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Bristol Courier (Newspaper) - August 10, 1937, Bristol, Pennsylvania Follow the Ball players All games played in the Bristol Twilight league Are published next Day in the courier. The Bristol courier daily weather Reform partly Cloudy with possible thundershowers late tonight it a. In not min h change Iii temperature. Yet it a. X . 57 Kis 1< h. R \. To spy itt i Xii. Antis y to. 1m7 potential ending of controversies h n farm Relief c contest appears settled after committee agreement sweeping probe expected to meet presidents la Hiland for c lop c control legislation it by Iii in in h. Ii Hutchinson i n. S Ustiy correspondent Washington aug. To inst a potent in i set i lenient of the legislative cont Rove r sies lift Ween the administration and congressional blocs Over farm Relief and sugar import quotas today i it d to smooth tilt path to ail adjournment of Congress August 21. The farm Relief contest appeared settled after the Senate agriculture Cut Smittee vol unanimously to report a farm Bill one week after Congress reconvenes. This would apply Cit her to a special session this fall or to i tie regular session in january. Tins instruction was to Ive submitted to the Senate tor approval Iii the in it r11 of an amendment to the Smith Resolution proposing a sweeping inquiry into farm problems. It was exported to meet lie presidents demand for to pledge of drop control legislation before in will consent to granting government Loans on this years surplus Cotton crop. Anyway t he agr Init 11 lire commit tee immediately began drafting a Bill ordering the it oni Niodia it credit corporation to make lie Cotton Loans. Tile sugar controversy which involved a Eon ail t Over proposed freezing of refined sugar imports from puerto Rico and Hawaii also appeared settled the sugar bloc proposed a percentage quota for refined sugar to apply both to tin states and the insular possessions. This would give the islands an Opportunity to expand their refined sugar business As unroll mental demand increased and Continental refineries increased their business. It was said to meet the approval of administration officials. Senator Harrison id of Mississippi Senate finance committee chairman carried this Compromise to the White House for the presidents consider to Ion. The administrations wage hour and housing acts awaited House consideration alter passing the Senate. The wage hour Bill ran into a Snag when a dispute developed in the House rules committee Over giving it priority consideration but administration leaders expected to Settle this promptly. The substitute judicial reorganization Bill remained in conference where Senate and House conferees were wrangling Over a Senate provision. Requiring tho attorney general i to show a a Legal internet before intervening in lower Federal court cases where the constitutionality of an aet of Congress is challenged. House conferees demanded the condition be remold. So the attorney general will have unlimited Power to intervene in such cases. The Only major threat to adjournment App ared to he the threat of the Senate anti Lynching bloc to Forte consideration of their Hill. The Senate was scheduled today to aet on a minor wild life conservation Hill and it measure to prohibit picketing around foreign embassies in this country. Go to Al one reception is tendered to newlyweds on sunday mrs. Sadie Fenton Pond and Washington streets announces the marriage of her daughter Dolores it Fenton. To Luther Hilgendorf. Son of or and mrs John Hilgendorf Headley Manor on july 30th. A reception for the Bride and Groom was held at the Home of mrs. Fenton sunday afternoon and evening. There were 43 invited guests. Green and White decorations were used and the table was decorated with Cut Flowers. Or. And mrs. Hilgendorf were recipe lits of Many gifts. They Are residing Iii their newly furnished apartment at the Corner of Mill and Wood streets. Homeless l of cries tor one 11-month old baby Dies after a Long illness following an illness of several months Barbara Jane Parsons 11-Iiionths-old daughter of Ralph a. And Susie a ring Parsons died lust evening at the Parsons Home Pond and Mill St Recta. Services will be held tomorrow morning at to of clock