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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - October 4, 1956, Chester, Pennsylvania                              OCTOUKK aiKSTKU IM TIMES 7 Democrats Are Blamed For Delay on New Port n Jonlishrire AWeapon In Australia SYDNEY Australia ifl The New Polio Cases Still Declining o WASHINGTON IDThere were new polio cases reported by CHESTER Poier J Murphy Chester Rcpubjcan candidate for reelection to the state legislature blamed lie Democraticcontrolled House for standing in tlie way of a new and revitalized marine port in Chester j Speaking at a precinct meeting Murphy said that if he is returned sor a series of bills to permit re phi was glnlcd for renovatioi and expansion 10 ils facilities Tllis to my mind is hul ono 0 wl fiction of a n Hollsp aml Sonnle in o activation and expansion o the Port ot Chcseter Last session he said I was very happy to sponsor a bill which would have permitted construction of a new marine port facilities os the waterfront in Chester and would have given employment to the people of our city KIUKI BV DEMOCRATS For if reflected be happy to again a I am cou nt thar a Republican Assem lcr in favor ot Philadelphia Clarence D Bell of Upland him i s a candidate for rwlertion iold the meeting that he only man in aD Pennsylvania respon sible for the actions of Gov Lead cr is Joe Clark of I the Democrat candidate for the US Senate And so Bell warned re at ground level today at the M ruling Proving Ground in South Visiralia It was the second iexplosion in Britains fourth series of test birPts The fiins went off satisfactor ily Supply Minister Howard Hcale announced The cloud behavior was as forecast vivji lorecast me corn and mvs the requirements of the niissioncrs okayed the payment Australi in Safety Committee I to a woman whose foot Tt f t i 1 C Kl n e I1 r Situation Nutty In Florida MIAMI Ka wvQuestion When is Miami liable for dam age caused by a falling coco nut Answer When it has had notice the coconut was about to fall Question How can you tell Answer A reasonable man would assume it was about to fall when it turns brown ex plained Asst City attorney f cases will be approximate Smith to city commissioner ll After that exchange the corn Twin Oaks Folk Return TWIN OAKS Mr and Mrs Linwood Fire Apparatus Has Radio become radio equipped A base station is now located at the Hud o report was j Wilfred Bclinger MD Island LJ i j iiie siauon ana will be island td h rctunod homc anci a Qn he aii a h e trteil tt The total is 110 less v i iiu H v UK v slates reported JR the week Sept 22 and a Public Health Ser W 1ul11 i ihe Chichester Aumni The newest pumper has beeii equipped with twoway radio and nun a i uunc i lean n ser1 i i A 41 J lllJ spokesman tid today we n L Allmm other Ihree pieces of company expect a continuous declinein a bake SaturdaV including the ambu Inow ly am at Pierces lawn Boothwym Tne spokesman also said pres flt indications re that the 1936 and tie Acme Market in Lin wood y half the 1935 number j California had the most cases last week with 7J New York had n UUU ay ate contact Mr and Mrs Jester 503 Johnson av Ann Fwloroff Twin The station number alloted by t ederal Communications System is KGE 581 Several members of the com Mny including all officers and drivers have received radio per mits l The equipment was purchased with Federal matching funds in cooperation with Civil Defense and is under the direction of a com mittee consisting of Judson Knot John T Lamplugh and Robert Mellin jtinij vuiiini j 4 vsiucii tool Karlier reports said the ground svas hllrt bv falling from a Vfil i i t rsplosion was h Cfoct shock waws cityowned tree F1KST FUOM TOWKK The first explosion of the cur rent series from a tower on Sept 27 wrecks everything within a win1 TreeTrimmer Gets Trimming Gl and Illinois j The spokesman said Rhode Is iland may have failed to report lbecause there were no new cases in that state Seven states and tho i District of Columbia reported thev ihad no new cases The totals for the states did not include oneparalytic case rrport frons Hawaii nnd one case re j ported from Alaska Welshs Brother For James SWARTHMORE It may not be politic to talk about politics in Welsh Sees City Going Democratic CHESTER Chester should Democratic by at least 1 500 votes this November William A Democratic congressional NORWICH NY r Harold Westcott 0 finishefi1 T o Jwo more firings are planned job ahead of schecl Marahrga Sir William Pennev u wne he cul hroufrh a branch1 the British scientist in charge of wllicn ne tied his safety Ithe test has said the explosivcropp i power f the weapons is cquivai Down went the branch Harold Nevada Divprcc f j m jlfnt to a few thousand tons oflarld all HOLLYWOOD 48 will the Webh family these days CoTrliy The Welsh brothers William A j told a gathering of prccmct and D Patrick have divergent ers in the citys 1st Ward i views on whats best for the people William A Welsh has been a hard working candidate for Con gress on the Democratic ticket Younger brother