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Chester Times (Newspaper) - November 27, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania STAMP OUT TUftCRCULOSIS imt FINAL EDITION V With All Latest and Best of the Day 58TH 17760 Dallv Leased Wire Reports of United Press UP1 and International News Service INS CHESTER PA MONDAY NOVEMBER 27 1933 PRICE TWO CENTS SOME OFFICE HOLDERS BACK PENDING APPEAL Certain Employes Contend Status Is Unchanged While Awaiting Decision FAIR AND COLDER WEATHER FORECAST Federal Court Officials Arrange for Holding of Conference Fair and colder Is the forecast lor today in Eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware nnd Maryland It will bo cloudy and warmer tomorrow followed by light rain The highest temperature here yes terday was 58 degrees at i p in and the lowest was 35 at 805 a m The average wns Tour degrees above the normal of 42 The maximum record for November 20 was 69 in 1893 and the minimum record 20 in 1932 Sunrise today was at 7 a m nnd sunset will be at 438 p m Eastern Standard time LEAD IN VOTE COUNT IS HELD BY N P PECHIN Latest Check Jives Him 746 More Votes Than Were Cast for Gen Price OPPOSITION WETS Some of the political job holders D D A TTT 1 who were last Friday found guilty of i 1 1LH Uil a conspiracy in united States District I Court Philadelphia and who were I OT admitted to bail pending a decision of the Court of Appeals for a new trial were back on their respective jobs today It was explained by one of thc group that the decision of the Appel late Court in granting them their freedom in bond sets aside the verdict of guilty and does not change their status until an opinion is handed down on the first Monday in March 1934 when the case will be argued Controller James T Stewart de clared no one employed at the court house had resumed work rind if they do their pay warrants not be honored It was expected that a conference between Judge Joseph Buffington senior judge of the United States Cir cuit Court members of the defense counsel and Chet A Keyes would be held in Philadelphia totiay Judge Buffington having expressed a desire for such on Saturday The jurist wantsthe record of the case placed in his hands at the earliest possible mo ment This record is the largest ever taken in a criminial case to be brought be fore ihe Circuit Courts of this juris diction which extends over Pennsyl vania New Jersey Delaware and the Virgin Islands Last Ditch When venes Tonight DT A Vf I LAll 111 Fight Seen Official Tabulation of 21 Precincts Completed Finish Work Today STEERING NATIONS MONETARY MACHINE With 219 precincts officially tabu lated Nathan Pcchin Democratic candidate for sheriff is holdinp a ma jority of 746 votes over Major General William G Price Jr Republican There arc 19 precincts yet to be counted The official count now stands Piic KeCOIl 39373 votes Prclun 40119 The precincts tabulated Saturday were Second svaid first Price 251 Pechin 142 Seventh ward first Other Bills to Be Made Ready This Week for the Governor 132 Pcchln 174 First ward second 210 Pechin 243 Second Ward second Price 201 Pechin 150 Seventh ward second HARRISBURG Pa Nov Price 231 Pechin 200 renewed opposition from i Several election boards appeared ABANDONMENT OF TROLLEY CAR LINES APPROVED City Streets Will Soon Be Clear of Tracks of the S P T C Company Permission Is Cranted for Operation of Buses Routes Announced TODAYS GOLD PRICE UNCHANGED AT WASHINGTON Nov 27 The government today fixed Us price on newly mined American told at tin ounce unchanged for Ihe pnsl six days Todays Washington price was DO ccnt1 nbov thc world price set at London loduy The London price todny was 12r 3j pence down 1 shllliiiK pence from Saturday Based on ihe London opening rxehWRc rale for the pound sterling tlilfi was equivalent to a fine ounce The dollar remained nt filJ3 cents ROOSEVELT AND MORGENTHAU IN FINANCE PARLEY I Treasury Chief Confers at Warm Springs Georgia Over the Situation MOB HANGS TWO THAT CONFESSED HARTS SLAYING wets whom Governor Plnchot lias before Judge Albert Duttoii MacDade on Saturday to explain discrepancies termed insincere he state stores m their return sheets and several plan of liquor control and its more were scheduled to appear today compnnying tax measures are exj The boards summoned Saturday