at Ewing n. J., cemetery crematory. Teachers Given absence Law collect difference in salary raid substitute under new legislation adopted must teach to years latest news received by International news service leased wires. Slayer lights up certain with it granting teachers Harrisburg aug. To or Lester k. Ade superintendent of Public instruct Ion stated today that the sabbatical leave i a approved july i 1937, which provides for a leave of absence for teachers under conditions does not carry Blanket authorization for the of a leave of absence to All hut restricts eligibility to those who have tangle in the Public schools of ibis Commonwealth for ten years or More. Those who have taught for a period of at least ten years Are entitled to receive their first sabbatical leave and at each subsequent period of seven years they Are entitled to receive another sabbatical leave. The period of the leave of absence May in either one semester or one full school year at the option of the teacher. This Law becomes effective september i during the period of absence Drade explained the Ixia re May employ a substitute teacher to till tin position this teacher does not have the benefits of the tenure in Hwy the teacher in leave will receive the difference Between the salary paid to the Susti Lydia Lavin left real Mother of Donald Horst is comforted by mrs. Otto Horst in the office of Chicago a assistant attorney general after signing papers consenting to the adoption of Donald by mrs. Horst the child a Foster Parent. The 31-months-old boy is shown in an orphanage crying for a a mama As the courts withheld decision on the child a custody. To decide mrs. Dalbow a i ate Trenton v j., aug la the court of pardons today was to decide the Fate of mrs Peggy de i Bow. School teacher doomed to die ill the tree try chair along with her sweetheart Norman Driscoll unless the tight jurists intervene the pair will in ext outed next week for the murder of her husband Mother and child buried Philadelphia aug to double fun j Etal services were held today for mrs Mary Boccassini. Aud her Post humus daughter. Frances Mary who lived Only 4ti hours after being snatched from the body of her Mother last Friday each dressed in while silk they Lay in a single Collin with the arum of the Luoth i encircling the tiny infant she never saw they Quot Lay in state last night for six hours Iii a Public funeral parlor while a crowd of 15,000 men women and children flied part the Bier. A Good whipping threat is Given to China bitterly accused by official Dom Lor killing of i to japanese at Airport Croydon Manor couple married 50 years ago or. And mrs. Alonzo Carr Are quietly c elevating the event i invent i Oday too much Wilfulness live with Only ins China Tokyo aug. To bitterly accused by off in Ddom and the press for yesterdays killing of two japanese at Shanghai a Airport today was threatened with to a Good whip a too much Wilfulness on the part of Filina Suid general Gen sit Lama the War minister Quot deserves a Good whipping. Quot Japan has borne what could he borne but Japan a patience and self restraint Are being net by bad Faith on China a son the War ministers words were tute teacher and his or Lier own regu a backed by vice Admiral Mitsuma a Lur salary. Tile Law restricts the total j Yonah tie Navy minister w to told the amount receivable by any teacher on Cabinet that he regarded the Airport leave $1,600. However to a maximum of hold Wisconsin youth for slaying of his sweetheart a motor trip to maim is being participated in by or. And mrs. William Brady Madison Street and mrs. Flail Ulii Pps Hulmeville coming events organizations whose announcements Are printed in this column can reciprocate by having All printing in connection with announced events done by the publishers of this paper. Killings adequate measures he str it mod Are being taken by japanese military and naval authorities to prevent any rep t it Ion. And to a Deal with any situation which May arise from the Croydon. Aug to today or and mrs. Alonzo Carr Are quietly observing tie 50th anniversary of their marriage which occurred Augustio ikh7 in Camden n. the couple now make their Home with their Only son a use Carr Walnut Avenue Croydon Manor fifty years ago Alonzo m Carr and Claram Siisi ii in i gel both of Philadelphia went quietly to the Rev i w Bagley and were United in marriage they then went Tofu Rati Kford to make he in Home or Carr being employed us an Engineer by Erbil . Peony. Or Carr i id his position for 13 years hut eight years ago i it ired due to his age picturing lighting a cigarette is Lawrence Marks in sex convict and male nurse Asho was formally hooked on a charge of murdering Paula Magagna 8, in the cellar of her Brooklyn n. Y., Home. Marks also told of a crime career stretch inv Over .