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Chester Times (Newspaper) - June 23, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE IONTZS ENDING DECEMBER 311932 FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH 17627 Dally Leased Wire Reports of United Press UP and International News Service INS CHESTER PA FRIDAY 1933 TWENTYTWO PAGES PRICE TWO CENTS U S CONSUMERS KIPLING ERREDTHE TWAIN DO MEETjinfMAflISTRATK BRITAIN SEEN GROUP TO BATTLE PRICE BOOSTING Will Be Organized to Oper ate Under the National Recovery Program Hopes to Keep Prices of Commodities in Line With Workers Wages WASHINGTON June Speedy organization of a consumers protective committee was projected today as a means of halting any ef forts at profiteering or priceboosting under the national recovery program Administrator Hugh Johnson al ready is attempting to work some method of limiting profits as an ad ditional way of keeping price in line with wages Committees for capital and labor have been named but the personnel for the group to represent the con sumers has not yet been decided upon The plan is Tor the three advisory boards to work side by side in carv ing out an economic program that will benefit all classes and conditions of American people Stuart Chase writer on economic subjects frojn the standpoint of the CALLED BEFORE J LEANING TO U USGRANDJURY CURRENCY Howard of Fourth i MacDonald in Statement Ward Quizzed by Chet i Hints Foundation for A Keyes AngloAmerican Amity Another Witness Said to Conferenceat First Jarred RevealWeekly Protec1 by Stabilization Propo MITCHELL SMILES AFTER JURY ACQUITS HIM OF TAX CHARGE tion Prices sal Turn Down Fifteen new witnescs including Howard Reese fqrmer alderman of LONDON June UP The big nations are not poing to cngaee in the Fourth were called i a currency struggledespite the rc to testify before the Federal Grand fusal of the United States to con Jury investigating vice liquor and sider immediate stabilization Prime gambling condition in this county Minister J Ramsay MncDonald A government dfftcial who refused president of the World Economic to be named said a survey of this Conference announced today He made an important statement to the International Press not long after an informal conference with Secretary of State Corcicll Hull at which the foundations for Anglo American cooperation were believed city and other portions of the county indicated that they were tighter and cleaner today than for a generation He said political leaders and Jaw breakers were frightened by the probe bccause of the prominence of the wit nesses called Prank Varano tap room proprietor of West Third street followed Reese ins Several other government wit s nesses were heard they being ad Kipling to thp contrary the twain have met and more than that theyre to mitted to the room in which the in to have been laid AiUDQnnld declared with the Kreatct cmphasis tnat lhc C0nfcr mto the Grand Jury room this morn cnco vouki not adiourni ancl at fuI he married After considerin the step For three years Professor Toyozo W Nakarai 35 Japanese instructor in semitics at Butler University Indiana householder who must adjust his pur lis Tnd and Mis Frances A Yom 28 librarian at Columbia University chases to his income has been men New York have decided to wed They are shown in New York as they tioned as a possible selection for t be j position of chairman of the Con sumers Advisory Board Developments on the economic front included Administrators of the public works fund announced that money would go first to projects which will create work at onceand preferably in centers of unemploy ment The farm relief administration facing a crucial test on its program for curtailed production prepared for a swift campaign throughout the south to induce cotton planters to abandon part of their acreage The industrial administrations labor advisory board headed by the vigorous cleareyed Leo Wolman held its first meeting yesterday The employers advisory board will be or ganized next week Wolman wants the two boards to nleet together whenever controversial questions af fecting the capital and labor arise It appeared probable that some sim ilar arrangement would be made on issues of vital importance to the great mass of Americans who come under the classification of consumers planned the ceremony TWO TEACHERS RETIREDLIST Mrs Annie R Brooks and Miss J Anna Wilson in Private Life With theclosing of two of Chesters the schools CHESTER HIGH GRADUATES 174 1 work would proceed He indicated clearly belief that the final depends o speed however his success of the i eventual