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Chester Times (Newspaper) - August 16, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania 57TH 17672 Daily Leased Wire Reports of United Press Uli ttiid International NEWS Service CHESTER PA WEDNESDAY AUGUST 1933 FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best of the Day K1CHTKKN PACKS PRICE TWO CENTS NEWSPAPER CODE GETS APROVAL OF GREEN IS BARRED BY STEEL CHIEFS GENERAL JOHNSON AT CODE PARLEYS Temporary Agreement Permits Use Blue Eagle of NRA Dean Ackerman Warns Operators Refuse to Deal With Labor Head and Move the Hearing Against Freedom Press Curtailment of WASHINGTON Aug ary wage and hour schedules to per E in p lo y c r s Demand 40 Hours Workers Want Maximum of 35 HELD IN URSCHEL CASE WASHINGTON Aug UPi Organized labor aroused by develop mii newspapers to obtain NRA blue j ments in ihe steel and coal company eagle at once under the Presidents union fights adopted an aggressive blanket code were approved last night by Hugh S Johnson the Industrial Administrator on submission by the American Newspaper Publishers As sociation Johnson left for future deter mination several controversial sues including a reservation by publishers of their constitutional to a free press and an insistence attitude today in the National Re covery drive determined to make its power fell throughtout the scope of the NRA program Labor leaders indicated they were displeased with the NRAs recurring approval of 40hours maximum work weeks in various industries permitted to come under the bine eagle with LAWYER KILLS 4 IMACHADOAND IN FAMILY WITH AIDES SUED FOR POISON DRINK EMBEZZLEMENT Man Wife Two Children Other Charge Against i Found Dead in Crashed I Former Head of Cuba MRS COSTELLO FREED Auto Along Roadway Includes Murder District Attorney Says Pleader Confesses Man Knew Too Much HOT SPRINGS Ark Aug 16 H Shank an attorney lo authorities today Unit lie New U eg line Plans Finan cial Comeback U S to Aid in HAVANA AUK pletc roconstruction of Cubas IIi nances i n v o 1 v i UK in poisoned a man ills wife and their foreign debts held prlnicpally in Hie two children because the man knew United Stales was believed to b too much An automobile with n dead nnui at the wheel u cieurt woman at his side i and two dead children in the nimble 1 I under consideration loday by the new government A cotnmissuin of American fUiimchil i seat crushed into a fence on the little experts H was understood probably j RockMalvern highway last night would be askcd to aid the Rovenimiiit I Shank jumped out and fled Into tho in studying Cubasindebtedness and woods He was captured soon afteri taxation problems in effect on or before July 1 which cannot be revised except by mutual consent were exempted from Ihe agreement which establishes a 40cent minimum and a 40hour week for factory or mechanical workers or artisans except a limited num bDf of apprentices The temporary agreement which remains in eflect until a permanent code is worked out provides a 40 hour week for accounting clerical office service or sales employes ex cept a limited number of outside salesmen representatives drivers and circulation men they could bargain with employes without interference from outside organizations The temporary agreement pro vided a 40hour week for reporters receiving less than weekly and other professional employes in a i like salary range President William Hours and under contracts American Federation of Labor The threatened break was healed when Recovery Administrator Hugh S Johnson retracted his statement that Green was not an NRA labor adviser j Green Edward F McGrady and Leo Wolman were the three labor men who demanded a showdown Organized labor it indicated would tacitly accept without formal opposition the spread of 40hour work week agreements But was deter mined to wage a real drive for 30 to 35 hour work weeks when hearings on permanent codes begin Coal steel and lumber code confer modified reemployment agreements Lrsthcl bills ucre found on Y I 1 1 I I H J V7SJ 1 tA ItlH I S announced that Shank admitted phic chief aides on charges musing Iroin lng pojsoll h Brllpe jlllc lno molor cmbenxlemcni L to murder ing parly bought nt a roadside grocj Jose la Vogn n C1y O CL along the ruad i lawyer llled the suit In Uu sieond Shank said he was an Akron I section of the conn of instructions lawyer and had engayed Colley lo It named President Muchado former i steal papers from the Akron Secretary of State Kerrani j cuting attorney which involved a former Secretary of Treasury Oetavio blB shanks mm was lcfcmirAverLloll