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Chester Times (Newspaper) - June 12, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE 1ONTZS ENDING DECEMBER 31 1932 57TH 17617 Daily Leased Wire Reports or United Press UP ajid International News Service INS With All Latest and Best News of the Day CHESTER PA MONDAY JUNE 12 193 PRICE TWO CENTS TWO BROWNINGS ARE ATTRIBUTED TO HEAT WAVE SENATE MEETS I CONSIDER THREE MAJOR MEASURES Searchers Fail to Recover i Administration Leaders Bodies From Quarry Lake and Chester River Several Cases of Heat Prostration Reported Few Vehicular Accidents Apply Whip to Through Bills Rush i Relief for Bankrupt Cities is Sought See Adjourn ment This Week Two deaths from drowning and several cases of heat prostrationin this county were added yesterday to the toll of the heat wave which has gripped this section during the past five days Albert Lanks 23 of 1520 South Ettirig street Philadelphia is be lieved to have lost his life in Leipers quarry Ridley township late yester day afternoon He went there with his brother Gustave and several companions Because he was unable to swim he was warned to keep out of the water but when the party prepared to go home he was missing His brother found his clothing on a rock at the edge of the quarry Members of the Rescue Squad of the Franklin Fire Company and Harbor Patrolman George Pierce dragged the quarry waters lor several hours but found no trace of the body An unidentified youth was be lieved to have lost his life by drown ing in Chester river at a point in Ship creek woods west of Dcshong Park last evening A Boy Scout reported to Park Guards that he saw a youth dive from the large rock near the B and O tunnell and failed to come to the surface Another call was sent to police and members of the Franklin Fire Company dragged the bed of the creek for the body but in vain The heat and bright skies yesterday caused a general exodus from the city to the country mountain and seashore resorts Special excursions were con ducted by the railroads to popular cooling places and buses to the same spots were taxed to capacity The Ericsson Line which conducts rivet trips to the bay each Sunday and holiday and the Wilson Line whose steamers ply between here Philadel phia Wilmington and Rivervicw Beach reported capacity crowds who sought relief from the torrid wave Every road was lined with automo biles but despite the heavy traffic few serious accidents were reported in this section There were several drownings and heat deaths in other parts of the state The toll in the nation was well over the 100 mark for the past five days Showers today will bring cooler weather this afternoon or tonight It will be fair tomorrow While the temperature here yes terday reached 92 degrees at 330 p m the humidity was low and the suffering was not nearly as marked as on the three preceding days The mercury remained at 90 and above all afternoon The normal tempera ture for the date is 70 WASHINGTON June iThe Senate met at 11 a m toctaj 1 under the whip lash of adrninistra j tion pressure to dispose of three major bills to permit immediate ad i journmeiit of this extraordinary ses sion Senators are predicting ad journment sometime this week A drive to force enactment of legis lation for relief of bankrupt cities I before adjournment of Congress opened today in the Senate Admin istration leaders meanwhile struggled to obtain enactment of President Roosevelts remaining three emer gency bills and immediate adjourn ment At the same time House Majority Leader Byrns predicted the Glass Steagall bank reform bill would be passed before adjournment toniorr row or Wednesday The measure now is in conference and indications previously were that the bill would be sidetracked because of the controversy over its pro vision for guarantee of bank deposits Senator Vandenberg R Michigan warned that 4000 cities in 41 States had defaulted their obligations and that the list was growing A munic ipal bankruptcy bill passed the House last week and is before a subcom MDONALDURG SETTLEMENT OF ALL WAR DEBTS British Prime Minister Makes Plea at Opening of Economic Conference Possibility of Corridor Talks as Question Can not Be Considered FIREMEN BUSY OVER THE WEEKEND Continued on Page Fourteen MAGlfRATETS ATTACK VICTIM 4 Chester Youths Held in Heavy Bail Following Assault Four young men are occupying cells in the Marcus Hook Borough lockup as a result of an attack on a member of the minor judiciary of this county in which they partici pated in company with two others who have not as yet been appre hended in front of the officials home in lAnwood shortly after midnight Saturday The man attacked is Magistrate Walter Huddell ave nue who attempted to settle an alter cation between the men and his son Albert who had been attacked by the six a short time earlierat Booth wyn Relating the events of the night Magistrate Greenwood stated that his son had gone to a dance at jBoothwyn He was accompanied by two young women and as he was leaving the dance hall to take his companions to their homes in this Miss Kuth Googin pretty 