stn Wclls Judge MacDade Alumni Offers Suggestions of the Timely ris statement was Yesterdays witnesses bciore the parried ns showing that the bit pow jurors are said tohave revealed thecrs inve momentarily turnedtheir official price list which higherups backs on temporary stabilization and set for the protection of vice men established an informal understand gers and liquor law violators j inp equivalent to a currency truce The was described as the without actual stabilisation at least most ruthless merciless and stupidly i for the present greedy1 existing between law His chief purpose seemed to be to tors and political powers in the nis allay apprehension throurhoul hc tory of recent graft disclosures world thaithr breakdown of sta Today it was hinted by one official inJhation cflorts heralded a currency that many political job holders who receive yearly salaries over but TRUAX GUILTY TO BE SENTENCED THIS AFTERNOON Jury Convicts Him On All Counts No New Trial Asked ExBanker Unmoved as He Hears Foreman Read Verdict A jury at Media which had re ceived the case yesterday afternoon late this morning returned a verdict finding W Nelson Truax exbanker of this city guilty on all indictments resulting from certain stock dealings Judge John M Broomall who heard the case was summoned from motion court and heard the verdict and im mediately returned to motion court Associate Counsel John V Diggina stated no new trial would be asked saying We will take our medicine Sentence it is fully expected will be pronounced this afternoon At the same time a strong hint was heard around the court room that Truax would receive a suspended sentence provided he made restitution The bank for which he worked has made a claim of more than totlia i company on Truaxs bond K his lellH C nirlrs I jMHchoU i loimer chairman of the Na The fonncr banker was still in donal Citj Bank of New ork is pictured uitb attorney Max Stcurr Courfc House this afternoon which in after a federal court jury in New nrk acquitted him on charges oC inrome dlcated sentence would soon be pro nounced If he gets a jail sentence it was believed he would be sentenced on only one count The face of Truax was inscrutable as he heard the words guilty He showed not the faintest emotion as he sat with several friends There cvaMon lottedtime in the city schools went on the retirement list and forever ended their teaching work Judge Albert Button MacDade was the principal speaker last night at the fiftyninth annual commence ment of Chester High school held in the spacious auditorium of the Smed Thc ihdispensability of immediate not much more and who can seems temporary stabiluatton is to ingly afford to ride around in exj question he admitted HR refueci pensive radipcquippcd automobiles to sav how he felt personally but as and sport diamondstudded jewelry president of he conference he had One isMrs Ailnie R Brooks ley Junior High school Seventeenth cipal of the Larkin school and the other Miss Anna Wilson who is the 5A and 4B grade teacher in the Huber school building adjacent to TRIES SUICIDE IN RIVER BALKED Quick and efficient work on the part of the rescue squad of the Franklin Fire Company plus the bravery of two members of the Alpha Boat Club saved the life of a Phil adelphia salesman who attempted suicide by drowning in the Delaware River yesterday afternoon The wouldbe suicide first thought a heat victim was later identified as Joseph Friedman 32 of 4217 Leidy axrenuet Philadelphia who had been missing since early Wednesday morning After firemen rekindled the snark of life left in him he was treated at the Chester Hospital and later taken home by relatives The man is employedby a fur nishing house at 2737 West Girard avenue PhiladelphiaHe solicited orders in this county His employers noticed him acting strangely during theearly part of the week and on Wednesday sent another man with him fearing some harm might be fall him Reaching Darby in his employers car he asked his companion to let him out as he didnt feel like work ing He made an appointment with his fellow worker to meet him at 5 p m Wednesday but never kept the appointment Yesterday he was seen sitting on the bulkhead at the foot of Crosby street and later he was seen over board A group of boys who saw the the Larkin school at Broad and Crosby streets Both the teachers have trainedhundreds of pupils dur ing their careers and both have earned a high place inthe esteem 01 their former pupils and with the school district authorities Mrs Brooks was graduated from the Chester High school in 1881 and was elected to teach the primary grades