Chester Times, June 13, 1933

Chester Times

June 13, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - June 13, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE MONTHS ENDING DECEMBER 311932 57TH 17618 Daily Leased Wire Reports or rJuited Press UP and International News Service INS CHESTER PA TUESDAY JUNE 13 1933 FIGHT ON VETS CUT MAY RESULT Economy Measure Likely to Cause Delay in Ad journment of Congress Test Vote Will Be Sought Today House Considers Bank Reform Bill WASHINGTON June Increasingly bitter dispute over vet erans economy threatened today to deadlock Congress and delay its ad journment still further President Roosevelt flatly refused Jo grant additional concessions on payments to veterans He stood firm for his compromise plan already ap proved by the House in the face of Darning from Senator Byrnes Dem 5 C that Democrats could not mus ter enough votes to put it through he Senate A test vote will be sought today The President threatened to use his veto power if necessary to pre sent further riddling of his economy program A veto of the independent officers supply bill carrying veterans appropriations would be likely to prolong the session of Congress many days The administration made one long Stride toward adjournment by obtain ingSenate agreements to vote by 4 p m on the industrial regulation and public works bill The House meantime was to take Up the Glass banking reform and de insurance bill given new lease life by last minute compromise oetween House and Senate conferees House approval was considered as sured but the leftits ultimate fate still doubtful In thev involved dispute over vet erans compensation the situation is this As the biggest item in his federal Continued on Page Ten FLY TO HAITI ON GOODWILL FLIGHT Veteran of two Atlantic crossings the monoplane Columbia lower photo was pointed toward new honors when the trio pictured above set out aboard her from Floyd Bennett Field New York on a 2400mile nonstop goodwill hop to Port au Prince Haiti Pictured just before the takeoff are left to right Robert G Lyon copilot Captain J E Boyd pilot and Harold P Davis writer The plane built in 1925 is the one in which Clarence A Ghambenam flew 3911 miles nonstop to Eislebcn German j in 1927 and which earned Captain Boyd and Harry OConnor from Harbor Grace to England in 1930 Severe thunder during the electric storm last evening is believed to have brought the body of a drowned man to the surface of the Chester River near the spot where he went down early Sunday evening The body was recovered this morning shortly before 8 oclock by guards in Deshong Park who were assisted by Fred Graden who lives in a houseboat just in the rear ofthe Knights of Columbus Hall along the edge of the Deshong Drive near Ninth and Welsh streets The corpse was found just off the dock in front of the houseboat a distant down the river from the large rock in Ship Creek Woods where he was seen to disappear Sun day by Wilburn Schott of 926 Crosby street Known to his associates as Cas per the victim is said to have been a resident of the squatter shack colony on the west bank of the river in the vicinity of Ship Creek Woods just north of the park He was about forty years old Efforts to recover the body had been abandoned yesterday afternoon by members of the police department and of the Franklin Rescue Squad who had dragged the river since Sun day night Clothes found on the corpse re vealed nothing relative to his identity The body was removed to the morgue of Deputy Coroner White at Third and Norris streets SHARPLES NAMED ON PARKS GROUP HEAVY FOGS IN MATTEMS PATH Fear Expressed for Safety of Globecircling Flier on Way to Alaska NOME Alaska June Apprehension for the Jirn mie Mattern globecircling flier was felt today with reports that heavy fogs had settled over the Bearing Sea along the route of his flight from Khabarovsk The fact that Mattern was several hours overdue here if he maintained the speed of Post and Gatty on the KhabarovskNome lap of their world flight added to the anxiety Post and Gatty flew from Khabar ovsk to Nome in 15 hours and 45 minutes The same schedule would have brought Mattern to Nome at about midnight Nome time or 3 a m Pacific coast standard time Mattern however said before leav ing Khabarovsk that if he encoun tered bad weather he might land at Petropcavlovsk on the peninsula of Kamchatka until proved Implicates Companion When Placed on Trial Other Cases Tried An Eighth Ward youth turned squealer on his pal at Media yes terday when he entered a plea of guilty to a charge of stealing an automobile of which crime they were both accused and made a statement involving the other youth1 who pleaded not guiltyv The second defendant Salvatore Buonocore 20T of Second and Howell streets denied the statements made by his friend Eligio Di Meglio 21 of 321 Broomall street this city and his case will go before the jury in Judge Watson R Davidsons courtroom to day The young men were arrested In