Secret iuy of lute SURETY COMPANY HUNDREDS SEEK iPAYS THE COUNTY TO GET NAMES ON iSUM OF PRIMARY BALLOT Settlement for 3 Years Claim Made in Kamsey Horn Case Total of 2702 Petitions Filed With the County Commissioners Check Represents Amount Force of Clerks is Now of Judgment Filed Solicitor Williams by Engaged in the Work of Filing Papers Selllement been made by the bonding company for Wllllnin Hamsey former lax collector of the city of Chester or I lie years 1928 lilJi and 1JJO The cheek of the American Surely Company of Nesv York in lhe slim of i12 has been accepted by the County Com lid not miilc reach Yhepeak ofrvloii mlssioncrs in full settlement ol the j uy there were hundreds of papers comitys chums for those years This j handed in miming men and women iicUou Wiis iniidd in yesterdays meetwho are hoping to win lhe favor of Inn ol the commissioners nt Mevlia voters on September A total of 2702 candidates petition1 T for various olllces to Ixs voted for in hart been led with lho counly commissionevi wluM i he deadline arrived at 5 oclock u oclock standard time yes icrdny afternoon whilo the rush of films petitions MHS JUSS IK COSTKUO The minimum wages for this class j ences were m progress today as Jolm from weekly in towns of son tried to whip into line disputing than 500 to in cities of groups than 500000 population He sat in at a preliminary con Darby High School Foot hall Player Broke Neck Divingin Shallow Water ie check from the bonding corn puny represents the amount of Judg ment tiled by County Solicitor Albert J Williams on behull of the county tor the taxes collected by Ramsey In to lilUO inclusive and not turned hi There is still pending In he Su preme Court of the State the rnies lion of the bonding companys lia bility on its bond of cov ering llumseys lux duplicates for the yeivr ljlt ilu county court in mi opinion llled nouily two months go by Judtji W Honor 1YonelUld lis niLssod Ihe appeal of he bonding eniiipuiy Attorney K Wallace Chad IllUl i ui ff t lng Collev Hcd to Hot Springs to j rior Oetavio former Chief l niliody Ahiss wick representing the surely coin hide and Shank followed to devise j of Poliee Antonio Ainciarl nnd forwidow wlui was tried U SaUm Aliiss puny Inter carried the appeal to some means of disposing of him Hali mayor of Havana Jose jo bnrt said Shank confessed i All are fugitives I or The 4yearold child who told poj They were chinRed with lMrilltld Hcemen his name was Cline wns inent of public funds fraud falsity beiiiR cared for by Malvein police j swindling homicide assassination I jIe saict his mamnia and pupa drank t grave injury and Ihinji arms i grape juice after 1 told them to leave De Ccspccles designated his treasury The remarkable courage that gained it alone bocausa I saw Mr Shank i secretary Suens lender of murder of hii bus was freed by a jury which t yrstfiuy an enviable reputation for Archibald more than 500000 populat The revised code offered by the publishers did not contain their previous specific reservation against licensing or injunctions restraining publicationThis was one of their conflicts with Johnson Howard Davis president of the Publishers Association explained that the proposed permanent codes un rulcdon section against a third party interfering in labor contracts was re Miller 16yearold Darby boy on the football field is enabling him to wage a valiant fight for his Jife in the Dela w i something in it the powerful ABC Revolutionary Soj Authorities said they understood jciety lo act us liaison ollicer between the Collcys had been star witnesses in i thc government American Amj a recent murder trial at Akron It bassador Sunnier Welles to negotiate eamed letters in Colley s phasize brewing troubles in the NRA j ware County Hospital such ns came to a head Monday Miller regular end on the Darby Continued on Last Iagc when Prof William P Ogburn re signed from the Consumers Advisory Board The flareup of labor board members was said to have a simmer High School football team lives at 410 South Seventh street Darby On August 1 while diving into the waters of Darby creek he struck bottom and ing counterpart in the industrial j rescued by his brother board headed by Walter Teaglepresij ford 14 dent of the Standard Oil IN TONC WAR SAN ANTONIO Tex Aug 1C TT XT r mrLitr JO iictnii 1Jlklj WllUtl on all economic and linancla prob lems An early effort lo readjust Cubas indebtedness was j Tux collections are ditlicult at pres cut and the possibility is visualised MASS JURY FREES MRS COSTELLO IN KILLING the highest slute court No hearini be given there until