in the city schools in 1882 As there were no requirements above those reached in a teaching course offered at the time by the high no years in normalschool were re quired until some years later Property Incor porated to Benefit Un derprivileged Young NEW YORK June rambling white farmhouse atop bleak Sourlanci Mountain near Hopewell vWMh1MV that the stauSuperior Court todaywhen it N J from which the firstborn of to be as follows on a weeklyv baris j difficulties of the United States arc refused to grant their petitions for j Charier A Lindbergh and his wife will probably nave a lot of explaining j buried the currency hatchet cm5 to do before the probe is over phatically declaring that the bip c A witness whose identity was not revealed is said to have disclosed he price list yesterday They were said to tions are not going currency struggle MacDonald recognised of pauperism mnclc by two bip nn convicted oflieers rf the closed Sub in a t urban Title and Trust Company oC Upper Darby wore rejected by the and Upland streets at which 174 students were awarded diplomas The speaker in referring to an appreciation by the graduating class j i0 run a aisorder of the opportunities afforded the To operate a big members of the school board the faculty parents of the students of the school and the citizens of this city said their deepest appreciation should undoubtedly be extended to ail of them for the opportunities which had been iplaced in reach by them who by wotd and deed have manifested their interest in educa tional progress and to those who time between 1200 and laOO have and are making education a indwiduals and Companieswere pay predominating issue U1 tncse weekly protection foes The Gratitude should be theirs to the Prlcss varied with the of the busi an aaaiuonal or being To operate a To operate a small To operate a slot To operate a horse race To run a disorderly size alcohol re cooking These were the prices the official collectors demanded of those in the rackets and turned into headquar ters But in addition to this it was learned collectors often levied ad ditional tribute to fill their own pockets very real ones permission to prosecutetheir appeals Many people in he United States rr0m PLiso lr7mf fines in a less including very responsible elements i costly method than the prescribed said feel that something be done here which would break the price rise Ha declared the effect of the con Lhe bank Terence form two appellants were John M i Hnrdcastlc Jrformer title ofticer ot the former Anne Morrow was kid nnpecl arid then murdered will be dedicated to the en re of underpriv ileged children Thc announcement was made today by Col Heriry Brcckonridpe personal entenced to a year in the attorney for the flier in the following to pay the costs GEOLOGICAL lDbN June 23 S ev er e 1 y nnd serve three to six years In Government agents estimated that jarred bv Americas refusal to hitch Eastern Penitentiary They and two other officers were convicted of wreck cburagement and above all taught them to think and realize that in proportion to ambition courage and determination shall they obtain suc cess and to the parents should loy members of the faculty for what they j j have done in helping the students to Since the year of her election to a gain the proper knowledge which teaching position Mrs Brooks rei makes good citizens said the speaker mained actively engaged in her He continued by saying It was they fession in the city schools with the who gave proper advice and en exception of two years during which she resided in Denver Col following her marriage While she was in Den ver following the death of her hus band Mrs Brooks received a letter from the Chester school board ad vising her that they could offer ner a teaching position if she would re turn to this city Having been pleased with her past performance they persuaded her to return and she again resumed her duties here In 1930 Mrs Brooks was appointed principal of the Larkin school one of the coveted posts of the city school system and a position which has been ably and consciously filled by tpe addcd to roadhouses who were a large volume of business A large map of the county has been specially prepared and on this map Continued on Pare Twenty iK Lhe bank by ombrswlhiR 5350000 Hardcastlc mid Wilcox had asked TFMTPK i leave of the court to conduct their JJAXIVIUXV i forma Their IN J URE D IN CRASH i Petitions set forth they had disposed jof all their possessions and arc now i penniless while Lhe cost of M L KUlman of Hacks Neck Va j preparing the required paper books PATTERSON SCHOOL Continued