs Many Amendments De manded Legislature Meets Toniirht nl Sylvin Sidney In doleful PIIMS suili us this nflrn at Irilinlrd lo her secret sorrow Thc rralilv if this sorrow was Nov To rod on the shores of a troubled wcpt lcrilalivc sea Gov inrhols limior program i fuecd a jplit genera assembly and i ths piciurr of powerful llriuor In rovernnient lo IMIHI Km1 ICITMI imiay Ripulluuns Uouuicrals and dlsttl 011 IlVIl lery ivprcciitalhc fvom all secions of the commonwealth turned to tho capHol for public caucuses laid informal discussion of Ihe rtx point thc governor has thc legislature to ndont Tin result of should be known 1 tonight when the McClure Control I Hill second reading In the lower I chamber KMablirihtuciil nf lrte stores as WASHINGTON Nov 211lUPi pi in idcd by Ihls bill drawn thc i One million jobless mm and women oppit lllou of thc Republican lcir Mvcrc to find employment throughout i iator from Philadelphia Pittsburgh Mhc country on civil work projects and oilier larger cities Rural mcm today starting a IUHF movement de bcr object to the rigid restrictions tinned lo remove persour pliucd upon places desiring to nualify from Hie relief rolls by December If for retail liriiif Cooperation cf state and muniI Although CUncrnor Pinchot insist Projects in States Set Aside for Watfcs Will Lift Mil lions From Relief uhcii I lie ilrmurR dual plllclals was relied upon bv Ad the basic principles of his Hqiior pro tin olirr day Mrcrn star ahvays had hroii is thi ilauKlitrr of a Nciv VirU diMitisf iipcrs ih NLVV Surircino fath K minis ralur Harry b Hopkins lo ir carry out Ihe schedule Four hundred million IUIIM reinali Intact lcglrlators arc tiuuiuKllnu manifold amendments in the control measure Republicans Court iiriiust lirr ITI available for wages Hopkins viid wento caucus with ICtlwurd Martin rithn Victor Knsmv rlruRoil om public works Hepubllean state chairman this aCt vith In pxluil Illlul approprliited by the special cruoon In hope of nijiceinii tome US Kill from hr uiiilir Ilirnit hnvCession of CimRiVM last suinmer It plan of linrmcnloiis action pcmo lur by Dr SiKimiml i vviu slllu directly without con SUl aniiullrtl tract crats lottrl In thnir dcnunclalion of MHIIC of the bills fcuturo were to accepted Ihc rhallniRe Mlve if an airing at an evening caucus presented by the lack of work lor While the chief interest ha bocn of willing and capable work iiauilcst in lhc control document it Hopkins declared Relief is not is only one of four poinis of his aco cnough Our goal Is real jobs at holic set up ihitt it confronted with trouble Two public hearings wcro re 111 wages The wagrs are intended lo provide i work relief until the red tape con nf plans and specifications I cnlimis and approval can be disposed i Continued on Last At thc conclusiun of a conference of nearlv four hours duration msm j of ihe County Board for the A3 Hoard for Alleged of to Inaugurate public works such as slum clearance public buildings Hood control reclamation and col lateral projccts Thn workers on tin civil works FORMER RESIDENT IN scssmcnt ami Revision of Taxes on oMhc I rolls and registers oMho unemployed Neglect UuCi Nov Cotidniiprl on Inpc Ten SERVICES AT TRINITY CHURCH ADVERTISING FIRM A large coiisrcKiillon assembled In I he auditorium of Trinity Methodist ChurcU Eighth and Bullcr Saturday afternoon adopted a formn resolution authorizing thc 20 per crnt i slash in realty assessments that had prison board of trustees at Eastern Penitentiary dismissed from office by Governor Oiflord Pinchot ren per cent of U be appeared plain why the tallies showing the the mens mission to begin Thursday votes cast for or against thc Eight night and lasting until Sunday T T I T v ut I Y L fv iilu i I ul rl k IN FIFTH AY ARD centh Amenoment were missing RCV John T McGinn and Rev Al corciine to a recsnt announcement Harrv T Mitchell formerly of this been announced the preceding ninht today Dismirsal is immediate and1 city and nn esnwmber of the ChesI It was 130 oclock whm Harry M n succesfor was named Continued ill Iagc Ten launched four weeks ago came to a n inrt c ad Miichcll Tchicro ac A raiding squad composed of city detectives and police led by Captain George Fceney o the i from the general return sheets all instances pears and neral return sheets In i bcrt A Murray of the Paulist Order Mr Mitchall the Times the election board apNew York are in charge of the Misi wcnj o Philadelphia he bc nn discrepancy is sion Father McGinn last night gave crvmc OHC of the best known ncws HnfnrHvo PlacE1 on lhc court record by the a convincing sermon on the subject