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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - June 7, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                             DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE 10NTZS ENDING DECEMBER 31 1932 57TH 17613 FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day JL Dally Leased Wire Reports of United Press UP and International News Service IKS CHESTER PA WEDNESDAY JUNE 7 1933 KEYES IS READY TO BEGIN CRIME PROBETQMORROW Noted II S Investigator to Seek Indictments of County Men SHES A GUNNEL SUH Reported That Many Who Have Been Convicted Are to Be Questioned The Federal Grand Jury investi gation into alleged crime rum rings and political corruption in this county begins tomorrow four days ahead of the time originally scheduled This surprising announcement was made yesterday by United States At torney Edward W Wells and closely following the announcement Chet A Keyes star prosecutor of the forces of the Department uf Justice arrived from Washington D C I It is expected that subpoenas to I be served on witnesses will be placed in the hands of U S Marshal Wai ter C Fetters a resident of Upper Darby It is generally understood that sev eral who were convicted of liquor law violations in this county those who took the rap for someone else have been closeted with Department of Justice agents during the past few days and they have told all they know Certain officials it is hinted have also been quizzed by those con ducting the probe Known as Percent Keyes be cause of his record of convictions the special prosecutor plunged into conferences with investigators soon after his arrival in Philadelphia Mr Keyes had nothing for publica tion pointing he was unfa miliar with the latest developments m the probe because of his absence but he did say he was ready to go to to be an investigation by the Grand Jury he said Its delib Meet Miss Mary King Montgomery of Lexington Ky who is the newest and probably the most attractive honorary colonel of the Blue Grass State She was appointed lo com mand the R O T C at the Univer sity of Kentucky where she is a stu dent She will also represent her state at the Rhododendron Festival at AsheviHe NT C MORGAN BATTLES AGAINST INCOME TAX PROBE BY US Counsel Protests Senate Group Has No Such Power Delegated Jurors Witnesses Lose Dollar Pay In accordance with the new state law approved by the governor two weeks ago jurors in Delaware county will henceforth receive S3 for each days services instead of S4 Witnesses in criminal cases will be paid daily instead of The mileage allowance remains at six cents for jurors and three cents for witnesses The lower rate will save this county at least annually it is estimated PRICE TWOCENTS Committee Drafts Resoluj tion Asking Body tolTrrvri nTf T nniTn Broaden Its Scope I VET BILL COUR INDIANA IS WET ON REPEAL At Least 240 Moist Dele gates Elected to Conven tion on June 26 Rural Delaware Votes 4 to 1 in Favor of the Sale of Beer Continued on Page Ten WOMAN MOTORIST HELD FOR HEARING Criminal charges of assault and battery by automobile and reckless driving will be pressed against Mrs Anna Deutsch 42 of 211 Sunnvside avenue whose automobile mowed down two small children who were playing on the lawn in front of their home on the afternoon of Mav 29 The little victims were Lawrence and Joseph Trout 5 and 4 years old respectively sons of Mr and Mrs Francis Trout 2418 Lindsay street The older boy was a patient in the Chester Hospital until fester day and is still tinder the care ofthe family physician at home The motorist arraigned for a hearing in police court this morning being represented by Attor ney Norman Snyder Mr Trout had Atorriey E A Ho well for his counsel and when a representative of the company in which Mrs Deutsch has her automobile insured could not reach a satisfactory agreement con cerning the damages Mrs Deutsch was released in bond for a con tinued hearing on June 21 At the time of the accident the tots were playing on the lawn when Mrs Deutsch lost control of her car which mounted the sidewalk and ran over two lawns before her wild ride ended Both children sustained severe head and body injuries FILES COMPLAINT AGAINST MOTORIST A complaint against the driver of an automobile bearing Pennsylvania license AH473 has been lodged with local police by Alexander McClure 10 West Eighth street Marcus Hook McClure was driving the ambu lance of the Marcus Hook Fire Com pany to the Chester Hospital at 3 a m today and while traveling east on West Fourth street he claims the driver of the smaller car tried to force him to the curb at Engle street McClure says he wants the driver arrested and will appear to press charges against him PKIEslMTKANSFERRED Rev Joseph Kelly a Chester boy who was ordained at St Charles Seminary last June has been trans ferredto the parish of St Amato in Philadelphia from the assistant rectorship of the Church of Our Lady of Perpetual Peace in Morton For a time Father Kelly was as sistant to Rev A L Ganster