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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - June 26, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                             DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE 1ONTSS ENDING DECEMBER 31 1932 57TH 17629 Dally LeasedWire Reports of United Press and International News Service INS FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day CHESTER PA MONDAY JUNE 26 193 YOUTH CONFESSES j FEDERAL GRAND VTArr JURY RESUMES O 11V vj rnnc noADP rrAn n QF9YEAROLD BO Aadilioni sued for Witnesses Ex Plunged Ice Pick 42 Times Into Body When j pect Many Indictments Old Charter House Dry Since 1850 Has Its TapRoom PRICE TWO CENTS to Inform His Committed Near Cemetery in Yeadon Borough yremkers nf 01 Killers Implication of Ice Cream Vendor as Accomplice Discounted by Being Quizzed at Media Calmly Reenacts the Crime Crews Are A Being Summoned Q jutu imvui yiutiutfu u several new witnesses were seen in the culinary department The old Charter House erected in Media as a monument to the bone dry charter of the County Seat has at last gone wet 1S50 it has stood as the stern pillar of temperance the temple of sobriety A sign now points to the Up room door indicating a sandwich shop with on at j that the old Charter HousclcccpR irs respectability The js a j quiet ovdcrly place The patrons are i among the most respected residents and the food retains that oldfash flavor produced by experts in corridor on the third floor the for For many persons it was that the stern old monumem Grand ninth day of the investigation shock should DICTATORSHIPS SEEN RULE OF TODAY3Y HITLER German Fascist Leader Sees Parliaments in Gov ernment Over Asks in Interview That His Nation Be Not in terfered With into alleged corruption of the polit j icogang racketeers in this county The investigation which is under r v j LJ 4 V J at Yeadon on Rose McCloskey in Pairmount Park in yearold Billy Reilly prominent persons will Just how many indictments will be and of the arrest and confession of i crime afternoon in the office of the District Attorney at Media by Assistant Dis trict Attorney William B McClena chan Jr Held in another room was Stachis Katopodis 55 an ice cream vendor who was implicated by Ragone in the murder The authorities place itoyunucu aaivuu little credence in this implication as them meaningless arid trifling ques Katapodis has an alibi which placed tioiis Earlier he had remained quiet him far away from the scene of the j and defiant and made his confession ct i rr i r n t Nr f f on r T 1 t r Lansdowne police station He pounded i on the the room prosecutor Keyes who convicted members of the ates to Be Revealed pounded on the doors of the room rum r ESnSSnESS Investigators io Call by the various witnesses crime Mathues Dougherty has been retained as counsel for Katapodis and a habeas corpus petition will be presented before Judge Proneneld presumably after the formal hearing for the pair tomorrow morning at 10 a m before Magistrate Shaw at this morning Yeadon Mr McClenachan only after several hours of police questioning Prank Hilton I rum syndicate who fled to Canada Loeb Firm Kahn a Witness aw ess of the slaying Richard in one of his many and varied versions of the thorities After the jurors resumed their duties this morning it was learned that additional subpenas were pre drew up the complaints against thej slaying maintained Katopodis held pair Ragones statement of yesteri the struggling Billy while he stabbed nai anmrmn day which he did not sign was the victim with an ice pick whose latP transcribed by Court Stenographer handle was missing paied late Saturday and attaches of Frank Taylor and this afternoon was I never saw the boy before de signed by Ragone it will be used in tectives quoted the confession as yet the grilling of Ragone later this afterunsigned until several conflicting noon points are cleared up I met him Billys mutilated body was found j Friday afternoon and I plaved ball Saturday in a lonely section in Cobbs i with him on a lot and then I took Creek Park near Mount Moriah cemetery in the Yeadon section by children who were playing hide and seek Richard was arrested later in the afternoon when he boasted to him into some of the bushes I stabbed him once and he veiled and started to fight then I threw Continued on Ten the marshals office will seek service today on 30 more individuals sought as witnesses to corroborate testimony The additional subpenas brings the total well over 100 less than one fifth of whom have been called Testimony said to have linked poli ticians and office holders with wide spread protection of vice and gam Continued on Page Ten BLAST SHARK ST PETERS RAZELL E JAMES DIESSUDDENLY Four Persons Injured j Widelyknown Business i SIX INJURED IN Among Those Attending Holy Year Services ROME June plot to disrupt the Holy Year celebrations was believed today