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Chester Times (Newspaper) - June 26, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID < men. MION FOK I " KIA I I. »N I .IS. FN DIX. DECKMBKR 31, 1932 20,328 FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ★ With All Latest and Rest News of the Day 57TH YEAR—KO, 17.629. na. >a«cd Wit# Rrpor!« of United Pre* 1 Intimation*: N'«* Service (INS1 turi CHESTER. PA.. MONDAY. .U NK 26. I PRICK, TWO (TINTS FEDERAL GRAND .URY REDUS ITS PROBE TODA Y Additional Subpenas Issued for Witnesses; Kx-Plunged Ice Pick 42 Times Into Body When pert Man} Indictments Victim of Degenerate's Attack Threatened Mrmhrr* of f{llm shi|) to Inform His Father Murder Committed (’ re"* Are Among Those Near Cemetery in Yeadon Borough YOUTH CONFESSES BRUTAL SLAYING OF 9-YEAR-OLD BOY Reine Summoned Killer's Implication of Ice Cream Vendor as Accomplice Discounted by Police Youth Being Quizzed at Media This Afternoon Calmly Re-enacts the Crime rn Six' X Ph rn-vear-old Richard Ragone. two women of hi* knowledge of the a dr I ph la who confessed yen- slaying. In hi* pocket* police found terdav to the brutal slaying of nine- newspaper dippings of the .slaving of year old B-iiv Reillv at Yeadon on Rase McCloskey in Fairmount Park Saturday wa* being grilled this arid of the arrect and confession afternoon in the office of the District Richard 'Big Slim» Bach for the Attorned at Media bv Assi-stant Du-- crime. filet Attorney William B. McClena- Ragone. whose hand* air of un-chan. Jr.    usually large sue, a pent a reel lea* room w'as Stachi* night in the detention cell in the an ice cream vendor. Lansdowne police station He plicated by Ragone in The authorities place in this implication a* i an alibi which placed Several new witnesses were s the corridors on the third floor of the Federal building Philadelphia as the Federal Grand Jury reassembled for its ninth dav of the investigation into alleged corruption of the poht-ico-gang racketeers in this county. The investigation. which is under the direction of special deputy U. S Attorney Cher A. Keyes, is expected either Wednesday or Thursday when. it is experted, indictments against on* in th# Old Charter House, “Dry'' Since 1850, Has Its Tap-Room The old Charter House, err. cd m Media as a monument to •: f hon.*, dry charter of the Countv s. i* hast last gone wet stn-f 1850 it has stood as *! ■ rn pillar of temperanrp, the *    ; r of sobriety A large sign now point- »o ■ i;< tap room door indicating a sanriw ii s >p with beer on draught h %s<'i at ’ha; the old Charter Ho .-•> V respectability The tap :    >:■<. i quiet, orderly place Th** pa* t are among the most respe« • • and the food retains that ‘a.*v inned flavor produced b- exp* n the culinary department For many persons, it w « • ii* < *, that the stern old monumon* . 1 give wav to modem Idea PENNROAD CORI’. IN STOCK PROBE. IIN TOMORROW DICTATORSHIPS SEEN RI LE OE TOI I VY. RY HITLER (herman Fascist I /cader Secs Parliament* iii Lo'-eminent Over \sIvs, in Interview, That Hiw Nation Re Not Interfered With FDI!ORB NOM Cham- im TO SPAN ATLANTIC [he alist Held Ka t opr who I t bn rn n a not I der Katapodis him far away from crime. Mat hues Doi retained as eounse and a habeas corpn.1 presented before J presumably after th« for the pair tomorrow IO a. rn. before Magurtra Yeadon. Mr. MrClenachan thi drew up the complaints pair. Ragnrte s statement day which he did not transcribed by Court S' Frank Taylor and this aft signed bv Ragone it will the scene of the igherty has bepn I for Katapodis petition will be udge Fronefieid, > formal hearing row morning at list rate Shaw at r* 40 or SO prominent porno county will be returned    ,    , J; ll V main indictments wh: be Rail Holding ( (UU |).» ll A > returned is difficult to guess Rumors . ii*    iv have tile number anywhere between Intl* rlocKinu Direelor-12 and IOO. but during the early part of the probe the dynamic prosecutor. Keyes, who convicted member* of the h untied on 'ne dom r ’ mf i un jj *nn jm ring e unrated tha* 40    ,    ,    i ■    ♦    i    ’..ll >(’H81e I ll\ < 8I Il 11 •»; - tov .ill them meaningless and trifling ques- criminated bv the various witnesses lions. Earlier he had remained quiet called and defiant and made his confession jt recalled today that Frank only after several hours of pollee Hilton, head of the Hilton ll OOO OOO questioning.    