pastor of the Church of the Resurrection of Our Lord at Tenth street and High land avenue during the illness of Father Conway BOY CYCLIST HURT Thomas Vaughan Jr 4 years old of 7033 Greenwood avenue Stone hurst sustained lacerations of the leg and brush burns of the face and body when he fell from a bicycle he was riding near his honfe He was taken to the Delaware County Hos pital and after receiving treatment was discharged COUNTY IS LOSER BY PROVISION OF PARKINSON BILL Gov Pinchots Action Les sening Appropriation Resented by Taxpayers Executive Approves Only Money to Aid Second Class Township Roads Delaware countys loss of more than caused by Governor Pinchots revision of the Parkinson Highway Appropriation Bill has caused a wave of resentment to sweep the taxpayers of this county and particularly the taxpayers of the countys first class townships boroughs and the city of Chester As originally supported by the Dela ware county members of the General Assembly and approved by the House and Senate the bill provided state funds amounting to for main tenance of streets in the city of Chester for borough road maintenance and for use in first class townships of Delaware All of these items were eliminated by the governor who approved only the appropriation for second class townships which in Delaware county amounts to 326000 At the time he signed the bill last week with the total appropriation cut from to the Continued on Pape Ten CHILD ESCAPED INJURIES IN FALL New glass has been installed in skylight in the rear of the building located on the northwest corner of Third and Kerlin streets owned by the DAmato estate which was broken about two weeks ago when a small child about 3 years old fell from a porch over a garage next door to the property and fell through the sky light A remarkable thing in connec tion with the accident was that al though the youngster fell through the glass and landed on a cement floor about eight feet below he escaped without a scratch DRIVERLESS CAR CRASHES WINDOW A driverless automobiles wild dash through a maze of traffic late yes terday afternoon ended when the car jumped the curb and crashed through a store window at 48 South Sixtyninth street Upper Darby Miss Helen Backhoffer a cus tomer in the store was cut on the left arm by flying glass The car had been parked on a steep grade by Miss Harriet Earnest of Upper Darby She told police she left the car parked against the curb and was at a loss to explain how it drifted away DISCHARGING CARGO The Norwegian steamship Damp fire arrived yesterday at the plant of the American Dyewood Company foot of Norris street with a cargo cu logwood from St Marc West Indies and stevedores are now discharging it at the local plant AT BLUE BONNETS Johnny Ham My Con stance Omarvitus Londsun Lad Squeaky Flyinp Heels TT Cyclamen Athlonc Lass Fair Sun Fir AT WASHINGTON PARK Bin Diadorias Granite Con Betty Wee Abby Lad Border Patrol Closing Event Bronx Park Polyphote Sad Knight Salisbury Danton Caradomns Oceanflight Bea M Slash Our Justice Field GoaL Check Treasure Weather clear track fast SWIMMING POOL CASE CONTINUED Morton Residents Seek to Have Radio Amplifying Programs Banned The summer season was officially opened m Court yesterday when the Morton swimming pool case made its annual reappearance to determine whether or not a radio and amplifiers should be used at the pool On one side were several residents WASHINGTON June 7 The authority to stage a sweeping in quiry into the income tax returns of all partners in he firm of J P Morgan and Co will be asked of the Senate today by the Senate Banking and Currency Committee i A resolution giving the committee special powers to probe the effect of individual stock transactions on Fed eral taxes was drafted by a special subcommittee It will be introduced m the Senate during the afternoon and its immediate adoption asked The resolution would empower the committee to investigate a scries of stock transactions by Thomas S Lament which enabled him to reduce his 1931 income taxes It likewise would authorize it to investigate similar transactions by any other partner in the Morgan firm The Great Van Swcringcn Railroad Empire valued at hundreds of mil lions of dollars was erected through an original investment of O P Van Sweringen after a nights search of his records made this rev elation as he resumed the witness stand for the third successive day The two Van Sweringen brothers he said started in 1916 with He previously revealed that they bought one railroad after another on borrowed capital and public invest ments until in 1926 they controlled the largest privatelyowned rail sys tem in the world The proposed tax inquiry undoubt edly will result in a court battle John W Davis chief of the Mor gan counsel intimated he would not allow his clients to answer any ques BY ROOSEVELT IS SPURNED IN HOUSE Compromise on Regula tions Rejected as Inade quate by Soldier Bloc To Press for Acceptance of Rider 000 to Allowances Continued oa Page Ten FORMER BALDWIN WORKER DIES IN CAL SAN FRANCISCO