Chester Times, May 4, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - May 4, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NKT PAID ( IfUTLATlON FOR TW EIA I ION I .IS. FN DINU DKC EM BKR 31, 1932 20,328 FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ir With All Latest and Rest News of the Day 57TH VEAR—NO. 17.58 4. NEW ‘BREAK’ SEEN SOON IN NI M NTH KIDNAPING CASE Police on Intensive Search Admit Development, But Keep ( min sol Contact Man Says Anything (an Happen Mother Issues Appeal Pa: »rt Wire FO Ire SN! i UP CHILD HEIRESS KIDWAI’ VICTIM Mi 4 ton t nr tear th* and wit IX INS) rted off v in an idnaped d heir-.lenicn-Maksa* r Lind-a mile lonmen keeping th I ere awn Mr Mi d n HARWICH Ma —Fifty state trooj from pallier headq intrusive search ‘ Prgpv" McMath. ess. with tho rem I ant James Hurl rhusett* state poi: bergh ba bv w as f of his home". Rumors that a would soon brei Harwich as police and there in cars, counsel. When William lee, the contact man at the Mc Math home, finally came to his twire-postponed conference with newspapermen, he had nothing to report at the moment. adding: * I might have something for you soon something that would make good newspaper news." Asked lf that meant that a confact had been established with the kidnapers, he answered ‘No." Asked lf an arrest w as minim* nt he replied evasively. Anything might happen Tee said Mr. and Mrs were standing by the tele: their home. He added. "We are all hopeful. W believe Peggy has been harmed We feel that this is not a case of spite, We think it is a caw of ransom nothing else ’* He said even lf ransom had been asked he could not so inform the press bec ause the father did not want to jeopardize any contacts he may establish with the kidnapers Both Mr. and Mrs MrMath had "five or six hours of slrrp last night asked how the mother was feeling Lee replied! "She is bearing up verv well indeed There has been no weeping on her part no breaking down " “This may be similar to the Lindbergh case ’’ Lieut Hughes declared In addressing his men as they lined up in their khaki uniforms at headquarters. Every camp, every gas filling station, every store and every place that Continued on I’age * . ./ I MKN A NTE I) STORK DAMAGED BV KIRK N(;1 ♦    J. ij Fire of unknown origin inned far. slight damage to a vacant store lo- will; rated at Green and Mrllvaine streets in t shortly before 8 o'clock last evening Thu The district fire companies, re- for I sponding to an alarm sent in from sale Box 125, at Eighth and Caldwell with streets, bv a pedestrian, who saw tiorx smoke issuing from under the front As door of the unoccupied building dis. this covered that the flames had found b"f< their way info the sidewall of the ”wh‘ store and were threatening to spread an p upward The wall was opened and Mr n a ji ,r i'> ' ic fin •    ■    !    •    ■ extinguished by water and cherni- a I* “pi cals.    4919 P The companies were In service ax folk about 20 minutea    Parker CHESTER. PA., Till RSP.VV. MAV I. 1033 INFLATION RILL PINCHOT SIGNS PASSES IN HOI SE; Al t I I KE BEEH VOTE IS 307 TO SU CONTROL HILL Kcmililiran Linos Break Establishes Count) Troas- TWKNTY-TWO PAGES PRICE, TWO ( ENTS SAVED FROM SHARKS - /I and .'IO Aid Democrats, \\ oltendon Barks it Now Loo to Conference Ma> Reach President In End of Meek WASHINGTON Mav 4 The ut- Drm ippc tirers as the Licensing \ ii t hor it > in State Effective .lune I Privileges “Las} to (lot as Dog or Hunting Permits” Governor Also Stuns McClure I    m    m    rn Repeal Measure HARR IS BURO W t recent pe ttier uf 19-year-old Margaret M« 'Lith, whit    kirtiia|»r<1 front her achoo! at Harwich port, 'lav*, bv ,i Negro md two «flite it rom. plieev and im believed to be held in a seagoing craft Mimeo lu re off the 'Ia«xa-fhuvells i o,i*t. *he im the daughter of Neil I 'It 'lath retired engineer of llarw ic hpnrt, 'la** and Detroit. Both her maternal and paternal grand fathers are industrial millionaires. LOCAL BREWERY MOYLAN RESIDENT ERR RES IN SI TT VK TIM OE ATTACK Philadelphian’s Efforts t«» Father of (’minty