25 I yearold brunette of Fort Worth Tex regards Elliott Roosevelt highly as a but regrets reports that he intends to marry her when his wife has obtained a divorce Miss Googins mother announced Miss Googin previously had denied the re ported romance I really couldnt say anything about that You sec Elliott still is married Mrs Franklin D Roosevelt characterized the reports as Burning refuse and underground fires on two of the city dumps kept the members of the nre department busy during the weekend Last mid night the district companies were called out by an alarm sent in from Box 142 at Morton and Ridley ave nues and the firemen waged a half hour battle with a stubborn blaze in debris on the dump located in the old quarry just north of Sun Hill Crews and apparatus of the Moya mensing Hook and Ladder Company were called into service by a still alarm shortly after 11 oclock yester day morning to extinguish a rubbish fire on a dump near Tenth and John son streets The large searchlight of the Moya mensing Company aerial ladder truck was put into service last evening to assist the police and Deshong Park guards and later to aid members of Lhe Franklin Rescue Squad in their futile search for a body in the Chester River near the big rock in Ship Creek woods Crews of the Moyamensing Company also asissted in grappling for the body of a man drowned in he quarry lake near Bullins lane n Ridley township PIKE Continued on Fourteen DEMOCRATS PLAN FALL ACTIVITIES An enthusiastic and well attended meeting of the Democratic commit teemen and committeewomen of the Second ward was held at the home of James Waters 1127 Upland street Saturday eyening with a group of representatives present from each of the five precincts of the ward in at tendance At the business session George Timmins was elected to serve as leader of the party in the ward The members of Uie group made prelimi nary arrangements to join with the Democratic forces throughout the county in making a countywide j housetohouse canvass for eligible voters Brief address were given by J Stan ley Stewart and Edward B Luckie and by Daniel J McClinchey chair man of the city committee of the party MOTORIST HURT WHEN CAR HITS WALL ROOSEVELT PLAN TO FACE TEST New Deal Measures Lively to Continue Indefinitely in Opinion of Leaders WASHINGTON June The real test of the Roosevelt pro gram is about to begin Launched as a temporary emerg ency plan the farreaching measures of the new deal are viewed within the Roosevelt circle as being likely to continue indefinitely They would be upset only by ad verse court decisions or by failure of individual measures to function as expected Application of these sweeping powers is only slightly affected by the delay in adjournment of Congress This postponed final approval of the industrial control bill But anticipating early action Hugh S Johnson retired army general and hardhitting business man was as sembling his staff today in quarters in the Department of Commerce building Activity resembled the war days when he set up the selective draft Joseph Eastman Interstate Com merce Commission worked at his of fice over the weekend preparing for his expected designation to adminis ter the railroad reorganization act just nassed At the federal trade commission LONDON June debis must be settled before the world can find the road to recovery Prime Minister J Ramsay MacDonald told representatives of 66 nations today it the opening of the World Economic Conference The great gathering of world statesmen assembled to discuss ways of solving the grave economic crisis by mutual agreement heard an earn est plea by King George V for friendly collaboration Then they were addressed by Mnc Donald and were stirred by his bitter attack on war debts as of prim im portance even though they cannot be settled at the conference MacDonald insisted the debts must be dealt with urgently as a continua tion of the peace policies of Lausanne when reparations were discontinued settling them once and for all in the light of present world conditions The Prime Minister did not clarify the confusion over the debt payments due Thursday but showed clearly that Britain is determined to seek an early and final settlement The delegates warmly applauded the speech although they did not in terrupt when he mentioned war debts After he had finished the speech was translated into French The King spoke both in French and English KING PLEADS FOR GOOPERATION IN OPENING PARLEY Monarch Sees Unemploy merit as Gravest Problem Facing World Today Address to Economic Con fer en ce Is Radioed Around the Globe Here arc leading figures of the London World Conference which was today by Kinjr Ccorcc of EnirHml Ihcy arc United States Secretary of Stale Cordcll Hull Guidn June of Ilalv Ijilmur Scharht o Gmnany ouard JJaladHr of France Ramsay MacDonald of Oread Britain Upon these men the resnSbSity of the worlds economic situation Continued on 1affe Fourteen PLAN ABOLISHED FOUR ARRESTED IN i 9 RAID AT Continued on Page Fourteen VICTIM GOES TO HOSPITAL Kden interest is being manifested imong members of the Chester Pike viwanis Club