nim syndicate, who fled to Canada I he youth sought to implicate af the time of the prosecution by WASHINGTON, June St ach is Ka tope ai is, 55, a hokey chef A Keyes died in Montreal yes- Senate slock market tm pokey" tee cream vender, who was terdav. Canada refused to extradite today completed preparatir taken into custody, although police Hilton, who was the only one to es- qutry into banking practice said they did not believe he knew cape the clutches of the federal an- l*oeb A Co. including ti oi the slaying. Richard, in one of thorltie*.    writing    of the Pennroad C ates to Re Revealed •Hate Invest jurator* to Kuhn, Ian*!) Firm; Kahn a Witness f, June 2k .IP1 arket investigations preparations for in- Kuhn. twins interview with Karl ii ke! .celebrated intel na? ton. annalist and nrexident of ti lilted Press A - ociat ions I Hi k \Ii I, 4 Rif Kl I, President of the I nilrd Pre*.* toAoiltlnm Pre said, e the! I Iv lint JOHNSON BARS ‘WILDCAT’ RISK IN PRICE LEVEL Director of Recovery Forces Lives Warning: in Radio \ppeal Will Not Tolerate Methods Thai Will Offset Wage Advance WASHINGTON. Ju ight by Hugh JO 6 The e told rn dire R I,eg I. no t: operate rm tile war empiov p than ited. • He added in’ed to cotime .since od. he sa >«d that t behind rn 'lr** ( barie* I tndhrrgh will iiinmpanv her fimnti* husband on his mn-lemplitled aerial (rip to Greenland, with Ii Is likely to be extended In Ireland and possibly Denmark, Johnson'* addn illzrd th* st ait of a pish I to remov ob- studies iii I hp nu1 act and to spur th of fh( it* wi t Kin industry designed to mere w agr * and consuming power Tod av America'* high-pc mer ? intl- depression romnti tfce con I imsed of leading buxine** n icn of th r> rout met with Secret; ary of t Comm Roper to lay out n e t Id iii I its pri ngram of This organizatioi n of fort v-stx men will make plan* f onduc t of business.#nd Indus try on a long t erin basis and will co -operate with th# Industrial Control Recover v Adr nm- trill of R< ho hi* many and varied version* of the    After the juror* resumed their for which the priv? slaying, maintained Katopodi* held duties this morning, it was learned wived a cash fee of $ 'he snuggling Hilly while he stabbed that additional subpenas were pre- hearing* begin tomo the victim with an ice pick, whose parrd late Saturday and attaches of Kuhn, music patron handle was missing    the marshal* office will seek service PIM a* the first win I never saw (he bm before." de- n^jny on more Individual* sought The Pennroad Cor] lect Ive* quoted the confession, a* yet    u witnesses to corroborate testimony,    road holding    com pa ii der    this    after-    unsigned, until several conflicting    the    additional subpenas    brings the    in the boom    time Ap points are cleared up I met him    total    well over IOO les*    than one-    qulry by the    House n Iv    was    found    Friday afternoon and I played ball    flfth    nf whom have been    railed    ternate and    foreign with him on a lot. and then I took    Testimony said lo have linked poll- vealed that interlock him info some of the bushes    titians and office holders with wide- enable substantially t I stabbed him once and he veiled spread protection of vice and gam- control both th" Pent then I threw ! morning iga inst the sign, was rnographer 'moon was be used in th I Ch Billy’s mutila Saturday in a lonely section in Cot Creek Park, near Mount Mnr cemetery in the Ye1 don section, children who were playing hide and and started to fight seek. Richard wa* arrested later in *    —-—------- 'he afternoon When he boasted to    Continued