�?T7 Vona a a warn bicyclists not to ride on sidewalks pol Appleton wig., aug. Ion ins a Aii Pex College boy and scion of a Well to do Wisconsin farm family was held Here today for the fatal stabbing of his sweetheart at a country dance Ary Hall. This shortly fab his arrest police announced that Glenn Barker 24, a former student at the University of Wisconsin. Had admitted he had killed the girl in a jealous rage. The victim of the attack Helen Welhouse 18, died sunday night Short 8hanghai, aug. To ins with streets jammed by countless terrified jabbering natives Rushing to Sancta in the International settlement City of 3,500,000 today was in a state of veritable mass panic. Stiff japanese demands with Wai a the alternative will result from Tim death of a japanese naval officer and Marine at Hungtao Ai drome West of Here it was feared. Chinese troops were frantically to aged in constructing trenches and s in i evidently dreading a japanese attack there Barker went to the dance to get even local authorities ceremoniously with Helen for giving her picture to handed Over the bodies of the slain ant thet youth police quoted him As men Lieut. Isao Oyama and Seaman saying. Volo Sotito to japanese naval officials according to his confession As an but the chinese vigorously adhered to flounced by authorities he said their statement that tin two Wert we started out to dance i opened shot after they had fired at Airport a guards one chinese Soldier a k i d in the clash. By after she had been stabbed in the neck while dancing with Barker on erecting Sand bag Barrie Adt the crowded floor in a country Hall j neighbourhood of the Airport fortified by Blackberry Brandy the couple have four grand Childe ii and two great grand children tilt Celebration today will is a quiet one a troth or and mrs Carrar somewhat Feeby min Arr on memorial a it ton hired her knee Wilt ii she poll Iii front tit her songs Home hut he is now improved. Vincenzo Genco Dies in Pennsylvania Hospital Vinc not g no who resided at 921 mansion Street died in the Pennsyl v Ilia Hospital Philadelphia this morning in was the husband of the Lait Antonina Genco survivors of i Genco include the following daughters and sons mrs. Fiance pc rein new York mrs i Annie Ferraro mrs Giacomina Rug j Giero i bore Genco messes i flank Jodi Bueno and Peter in no Bra to j a rite late Bri Tolian ame Here from $261,573 pal 35 veal ago Ile has been rank i in. Iii Home with i son Joseph i two killed in derailment a let on aug to derailment of a la High Valley Railroad locomotive near Here in which two member of the Crew were killed and three injured slightly was being investigated today by Railroad officials of the Hazleton i Mislon. Pinned ill Hie overturned locomotive were the victims Engineer Clarence Kreiger 52, and trainman John in stand 46, both of Hazleton 40,000 eggs damaged latin Paihler aug b enough break fasts for u Small sized town if Yon had the Ham or Bacon were lost in a hoi Ley truck crash lieu last night the trolley collided with the truck of Luke k Fly Nice Littlestown farm or hearing More than 411,000 ergs Frymer said most of the eggs were Airliner crashes in Florida new irk. Aug to one passenger and two pilots of an Eastern airline passenger plane were killed and five passengers were injured seriously to Day when the giant ship flashed while j taking off from Sholtz Airport Iii lev Iona Beach fla., Eastern airline of Mentis announced ii�?