in an important debate m the question of Federal Industrial Control at the dinner meeting of he club Wednesday night in Boone jvenue public school Glenolden The debate is to be presented by Barney F Winkleman an attorney ind author of Ten Years in Wall Street and John Adelman research director of the American Federation Df FullFashioned Hosiery Thomas J Brennan 5131 Sansom street Philadelphia was slightly in jured Saturday he drove his automobile onto a sidewalk and struck a wall at Fifth and Madi son streets in an effort to avoid run ning down Henry Orlowski 14 of 248 East Third street who was rid ing a bicycle Brennan told police the young cyclist drove directly in front of his car and he was compelled to swerve the vehicle In doing so he struck the wheel but Orlowski escaped in juries No arrest was made A drunken brawl yesterday in an alleged speakeasy at Front and Engle streets conducted by a Negro resulted in Harry Bradson 20 Ridge read Trainer being sent to the Ches ter Hospital for repairs Physicians found that Bradsons nose had been broken several of his teeth knocked out and he also suf fered from numerous scalp lacera tions Atfirst he accused Korman El liott 39 of the 32CO block West Third street and Thomas Hill43 of the 3000 block West Sixth street as his assailants taut in police court this morning admitted that he didnt know who struck him He refused to press charges againstElliott and Hill and they were discharged with the payment of costs Elliott and Hill admitted being with Bradson but denied attacking him They did in form police that he was beaten in the speakeasy after they left him XL S TREASURY BALANCE WASHINGTON June Treasury balance as of June 9 S270 79711494 expenditures 39089 customs receipts 56718143 16 HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY TBy United Press LINCOLN FIELDS Sym Jack Booms Pal Hero Olffa Genipa Legal Gamble Panorama Weaver Bird Sun Tempest Roa noke Lad Miss Crcsta Run Sunny side Up Brave antf Bold Check Habanero Cabama Gibbys Choice Royal Treasure Kibitzer Prince Dunroyal Betty Barrett BourJand Piecemeal Happy Fellow Santa Sophia Jeff ONeil Tryandagain Batty Weather clear track fast AT LONG BRANCH Mariechen Monotacks Easter Dandy Tout Weather clear track fast U S Engineers Erect Sighting Tower at P M C Engineers of the United States De partment of the Coast and Geodetic Survey on Saturday supervised the construction of a triangular steel tower on the campus of the Penn sylvania Military College to be used as a sighting and observation center for this area in the calculating of a new survey of the Delaware River which has been made neces sary due to the changes through I the course of years since the last calculations were made of the At lantic Coast and its tributaries Rising high above anything for miles around in this section the temporary tower which is firmly at tached to ground anchors rises to a height of more than 90 feet It has been placed on the terrace at the entrance to the college parade grounds and immediately next to the Colonel Theodore Hyatt Memorial observatory the highest point of ground on the college property A platform has been constructed near the top of the tower upon which the engineers will place their sighting and other calculating in struments The platform is reached by an iron peg ladder Throughout tne structure there is a firm bracing of upright and cross beams all made of heavy gauge portable galvanized steel angle metal An unusual view Is presented from the platform of the tower where even with the hzzc of the present warm weather it is possible to obtain a view far over in New Jersey beyond Wil mington to the southern section of Delaware and to Philadelphia on the north with the aid of glasses The tower is a unit of a number of sta tions which have been placed throughout the east near the vari ous rivers At the topmost point of the tower there will be placed a warning light as a warning to aviators The tower sections were brought to the college in motor trucks and erected by a crew of trained em ployes of the department It Is not known just when the engineers con template beginning their calculations Irom the tower In line with the economy policies being put into effect by the board of school directors of this city the sum mer school sessions which have been held for a number of years as an aid to those pupils who had re ceived failures in a certain number of their academic studies have been eliminated Dr David A Ward su perintendent of the school district who has been in charge of the sum mer school work in the past has made announcements in regard to the means which may be used in making up work which would or dinarily be done in summer months The superintendent who has been deluged with questions concerning the methods to be employed and with requests forprivileges of giving in structions to pupils who have failed has worked up an outline of regula tion designed to give a uniform pro cedure to be followed throughout the summer and has asked the principals and teachers ot the city schools to 1 advise any parents concerned of tr rules