on Page Ten pan off! lory. In ti Get man v >■ pur md pti I mental AIMEE SINKING ALTER OPERATION Fond it ion Lravi* in Paris Hospital; Sent Husband Hah' Story e sam ad Co Railro ne tn BLAST SHAKES HAZELL E. JAMES ST. PETER’S, ROME DIES SUDDENLY Four Persons Injured Widely-known, lius i nest* Among Those Attending Man Stricken at His Residence * Raze!] Fdwin Jam# .iciness man. died widm\ -know n late Saturday and Wa hcmorrh He wa He was AM years old, rirken shortly after 6 a fiom which ne never regained rsciousnes* Mr James had been fairly good health prior to the fa- Holv Year Services ROME. June 26 1 UP' A plot to disrupt the Holy Year celebrations was believed toriav to have motivated the bomb explosion in historic St Peter.* Church yesterday which injured four worshippers The bomb was contained in a suitcase, left at the checkroom beside the huge bronze gate at vhe Brain entrance to the church Papal gendarmes, last night arrested a man who asked the custodian for a suitcase which contained paper similar to that in which fhe bomb was wrapped. He was turr d over wo Italian police for Investigation A number of suitcases and packages deposited at the check room and not claimed during the day, were seized and searched. Only one of the lour victim*. Alessandro Bar tori*, an engineer of Marina di Pisa. w'as seriously hurt, but ‘re is expected to recover. The bomb was equipped with a tim* device and was charged wiih blacg powder. It contained no metal, the in tunes being caused by the metal fittings of the suitcase. Damage was slight Hnlv Year pilgrims were entering the rhurrh as the explosion occurred Pope Pius XI, informed of the bombing. said: It is an outiage against God and niPn ••    Charged with violation of >he Hr expressed relief that no one had Pitkin Firearms Act, which prohibit Dr John 8 Eynon, of Ridley Park been killed, and said he would offer the carrying of a d-adlv weapon a prominent surgeon of this cit * and prayer for the prompt recover; of w.thout official permission Walter ano former president of the Chester those injured.    ,>UI?    *font    ®n<1    f    n    *    Rotary Club. I* a medical patient in ...    „    ... .    ,n 'A1,hout    bail    for \ -ne Chester Hospital where He was lf. >. I HI AM IM BAI.AN(    continued hranng tomorrow morn- admitted on Fridav At his office ....    mg. wneii arraigned in police court HroaO and l!ni»nri street* ic u. WASHINGTON. June 2(> 'UP* this morning    nroaa ana upland street*, it wa The    treasury net    balance for June 23    Davis    arrested ca rh    yesterday was    $984 636,983 33 Expenditures that    morning    bv Patrolman Wright    who day    were $14 524    400 03 Custom re-    found him in pcx-session    of a    fully --‘pts for the month through June 23 ioafjed 38-cal. revolver It was tesu- roari Atteiburv i IMW and were succeeded by «' 8 Alexander, chairman of Guaranty Trust Company of York, and Joseph Wayne, Jr, the Sew and the Penn* Continued un Page Ten Bv a system Acate* issued    in lieu of    stock, SIX INJl REI) IN    limited control of the Pennroad porn Hon was    vested in    a boar CII ESTER PIKE CRASH    « w ,i    , of the Pennsylvania Railroad ( ,    , panv; Jay Cooke, a director of .Six people were hurt at    lea.*!    one    tatirORr1 „nrt    Effingham    B Mc seriously. Saturday, at Oak    lane    and    chairman of    the Girard    Trust MacDade boulevard. Glenolden, when philadelphia a director of tire an automobile truck driven by Econ-    * .lid C 8tackhou*e, 20. of .'SOW Chestnut street Philadelphia, came in collision with an automobile driven bv Peter Allabach. Jr., 55 years old, of Third and Maple avenues, Burnside Ridley township The automobile was turned over as a result of the crash The most seriously Injured is Mrs Catherine Miesner. of 4 Third avenue Burnside, w*ho is in Tavlor Hospital his    residence,    Trill 'cent h    wj,h a broken pelvis and intern*! inti t    streets,    from    a    cerebral    ,un#>» Betty Rudden. IO of Third avenue Burnside, was admitted to the hoe- It mav pav to watch the ro pit Mi. the result of a fractured arm    motoring but an official of if Mrs Addis Allabach of Thud and    Industrial School. Wilmingt* Maple avenues Burnside, suffered a    wax also able to see othei i.d Httark.    