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Chester Times (Newspaper) - August 10, 1955, Chester, Pennsylvania Delaware county edition playgrounds news from the City a playgrounds is on Page i Quot. Of mid weather mostly Cloudy and roof with increasing winds today. Cloudy and Windy tonight with some rain. Tomorrow rain with Strong wind and Cool. 79th year no. 27,275 net paid circulation average july 1955 37,274 Chester pa., wednesday Augustio 1955 so pages five cents Roy 16, Dies similarly to his twin a unknown reasons cited stricken in lunchroom tile 16-year-old twin of a Media boy who died suddenly from a unknown reasons while eating lunch in a pizza Simp almost four months ago collapsed and died at state and Monroe streets Media last night. The victim Robert Holland whose brother Donald died mysteriously on april 23 during a school recess was pronounced Miles an hour from the North dead on arrival at Chester Lins East. Pital at 8.20 p. In. Ii Quot is the Sony a of or. And mrs. Robert Holland of Park Lane. Taken to the Hospital by the me Dia ambulance he was pronounced dead by or. Bruce Smith. The cause of death is still listed As a a unknown after an autopsy per formed at the Hospital last night failed to reveal any reason other than cardiac arrest Normal Stop a Ping of the heart s functions. Holland according to Media. Police was watching a baseball resignation mat red the meeting of Gam Between the Media a and the Chester housing authority last the Chester nationals at the medial amp it at the William Penn Homes High school athletic Field Early or act. / evening. At the conclusion1 Lac in f rinse of the game he and several friends memory Village project median were walking on state Street when p la ushe collared Mutzel Lone Republican boards n ii 1 t m member present at the meeting Theodore Mcconnell. Ii. Of . A voted against the dismissal. The discharge of Frank m. Clark Public gets three Hurricane w earnings Washington the weather Bureau prepares the Public for a Hurricane in three stages 1. Hurricane alerts a term used for tho first time this year meaning there s the first Prospect of trouble play it Safe in other words a on your 2. Hurricane warning this is a got set and there s More danger a Semi definite threat and you should take cover. 3. Hurricane this is it. Winds have to be above 75 Miles an hour to make a genuine Hurricane. There Are other terms that go along Small Craft warnings mean winds will got up to 35 Miles an hour and Small boats should take cover. Northeast storm warnings mean winds will be from 45 to 60 or even 73 Hurricane Connie May hit Shore in Hazel sold path could strike Here tomorrow Cha aide fired 2nd resigns Job one hiring one firing and one Riddle ran to the Media firehouse about one Block away where an ambulance was dispatched. The boy. A football player at Media High school had Boon under the care of or. Herman Gold As Cha employee had been asked for by Lawrence a. Conner jr., executive director. Conner refused to specify Why ,. He wanted Clark dismissed except a Chester heart specialist scr com rant. He does no to represent a Good employee of the authority is the Only reason i am going to again storm causeway . Troops turn them Back with tear Gas guns Seoul la a three Hundred shouting koreans ignoring a Quot no violence edict by president Syng a Man Rhee stormed the causeway to Volmi Island again today but were turned Back by . Troops Manning tear Gas guns and fire hoses. The milling demonstrators containing South koreans Campaign to i arive out communist members Chi Neutral truce inspection teams j broke up quickly before the determined stand. Waving banners and chanting slogans the mob drove As far As barbed wire barricades thrown up Hurricane Connie with winds up to by the americans then faltered 135 . Near her Center was j and retreated. They were trying to reach the billets of czech and polish members of the inspection groups stationed on the Island just outside the Only effects expected to be Felt Here today were increasing North Northeast winds which were was the to in attempt l about 12 mph. At 0.30 . And so orm the Island in five Days. Tny loud and continued Cool weather disorders began last saturday with tonight a forecast indicates a an ultimatum for the communist Cloudy and Windy night with Tomor inspectors to get out by Midnight Row coming in with More rain and Nix saturday. Stronger winds. Twenty two americans and so. A a. Koreans have been injured none1 whether or not denote Roaches run a there according to Henry p. Adams the Inchon demonstration con.? Meteorol Ottist