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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - June 22, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE 10XT2S ENDING DECEMBER 31 1932 57TH 17626 FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Beat of the Day Daily Leased Wire Reports of United UP and International News Service INS CHESTER PA THURSDAY JUNE 22 1933 DRYS CONCEDE IOWAS VOTE IS BLOWJX CAUSE Senator Robinson Arkan sas Hears His State Will Also Go Wet TWENTYTWO PAGES LONDONBOUND BEARING ROOSEVELTS MESSAGE PRICE TWO CENTS Sees Doom of Prohibition Laws Calif W Va Ballot Tuesday WASHINGTON June sounded the doom of the Eighteenth Amendment Tuesday That was the i tion in Washing ton today following the 3 to 2 repeal victory in the first test in the corn belt Even Senators from States long regarded as dry prcVted repeal Wet victories were forecast when the battle shifts to the cotton belt next month New Han rhire and Connecticut joined Iowa in voting wet The days most significant comment came from Cenator Robinson Arkansas long dry He said From what I hear Arkansas will vote for repeal National repeal seems STABILIZATION MITCHELL FOUND OF CURRENCY IS NOT GUILTY OF HIT ATPARLEY U S TAXEVASION CHESTER HIGH STAFF REDUCED United States Turns Jury Renders VerdictSchool Thumbs Down on Imme Teachers appointed by the Board of Education of this city to teach in the Chester High School for the term of 193334 began turning In their signed contracts at the office of j George diate Action in London 4ftnr The ew call for a rcduc AUCr UOnbiaerauOn Ot tion of 124 per ceit from the Case for 25 Hours Hull Also Proposes WorldFindings Include wideLowering of Tariff j Counts Was and Trade Barriers Chairman of N amounts paid the teachers for the tornv just closed and under the ccon I omy plan inaugurated by the school 1WK lrd thc Aching force at the school xum Wil be reduced from 69 to 64 teachers LONDON June United States turned thumbs down on immediate currency stabilization at the world economic conference today while the dollars dropped rapidly on every important European exchange making new low records since abandonment of the gold standard Shortly after the American dele gation had stirred the conference by proposing in general terms a world wide lowering of tariff and trade barriers a real sensation was caused Sk UP DARBY SHOP COURTROOM New York June 22 E Mitchell was found not guilty today on both counts of an indictment charging j Suspects Picked violation of the income tax laws The acquittal of the former chair man of the mammoth National City Bank and its affiliates appeared to makp safe from prosecution scores of Up in Camclen Bandits Took in Cash Two bandits held up 1 E Toub X important instructions from Cation at the World Economic Conference secretary of state and head of the celebrated Sena tor Dickinson Iowa said aS he sailcd from New York for London with Herbert Bavard Swope right of the outcome in his state former New York publisher Prohibition has been eliminated as a political issue in Iowa by yester days vote T e result was what I expected I believe the Eighteenth Amendment will be repealed Senator Nye North Dakota said If North Dakota were to vote now it would go wet In these depressed TT times the disposition is to vote against i Heat Victim Falls From j Tendered Dinner boom year millionaires who on adj at lhc dom of nR shop at 265 vice of income tax experU nnd lawi Bayinrt vcmd Upper Darby shortly by a statement of its policy on stabil i yers followed procedure similar to 1 bofore l am today forced him to ization Mitchells In writing offcapitallosses I the door had Just locked The statement said the delegation u balance income and thus felt it could make a more important payment of heavv taxes Kti T i J TRUAXCASEIS U S PROBE INTO NEARING JURY COUNTY RING ON WRONS Efforts to Tass the Buck3 Refuted by Bank President Surety Company Asked to Pay After Exposure President Eooscvelt to the American Contribution to fche conference by a The jury returned its verdict onference Raymond ftloley asssitant i Irove to raisePnce levels than by i m It had received the case ebrated brain trust is shown left stabilization 1227 p m yesterday and had n c j i The statement was not roonvHoH lihorsit fr ALPHA BOATMEN BISHOP TAITT RESCUE IN ANNIVERSARY case at ad Cfu statement was not regarded as liberated for ten night i closing the door entirely to a stabili before being locked up without reach Bun cnaiEC things If business should pick up North Dakota would be dry Shouse president of the As sociation against Prohibition Amendment declared if the repeal forces carry the three cotton States Arkansas and Alabama which vote July 18 and Tennessee July 20 there Bulkhead Into ware River Dela Years Service Episcopal Church An unidentified man was rescued