pnpnen cf that citv and later went 2 iccai Qvicciue i stenographer are permitted to retire i Christian 0 Civ York Ke srvcd overseas Fifth warf Sati and I thc many changes that j with the Twentyseventh Division have been iroine on dunns the past j and wrote a history of that famous c i Father McGinn none organization Upon his return to this tablishments in thc Fifth ward rcct tric crror night where liquor was being j An amusing sidelight monolonv of Ubulating h c becn t M thosc collccm C0untry Onr of the DHcVraMed wis thit whcl l ing tho womans position in thc world busings rnd scored a big success be board to Judge Maci WB0 have lmivcrsal suffrage ing prominent in automotive advcr taking their places ni tising circles He handled the ac he entered lli advertising Birncy Jr chairman of Ihs board put the motion to adopt the resolu tion which was approved by the In anufiuncinf HID dismissal Gov ernor Pinchot said yesterdays at tempted outbreak tit the jail had no olher aiembrrs of the board James influence on his decision J Skelly and Aclolph J Klinkn Ths The governors nclion was a fulfill mcctins was held i thc county comj ment of his plcdR to remove the missioncrs public room in thc courtj chairman unless Woolninn tendered house at Media his resignation as demanded by thc The resolution declares that all i chief executive Saturday Governor nsssssincnts proposed for the years Pinchot blamed Woolman for over 1934 1035 and 19M are hereby canI crowded conditions nt thc Cherry cclcd In place of ths iusjissmems HiH institution in Pliilrifielphia where QUARTET ACCUSED of Paul Lyzan 43 in the 700 block j Caldwell street where they found a I quart bottle half filled with liquor behind the bar md two highballs on a table in thc barroom According to Fceney evidence in ths form of two pints or liquor purchased in the place are in thc hands of the police Lyzan was held by Magistrate Honan in the sum of Jury Thc other place lablishmcnt in ti Eichth street Her a gallon ol liquor in a small room in seventieth anniversary of Lincolns the rear of thc building John Gettysburg address A detail of the Koemcceny 43 and Earl Swavely 45 camps military unit Company P arrested the former as the First Regiment Sons of Veterans prictor and tha latter as bartender j Reserves in command of Captain H They were held in S500 bail each for G Franklin participated with units the Grand Jury on thc charge of of thc first second and third regi possessing liquor All three of the i merits of the Reserve in the parade accused men secured bondsmen j which preceded the exercises IirC irvvmjj Continucil on Last Page i busincss and arts While counts of ssvcral of the leading au T rV n 15 I SOITIE changes have been for hte bet tomobile concerns JAlvtSl LilvUUl AL i tcrmont of the condition of women riTTTVCi3TTRr lTTTcNiono cannot help but fee that for the U O UUUU 1 Ki 17 Hi J I 1OOU IXU part thny brought about Q a lessening of esteem for womanhood 1 lo Members of Maior M A Gherst i There is need for new dedication for these yearn prepared by tho 211 oeputy afrcsors and for which no tices have been recently mailed all FILI riots have occurred recently Woolman refused to resign and branded the governors demand as expedient lo fasten the climax wilh every dollar realizedTlia j purpose of the campaign was to pro vide funds for the payment of old OF BEATING MAN lC8Ctllcr wlth fl After thc rendering of n musical Patrick Gorman of Beechwood program by the senior and junior road Parkstdc stilTrrctl injuries by the Harmony his face and right hnnd early of Philadelphia thc evening when he was attacked and j treasurer William Boycl Todd was beaten by a crowd of several man in etlUtcl lo chancel to report thc Ship Creek woods In the vicinity of sllcccs f the campaign After cx the quarry near the B and O railr prcssjI1B iiK appreciation and thc ap oid I priHlnUon of the tnisleen he reported He was found by Sergeant William j ult LllL goa l3rpn icrtched and DHchnckl of the Dcshong Park the congregation had gone over guards who notified the police ilc other members of the Irolmcn Prdrick and Stewart were board were then called to thc dispatcher lo the scene and took lhc i wliern and note wcro for ncplccting to remove prisoners in the cellar of a store and dwell last pieces of paper the choir under Mrs Kramer Casey 31 fvonl the crowded cells of the 103 ing at 103 Enst Third street Satur new model Thc governor unoccupied I i day night nbout oclock CAR DASJAGEP i cents an oynce ion July 31 1925 and lived at Todays quotation ws the first Lawndale avenue Bscchwood Pirk An automobile