on Page Fourteen IVTOVTIVP PROTFSTPD nection wlh welfaio work for chil project hns not developed wU11 Kumcifint to datcs to admit an of the speci fic plans JERSEY CITY June Reports that Col ancl Mrs Charles A Lindbergh will abandon their Hopewell CKtatc nt an early date were given strength today with the filing of papers with the Hudson county clerk which may provide for the futureVJSc of the large house and grounds from which their infant son was kidnaped Inst year Papers of incorporation were filed Continued on collided with an automobile driven s of ratherthan n behalf of a corporation not to be IH TO wholc iTcordsof the trial and atlopfratod for profit Col Lindbergh are said to be the exact location of j suffered a fractured rib this morni printed records in the case would the different diveswhich paid tribute ing about 130 oclock when a truck j ai30ut S2 000 The court denied a Many of them are dangerously close I which he xvasL driving cast on Chester t r thnv allowed file T iuvutl umv U iuuvvtu vu 4111 ujiiij loaded with a cargo ol onions copies of only the material e wit an atooil riv Continued on Page Fourteen ELEVEN CONVICTED IN STORES SWINDLE TO LONDON HINTED NEW YORK June Daily News in a copyrighted despatch from A large group of women residing in the Sixth Ward mothersof small children held a protest meeting in the Patterson street public school i The car in which Stamp was riding app s TiLl y ownedby his mothcr Mrs Millie Stamp and was going north on Lin coln avenue when the collision ocj AGAIN ACTIVE lwelfare 6f including their curred In order to try to avoid hitI J t u cducaLiorii tralninp hospitalixation and his wife being ILstrd ns trustces The papers set forth that the cpr porafJon is to be knownas High ancl that it is to be operated without profit to provide for the were few persons in the Court room when the jury filed m Truax mois tened his lips pazed intently at che foreman and then heard the words which may send him behind prison bars Truax who Is 55 and lives at 34 East Twentythird street this city was accused of embezzlement fraudu lent conversion falseentries and false pretences Involved in a number of transactions of the purchase and sale of securities The transactions were carried on through the credit of the ChesterCambridge Bank and Trust Company of which Truax was secre tary and assistant treasurer until last January Evidence was presented during tha trial which opened on Monday morn ing before JudgeJohn M Broomall that in a numbcrof cases Truax had pocketed the profits of the trans actions In several transactions where the market had slumped after stock was purchased the stock was turned over to the investment ac count of the bank i It was close to 130 oclock yester day when Judge Broomall finished his charge tothe jury whichhad taken about 45 minutes Counsel on botl sides agreed with the court that Thomas Mcintyrc court clerkshould receive the verdict if the jury agreed during the evening James L Rankin of defense coun sel argued his side of the case to the jury for nearly two hours con cluding just before the luncheon re cess Assistant District Attorney Wil liam R Toal consumed a little more than an hour and a half in his talk to Lho jury asking that they return vnrcacts of guilty on all Indictments Mr Rankin said to the jury that Truax has committed no crime Each oC us docs things that are wrong We ting the lighter vehicle Killman swerved the vehicle which he f was i Beer distributors in this city this morning against the closing of j driving around and overturned it on j becoming i he target for riightSy creed ami other allied purposes without Rle discrimination in regard to race or U11AO i ifcj W IV IJZ W L i I w A pi i I lV Provincetown Mass says the navy is the school as decided upon by the i the westbound lane of the highway itaiders who break into garages and j Jnmcs H Phrlnn of Weehawken prepared to rush President Jlooseyeiti Board of Education as a part of its A passing motorist Killj storehouses carting away beer by the i listed ngent and Dr i ti i i i KJ i Abram Plexner Owen R M Lovejoy to London aboard the new cruiser i economy program Indianapolis if Professor Raymond I Moley now enroute to the World Eco nomic Conference sends a hurry call man placed him in his machine andcase During the discussion it was learned I jook him to the Taylor Hospital Tlic latest victim Is Jacob Lyscxek I and Henry Brrckenridto 114 r Tb ttf M H rrn t t i f that the children who formerly at tended the school under the new for the President pjani wil be assigned to either the The papers correspondent at Lincoln