cor pected to be approved by the special reeled their errors all of which were session of the Legislature before the j technical Driving ahead with bis monetary Irrslilinl UuiiscviH is shown with twcen Second and Seventh streets Aetliiff Secretary of Treasury llcnrv MgrRCiitliaii Jr at Warm Iuurlh street between Welsh street Ga whire it was expected llicy would confer on the snvernnunls sold lui Kdiiinont Discontinuance of service and the nbindonment of its street railwny lines en several branches and sub stitution of buses will soon be stnrteri by the Southern Pennsylvania Trac tion Company Linrs where the company will re move its me Kdfimonl arcj if Pliiiminrl line hrUvrtn Twentysixth and Kdp l lv UlOUSaiUI MOl 111 mont avenue Upland and Fifteenth street nnd avenue Provl Uinice nvenue between Twelfth nnd Thirteenth streets Morton nvenue I and Simpson street ICddyslom ton nvenue between Fourth and Fifth OllC Set Ac sireels Welsh street between Second and Ninth streets Market street be tlOIl 1 HKCn ilS Youth S Bodv Is Found latl Doors and Kidnapers liolicy nw between EdRinonl av Slxlh and Spnml SAN JOSE Gill Nov MAN IS OF RATS ATTACK Phila Commerce Chamber Adds Voice to Foes of Money Policy WARM SPRINGS Ga No Roosevelt today re viewed the administrations gigantic j public works program and method1 I of KpecdinK it up to provide jobs for 1000000 men this winter The chief executive had before him comprehensive reports of Secretary of the Interior Icles who also is public works administrator and responsible for curryIUK out this important phase of the national recovery program While II was not revealed what specific matters came up in the first of a series of conferences between Mr Roosevelt and ickes observers here felt that the former was partic ularly anxious for the completion of a proyram of coordination between public works and the newlycreated civil works authority AN OLD EDIFICE Two confessed kidnapers who mur Tliird street from Market street to Thanksgiving holiday Recor for the livening tonight at 9 v third week of the oclock session the legislators will face a last ditch fight of obstructionists who wish Governor Plnchots program already partly enacted scrapped for one of their own In the fight for thc other county Rodent Inflicts Wound j Marcus Hook The recordcomprisesflOOO pages 1 Since mostly from Philadelphia and Pittsburg were not mrt of The I werc unablc to muster strength in were not part 01 me I lhe Rousc haU thfi smooth work and when the other documents and papers trial are incorporated another 1000 pages will be added This does not j InnliHo hrnf n Iho nnv pUOllCttll UrgUIUiSilLlUIl ililU aUUHIllS y PI tration members there is little chance j JrRepublican publican candidate for prothonotary is leading the other Republicans trailing the Democratic candidates The votes for 219 precincts rac I County J Craw ford Democrat 39214 James T Stewart Republican 38940 S Pancoast Republican 39089 James F Galla gher Democrat 38826 Firemen IS Price street from Price street through Trainer on Past road to Tenth nnd Market streets Marcus cast on Market street That Necessitates MeclU cal Treatment Save St Martins Church From Destruction Paul Gamotti 23 years old of i The edifice of St Martins one Pahview road Swarlhmorc sought of the oldest chvirches in Ihe country treatment avenue the terminus of the Application filed by the traction company with the Public Service Commission hns been approved for the discontinuance of the trolley cat service and ihe abandonment of thc Thomas H Thurmond 2H nnd John M I Holmes 1 of thel casury Tile two motored over the Red Clay roads of Southern Georgia to survey Fortyfive minutes monds body was cut on fire srws trcitment at Tivlor Hosnitil Ritllev ilL Maiden lane and Church line extencliiiR from a point on Edg trcatment at lajioi Hospital Plidlc slrcctS Mnrcus Hook was badly nioiu nvenue near Twentysixth Park yesterday as the result of being damaged bv fire vostcrrlny morning street to the intersection of Third Themol had been around the Jail all evening withstanding barrage after barrage of tear gas bombs thrown by 50 officers barricaded in side The officers defended their pri soners to the last minute but did not use firearms ihlm When It wns nil ovcr eminent attorneys and defense The record will be