at the Philadel storms course is erratic an erratic and slowly moving i reported a almost stationary off i the Carolina coast at 3 . Today and a no great effects Are expected Here before tomorrow morning the Weatherman announced. This is Hurricane Connie the port of Inchon. Third attempt it was the third the death of his brother. He had taken a Complete physical examination in july and was said to be a completely or. Gold who performed the autopsy said the cause of death was a a definitely not a heart he said the boy was a healthy and Active in give unless the Board gives me authority to discuss personnel problems at this hired by the Board was Ollie r. Crews jr., 1600 Reading or. Crews recently discharged from the 41. ,. Army will Start work today As a Donald the dead brother was fireman in the Lamkin Village also an athlete at Media High project school and died under similar Eon Pei editions. He had entered the door. Resigns of a lunch shop on n. Olive St the resignation of Elmer Houten when he fell to the floor and died a watchman janitor at Lamkin immediately. I Village was accepted by the Board a member of Media boy scout troop no. 2, Robert was born in Darby but spent his life in the me Houten gave a personal reasons Quot for resigning. It was announced by Conner that Dia area. He was a member Fino replacement has Bern found yet Swarthmore presbyterian Church surviving Are his parents a for the vacancy caused by the recent dismissal of James Joyce As younger brother Craig vv., of maintenance at Home Bis paternal Village. Robert a Holland of Moylan and h s up ,0 Lac h a try a hts maternal grandparents Othor than personnel. Conand mrs j. Donald Gibson of off to11 authority members that Media. Frosted sharply with the compara-p1�, a it Ltd Fps Quot is it live quiet that settled Over the what she does in tho nest sex hours other four ports where the inspect-1 she Quot or Quot Ltd tors operate movement and head Inland right a at Kansan on the West coast. For us she in miss us by going Pusan on the Southeast tip of the it Quot a Sharp Westerly direction or Peninsula Kang Nung on the East,810 can blow out to sea. Coast and Taegu in South Central county on Alert Korea mild demonstrations were reported. Crowds of korean army Veter if Connie comes Delaware county will be ready for her a Check indicated this morning. Ans moved through the streets with the memory of Hazel still shouting a the communist must get fresh in the minds of industries out of they carried signs Utility companies civil defense and placards but no clashes were workers and Small boat owners reported with troops guarding in-1the county was on the Alert Section team billets. Some industries called in extra the Calmer atmosphere followed1 Man last might to make advanced an announcement by president preparations. John v. Mcelduff. Syn Man Rhee that he disapproved Scafi 0f th0 county a civil defense a facts of he called the setup explained that his workers demonstrations a a Normal express were geared to meet the Emersion of patriotism. A gooey if it comes. A a we la Alert a no violence warning was also everybody if it looks Uke its com storm noir poised off Carolinas Hatteras n. C. Pm Hurrl Cane Connie her 135 mile winds posing a threat to the whole East coast hovered off the Carolina Mainland today. She was almost stationary. This is the a Eye Quot of Hurricane Connie As pictured off the Florida coast late yesterday by a Banshee Jet flying at 20,000 feet. The a Eye Quot is at the lower right the Black sections representing water showing through the turbulent formation. Pilot of the plane said the Hurricane s Center measured about 20 Miles in diameter. A wire photo free vacation trip still open an All expense vacation for two to Miami Havana or Nassau was forfeited yesterday by the Holder of Chester Sale Days stub no 133739 when he or she failed to claim the prize by 5 p. In. At tho chamber of Commerce office All Welsh so that makes the holders of the projects will be completed in three numbers drawn in the Sec month Ond round eligible for the prize. Those numbers in the order they were drawn were 332183. 