January Ramsey pleaded guilty nearly a year to defalcations In his tax collections and xvns scnloneed to n term of five to 111 years In thtrast orn IenlUntiury Ajiiiiilnl Tax nllciliir The commissioners yesterday ap pointed Mrs Sadie K Ward as col i lector of county and poor tnxes in i Hie borough of Upland The bor j oiiRli council had already named I Mrs Ward ns collector of borough nimounml Ulllt 110 nilc Chief Clerk Inink PUXSOII and his assistants lYiink McCann George Rocket t and James Cuvnnaugh with several typists remained at their desks after closing time There was such a mass of petitions however that the delail work of entering them will probably not be completed before tomorrow AmoiiK Ihe men whose were tiled for he Republican nomin ation for shiriM Gen eral William G Price Jr T Wood ward Trainer nnd James A Shrop shire chcstLr William Wright Yca clon John M L Kerns Upper Darby Jimes P Dougherty Ridley Town ship James M Hamilton Middle town Township Major John Henry Kay Yeadon floberl K Henzcy Up per Darby Samuel K Brown Ridley Park Anthony TamlmiTO Upper Darby and Kvans Harvey Birming ham Township For the olrke of prothonotary Re publican petitions wen filed by Mal achi S Pnncoast Springfield Town ship and Henry Davis Upper Darby Three Republicans also Hied petitions for Hi oilierof County Comptroller as follows James T Stewart Lans fTTPi N f TYmp MR Chinese restill lut IS Li 1 Ollg JO 1III1USI ILbUtll i may soon unable lo needed New Jersev allegation that such membership required under the Recovery law asking that if Johnson found it im practicable to rule on this question now thatan official ruling be given setting forth the NRA policy of the FREEDOM OF 1RESS VITAL NEW YORK Aug De claring that he had found an un healthy public state of mind and considerable private criticism of Gen eral Hugh S Johnson and the Na tional Recovery Administration Dean Carl W Ackerman of the Columbia School of Journalism today published a warning against curtailment of the freedom of the press Ackerman asserted that the govcrn wsene pRutherford and a companion Harry i war in 160000000 of indebted l ONeill 16 of Pine street Darby car colony here Two Orientals fled after I recovery ad rjcd the unconscious form of Arclii Fong fell in n fusillade of shuts j twiiinutdon i ISPUT IN RANKS BANKING STOCK OF DEMOCRATS commended to meet a campaign Teagles part in the compel employes of newspaper that his neck was broken t T 1 I t t LUill 11O IICCK Wllb O1OKCI1 STATE PATROLMAN Although his ure was at rust spaired of the cheerfulness of the She Returns to Children j After Trial for Slaving I0111 u mi the tax c tor vacancy in JJethel towmhlj Husband ontiinied nn Seven Courtroom Crowd Cheers hip and QUESTION OF TIPS NOT CONSIDERED iiulJiuicii on iSeven F1KST YKAIl PIJPUS 5000 Gather Outside SheMUST UK VACCINATED Sohs With Joy A religious worker slugged a cop last night and is now at liberty under S300 bail for court appearance next to RFC plans to Ahsorh Prom clans new hope With his neck en month William H Fink of steel brace and his spine nell roadLima connected with the j n cast the boy lies motionless and Rind of the World Sotak of the dai when he will rejoin cicly 5huyrcli that own The Darby High School squad in time Continued on Page Seven MISS CHESTER IN ELOPEMENT ovcr the entire hospital and daiiv he is vis victim l alr01 i ited by dozens of his high school homl when DeHnev drove past on hospital physicians despaired of his accosted th lifc but now they state there is not Fink it is charged grew boisterous 1 Delaney placed a hand on the argu incntative preachers shoulder and 25 to 30 Per Cent Over Nation WASHINGTON Aug SALEM Mass Bur nett Costnllo was freed ycslerdny of the charge of murdering her lire n rr j j JIT captain husband William J Costello Kiflorts to hncct Harmony poison The verdict of thc jury sent the comely thirtyoneyearold widow back lo the arms of her three small children and dramatically eniled one i of the most sensational murder trials Civic in Massachusetts history Fa U Chargcd hy Speak ers at Local Meeting Members of the Roosevelt right 1933 by the United Lengue and Nathan Pcchin chairj Since July 17 when Mrs Costello 01 UK iuiiituiutiiiiuii uiuuiiiii i If present policies are carried to volt fo lowers in this city his was R limit the Government eventually charge made last nltjhl bv the limit the government eventually would own from 25 to 30 per cent of i l homos r on the stand against Mrs Costello by Edward McMuhon Mrs Costcllos president of he j scornful and vehement denial of Its the outstanding bank stock