to be observed No work for advanced credits will be recognized by the schools at the opening of the fall term No pupils will be permitted to make up more than two subjects failed Any tutor ing done must be done by some teacher other than the teacher who regularly instructed the pupil during the past year In all cases examina tions will be required and must be taken under the direction of the principal of the school in which the children have been enrolled KIDNAPERSOFlPEGGY McMATH GO ON TRIAL BARNSTABLE Mass June Buck brothers Kenneth and Cyril went on trial today charged with the sensational abduc tion of 10yearold Peggy McMath Conviction would carry a possible maximum sentence of 25 years im prisonment FILE DAMAGE SUIT Suit has been started at Media against Harry M Hires of K51 Tenth avenue Prospect Park by Burl S Lankford and his wife Mrs Flor ence R Lankford for injuries claimed to have been received by Mrs Lankford in an automobile col lision near Port Clinton SchuylJdll county Pa The collision took place on April 6 last The suit was filed by i Attorneys Reilly and Pearce URGETNCREASED Prominent Men Speak at Exercises Marking the Adoption of Emblem Increased respect for the national emblem was urged at exercises held last evening in Washington Memorial Chapel Valley Forge by William T Kerr of Yeadon national president of the American Flag Day Associa tion The exercises marked the 156th anniversary of the adoption of the American Flag ly the Continental Congress Representatives of pa j triotic organizations from this and j nearby states filled the chapel to 1 capacity It is our hope through the Amer ican Flag Day Association and co operating patriotic organizations to popularize Flag Day and make it one of the biggest days of the year William T Kerr of Yeadon natonal president of the association said in his address of welcome Addresses were made by Orrin E Boyle of Allentown national coun cilor of the Patriotic Order Sons of America and Captain Robert M Clutch of Darby patriotic instructor of the United Spanish War Veterans The invocation was pronounced by the Rev Dr W Herbert Burk Music was by the Golden Jubilee Band of Epworth Methodist Episco pal Church and the choir of the chapel A salute and pledge to the ttag was given by Troop 16 Girl Scouts of Swarthmore Miss Eliza beth RCSS Bartholomew of Prospect Park a direct descendants of Betsy Ross played a bugle call A group of county raiders bended by O N Smith and assisted by State Detective A L McNeal swooped clown upon the establishment of Michael and Katy Briscoc in Oak view Saturday afternoon and ar rested the two Briscos and Andrew Borsky and Michael Wincetocz on liquor law charges A number of complaints had been received by the district attorneys office concerning the place and the raid vindicated the complaints The four were taken before a magistrate who held them in bail for court Rninpv Wo i itaincy V O U Keep Wealthy From Evading Payments 4000Mile Flight Believed L o n g e s t E ver M ad e Across Water Mattern to Try Perilous Voyage to Alaska in Globe Circling Trip HAVANA June Spanish transatlantic fliers Cap t Mariano Barberan rvnd Lieut Jon cjuin Collar landed at Camaguoy in the extreme eastern end of buba at p m yesterday Chester time They left Seville Spain at a m New York time Saturday and had been expected at Havana it 5 T r v P m yesterday on a record westward WASHINGTON June crossing of the Atlantic The Senates revelation of income tax The flight was the longest over avoidance by partners in J P Morwater hop in the history of aviation gan and Company today brought a jtheair line from Seville to Cuba be demand fromSpeaker Henry T ing approximately 5000 miles They Rainey oi the House for a complete i made it in 38 hours 55 minutes aver VMS rvf t H 1 t 1 I i E1G HTH WARD MAN VICTIM OF ATTACK A man who wns later identified as John Cnulcy 107 Lamoktu street was found unconscious from a beating at Third and Lloyd streets early Vcs terday morning The victim of the attack was found by Bernard RUey 328 Lloyd street who hailed a passing automobile driven by James AnifUo of Media who removed the victim to the Ches ter Hospital for treatment It was first thought Cauloy suffered from a fractured skull but he was released from the institution yesterday after noon Police learned the nunie of his assailant and arc now hunting him Board of Seven to Con duct Publications Fam ily Benefits revision of the Federal tax Jaws Rainey one of the authors of the original income tax law in 1013 pro posed a press income tax to keep multimillionaires from avoidingFed eral taxes through clcfunction of busi ness losses Other leaders particu larly Senator Reed R of Pennsyl vania suggested adoption of a gen eral sales levy with necessities ex empted to reach the taxdodgers Rainey said aging nearly 100 miles an hour in their singlcrnotorcj biplane Tells of Ideal FHjrhl The night was made with little ad vance notice Capl Barbcntn in nn exclusive telephonic interview with the nmvs Pals in Havana commented We had no incidents along tho en Continued on Fourteen BURNED SEVERELY There is only one