or Franklin schools which in Provincetown said this information i the opinions of the parentsof the Iey Park where he was given treat1 2318 West Third street owner of the listed ar trustees m addition to I Delaware County Bottling Works HR i Lindberghs Dr Plcxncr 13 a fa are the Continued on Page Twenty PETS PERISH IN FLAMES HADDONFIELD N J June Louise Pittinger 65 a widow narrowly escaped injury early today when she risked her life in a vain attempt to rescue some of tha forty cats and dogs she kept as jpets Patrolman Archie MrKenxie who soon arrived on the scene arrester was obtained despite repeated official discovered his yesterday ancl garage broken five cases of particularly the smaller Eieven men one of whom was said j denials that Mr Roosevelt is isnot only too far rniYtrr rs rrm i n i to have conducted stores in this splfsltjail to Sc 9lubcity were convicted in federal court anH fnlrl ahmif fnf man in rnp rivpr iji i ii and told about the man in the river Charles Faulkner 935 McDowell avenue and James Schmidt of 9 Sel lers avenue Upper Darby both in bathing suits ran to the spot where Friedman disappeared and dived soon locating the body Otheis noti fied the FrankJin rescue squad which was on the scene as soon as the body was brought ashore Five minutes work with a pulmotor and the salesman showed signs of life Much praise was expressed for the firemen all of whom do this excel lent work with no thought of com pensatpn Likewise the Alpha men were congratulated for their speedy work SEES MONEY NO YARDSTICK Owen J Roberts associate justice of the U S Supreme Court in ad dressing graduates at the Girard yesterday as being ringleaders and participants in a widespread com mercial swindle which is alleged to have profited them The ring members of which were described as vultures and operated by pooling merchandise and cash assets using it as a balance sheet to obtain credit with manufac turers and ordering goods on the strength of the statement After the goods were delivered to the small shopkeepers who conspired in the plan they were sold to fences it was testified They paid 50 per cent of the manufacturers price to the ering a trip abroad The new cruiser which has a speed of 35 miles an hour is ill har bor at Provincetown The Daily News said its officers and men are discuss open i educator and Col Brcckenrldge long u nf beer hns hern an Intimate friend of Col and Look hmr ro the office of Stojon I indborh Magistrate John Lynch who held him Thi3 was lhe Kcconc1 bottling osUb June INS Lindbergh estate jut uinin iw f 1 It 1 X i t I i ff L j i iui 111 SQOU WaS UO DC dents at street crossings which would Oi uip acciaeiu ana aiicccea irainc j wncre a truck laden with beer and i converted into an institution for child be eliminated if the Patterson school which was held an hour WflS stolcn However this truck i welfare were partially confirmed famous ner house at Osage was burned to the ground All thepets perished in the flames i back and forth to naii wiic oiMciiJti r t JL 1111 Wiiio II UULIJUIK f too far to travel ln his own recogniziance for a hearing broken into in the western TRENTON N J o sessions but will j on rhursday night oi next week scotlon 0f tne ycstcrdny the Reports thai the Li to liability to acci I Z being at 225 Highland avenue i N J s is opened in the fall Ui a and itr Snten t recovered after he winds up his tion and taking him to London in the recordbreaking time of four days Another was rreey topiUcr the ram the from The paper declares that if Assistant Secretary of State Moley believes after reaching London next Wednes day that the President can bring accord by a discussed at the meeting was the vacacjismtssai Of Mrs Anna Minnick the first grade teacher in the school who was looked upon by both the little j folks in the neighborhood who atj tended the school and their parents as one of the best teachers who had RfT J5li have a clue to the trio who broke into the garage and early arrests CLUE TO MATTERN HELEN WILLS BEATS VIRGINIA RICE 62 61 At the office of the Secretary of State it was said that although no expect i official information was available the j office stafT had been informed that articles of incorporation were ex poctorl to be filed for the operation or a school at the aramatic tour de force then the Indi anapolis will pick up the President and hit for London The goods themselves were never paid for The governments fight against such rings was inaugurated more than a year ago after hearings be fore the Senate Committee which RECOVERY BILL WILL ROUT SLUMP unanimously decided that a petition would be