280381 and 273750. Each of these persons the underground steam lines in Lamkin Village a Are in very very bad condition because of he said that repairs to the lines in the last few years Cost Between $40,000 and $50,000 according to an Mand a might be estimate by Charles Roberts District Engineer of the Public housing administration. Meanwhile Conner said a sur sounded by the South korean foreign ministry. Meanwhile the full Neutral a Lions supervisory commission a which includes Swiss and swedes As Well As czechs and poles met at Panmunjom for six hours to Ponder the saturday Midnight ultimatum. No details revealed Quot a swedish spokesman said no details of the discussion could be revealed but an answer to the de Ivenz saturday. My our Way a he said. Also watching the situation with an experienced Eye is Herbert c. J Gross division manager of tile Philadelphia electric co., who explained that his company was a get see local Page a a Wilson distressed by Talbott Case receipts tax to be suggested Harrisburg it to san. Mahany 2 county men injured in is j. Plane Takeoff Hatteras j a Hurricane Connie Hor actions remarkably similar to last years Hazel was poised off the Carolina Mainland today threatening the entire East coast. Winds up to 135 Miles ail hour raged abound her Center. La movements were erratic h r target on the Mainland still in doubt. Moves sluggishly she moved sluggishly at about seven Miles an hour on a North we i Terly course that would Send her ashore in the near Vicinity of Hazel sold wreckage. Her general makeup could cause equally As much damage untold millions. In its 3 . Est advisory the Miami weather Bureau said a the Hurricane continues to move slowly and somewhat erratically but generally toward the Northwest at about 7 . At 5 am. Est. A it was entered near latitude 31.2 North Longitude 75.8 West or about 260 Niilo s Oast Southeast of Charleston. Highest winds Are still estimated 133 Miles an hour Over a Small area near the Center while Hurricane winds extend 120 Miles North and East and 50 Miles Southwest of the Center. Gales extend 300 Miles to the North and see Hurricane Page 3 a Norwood Pilot and a Glen-1 Olden Man who was his passenger. In a private plane were injured critically last night when they Senate Gap floor Leader said to crashed in a Corn Field during a Day something similar to Indiana Takeoff from the Bridgeport n. A Secretary or it is receipts tax could provid Washington of of defense Wilson avowedly Quot very the basis for a tax Compromise in in Washington u. S. Officials Riestr about the resignation Pennsylvania Are keeping a close watch on to o Harold a. Talbott As Secretary although hot Roan developments. They sym a Talbott resigned effective Satur thine w Ith the South korean Tovey of underground Gas pipes absent ment of the communist mom the Ruth l. Bennett Homes is he hers of the a Csc but disagree ing made and reports on pipe con with the koreans on what Steps. Additions at the other three authority should be taken. And a state de. Est my a 1 apartment spokesman said United states will continue to abide by its obligation to protect All members of the a Csc. The United states favors a patient gradual reduction of a Csc activities until the body virtually Airport. The victims were Michael Wida made it Plain he 4b of 21 Ridgeway av., Norwood of the air Force says he Hopes was not advocating such a Levy owner of the plane and George to recommend a a successor this Mahany said he would mention Rule 35, of 404 Harrison av., Glen week. Such an impost at a conference Olden. Next tuesday Between gov. Leader Republican legislative Lade state Post filled Harrisburg William r list ration be embarrassed by publicity Over his outside business interests. They were both taken to underhand democratic Wood Hospital in Woodbury. N. S. J., where Rule w As reported still May put in a bid for the prize but Davlin Wisconsin Industrial econ the Holder of the first ticket will Mist today was gov. Leader ceases to exist. Be the Winner if the stub is turned Choice to succeed John p. Robin men Lyman l. Leni Nitzer . In by 5 p. In. Next tuesday. As state Secretary of Commerce. Par Jast commander and Gen. If none of these three tickets Isaac d. White . Army forces is turned in then holders of the Ike vigils Bills far East commander flew to numbers drawn in the third round to or Kef a a Seoul. Will be eligible for the week Long Washington if a president ascribed their visit As vacation. One person from this Eisenhower yesterday signed Bdl route. However Lomnitzer is sex group already has turned in a extending the defense product Ion pc cup j t0 discuss the problem with a r y Uci 1 pc i i by i i i a i a a i ticket but must wait until the Sec and Small business administration j president Rhee tomorrow. Ond round deadline expires. Laws take a Lime. County la Gas gators pocketbook tax fight applauded by throne the situation remained tense. At Volmi . Guards were reported for the first time to have armoured cars As Well As fire trucks tear a bombs and clubs. Koreans said