estimated Roosevelt Club of Delaware county Inith the circumstantial evidence now at approximately speech to the ornanixation mem piled up by District Attorney CrtTfiK ii and throiiRh it all Mrs Costello i held at the oflice of smiling ImpertirbalHy modi It a told him he was under arrest You cant arrest me shouted Pink and let go a haymaker that landed flush on Delaneys mouth This was a little too much for the officer and Fink was speedily re Jesse H Jones chairman of the GovernmentOwned Reconstruction James R Kent 130 West Fifth street AT STEVENSON POST Finance Corporation has indicated i Feeley told of his position in tin superdrama of the courtroom L oirj I R F c slaiKls to up present battle He said that he was Jtidne Kredei ick M Fosditk con to 51000000000 worth of preferred I original Roosevelt man and was MajorGeneral Will Jr retired a member fred Stevenson Post ican Legion will address the members ness needs moved to the office of Magistrate of that organization at a meeting in I Fred Cooper in Media The charges placed before the Post will also have present mem derman were resisting nrrcst and as sault and battery upon an officer in the performance of duty Fink swore that Delaney had grazed him bers of the legion county committee and the delegates to the State con vention which opens in Philadelphia next week General Price who is The culmination of a romance which had its beginning shortly after the title of Miss Chester had been conferred upon her was revealed to day when it was learned that Miss Hclen P Lee of 1226 Crosby street this city is the bride of Joseph Mc Aldon of Morton avenue thc cere mony having been performed in Philadelphia on Monday Miss Lee the attractive brunette daughter of Mr and Mrs Phillip J Lee became one of thc most talked about persons in this city last year when she showed a steady lead in the popularity contest sponsored by mer chants of this city and which culminated in her choice as Miss Chester after many thousands of persons had given her their support j s pickets each wearing a Ulc meeli as the most popular girl The award vuh tnc word strikcr painted n rcr pane nnrkA7Tenrv TXTrIl vou for the contest was a trip to Ber wcrc sccn Ilcar practically PROMISED INCREASE t b tfilliam G Price stock to assist bank rcorganixatlons defeated nt the polls for delegate to ier of Sergeant Alj nnti to help going institutions expand he convention by iv Smith man st No ISO Amertheir capital to meet increasing busiAfter Roosevelt won the nomination chidrd his IOIIK nnd explicit to the Jury which for twentyninu ontiiiircd on Iurd Fcelcy said Govcrnmcnt officials point out that i Delaware county was nooscvelt Club of the Post Home next Friday night they do not intend to go into active j formed cam1 DARBY M ERCH ANTS were opened at i public ownership or operation of the Y M C A building and the club WILL SUPPORT NRA Continued an Last Continued on Seven j Following rousing address by Wll VncclnnUon of nil children plan ilng to enter the city schooLs at the Beginning of the Fall term In Sep ember Is being urged by Dr J P Nolnu chief of the school district ncdleal sUlt and Dr John B Klopp lis nKslstnnt ParenLs arc iwked to give attention to the necessity of complying wllb the vucclnnflon rcg ilationM ami to eoopcriite with the icliool district medical corps in see ng that all the beginners are vac cinated by the opening day Septem ber 7 The pupils bRglnnliiK school required to show vaccination certifi cates issucd by n recognized physi cian If thcse cannot be produced they are allowed a 10day period ir which they cim nttend classcs before they will be refused admittance with out vnccination To continue how ever they must be vaccinated li cases when a child has been vac cinated but has last the certificate n renewal may be acquired from physician aiul must be shown to tin examiners Since the laws require the vaccina lion II is urged tluit nil those win will begin school in September hav the task done as soon us possible s that there will be no delay In theft yetting a good start C H KSTliTllM A N A TM S TO END COAL STRIKE and the Motorcycle Patrolman said candidate for the Republican nomi that tiie closest he came to Fink was nation for sheriff is one of the early about 10 feet Magistrate Cooper j members of the veterans organixa fixed the bail at lion and it is expected there will be a large turnout of exservice men to hear the former commander of the i riTit1 i i HIT11 IT1 Pennsylvania National Guard The All rl hi K hi county committee and thc delegates will hold a prcconvcntion caucus STRIKE PICKETS