I In celebration of the fiftieth annii gaUon uom drowning this afternoon at the versary of his entrance into the minf Hul1 wa5 not present ization agreement sometime later in the conference With the dollar dropping rapidly it was felt that the United States would soon be in a bargaining position where stabilisa tion could be attained at a rate which would give President Roose velt leeway to avoid any fall in raises being one of the rri chief points of his program On DU The currency statement was given Wifh out at tne Claridge Hotel which was ILII overrun by international journalists awaiting the flash on the statement which had been expected It was given out by an attache of the dele of State Cordell The jury that has been listening to the testimony inthe trial of W Nelson Truax 52 former banking of ficial of this city who is charged with embezzlement fraudulent conversion false entries and false pretenses will get the case some time this after noon James L Rnnkin who with John V DiKpins has defended the accused banker made his address to the jury before noon Prior to his address sludge John M Broomall allowed a motion of the defense counsel that the jury disregard any transaction prior to June 6 1020 which are cut in Cnmdcn N j Undcr tlle stntute ot mlta avoid nnci escaped with from the cash register An hour later two suspects were nnt District ing an agreement Deliberations were resumed today at 9 a m The verdict acauittal meant that the jury under the charge of Federal j Judge Henry W Gocidard decided Mitchell acted with no intent to de fraud when he sold National City Toub and his wife had just closed shop and stepped into their car i a machine drew alongside Two nion got outOne held a gun Dont make a sound or Ill plug you warnedthe gunman Both of you get out of the car n y p nl Bank shares to Mrs Mitchell in 1929 PVV forward and later bought them back wheni he failed to list a payment 1 Toubs be nothing left for the f oot street by two members istry of the Episcoa Church The delegation had worked until I 25 hours payment from the National City Banks man agement fund as income and when he sold Anaconda to W D Thornton copper magnate and later bought it back The verdict came with startling suddenness after the jury had been considering the case approximately Even the AntiSaloon spokesman Dr F Scott McB general superintendent saw obviously cal con recess from shortly afternoon until shire voted against repeal However The man evidently a heat victim l on the bulkhead at the inS bishops first step in the official of the church a deacon that of becom its room but immediately sent nations insisted that President Roose tK to remain in the courtroom He had been reading a book which Guard who is the accounting warden fell into the of Saint Pauls Protestant Episcopal I TPF Churrh L Continued on Page Fifteen I who CARNIVAL OPERATOR FAILS ON CHARGES Shouse predicted repeal would win i fen Into the water with him m toe former by 2 to land the latter j The cries of the boys aroused Church where Bishop Taitt se1ved7s Charles Faulkner of 935 McDowell rector for more than thirtysix years DES MOINES June j and JaTmes Schmidt of 9 I during which period he endeared 1 Sellers avenue Upper Darby widely i himself to the hearts of everyone in were on the pavilion of the Bishop Taitt left the rectorship at club Saint Pauls about four years ago They rushed to the bulkhead and when he was requested to accept the without hesitation went overhead i leadership of the diocese following The body of the man was soon death of Bishop Thomas J Gar covered and he was brought ashorel If Price spoke of the O1M UIN ON GIRL The courtroom was almost empty Judge Goddard had his hat on and immediately counsel for A few friends stood at Mitchells side A group of reporters sat nearby but the crowds which had waited for days ior the outcome of the trial had Jcfi the room Criticism was directed today at Then the jury filed back Into the m nnirP fnr thoir disinterested room andAnnounced its verdict of alleged kidnaping acquittal and Highland Specttlacion rife in Upper i m an unconscious condition A telei Bishop as Chesters outstandingcfri Darby today as to whether Max Gru phone call brought the rescue squad 7en and an institution of thr rttv berg carnival operator made his firemen post haste mecm about face and failed to mention the names of those who bled him forLINDY M 4 Y FLY TO S1500 graft money last week because tt reached I GREENLAND ICELAND fTrllnArtr nrotr Gruberg was arrested last Satur day night along with two conces The bishop was congratulated bv more than five hundred members of toe clergy and the Maity of the Church in Pennsylvania who were present to dp homage to him Bishop Taitt began his day with f the locality reported that a young woman was bundled into a blue Buick car which speeded