Historian Lain ( ontroiling Interest Found on Cellar Floor W I ... May 4~~ for Penn-ie 21.mt con* t repealing v set up toff Pine hot a bealing the J McClure, ovided that t guiar f lee-ixwe la del-wo lusts. IS tion of the iiied up for ti meet IV-g and for* 8 for rfpfftl Ith Am md- HAIT MESSAGE APPROPRIATION SENT CONGRESS FOR El,(HH) RELIEF HY ROOSEVELT IN TINICUM TWH. Involves C reation of a Na- State Legislative Commit* tional Co-ordinator— tee Approves Sum of Avoids Duplication    $10,000    For    Dikes Belie'ed Kerned} for Hard- Measure Offered b} Sen-Hit Carriers, But Is ator McClure, Who Con-\greed Experimental    ferred W ith Governor U ASHING ION perdy madmen ncrgrnev progra on of th* sked bv P Mr Roost Mi of rial XI it yet leu ermanent d the fc With the appropriation committee of both the Senate and House at Harrisburg agreeing to include $49 • OOO in the general appropriation bill lr of dikes in the Bow Creek by Creek mu Dom of Tinicum bern Ho I ‘ Prove I'utile Sa'm Woman Felled Him an and mi nm » re on ti b R Ch riRp or ti iHttng Ju Judge Joi MacDad r W M B vote on the rule in its entirety, in I not in lied un Page 'I went' AHUM NNI-: YI BWS OF NKW SC III MJI, Th- Chr.f.r School DI" rift hn» rf- Coli tem thrr B«‘v now the! aliet .ane pin W Jeffi of C id R !|KM1 d l< p hi rig r< *t build Larkti street) Re rat HARRI gal alco ,■ ncd nm is.ved It. MeClui died con g aul ho lira Uv 1 mdled b rd anre ter he hich pla A epa 1 id. iv hr 1 1 art up if IL 'RO Pa . M 1933 the s vialed on ted from iong the ion 'Hie 1 repeal, under* of nm would that Hide 1 opposed sen slmi-eonimon-r of the I I’ 'nu Harding, tannin* movie Mar anil ermt while delight of eoanty . drama follower* at the Hedgerow , theatre. Itmr 'alley, narrowly e* railed death in mhaik Infested water* off llav ana ir*trrdai I he « aptate of their mniall rraft warn killed hi ( I mharkm. ANN HANDING IS SAVED AS BOAT I PS EIS IN SEA In Water 312 Hours Escapes Sharks That Killed Skipper of Smack A el less Safe iii Havana With Secret ar.', and Kirkland, Film Star epa I Rep rn Ai r* 3 Cl A* M d control re Comm ‘lit mn ol HAVANA. and A lr rn a mk L *ale MIKI (lls* and similarly * in Pennxvl-ited bv the *n<t M ernor Pinchot the aet re*.s. att ate jugula tuft) Aftrr a narrow r felted w#Uei rn Gelav { trea.1 John *Mab- Y*« hi C thro IX Biltm They were r after the *ktp| nae* ax "easy to fishing rnmaek 1 dent ilrenxea" also the dangerous e officials    Harding and Kirkland an its drafted In ae- a f^w aliya ago for a vaeat governor i artabe* | WU® th* \ wrie engag'd ed another plan I George Andrew*, a**Infant mg in the court inroads * t Roosevelt today M ge to Congress. for re 1eci.ii Ina Unit he and I to submit a plan township residents of that are* are hgtslation recoin- urging that something be done for •wing emergency immediate relief in the flood area. The fight lo end Tinicum* flood > recapture provi- danger was carried out to a succe**-rntate Commerce itll issue by Senator John J McClure, who carried his campaign to Gover-!wnv holding com- nor Pinchot and to the member* of Hider th*1 legula- the Legtxlature and produced photo-f the Interstate graph* to show the extent of the aion.    flood a    Pedetal co- lh** senator w.>> in    i-ten?    t^    tile of transput fat ion    appropriation    be    regarded    a* an Roosevelt'* message arrived emergency measure and that it wax ie Capitol. Chan man Rayburn the duty of the alate to protect th* e Hou *' Inlet*latr and Foreign people in the flood district ncrrc Committee made public i Governor Pinchot has agreed to cg Isla lion    which la    proposed bv    approve an    appropriation of    at least ^ministration for    the carrying    $25 000 for    the work    He    has    also f its emergency proposals    duetted the Department of Forest,* * legislation provided for crea* and Waters to make a survey to eat!-if the coordinator.    . mate the exact coat of stopping tho MXI' OI Mil VU > * \ <, £    venous inundation.' Secretary S’aiey says the survey will be started imedi-* meaaage follow's: lately. I wa va still const i- Senator McClure last night said ha erica of commerce believe* that MO OOO will be ample to ten v this time. repair the dikes, which have broken traffic ta not stiff!