divided into 50 volumes and the cost of printing it has been estimated at approximately vill have to be loan 11U11 I Ill Tl J I 1 LI jL H HI II ILL 1JI i I 1 I XI Y 1 til 1 combination of Re Clone of O Ilgen bittcn ln a rat Which savaged at Thc flames licked at thc 231 yearI street and Highland iivenuc and Ihurmoiul and Holmes kidnaped I fvi tf t TX 4 firm A1i n lr r i i i 11 i t Tirl in II HiftnLn I ITn PJiiV T and Democrat 38953 Charles Mink Ganzetti sinking its fangs in old wood and brick structure from i from the intersection of Front and iHIM ii Jr Rpmibiinan ShJo i 7 oclock until past noon when memI Larkm strects in the Borough of T 1 1 t Irtft n I i UU1ULXV II11U11 1IUU11 1 I 1 I I I JV 111 Ill In u I Director of the his left arm The wound was cautcr f u t n companies Marcus Hook to the intersection of t flivnrll JITT r 1 McChnV coTitrofbm which j termlSamucl Goodlcy Democrat or300 or more quor J ChfTord H Peoples Rcpubh the supervision of the of lhc Poor ffuU tcv c nrol bard or tomorrow in of the First district were successful Simpson street and Chcsler Pike In Thomas McCracken 67 of Milmont i in extinguishing them After the the Borough of Eddystone Permis and Highland avenues Milmont Park S buttle to save thc historic structure j sion has also been granted the com upper portion of the build 1any to remove Us tracks from Sec Mrs Helen Hackett Democrat rBGTO was also treated in the hospital dis Mrs Kathryn Spingler reached S3285 pcnsary as the result Victims of two minor football ac The Federal Grand Jury which j returned indictments against two of the defendants for tampering with government witnesses will be rej Twxs called Wednesday and rumor has it for further that they will consider another case i will cffi Today muscles and a sprained ankle nnd divulged is the seventeenth day they have Frank Nuigcnauer 26 n n c s noopuai Wa5 n mass of locr and clarred Ond street bridge ovcr Chester river of a dog bite j woodwork The church auditorium i to HiRhliind avenue on which repav and murdered L Hart Nov 7 and the downstairs section soon begin and threw his body into San Fran cisco Hay The body was recovered from the bay yesterday Two hours later Uic mob began 13y nightfall it had reached 2000 When finally the jail doors fell before the j battering rams It numbered 5000 Thurmond was beaten and kicked and was unconscious vhcn Ihe noose At the present time the company ivvas RvVrPuml his body jerked twenty feet Into the air Nicholas Cozzman and his both of whom were under wife of the spotlight from the McClure i been in session noui oi wnom were uiuier ohprinlpri tn hp nn for as witnesses but who were not called is scheduted to be up for ANNIVERSARY OF underPsusPension of the rules to Department of Justice agents dej K s the Scolt bill provides i clare arrested for liquor f u appainlmcnt of n 3man j 1 n f t llrttinnrial t rr board by the governor It j FIRST CHURCH of Virginia avenue Milmont who sustained a fracture of the right arm was ad mitted to the hospital the house adj uemware atnie boundary and who called j tnc boroughs of Marcus MnnV and vurrw Firp Trainer lht Cltv of Chester and the nULJtv ttllLl V A II t lT nt Borough of Eddystone and thence am Pierce was naked but self possessed rope tightened around his His clothehurt been lorn ofT by his tormentors got the wrong man he said D Frank Lorenzo three of 205 I berg stated at his home in St Pauls itnall avenue Norwood while play rectory Eddystone this morning i Hook They accused the magistrate of unusual procedure tonight in order I byterian Church were present yes that the House may receive it im terday in the church Twentythird offering to dismiss their case u tney niccnatciy and rush It through the street and Edgmont avenue to ob agrcsd to substantiate their statej thrcc dcly session this week serve the eightieth anniversary of the ments concerning Chris Nacrclli po The measure must be enacted in formation of the church the fifth to Htical leader of Marcus Hook if they order ihat ihe hoard maystart acting j be organized in this city Thc annit J Tatnall ing on thcMloor of his home ran a needle in the sole of his foot Thc for needle was removed by hospital physicians Two victims of automobile acci i northeastwardly through ihe various 1 A scolc of mcn took tlle frcc cml municipalities