presented to the school board asking the reinstatement of Mrs Minnick It was decided that another mcet College commencement exercises in i was planning to put teeth in the ing will be held evening in the school at 8 oclock on to PITTSBURGH June 23 which the parents of all children at tending the school and all persons in r the locality who are interested in en SEATTLE Washington June f radio signals contain ing the word airplane were inter preted here today as a good LONDON June Mr Helen Wills Moody of San Francisco STMS Tirnino niriftfni hf ca f o 51 crumo SCmiimai 1 Ounu Oi tnr aviator maybe safe at some Siberian point DISTRICT FIREMEN ON MONKEY RUN Topics of Tioies This idea of the government fur nishing employment is okay but there are a few score big boys around this county who are hoping Uncle Sam wont put em to work Now that the brewery has been mentioned by federal investigators the probe is getting there by hops and bounds A First ward boy claims the hard luck championship It is doubtful if he will have much competition for it Philadelphia said The worship of j Federal Bankruptcy law was ini businessmen the national Indus trie golden calf has passed and we j formed that Philadelphia is the tnal recovery act is the mightiest now are entering upon a new era in i worst city in the country to do busi which money will not be the yard ness in stick of success Congressman Clyde Kelly today told deavoririg to have the school re a group of Pittsburgh manufacturers j open in the fall arc being urged to j tcrious call reported ama call a mys PHILA GOLD HOLDER ever devised in this coun try to meet and overcome the great est danger the nation ever faced The bill Xelly said strikes at the very roots of the depression by pro viding for the return to work of the ttend AJBJbKr U i Lb SPREADING WORK Seattle The Miss Rices occasional et attacks were unavailing against who played her cui 1 steady game Mrs Moody deadly accurate with passing shots to the side lines won Clifford Lhe toss A telephone operator who got her owns mixed caused district firemen to make an unnecessary run shortly after 9 a m today A call was received at the local central that the Liberty restaurant was afire The operator relayed the call to police station and an alarm WIK Bounded over the master box at police station by Patrolman McDow ell Thc Liberty restaurant is on The average Londoner must be hav ing a tough time these days In try ing to figure out whether the fog Economic Conference From our observation those snappy beach pajamas one sees atwatering places are used more by the girls for in Russian and j of a coin TURNS IN nations idle through elimination of nanu cutthroat competition ydny AT DUFFERIN PARK Tom Crackle of Fate Eacle Chanson j Belle Center March Weather clear track fast The wealthy Philadelphia textile i manufacturer who had defied the j Presidential order to turn gold hold ings in to the Federal Treasury yes terday surrendered a 5120000 hoard according to reports from Washing ton It was said the threat of Secret Service men to publish his name i finally induced him to transfer his Kelly characterized the bill as hav ing two principal aims namely to restore employment and to restore purchasing power Without these he arirTprf rffrnvptv is Work began today to prepare the i Highland Mill of the Aberfoyle Com for production after a long period of idleness A work force m i side the mill went about the task only the word airplane was Intel1 A farmer narrowly escaped Ihird etrgcr near Flower but there hit by a falling meteor on the day the c rif a Kl rs t farm relief bill became effective We was no sign of a blae when the fire when men arrived a land and thp tne for iOT tion from some t at Demote the players wishing to conserve their it was learned that orip mine the xvinner Stoefnn sian station whicn it was endeavorj heads and t fiUcn gth for the Wimbledon tournamaL cal1 wasrelophonod to the local decided to flip a coin to deter Change by the propncior of a res caHcd the nlrf mm a added recovery is impossible IN BRITISH GOLF ing to pass alone concerning Mattcm in accordance with recent orders of i the Soviet government to transmit i jail possible information about the FOLLO WS HE AT WAVE A TTTTT T Y 2 V I JTA 1J IV Whenquestioned on the activity at hcrc the Highland Mill the executives of j A nilT A i the Aberfoyle Company said that the AliVlEjILi U1 1 U UPON IN PARIS Kook a me in Marcus COUNTY GIRL MISSING Police here were today requested to aid in a hunt for Helen Virginia Brown 15 of 714 Chester pike Pros always predicted that the heavens would fall if