to have motivated the bomb explosion in historic St Peters Church yesterday which in jured lour worshippers The bomb was contained in a suit case left at the checkroom beside the huge bronze gate at the xnain en trance to the church Papal gendarmes last night ar rested a man who asked the custodian for a suitcase which contained paper similar to that in which rhe bomb was wrapped He was turrd over uo Italian police for investigation A number of suitcases and pack ages deposited at the check room and i Man Stricken Residence at His Rasell Edwin James widelyknown business man died late Saturday morning at hisresidence Thirteenth and Walnut streets from a cerebral hemorrhage He was 68 years old CHESTER PIKE CRASH Six people were hurt at least one i seriously Saturday at Oak lane and i MacDade boulevard Glenolden when an automobile truck driven by Leon ard C Stackhouse 20 of 5909 Chest nutstreet Philadelphia came in col lision with an automobile driven bv Peter Allabach Jry 55 years old ol Third arid Maple avenues Burnside Ridley township The automobile was turnedoveras result of the crash The mostSeriously injured is Mrs Catherine Miesner of 4 Third avenue de who is in Taylor Hospital broken pelvis and internal in juries Betty Rudden 10 of Third avenue arm not claimed during the seized and searched day were Only one of the four victims Ales sandro Sartoris an engineer of Marina di Pisa was seriously hurt but vie is expected to recover The bomb was equipped with a time device and was charged with black powder It contained no metal the injuries being caused by the metal fit tings of slight the suitcase Damage was Holy Year pilgrims were entering the church as the explosion occurred Pope Pius XI informed of the bomb ing said is an outrage against God and men He expressed relief that no one had 1932 Mr James was born in Upper Prov idence November 13 1864 He was the youngest son of Levi G James and Sarah E Worrell In 1889 He married Miss Nellie Birlwell daugh ter of Henry B and Jane Esrey Birt who survives with two daugh ters Mrs Frank B Hatton of this city and Mrs Ralph STvins of Buf falo N Y There is one grandson James Har vey Ivins Mr James came to Chester when a youth and resided with his parents at the present site of his business 508 He was stricken shortly after 6 a Rudden10 Third avenue m from which he never regained Burnside was admitted to the hos consciousness Mr James had been in fairly good health prior to the fa tal attack but had sufifprpri frnm r j mltar attach fQ the hospital Allabach who suffered contusions and lacerations of the shoulder and Stackhouse who suffered abrasions treated at Taylor Hospital and discharged Stackhouse who had taken a truck load of supplies to Tuliy Memorial Country Club for a Sunday school picnic of Tabernacle Lutheran Church West Philadelphia was niakine a trio WASHJCNGTON June Senate stock market investigations today completed preparations for inj quiry into banking practices of Kuhn Loeb Co including the under writing of the Pennroad Corporation for which the private bankers re ceived a cash fee of Public hearings begin tomorrow with Otto j Kuhn music patron and philanthroi pist as the first witness i The Pennroad Corporation a raili road holding company was organized in the boom time April of 1929 Inj quiry by the House committee on in terstate and foreign commerce re vealed that interlocking directorates enable substantially the same men to control both the Pcnroad Corporation and the Pennsylvania Railroad By a system of voting trust certi ficates issued in lieu of stock un limited control of the Pennroad Cor poration was vested in a board of W W Atterbury president of the Pennsylvania Railroad Com pany Jay Cooke a director of the railroad and Effingham B Morris chairman of the Girard Trust Co Philadelphia a director of the rail Atterbury and Cooke resigned in 1930 and were succeeded by James S Alexander chairman of the Guaranty Trust Company of New York and Joseph Wayne Jr presi Continucd on Pape Ten OFFICIAL ON JOB CAPTURES FUGITIVE I EDITORS NOTE Chancellor Adolf Hitler of Fascist Germany in the most direct pronouncement he has yetmade directed toward1 the people of the United States urged today that the German na tion be permitted to work out own destiny without interference The day of parliaments is over and dictatorships or personal leaderships constitute the govern mental principle of today and to morrow he said His significant statement is containediivthe fol lowing interview witft Karl A Bickel international journalistand president of the Uriited Press Associations By KARL A BICKEL President of the United Press Associations B E R L I N June 1933 by the United Hitler in an exclusive interview with the United Press today said The Getmnn people must solve their own problems themselves nnd according to thgir methods This will be understood he said when it is realized abroad that the whole German