D Patrick came out yesterday for Brother Bills opponent Republican incumbent Benjamin F James night Pointing out that the 10 cities in Pennsylvania are cratic cities with Democratic m he said that the time last Leader Stands By Ruling On Bucks County Slayers jducer Michael Tocid jlow Miss Taylor said yesterday that she will go to Lake Tahoe early Jn November to establish the re quired sixweek Nevada residence She and Wilding 11 were mar ried Feb 21 1952 and separated1 three months They have twol sons Michael Howard 3U and r Edward moan c hls of the reasons men bv in tile mini t James Patrick Welsh who lives at t e poople isrrtnn v should be me s c close at hand when Chester will Jamcs join these cities in Democratic i a horrible Deader commuted to life the PSHDun hls sentences imposed eight Wymiewoocl Firm Lands Contract Darcy 30 HARRISEURG ifi The State 115 Ogden av dicated his vl the same time it was announced he was named as vioechairman of the Citizens for Eisenhower in Swarthmore INACTIVE LONG TIME The younger Welsh a real es tate broker in the office of Sween ey Lukens Chester said that although I have been an inactive Republican for a long time devel opments thus far in this cam paign convince me that the future not only of America but of the free world depends on the reekct ion of Eisenhower and a Republi can Congresss I have therefore joined the Citizens for Eisenhower movement and intend to vote not only for our great President but for Benja min F James candidate for re election to Congress should be proud of hav1 can think of a lot of eleven Swarthmorein be proud of r can think erence todav ii ngPcn a majority of their to sa as announced hi manStevenson 7prolali ago on David Darcy 30 ifi The State f L and Harold FosHiShwars Department has award KWI for the 1M7 fata shootinged contracts in these counties I wont a bstander in a Festerville Philadelphia Bituminous sur years ago He concluded his talk by con gratulating the Democratic work ers for being organized better than ever and for bringing the tight to the people for a decision Calif Treasurer Quits Under Fire SACRAMENTO Calif Charles G Johnson ill aaed and under fire by Gov ition by saying them he told i news conference whe asked about Duffs statement tivern holdup The three men were transferred face of 1 miles of Delaware Dyott and Norris sts in Phil i im t tiini i i io JlO Ill till I stern State Penitentiary inladelphia Union Paving Co MHitmeni Di union f accept the unanimous from Rockview State I Wynnewood S215514 rti ni t t s 11 con mendation of the Pardons Board and I stand by it Persistent Also today John F Cramp coun ty chairman of the Citizens for Eisenhower group announced plans had been completed for Knight has Quit as Californias state ireas position he has held 31 years The 75yearold Republican offi cial js boing investigated by the legislative budget committee which was given documents i ujuciiLi in j July purporting to show Johnson personally borrowed and has not or a ana nas not rally 8 pm Oct 11 jn Spnngfietdpaid back about 5WOOO from banks Township Hall Ir addition Crampjn whicn hc Deposits state money named the following JoVincnn named the following additional leaders in the citizens groupWil liam L Schaffer Jr Darby Town shipMrs Clara B Smith Bethel Mrs Eileen Wassler East Lans downe and Mary Sweeney Clifton Heights Johnson told the governor yes terday 112 was resigning the 000ayear job effective Nov 1 on account of ill health Hisi doctor said he has heart trouble Canada Uncovers Uranium Deposit You Cant Blame Him for LOS ANGELES W Canada has a huge and relatively new uranium deposit that has doubled the countrys uranium output de f pile production problems compli cated by ice and freezing tem peratures according to J AT Bots lord manager of Gunnar Mines Ltd who described the new de posit in rrrthern Saskatchewan to the American Mining Consrress yesterday He said that despite such for midable obstacles as massive ice formations and 55degree below zero temperatures the property has been producing 1250 tons ore a day for more than a year PASADENA Calif ffi M torney Brinton Biles has boon relieved of defending Nick Bron zovic 25 on three counts of forgery When the case was called yes terday Biles told the judge he wished to step out as counsel Bronzovic he said had paid his attorney fees with a bad check granted at m t Work ndJft yesterday CumberlandConstruct a bridge J nr a rge and today were undergoing proover Big Spring Creek along Rt cessing at the penitentiarys diag611 in Newville E D Plummer nostic center c 1 rof All Sizes and Colors in Stock Del Cos Kirst Factory Dealer MANUFACTURERS OF FORMICA SINK TOPS Bars Tallies anil Specialties Contract or Retail TILE YOUR OWN KITCHEN FLOOR Inlaid Tile Cement and Tools kitchen Or Installation 50 ASPHALT TILE Flnori up to y i lo1 Complexly InillUd Or All Deluxe Quality Venetian Blinds S 00 95 fo 32 Inches in Width and Son Chambcrsbifrg S1S4U PLASTIC TILE BATHROOMS 4 Mutt ibora bite 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