Philadelphia on May 20 while driving cdUions im sMgMS Meglio he stole the carnn Marsden Lawley Meglio he stole the car on that date t It at Ninth and Parker He met Buonocore the follow streets VICTIM OF HEAT KILLED IN FALL SCHOOL BOARD APPROVES BOND ISSUE OF Topples From the Rear of j Money Will Be Used to De Tow Truck and Frac fray Expenses of Clos tures His Skull ing Weeks of Term Heat Wave Is Broken byMinor Officials of School Electrical Storm Little j District Are Reelected Damage Reported Believed to be a victim of the heat Edward Weeks 30 an automobile salesman of 909 Parker street was fatally injured yesterday afternoon when he toppled from an automobile tow car at Second and Market streets and landed on his head He died shortly after admission to the Chester Hospital of a fractured skull Deputy Coroner George White of Third and Norris streets received a telegram this morning from W Harry Weeks of Orlando N C brother of the victim that he would arrive in Chester today and arrange for ship ment of his brothers body to the South for interment Weeks was employed by J Francis Taylor 911 West Ninth street and was on his way to the Reading Rail road freight station to drive some new cars from the station to the agency He had complained about the heat and told the driver of the low car George B Thorne of 1012 West Sev enth street that he would ride on the rear to get the air Just as Thorne turned off Market street to go to the station he hap pened to glance into the rear view mirror on his car and saw legs dan gling in the air He immediately ap plied the brakes and alighted to find i Thorne immediately placed the un conscious man in his car and took him to the Chester Hospital where Weeks died without regaining con sciousness Thorne was technically arrested and released in bond for the action of the coroners jury The victim boarded at the Parker street address his relatives residing at Tharboro N C Police notified his parents of the accident Heat Wave Broken Normal June temperatures pre vailed this morning following and electric storm which swept this area last night breaking the back bone of a heat wave which gripped this section for the past six days During yesterday afternoon the temperature rose to 94 degrees at oclock causing the death of one man in this city The victim was Edward Weeks 30 of Tarboro N C who Continued on Page Ten CAVEIN ENDANGERS The lives of three residents of this county were endangered last eve ning when the street paving at Thirtyfirst street and Powclton ave nue Philadelphia collapsed as the result of a break in a water main Richards both or Drcxo by The Pennsylvania Parks Associa tion at Its final session in Wilkes Barre added Colonel Ernest G Smith publisher of the TimesLeader WilkesBarre as vice president and reelected the following officers President Elwood B Chapman of Swarthmore vice presidents Philip M Sharpies of West Chester and Thomas Liggett of Pittsburgh sec retarytreasurer Herman Cope of Media Executive H Clapp of Sewickley W B Evans of Ligionier Mrs Ruth L Frick of Al lentown Thomas M Hartman of New Castle Mrs J E Hires of Ard more Dr J Horace MacFarland of Harrisburg William J Sherill of Haverford Colonel Henry W Shoe maker of McElhatten Jqhn C Slack of Pittsburgh J Borton Weeks of Philadelphia and Edward Woolman of Haverford Pittsburgh was tentatively selected for the 1934 convention TREASURY BALANCE Aviation flares lighted the Nome Airport in the early morning hours today as the populace awaited the Continued on Page Ten BOY WANDERER car Buonocore he said suggested they go for a ride and drove the cat to Philadelphia where they were ar rested Di Meglio said he was a passenger on the trip he hole Both wife had to be res cued by police who later roped off wuh lt a Claiming he left carnival company played in Trainer Preston Dewey who gave police of Upper Darby his address as 2600 West Third street this city last night appealed for as sistance to get home The boy became disgusted with the life and last night decided that theres no place like home Police here were notified and they in turn notified the boys relatives UH LUC Lit iJJ Buonocore is represented by Vincent ing Desmond of this city and Assistant District Attorney Clement J Mc Govern is prosecuting the case Negroes Convicted Charles Handy and Windsor Boner two Negroes living at Front and Ker lin streets this city were convicted tire block was undermined by flow Continued on Page Ten MARKET PROBE WASHINGTON June Senate stock market investigators today ordered the inquiry into com mercial and private bankers to be resumed at 10 a m June 26 By unanimous vote of the investi gating committee it was agreed that Ferdinand Pccora committee coun WASHINGTON June The Treasury net balance for June 10 was S27964738698 Expenditures that day were Customs receipts for the month through June Company Kuhn Loeb and Company 10 were sel could begin on June 26 exami nation of representives of any one of three Reed and HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY CBy United Press CHILD HEALTH CENTER1UNCHEON Marks Close of Business Meetings for Summer Reports Submitted TheChild Health Centers of this city terminated their business meetUL oiarence ivicumng 01 wai ings for the summer with a lunchlingord Hills formerly of Swarthmore y at the is professor of Zoology and Tot director of the Zoological Laboratory TO PARTICIPATE Dr David A Ward superintendent of city schools has requested that all pupils join the nationwide ob servance of Flag Day tomorrow From the home of Thomas Jeffer son in Virginia a chorus of voices will sing America and the school children of the entire country will join in the chorus Many of the local schools are pre paring special programs for the day to be presented in the assembly period However in the majority of the schools plans are being made to have the pupils give short talks upon ap propriate Flag Day topics in the various classrooms DR C EMcCLUNG GOING TO JAPAN Dr Clarence E McClung of Wai AT LINCOLN FIELDS Sister Hiph Tariff V5c torium Ruth Landolt Monty M Barkis Chica Cherry Time Bril liant Rose Resro Tamerlane Barashkova Celtic Prince La Salic Outbound Aclnarius Bourland Scandal Sheet BridefTport Prefer Sad Knight Belle Wefdel Gracious Gift Brave and Bold Maypole Simon Tanvater Ann What My Gentleman j Brown Blameless Treasure Weather clear track fast AT LONGBRANCHES TJie Han Jean Gaffney Fire Brigade Houssain None Casino j Weather clear track fast I mores Swarthmore Mrs William Ward Jr president of the organization presided at the business session which followed the luncheon Others present were Mrs William Ward 3rd Miss Elizabeth Price Mrs Clifford N Peoples Mrs j S B Luckie Mrs Thomas Galloway Mrs P C Nyce Mrs Charles R Long Mrs George J Diggins Mrs K Gordon McConechy and Mrs Harry M Armitage i Mrs John J McCIure who was elected to membership at the meet ing held last month attended her first session yesterday The three nurses connected with the center also present They are Mrs iret E Jorfr Mary Jones and Mrs Anna M Brice During the Mv or the Chase National Bank McCLMETAKES RAP ATPINCH Governor Charged With Breaking Faith by Public Service Probe Committee HARRISBURG Pa June 13fUP u of breaking faith Bnce submitted her report for the made against Governor Pinchot today montn of Mav is as Open Bids for Supplies Approval of a motion to create a school district bond issue not to ex ceed to defray expenses of the schools for the remainder of the fiscal year was given last evening by the directors in regular session at the Larkin building Broad and Crosby streets The motion was offered by Hiram E Turner of the finance com mittee who made the suggestion in view of the fact that the exact amouiu which might be needed was not exactly known at the present time The issue is to have two years to run and is to be at six per cent interest and white forty thousand dollars is the maximum the issue is to be in amount of the sum needed to complete the year and is to be financed through the current income of the district Certificates are to bear the seal of the school district Personnel of the offices of the schools and of the district headquar ters were reelected to serve under present salary ratings In the order were included the traunt officer and assistants the bookkeeper Thomas Kenre and the clerk force of the dis trict Reappointment of the mem bers of the medical staff to serve salary and also of the janitor forces with the exception of those stationed m two schools no longer in use was also approved Paul Lane Ives the district solicitor was also reappointed to serve another term A letter tendering payment of one thousand dollars as a part of the tuition due from the Chester towrf ship school district on tuitions owing was disapproved and followed by a motion that unless payment of an additional thousand is made by June 17 the pupils from that district will not be allowed to graduate from the high school at the close of the term Bids as follows were submitted for the grading soiling and sodding of the new athletic field In the rear of Continued on FAMILY WELFARE The following statement on statis tics from April 27 to May 31 presented at a recent meeting of the Chester Relief and Family Welfare Associa tion Carried over cases from month VVMWJ iltWllUil previous 3140 new and renev cases 330 transferred from other agencies 16 making a total case load of 3486 out of which number 3215 uridupli cated families received State aid271 service only A total of 579 relief and service cases were closed out Office consultations at the intake desk alonr totaled 2229 together with consulta tions by workers visits to families visitstoconsultants Phone calls and letters constituted 10530 acts of serv ice Shoes and clothing if and when available were given Milk has been distributed on an average of 925 quarts daily The monthly meeting of the Dela ware County Medical Society will be held at the Springhaven Club Thurs day