bn'    had    suffered    from    frartured collarbone and lacerations    while passing through this r i<n2 *rsM*r    *,tac*ts    since    January,    of the head Hhe wa* also admitted    terdav, the net result bema I 1    .    to the hospital.    lure of an rvspcd prisoner from that Mr James was born in Upper Frov- Allabach who suffered contusions institution id-nee November 13,    IHM    He was    ann lactation* of the shoulder, and    The    official    was    driving    pa    t    Fourth 'ne youngest son of    l evi O    James    Stackhouse who suffered abra-ion*    tree*    and    Highland    avenue    when    tie .Sarah E. Wort ell In 1889, He were treated at Taylor Hospital and detected I Senilis Wtsnewskt 19 married Mia* Nelhe Btrtwell. daugh- diacharged    Seventh    avenue, Wilmington. IX I. <’i of Henry B and Jane F..irev Birt- who had taken a truck well, who survives with two    haugh-    load of supplies to "Dilly Memorial terx, Mrs Frank B    Hatton,    of this    Country Club tor a Sunday school i pile a I lf PARIS JTP Am I he po he I he *t ti hat I WI erscan ii and today id was for %r n be German my regime who cabled Id ha* been Angeles that „ a nine-noun- YEADON' CLI B HOI SH RAIDED Doted i\ cs Seize Liquor mid Arrest Three Men; Fat rims Released Tho first club raid In the county since the lei urn of legal beer wa* chalked up vr terdav morning when Lo h U fx'ople of weigh this only with id not to overnment inned sup* But, a ba bv id bain. aid tody, she ie only mat e telegram She imped I ig wires on ( on!inned on Page I rn OFFICIAL ON IOU: CA FTI "RES FCCITI VK I he Chancellor appeared physically f ••ntinned on Page ten I PERSONS HPRT IN TRIPLE CRASH Three i*ersons were injured, none KH he ier Angelus 'I em pie in Dr Charles 8. Bove »f the bospiUtl^ rrveale »afclied the message foi Square Gospel Evangelist firmed what he said wa* ilKlommaJ ojKuatmn for an tbairuction He w*«mid gi\i alls iegardtng the operation Bo J ten I fled d Dont one, lent ng a owne lebU-more 1 de-*d in d d->or* and ustied up to quantity of e the bar-rould Junk - I mil ted to i Among the leaders of the busine! * w >i .rf m the menioct nip ■ Walter C Tragic of the Standard OU Company of New JersrN , Gerard Swope, of th- General Electric Company; Henry I Harriman head of the U 8. Chamber of Commerce; Alexander I egg#, of the International Harvester Company; Alfred P Sloan of th# General Motors Corporation; Tierra d u Pont, of Hie F I duPnnt da Nemours Company; Walter Gifford. of the American Telephone and Telegraph Company, and Melvin A. Traylor, Chicago banker N- w members added to the rom* m I tie# today follow Sidney J Winrbcrg of New’ York; R M Weverhaeaoer, of Cloquet, Mum , William F Woodward of New York; John B Elliott of ho* Angeles, and David It Coker, of Harts* Ville, 8 C Declaring the glancing of higher wage* ordinarily would tend to result in higher nriee*. Johnson said: ’If we do a thing like this and do not a so put some control on undue price mn chm** so prices will not move ip one btf faster than is justified bv higher coat* the consuming public ti goint? to suffer, (he higher W’agea won * do any good and the whole < ontimied on Page Ten LOCAL SHOWERS IN IRE \ TODA! ip- careenf Fourth cont int, anothei travejii The Borek. ionian passenger r and Highland av md fell over str »*t* I -ar. which An Th ulvaie leaked in chn and Mr*. Ralph 8. Ivins, of Buffalo. N Y. There is one grandson, James Harvey Ivins Mr James carne to Chester when a picnic of Tabernacle Lutheran Church, West Philadelphia, was making a trip for a supply of ice for the exclusion isis when tile crash occurred Stackhouse was arrested and taken before nm* Seventh avenue, who waa recently locked up on a burglary charge