�-1 e tile dead were Captain Stewart g 1 Dietz of Baltimore my. Co Pilot. Rob Ort Reed and Betel Philpot a passel i gel1. The injured passengers were Rush it a to a Daytona Beach Hospital nil Iii t a serious condition. I to improve roads i Harrisburg aug to Contra is cot i wring 23.26 Miles of Highway improve j meats in six projects were awarded j today by Secretary of highways War men Vandyke. Tile projects and sin Uesi Ful Low bidders included Bucks and Lehigh counties t let Miles of Concrete and Macadam paving with Arches and structures in splint Field and upper Saloon township and i in Coopersburg on i s route 300, from Coopersburg to Allentown awarded to c Vav Good Lam Aster of Oil i air Elliot i r i i tying i o St rut i y tin i a says ones in two women Are Muri \ statute prohibiting the i id Itig of bicycles upon sidewalks which Fin the past several years has fallen into the Dee Ani is to he brought out to the Pollee de a i i in ii t Aud us provisions enforced according to Chiel of pollen Linford j join a. Hilling the pins when bicycling was at in Peak of its popularity the Law was Emo Ted As a safeguard for the Public then the Riding of bicycles de dined to sin ii an extent Blat the Law w As almost Ini gotten now ii of eve i yielding has again come into to 1111 Iii i favor with the in suit that there Are More wheels being Ridden and children timing w Iii by Tai l Blat they Are not pet Mil Ted to ride Oil the sidewalks have Heel having a grand time spinning along on the smooth Conn de pavements this has even become tile custom ill the by i s it less District and dining the past i Vav Days two women Hale Boon sit in k and one seriously injured and is now untitled in a Hospital both of lilt accidents of culled on Mill Street and both it the women knocked Down uric St i tick while Leav my. Stills and just entering upon Bonnie walks tin tits woman struck was mis Charles 11 a 11 \ a i Radcliffe Street who suffered ionised and a general Shock mrs Jai a Fai son 313 Lafayette St Lect was fit i ii k Asah was leaving a stoic on Mill St red recently and hum tamed a Harolo ii Tup sin is now con tined Iii the Abington Hospital folic Ailt oing to enforce the Law and Wain children and adults against violating the stat Ute Quot Wear going to bring Allol the violators in a says id Jones a heavy line la to in ill posed on those found guilty fresh offensive opens on West front of Madrid aug. 12 afternoon card party in Grace Church Parish House Hulmeville. Luncheon by Torres Dale Andalusia Branch needlework Guild at Home of mrs. Boardman fudge Anont Avenue Torres Dale i p. In. Aug. 13 production of a Hempy a three act comedy at Kings Hall Andalusia by Kings theatre Guild. Aug. 16�? card party of american legion auxiliary in Bracken Post Home 8.30 p. In. Aug. 21 annual Lawn supper at Bensalem m. E. Church. Aug. 26�? second annual summer supper by ladies auxiliary of Cornwells fire company on the Lawn adjoining the fire station. Aug. 28�? peach festival at Bensalem presbyterian Church 6 to 9 p. In. Sept. 9�? Lawn fete and supper at i Church Eddington. My pocket knife while i had my left Arni around her shoulders. I pulled out the knife and stuck it in her neck. All she said was a then she fell to the floor and i in the ensuing confusion Barker escaped and fled Home. He told his father George Barker owner of a Large farm once owned by Hart p. Dunks composer of a Silver threads among the Gold a near Ellington , when a the father advised his son to surren train demolish Der and drove him to the police station hut when the youth found the girl was dead he leaped out of the car and vanished in the darkness. Brother killed sister Hurt in crash Dixie a Cotton crop is menaced by mysterious new insect thousands of acres of Fleecy and White Cohon May soon be imperilled by surge Bridgeton n. J., aug i Quot or Steppe 21, was killed and Job d Irish a jr., 22, and his inter Atma. Of port Norris Ware seriously injun Pennsylvania Reading cd their Star a Arlo re. A ii fill lit. Cd 1th annual Christ p. Sept. Of card party Ville by 422. In i. Cd. O. F. Hall Illume Nesha Mony Lodge no. Injures Finger while engaged at work at the Pennsylvania Railroad station in Cornwells Heights yesterday. James Prestinaci 1340 s. 17th Street Philadelphia aught the first Finger of his right hand Between two planks. He was treated at Harriman Hospital for a confused and lacerated wound. Uth his hand silk strike spreads new York aug to til inking of 49,00 1 silk workers which has virtually paralysed the Industry in the East spread still