June Joseph J Tynan Sr inventor and vicepresident of the Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation died at his home here of heart disease A native of Ireland Tynan rose WASHINGTON June Insurgent leaders of the House today rejected fiatly President Roosevelts compromise in the bitter dispute over verterans economies New Executive regulations esti mated to restore between and of the previous 000000 reduction effected by Presi dent Roosevelt were attacked as in adequate by Rep Patman Dem Tex and others of the powerful soldiers bloc This group anticipating complete victory will press on for House ac ceptance of a Senate rider to the In dependent Offices Appropriation bill which adds to exservice mens allowances Some administration supporters however believed the Presidents ac tion might bring many revolting Congressmen back in line Speaker Rainey expressed belief that Mr Roosevelt would not sign the bill if the Senate provision were retained The House Democratic steering com mittee which had been ready to kick over the administration traces and go INDIANAPOLIS Ind June Indiana first doubt ful state to ballot on repeal of the 18th Amendment vote nearly two to one against Prohibition returns from yesterdays election showed today Although tabulation was incom plete election of at least 240 repeal delegates to the state convention in Indianapolis June 26 was assured Only 165 delegates are needed to ratify repeal The popular vote in 3565 of the states 3619 precincts was For repeal 532683 Against repeal 295561 The Indiana repeal vote was con sidered especially significant since for two decades this state has been a mainstay in the Prohibition struc ture Its notorious Wright Bone Dry Law was one of the most stringent in the nation At one time a person was subject to arrest 5f a policeman smelled liquor on his breath Repealist piled up most of their strength in industrial centers In rural communities where prohibition ists had expected to draw sufficient strength to make Indiana the first stnte to oppose ratification of the 20th Amendment voting was light Farmers were too busy in their fields to go to the polls Indiana was the tenth state to elect convention delegates and the tenth to support repeal Continued on Page Ten from a humble day laborVr in the were taken t to CAR HITS POLE TWO MEN HURT Two men both from Philadelphia Baldwin Locomotive Works to a posi tion of prominence in the steel world During the World War he supervised construction of ten submarines in Montreal He was decorated by the British and American governments As an inveitor Tynan held patents on more than 50 devices ONE OF GRADUATES Dutton Troth MacDade son of Judge Albert Dutton MacDade of Hospital yesterday as a result of an automobile accident west of Sproul road near the Pour Horse men Riding Club The two men John Gait and William Blythe are suffering from lacerations scratches and bruises but are not in a serious condition Driving from Philadelphia where they are employed by the Riders Club of Philadelphia Inc they were forced off the road and their car crashed into a telegraph pole Ser geant Goldstein of the State Hlgh the County Courts is graduating with way investigatedthe accident The class of 1833 at Franklin and Chandler of the Spring Marshall College Lancaster Penn sylvania today Young Mr MacDade is a mem ber of the Phi Sigma Kappa Frater nity and will take a European trip immediately after graduation to visit his sister Mrs Arthur Moss of Paris France Upon his return he willbe associated with the Sun Oil Com pany of Marcus Hook B AND L OFFICIALS Tonight at the Chester Club there will be a meeting of officials of 311 building and loan associations of the city and county and attorneys to discuss the new State code regulating such associations which becomes Af fective July 3 Several speakers who have fully acquainted themselves with the provisions will analyze the code for the edification of the various officials and lawyers meeting to be held on the second floor will begin at 730 oclock EMERGENCY OPERATION Thomas W McComb of 110 East Fifth street suffered an acute attack of appendicitis at his home about 2 oclock yesterday afternoon His condition grew alarming and last night he was removed to Chester Hospital where he underwent an operation at oclock the field township police was called to the scene and it was he who sum moned the highway patrol because the accident had occurred just over the township line NEW ATHLETfC FIELD Further improvements are being made to the field bounded by Front Second and Penn streets adjoining the municipal garage which will be used by che Boys Club of Chester as an athletic field Several mem bers of the club are now engaged rolling the portion near the south east corner of Front and Penn streets which was recently filled in and graded CHICAGO June wet majority In Illinois vote on repeal of the Eighteenth Amendment was more than 875000 votes nearly complete re Continued on POLICE OFFICIAL ORDER REGISTRARS BOOKS The County Commissioners yester day