He escaped from a fell at the Ferris institution recently were tr- H They w youth    and    resided with his parent*    Magistrate    Walter S Swartlev of at the    present    sit#* of his business    508    Glenolden    who held him in $500 bai! for a further hearing July ? to await < -nitinned on Page    Ten    the result*    of the injuries of the ocmj- pant* of the car WITKIN AFT VIOLATOR HEU) lilt. JOHN S. KY NON IN rated five other youths Instead of stopping and gn chase the official cruised arni Until he met street Sergeant Pel son and Patrolman Holt, In a po car He led them back to the % wheie he *aw the fugitive and ti aided in his rapture Wtanewski ' returned to Wilmington and taken the New Castle County Wnrkhoi pending his trial KUESTER HOSPITAL MEDIA POSTMASTER (JIVES RESIGNATION me opposite direction njured were Mrs. Fiance* 613 West Seventh street, lacerations of the head. James Fox, 306 Morton avenue, knee injuries, and Walter Burke, 2613 Went Seventh street, blush burn* of the legs All it the Chester Hospital passengers in an among north on Highland I a. rn At Fourth liter vehicle wa* aide-ruck driven bv Herman ver, 3113 Ravenwood mc, Md Biiidermever ake* after the accident i coruiderable distance irk rolled over, erash-tomobile driven bv 8id-. II Lone avenue Wtl-who was accompanied d daughter Mi** Nay-uh knocked out when of -d i An of wh iii Bone aid he believed the leak oc-t uiitlnucd »n Page Ten SFN. \\ M. F. HOR MI IS OI’FR M FD I FON Hamilti Church said h* IF avenue, atw-u street Die Iii wiped bv tip P Bulder tm road Bait tm applied hi* bt but traveled before hi* lr ing into an a» nev H Na viol rn mg! on Del bv his wife ar lor had a to id , hi* condition w proved today, (aid very much lrn-MiKf.lR AGREEMENT were $1* 12 918 44 HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (R» t'nitert Pre**) fled he threatened to shoot a man ! The merger of the Delaware County with whom he had an argument Trust Company and the Pennsylvania Two larceny suspects. William Title and Trust Company wa* offi-Cureton. Negro, of Lax court, and ' lallv agreed upon af a meeting of Richard Aenew 49 homeless, we.e J affinal* of both hanking institution* both ordered detained for questioning bv detective*. resii in reiv inc M Coolidi fettor ame* B Flounders, of 119 East lh atreet. Media ha* ant in his gnat ion a* Post master of Media compliance with a request reed horn Washington this morn- pitfhed again fa’her * autom aged consider* hi* car on Hi was sidewi ped The Ba it mm and when giver in $:>fki bail fo he . ie dan BAL I IMOfll Senator WUU Idaho, undei wen at John* Mopklr wa* returned to nu item Dr, Hugh ll. Young, tai clan, performed the ope did not reveal the nature I line**, but rain that apt the Senator was in "exce (’iii    t’im *# I/>(,(1 shower* and thundet.storma are forrcaat for today in F.aatern PennaylVarna, New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland It will he partly cloudy tomorrow, except in Maryland, where it will be fair 'Hie highest temperature here yea-'terday wjls 89 degrees at 6 p rn , and , i!! . 1'’ the low» I wa* hh, at 7 30 a rn. with i, i, .s,j f^4** average four degrees above nor-1 K mal of 74 The highest temperature -•vet recorded lure on June 25 was 95. in 1923, and the lowest was 54. in 1903 Bunn*# today wa* af 5,32 a rn and sunset will be at 8 34 p. rn , Eastern Daylight Having Time. and if I he i live* con > the -IX PERSONS III RT VV HEN CAR HITS POU I opicsof J imcs Increasing railroad tonnage t* reposed from various parts of the count tv, Bill Toppin tells u* We were rather puzzled until we learned ’hat Rate Smith la on another vaudeville tour. md even om ll r wa* arrested unary hearing ming was held Untied hearing nm die pa appui is, hat tiring His * unfed im I ll i Mu* DAM '(.I ii m,( I AK in \mi.e min In Vian his morning J C. Taylor presided philadelpt at the meeting AT ARLINGTON PARK 1—Testout, Dislinet, Barkantine. Some Pomp, 'meriran Air. >ara-een Maid. 2—Very Well. I aw ver. Ka* Blade*. Gunfire. Shasta star. Hot Shot, St. Na/aire, silver Lake. 3—Ed I ark. 4—None. .5—Head Play, Brother Joe, Miss Bunting, Dvak. Rush Hour. Mr. Joe. ft—-None. 7—Lineal. 