something was done for the farmer Billy Chouch thinks that worry over the depression increased baldness And we always thought the crisis the nation just passed through was a hairraising experience have held at least SlO 000 mill was to be used in spreading out j the present work being done in other j plants of the comany as a means They hired the money didnt they said Mr Coolidge in his Cooler weather is being experienced pect Park who has been missing from i famous observation about the war today following summers auspicious homesmce June 14 debts Qwed us by European nations AT LINCOLN FIELDS Lad Martie Flynn Lessj ing McConnell Busy Spain Teddy M Six Bells Charlotte Barashkova Peta bit American Monks Bela Storm Princess Rose Gene D Chica 7rrNone Weather clear track fast prior to the embargo agents said SARAZEN LOSES TO ARCHIE June of regulating the labor week The PARIS June 23 quest of George T Dunjaction was taken it was said in an Semple MacPhcrson Kutton Amer th the thcrmomter register Relatives believe the girl is bciuc Looks like now they have decided to ing a maximum temperature of 90at harbored by a man with whom she rfve it a oeSnent iob 2 p in The lowest temperature was has been seen motoring with m the J 75 at 445 a m vicinity of Milmont and in a beer garden in the same town Thc missing girl is descnbed as be Today will be fair in Eastern Penn lap Jr New York of the British ticipafcion of a continuance of the lean evangelist underwent successr svlvania New Jersey DeJawaro and ao uv Championship ended in the j activity in the textile industry fully a plastic abdominal operation Maryland with probable showers for ing 5 feet 5 inches tall has light semifinal round today when he was A spread of the report that the j at the American Hospital today after tomorrow bobbed hair light complexion and and 3 by the Honorable mill was to reopen reached a numj flying here from Switzerland She Yesterdays temperature averaging weighs about 145 pounds last Michael Scott of Royal St Georges ber of unemployed textile workers expects to leave the hospital within j 82 was nine degrees above normal for j seen she wore a red dress white slip i Dunlap reached the semifinals by and a group of fifty or more men a week beating Ronald Hardman of Birkdale t and women gathered opposite the j COUNTESS WEIR EXETER EnCi r and 4 Awhile Scott was Beating j entrance of the Highland plant beI SUBURBAN TITLE CO i nf 5 HI Tiro v i i fore the doors were opened toaay J The company declared it is not hlf TO PAY 5 JULY 6 ing new employes land June Comp Martin Schunk of Sand i way 2 and 1 ston tall dour British professional defeated Gene Sarazen of Coral and 4 in the first Gables Fla 5 match of their series which the Eng lish player believes will the worlds best golfer 20 D RY A GENT S OUT Twenty prohibition agents will be dismissed by Commander John D Pennington Philadelphia in Eastern Pennsylvania July 1 to comply with Sarazen led two up after the momf a 40 per cent cut in his budget ing 18 hole were completed but I Thirtytwo agents will be left on duty slumped in the afternoon J he said that date and two degrees above the average June 22 last year Maximum temperature for the date is 95 estab in 1384 and mimimum 54 In per s and1 a tan hat PLUNGES TO HIS DEATH The DISTRICT ATTORNEY DIES Vr William D Gordon Stfcte Scc retary of Banking today announced LOCK HAVEN Pa June 23 j a five per cent payment of Frank C Gross 45 serving will be made July 6 by the Suburban KINGS RHEUMATISM BETTER LONDON June George his rheumatism better will attend the fifth royal court of the his first term as district attorney of Title and Trust Company Upper social season at vhlch American and Clinton county died here today of Darby Payments of 15 and5 per other debutajiteswillbepresentedto complications aperation i cent had previously been made him and Queen Mary PITTSBURGH June R L Schafhirt 34 of Altoona Pa j who asked for a room high up when he registeredat a local hotel lay dead here today victim of a plunge from the twentythird floor of the struc ture Schafhirt recently had ben furloughed by a tobacco concern with which he had been employed for 17 3ears WASHINGTON June forecast Eastern Pennsylvaoia Fair slJgrhtly cooler in extreme southeast portion toniffht Saturday mostly cloudy with slowly rising tcmperafure I Western Pennsylvania Partly cloudy tonipht and Saturday Slowly rising temperature Saturday TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m 66 11 a m 7 a m6812 noon 8 a m 72 1 a m 9 a m 72 2 p m 10 am 73 74 76 78 7D
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