to the Boroufih of of lhc VOPC nati bcc thrown i ovcr a tree branch Thc body was We talked over the Treasury De partment affairs Anything more will have to come from the President During the day Mr Roosevelt was expected to sign his name to the 25 codes of fair competition which were brought here by Recovery Adminis trator Hugh S Johnson Among hem was the important code for the mo tion picture industry WASHINGTON Nov of President Roosevelts monetary program would lead to Communism former Senator Robert L Owen D Okla warned last night in defense of the administrations gold experi ments Owen as chairman of the Scnats banking and currency committee in the Wilson Administration had a large part in drafting the Federal Reserve act He is now practicing law in Washington In his atlacfcon the growing de mand for stabilization of the dollar that he cbud not say j monument rnHi np rniiin iiui sav wiiikouHii i rOlltCS thfti CQmpaiU i T tnaL net uoi aaj discoitinuinc at the It dangled ncnr a moir firp nnr rnnlfl hp ntinroxli tnv matori riimnJl Prwcnt time arc ihe Park Place crcctctl to President McKinley The structure had recehllv been re Thlrd strccl and Highland nvenue Thuniionds body was cut Thcstuictm nd recenUj been re d M HookEddystone lines i Gasoline waV poured over It The distance covered by the former ignited The Hre did not consu Continued nn Tage Ten tiiftli tniir A I1U UIALUIIUU LUVUiUlL U IliU tUIIlltl 5 lil 411V1 JAJU t flnP eni 37 miles and the latter 670miles I the body but burned the clothing vcslerdfljr Mnnls Artwcl Oi Darby hs ago At that time thc enj on he township was struck by an amomfi ur south side of the roof was blown j n ster pike at Eddystons l off and the rain soaked almost the I forehead and j entire interior of the church before scrvlcc to George Bil i volunteer firemen and riggers colllcl tiined on 15 Place line is 1 Holmes body I hen wns cut down MISSION SERVICES NOW IN PROGRESS Mission services being conducted for a two weeks period at St Roberts re but It was not mutilated Both Church Twentyfirst and Potter four cars nnd Friday TRY TO DETERMINE ORIGIN OF BLAZE Fire Chief Alexander Calhoun Is investigating the origin of a fire which occurred shortly before 6 Rev William Barrow Pugh present i vjlcn hi Continued on Page Ten pastor presented a brief resume of j another fcc alld WILL DISCUSS BOYS car and ovarturncd at strucVby HURT SERIOUSLY were taken to a morgue Thurmond was in the third floor 2 schedule and cell recently occupied by David A i Lamson Palo Alto convicted wife The line between the Pennsylvaniaj slayer when the mob found him He Delaware Stale line will be continued i at I run XT TJV PAT to Darby through this city ovcr Ninth j ade VV iiliJM Ji 1 to Ccutai avcmie to Seventh Continued on Tftfic Ten street to Morton avenue to Ninth SOCIAL SERVICE Continued on Mcmbers of the Boys Work Com PI isldcISniS C9ncernmg the famines Frcd Gossilin 319 East Thirteenth John McKinney 50 of 913 West i j represented in the first meetings strcc Eddystone fell against a fire j Third street was seriously injured which led to the formation of the plug nnd n lacerated scrlp last evening when he was filled by i Miss Jessie Fulton 4C13 Chester an avitomolnle at Third street nnd i BOROUGH MAY HAVE avenue West Philadelphia was adI Central avenue He is in Ihe Chester j church and the many dimcuiucs mat and adjoining living i quarters of a building located at Eleventh and Upland streets The district summoned M v T i A ni vioip a were met and overcome U Ui tnC 1 IVl Vlll IIUIKK rt s i f I 1 tLinm vvob t check on arrangements for the i In Dr Pugn s oriel irsoncai mittcd to the hospital for a fractured ict Older Bovs1 Conference which i treatise which was excellently lc nc rcsult of R fall dovn a will be held December 8 9 and 10 Parca and enthusiastically rcccyed j nj u Qf s at hcr home The meeting will be held tomorrow j by his congregation the names of a rirrnnrr itf i n rt H ft T H frtr isirict fire companies were ening co thc regular session original signers of the dead for vhe CJJRISTM 4S CHEER d to ths scsne of blaze by lhs rd directors in the old church property were given in V T1 T3 KIDDIES Kinncy was beins driven west an alarm sent in from Box 135 lo Y M C A buildin Seventh street i the order in which they appeared on r cated at