afternoon at oclock The scientific program will be given by William H Crawford M D who is instructor of pediatrics ac the Temple University Philadelphia whose topic will bo Infant Feeding and Summer Caro Dr Harry C Donahoo president of the society will preside at the meeting Dinner will be served at 5 p m Included in important business to bo transacted will be the election of delegates of the society to serve in the house of delegates at the an nual session of the state society to be held in Philadelphia in October CHIMNEY BLAZE Members of the Good Will Fire Company No 2 were called out shortly after 10 oclock last night in response to a still alarm to extinguish a chim ney fire at the home of John Walker on East Eighteenth street near Ertg mont avenue Firemen attribute the the fire to refuse being the heater and igniting The fire was FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day Speaking into a gold ami silver microphone Kins Gcorjre of Enpiaiul is shown m this radio photo as formally opened the World Economic Con reicncc at London yesterday The monarchs voice was brondesist to cvorv nation cm earth m a pica for the burial of hatreds iincla prayer for the success of the parley TRIO HELMORC0U Accused of Unprovoked Assault on Linwood Of ficial and His Son Bail amounting in addi tion to the imposing of two fines of and costs was imposed upon three young men of the Eighth ward this city who attacked Magistrate Walter Greenwood and his son Al bert of Huddcll avenue Linwood early Sunday morning when they were arraigtied before Magistrate Joseph Mann nt the Linwood Fire Company headquarters last evening The attack on tho officialand his son nnd the subsequent hearing drew more than 250 spectators to the flrchousc beside the numerous of ficials and other interested parties The first charge prof erred was that of reckless driving by Officer Fred nand who was fined and costs On the main charge that of ns sault and battery withintent to kill preferred by Greenwood all three men pleaded not Guilty Subsequent testimony howevci prompted Magis trate Mann to hold each in bail on this charge The eventsleading up to and sur rounding the case as brought out during the hearing were that the three In company with three other young men had gone to a danceat Boothwyn and were refused admis sion hecause of trouble they had caused on other evenings Following the refusal they became engaged in a freeforallfight which theman ager of the dance and Constable Alex Ward of Upper ChIchester township tried to settle During the height of the alterca tion Greenwoods son who had driven up at about that time passed the Cabled After Cabinet Meet Offer toMake Par tial Payment Hinted LONDON June Chamberlain Chancellor of the Ex chequer arose in a tense and crowded House shortly after 6 p m and an nounced that his allimportant debt speech had been unavoidcdly post poned until 10 p m LONDON June note dealing with the war debt payment due Tnursday was cabled to Wash ington by the British government today for Immediate delivery to the American State Department The note was sent soon after the cabinet had met for the second time within nine hours to discuss whether Britain would pay or default and a hcujravbefore Neville Chamber lain Chancellor of the Exchequer was to submit the entire question for Rcueral debate in the House of Commons cause of t t 5n a few moments and little damage resulted University of Pennsylvania has been j granted a years leave of absence order to serve as visiting professor at Keio University Tokio Japan Dr McClung will be one of a group of American educators invited by the University of Keio to serve on its faculty for one year for the purpose PARIS Juno dollar i better understanding I was strong today opening at 20 60 and Japanese francs cents per franc of learning closing at 2079 C481 cents by the Senate Committee whose SlOO 000 appropriation h vetoed a atotement issued after a meeting here The McCIure com mittee formed to investigate tha Pubi nc Senice Commission said the ernor had promised to cooperate with the inquiry and also had promised to sign the resolution authorizing the study and providing money for the work Relying on the Governors promise the committee announced that public hearings would be resumed in June and necessary arrangements were made with witnesses whose testimony relates to the inquiry thestate ment read Now as an excuse for breaking faith with the committee the Gov ernor resorts to the action of the Continued on Ten i Men Doff Coats In Media Courts The high temperature yesterday afternoon was responsible for the unusual sight of coatess men in the courtrooms at Media Jucifje Watson R Davison of Franklin county openly invited men to take off their coats Jurors and men in the body of the courtroom sat without coats in the presence of Judges Bailey and MacDade Judge JtfacDade sent an order for fans for the jury hearing a murder trial Horse Racing Plant Near Chester Planned f followers of