- this spring. Hr expressed the belief to 11)i11»*e existing that it ii possible that the work od the .• tipple men-    may Im* done for $25 000 Hied by near forms    David F Trirster, head of th* Greater East wick Improvement As> fill Im i is so to **o- elation, commenting on the announce-irs of tram port*- ment of the news from Senator Mc-ii adequate s ;vice Clure said: v to submit to the | "While we are grateful lo the Bencite naive plan for ator for the interest he has displayed •on    ; in having thta item included In the •wevrr that three bill for the next two years, the fact un and should be still remain* that nothing is being t this special seumon of the done at the Immediate moment to alleviate flood conditions in aouth-First,    I recommended the repeal    weal Philadelphia of the ie* i pt lire provision* of (he    ’What may happen within rh* I of erst ale Commerce Commis ion Act nf*’ *»o years Isnt going to do any *    -h*    ' nine i pp rom mi v ion haa point'd out that *f,od now. Report,* have bern made r of their capitate! I    to me that (he break* in the dikes, Continued on Page I wmty    through which flood wafers    already ea mon ‘ei* Miss    have poured, rendering scores home- -a VA NI).'US I) AMACK less and endangering hundred* of b. deny    homes ate enlarging at the    rate of MANY BBOBKBT1KS    *»«» a day." Tile •*'Ihe Ute ti I! Till Iliff I 4 Ann Harding ( rkland, film stars. I trdo. secretary to em* safe here today ,nk <*lie in the shark* Cot •ff tile Havani manent legk I do believe rrgency step en PITT' I. ' 'IMI I It > UMI! (ary of the Ament an Fmha.w sail- d a ll Mw on every harm! 1 in* in his amal! craft, found iii# 5    wilat#    owners    and    agenta    in    I    ................. ,w ,|.    ii i (• e com pan xx. t iingmg to the    kt el    1,11 ‘d.v or it thru wits *nd to    Seven Negro gambler* taken in a He will sign It    Fndav he of the over-turned fishing boat.    He    Grill a solution to lamia!* who are    raid Tuesday afternoon, when De- Van ! hauled them to safety after they    had j    raiding vacant pi open im and ateal-    tpr,lvrjl ivajghe.tv and Braman in- ML Ana fltftlf!4F&.    I Hep ASKS TUNNEL EROH NERE TON. J. I onlintied on Tage I umM BOYS’ WEEK ITT ANO HOBBY SHOW n pulled Vltff. "Fir He I v fled I here Iv the IO •quire n a la!get force Madwai Williams 40, SOO block West Second street, Harrv Havage We*t Sixth street; fjhlljp Stewart. 27, Banana avenue, Amo* Cooper 46, C on Nr I>irru I I I* >< mull - 'I 'lilt Not h na cie Bill Simu<‘wt> F.ntries Arc Numerous For Need; Would (Jet IL F . ( . Event in A , M. (A. This * As I Mr. La: iw Mr i. I am CONSne INS * Th* IX'KI Pa Financial Aid Evening HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY I Bt ('flite* Pre**) d Nf 0. TI Al PIMLICO I —i None.I ?---'ir* *«pinf. lo 'rmv stimuliw. Kanal. In*pe*t»nn    r*    fir 3—Ruby Keller. Vnung Prime, (iame n- f\ - 4—Cnlnssal. \'e*tv* I.ad.    Church 3—(None,!    afternoon ft—Mark Bennett Iii hosier l.nrd R ig- ninj r, , * Ian. 'eenlade. '•(roll 'bing. 'Imtie,    . Ri*n< nr 7-—1 None I It— I None. I "rather, elear; track fa*t. < ontinaed on Page I midi* BISHO!1 F. NL TAITT IN ROLE DF HOST ti rn na tunnel con Jeer! Francis M Taif of >P of the Pennsvlv the Pro’estant Epiac ill be present tomo it Hie annual outing ie Minis’ere Awv-ia*. ■ d Vicinity, which wil or lock rn Strath Hi J. IE BEW CALLS OIL TAX UNFAIR Sun Oil Head Sa.'* Fenfire Burden ( annot Fie Borne bv Fe" ie New Re pm nting If Jerse Leg) reel in ep hm project for *ueh in evented p in p ne nf I addn im %T 'I HORA 1—None. 2—Hr. ( oogle. Bobs l ick Madge He 3—Poll*- E, 'al I 1—Mig* Ite* nolds Butter Ball !i—Hone for (ii—llenrv I urn 7—Bv Product Hoosier Prime "rather, elear; lra<k, heave AT I III IO HILL IHI" \> I — fire Flash 2— Babe Mare. < renlr Bird Long BU Ribbon, Na pc-ta    Noh\ia, 'lls* Flip. I^*afle‘ I—( oplev Square I—Red Forage, sabre stash I \rn Plav, (ruiilr Brook. Wood lander. Solid American. Bismarck. Bobh* Surep, V—! None). tv— None t. 7—-Bichloride. 