ovmcd by Robert change in the gold price sine last Havcrford township until September Jones of 417 East Eleventh street Tuesday when i war raised to S335G 20 1028 when Mrs Casey alleges was slightly damaged when it and held stationary at that level for her husband deserted her and their by another car yesterday the remainder of the week i sevcnycarolcl boy at Sixth and Parker streets It was DAMAGE IE 2 C HOLD FOUR MEN FOR THEFT OF CAR Four men who were extradited from Norfolk Va on the charge of stealing an automobile were held in i YOUNG WOMAN I IS CRASH VICTIM parked at the time Cadets Serenade Their Wonder Team FILLING STATION I SCENE OF HOLDUP Two bandits last nipht held up John Hadficld in of Kin of Prus trumpstcrs led the Dished bv districi nre com Ration in singing Praise God From The iiirm walounclcd from Whom All Blesstnprs Flow The rox 1 ounctccl lion lhf chok smglng An alarm called the firemen out In fit The Hallelujah Chorus It was an S congregation ruVuien out H the loyiHy and de Fue of unknown origin discovered to cxiiiguish a ftrc a twocar garage on the rear of U oundod Vo communilV The band with infiidelitv naming Flor a property a I Power and Commerce I he alaim AM otiwica cnc M Weart and Pa sirens at 2 o clock this 0 as the nlnrc badly damaged two cars and the in LTt terior of the buildiiifr a frame struc D A V MKIVTING turc The alarm was sounded pox 21 nllcj wns responded 10 by the Members of the Colonel lame Fclion and Franklin companies The j Jf Mrs Casoy also charges her hus sia road Radnor in a gasoline stai A G Campbell Chapter Disabled subdued after a 40 minutes j battle j When the P M C football playiiion on Lancaster pike at Ithan avcj American Veterans will meet at the ers members of the cadet corps and nue Villanova where he is employed home of thc Alfred Stovcnron Post Vn nri fnv iiin rrinrt imvhv TI v 11 xj vui TJ 1 A followers alighted from thc spcciar and took S30 out of thc cash repistcr Ko IDO American Legion 227 Vest bail each foi the Grand Ju y by Fatally Hurt Hurled i train at Sixth street station shortly Thcy left in an automobile parked j Seventh street this evening Plans n nniKn ronrt tins Saturciaynight they around tho corner after warning the will be made for a membership i were given a rousing reception by youth to stay quiet five minutes or drive Commander Luke A Donahue i thosc members of thc corps who had well return and kill will preside not attended thS Army game at West Point p T 720 i When word of tho great showing I 111 Near Chelsea Miss Margaret Miller 24 of Hinkson street this city died in the i made by P M C reached thc col Honan in police court this morning The men were Harry Hcflin 40 of Eleventh street and Joseph Doherty 26 of Read road Washington D C Henry Melhinger 22 West North avenue and Dave Hart 28 East I North avenue Baltimore Md Mclhinocr have stolen Ox en ford i Chelsea Both cars overturned Three j the station arriving there just as Hnfii to hive other persons were hurt two being the special came to a stop horn liilrrV nicked un on the lnkcn to thc hospital in Wili Thc brooms were set atirc and as up un i mington and thc otncr to thc ches the Glare from improvised torches The four men were picked up on j lor Hospital Mightcd up the surroundings drums Welfare Fund Reaches Lrvi H ZSMT was assisted by tho ruperinlendcnt of the Bible school Steven S Woodlen who offered thc cprnH prayer Thc members of Ihe hoard of trustees nre President B S Stalnlori vice president W S J Bennett treas vircr B Todd 1 R Brttncr K C T i i iKwinc J W Lawton W E McCoy Gen Johnson on ancl w B noan S ENFORCING CODES S NRA PROBL Plan as Scheme Enters Sixth Month CE SANDERSON LONG ILL Quota To Date Initial Gifts 5141820051141100 WASHINGTON Nov Industrial Corpora AT til NRA entered its sixth month 1 of operation OF DIKES BEING CONSIDERED code enfnrrrment s al o William H Conncll har bfcn appointed Federal voli Administrator for Philade Norwood Postmaster Is Secretary of Chester School Satisfied to Quit After One Weeks Duties r i T i j r TIM ni Employes Board Resident of ihisciub City 15 Years fliers sent out by thc police of this city They were brought back by members of the detective Saturday bureau U S TREASURY BALANCE WASHINGTON Nov The treasury net balance for Nov 17 was Sl26548263738 Miscellane ous internal revenue receipts for lhat day were Customs receipts for the month through No vember 17 were 1G3G041083 After receiving treatment he was were beaten bugles blown and thc held under S2000 bail by Magistrate Morgan of Swarlhmore to await thc action of the coroner Robert M