the four and next week is pyncctpd to in this vicinitywork in full swing Already th6 tract and they are soonbe re of 30odd hps warded for their many long treks to and thesite for Maryland race tracks with an upto stand has on date establishment within nine miles cct will anumber of of this city Delawae sportsmen are but it is not known how mTnv ready to start building a high class1 ow many racing plant on the William du Pont estate at Bellevue located between and this city j tuuvfce ana insiae tnis construction of a thoroughly modern there will be a lake fed by artisian j race track is expected to begin there wells The width of the track will this week Passage by the next Delbe 200 feet and it will be a mile aware Legislature to permit partmu and two sixteenths around the out betting find one of the j side edge In the gradjng operation it will be necessary to remove about 40000 feet at the rate of 1000 feet a day re quiring 40 days for the operation It is not expected the grandstand I wUI be built for some time but it will Continued on Page Ten i The track will be one of the most novel and beautiful in the cast In side the mile oval there will be a steeplechase course and inside this most elaborate plants in the country ready A number of Philadelphians and Delaware countians are reported to be looking on this development with considerable interest The contract for grading and nil ing the track proper has been letl onPafje Ten BABY COACH NEEDED An urgent need for a baby coach has been reported by the Child Health Center clinic at 10H West Second street and anyone possess ing such an article nnd can donateit for such a good cause is asked to got in touch with the nurse in chargeat the above address ATTACK FACEDBYYOUTJ Held for Juvenile Court for Beating and Attempt to Rob Newsboy A trio of South Philadelphiayoulhs 14 and 15 years of age arrested after it is claimed they cried to rob a newsboy in Ridley Park Saturday afternoon were yesterday remanded to juvenile court by Magistrate Wil liam Ward of Ridley Park on charges assault and battery ceny and attempted larceny The youths are Joseph Doyle 15 of the 3100 block DSckimon fitrcef John Forsyfchc 14 of the 1300 block South Thirtieth street and Albert Pecca 14 of the 1900 South Eighth street According to police the trio re turning from LciperVs quarry in Rid ley township Saturday pfLcrnoon attacked John Stotve a 14yearold newsboy of South Swarthmore ave nue Ridley township with the in tention of robbinghim of his days receipts The alleged attack oc curred on Chester pike near Crum Lynne station Christopher Meyers 15 who with his parents lives on Chester piko Continued on Papc Ten LONDON June cellor of tho Exchequer Neville Chamberlain In his war debt speech before the House of Commons this afternoon will announce that the cabinet has decided upon at least a partial payment of the war debt annuity due Thursday to the United States the United Press learned frpjn weUmtornied British and American sources today Whether the payment would rep resent approximately 10 per cent of the sum due as an acknowledgment ol the debt or a full payment in Continued on Page Ten KINGFISH LONG TO RUN PAPER WASHINGTON June Senator Huey P Kingfish Long of i Louisiana has announced he will bc j gin publication of a weekly news paper in Philadelphia The first issue is scheduled to be printed in about a month Of hto paper Long said It will bn used to interpret the ef fect of new legislation and govern ment affair It will carry no adver tising and will not be run for profit G A R INVADES PITTSBXJRGTI PITTS BtJRGH June Tho hoys in blue of Invaded Pitts burgh today just a scattering handful of them now i Their sons and daughters grand icons and granddaughters were with them on this invasion for joint con ventions of state organizations of the Grand Army of the Republic the Sons of Union Veterans the Auxiliary Sons of Union Veterans the Womans j Corps the Ladies of the i G A R and the Djiughcrts of Union j Veterans The climax as far as the public Is concerned to the state encamp ment will be tomorrow when Pitts burgh will cheer the heroes of 72 j yearsago as they parade through principal streets with their sons and dfitighiers nnd city officials Army Discharge Descrip tion Does Not Tally With That of Train Victim J7 Years on School Board He Cannot Read or Write SCRANTON June Wolohwicz who has served as a director of the Dickinson City School Board for 17 years and has been board treasurer for a long time testified in court yesterday he cannot read or write and never went to school a day in his life As treasurer he receives annually Wolohwicz was testify ing in the action begun by taxpay ers to oust six members of the board Deep mystery surrounds the efforts to identify the corpse of a youri man struck and killed by an express train on the Baltimore and Ohio j Railroad between the Twin Oaks and Feltonville stations Friday morninjr May 26 About one week after the mans death Officer Boulden