Chester Times, June 27, 1933

Chester Times

June 27, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - June 27, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NKT PAID CIRCULATION FOK I I JA K ION I FN HING DE( I VHI R ll. 19.12 20,328 57TH VT AR -NO. IT H ", YOUTHFUL SLA YER OF UOY EXOYER A TES MAX HE IMULICA TEI) After Signing Second Confession, William Ragone Repudiates His Story of b atal Stabbing of Little “Billy' Reilly, Near V radon Cemetery Formally Arraigned on Murder Charge Little Victim, Stabbed 42 Times With I ce-pie h When He Threatened to Tell Parents oi Older Boy's Degenerate Act, Buried This Morning Accused Ice Cream Vendor Freed on Habeas Corpus Petition RAGONE CONFESSES BOY S MURDER While Richard Ragone in. whs bring forma ', arraigned on a chais-’ of murder today before Magistrate Pa- Yeadon, solemn high requiem mass was suns for his vnu'h-f ii vie'im, P-\#ai -old William A R# illy, .lr Sn th# Blessed Sat'! arm fit C ittrm. Phi lad* .phi, Following she r hi rqh sonices R iii1, was buried sn Hoi Cross rrmctrij*. wi*ii six of his foinu : schoolmates as honorary pallbearers Ragone was formally commit*od to tho county -ail wit hoi.? bail at noon today, tallowing t mint tuque*! magistrate’* hearing held a* the Ye adon polit ■ s'a' ion ('omn e r . ' F v a r St h cr 11 e t i n -dueled the mt|'if ! assisted bv the A lata n ? Cot oner .Edward Donnelly ’A’de the inquest was in no sit on Vlasrs*rive Clyde Rowe sa’ in and gave ’he boy a msg) Sim ICS hearing The Coronet'* juty returned with th- verdict in less than five minutes IE, V AT D HITS (TT-THnOAT IUDS ON BONDS Says Such Foolish rom petition Is to Detriment of th** Public Refuses to Name to Committee I > Brokers En-Krai;ecl in Certain Deal** WASHINGTON June M INS American banker*; raced mound th* wn! id “bidding foolish*' and rerk-les';•*.■'* for foreign s« ■ int * * in 1926 and 1926 to unload on the American Investing public Otto ll Kahn pok* man for Kuhn I or b arid Co the private Nevi York banking firm of whitll h# ii a member, told the '•i c Banking Inquiry today. Katin Charged this cut-throat competition ' for high in" ;• st-bearing foreign bond* via* to "the deft 1-t he public.’* lie denied hi* I engaged in ’Ii* sc ramble gn set int ie* and declined to <>*• firms which did. e: a in t he rn * rite? rig if ie * will result fiom the Ro*ne. lgram of legislation. Kahn GI.EN-NOR IIKill SCHOOL TEACHING STAFF IS UNPAID Official af Rromotion F\- crci’-cs Stresses N cees sit} of Tax Payments \\ anis That Schools May No! Reopen in I all; Raps Tax Delinquents Keyes Shows Photos of “Rum Ring" Group to U. S. Grand Ju ry F ; men I >■ : Mil v I Cli v J ll P in ? I ellen NU of cdti hr p till tin r paid i 199: quem 11reg were introduced a ■gati the final pilate* of to provide more antu* ration of {wi son* conli * tie protection" sing v I-fit rd the past 'en ti y tug things a long ’* tired States Attorney tie' \ K v aid this i* the JuitW began their ll About HO w"nener? to George M l r fcoff a uekeeper, was , he first muon* >1, TEXTILE CODE HEARING IN NEW INDUSTRY PLAN Administrator Johnson Presides at Discussion of AN aire* and Hours I . S. to Hit Price Hikes That Come in Other Than Gradual X\ a\ AA ASHING I ON A ruer ira * unpret i in ludn ti a, plan Mr \\ M VA I r I sijieen - year *r*ld Rh hard It acne irxirrme Heft» is ihflnn Bidan, .» *e» and r»t|*|r»*l#m «f Hie miirdw iif nine* year old Bilh Reilly, to tint \**i*l;»nt District A Horne v AA itliam B M< < im,!