north on Highland avenue while the young woman was frantically scream ing KENT RESCUE The arrests were brought about by J Grf rland Iceland tins two women operators for the Good of r f charge of acdal Government League who lost S3 each Of thatterritoryfor the Pan while playing galnes of chance Of which After his arrest he characterized jfan T the policeof the township and con sviem nSPn th stables for miles around as the i SSThi texpedltlon Wl11 sai1 biggest bunch of chiselers I ever jJ l th S m0nth to Heeven stated when he j f run out of cash the petty grafters took love birds he had on sale at the nival j piafjg Grubergr was arraigned for a conj Thg where the Holy of ordination fifty years he conducted a service congregation OF 30 YACHT GUESTS Arescue party led by A Atwater i fent yesterday took 30 guests from The license number of the car was the grounded yacht of the rndio furnished police but even as late as A Atwater Kent Jr in the Delaware river near New Castle Del Effortsto float the 150foot steam craft off the submerged steel jetty into which it rammed shortly after midnight failed The guests whose names were not revealed were taken ashore In small today noon local authorities were un able to identify the owner of the car although they could easily learn by telephoning the Highway Department at Harrisburg itwas pointed out It was learned that Detective Cap tain Feeney knew nothing of the the prcs episode until he first read about Come on he growled Wheres the rest of the dough You took in more than that today Thats nil Ive got Toub replied Is there more in the store dc mnnded the man with the pun Toub nodded All right open up nnd be quick about it ordered the bandit Toubunlocked the dor The1 gun man emptied the cosh register Now lock up again and beat it said the bandit but Toub deliber ately flooded the carburetor of his car Continued Fifteen ABERFOYLE COMPANY RUNNING OVERTIME Signs indicate that there is a gen eral improvement in conditions among many of the leading industrial concerns of this city and that the conditions of employment nnd pro duction to meet orders on hnnd hns shown a marked Improvement in the past month or two One vof the concerns to feel the improvement of conditions is the Abcrfoyle Manufacturing Company w ere it Is reported thnf a force of 2000 employes are busily engaged In production to meet orders The force is said to be composed of the regular group of workers who have continued there throughout the dull months In addition to which has been added a force composed entirely of the former employes of the plant who hove been awaiting renewed ac tivity in their industry The employes are working day and night and Sun Early summer orders at the plant have given the executives of the organization arenewed hope and as the summer is progressing the orders have continued to come In offering addr address vji ini imin1 WLIU iiiivc con Din Ufa to rnmr In episode until he first read about it I revealed were taken ashore In small assurance that the nS vim jm the Chester Times A very brief They were driven to Phila for some time tc jreport about the incident was noted Pa J1 Private automobiles i in a small book at nolinp stxtinn The yacht rammrri fhr at police station on further crvor rH f ansatlantic j If he is able to leave 9 QP A ATTOTT rnr here Colonel Lindbergh JoJrl r lj may join the expedition later by n rhl Sraduahon ex this book being for the recording of ley Junvor High minor comlaints su work of gathering data on tinued hearing before Justice of the ME datu Peace Acheson of Melbourne last j rout night but failed to keep his promI caiued m High i minor complaints such as boys play ing in streets dead cats or dogs on highways etc Detectives did learn however that nxr the young woman is a resi IJtvIl dent of the vicinity of Third and Jeffrey streets They say she had UUL 4MIICU UU Jvlitp IH5 UlOm iiinrfinn nriH i RIIU U1UI ise to name all whom he paid His at the toraey Eugene D Salus said repudiating statements which have led to the inference that we paid graft for the protection of gambling We are notgoing to make any state ments but we are not going to deny anything The hearing was again postponed boys automobile MEXICO CITY June been Ollt in a group of Search of jungle and mountain JC sle alighted from their Th e ya ch c ra m m cd th e sou them end of the western jetty at Pea Patch Island while proceeding up the river The boat was running nt full speed and a hole3 by4 feet was torn in starboard bow The hoJc was re paired by the crew Several other liave been grounded near the same point in DC MOLAYOPENS Tool who pressed for conviction on many counts Judge Broomall was scheduled to chancre the jurors after the noon recess I did not think I was domfj any thins wronjj declared Truax on the witness stand yesterday Truax yesterday