remedy and that TJTA xma is a gross income tax law It might iUW1VAVIO o Up be arranged to apply lightest on the less wealthy and perhaps become an auxiliary to our present system There would have to be exemptions Thomas Murray of Philadelphia say on incomes up to or llaJ his hands burned severely 000 with the gross income tax rpadi shortly before 1 a m today uhcn ing the big incomes j the liquid he was using to patch i People will never be satisfied with auto tube became Ignited a system where a man can build a ns 11C vvas heating the mairrlnl yacht and pay no tax A preparatory to installing the patch NORRISTOWN Pa June will of Cyrus H K Curtis which was entered for probate with the Montgomery County Register I of Willstoday created a board of seven trustees to administer the af fnirs of the Curtis Publishing Com pany and the four newspapers the UUycitrQld publisher owned at his death The trustees named arc his daugh ter Mary LouLsc0 Curtis Bok his grandsons Gary and WCur tis Bok George Horace Lorimer president of the Curtis Publishing Company John C Martin president o the CurtisMartin newspapers Charles A Tyler treasurer of the newspaper company and W D Pul ler that he success of the i Curtis Publishing Company will be promoted and best insured by the Continued on Pace Fourteen i gross income Lox law looks like a capital levy but is not BANK REFORM BILL WASHINGTON June House Majority Leader Byrns pre dicted today ihut Congress would pass the GlassSteafiall bank reform bill before final adjournment Such action he said would speed the much sought departure of Congress Murray made his way to Lhe fire house of the Moyamensing Hook and Ladder Company 324 East Broad street from Ninth and Morton ave nues and the drivers of the rom pnny administered firstaid to his burnod hands and then sent Murray to the Chester Hospital for furthcr treatment NEW OPENING JULY I KILLING MOTHER Joan Actual opening of the new Fity geraldMercy Hospital at Larisdownr avenue and Davis road Darin1 which had been scheduled for yesterday has been deferred to a later date and it Loral Lhat tne hospital wijj bci Concern UircCtec 10 ready for service on or about July 1 Remedy Soot Nuisance Basis for Complaints The bill in equity asking the court to restrain the Aberfoyle Manufac turing Company of this city from ejecting soot and ashes has been re tained for a period of four months in an order filed by Judge Albert Dutton MacDade NEW June The action was started about two I When adventure Joan and onehalf years ago by several i Lowell usually is about ten knot resident in the neighborhood of the ahead of it lashed to a ships Aberfoyle plant and running with full sail through Judge MacDade m his opinion a noreaster reachesthe following It Miss Lowell came back ino port is the duty of the defendant the j today aboard the Colombian Liner manufacturing plant to adopt the I Pastores with SIR in her oilskin purse most efficient and approved means S and a salty story about the first known of controlling the ash dust stage of her proposed fiveyears trip dirt cinders soot unconsumccl carj around the world in tho airiHary bon or unburned fuel emitted from Its schooner Black Hawk stacks So far as soot ash and unj The girl who got wide attention burned fuel are concerned the op after publication of her book Cradle eration of the defendants plant in the i of The Deep left the Black Hawk manner in whichit is now operated j with her father in command at wtnout proper efficient reasonable Kingston Jamaica but she said she and tried ash soot and unburned fuel hoped to rejoin it as soon as she controlling devices in its power plantcould raise some money to continue or other place in order to eliminate j the world trip Mich June Police claimed today that Balfe Mac Donald high school student whose mother was found dead in her home more than two weeks ago confessed to the slaying of his widowed parent The youth apprehended last week in Nuhvlle with a compan ion William Tcrwilliger was brought back today JUDGE WILL ADDRESS C H S GRADUATES Judge Albert Dutton MacDade who is i graduate of Chester High School will return to the institution on the nvcnins of June 22 when he will de liver the principal address to the members of the graduating class GEOLOGICAL MUSEUM LON DON June With a ring ing appeal for international coopera tion King George V this afternoon opened the World Economic and Mpnotcry Conference convoked in aft effort to rescue mankind from tho slough of depression In his opening remarks King George observed that no other mon arch in history had ever had the opportunity of welcoming so many delegates to an international confer ence A total of 168 delegates represent ing 66 civilized nations heard King George in an address broadcast throughout the world send the mo mentous conference on its way promptly at 3 p m 10 a m E D T All the delegates were instructed to be in their seats at 240 p m ten minutes before the King arrived at the museumfrom Windsor Castle The American delegation headed by Secretary of State Cordell Hull took the instructions seriously All its members were in