* ban. .lr, a few hour* after he repudiated bi* fir*! Hi* Ii of him is tMidint Ridrid Attame* AA ilium R I *<.»I At the extreme ri|ht I* s|»|hlv Katopodi*. the hake* pnkev man, whom R ;i bone exonerated in hi* *<i "lid -t ii * tm nt Al* t Irqtr tun ta *eated in the renter Katepodix «u freed todax on hah* tx corpn* proceeding* at Media. TWO MORE STATES VOTING TODAY ON REPEAL QI ESTRIN West X irginia and California to Decide; f irst Seen ‘Doubt fill NCAA X (irk Stat" ( omen-tion Alfets to HutiIv; ll in List So Far Directors Refuse To Publish Names Of Ousted Teachers A* VSH I.NGT ON, June 27 - ' Pi — Voter* in two more ? ’ a' e< West Virginia and California went to the poilu today to vote on repeal of the 926 and 19.9 I ghteentn Amendment in bankers sat The New1 York State con* on Mfd fn repeal rn*" in Alb the presidency of Former Cl Alfred F Smith pioneer in gam*? prohibition VV •pp Jam I ll ? na am H Aftei a Mr Rankl 'Wa WO., Id Hon of t lie I hr ** hurl* \ will n* the teath»i ic** Din ' deride to I ««rrr* TTi< MOLEY REACHES LONDON TODAY ON PARLEY MISSION Roosevelt Expert tin Economies Lands in Ireland; Speeds to England I runee < ‘lings to ( urrencA Stahili/ation as W oriel ReeoAerv Route wrie many other* on the rifiinq u lit tax lust, which had hern honed mer rn til# muni v treaatiftr ai Media, for collect ion, vx fi«> «i ■ f* wi I aide in p ,y the lave* due and tho* allow tire school distr ut* to meet the pa yin* ult,* for tcarpet s' salaries * Mi Wright expressed th* hopi tim* ail persons interested would make n special effort to meet then fax oh Jig a * ions |i! nm p» Iv No cr it ii ism was mated out to th# til* pa et * who had {raid then tax#* but Mr Wright urged that these cfi- ♦ ant inned on l ast Page DR. IL I,. SMKM.KY IRKS IN TUR VV KST INDICTMENTS IN VICE PROBE MAY TOTAL IOO Man} Residents of Count} Enmeshed in VV eh VV oxen h} Federal Agents Work of Questioning the Witnesses Speeded I p; ( bester Man Recalled JHI IOU pet son* Wiil ire >ni* In the Federal i igai mg i urn gi aft aru broadly hinter! t tie K - ' Au i** indict n Hied ll* 'I gov*t nm K« qui i >WN Ireland. June 27 I i rn tot M ley, Pm ell a pet aortal re pre tent* XA u d a a• received ti Mf cha ti I of the death of irs Many I Sniedi* ll- # kl- J ll * I‘CHUI IX •• i widely known druggl r at Ban Diego, nigljt. Cal ye? i e rd a v Dr Smedley, who had    If* tx been a resident of San Dp go for tin C dera pa*' 20 > at x, died vest* rda.v t mg a strok* of pnralvM* He v year? old ana wa? a member of t,, >rgp v. Bartram I odg* No 296 i are *    xp- « <ed    In Ii* day    At that    time through diet A v*, •(>. ii Deputy United States I ne v    <»    not al, mav    i eq lest    roil • d ion    of    the    pi i s< nt (* * and    Jut y 6    men ami    three    women    Mr '*    imiit ifed    today    that the    in- '    ta! panel    wfluid    - ompl* *<•    t he st ige of hi    laImii s    bv ton <»trow* I. IU l ilt" xtlnv S en i ii la ted Building pt June 27 - VV -en ted experiment Rf wa* submit! cd to if* irs I* la I im [xi: int test today w:..p hearings began on the first, code of fair < wiper lisp proposed under the Natl -na! Recovery \ •. Nearly I Mkt persons were present in th# Department, of (jommcrc# auditorium when Administrator Hued S Johnson opened pro* reding* designed to fix an agreement under which Mi*’ cotton textile industry could spread employment and pa • higher wages f*»r a shorter