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Chester Times (Newspaper) - June 9, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE riONTZS ENDING DECEMBER 31 1932 TV SET v With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH 17615 Daily Leased Wire Reports of United Press UP and International News Service INS CHESTER PAFRIDAY JUNE 9 1033 TWENTYFOUR PAGES PRICE TWO CENTS LAMONT TELLS OF STOCK DEALS IN SENATE QUIZ Sold Issues to His Wife Repurchased Them and Reduced Income Tax I AVOIDS COLLISION j DAMAGES FENCE Attorney Davis Tells Com mittee Morgan Firm Is Willing to Tell All To avoid collision with another ve hide the driver of a motor car swerved it into an iron grille fence surrounding the property of Freder ick Lang on the Marcus Hook road at Concord road VillageGreen last midnight The impact tore down a ten foot section of fence j Although it Was evident from the I condition of the fence that the car j was damaged it had been able to j proceed under Us own power Police have clues to the form of peculiar j tire markings 011 the hard dirt of the j shoulder of the road and will be able to identify markings onthe fender of the car involved that were caused by collision with the fence RAIL ILLS CURE Pennsy Head Advocates Not More Than 2 Lines Between Terminals RICHEST HEIRESS GOES SHOPPING Speaks at Harvard School of Business Traces Tr a n s p o r t a t i o n E r a WASHINGTON June The great banking firm of J P Mor gan Co bowed to the power of the United States Senate today when one of its younger partners Thomas S Lament fully described at the Sen ate bankruptcy inquiry a series of personal stock transactions that re duced his income taxes in 1931 He followed the instructions of J P Morgan in testifying about the deals The Senate voted its Banking Com mittee to investigate the bankers in come taxes yesterday Lamont told of selling a large block of stock to his wife on December 30 1930 He repurchased them in April 1931 He said the transactions resulted In a saving of 5203586 This in cluded Sl44029 on his own return arid S59557 in his wifes return Lamont declared the Bureau of Internal Revenue had approved the transactions He said his loss on the transaction was 5114807 He admitted reporting on his 1930 income tax return John W Davis Morgan attorney called a temporary halt with objec tions Before Ferdinand Pecora Sen ate counsel asked a question Davis announced the Morgan policy Davis told nf his objection lasi week to the questioning of Lamont on tax mat ters I marie that objection on mv own responsibility said Davis I am an oldfashioned gentleman who feels that he who stands for his rights serves himself and the public v Davis explained the Morgan firm wanted to give the commitee ail the evidence it desired He declared his previous the com mittee lacked been reversed by the Senates action in extending the inquirys authority I wish now to announce that Mr Lamont is ready to testify he added Pecora then asked Lamont whether IIP had sold a long list of stocks on Dec 30 1931 The stocks were 1500 shares of Continental Oil 200 Durium Products 300 Hall Electric Heating 237 P R Mallory Co 1000 Shamrock Oil and Gas 500 State Street Investment Co 350 Investment Corporation of Phil adelphia and 1000 Simms Petroleum Did you make the sale of these securities I did Lamont then asked permission to read a prepared statement Pecora nodded assent When I went home over last weekend I looked up as thoroughly as I could in those two days the transactions which I had had in these stocks mentioned last Friday INDUSTRY BILL Presidents Power Clause to Fix Prices and Wages i Wins Against Foes Called Communistic Atj tempts to Amend Loom May Be Law by Night WASHINGTON June 9 tXTP President Roosevelts national recovi pry bill launching the most power ful drive against unemployment ever j attempted in America swept toward Senate passage today The vital industrial control section stands approved in virtually the form nkcd by the administration i In a gruelling 13hour session terday the Senate beat down efforts i to weaken the Presidents power to fix prices and wages and shorten wording hours to spread employment in industry Senators returned to their air cooled chamber todayto tackle sec Lions authorizing a S3300000000 pub lie works program and levying S220 000000 in new taxes to finance the i necessrry bond issues I A score of amendments awaited j consideration but Democratic loadi ers considered passage of the entire bill late today or tonight virtually assured The Senate was in a mood to shout down anyone who attempted lengthy debate The House passed the measure weeks ago but after Senate approval 1 it must go to conference between the two bodies for adjustment of changes made by the Senate The conference work will be rushed The national recovery bill is by far i the most iinportant measure awaiti ing enactment before Congress ends 1 its