further today. Carl Holderman regional director of textile workers organization committees a a l o. Official estimated thai by the end of the week the rank of strikers will have swelled to 60,non. New strike record Little Mont i uni butter i bul a i his a a Iii miss Inez Adams and mole 311 in ayes St reel known about How new Weevil made its Way into monday on i a probably migrated to United states from Malhi or aug loins with heavy so Bing and repeat cd Inland y att leks rebel lore is of Generalissimo f Francisco Fyan o today suddenly in opened a fresh offensive on the front j who or Madrid assaults Oil i i la mid a be ii Canada were i pulsed according to a Madrid comm unique but today s attacks ii re Bell i d tit-1 a to he Only the pie Limi Nari a Iii a new Large i ale drive around Brunet where Hie insurgent forces recently wee pushed Price 2c a copy 6c a week Council votes to Aid sewing unit conducted Here will provide plate Light i Leat and i a Ower so As i o live employment to so Omen Federal Aid is Cut government ill appropriate Only $5 per person per month plus labor at the suggestion of Burgess Clifford l Anderson and upon motion of Richard Winslow the motion being seconded by Roy f Fry. Borough Council last night unanimously agreed to provide in building Light heat and lower for the Federal sewing project for the next six months. Adoption of the Mot iou followed considerable discussion of what could i he Dom to keep the sewing project Here it was made Plain that the Federal government is withdrawing considerable of its support and unless Aid wits secured tin St women now pm loved would i thrown out of employment Council was asked to appropriate $2,.sso to make up in deficiency Between what tin Federal government will provide and is hat is needed the rent with it Council Ugi eed to assume along with the heat Light and Power is estimated id Hoo pet month or $720 per year Council convened in regular monthly a Sion being called to order by William j Lefferts Secretary in the Aie Seine of or Fled Wagner president mile Aorta asked for a motion select lug someone to act As president pro tem Jacob Ltd Schmidt hr., was a tin Dai the conclusion of the Reading of the in i ii ii i is or Wagner arrived and or Schmidt retired As i in presiding officer. Hider the head it it i unfinished business Fouth i Mun f Oster fourth Ward was asked to report upon tile sewing project. Ai the last meeting of Council i Foster was instructed to obtain further information upon tills subject Aud to report at this meeting. I mister read some figures Tabu Law d upon the subject revealing that there Are approximate by so people employed at the sewing project. Fifty six of them women Are resident of Bristol 13 live Iii Bristol township Lind Nim in Mon Salein township and i no Horine Borough it Vias stated that by Federal government is now paying out approximately $,200 monthly in wages to those employed most of this Money it was stated goes through i regular business channels of Bristol upon motion min fit lid i Wolf supervisor or a i division of women # and professional from eds was extended Hie privilege of the floor by Council or Wolf outlined the work of tin project stated that the Federal government in addition to Lay Jug for the labor would hereafter Appl of Piaf per month per person for what she termed a a overhead sex i my s i his would leave a deficit of $3 per person per month ii approximately $2ski which would have to Ive obtained from other sources if the project is to continue for a year. Tin discussion was participated in generally by All of the councilmen some raising the question As to tho legality cd spending Bor Cugh Money a a fitted some of the Borough i its upon a project which who Aie not resident and upon a project which sufi to i Al ii it to private institutions. Councilmen asked for actual figures upon the amount of Money needed to finance the work the length of time the budget covered and numerous of Belth i a 11 # relative thereto by Cess my i son Cli. Call de aft it a to Nen i Voland by South America by boat shipments i Kkt ii ii Al h lilt. Fine la and miss sailed the a a of til merchants a route to Boston and Mary f i oui Mill new Coilah ill ii j had the t Glt ii Ai i Milt ii a a ii Ilia i Mil re red