Mathis 28 of 702 Madi college the celebrating cadets put on ton street is thc man under bond a snake It was a great day in the athletic nitisrr noctars 1 lhc s c adeis for the team Norwoods recently appointed Charles E Sanderson Sccrcnry o rent the air When the players cni master S Burton Bonsall who began n tcrcd tnsicabs to be conveyed to the his duties a week ago is apparently 71350 i He is working on a plan for coping of lnc Greater Eastmck Im r j provemcnt Arsoclation today Johnson hits refuscd to be I Ticslcr said the repairs to tlw 13200 drawn into a difcusriion of his inten V c Ma to wok immediately 1 loOO tious itwas believed today iiiai uc t through trade School Districi 1025 died early yesterday r i Houses Offices c 1 Employes of nas get rid of the job as he 1m homo 16 Sixteenth me was to secure thc appointment Bon after a protracted illness dunir 01 uoimu ic sail vho was named acting post which he was a patient in thr 200500 and brine the recalcitrants lo term 47377 In this connection the United HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY Continued nn LastPage history of P M C Gen Price Stole Show master to succeed Mrs Nromi Hazel tcr Hospual where ho underwent Republican who it is charged was maiov operation more than a year removed from ofiico for political ago He was enabled to return to ons resigned tho job last Friday his duties in thc school district oflir1 after serving n week He will be on several occasions for brief compcllcd to serve in the position riods but each time sufurcd rc until his succcrsor is appointed i currcucc of ill health Continued on Last rajc in Mrs Hazelwifc of pD i Born in Newport Pa in 1870 Mr t rom rmcnoc Total of 636 Automobile Accidents in 11 Months OVERCOME BY GAS William Aikcn 36 a resident of thc Third Street Mission was overcome by coal ga while sleeping this morn in He was discovered about 730 oclock and was takcn to the Chester Hospital in he police patrol and ad milted for treatment Ry lnilcrt Prrss there was appointed Norwood October 24 i station master lie first came to Chester h was rustaincd Six hundred and thirlysix auto no personal injury The Weather AT BOWIE Holier Lcnnir Urtrilm tion Infy Lady Nancy Khan Helios Allanali Gcrlip Stone Martin Barashkova Blucli 3Pia ROV receril Hcst TJy Test i to understand Thc incident was no 3FTT ROV reccil IJy Test to unaciRiana me iiiciuciii nut VJILCHSIUIV IJIIHULIIIIU o lVlr iioiisaii CliiTaid Knieht of Old Black only sufficiently dramatic to have Shannon able and popular ofTice i At tho time Mrs Hazel took chnrg Hand i made lhc first page of tho bis j was the beneficiary In reality by Norwood post office was relatively t 4porters Dream Bronzed dailies but il may have I think some i signing that bill Governor Pinchot i unimportant one and was little sougl 5Matj Frump i political value for thosc who arc acf blocked for five more years lhc honest nftcr charge iv an ght rct and Edqmont is now in bcini in charge of all cash turned in Mayor William Ward bv thc ivrn coming in from their ask City Council to Upon leaving the employ ol future date the IracUevi company Mr Sanderson i A large map of th was cmplrvcd for some vcars in the all the arteries of travel can 1 did in Ihe office of thcpolice chief It is Ihe fact that city ordinances per i tji j j i fTi i i in WASHINGTON Nov LP The weather forecast Ivislcrn Pennsylvania lair and iliphtly colder onlght Tuesday tn cloudiness and somewhat warmer Rain late Tuesday afternoon or night New Jersey Fair and snmcwlial colder toniiriil Tuesday inrrcalns clouiliurss wilh sovly rising Irm pcralurr Ituin late Tuesday aflrr noon or niffht Wcslrrn rcnusyhania Tair Canterwoori AVcalhcr clear Iratk fast fore its significance can hi esti I mated To begin with the National Mushier Charles Walton and E R Continued on Last Page Horn L r t Jr who may police saying that mort of the acu warmcj in yOUtiwosi portion lonisJit act ai some near dents wore diis to or a TurlTN routiv and warmer fol i direct violation of the motor laws hv rain city showing In his recornmcndfuioi to the j avel can bn seen Mayor Mr Dcavenport points out TODAYS TEMPERATURES ll police chief It is I Ihe fact that city ordinances per dotted with black white red and yd taining to traffic regulation m this fi a 0 11 a m bocrcl in low nins cilv are daily nagrantly disregarded a m10 Noon Tetary of Eah marks tho location of an j noUnly by traveling motorists but by a a 1 p m accident recorded this yrar thc black i S 2 111 J 51 63 32 52 Continued on Last Page represents automobile accidents where I Continued on Last Page 10 a m