'be I urst. ti»\,ego Prince**. Black Nose. Olive A. K—Belen. Peace Lad* Inn, 8wa Bishop elergyme of the r year the anniversi Prof tm ti t where hi of t he v annual <> The af mark th* ti va ie* o and the mg wi Ti Iergv in th Bishop ci it PfHscopat be imem ling t< ‘nurcl WASHIN 4 Hi outhea/ter •rn New Jersey. Concerning the fi i formidable enterf UKgesfed fhat the ion projert mav ne hroueh the Recons Corporation loan* to Pennsylvania and aouth-sev. mg of such eonatruc-ed in part n Finance liquidating C A bull' Bf fc’ We and Hot>b All who arc not Rru< inclined t< pi , k| c* | I roaches, trained fl< htinkt'*, attend th! * fthow on ti Of the Y M r A Re Without a doubt th tx business i s the meet numerous feature of The pets, that some dixplav ar e the last line of bu hmf*NS midi fit lect mnx th iat have hen of a bobh* • are more a aervanee t han to ait If you I ike the /.f*f» big kirk Out of t lie scheduled to begin at r Y M [fie pet .cie Hoi a ci of bullied jot hie (or 3 and ’* hours j mil fixtures and fitting... hr Later, Miss Harding told of the    During (he past year. thousand* vad'rt*    °»'    Honana    avenue, rt. piffikJua adventure in tfier wolds    of dollars' wotth    of plumbing and    *r,r fined    $5 and i ok ta    each    w;hen “Our sailboat    ta pal red as we were    electrical fixture*    have iin-n stolen    finial    hcnring* in    jadire    court king it turn    We ell anteceded Iii    fiotn vicnnt properties, despite the    defendant*    were    Rob* til held, en ti;  ar,-I    I.VII maintained bv police    Home ?[!    24    Fulton    /tree*; aelve* almost out of    the    property owners think the    pollee d    for aid    ;    should tie able to meet the situation, he master of    our    boat    j    bul |Kilire offic ial* point out    that it sa im    to shore for    help it    but    swam only n    st distance when a fin cut through water The fin was gnu swimming man and there was a    Patrolmen air instrurfed to keep rT acre a rn and he    was dragged (town.    close tabs on all    vacant properties    I under the surface **    1 jp their duiinrt, but In order to in- J M    s Hauling    Mr K i*: md    and    spic'    every one during an eight-hour    ' M    I ami ba rd    had arrived here    Sun-    tour    of duty    some patrolmen would    j    jt    wll|    f0Bt <2oo    for    a    license    to be compelled    to concentrate on this    „r|i    bier    in tim    city    Pea    of    the everything eke unattended small time bootleggers will be abl* It Ls pointed out that in some sec - (0 bear it, lion*, e.sjiei tally the Fifth ward there    ......... »te so many vacant properties that A farmer tells us that yesterday* ut than la employed at present bv ihe    8,*th    Jackson. he cliv to guard the hundreds of vacant    avenue,    and    John    Yen- the home* in all tton* of the city able, of Cherry street. I opicsofTimes I Cnnllnued on I'age laenlv fllKi p. I RI '"I K ' Ii 'I 'NI F Mi WASHINGTON T»i*a*ury halain • ms of $.,4 i Hi,* 930 91, ex Jo nclit UIT 210 91; customs receipt '. $1 - INS 4 av von,. 7 88 pi iivit cd md flo na! Hail id Hobby ting and Week Ida * CONGREGATIONAL MEETINGS HELO it would require a small regiment of    rain    made a    lot of    things    jump • ate ho en to    keep a careful e pee*    q .uk    Ko did    a lot    of    automobile* on them.    ;    on Ninth street yesterday. EMB    \\    EA I HEB    I'he Phillies weren't    able to play • '<r Wy on    rucount of    wet grounds FORECAST FOB ABEA Wonder why they weren t able rn play in the six game* pi reeding yester- ..    ..    ,    . , ...    .    