nation is behind me Hitler made this utterance in a spe cial message to the people of the United States through the United Press The German Chancellor wielding more power over his country than any chancellor since Bismarck re ceived me in the richly pnnelled but simply furnished private office of the chancellory In the interview he de fended Germanys course and pre dicted the doom of parliamentary government The Chancellors first appeal was iOr n doing axvny with prejudice against himself and his country His second was for world realization that the German people are solidly bnck of my regime and that the power I wield has been legally acquired I ask the thoughtful people of he said to weigh this regime in the balance only with authentic information and not to forget that noAmerican government ever had more loyal and united sup port than 1 have today The Chancellor appeared physically TO SPAN ATLANTIC Mrs Charles Lindbergh will accompany her famous husband on his con templated nerml trip to Greenland which is likely to be extended to Iceland and possibly Denmark AIMEESINEING AFTER OPERATION It may pay to watch the road while motoring but an official of the Ferris i Allabach of Third and Industrial School Wilmington Del avenues Burnside suffered a Continued on Page Ten WITKIN ACT VIOLATOR HELD Charged with violation of the Witkm Firearms Act which prohibits been killed and said he would offer j the carrying of a deadly wcanon prayer for the prompt recovery of without official permission Walter those injured I Davis 41 Negro of Front and rn streets washeld without bail fora TL S TREASURY BALANCE continued hearing tomorro morn WASHINGTON June The treasury net balance for June 23 was 598463698333 Expenditures that day were 81452440003 Custom re ceipts for the month through June 23 ing when arraigned in police court Davis arrested early yesterday morning by Patrolman Wright who HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY Onlred Press m possession of a revolver It was testi jfied he threatened to shoot a man i with whom he had an argument Two larceny suspects William Cureton Negro of Lax court and Richard Agnew 49 homeless were j both ordered detained for question ing by detectives was also able to see other things while passing through this city yes terday the net result being the cap ture of an escaped prisoner from that institution The official was driving past Fourth street and Highland avenue when he detected Dennis Wisnewski 19 324 Seventh avenue Wilmington Del who was recently locked up on a burglary charge He escaped from a j institution recently i other youths Instead of stopping and giving chase the official cruised around until he met Street Sergeant Peter son and Patrolman Holt in a police car He led them back to the spot where he saw the fugitive and then aided in his capture Wisnewski was returned to Wilmington and taken Co the New Castle County Workhouse pending his trial CHESTER GIVESRESIGNATION ists when the crash occurred Stack house was arrested and taken before Magistrate Walter S Swartley of Glenolden who held him in bail for a further hearing July 7 to await the results of the injuries of the occu pants of the car DR JOHN SEYNON IN Rotary Club is a medical ltl the Chester Hospital where lie was admitted on Friday At his office Broad and Upland streets it was said his condition proved today was very much im MERGER AGREEMENT Media has sent in his as Postmaster of Media in compliance with a request re ceived from Washington this morn ing Mr Flounders has served as Post master for the past six years having received his appointment during the Coolidge administration His suc The merger of the Delaware County ccssor has not been announced Trust Company and the Pennsylvania f Title and Trust Company McCLATCHY WILL FILED his at the meeting AT ARLINGTON PARK Testout Distinct Barkantine Some Pomp American Air Sara cen Maid 2 Very Well Lawyer Ray Blades Gunfire Shasta Star Hoi Shot St Nazairc Silver Lake Ed Lark 4 None Head Play Brother Toe Bunting byak Rush Hour Joe 6 None 7 Fingal Spud Weather clear fast Lindbergh and Wife Plan In a brief testament written on institutions stationery of JefTcrson Hospital s Philadelphia where he died June 6 I Walter A McClatchy Upper Darby builder and real estate man left his 510000 estate his widow Mrs Kathryn R McClatchy according to the will filed for probate Saturday for a Flight to Europe LONDON PARLEY ENTERS 3D WEEK Continued on Ten 3 IN TRIPLE CRASH Three persons were injured none seriously and three others had re markable escapes from possible ser ious injuries when n large truck careened off a small passenger car at Fourth street and Highland avenue continued on and fell over striking another passenger car which was traveling in the opposite direction The injured were Mrs Prances Borek 2613 West Seventh street lac erations of the head James Fox 306 Morton avenue knee injuries and Walter