emergency session which leaders i expect will be on June 15 at the latest Through this bill Roosevelt hopes to open up jobs for half of coimtrys 12000000 un employed and push business into an era of planned operations in which i wages prices and production will be I stabilized at beneficial levels i The public works section up for i action today provides for spending of on Federal state and CAMBRIDGE Mass Jimp 9i0p of cxistine railroads into a few systems with not more than lines between terminals advocated today by General W W AUerbury president of the Pennsyl vania Railroad as the best solution of the railroad problem Atccrbury who was the principal speaker at the 25th anniversary of the Harvard University Graduate School of Business Administration traced the history of American trans portation consolidation he said ofrers the way out of our diffi culties The number of systems should be few the grouping chiefly but not entirely regional Competition between main ter minals and its abolition nt interme diate points i suftwsted on the the ory that the character of the through service determines that of all service including that supplied at interme diate points Therefore if the lines of the coun try are so regrouped as ro offer i in no case need there be more than competitive routes between principal traffic cen ters we shall retain whatever good is inherent in competition and at the lowest possible cost At the same time public fear of monopoly will be allayed In discussing government owner ship of railroads Atterbury said that the report of th royal commission to inquire into railways and transporta tion in Canada demonstrates that such operation is expensive and in efficient Our own experience with govern ment operation during the World Wai Continued on Twentytwo R A weddingsown ami a liuntlrcd costumes Frrm Iaris moff fimis coitnr irrs on the shopping list of Miss Hnrhara Mutton Americas richest heiress when his picture eauslU her Ivirrvint mi IVMbuytni ex cursion in Paris with a friend Heiress to th Wonhvorth millions Miss Hutton will wed Prince Alexis JYIrHvani in Paris lunc 20 Mercury Soared to Yesterday Expected to Go Hiidier Today 17 Deaths and Many Heat Prostrations Thunder Showers to BringRelief A Mwelimni heat wave that has gripped ilu country west of Chi cago for days struck here yesterday and continued with full force sending the mercury in offi cial Ihermometers to decrees and over the century mark in the streets and homes Little relief is seen from the tor rid weather until late this eveniii when the weatherman says tlum ciershowers may ufTord some relief The hent recordstor all time for 8 were tossed into the discard yerterday and todav promises to be another record breaker Parks Uuvns backyards and oven the riverfront saw hundreds of sul fehiiR h u m n n s seekuur relief throughout the ntRht and early to day Sleeping in the homes almost out of the question While no deaths were reported in this county there were several cases of heat prostration most of the vic tims brills treated by nearby phy sicians Two deaths were reported in the Philadelphia area Every river lake poo and swim ming hole in this district was packed last evening with persons seeking temporary relief Ice cream dealers and vendors of cold drinks were swamped with customers beer car dens in the central section of tlv city being filled to capacity The temperature here was reached ni p m when the mercury hovered at the 02degree mark hnvtng risen steadily from 72 degrees at a m At 0 oclock last night the mercury hud dropped only three degrees The heat drove hundreds of local HUNGRY RUNAWAYS WILLING TO RETURN j Hunger finally broke down the resistance of two juvenile wanderi crs hist night and after a three davs trek in search of work they appeared at Ine Media police station and ad mitted to Chief ot Police Chandler that they had run si way from their homes iu Philadelphia in the hope ol mining employment and had roamed for three days sleeping in the ooen fields The youthful errnnts are Harold Redman aged 14 of 3130 Reach street Philadelphia and James Dunmgnn a god 13 of 2750 Coral street Philadelphia The boys were turned over to Muss Annie McKnifl nn official of the Juvenile courts to be held for return to the Philadel phia authorities Prohibition Group Seizes Liquors Valued at 325 000 in Yoadon Borouh I Tells of Instructions to Former Banker on His j Tax Returns Continued on Page SCHOOLS BECAUSE OF HEAT Continued on Page Twentytwo WALT JOHNSON TO i MANAGE CLEVELAND Authorities of the city school dis trict ordered the schools closed for the afternoon session today as a measure of relieving the pupils and teachers from carrying on their work under the almost intolerable heat conditions In many of the school buildings the corridors were cool and shaded but the class rooms were too warm regular school activities The half holiday afforded the pupils an op