Eleventh nnd Madison and Edgmont avenue Thc question j the original document streets The firemen upon entering j of adduionai housing facilities for the placs found incipient blazes in progress in nearly every room of the store and living quarters The flames were extinguished within a few mo ments and only slight damage re sulted At the time the building was unoc cupied as the former tenants had moved out last Friday night taking all their household possessions and thc remaining stock from the store Chief Calhoun learned from thc owner of the building that the ten ants had left the place hurriedly and unexpectedly The fire had every ap pearance of incendiary origin as there was no apparent cause for thc flames to have broken out simultane ously in all rooms of the building Hospital whcrcphysicians say hs may TO CLOSE SCHOOLS die as the result of a compound fracj lure of thc left leg lacerations of the j leg a broken nose and numerous i Iac3ratioiio and bruises The automobile which struck streets by the Holy Cross i Fathers of Notre Dame University Indiana began yesterday nt the lla m mass The first week of the mission serv ices Is to be for thc women of the congregation and those who at tended thc first days service yeslcr day filled the church auditorium to n T T n r r iivT i ils capacity The second week of the CONFER 1 mission will be for thc men of the congregation Last evening the first formal ser mon of the mission was delivered by Rev Father Thomas C Duffy C S C clans held a conference in the court j whQSC t Salvation house at Media Saturday morning Th2 seVviccs be conducted by A small group of social service to the conference in the j tivcs were present yesterday at the homes of residents will be taken up j anniversary services and who arc in addition to program preparations numbered among some of the onsi anti changes nal family groups who founned the First Presbyterian Church are the rZrlfFme 1 PUBLIC FAILED TO BUY FILM STOCKS CaldwelJs and Cochranes and many j invited others who have maintained a close i Th relationship with thc church lnc COUNTY FIREMENS SFSSiON The November meeting of the Del at Probe as Reason aware County Firemens Association i will be held at Lansdownc tonight Emissnvies of Santa known locally as thr Civic Council will conduct a meeting tomorrow j McKinney walked from thcsidewalk and into the side of his car i C Stinc 701 Fourteenth j Park had a narrow j escape from injuries when a brand i of thc meeting is to new car he was driving was struck at Sixth and Madison strcEts by one evening in council chambers City Halls i Hall to which the general public is health qticncies for the last three years is rctaVy of Haverford township S50000 delinquencies for create a greater interest in the move oporated by Louis F Morris 3 of ment afoot to ralso a fund so that j SaViSCf Md stines car w5 over each unfortunate child in inc city nnd considerably damaged but Stewart late of Twentyfourth and will not be overlooked in the distri stine escaped injury DAUGHTER IS HENEFICIARY Thc will of Mrs Wilhclmina s WEST END MAN KILLED BY AUTO ui LLV AS ln prEvious ye lor Collapse Ot Lap the firemen to be thc pucsts of the of thc Slanicv and r OX bution of Christmas cheer As in previous years thc managers thc SUSPECT IS HELD FOR QUESTIONING Both Kerrigan and Morris ware nr rested and arraigned for hearings in Snrai firp rnnnanv vhirh will V poiics court this morning The local ton H Stewart Thc estate is csii thP vivTms at the conch sion of hvc to Kta3c motorist was admitted to bail pond niatcd at SHOO almost all in realty tain the istois at the conclusion o f shew en Christmas morning for in a hcfiring Wednesday mornins Mrs Stewart died on November 3 j Crosby streets thus city probated at Driver Held DaH1V Media leaves her estate to a daugh n tor Irene F Jester and a son Clin ship Negro DlCS 11CI1 Car Plunges Into River thc business meeting WASHINGTON Nov Collapse of the film a group of New York tured from William Fox in 1930 was caused by thc publics refusal to buy iM Ml IKIIKK their securities Murray w Dodge a U If U ITHJlllJLll i the hundreds of little ones many cf j Mnryland tnotwist was rei TTriT i whom will find their stocking empty whcn SUnc to press a i empire which I V L U III H H I I I i on Christmas morn Thc iumdreos cllargc