Ewing prone a i d of propel ailing i Bude i i d 11 As i la i o Hie a use i the count that wind e said that lie personally Iii a fiery i Iii in in Ala aug to ins discussed the situation and then walk ii i Obj the in cad and a through Cotton Fields hit by the in Ami of Farmers Cotton j sect. I and text ii workers Farmers residing in infested Anas menaced by a new nays-1 have been asked by Vav a Ruffin Extension entomologist Foi Alabama not to visit areas not affected yet it was two years ago that the first of the Weevils was found in Florida v isl i in i \ is \ his los or my and i daughter Wilk Bison Mary Jam by j a in of Battles with the Boll army worm the japanese other insects the South of of let by while it Al a pc Quot a Lar a a Quot plur lds a a a Quot a Ion he imperilled by the it tentatively Label w evil. Albert Carnvale 922 Pond Street while at Wark yesterday Cut his hand. Several stitches were taken at Harriman Hospital. Or Mary from n. Return from Shore and mrs. Clarence Wilson and Elizabeth Finegan have returned a Brief sojourn in Atlantic City new York aug. To the numb of labor strikes during Tim first six months of 1937, established a new record in the history of american Industry according to a report made Public today by new York slate chamber of Commerce. A in the first six months of 1937, a total of 2,512 strikes were begun compared with 1.077 in the harm period in 1936, and 2,048 in the record year of 1917,�?� the report revealed. Vetera to we evil i la beet in an thousands ton May surge of this in cd i ii it argentin Little is known about How this new Weevil made ifs Way into the South. Most entomologists agree however that the Weevil has migrated into this country from South America through hip Keiit of goods by boat. So threatening has become the surge of this new mysterious Weevil that officials of Lour states have handed together to try to work out a system offa halt. Cd Rabat ing the evil meeting at not Only Florala recently officials from Ala .-�.tie. A visiting or Bracken brother in Law and sister or. Min Arthur Matthews. Fail River mass c Rondo n bom d during Tim last two years it has spread and now covers an area of about 85 Miles in Florida just a few Days ago it was discovered in two Alabama counties and causing considerable alarm among agricultural Lead is of the South they fear that unless the invasion is halted it will spread throughout the South. Robert j Good stat commissioner of agriculture for Alabama pointed out its eventual damage May exceed the Boll Weevil unless it is brought to Llama Florida. Georgia and Mississippi crops As Well Goode said. Corn does it attack Cotton hut vegetables Beans and other mrs Caroline Scharg and John Mil Bals in company with friends to i tor up state on sunday and were guests of relatives on saturday evening a curd party was enjoyed at the Home of or. Anti mrs. Charles Schwieker. I i he us tiers association of Wilkinson memorial m Al Church spent a1 delightful Day at Bivalve n. A. Sun a Day or. And mrs. F Runk Vogel entertained or. And mrs. Walters parents of j mrs Vogel from Philadelphia Over the week end. I courier classified aus Oring results and costs very Little. Commit itself t land would Sugg project along v pow or be i Rev id see the project j the Burgess. Tile privilege n to John a a sin i Ltd councilman Gav a i a time of ,-1 t Aud w hut w. I was to continue cruet i la participated in in in. I Raham. In project gave j figures. I he motion of i was then up As Anderson and no Coll nerd i. I a and i in i not i Bizik it for Borough c any definite St that a pin Ith the Light d i Wou i fold lip a Gilt ii a would to on no i i to annul lit for the heat and1 not like to concluded Tim floor was Given a upon the motion Osier. Or. Snoyer a Cost of the pro i i be needed of it i of i he c Baith Dis Hilt of Ullmen Cussion Aud of the Bristol supplementary councilman Winslow suggested Lay Burgess abide by councilman on in at four do. I i Gelson Sill s Jill i or sail on the i Vav min new Fin Fugelson 109 Mill Street in Philadelphia yesterday s. A Kent Quot of the merchants line Enro Ute Las bos ton Aud land. The m it Bristol High water Low water 6.10 u. 1,02 a in in. 6.39 p. In. 1.21 p. In
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