their places by 215 p m The great hall of the new museum presented a sombre rather than a brilliant picture All the delegates were attired in black morning clothes The only splotch of color save for the green desks and bright pink chairs on the Dais was furnished by the brilliant hats of a few women seated in tho public section The delegates in their three paral lel blocs of seats 300 newspapermen lnti special section and ahandful of photographers in an especially con structed cage heard King George welcome the conference in a strong vigorous voice He expressed confidence their en deavors would lead to beneficial re sults throughout the world It cannot be beyond the power of main King Georgesaid so to use Continued on Page Fourteen LOCAL SHOWEBS IS FORECAST Partly cloudy today preceded by lo cal showers and cooler tills afternoon and tonight is the forecast for east ern Ponnsyivanift New Jersey Dela ware and Maryland It willbe fair tomorrow The highest temperature here yes terday was 92 degrees at 330 p m and the lowest was 74 at 7 a m The average of 83 was thirteen degrees above normal The highest tempera Lure ever rec6rded here on June 11 was 03 in 1911 and the lowest was 49 in 1907 Sunrise today was at 531 a m and sunset will be at 830 p m eastern daylight saving time HIGHWAY ROBBERY SUSPECT IS HELD Arrested on suspicion of highway robbery Lee Gilbert 34 Negro of West Mary street 1was held without bail for investigation when arraigned for a preliminary hearing in police court today A message the arrest of Gilbert was received here yesterday from Philadelphia police who say that a car Gilbert owns and in whicli four Negroes were riding figured ia a holdup In Philadelphia The sus pect will be questioned by detectives today Showers for June brides are the style right now But ifthe weather man wants to make us ail friends of his he will throw a few real show ers Earl E the big music man showed a lot of his pals how to beer the heat Saturday His helper the Upland IK a good shooter and a fast man on the draw The estate of Perus late president totaled only S30 which leads one to suspectthat he probably invested in some of those South American bonds Success of Capt Frank Hawks in flying across che country with a mechanical robot doing the work leads autoists to hope that maybe somebody will invent a robot to do their back seat driving Movie couple married in Havana last January will be married all over again in Hollywood in near future i Probably the newspaper photograph ers werent on hand at the first cere mony or diminish the soot ash and uncon sumed particles which now escape from its stacks and in its present lo cation is a restrainable nuisance The I defendant should pay the costs In decreeing that the bill be re gained for four months Judge Mac jDade says At the expiration of this period the plaintiffs may elect to At her rate of speed to date she said it would take her 15 years to circle the globe and judging from her story it would require 15 volumes to tell about it They were Miss Lowell said caught in the storm that wrecked the Dirigible Akron Then they were caught in a 90mile gale Miss Lowell present additional evidenceatfurther and her father stood fourhour watches lashed to the wheel It Continued on Pace Fourteenwas tough on her father however because during one blow the gale was so severe that she couldnt move across the deck to relieve him for 15 hours Father came through nicely Then a mate fell down a hatch They spent most of their money put tiny him in a hospital at Charleston S C Then they were becalmed Day after day after day after in didnt move an inch The flywheel fell off their auxiliary en gine Worse their radio went blooey They ran out of xvater The ships clog and Miss Lowells father suffered acutely One of them went delirious Finally a steamer came along and MLss Lowell braved a lot of dangers and got some water But in going after the water in a small boat they got lost from their schooner They rowed around for Lowell didnt remember just how many When they got back aboard they put in to an Island of San Salvador Miss Lowell traded her dresses to natives for two sheep At sea again one of the sheep became so homesick it com mitted suicide by jumping overboard They decided to rest up at Kings ton and jot down a few notes on the chanceMiss Lowell would some day write another Y Secretary Woodlin says Americana I need music to give them courage Well havent we been whistling for j three years to keep it up University of Wisconsin students will now get more exercise since authorities have refused to permit a beer tavern on the campus Many motorists seem to have no sense of right and wrong says a traffic expert Yes and weve seen a lot who seem to have a very poor idea of right and left The Weather WASHINGTON June The weather forecast Eastern Pennsylvania and New Jer sey Partly cloudy and cooler to night preceded by thundershowers this afternoon and possibly early to night Tuesday fair cooler TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m72 11 a m82 7 a m74 Noon 84 8 a m76 1 p m86 9 a m78 2 p m88 10 a m73 VjL