of reckless drivin g and Morrii VI A V bankers cap JT 1 i who so graciously consent to fid in I lo pay the Prcspact Park man iil 1 A hoping i for njs damages Arrested on the technical charge chasc National Bank ofTicial revealed of suspicion Edward Cnambcriam 2J todav al the Scnatc Banking Inquirv of the 400 block Cherry street was Dodge lso lold now his bank was held for investigation when given a jrawn int0 the collapse when it preliminary hearing in police court bailetj out lhc banking group by this morning Chamoerlatn was ar making huge investments in the new rested at 330 a m yesterday ay RCCviriiics Ultimately thc bank Patrolman Starr who testified he i losl while its affiliate thc chased thc man several blocks securities Corporation lost Chamberlains excuse was that he decided to take a walk when he was unable to sleep Another prisoner ordered detained was Joseph Marchoni 53 of the 200 block West Front street whose wife cd With Accessory in Operating Table Death I this commendable work are to make this years event even bijrgcr and better than last year With that thought in mind the i members of tho Civic Council have U S TREASURY BALANCE ARE CONSIDERED masses short periods of instruction In the evenings at oclock there will he thc principal services of the day with thc accompanying sermon Childrens miMion services will be held with tha same priests in charge of Monday Tuesday and Wednesday of this week at oclock in the afternoon The sermon topics for thc evening misison services this week are as fol lows Today Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Mercy of Saturday The Sunday Perseverance STOKE ROBBERY A modest Darby township home was plunged in grief when a Philadelphia detective brought word to the home of Morris J Dallard Negro of 7 Linden ave nue that Dallard had been killed when an automobile skidded at high and dropping sixty feet into the 35 morrow night which will w presided over by Chairman William M Powel month through Nov 24 were S22 The session will bciin at 730 oclock 55659084 27OP rill EXPECT ARRESTS END OF ANNUAL T0 SOLVE THEFTS mi CALI rrnl thf nmiiiT niL nf Its fiiia 1 IS WlfC RllCta J VJ I U ZAiJUA A kj 4 to Ret the empire out of its financial asked police to hold him until she troubles But the plan failed when i Th charge was placed dcspuc the feet of water in the Schuylkill chan I Projects for consideration by the1 it is believed that Dallards two i civil works administration have been j yearold son Morris Jr who was received in tnc offices of Dr Charles j Vith him when he left home had A Ernst from nearly every section nict n similar fate although thc little A thousand dollars worth of Atlan tic and Pacific stores coupons were stolen early yesterday morning by a thief who forced entrance to one of nicht tne companys stores at 1110 Morton avenue The thief pried open a door and in addition to the coupons he stole 25 cartons of The coupons can only be cashed in one of the chain stores and all managers have been warned to be on the look out for them as each bears a serial number Another theft was reported by the owner of a garage in the rear of 123 East Third street a radio receiving set having been stolen from tha struc lure SAILOR TAKES TUMBLE Losinp hi grip while climbing i iivn ini JIILIU f thr county during thc past several 1 i30riy has not been recovered by har vertical ladder aooard a vessel docked l n t TTintiT i rl Trl CF Vnot C fi HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY By tjnitcd Tress Sl300000 before offering the bonds i Judge Joseph B David followed im to the public j mediately after the warrant was pre He revealed the public bought only SI791000 while the corporations stockholders purchased but J9100 Thc bankers were forced to take the remainder Albert H Wiggin then head of thc Chasc National Bank rushed to the rescue Dodge said the bank first took ovcr thc Chasc Securities Cor porations share of the bonds Then tion thc bank look thc share allotted to i HarrisForbes Co Finally it took Aciiilaw Kinjal iMoun over the allomsnls of thc Central tain E1U My Purchase Porter Fanny Flight AT BOWIE i BifT Show Twidgcs TrioSct Desert Sands Conflagra j Illinois Co and the Chatham Phccnix Corporation By December rl 1932 Dodge testified the Chsc March Step Marcasite 5anl held of thc