Burke 2613 West Seventh street brush burns of the legs All were treated at the Chester Hospital They were passengers 5n an auto mobile traveling north on Highland avenue about 1 a m At Fourth the lighter vehicle was side wiped by the truck driven by Herman P Bindermeycr 3113 Ravenwood road Baltimore Md Bindermeyer applied his brakes after lhe accident but traveled a considerable distance before his truck rolled over crash ing into an automobile driven by Sid ney H Naylor 11 Lorie avenue Wil mington Del who was accompanied by his wife and daughter Miss Nay lor had a tooth knocked out when pitched against the side of her fathers automobile which was dam aged considerably Fox was driving his car on Highland avenue which was sidewipcd The Baltimore driver was arrested andwhen given a preliminary hearing in police court this morning was held in S500 bail for a continued hearing next Saturday morning BOTH CARS DAMAGED A coupe driven by William Allen Rainan of 501 Hnverford avenue Swarthmore figured in a collision with an automobile driven by Percy D Wilson 129 West Garflcldavenue Norwood at MacDade boulevard and Kedron avenue Ridley township at 1030 Saturday night Neither car was seriously damaged The drivers were held for further hearing tomor row evening before Magistrate Ray mond Hood of Folsom Condition Grave in Paris Hospital Sent Husband Baby Story PARIS June TL was Aunce Scmpte MacPhcrson herself seriously ill atthe American Hospital who cabled her husband in Los Angeles that she had given birth lo a ninepound baby But she said tody she did not have a only wanted to see whether the telegram would reach the public She hoped to learn who was tapping wires on to her Angclus Temple in Los Angeles Dr Charles S Bove gynecologist oLthe hospital1eyealcd he had dis patched the mcssagc for the Four Square Gospel Evangelist Bove per formed what he said was a serious abdominal operation nn intestinal obstruction He would give no de tails regarding the operation But he did sny I sent the message about the baby for Mrs Hutton It was an eiTort to find how private messages to Angelas Temple lenked out to news papers revealing her presence here The mcssngc got back to Paris by way of the newspapers almost as quickly as it could have becti de livered in Los Angeles so we shall be able to investigate the leak Bove said he believed the leak oc Detectives Seize Liquor and Arrest Three Men Patrons Released on Pagc Ten SEN IS OPERATEDv UPON BALTIMORE Md June William E Borah of Idaho underwent a major operation at Johns Hopkins Hospital here to day The operation was termed suc cessful by hospital attaches Borah was returned to his room Dr Hugh H Youngfamous physi cian performed the operaiion He j did not reveal the nature of Borahs Illness but said that apart from if the Senator was in excellent physi cal condition j If no complications develop said Dr Young he should be Mhe hosPital in about three The hospital indicated that the operation was not of an nature but said because of Borahs i 68 years his condition could be coni sidered serious i The senator came here Saturday i for one of his regular physical exi aminations by Dr Thomass I who has been his physician many i years I t Dr Brown discovered the nondii tion calling for an operation and crested that it be performed immedi ately although he told the senator that it might be postponed without Tho nrst club raid in the county since the return of legal beer was chulkcri up yesterday morning when Special County Detectives Charles Smith Bay Kaplan and August Nie mnyer assisted by six Ycadou patrol men surprised 150 patrons during a wild drinking party in the Lansdowne Country Club house Tho place wasthronged wth debu tantes and their escorts and move couples wore entering whon the de tectives and Yciidon police dashed in at 2 a m and broke up the merri mont Tha pnIrons fled toward doors and windows as the raiders rushed up to Ihe bar nnd seised a quantity of highprndc liquor before the bar tend cr named Donahue could junk tt The patrons were permitted to leave but Donahue and Harry A S Hamilton president of the Lrmsdowne Film Club sponsor of the afTnlr and Ralph S Smith treasurer were ar rested TwcnlyAvc pints of whisky were seized nnd expensive fittings and equipment wcre confiscated At a hearing before Justice of the Peace C W Rowc in Yeadon yes Hamilton who live in the 800 block Church streetYea don Smith who said he lived in the clubhouse and Donahue were held in S1000 bnil each charged withIllegal of liquor Though it is not technically con ncctcd with the Country Club the Film Club occupies quarters there A fee of it was said entitles morn bcifi to a private key which opens one of the two front doors of the club house on Bailey road Yeadon SIX WHEN GAR HITS POLE JOHNSON BARS WILDCATRISE IN PRICE LEVEL Director of Recovery Forces Gives Warning in Radio Appeal Will Not Tolerate Methods That Will Offset Wage