admitted taking the profits in the transactions In the previous testi mony where he had used the banks credit to dabble In the stock market The defendant soufiht to excuse his actions by declarinc that many of the transactions had been dis cussed with Douglas ncnt of the Faith presi ChesterCambridge Bank nnd Trust Company of which Truax was sec vet a vy and assistant treasurer until last January Did he express disapproval asked Attorney Rankin No replied Tninx Later Truax added that Mr Faith cautioned me to be careful that the bank did not lose any money Truax also declared that similar transactions several dozens of them had been carried on by customers of the bank These customers Truax said had ordered slock without put ting up any money the stock had been sold the profits paid to custom ers and no entries of the transactions made in the Securities Purchased for Cuhtomcrs Account President Denied Knowledge Later under crossexamination Assistant District Attorney William R Toal asked Did you hear Mr Faith on Monday testify that you did not take up these Items with him Trvmx replied He said I took some of them up Did you hear him sny he did not know about these items asked Mr Toal Yes replied the defendant Opening his testimony Truax said he wo 55 years of ORC and lives at 31 East Twentythird street this city ITS SETOTH DAY Butch Harris Alfred Sorgi Star Witnesses Before Jury ExConstables and Several Others Awaiting Call Today Continued on Page Fifteen U OF GRADUATE Miss Eleanor Snyclcr daughter of Mrs Ida Snydcr of 327 West Ninth street wns among those who were grndimtecl at the University of Penn sylvania yesterday Miss Snydcr who is a graduate of the Chester I High School was one of ten persons Fine Arts T William A Fenical Jr of Harrjsburg state master the eighth annual convention order of the past few months Earlier in the i here today week workmen on the jetty charged e opening days sessions were t another group in the j ltwas a peril to navigation since its and the redoubled todav for Cant Mariano uick car came along and forced her j id submerged at nearly VlJ times 4vjai irt tHJ ivtjA flirtir n j i M WEST END BLAZE i Barberanand Car L yacht thc 1 Spanish aviators missing on a Tne owrer of the car will be taken built for Kent after Mexico City flight auxiliary Plenty of smoke but not much fire Suadrons of military planes were J into custody for questioning as soon chooncr the Areletha burned near failed to appear Civic organizations ship are demanding Grubergs charges caused considerable excitement sent at vicinity of Ninth street and in this morning about 30 dawn to fly State and ordinary citizens cvuvjuu j i ocJock when flames in the bedroom down a SCOrc of revealed and the girl the entrance to thc Cape Cod Canal r story iri 1929 Superintendent James H be featured by exemplification of tho initiatory decree by the Knapp Chap ter of St Marys Tomorrow the Warren Chapter will exemplify the De Molay degree Installationof officers and selection j of a house occupied by a Negro family were J the plane had been located to the bottom of the affair and may is 4 HURT IN CRASH sue caustic instructions for better po tlI f of the townJ were discovered a probe into An alarm was turned in from Box 5lf Jm5S DKOWNS INT CREEK w ci j Hi i rom rtirv r iEjn 1321 at Seventh street and Central S h Vvay in Puebla i avenue to which the Fire Company e cfwas of one of the responded and put out the blaze thc flyers had been WILMINGTON Del June INS Sevenyearold Johnnie because he disobeyed his mother and went swimming without an older companion The boy drowned in Brandy wine Creek near Kirk wood Park i chemicals The firemen left the ofUTaxc3a Huamantla FIRE AT TYRONE PA Pour persons including a Phlla the firc department lieutenant today were recovering from injuries received when a fire engine rcspond to a false alarm crashed into an TYRONE Pa June f INS automobile In the northern section The injured wrc Florence Fitz scene about noon time TheToss WM chand thc State i Damage esumated at todav i Simmons 45 Leo P Lvon atrfv 4 s course i resulted from a fire which swept I and Ricgard V r GETS M A DEGREE Miss Hannah D Cassel of 1218 on investigation that the rumor untrue Philadelphia HOME FROM HOSPITAL Thomas W U S REPRESENTATIVE DIES St 1GGt among the number of studentsto re m the Chester ceivc a fr thC pa degree of Master of Arts at two from n appPcn llflfinn or TTv llPMln WASHINGTON June the graduation exercises at the Uni dicitis operation was discharepd from Rep Edward B Almon 73 Democrat vcrsirv of Pennsylvania yesterday the institution yesterday rhamhAr nf representing the cjghth district of j Shaw Says London Parley Is Idiotic Conference URGE START ON POLEE MDT POSTOFFICE HERE BEER HIJACKERS of a 1931 meeting place slated for tomorrow also was FINDS BOMB ON AUTO WATCHUNG