working w eek, Johnson devithing th*’ hearing ay 'one i>! the most momentous occasion? of iu kind eve? held * declared the law would tx- administered w • q in lust a ** to nobody '* On tie platform with John <»n wer# the advisory boards representing industry, la bot and t he consumer* Secretary at I abo? Perkins wha lit'mg wt'h the labor gioup in an ex-offtcw f a parity, ‘I he*# group#,'’ sa d Johnson, “ar* * tribui ii to sr*’ that no person w to might fie affected fan say after th# hearings thai anything was don** without regard for the interest* of all Georg# A Sloan president of th# Cotton-T* stile Institute Int was th# first M tues* Sloan, who helped o draft the proposed textile rode for % ♦it hour maximum week and *10 minimum wage, te;»d -ftp .ode TW* I* a crucial fest; for the ne*# deal because it touche* the flattened poeke*book* of every wage earner and alai ;rd prison and berlina# it strike* Continued on I ast fag* ( OI MY Kl HEM EN AT I KI.TONMI.I.E 'A Uh I A A M, of Media It Mn Mary Sn.rules. survive Iii tim* uirv, gut lag hi* term of IHico-gt aft a ilia nee A laige attendance marked th# eely about flit    rue* nig Of th*' I)*-la Wa ie Comity Fire. od* <1 to know    met! * A.v or iation, held last nigh' int x    lh*    names *fi    many    of Hume •.* ho will    th# Franklin public school, in Cheater *1    ire Bulleted    I here    ti    a large number    township The firemen were ti # mail fry ami about I * of the guest* of th- Felton Hose and Chemin *t in Ute weh of ai company AT tyre I fiat if e xpe t iment I dent Roosevelt h VA Rep. I 11 xx nod J Turner, who is associated with defense * oiinsel for the Ragone youth. ( (infinite*! on l ast Pace ROOSEVELT CR X FT HEED FR BV EOC While ti M h* *gh Mi*- jet h# I »rv to a* lf. K ! WO erie ti 1 he v ive ensued as til*' ti be heard downstair* mom The moth r and .-.on were i weakened comifion when pal*-A I d int g the trial Ragone et xrid sobbed continually He wa? e* .>ar.Mv on the verge of ct Ja;# • a ie*.era! time* during th*- te*tirnonv dumped to tile floor Sedative* w* jsrd. The cor on # r s jury that return r verdict consisted of F ten# ( R* Hen* Wa■ ne Ii'-''*. Thomas J Mari')* the jar Wayne P. w *>. < o! lapsed w it iv Ms*- I lid re I VKL TAN S BAY. ! AND Me,, June 27 ■ day h* Id Iii*' Ambet no idem Roo . v cit a boa in this b!**ak and i-**i. I he oust, rolling in for the past .16 hour; lions of holding on un Mr Roosevelt, meat hr-- time to reefing. ROQUF I • p - Fo If ■ in* aik va rn* on pre f th*' de- t peal Amendment a? conli -nil in ne*! on hast page IHI Id IU B ti \M I I*. T. GR or I’ OPPOSES PLAN TO CLOSE SCHOOL Parents of Pupils Attending; Patterson School Protect to Directors Latter to Consider Proposal t♦» St ud Small ( hil-rlren to I rankiin Bldg. evidenr* the Department of Juatie# Thorn## Campbell, of Newtown agent* haye woven aiomid the [*> Square, preaident of th# organtzatiqn, ^........ _    f    #oi#|ice    w a* in charge of the mer ".ne whirl! i lh- A?r * "fr    r” »•# #rme    rn    th# lh* per aor again*'    wiioni tin* bill*    s s* rnnfln#d    to teguiai    roil Mn#    ma'- # na irs or ne    county Seat it    is    re-    whl lie returned are    not only ;e*i-    **..„ ii.,rin»    *h» brief lated thai in the old day*, w lien beer dent* of th!