8—Spud. "rather, clear; tra< k. fa t, AT LATONIA I—Dawn 'list Panther Rock. 'rouse, Trireme, Parade M^p. Delightful, Gracious Gift. "—Nitten Nancy. Marcella ll . Malls Marie, Kathrvn "attle, Kitty Lee (ourland. Miss M. Lutz, Lair Duchess. — "birling. Agatha, Big Moment, Lind bergh and Wife Plan for a Flight to Walter A builder anc $10 000 es’ Ka’hrvn R the will AD rf testament, written on of Jefferson Hospital t where he died June 6 MrClatchv t’pj>er Darby real estate man left hi* tie to hi* widow Mr* M’ Clatchy according to d for probate Saturday. I I) W: 129 Wea» Mat Dad Hue Rid] en bv Pet field avern, townahlp, Neither t ITie drive (ring Hie opera! Hat in i LH ye, |”fk| rile for of amma who I hou id ju tai in J Indira i not of i Id berate on dltion n r ha H It hard on, I B John* r Md hi* ph' md ti di Prowl tiling for i I ha I st h •i.d * av ini A clerk in the Media marriage Ii* lie vi<‘ igi tty cease bureau ha* olxseivrd that op po* * til** Plush si tea make the happteat marriage*, r Horougii Ye' yotj .seldom see a family quarrel a m . ' of when til*' husband la small and the wife one of those spacioua affair*. r were Mr*. , ,    Ch    <    ago    ready    to    Introduce    noise* j,    They    wouldn’t    go    -<% , ,, ,n#j bad here, wj'h so many racket* being ,'ere bound    about, Most worker* are strongly in favor of the proposed shorter week ex* ce pl the two allowed for their vacation. Magistrate V I operatic per for mi ately although he told t pr* that it might be pompon mr- ijj effects iii for muted « Hor-ieency t toe nospuai. and continued The Dan: h tramp steamship. Jel- planes, the largest flying boat- ever huge, unloading her cargo today at a planned are now being constructed  _,    with    such    a    service    in    mind •* 'arf ^ Claymont. IF- , below    *■,    ,    .. liie Lindbergh will f!, ’he ame Chester, after a voyage from Rotter- Ixxkheed equipped with pontoon* dam, has been charfered by Pan- which they used on their flight to iran Airways as mother ship’’ China Friends of the Lindbergh* An ENTERS JI) W EEK Period of ‘Co-ordination*, Mat Donald Sa>>; Success Obbeured MANY DEAD IN JI NGLE QUAKE Centers Near Henkoeien, Dutch F a s t Indies; Santa Harliara, ( al., Hit Penn State Hates Local Schools Among Leaders for the projected survey of a northern ’'(•id Mr* Undbergh wa* accompany aerial route to Europe to he made ing him because they liked to work shortly by Colonel Charles A Lind* together and not because her pre*. bcrgh and Mr* Lindbergh    epee would attract attention. The Jeliinge a cran of I 172 reg- Mrs Lmbergh is a pilot, a naviga-Mitered fon*. will take on a cargo of * radio operator, and a photo-lasolme    and airplane,*    at Philadel-    5iaPb'*r Colonel    Lindberg)\ rotild ,    * ’ortiorro". ann clear immediatci' inn a man wjio could no any one for Greenland.    these    better, but could not find a man who could do all at well, it wa* NEW    YORK,    June    26,-~(UP>—    ***d Colonel    Charles    A Lindbergs and Their plane I* now being prepared „ ..    ..    .    ,,    ,    _    Mr* Lin “>ergh may extend their Radio and instruments must be J .I1 .    5    ^pt    l<    projected    flight to Greenland aero*,* tested While the itinerary ha* not been announced, it wa* believed they would fly a.* directly as possible to Greenland. They    will explore the GF.OI OGU AI MUSEUM london PAI E MIL A NO I, Du lei June 26 INS 7 lie World Ercmomtc June 2* UPL dorr Conference entcre/ 1 if* third week nf son* wer e r epor te< rf dea exigence todav # . th h* outcome still earthqua wh I ap obscured in a den* ,e fog 'fred or ar Bel ik' ■iclen Prime Min ‘ ter Mac! x>na Id prest- ha.