portunity to seek relief in the parks and outlying sections and at the creeks and swimming pools in this section FROM RACES TODAY By United Press CLEVELAND June Walter Johnson the Big Train of j baseball who managed the Wash ington Senators for two years xvas named today as manager of the Cleveland Indians to replace Roger I Peckinpaugh i Dissatisfied with the inability of Peckinpaugh to pull the team out of a slump directors of the Cleveland Baseball Company decided to change managers in midseason Johnson for years star pitcher of i the American League three years i ago replaced Bucky Harris at the helm of theSenators Unable to win a pennant for Washington he was relived last year Johnson was granted a twoyear i t contract as Indian re1 j mainder of this season and next j 17000 SHOE WORKERS WILL GET PAY RISE WASHINGTON PARK Bad Axe Ten Farmer Bob Weaver Bird Light Up Masked Prince Cloud DOr Jens Son Widow Flae Bearer ONeil Flag Maiden Ocean Flight Sweep Bruvcre clear track fast BLUE BONNETS Off Ortona Player Blanche I Mary Blonde Venus Londsun Ethel Ken yon Weather clear track fast BINGHAMTON N Y June was made to day by George F Johnson chairman of of Endicott Johnson Cor poration that all wages and salaries throughout the E J Corporation will be increased five per cent beginning i June 12 Seventeen thousand workers will be affected i NEW YORK June Harry W Forbes expert on tax law and one of Charles E Mitchells forj mer attorneys testified today at Mitchells trial for alleged income tax evasion to his instructions to the former banker regardine the filing of his income tax for 1929 i Called as a defense witness Forbes j assumed part of the responsibility for declaring that Mitchells sale of 18300 hhares of National City Bank stock to his Wife for the admitted purpose i of showing a deductible stock market i loss was wholly legal j Kis opinion he said was qualified by a declaration that a sale from husband to wife must be bonafide i and that the xvife must beTinanciallv j Forbes under crossexamination by United States Attorney George Z Mcdalie admitted thai he never asked Mitchell about the state of Mrs Mitchells fiances and that he did not inquire whether she had the means to pay for the stock Was it because you were too bash ful to inquire into such matters Medalie asked No sir Forbes replied Forbes was also questioned about the National City Companys man agement fund and Mitchells receipt of S65666fi which the banker failed to report in his income tax on the plea that it was an advance He was unable to throw any con siderable light on the transaction he said The heat in the court room from the beginning of the clays session be came so intense that the jury was permitted to remove their coats The heat also obviously affected the tem pers of the opposing attorneys Max D Steucr chief defense coun sel objected to Medalics line of ques tioning He scowled as he did so and Medalie shouted at any rate I dont make faces like you Mr MedaJie doesnt make faces in public Steuer retorted He waits to look in the NISHNIUE3INSK Siberia June 9 a beclinc for Irkutskj James Maitcrn roundtheworld flier was sighted over this town nt 1105 j a m GMT today 705 a m EDTJj Nishniudinsk lies approximately 250 miles south of Krasnoyarsk where Mattcrn hopped off at 440 a m EDT Irkutsk lies approximately 300 miles further cast Believed to Be Heading for Favorable Action Irkutsk Sighted Over by Directors of 2 Local Nishuiudinsk Institutions Yesterday Steps were taken yesterday to con solidate thc title and trust depart ments ofthe Pennfsytvania Title and Trust Company an affiliate of the Delaware County Naiional Bank and1 the Delaware County Trust Company j The consolidating of Mirne two in slitutions brings together two of the i largest trust companies in the counly i Directors of both companies acted favorably on the consolidation of i meetings held yesterday It was officially stated yesterday that the Board of Director decision will be submitter to the stockholders at a meeting to be held June 2fi j With the approval of the stockhold ers in both thenew trust company will be known ris the Deli aware County Trust Company and tli2 consolidation will effcc1 tivc on July 1 Officers of the new rust company will be J C Taylor chairman of the j Board of Directors James A G Campbell vicechairman C Percy Webster president Richard G Burn secretary and treasurer Frank G Andrews assistant seciciary aird I wcasurer John H Cbrk title i ficcr Board of directors for the ensuing year Jamer A G Campbell H Sauliner Darlington Ahfri Fl Grander William B Harvey B D Lane J De Haven LnrhvardJohn G i Pew Thomas B MrCnbo David B i McClure J C Taylor and C Percy Webster The banking depart men is of the J Delaware County Trust Company and thDelaware County National Bank were consolidated December 31 1031 Cabinet Meets Also to Dis cuss Whether to June instalment While federal prohibilion