* < ii v. hut in m«nv tow!,-    riiwfnjri    of    having    a    iruilfe World wa8WI* mete banned horn Hic bot .ship* arid borough* thmuglioui the „p/.f)kr>, „ddre** the member* of th# mu«t    fi"    '**    Mi ' tie habit of iv* only county It is * foregone conrlution    nraantranon    hn* her.,    ,,-h    '    ’ .7x1,1    ordering them out of town bu* fol- that certain offleeholdera and many    £ ‘    h7*mcii    I IV h,T, ....... ........ .        .    .        J    .JJ",, WfiitttiR I# a # a rax AIV' mi/1 i i a - i*    .    .    mmt* wfrf s#%rvrd in RLI I MN    REC. \l\>    ,rl‘ their Story to the furor* Borne    h fh , d    Auxiliary    of    th#    hrw.t a*;.- behind CU,’* d tin,,,; only « few    Auxiliary    or    th#    host KY DER LOLE (TP    •“-*    ................ company ake Mf lev *i> I nndnn. I'-''    decidcf * nnnue ny liner to f’.    mouth * I if will arrive about S p rn ice h* will go to l/>ndon ie UPI' d Alite* Mole#    said th    FGUTHI*GRT,    Fug    June    27 {raper men iiere la eager    to par-!* IN.*    <    *•*    .    Britain    won    th*    Rye! >** a energetically    ay jx,    irile    Cup emblematic fit team    *uprema ird achieving reauh*    helpful    to    in golf    from    America today in ration    dramatic    finish    that had    it* clints ie new    United State*    liner which    " hen    Sv *!    Iterbrook,    the    I ngii ght m    <’ t-< it d* *•;*    ii record on    man    b*    >'    Den more    Shute    Amen* ynvagf    making tile    2 760 mile?    in the    final    match    of    th#    day ai i New    York in five    da vs, n ne    t erie* s i. minute*    The    victory    gave    England    the ct iii*-, spoke a't aight for    w'ardly    In    with 6 *    in?    to '*' , bt if t fat* rn# a', ii* i e It ORK MAN H Al I -s ll \P INCIPIENT HI,AZK IN THE WEST KND Lie Am I cr. (lex rye Jiff! ne How * Thomas NM ck D itle One ne Rf >■ col lapser ng the ll lol l learing Id curious < (W conf mrs of I hr ti o - . rfU *« and 'iv# t d rn tiled alb ; d ti ii# the st to I* i ',dw r tw'f ’ OU • w» trover Bcrnadou from I’•** ton bringing N* rnian Davis, chief of the American delegation to the Geneva I? armament Conference for a discussion ■>! the world peace situation, xKNA (lit HOK III It I » 0X1 KINI, Ii A' ’ I NI OKE Md , J me 27 I IP Senator William I* Borah of Idaho was reported bv Johns Hopkins Ho J I? Hi to be rn ak ne a satis-faciot" recovery tod#' from the cineration which he tmderwen’ vc- WASHINGTON, June 27-'UPI A 'In- Tres ury net balance for Jim# t ar* was $066 189 94« 94 Fxprndlture* that sri' dav were $21.107,654 84 Custom* re- th# ceipts for the mot.-n through June Ct< 24 were $18 OOI 681 25    ma ‘ALL kIM AMS DAY’OBSERVED (I >; ira inst the ii-i would mal *upil,f to It a homes next ii. Alroot tv ' I am , d M ,1* (chief of and other de'egni cut * (■ nom ic ami ments a' W spin-In America, ti (U nit r * nee t* reg t he a ay to ? *v -i:t* don and Mi#* worI* Surely a ronfe in which prat fica M I melon ntdell HU ,fi I wit mg# tu a i * port of re Islatlye develop he pf ! onoml# b» mg on *i »he ra e sn* h as fiji* all nation* at#* I onitnu'd *>n I ast Page LEASES Bl ILDINL ON ( HESTER RIKE John Hill, of Varna!} (greet "ho is employed at th*- * pi or Ii * • * 'Jf Con pally'* plan! Second and Pa rn* r st reels,* wa* nightly in lured this morning v?ti»-n a i- *?i-Id on uh < ii lie a .