* brei of tr dent of the confer ence »*id lf would injured but it tx fear* b* a week of cook linaMon But Just br large what I* to be ’he coordination and The f Hon affect how It will be *f( omplt>hed. were jungle Mo in 3(8 ma'ter* which Uh conference presl- reported de red in dent failed to chn idate villages. Over Uh wr« k-c nd the and Ben k or Ten I* a town continental pro.* t the work of the c critically examined son* on rn . Wp '.st COSH- (inference to date, Batavia I* 355 rr dies almost unanimous! y finding it want- on the a d jolt nr |g us in<? in many impoi tanl respects arras* th Stra it of St vt In STAIE CO The public s among the be man lei State Co .LF Hoff I man-*Stu - today in an ||W| v»i (nti.v (en- rCtmf‘ *' No report* lerord number of 'he upp Pen larin r ha! I in IPvdgiiis informs 'he lead jvcncil business is raising wages, be-cau e of better b.-sines* perhaps thta ls due to the hard figuring pcopla have to do these day*. Among those serving time af th# countv prison is a cirrus contortion-is* Perhajwi he has promised he will go straight when he get* out. A machine for weighing an atom has just bein perfected Just th* thing to weigh our bankroll. A mystery of the gt at American home ls how a daughter who is too tired to wash the dishes neverthelet* ha* plenty of energy to go out and dance until 2 a in. A Concord MI Ie far TI *r boa !* of a hen that laid an egg weighing seven ounces F drolly the news tha’ Ut* Seq Dc a frown on over-production hasn t reached that farm vet with p mostly native of 5 500 per of Sumatia ,Y< southeastward ne flv# that has l ite Weather J chang( VCI aint Stile Angry. Golden Deeds    to Denmark, the United Pres* lear 4—Vonnie. Jim Ormont.    Catherine    today. Fox, Captain T. Suns alw, Mi** The famous flying couple plan „ ____________________ _________ Mary Iou, Golden spray,    Auf    ,' »•.* within two weeks on a path-    for regular and emeigency landing The American «dHeg,.tea    continued . "iedcrschn.    finding flight for a new airway to    places for an air route and then pro-    to be    th**    of most of    th** it.ti-    Mention of such towns    as Palem- >— None).    Europe winch Colonel I.indbegh* em-    reed on to Iceland There they will    (ism    for their unwilling™    to s’,a-    bung and Ko1 a Agoeng indicate^ that    flftl.s    n u—Belen. My "ish    plover The Pan-American Airways    decide whether to continue to Den-    biiiz.e    the dollar wu’ho .» which in*    mk* earthquuxe affected    lie en re    b* gin    g ort ion of Sum* lr at the southern high M y a bov basks th* tific ate all were grad >d Ch, orntM in HK)I have r the averag illege will admit on cer-lcnt.s from Chester who vied in the upper fcur test. Hoffman said. It is ii, he said, for a student o become so en-trricular activities that he vc holaa- to of good promise a- grassed in extra I ii ng his high .school day graduated lower than hi " ARMINGTON, June 26—"eather f(irf( ast—E astern Pennsylvania— Partly cloudy tonight and Tuesday preceded bv bual shower* in extreme east portion this afternoon and possibly early tonight; slightly warmer Tuesday. " estrrn    Pennsylvania—Generali# fair tonight and Tuesday; not much lh -s-ungros, Simon. Gambado Bion della. American Prince *ir (in mg u< 8—st trnsund. 'sweet Peach (h*u venet. "father, clear, track, muddy. lope* to u*r tor a regular America- mark    French    doggedly    in*!* F imp- Air Service    p«P    American    ha*    rhartered    *    ship    o    her    cconomif    ma're' Pan-Am-ncan oifit ter and rn; plan* belie'.*' pa-,, ’n act *• » have for rh will b* flying ”crk and it will lea’# Pu..v3eipma This French rh* agre'ment on .southern I* imposable Agoeng , Rota the fresh nd of man -aid Rem on Ji tic ability would indicate. The passi- i‘ ‘the *»*•»*«■ iB (cniperature ate will a.’s.xurnption of rheir innate ability zion* to th« v arc admit! I. Hoff- Only last \ student wi o Penn Sh year we graduated a honor* who was re- TOD AY S TI MPI K 'TI RES 6 a. wa* confirm'*!! the inland, jt of Ch the Atlantic within two years. Two Tuesday tor Greenland < ontinurd on Page Tm i ft tne* e*rai* Palem*. 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