riqenis are investsuint m nleed rum rinp in this county police o Yeadon lost midnight raided one of the most elaborate cutting plants ever uncov ered eiaing choice liquors and whis kies said to be valued at Two men were taken In the raid which wasmade on an imposing resi dence hi the 700 block Church lane The prisoners gave the names Michael McNulty nnd Stanley Blumeiuha both of whom claimed they lived In the place They were given an im hearing before Justice of the Peace Clyde Rowe of Yeadon and held in SIOOO bail each for a hearing briorr United States Commissioner Patterson in Philadelphia today The raid on the swanky clisfribut InR rrnler was led by Chief of Police Karl Allen who had had the plnce surveillance for several wrcks The raiders found the equipped a modern laboratory various of filtering apparatus bevntr set up In the cellar Was also lound choice brands of Benedictine rye and Scotch whiskies all of which were imported Besides the liquors they confiscated 150 lions of hiph Krnde grain alcohol used in the cui Llnp of the expensive whiskies Alt the contraband was loaded in n larpe van and taken to the vaults the county courthouse at Media What cfTcc latest rair1 will have on the liquor ring inveiUcition being made here is problematical but the prisoners will be Chef A Keyc special T prosecutor when theyarrive in Phila 1 ay dclphia today MOSCOW June StrivI ing to make up for lose time James j Mattern roundtheworld flier flew to Krasnoyarsk in fast time today j and hopped off four hours later for an unknown dcstination presumably I Irkutsk or Chita j Early advices received here failed i to state whether Mattcrn succeeded i in effecting full repairs to his dam aged plane at Krasnoyarsk or de cided to wait until he reaches Chita i before subjecting the craft to a thorough overhauling j Mattern took off from the town of Bielovo where he had been forced down by a broken fuel pipe shortly after 9 n m Thursday EDT He readied Krasnoyarsk at 430 a m GMT 1230 a m EDT and took of in the direction of Chita at 840 a m GMT cj40 a m EDT When he left Bielovo Mattcrn had indicated that he would stop at Kras noyarsk for more complete repairs to his damaged plane than were pos sible at the isolated mining town where he was forced down Wednes day His change in plan indicated that he found his plane working bet ter than he had expected and was back in the now almost hopeless race to beat the PostGatly around the world time He could still be the LONDON June of StateCordPll Hull and Prime Muv Mer J Ramsay MacDpnald conferred at lunch today just before the British cabinet met to decide whether and how to pay the June 15 war debt in stalment to the United States Mystery surrounded the luncheon which was held nt the residence of Ray Athcrion counsellor of the United States Embassy at 12 Hyde Park street The cabinet mot at in Downing street MacDonald coming directly from the luncheon and the other cabinet ministers joining him The cabinet was expected to draft note to Washington about the debt payment which would require an answer It was believed Great Brit ain through an exchange of notes possibly intended to get President Roosevelt on record as definitely promisingto submit a war debt relief plan to Congress or accept the pay ment as a capital payments toward a final lump sum setUcment Thus British opinion would be placated in the event the cabinet de cides to pay Sources close lo Hull intimated Mint during the luncheon MacDonald had broached the subject of war debts but Hull declined to discuss I hem because he was not authorized to do so Stabilisation of currencies is the first logical point of attack against the world depression Secretary of Continued on Page Twentytwo REACH AGREEMENT After a hearing betorc Judge Al bert Dutton MncDarle at Media yes terday settlement was agreed hetween J T Christy and Sarah E Selah Negroes of this city Mrs Selah his daughter agreed to pay to Christy for a property at J62L West Third street testified that when he re ceived setUement for a properly on Fourth street between Market street and Edginont avenue sold to the citv he advanced monev for the Third street property but he could not ob tain title Christy was represented by Altor nrys Elgin R Weest and Norman Snydcr and Mrs Setah by Attorney Edward D McLatighlin HITC SHOOTS U OF P STUDENT NORRtSTOWN Pa June police today joined the search for the Phantom hitch hiker wiili a charmed lifeWho shot and critically wounded a University of Pennsylvania student resisting his holdup demands and escaped appar ently unhurt after driving his vic tims car over a 40foot embankment Authorities said Ihey knew the identity of the gunman The victim J Ralston Wayns 3rd of Norrlstown was in a crificnl con dition in the Bryn Mawr Hospital RINGICTIVITIES Investigator Keyes Ques tioned 3 Witnesses at Session Held Yesterday Continuance to Next Week Because of Jurors Busi ness