N J UP apparent attempt to kill Con gressman Charles A Eaton of thc Fifth New Jersey District war frus trated today when a bomb was found wired feo the ignition system of his automobile The bomb was a foot I long and five inches in diameter and was adjusted so that an attempt to start the car would set it off EMMANUEL MAY VTSfl decree of Bachelor of She majored in music HARVARD GRADXJATES 2M8 the CAMBaiDOE June r University nt closr of its 297th year conferred 2148 degrees today Of these 680 wentto Harvard Col lege undergraduates 550 receiving degrees of Bachelor of Arts and 130 Bachelor of Science Alabama died in his hotel apart ment at545 a m today He had been in a critical condition since suf fering a heart attack Tuesday HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY United Press Makes Plea to Govern ment Men Vr s ROME June Vic tor Emmanuel plans to visit the j United States in the spring of 1934 if was The visit j would be in return for that President j Wood row Wilson paid to Italy when Men Enfor ftarairo hc wcnt at the end of iitii filter VTdragCchc World War i to Take leaded Carrier First Ward Boy Easily Hard Lack Champion of Pa William Carter ten years of age of 2105 Madison street is probably the juvenile hard luck champion of the state The jinx bepnn following young Billy about five years ago when he was struck by an automobile and frac turcd his skull His next misfor tune was a broken arm Lass than a year later he fell in a quarry hole and again fractured his skull Sev eral weeks ago he was forced to go to the hospital to have a badly lacerated hand treated and yes terday he fell from aeherry tree and fractured his leg The boy has been treated at the Chester Hos pital for each misfortune ia investigating vice Hquor and conditions n DC aware county today turned ts attention to a new balJ bond racketecrlnR Keprcscntatives of companies in Delaware county will be called before the jury to tell what they know of the dis appearance of prisoners while free on ball In the past three years it was reported It was said r Jmanv bailed prisoners failed to appear when their cases were called In Delaware county court and thai rumors tvere prevalent the bonding companies were recompensed from a com mon fund held in reserve for for such emergencies by a hirhly organized jrraft syndicate The federal investigation into al leged alliances betxveen violators of the Eighteenth Amendment and poli ticians of this county began its sev enth day today in Philadelphia with several witnesses waiting to be called exiles Walter Butch Harris of Marcus Hook and Alfred Sorgi notorious bootlegger of the same place were subpcnaed by the federal investigators and were waiting yesterday to tell their story to the Federal Grand Jury Harris was convicted in April 1931 on a charge of tampering with tha jury then trying the case of a num ber of constables accused of grafting He served one year of a one to two year sentence Six months after na was released from the county prison he was returned to jail for failure to pay costs amounting to Threa months later he was freed when friends paid his fine Since then ha has been living In Wilmington Del served 18 months and paid line He claims he was ban ished for life from this county Judge MacDade declared that both Harris and Sorpi are parole violators He snid that Harris given his free dom after serving part of his sen tcnce on the jury tampering charge promised to go straight and wag aided by4he probation officeofthe court underJudgeMacDadcs direc tion in findlnga job at Marcus Hook But Harris did not keep his word asserted the violated hU parole by going back to liquor seil sng When he was up forrsentencc he pleaded thab he couldget a job in Wilmington Del if the court would permit him to go there I agreed that he would be given this chance if he behaved and fixed the probationary period ab10 years More recently he asked permission to be allowed to work in Marcus Hook where he found a job and continue to live In Wilmington I did not object Sorgi has been before the courts half a dozen times for liquor viola tions He received a sentence of one nnd R half to three years on the most recent occasion and was pa roled by Judge Broomall But Sorgi continued to get into trouble as a bootlegger and decent citizens of Continued on Page Fifteen Topics of Times Make Escape By CHARLES A SMITH AT pUFFETlIN PARK Prince Rupert Rose Phar Crest Rose Satin Eagric Visionary Hour Weather clear track slow In an effort toarouse official inter A daring attempt of throe hi est m the erection of the proposed era to steal a truck loaded with postoffice building for this city offl and sodas was frustrated County Chamj today by quick and efficient work ber of Commerce have appealed to tne part of local ry home m Hertfordshire i Senators David A Reed and