another battalion of troops had been moved into Pusan. The South korean government looks upon the communist truce inspectors As spies. Registrars on duty in 2 communities registrars will be on duty at Sharon Hill and Clifton Heights today from 2 9 . To Register voters for the nov. 8 general election. One team will sit in the Sharon Hill Borough firehouse w Hile two teams will be located in the Gifton Heights fire association Headquarters. The registrars will visit Morton Glenolden and egmont township tomorrow. Voters May also Register at the county courthouse in Media. On weekdays they May sign up from 9 . To 4.30 and on saturdays from 9 . Until noon. A it might be St of at the Indiana in a coma today. Wida suffered a rates Ami some of the features in broken right and right leg taxing income might be objection and internal injuries Able but this is something that p0uce said the two Mon were can be looked into a Mahany said planning a pleasure ride around in an interview the arca about 6 30 p. In. The $1,000 exemption i plane had reached a height of tire Indiana Law is a Cor bin. A Lieut Iso feet when it suddenly Tion income and Sal s tax with a plunged to the ground Flat $1,000 exemption on income Wida told his wife. Betty that he there is no estimate on what ii get the nose up during would yield in Pennsylvania. The Takeoff. When he saw the Mahany made the statement aft Nash was inevitable he Cut off or the Senate recessed its Short the motor to Avert a fire the one Day session yesterday unti plane did no to Burn hut was de aug 29. The Llou a adjourned last polished or told his wife at k until the ame Date. Servic e station operator the session yesterday was de Wida who operate voted Principe change of a it 111 million do tax Defeated week. And it was Mami by that publicans pc today s w cathar temperatures in 24 hours High yesterday 81 Low this morning 66 average yesterday 73 Normal for this Date 75. Expected temperatures High today 77 Low tonight 68, High tomorrow 71. Precipitation in 24 hours. .0 this month .66 this year 20 73. Sun Rose 6 07 a. In Sun sets 8 06 p. In. Moon rises 11.34 p. In Moon sets 1.28 p. In. Today a tides off Chester Tidewater terminal pier High 6.11 a. In. And 6.55 p. In. Low 1.03 a. In. And i 15 p. In. Temperatures elsewhere Michael Wida Pilot of Plano City High Ixia Atlanta 87 70 Bismarck 82 49 Chicago 82 70 Denver 86 59 Jacksonville 93 74 los Angeles 86 68 Miami 92 78 Phoenix 98 80 St. Louis 89 77 san Antonio 101 a san Francisco 64 52 Tampa 92 71 Winnipeg 76 55 a serv v Jimim Arcia by the 1 partisan sex Itkor Aal Ion on Mac Dade Arthur c. Throne chairman of pocketbook v a the income tire Republican executive commit r0 a Salt tee of Delaware county yesterday wrote a note of thanks to the county s legislators for their United tax chs Field Bill action delayed he took Issue too. With thy claim that labor favored the Bill. A the average Guy is not dumb a. Said throne. A the knew at whom Javed 1 v ,1s. My re stand against gov. Leader s in this tax was aimed. The tax would 5jjj unfl1 Auk it on a come tax Bill. Hit Only about one out of to of the a loyalty to so called Rich but it county hit every Man and few new Usi h n the Breadbar Iturri canc i Ream i Ion s a Only their unswerving the people of Delaware thwarted the governors attempt to raid the working Man and woman inside today a dams amusements 23 business Mirror 12 classified ads 21-29 comics 22 Crossw Ord Puzzle i deaths 21 editorials 6 Horoscope 11 Junior editors marriage licenses 11 Mary Margaret Mcbride 23 movie clock 23 patterns 5, to 15 radio telex Ision to Ridley township i sports 18 2 women s Section it 15 times telephones we ant ads Hester 1-i 2v2 other Calls a Hester 3-6161 labors and right Ket. A the in of such a cps did of course but not rank and file. There was no referendum had there been. Labor which would permit Public l1oi d tavoit�?T2lsch7lfrrm or m come. Roman who of Whon Are not stay off the Street. Done to touch fallen wire Here is a list of hurried be precautions the National Board of birr Anderi writers stay indoors. Done to mistake a Lull for the end of the storm. After the Center a sos More wind xvii Boulevard on on the near Cook Avenue in Glenolden fled income has beep flying about a year. Ile Senate last owns the two seater Porterfield which is about the is of a Piper Ppd off by a de cub and keeps the plane at a Pri governor that re vate Airport in Bridgeport he 1 nit n detail their the father of two children Cheryl see tax Khz Page 2 8, and Carol i Rule is married but has no Chil Iren both mrs Wida and mrs Rule spent the