S30 Sluskoday Royal Guard Mincy 000000 irsue This later proved al IMyerson Hchsttr meet a toal loss for the bank land Don Carlos Scotch Another step in ths fnuncins was Tom Attribute Svagfrer Stick Changeable J Continued on Page Ten scntcd to Judge Schiller A score of robberies that have baf fled seasoned dctccivrs of this city months was sovcd by attaches the office has been in operation bor police al Front and Wara streets Peter JAI1 the projects which have been i Dallards body was identified in Olscn 2327 Arman street Philadcl deemed worthy of consideration tin Hi Pllndelphia Mortaio by his Plindropped a considerable distance brother Paul shortly ho fore mid to hold of lhe vessel but escaped tiicht having been recovered from with brush burns He was found by the river short time before fellow employes who had him removed The car belongs to Ralph M Beck to Chester Hospital for treatment of New Castle Del a chauffeur i for Philip D Laird Wilmington Relief work and commodities sup In Dr Ernsts omccs the work is stock brokcr and banker Ho had plied to ncedv personsof this citvnnd handled smoothly and efTij driven to Philadelphia ycstcrdav and vicinity who were served lastyear Clently and thc only point which hns j visited at thc Dallard home Dallard the Chester Chanter of the Amcricaused the administrator any conasked and obtained permission to use L iimt A it The Weather WASHINGTON Nov a Se rand of tho Juvenile Court who are dc cu Red amouiUcd to corn te the fact that the volume of hrV n Ulnlire four eirls in their early teens 384B8 in value All this relief work projects could easily 1 larger than bullets and instructed his mother Dr j taining four girls in their early teens Alice Lindsay Wynekcop in theiv I and who police say have confessed to a number of robberies in my opinion testified Dully The children arc Mildred Doyle 12 anrt colder tonight Tuesday cloudy Da Hard might have had with armcr followed by rain in south 384B8 in value All this relief work projects coma easily ilarger man who Dallnrd might have had with armcr followed by rain in south wns accomplished by a skeleton staff11 haj Dr Ernst has placed him on the ride in addition to his rtion rain or snow west of regular workers assisted by a large i special stress upon thc fact that to t son police do not know nnrtion number of volunteers who offered make the local a success W J McCucn of 221 Scott avemie Pennsylvania Cloudy to i ii n fftw KrirrtiifH T HTIfi n t i crocnHnn j t t t i Anna i their services so that this vast amount against my client Tyrrell raged Seventh street at a Rasolme felloivcd by Iklil rain in south j station at the end of the bridge ajn or srtow in north portion saw the crash and watched tonipht or Tucstiay swimming in the water a irw i tonight antl in tnst portion i seconds later Apparently it was a colder Tuesday night And in In the flour stations established in civil works is designed to create jobs woman extreme west portion in afternoon OM inrxitinne1 HirnucThnitT i fnr tbp mpn of thr roimtrv and lin Shr trip v 1 J aEainsi mv encm ivrnu ILIKCQ This is a conspiracy bv police 1 Detectives spy the children have seven important locations throughout j for the men of thc country and un she tried to swim to shore he said to old hVm and irv o confessed to a number of thefts i thc aren the work on a regular the authorities here m Delaware but she failed anci sank about aO iv tin VT tv J J I on tutrtvrcf Ml UMllit frni trtf Simrk Information out of him If this j from homes apaitmcnts and offices action is legal I had better go back i in thr downtown section Consider to law school I able jewelry pockctborks and other Judge Schiller overruled Tyrrells articles have been recovered and are Continued on Ten 1 Continued on Page Ten tribmion schedule was carried on coi in submitting rith the greatest efficiency by a largeprojects thrir section will not bene fovce nf volunteers on duty at all fit by the program scheduled hours working under the Dr Ernst and his office sun Are Continued on Tagc FigM Conlnucd on Page Ten where the A man later identified as Harry Brabson 37 of 3422 West Fourth street was fatally injured near his Continued on Page Ten TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m 7 a m 8 R m 8 a m 10 R m 13 11 a m 46 Noon 43 1 p m 54 2 p m 42 42 ;