Engagements While the probe Into the alleged operations of a mm ring in this county by the Federal Grand Jury has been postponed until next Thursday Chct A Kcycs special United States attorney general today continued to minutely examine tha volume of evidence Federal agents arc said to Have gathered in this county within the past eight months The investigation was outlined be fore che Grand Jury yesterday by tha special prosecutor and three witnesses were called the first being Myron M Cancy an agent of the Department of Justice Bureau of Prohibition who was most active in the probe Caffey was not called until after 1 p m and he vns in the room with the jurors and Kcycs for nearly two hours I wo mystery witnesses were caJled pur wore not seen to enter the room In which the jurors sac It was later admitted that these witnesses were admitted through a side door is a communicating door between the onuid Jury room and the office oC United States District Attorney Ed ward W Wells Recess of the Grand Jurv Mr Keyes announced was tnken at the of Judges of the United btatcs District Court They told KPVCS that when the jurors resumed their duties last Monday they had not expected to continue m service throughout the week and that many of the members had made business engagements for the early part of next week This necessitated post ponement of the probe until next inursday to which Mr Keyes read ily consented order of the Court the current case as United SUtes vs Liquor Investigation Kcycs expects it will require ap proxlmatcly 10 days to complete the after it Ls rSSScd Vex t Js believed the list of subpoenas for the first batch of witnesses may not contain the names of impor tantprincipals to the case US Marshal Fetters is a resident ot Mis county as are a number ot members of his staff of tlhc instigation for a week gave rise to reports that by the by theDem THREE ARE INJURED IN AUTO CRASH Having received infuriwi when their car wasstruck by a mo tor trunk shortly after S30 oclock tnh morning in the vicinity Of the new Springfield Dam on the Paxson low road Clifford Moore Jr and CU Middletown roadblma were th8 Mcdia Young Moore was treated for a fractured nose cuts and bruises and shock Mrs Moore for bruises and lacerations and Mr Moore Sr lor a severely wrenched back Tha vehicle In which ihc Moores wera riding was wrecked MAINTAINS GOLD CLAUSE BERNE SwitzerlandTjune UP government decided toda to nnnlnnrn thej80lrt clause in the S150 opacsofTi MARITAL BREAK Continued on Pajre Twentytwo HAVERFORD MAN DIES A SUICIDE Here for Beer Sold Heater Cook Stove In Few Hoars The old adage of seeing 15 be lieving has been improved by the classified advertisement depart ment of the Chester Times It now reads selling is believing Mrs T C Hobos of 220 West Fifth street offers that interpre tation of the ancient saying She heard a great deal about the ra pidity with which the classified ads were responded to but she was s bit skeptical about such speed An way she desired to sell a pipe less heater and a cook stove She inserted an ad in the Chester Times What happened Icertainly didnt expect to gcf results from my ad so quickly stated Mrs Hobbs today I sold both articles by five oclock on the day the ad appeared Although the first wild rush is over and the country has become ac climated to the return of beer the citizens of the nation have not turned their backs on the malt beverage as with a passing fancy or the latest fad but have settled down to in creased consumption Beer distributors throughout the city are unable to supply the demand and like conditions exist throughout the country according to those who are well informed As fast as the breweries offer the 32 extract the disrnoutors take it off their hands and m little time have passed it on to the retail merchants and home consumers A well known distributor in the Vest End is responsible for the statement that he could turn over three times as much as he is aireadv handling He handles a brand of Pennsylvania beer and is limited to so many cases and kegs One cus tomer he said could use 500 a week and he is limited to 150 An other customer who could 30 halfbarrels of beer and is held down to 10 or 15 All the distributors felt a reaction last week when the new licenses became effective but all ofthem have regained lost ground and the majoritv surpassed any previous sale total during the week distributor in the Eleventh ward reported an increase over last week of 50 per cent Not only that but this increase represented a gain of 15 per cent over any previous weeks business The customers lost after the free selling period have scarcely been missed The distributors report a gain in total sales representing busi ness lost by thosewho did not pro cure licenses The new customers deal in larger quantities The others were pettv customers who handled about eight cases and one or two halfbarrels a week The