Senora Machado and Her Kin Seek Refuge in Phila lljiin V Delahanty manager of the Delaware County Chamber of Com merce in which hi explained various of the National Recovery Act members of the Darby Chamber of Commerce and Business Mens Asso ciation unanimously voted to ioope Tips were not taken Into conslder 11 on In providing minimum wagei or employes of restaurants under he fair practice code In Using u minimum wage of 23 ents nn hour in cities the size of Jhester the codewhich was approved or temporary operation by NRA pro idos Gratuities shall not be considered part of the remuneration of any The rate was subject to R deduc tion for menls furnished employes of 25 cents it men so long ns It did not exceed in any one week HrStiuirimt owners In this city mid club stewards will meet tomorrow night at the Chester Club lo final action on the code FAIR AND WARMER WEATHER PREDICTED WASHINOTOK Aug INS Klmcr Andrews Inbor coininissloner of New York and James F Dewcy a conciliator of the Labor Department Fair and warmer Is the forecast for today in Eustcrn Pennsyfrnniii New Jersey Delaware and Maryland It will lie partly cloudy tomorrow with local shower1 probable In tha afternoon or at night The mercury reached an altituda ycstcrduy of 84 degrees at S1 p m and 11 low of 07 al n m Tho average WHS 70 and normal for the day 75 The hottest August 15 on record here was 92 degrees In 1900 and the chilliest 5U In 1D24 Sunrise loday was at a m and sunset xvlll be at p m Eastern Daylight Saving Time U S TKKASUHV BALANCE WASHINGTON Aug Tls treasury net balance for August 14 war Miscellaneoui Internal revenue receipts that day were Customs receipts for the month through August H left today for Unionlown Pa to Inj wcre vestlgatc Ihe coal strike The meeting was hcid in Dublin Inn Gcrardo Machado the wife law Jose Emilia Obrcgrm whose plan pKn of Cubas overthrown dictator her it war lo debark there said nfriodic n rot ES r i three daughters and their husbands Obrcgon a Havana publisher and i c rate with the Koverhmeiu in every re lcavlnB specss reyards the NRA mitleo reprusenUng Gov aifford Pin n ttv rliyl irirl ii it 111 ivrtlili nn muda which was greatly enjoyed by dyeing and cleaning cstablish Miss Lee shortly after her victory mcnt m his city this All of the strikers kept within the bounds of the law and no intimida tion or coercion was attempted by the employes who walked out in The young couple journeyed to Philadelphia Monday obtained a marriage license and was married When questioned this morning the brides mother admitted that she knew j little of the details of the informal Philadelphia The strikers are ask marriage having heard of the affair ing for only through a letter sent by the wagcs eloping couple from Atlantic City where they are honeymooning hours and more PRICE OF f i ixivxu fivn grandchildren and a retinue of former director of the Chan National servants today sought safety and Bank at Havana said he hud thounht refuge in Philadelphia of the plan to stay in Philadelphia j i Suddenly changing their plans to during thc partys hasty flight from Chester coal dealers today an proceed directly to New York thc thc revolution torn Republic ho held 1 sunced that beginning September party debarked from their train in it secret until the last rnimitrr o 00 vrio K MO1 OI ou i A vt VVil A RAIN AND WIND chot of Pcnnsylvaniu explain the un rest in the strike and report charges of discrimination against Topics of Times One Hundred Shoemakers To Re union miners and llic failure of some ceivc Jobs reads a Times headline of Iho companies to abide by UieiThc NRA k also helping to savs peace agreement approved by Prcsl thousands X soles eh dfnt Roosevelt DKIKNDANT IAVS COSTS nounced 1 the prices on all sizes of anthra cite coal with the exceptions of I A man out west wrote to Mayor t Ward and ays he is anxious to get i wife We know several that hs West Philadelphia early today They I like Philadelphia and believe it I KINGSTON JanuiUa Atic Ifi ensconced themselves in several suites will be buckwheat and rice will be advanced of rooms on the tenth floor of the stay he aid suitable place lor us to death list approaching i for 50 cents per ton Pennsylvania Hotel near the campus 500000 FAMILIES OFF RELIEF ROLL WASHINGTON Aug Almost 500000 familes went off the nations relief roils in June federal relief administrator Hopkins reported today Retailers said the advance in price of the University of Pennsylvania Most of the local establishments sdue to notification they received arc aflccted by the strike but two or yesterday from producing