of Feltonville was informed that a boy had found i army discharge papers near the scene of the fatality The boy fearing ar rest had not made his discovery known Through a friend of the boy Boulden procured the papers and re I ported to the coroners office In che interral between the mans death and the finding of the paper fingerprints and photos of the vic Urn were taken by Sergeant Detwyler of the Radnor Township police and when the paper was turned over to the coroners office copies of the prints were sent to army headquarters at PRICE TWO CENTS CURENCY AND DEBTS BEORE LONDOWPARLEY U S Delegates Shun To days Sessions of World Economic Conference Japan Backs Roosevelt In flation Policies Wai Bills Again Discussed LONDON June imperative need of currency stabiliza tion and an insistent demand for settlement of war debts to the United States occupied the World Economic Conference today at its second ple nary session The United States dclegfUion shunned the meeting Despite the barring of war debts irom the agenda Prime Minister J Ramsay MacDonalds reference of yesterday was repeated by Guido Jung Italian finance minister who insisted there must be a final debt settlement Dr Constantin Von Neu rath German foreign minister also referred to debts Other speakers Included Premier Edouard Dalaclier of FranceVis count Klkujiro Ishii of Japan General Jan Christian Suints of boutn Africa Pedro Cosio of Uru guay Adam Koc of Poland Orestes Ferrara of Cuba and Sir Atul Cha teijGC of the League of Nations and Alexandra Malinoff of Bulgaria While Malinoff former Premier of Bulgaria was speaking J H Thomas member of the British cabinet en tered the hall He mounted the rostrum bent down to MacDonalds side and they talked earnestly with their heads close together He ob viously brought news of some devel opment in war debts One of the important developments of the meeting was Japans lining up solidly behind the Rooseveltian reflation policies It demonstrated that Ishhs visit was the most success uil or all the representatives of major powers to Washington Ishii heartily endorsed the simul taneous tackling of currency and trade barrier problems and an inter national policy of liberal credit and cheap money Daladler proved to have been won over only to the Roosevelt Public Works Policy and otherwise is for deflation while Jims was definitely deflationary ccmference adjourned irntU a m tomorrow when Chan Contlnucd on Pagt Ten FAIR AND COOLER WEATHERPREDICTED Fair weather Is predicted today and tomorrow in eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland It will be slightly cooler here today The highest temperature here yes terday was 94 degrees at 245 p m which equaled the maximum record for the date registered previously in 1914 The lowest temperature here yesterday was 74 at615 a m The average of 84 was thirteen degrees above normal for the date and twenty degrees above the average June 12 last year Minimum tempera ture for the date is 52 established in 1007 Sunrise today was at 531 a m and sunset will be at 830 p meastern daylight saving time tJLAZE AT MILMONT A slight fire in the third floor of the home of John Huyctte on Grant avenue MUmonfc shortly after noon yesterday was extinguished by Mil mont Fire Company with the aid of chemicalsThe house a large four teen room structureis opposite the Woodlyn school A fire official said the loss would not exceed Pete the big Moose cheer dis penser Is fast getting gray although he admits hes in the pink and in the red Four local youths who attacked a Linwood magistrate were arrested as they were speedingaway from the scene Probably they had little idea where they were going That idea of serving good drinks to the delegates of 66 nations to the London Economic Conference should at least keep the visitors in good spirits An Eighth ward cobbler is writing zii opera in his spare time It prob ably will contain some very soleful music A burglar broke into a store here and stole only a dummy ham made of wax At that he has something that will melt in his mouth A deputy fish and game warden shot a chap for fishing in the Schuyl killriver last Sunday No Mabel these deputies arent picked for the job on account of their brains While Congress is trying to find a way to permit cities to get rid of part of their debts we might suggest that they get rid of some of these socalled inspectors who are mostly interested in payday Strangely enough the govern ments penalties for gold hoarding dont seem to be deterring the gold diggers one bit Fat Leo walked 10 miles yesterday 1rom Market street to Lamokin street before he got tired Weather WASHINGTON Jane The weather forecast Eastern Pennsylvania Fair slightly cooler in south portion tonight Wednesday fair slowly rising tem perature New Jersey Fair cooler Wednesday fair TODAYS TEMPERATURE 6 a m 66 11 a 7 a m i 68 12 noon 71 8 a m70 lip m72 9 a m70 2 p m72 Continued on Page lea JO a m 70L ;

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