night of the Hospital but a Etu med to their Home today. Gordon Cahill operator of the import said his 6year-old son. Was watching the Takeoff entertainment hearings May show actors helped Beds d hts by i Evv is i us k Washington Ltd it a Chairit Walter Ltd said today he peels the House in Amene activities committee to find a a if people in the entertainment b Ness who be been communism who have used their a flu a comes to fur Walter in an red Lily of Hollywood has said Many a if the alleged reds have moved i to Broadway. A i expect Well find a Walter Aid a that there have been a lot if people in the entertainment business who have been commit n s and who have used the Large Nemr s they be gotten from the entertainment to further the communist cause in Many Immy. Then limb. He Dnn Tran it it the was sponsored by Mons did not vote in favor Murphy. Republican asst 1 is some of tho r in id rom Chester. It passed the Bill originated in the House my was sponsored by Peter j my Lyman p y dad the House a vote a of 209-90 in March sen. Robert g. Watkins. Dela ,. A a ,. ,. Ware county Republican said son Ltd it a have Rood of a a on had he. Ast Ain tho bul Quot throne predict a a a a a Karch up p sol jul. Throne predict Tor i out St ores Tai tic s Delaware county g. Robert Watkins the Bill when it w Senate. Tho Cornu legislators voted a House although state Sena or Vood against i killed in the s seven other the Bill was the Chester school Board wanted to Confer with senators. Last nights Brief session closed however with no conference the Bill would open the Way Tot Chester High school to make it facilities available to St. Jame held on sundays. F Ahnne hit the lining up vol. Tinny Mem democrats or inst the Bill to ice cont used How the asked. Is of the Only d e t were re to i a r e d their cd rur do today s chuckle a please mister can you spare me 20 cents for a cup of Coffee a said the bum. A but i thought Coffee was Only a ,�?� said the Man. A yeah responded the bum a but i be got a secure shutters. Ile move awning or raise arum firmly. Brace garage doors securely against movement i put porch furniture garbage cans and other Loo or movable objects where there is no danger of their being blown against a building or through a window. Open one or More windows on the Lee Side a opposite to the wind directions for ventilation and to equalize pressure. Have temporary lighting method pre lights ready for use. Move from buildings in Low ground or Nea to higher elevations. Check this list issued by civil defense necessities to have on hand in the lights batteries matches candles kerosene portable radios full tank 1 car dry ice newspapers Tor Wrapp paper plates cups and spoons canned water axes saws pick axes Crow of the t c a i that pm a tax 0 qui my a ome named Cahil i ran from the c office and appeared to i a Ward t he Delaware i Ive 1 he Call w to i Iii and pea d swy Adda end Rule adj Jess in the. A a a Rind wrecks Igo when they arrived with i Busti in police Anc i an am bul Moo. Cahil i said he dido t notice any Loa with the pm Anc when it 1 House group Quot is Only one problem High the comm Ive in the enter Jan 1 p net pm a Oriti Ami f g Flash Wicks Aeoline in garbage it jars of and work Law England polio total now 1.189 Boston five cases of gloves. Bags. Stores and mourn Havi boys attend it Middle or the report polio total in dates Rose to it 240 in the last year. T 31 lives. D today among 111 Rig a summer camp1 0, mass. Came As the 1955 the six new England a 1,189 compared with corresponding per.od1 Omell be a Taviti of that d c incl subpoenaed a without mentioning Nam Dent died As communist members a was far Back a the House committee w disease has taken years has directed its entertain ment world investigations Penmar party 1951.�?� h for one problem Walter said the i concerned with i a the extent to v Jmst party is act pamment he emphasized the inquiry is not directed at the entertainment world itself. Others summoned to the hearings As their names appear on the committees witness list include Sarah Cunningham mrs. John Randolph actress composer George John Randolph a Folk Singer George Elliott Sullivan a Lee mrs. Jack Guilfor actress Albert Ottenheimer actor Theodore Saidenberg musician Harold Salemson writer Anders w 0 o i e a writer Allen Chase writer Jack Guilford actor Tony Kraber Peter Lawrence actor producer director Allan Manson actor Peter Seeger Folk Martin Wolfson actor David ranter technician and producer. Irma Jurist Keane actor or i be Hays Tyne actor a Tor Madeline

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