new ones handle almost that much in one day The beer drinkers report that the beverage is improving each week The rush to meet the demand brought in a lot of stock that was not ready for use and many of the drinkers were disappointed in the quality The hot weather has also aided in the demand for the once forbidden luxury The sweltering heat has driven many thirsty patrons into the newly decorated and furnished beer gardens Previously they would quench their thirst in secret hang outs or quafl in lemonade or soda water The 32 drink has stimulated busi ness and is easily noticeable in these parts Plumbers carpenters plas tcrcrs painters and other tradesmen have had more business in the past three months than they had all told in the past three years Brooding over financial reverses Whitney Smith 66 prominent real estate operator and widely know resident of Haver ford ended his life by shooting in his apartment at Kaverford and Lancaster avenues yesterday afternoon He died shortly after admission to the Bryn Mawr Hospital Mr Smith who was a member of the firm of Mclllvaine Company with offices in Philadelphia had been despondent for several weeks his widow told police Ke had previously threatened to kill her and then shoot himself Besides his wjciow a daughter Isabelle 18 and a son Whitney Jr 17 survive i IS NOT ELLIOTT ROOSEVELTS FIRST DEPARTURE FROM EVEN TENOR OF FAMILYS WAYS The isnt it hot pests are with us again Of course the averageper son has to be told when it gets so warm THUNDER SHOWERS ARE PREDICTED Partly cloudy skier are predicted today followed by thundersbowers this afternoon or tonight in Eastern Pennsylvania New Jersy Delaware i and Maryland Generally fair is the forecast for tomorrow The highesttemperature here yesi terday was 82 degrees at 430 p m and the lowest was 63at 6 a rnJ The average of 30 was 10 degrees I above normal for the date and 20 i degrees above the average June last year Maximum temperature lor the date is 94 established in 1914 and minimum 48 in 1894 Sunrise today was at 532 a m and sunset will be at 323 p m Eastern Daylight Saving time i U S Two things few have any use for these days a vest and near beer but even at that the latter might coma in handy at this writing Member of a nearby fire company married a beautiful blond but she dyed Paddy McFadcten sezits all right to fall in love with a pair of beautiful eyes but the trouble is one has to marry the whole girl Friends of Jimmy June gave him a dinner the other night down in Petes But it wasnt account of tha June weather we are enjoying Neglect Causes Had we only known that last winter when we consistently tried so hard Judging from the increasing num ber 01 accidents we feel safe to say that the safest family car is one that has had the engine removed Nothing increases a boarders ap petite more than his landlady watch ing the meat platter to see if therell be enough left for hash That Scotchman who is a mem ber of a county golf club who sayi he hasnt played a game for 20 years is still probably looking for the ball he lost The big probe has been postponed for a week Many wish it would ba postponed indefinitely The Flliott Rornevrlts m happier dijs at the DcJiw tre ounlv home of the bndc WASHINGTON June Treasury balance as of June 7 S2Q9 73327065 expenditures 31245675431 j Customs receipts NEW YORK June been a model Roosevelts A close and companionable entity individually independent collectively j liberal each leading his or her own i life pretty much SK preference die tatcd In addition to being the First j Family of the Land they have repi resented in th mind of an inter ested public a truly typical American i family with no sinlr rift in the even j tenor of its life through Eaneratibns i Thus the impending divorce action of the Elliott Roosevelts brings the first hint of discord that has marred the comradeship of the four living generations Yet evcn this apparently is to be consurnated with the tradi tional Rooseveltian candor and a quiet honesty that promises to dis arm the whole affair of unpleasant ries But with the secondeldest son of i the President seeking freedom from ihis yormg wife it becomes clear that handsome athletic Elliott is the fam ily rebel the least tolerant of con ventions of the whole tolerant group It was Elliott who got into the i most scrapes as a youngster It was Elliott who flatly refused to attend i college And it was Elliott who turned aside from the paths of the The Weather OV June UP The Weather forecast Lastern Penn partly cloudy possibly local thundershowers tonight or Saturday not quite so warm in south portion to night New Jersey Partly cloudy with pos sibly local thundershowers tonight or Saturday not quite so warm tonight TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m 7 a m 8 a m fl a m 10 a m 74 n a m 74 Noon 76 1 p m 78 2 p m 80 83 84 86 37
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