in a meeting devoted chiefly to routine matters awarded the order for 42 sets of registrars books for use in the city of Chester to J A Thompson Company of Harris burg at their low bid of The only other bidder was William G Johnson of Pittsburgh surgery performed by Dr George L Armitage The patients condition this morning was reported as fair ARMY PERSONNEL TOBE RETAINED Is who that the Jazz blaring through the amplifiers constituted a nuisance of the highest degree On the other sioe were Earl Smith owner of the J ui neighbors who staunchly averred that there was noise or disturbance After wuham C Alexander attor ney for Smith and Henry G Swenev and J Howard Lutz attorneys the complaining residents had argued the case beforethe Court en bane for almost half an hour Smith volun teered to remove the radio and am plifying system at once An order was immediately drawn up and signed and the case continued to November 12 when the swimming season will be over at P M C Exercises Secretary of War George H Dern announced that no reduction in offi cer personnel was contemplated at the present time in the United States Army and United States Senator David A Reed declared that senti mentalists to the contrary he favored the use ofgas rather than projectiles in future warfare These were the outstanding utter ances yesterday at the annual vania Military College Gasoline Blowtorch Was Using Explodes Wife Burned Seriously Kennett Shriver died in the Ches ter Hospital at 930 last night of bums of the face and body sustained when a gasoline blowtorch exploded in the kitchen of his home at 906 Clover Lane Buckman Village about 2 oclock yesterday afternoon Betty Shriver the wife was also sevcrly burned and in addition broke her ankle She is a patient in the hos pital Shriver was in the kitchen of his home filling the blowtorch with gasoline from a two quart jar con tainer He primed the mouth of the torch with some of the gas and the hot face of the torch ignited the gas m the jar and when it flared Shriver ran to the back porch his wife fol lowing him Shriver tossed the jar into an alleyway and the flare caused by the rush of air set fire to the flimsy dress worn by Mrs Shriver When the jar struck the pavement b alleyway became a mass of flames coone Prank K Hyatt P MCs president and commandant insisted on taking his allotted part in the exercises In accepting his honorary degree as Doctor of Laws from the Rt Rev Francis M Taitt Bishop of the Prot estant Episcopal Diocese of Pennsyl vania and president of P M Cs board of trustees Secretary of War Dem said in part While we must because of the leaped after his wife and while at tempting to rescue her from the flames his clothing caught fire te nng jrantic he ran from the alley out he continued that the buying wouJd iTl i A T fi vi J j With school vacations a few week off Police Superintendent James H Deavenport today made an appeal to parents of small children to warn their offspring against the dangers of playing in the streets During the past few months or since the warm weather arrived hardly a day passes that some tot Isnt carried into the accident wards of our hospitals with injuries sustained by being struck by automobiles said the police official today While there is a certain percentage of careless drivers on the streets we find that the greater number of in juries suffered by children arc the re sult of them darting into the street without looking Every day we hear the same story the child darted from behind a parked car and I didnt have a chance Thats the story told by most drixers who come here to report an accident and nine times out of ten W investigate it and find it to be true Fathers and mothers should daily preach to their children about the dangers of street playing There are enough places in the city where children can congregate and play in safety and for this reason we ask the cooperation of the parents to cur tail this daily increasing number of accidents concluded Mr Deavenport HF TAYLOR JR DENIES MARRIAGE According to marriage license rec ords recorded in Philadelphia news papers today a license was issued to Horace F Taylor Jr 23 of Ridley Park and Mary E Jones 21 of 2435 North Marshall street Philadelphia yesterday At the homes of both young people this morning the fact that a mar riage license was granted the pair was denied Young Taylor whose father was the founder of Taylor Hospital said that the story was positively false although he admitted to going with the young woman for some time As far as marriage is concerned that is not true was his comment MITOMlTSLS OFSTOCKBUYING Crossexamined by U S Attorney in Trial on Tax Evasion Charge NEW YORK June UP United States Attorney George Z Medalie resuming his crossexamina tion of Charles E Mitchell former banker accused of income tax eva sion probed vigorously today Into Mitchells atempt to manipulate the market in National City Bank stock in the October panic of 1929 Mitchell admitted that he gave Hugh Baker vice president of the National City instructions to buy a