Advance WASHINGTON June na tions merchandisers were told last night by Hugh S Johnson director or the National Recovery Administra tion that any wildcat price lifting at this Lime not DC tolerated In a vigorous radio appeal for pub he support for the Industrial Control Legislation the Administrator said our best people understand this is no time to get rich quick He added the nations employers wanted to co operate more than at any time since the Avar Johnsons address signalized the scart of a push to remove the ob stacles in the path of the recovery act and to spur agreements within industry designed to increase wages and consuming power Today Americas highpower anti depression committee composed of leading business men of the country met with Secretary of Commerce Roper to lay out its program of action This organization of fortysix meii will make plans for the conduct of busincssuind industry on a long term basis and will cooperate with the Industrial Control Recovery Admin istration Among the leaders of the business world m the membership are Walter C Teagle of the Standard Oil Com pany of New Jersey Gerard Swope of the General Electric Company HenriI Harnman head of the U S Chamber of Commerce Alexander Lcgge of the International Harvester Company Alfred P Sloan of the General Motors Corporation Pierre duPont of the E duPont de Nemours Company Walter Giflord of the American Telephone and Telegraph Company and Melvin A Trnylor Chicago banker New members added to the com mittee today follow Sidney J Wincberg of New R M Weyerhaeuser of Cloquet Minn William E Woodward of New York John B Elliott of Los An geles and David R Coker of Harts villc S C Declaring the granting of higher wages ordinarily would tend to result in higher prices Johnson said If we do a thing like this and do not also put somecontrol on undue price increases so prices will not move up one bit faster than is justified by higher coals the consuming public Is going to suffer the higher wages wont do any good and the whole Continued on Page Ten LOCAL SHOWERS IN AREA TODAY Local showers and thunderstorms are forecast for today in Eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland It will be partly tomorrow except in Maryland where it will be fair The highest temperature here yes terday was 89 degrees at 6 p m and the lowest was 66 at 730 a m with the average four degrees above nor mal of 74 The highest temperature ever recorded here on June 25 was 05 in 1923 and the lowest was 54 in 1903 Sunrise today was at 532 a m and sunset will be at 834 p m Eastern Daylight Saving Time Topics of T5 mes Six motorists received severe cuts and and lacerations at 630 a m today when their car crashed f into an electric pole when the car got out of control of the driver and veered sharply from the roadway on the Baltimore Pike in the vicinity of the Memorial Bridge at the Plush Mill outside Swarthmore Borough The car WHS reduced to a mass of wreckage The occupants of the car were Mrs Cecelia R Richardson Grace Rieh ardson Mary Richardson Roosevelt Richardson Harmon Richardson and A B Johnson They were bound from Jamaica New York to Balti more Md An emergency call was sent in for the Media ambulance nnd the injured personswere taken to the MediaHos pital where all were given emergency treatment for their injuries Follow Inp their release from rhe hospital they boarded a train and continued their journey The Danish tramp steamship Jel planes the largest flying boats ever hnge unloading her cargo today at a planned are now being constructed Miss Mr wharf 1 service in mind AT LATONTA Mist Panther Rock Arouse Gracious Gift Claymont Del below Chester after a voyage rrom Rotter dam has been chartered by Pan1 which they used on their American Airways as mother ship I China Friends of the nbereh for the projected survey of a northern said Mrs Lindbergh was accompany aeria route to Europe to be made ing him because thev liked to work hv 1 T j tnWm 1 v wuin Period of fCoordination MacDonald Says Suc cess Obscured u tinsuc LIICV iiKea Ln tcnrir shortly by Colonel Charles A Lind1 together and not because her DTPS GEOLOGICAL MUSEUM London bergh and Mrs Lindbergh ence would iattract attention ijune World Economic The Jellinge a craft of 1172 Mrs Lin bergh is a pilot a navica Confercnce entered its third week of Trireme Parade Step DelightfuK lons wil1 take on 8 cargo of radio operator and a photo rodayWltn Us outcomestill gasoline and airplanes at Philadel rapher Colonel Liridbergri could I predna acnse NEW Agatha Biff Moment Robin Adair Big Business Spill Fireflash Mina Louise Royal See Angry Golden Deeds jtoDenmark Jim Ormont Catherinetoday Fox Captain T f Mary Lou Golden Wiedersehn une Charlcus A Lindbergs and Their plane is now being prepared Hadio and inr PernaPs Press learned were St Radio and instruments tested While the itinerarv hac nnt i ajj uis ilUL f Over TlrificVi hppn annminnoril 4t rrrnc tiic