day a    scheduled    one? ran weather    la predicted hffjav and    ____ Eastern    Pennsylvania,    j A loc <\    .. no matter New Jer    >ey,    Delaware    and    Maryland    how spinach    La cooked    children ara ti , * Anniversary and \n- 1 ^    *..i    n*a    aiowiy    t.o    ,    i.p*    ioui.cu    j.t    an    old    spinach he colas part lo per- nual Sessions in Local ( hurdles I get a that Ut today. ip at ■d I hi i es hov I rn-el r< and din morrow •up of ll Min :st r idmg bs t 4 O C’r pulpit to tip One Ig the other ?r anted at U 8. the belief of the * p'ffVAQT that ( ccntmiHcl on Rage Im rite FLOOD IMPERILS FORD ESTATE RI PRI -I Ms IJH 'I. (tROi I* K' ordf Or fax Mutual P. local grouj of the orde Philiidelpn chapter wi posed char gamzetion. held ii The Continued on Page I went* Times Classified Ad Brings Results The result of truthful advertising in a recognized advertising medium i* attested to by Yocum and Powers Co Inc.. Philadelphia who recently inserted a four-line ad in the classified columns of the Chester Time.s They had a .small farm near Atelm on which a hru.se in poor condition These days it $ a problem to .sell a housp in excellent condition but they thought they would try advertising in Delaware county's only daily newspaper. The results were great said a representative of the firm today j "Why, after the first day the ad appeared we had eight inquiries and the ,.r ref "hr J,, • <a quick'r consummated. We ar* verv pleased with the results " Roosevelt Power in Wield Wide World Parley VV ASK IX/TON Mav 4 * INS' - rcncv ex na nylon br re-c tabu hment A Tprwha? be•* Stirred and * ibser* of silver control over dot nestle com* * Conure x is * readily forging new rn o rf I v . anti re> • ne • ion of and powerful wei pons f er President agricultural prc»d uctmn Next week Roo vc vt? It's uxp I: I the jor.hcommg may see added to the Pre; dent * [tow- Wor id Economic < 'Jon I ere nee ers that of arbitr artly rec ucing tariff Ut Ider powers a] ready e ted in the rates up to 50 pc r cent. exec nine with rn ore to be voted in Th? net mull of this unprece- the next few week «s B j* assured that dented authority bemg vt *sted in the the American de> ‘gallon in London executive branch of the government Will be able *o sp ak mor e a’lthonta- is to send the American delegates tively than hive American delegate in any oth^r world conference. Th< ’ will sp • c for Mr Roo eve. without the necessity of keeping a ation wary eye on Conite■*, For Conure hrs - ‘r- -1** voted di"t" ‘'),*’al powe to *h" "" * "f'fir in m-*iv of iii”1 mrs im dc., tv. re:"' on th* ag'ndi :r eluding devaluation of the dollar, cut into the conference in a po&iuon to dri.e bargain** without the everpresent fear of congressional r**pudi-Thcy will sp^ak for Mr ,rf>w    custom,    do to apeak. The highest, temjwrature here yea-!    . (rrdav w,<    74 degro at 2 15 p rn Ed Curtain, who not the King a and the lowerf wa* 82, at 4 a rn medal for oiavery. tell* u* Bucking-'I he average of 68 was nine degrees ham Palace has 40 bedroom*. But above normal for the date and twelve somehow most of the international degree alaive the average Mav 3 last guests seem to go to the While House, v» ar Maximum temperature for the these day*. date la 90, established in 1913, and    —— minimum 36 in 1874    Huey    I orig won t let Louisiana send Sunrise today    was    ai    GI    a rn.    an exhibit to the Century of Progress, and sunset    will    be    af    6 »8    p m    Maybe he A figuring cm gorng himself, ternary of the founding of ’he edl- };ast*rn Daylight Having Time. A woman reader writes to our 11 a a I.’ I ’    XI I.    XI III.    DC    \'r    I-a.‘it < -hmm and protest* die 11    can! .. p after I a n. Oui advice N YTIDNAL SESSIONS -    '    would be to get up and go to work. Another milestone tn the life of j» rn    today    the North Chester Baptist Church animal    traine    lutve been    eelebrated last eveniiig in the church, at Providence avenue and ( outinueri    on    Rage    I**ml*    chestnut street, when * ercifaw in ecmimemoratmn of the sixtieth anni- uh mg fire wen held 'Hie i eh br a* ion,    tn gmning Sunday with special aer vier brought to a cloit* last, eve rum the annual congregational rn and    banquet Last Bundsv tile jm tor    Rev Archie Mat K.niiev who    'J    e    membe r came to the church in February 1932, County Chamber presented to the congregation a pa-    attending the    w** lier,    which he has been preparing for    Hon    of    the    Na I the past 18 month the history of the d congregation and North Chester Bap' if* founding in 187' much outside re*.