James J j truck Shaw expressed his absolute convici Davis and Congressman James Wol rage of Peter tion the parley is headed for blank fenden Postmaster General James J Jand avenue lailure Parley and his fourth assistant tor was Abandoned Stricken on Boat Arrives on Operating Table in Jiffy stolen from the AYOT ST LAWRENCE HERTi INothing can come of it except the work started as early as near Fourteenth street twenty min iiIL v rnminnrinnc rrrtrv POSSlblfi inin FORDSHIRE England June crlminaIiorLS and WOrse confusion I World Economic Conference has been he Sfiid miscitled It should be known as the The only people to benefit from World Idiotic j this museum meeting win be the del interideates who have had a foliy pood a round of entertainments One hour and five minutes after it jhad been learned in Marcus Hook last evening that Samuel McAndrews of Park avenue Philadelphia an oiler It seems appropriate that Presi dent Roosevelt who gave us beer should take his vacation on a schooner We presume of course that it is a vessel of light draught Wilmington man is now talking after 11 years of voluntary silenca during which he said absolutely noth ing know a lot of men who hava been talking every day for the past U years of whom the same thing might be said Since the big probe started sev eral are humminff fche prisoners sonp and not a few wish they had wings like an angel A onelegged prisoner escaped from a borough lockup Even when they had him behind the bars ha wasnt all there If a woman must have the last word we are at a loss to know how four women who get together can ever end a conversation It is never best to be despondent but a sweet young thing in the First ward who recently took her first air plane ride tells us she felt best when she was down and out A to any beach these days re veals that a number of flappers who have no figure in the bank can dis play a pretty decent one on the beach i bankers George Bernard Shaw let for which the taxpayers will have to j loose his vitriol todav and subjected Uoot tho aboard the steamship J C Donnel Hook with a launch for the purpose What will women talk about in heaven asks an evangelist Well Hook Borough Council and proprie lf ics heaven theyll talk about 93 tor of a launch service at 610 oclock Pcr cent less requesting him to meet the ship which had turned back at Marcus Chicago world fair announces ex hibtt giving history of the Ameri can dollar To many of us no doubt it will be ancient history AT LINCOLN FIELD of Grace Divine Lass Tar Water Thorn Frank Grossman Conference now meet Shaw automobile Jr retired and several other J The land was surveyed stolen car at Fourth Prince Good and Hot Tickle Comit Weather clear since the conference got under an exclusive f way this correspondent took the lib re through erty of asking why he was so crn statcsmen j vinced the deliberations could not re k up their luggage and home immediately an economic conference forjhe snapped back Its real name should be the world idiotic confer Thcy mint well po home encc 1W T n o Its impossible for It to do e theres nobody attend irri Wilcox sailcrf left Philadelphia late in the afte the river when McAndrews was Shortlv after 2 over the purchase price for the indij berg 2425 land blocked the ported his government plans IstrickenWhen opposite Wilminpton 530 oclock the ships surgeon and met the Donnel from which Mc Andrews was lowered over the side and placed in the launch and was brought ashore at 615 and was placed in a waiting automobile and was rushed to the hospital At 720 oclock 1 Seated in the garden of his beaui appointed consisting of William Provost Jr local building contractor Samuel R Bell and Attorney John E McDonough They sat in Philadel phia listening to testimony for sev feral days before making their recom mcndations to the government Thc Continued on Fifteen Continued on Fifteen fart rvio k recommended the removal McAndrews to a hospital for found no operation message case as appendicitis hc was wheeled into The Weather of j room where operation o to be resting comfortably Hhlan W Highland avenue and parked It on a vlhcmnage 0 he the truck While breaking into Michaylytzas Continued on Page Fifteen Philadelphia to take McAndrews off the and rush Wm to n hospital aSd Sttld WASHINGTON June astern Partly cloudy and cooler preceded by local showers and thunderstorms this afternoon and early tonight in south portion Friday fair with slowly ris H Harry Huber president of Marcus I 20 were U S TIIEASUKY BALANCE WASHINGTON jlme The treasury net balance for June 20 was Expenditures that day were Customs receipts for the month through mjtHjt cooler in southeast portion t Friday fair with slowly rising tem perature TODAYS TEIVKPERATURES 6 a m 7 a m 8 a m 9 a m IQ a mi 70 11 a m 70 Noon 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