wccn CJiu I lie ana tney continental press critically examined e the work of the conference to date and Picric e it 5 almost unanimously finding it want Tor J Greenland i jn many important respects The Americandelegates continued Sweet Peach Chau PanAmsrican evP art hfs chartered a ship j other economic matters is impossible Centers Near BcnkoeJen Dutch East Indies Santa Barbara Cal Hit PALEMBANG Dutch East Indies June than 70 per sons were reported dead today in an earthquake which apparently cen tered near Benkoelen No reports has been made of the number of injured but jt is feared hat ir wij be large The territory affected is mostly jungle More than 300 houscs reported destroyed in various native villages Benkoelen is a town of 5500 per sons on the west coast of Sumatra Batavia 1s 355 miles southeastward on the adjoining Lsland of Java across the Strait of Sunda Mention of such towns as Palem bang and Kofa Agoeng that the earthquake affected the entire southern portion of Sumatra Koca Agocnc w at the southern end of the island just off the strait Palcm Penn State Rates Local Schools Among Leaders Continued on Page Ten STATE COLLEGE Pa June 26 Th e public schools of Chester rate amonff the better schools of the State j if they are compared on the basis of the high schools William S Hoff man rcRistrar of the Pennsylvania State College said today During the past five years he said graduates from Chester hicti school who have come to Penn State have made a record placing their high school in the upper half of the hich schools of the State every high school In Pennsylvania sends students to Penn State the registrar aid and in this study ithas been found that the rating attained by a school has changed very little from year to year Students admitted from Ches ter high school have ranked consist ently above the average and on this basiythe college will admit on cer tificate students from Chester who were graduated in the upper four fifths of their class Penn State will begin prantinj general admissions to the freshman class on July 1 Hoff man said In encouraging graduates of Ches ter hfgh school who finished in the upper Iournith5 of their class to continue their education the Penn sylvania State College believes that is expending state money in the most economical and efficient man ner Registrar Hoffman said Stu dents of chis grade from Chester have proved themselves to be of col lege calibre From our past experi ence we believe that they are capable of pursuing a college course with credit to themselves and with profit to the Commonwealth Students who were graduated lower than the first fourfifths be ad j milted to Penn State upon their capabilities as shown in a college placement test Hoffman said It is not unusual he said for a student of good promise to become so en grossed in extracurricular activities during his high school days that he is graduated lower than his scholas tic ability would indicate The possi bilities of such students are revealed in the placement test and on the assumption of their innate ability they are admitted to Penn State Only last year we graduated a student wUh honors who was re quired to take the placement test Increasing railroad tonnage is re ported from various parts of the country Bill Toppin tells us We wero rather puzzled until we learned that Kate Smith is on another vaude ville tour A clerk in the Media marriage li cense bureau has observed that oppo sites make the happiest marriages Yes you seldom see a family quarrel when the husband is small and the wife one of those spacious affairs Chicago is ready to introduce noise less street cars They wouldnt go so bad here with so many rackets beingf learned about Most workers are strongly in fa vor of the proposed shorter cept the two allowed for their vaca tion Tom Hodgins informs us the lead pencil business is raising wages be cause of better business Perhaps this is due to the hard people have to do these days Among those serving time at the county prison is a contortion ist Perhaps he has promised he will go straight when he gets but A machine for weighing an atom has just been perfected Just the thing to weigh our bankroll A mystery of the greatj American home is how a who is too tired to wash the dishes nevertheless has plenty of energy to go out and dance until 2 a m A Concordville farmer boasts of a hen that laid an egg weighing seven ounces Evidently the news that the tfew Deal frown on overproductioni4l hasnt reached that farm yet The Weather WASHINGTON June astern Partly cloudy tonight and Tuesday preceded by local showers in extreme east portion this afternoon and pos sibly early tonight slightly warmer Tuesday Western fair tonight and Tuesday not much change in temperature TODAYS TEMPERATURES Continued on Page Ten I 6 a m 7 a m 8 a m 9 a m 10 a m 70 11 n m 70 Noon 72 1 p m 72 2 D m 74 78 79 81   

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