companies more establishments were still open that retailers will have to pay that they would be able to cater to thc toOst to the consumers wants of their customers despuc the Tnc increase ranges from five to Senora Machadn nnd family Strike 20 cents a ton higher than thc adI plan to remiin in Philadelphia for at least three or four days her onin j 100 was feared today s the result of I studied there in business college a violent storm which swept Jamaica war Magistralc Ed ward fi of the Seventh attenri on charges of school James L Rankin says he may not f or five years and the city nnd last night nnd early today nny more meetings of the Thc reporter who thr peace njid disorderly i covers their meetings until the wee in the moming wishes them would agree on tha he siid i hcimcrior ndicated hnvy casual he paid the costs and both women Obrcgon declared he felt no concern i lies were pin ced under a peace bond HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY By United Press KIDNAPERS ELUDE TRAP WITH o That Exacted New i Ransom for Factor Flecj 250 Chicago Officers i vance in September a year ago Continued on Seven ALL HANDS WERE ON BOARD IN THIS SEA MISHAP AT HAWTHORNE Last Skippy Weather clear track fast AT CONEY ISLAND Duchess Weather clear track fast Auc kidnapers that exacted a new ran som payment from John Jake thc barber Factor wealthy stock pro moter were still at largs today after eluding a fantastic trap set by 250 police federal agents and deputy sheriffs Twenty picked detectives and fed eral agents were assigned to guard Factor his wife and two children from possible retaliation by the kid napers Authorities feared the gang sters might strike back at Factor be cause he cooperated with police and government operatives i As the search for the two extorj tionists continued today chief of tectives William Schoemakcr ani nounced that the fugitives were memj Yea can put it cJovrn hat thc City of Victoria s one rlurdy Aflrr her hticc rarco of lumber shifted off Cape Flattery rausinp her lo list at ansp heres how thr ship limped inlo Port Albcrni B Continued on Last Page a run of 500 miles A number of cattle was lost The ship was loaded and went on lo Shanghai GROUP ORGANKESIBUSINESS MEN MOSQUITO FLEET PLAN FOR OUTING Picture In Times shows New York tailor having blue eagle tatooed on his chest Be careful The NRA offi cials wont stand for any skin games One swallow doesnt make a sum j mcr But Little Dick says a summer makes one swallow plenty Thc new register of the IT S i i i Treasury is an amateur magician All Types of Sin all Craft iVcst hnd Merchants and so is one of our state Reprcsent i ty ii i A speaker here said auto prociuc 31 rinnlOn LaKC this year would be the greatest j in years We can soon expect to fiml nplte the nf monoy for inj The West End Business Mens asmanV lhe road as tncrs dulgence In personal plrisures association has been acclaimed during 8as stations troup of local nifii and boys lias I he pnst few yeans for the shown an Increased Interest in boat1 asm with which thc members adi ing during the sunitner and there has vance their proJccLs According to sprunr up In the irar of thrr Knighln President Charles JWard and cliair on Creek Near j Park Drive of Colunibus Hall Ninth street and Deshoiifc Drive along the shore of thc Chester river a center for small man of the committee in charge The Weatlier WASHINGTON Aup Joseph Rcilly next Wednesdays out T vcaincr forecast Eastern ing at Brinton Lake RIVCS promise PcnMsyvanfa Cloudy probably n uiinUtinc picture of the of being the most successful in the si0wcrs tonight and Thursday larger yacht clubs hislory of the awociallon Mklitly warmeV Thursday and in Chairman Rnilly has a live wire lonighl The amateur skippers center their activities about a wharf and house boat which have brcn landmarks in tho section for a number of years nnd which serve admirably as dock j in facilities and a base from which many interesting long and short i cruises have been made Lhe past few months i Boats of the fleet number about a Continued on Page Seven committee working with him such Western Pennsylvania hiLstlcrs as Charley Levy Joe Tercha j cIottdV warmer in soulh and east Harvey Rttcr Harry Cunningham tonight Thursday showers and Art McCIaskcy Invitations have brcn sent out to other clubs I snd and there has been a favorable response Thc Emmertz Mullin Posf V F W expects to bn well represented as the business men Continued on Pasc Seven TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m62 II a m 7 a m63 Noon a m a m 10 a m 66 I p m S8 3 p m 70 74 7S 78 79 ;