certain number of bank shares at a certain price in an attempt to peg the market at around a share At the end of the day Mitchell said he found that 23300 shares had been bought on his personal credit and for his account Mr Baker understood I was buy ing that stock for temporary holding and that it was to be sold later al though I gave him no specific instruc tions about selling We thought the stock would recover its price On October 30 Mitchell continued the agitation of the day before had disappeared and public buying was affecting the market There was evidence thafc morning en pilot who left New York last Saturday was cnroutr Siberia today heading toward the Pacific Ho will hop to Nome Alaska then to Canada Chicago and New York where he expects to and on Saturday EVDICT FORMER W Nelson Truax to Stand Trial on Charges Em bracingEmbezzlement In Its day of considera tion of indictments the June Grand Jury yesterday returned true bills against W Nelson Truax 52 of 34 East Twentythird street this city on charges embracing embezzlement fraudulent conversion false entries and false pretenses Truax was ar rested on April 25 and after two hearings before MagistrateA C W Mathues in Media was held under bnll Taiax is accused by agents of the State Banking Department oC pur chasing stock in the name of the ChesterCambridge Bank and Trust Company by whom he was employed until about three months ago and pocketing the profits His trial is listed for June 19 The Grand Jury also found a true bill against William C Alexander of Media on the charge of issuing a worthless chock one of four indict ments The other three indictments were ignored and the costs were assessed against John H Rciclmger of Ridley Park the prosecutor The charges grew out of the check said to have been issued by Mr Alexander a year ago In con nection with bail bond posted by Joseph Blngham of Tlidley town ship for Goorge Wilcox former president of the Suburban Title and Trust Company The check eventually came into the hands of Mr Rcidin Yesterday the Grand Jury found true bills against 100 persons on indictments prepared by District Continued on Pape Ten SUN HILL P T A TO HOLD MEETING Election of officers will feature vv ojjuiauieu meeting of the Sun Hill Parentj Alexander McCloskey secretary of will be given More than HEIDFOR COURT First Ward Young Man Accuses Them of Hav ing Beaten Him TThe echo of a bloodybattle In which itiis alleged police batons were used freely was heard In the office of Magistrate Thomas C Borry to day when aPtrolmeu Harry Bouldcn and Fred Loary were each held in S500 bull for court on charges of as sault and battcTyaggravaled assault and battery and assault and battery with intent to kill The charges were pressed by Daniel Dougherty 26 of 1014 Eislnore Place who will be tried at this term of court on similar charges brought by Pa trolman Leary The story goes back to the morning of May 3 when Dougherty lived at the Good Will flrehousc Sixteenth street and Providence avenue He testified that when he entered the firchousc early in the morning he was accosted by Leary who remarked So youre the guy who has been say ing the cops are a bunch of yellow heres one who isnt yel Dougherty then testified that he thought Lenry was drunk and wanted Continued on Page Ten MATTERN SPEEDS FOR CHTTA FROM OMSK IN SIBERIA Flying Fast and High American Reported Near Nishniudinsk News of Arrival at Goal May Be Delayed Owing to Poor Wire Service Log of Mattern Flight All figures arc Eastern Daylight Time Saturday June 3 a off from Floyd Bennet Field N Y p over Lew Isport Newfoundland p passing to sea off Musgrave Harbor N F p over Wad ham Island off Newfoundland Sunday June 4 a at Kragero Island Nonvay p off for Oslo p at Lillcs trom Airport Oslo Monday June 5 a off for Mos cow a at Moscow Airport p of from Mos cow for Omsk Tuesday June 6 a at Omsk Si beria p off from Omsk for Chita p over Novo sibirsk Wednesday June 7 a south of Nishniudinsk 1000 miles east of Omsk MOSCOW June Plying fast and high Jimmy Mattems roundtheworld plane Century of reported sighted south or the town of Nishniudinsk 1000 miles east of Omsk at 105 a nr E D T today OLYMPICS IN BERLIN NO SPLIT VIENNA June Inter national Olympics Committee voted today to hold the 1836 games In Ber lin M planned on the understanding there would be no discrimination against Jews BIRTHDAY TARTY Peter Cohlll steward at the Ches ter Lodge of Moose Home 214 West Third street will observe his 30th birthday tomorrow and in honor of the event a party sponsored by aren Teachers Association to be held In I no the D W JelTeris public school I150 Persons are to be in Twelfth street and Meirose avenue tomorrow evening As a part of the program a chorus composed of schol ars of the sixth grade will render vocal selections Mrs Charles Kionzle president of the organization will be in charge of the meeting which will be opened at 8 oclock into Clover Lane His wife tried to follow but stumbled and fell on the lawn Neighbors ran from their homes and to aid of the couple whose