* gatheted most of Rom old r< > md* r f Following the his tm ( 1)0111111' of the Delaware Ruth Judd was adjudged insane, if Commerce are bu* when she heard she wasn't going na of the con yen- to be hanged she declared; No noo&e rial Chamber of ta good news.’’ n which he traced Commerce, being held in Washington.    —— evelopment of the Tile loral delegates are William D. Getting barrels seems the greatest the .if*    of    the    Mason, superintendent of the Mar-    of brewers of good beer H*r    Ct ,    h ■    i.ee    ru Hook plant of the Sun Oil Co    GfR‘nK * glass of grind beer teem* to and William F. Delehanty, manager    f)f th* greatest trouble of consumer*, arch, the parlor of the local Chamber William    ,. r!'^r.'obS2!.Y,^D^dnrt c'    «    tot Of trouble And prfttr alto a m-mtttr Ut th- I., al taaly. u    Jhnr    h,etl“    ““    «“m'    “* -------——    attending ax a delegate from the i    . ■    Pennsylvania Chamber of Commerce.    Reports from Harrisburg show’ that ™—-—-1    the public accepted the sales tax without a maimer. So did the Stats j treasury, as far as we know. Minstrel Show a Feature of Boys' Week Observance I he Weather "'MUX.TON, 'la* I—(FP' — "eather forecast: ! astern Pennsylvania fair and continued idol, probate* light fr*>M in e\|K>-ed places to. night. Friday, fair, with slowly rising temperature. " e stern Pennsylvania, fair and Boys Week has ehifted the scenery and it is the older people who have a bit on the local stage of fife Dur- (oms to gaze at the youthful aceom-tng ordinary season* of the year, the plishments of the younger generation, boy* from five to IS cluster about Starting with the movie show' Satur- the different events that make the day. the men carne to sec how the    ,    ....    .    . 4„.r,    h.,,’    ‘    continued cool prohablv light frost it there is a fire the main gallery see the pict.it» meant for the voung-    1    'tem^aV^TLo “    '    ‘    ’’    '    .    I:    e    a!    n- r!l^:l:^LnMn/..E7"P.,ra,Urr r^° gazing with awe at the hard-working the men were curious to see how the .vinoke eaters, lf there la a baseball boys piloted their model aircrafts. game, the kids'’ sneak under fences, On Sunday, in the churches, the .    .    .    ,nnl.hf (a her about the center of the aitrac- lads occupied front s.-a^ and in some jjfavv ,n r^nben-y bogs. Friday night or saturday. New Jersey: fair and continued cool tonight and f riday probably light lion and hero worship the players If churches these youngsters preached ll is a    movie, they beg    and borrow    to the older men. On    Monday, hun- I hi*t exclusive (allure of limn ford* home al    Dearborn,    Mich, one of    nickels    and dimes to g*    * there If    dr eels of men became    kids again as II' ■    - v c.    ai,    !    M:    Rn*- el „ I reach’    the    few ever made of    the motor magnates «loxeR    guarded    estate, shows    it is a    how of any sort they null    thev watched the boys "smack the I    !'    Co:    e    !t do .otful bow the flood-swollen River Rouge has ha* Ued up into Ihe gardens of the about he entrance watching and aggies around with their favorite lf    Mu    ’    I' •    »r i |T ' Ger-    ford pro nerts, "hen    a host whiff) the tameraman    used to    take this pie-    waiting    for their man e    to crash    shooters. Some had    the nerve to lure capsized in o*erhanein- branch of a tree thai the photographer This ‘aeex things ha e been riifter-tontmued on Page Twenty grabbed was all that saved the camera and tis owner from a drenching.    em, The boy* are the main show    Continued    on    Page    Twenty TOD A! S TEMPERATT RES 6 a    rn......54    ll    a    m.......36 7 a    m......52    Noon      38 8 a    rn 54    I    p    rn ......60 9 a    m  52    2    p.    rn.......63 IO a.    rn 34 f ;

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