cloth ing was afire Several succeeded in Continued on Page Eleven Continued on Page Eleven Continued on Page Ten ease the selling so I wasnt concerned that day with supporting the market any I still had am ple credit and could have done no if it had been necessary Under crossexamination Mitchells hitherto aggressive alert and vigor ous speech became exceedingly wary He shook his head repeatedly and replied Im sure I cant tell you Continued on Page Ten BUSINESSMEN TO COOPERATE West End Association Ap proves New Deal Plan of President A New Deal was proposed at the meeting held by the West End Busi afctcndance CRASH SEVERS MANS ARM SCRANTON Pa June John Odell 33 of 25 Bartell street Binghamton N Y had his right nrm severed In a crash of two trucks in an accident near here today Head of Newspapers and Magazines in Phila Passes at 83 Years MOSCOW June UP Soviet officials felt today that ib was most likely Jimmy Mattcrn had landed his airplane in Chita Siberia News of his arrival however may be long de layed Urgcnb telegrams from Chita are often delayed 10 to 20 hours be fore reaching Moscow News of Mattcrnbeing sighted over Noyos birsk was telephoned to the United Press bureauhere The tele Continued on Pagfe Ten GENERALLY FAIR WEATHER PREDICTED i Generally fair and continued warm weather Is predicted today followed by local thundershowers tonight or tomorrow in eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland The highest temperature here yes terday was 87 degrees at 5 p m and the lowest was 69 at 530 a m The average of 78 was nine degrees above normal for the date but two degrees below the average June 6 lastyear1 Maximum temperature for the data is 100 established in 1925 and mini mum 48 in 1894 Sunrise today was at 532 a m and be at 827 p m eastern daylight savingtime U S TREASURY BALANCE WASHINGTON June Treasury balance as of June 5 36775933 expenditures 518 25 Customs receipts Jimmy Mattern landed in Omsk yesterday Pronounce it and if you can you are better than we are A woman named Sin was found violating the liquor laws in Oakmont and jailed Nothing of the original type sez Jimmy Brown This is the month for bridal showers Lost month was the time for just plain showers no one can deny Now that the hard grind of four years at college is over all the college graduates have to do is look for a job These are the days when one sees many a rumble seat full of passive resistance A farmer ploughed up in a field Its gratifying to know that there s at least one man who can make farming pay these days The big fair in Chicago is exhibit ing George Washingtons false teeth which he was instructed to soak iu liquor If they became too white The hard part of it is that George had to remove them first Cyrus H K Curtis newspaper and magazine publisher died at his home T t ni iiij ness Men s Association last evening at Wyncote a Philadelphia suburb by the president Charles J Ward at a m today after a lingering In accord withthe noticeable trend toward better business and general conditions Mr Ward issued the fol lowing statement which was ap proved and the promise of all mem bers given that they will assist in boosting the project The West End Business Mens As sociation favors and adopts the theory and thought of President Roosevelt that the people business and Indus try shall further A New Deal and bors who are in business or em ployed is made that they devote them selves to the improvement of their homes by painting repairing buying new furnishings ana otherwise co operate and that they work for the best interests of each other so that A New Deal theory will beneflt all business locally and more particu Continued on Eleven Mr Curtis would have been 83 years old on June 18 Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at the Curtis home At Mr Curtis bedside were his daughter Mrs Mary Louise Curtis Bok two grandsons W Curtis Bole and Gary W Bok Mrs John C Martin a stepdaughter and Mr Martin vice president of the Curtis Martin newspapers Mrs Pearson Wells of Detroit a stepdaughter Dr Martin E Rehfuss Philadelphia and Dr Freeman Brown of Rockland Me Mrs Curtis died over a year ago May 31 1932 shortly after her hus band suffered a heart attack from which he did not fuJJy recover Curtis life was in the American poor boy who made good He started his newspaper career as a newsboy In Portland Me Continued on Page Eleven A young womans most anxious moment says our woman writer is when she xbakes her first cake Yes and for her husband when he eats a slice of it WASHINGTON June UP The weather forecast Eastern cloudy probably local thundershowers Thurs day and in north portion late tonight slightly warmer tonight in west and north portions W e s t e rn local thundershowers tonight and Thursday slightly cooler tonight along the lake New continued Tvarm tonight Thursday possible local thundershowers TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m6611 a m 78 7 a m 68 Noon 80 8 a m70 1 p m82 9 a m74 2 p m84 a m 76 Mfc   

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