** % fir k ng slipped ft*rn its moor mgr Mr Hill *u*' ain* *1 ** vet a I briish burn* and mrnot bnuses n thy fall 'n the ground He wa* taken to his home af cr receiving lif t aid ttea*o * nt SHOTS HALTED SEARY BANDIT min lie* and other* for nearly an hour, Chat des I re imu* h for mer Mm * owner in "ie western section of the city, • pent ' he long# • • ttine in ' he (hand Jury room. being there for t hour’ It was whispered around the District fire companies of this city corridor* 'n*! Freimuth proved a re- were called mil at IO 17 oclock this calcitrant wltneaa He wa* recalled morning to extinguish a fire in th# dday by Chef A Key#*    Kiln plant of the cur* Chaster Brew- Two surprise visitors In the build- int: Company, Second and Palmer --— at reef s Continued on l.ast Page Th** fne started when ream li ed 'vt x rn r mvci’DT    !°    ■'    !*    hv    "*    •'•tr    in!<> I ll lily I', I IIM r, Iv I    bn • am t rn .« n k;. • *i manner exploded Band was used ny the firemen lo amothei ttie flames IN FIRST \N ARD ,,    „    ,    „    GIVIN    IAI!. NFM FNI K Tti*’ Visrnse Bugle ( orps and Hiring Band of Marcus Hook will g • a William Bode of ’ne moo , o-free mn* * rf <■* toe ground* of the Market *tr* *-t Marcus Hook vsa,y*en-Par. Place Quoit Club, Thursday tented t* ,1b flay* rn lh* county lad evening    follow ny a hearing la t rut** be for# An hi pert ion of the vegetable gar- Mag tat rat# John J O’Donnell of Ma -den* operated bv the unemployed eus Hook on a diunk and disorder* 11 i *■ 111 i»o I , af the club, a» Wet her.ll and chat ye The man, who h».s .served West Mowry street* will ti** made bv several short se ti ten ce# for similar Mayor Wdiiam Ward Jr, Council- i»*, wa* arrested by Patrolman man Walter It Craig. Frederick A Ira Fries in the riverfront section Howard and rcpt* rotative* of Hie yesterday morning, i nester Welfare Council W* 11-know m chester soloist* are * < peeled to give selection* at the public gathering I opicsof I inics rd Ry in 9 James Me-1 augh’.n. I* and Valentine Baker 12. all resident - of West P iladelphia They were playing in the remet cry when they stumbled upon the boriv Patrolman Yobltck who arrested Ragnn* after <v r-. t pi o - * Dr IP Iii- IKK I rot K I mn It ' fter overhearing 'ne boys in about 'he McCloskev [cr, also textified befor* Coroner heeh’e and Magistral Rowe Dr George Carpenter the phvsi* in who examined 'he body mime. pelv after n wa - found mid lr in* st mony the » .a t position n which ♦ ontioued un I.ast Page Ant durini furl h* I he Unit w ill be lr af. IO a : HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (Bx I wifed Frets) AT ARLINGTON TIRK I—Lilt 'lav. "kunner. Repeal, Davor. 'Mmuiavi Little Patriot 3—’burely tack Knife, I iH (ole#* Colonel Sam, 'lr Swift Lad* Kin. J—American B r. 4—Se ne ,S— None 6—"kx Haven. I—-st N'araire 6—- \ o ne, Heather, clear; traik. fatt, 4T I ATONIA ncemenf ha* been made that filly and Aug tai and until notice the District Court of led State*, in Fh - . ion on Wed ne Daylight Saving time for 'EOI MY WELFARE EOI NEIL AIDING Summer Relief Rian for ( hildren, Suggested by Rro«*idenL Approved i moon ? 'I', problem*of the children treef has a! vavs been of pan importance to th* s,2t,1 minded citizen Du# to the conditions exi**-mg sr the wake of the depression the problem t#>oa• i* extremely vital, \ ion r ay become the keynote of the rem rkable fig; t the jk<ipie of the United S’ate air waging against the tnteri *’tonal turmoil of no )©bx Friday # #nin and atarvation and with immediate Representatives of Ten ( lulls Hold Sessions al the P. M. C. K warn* men of IO #: ibt in Mi southeastern Pennsylvania district, "ne curst* *•{ Chester K want* I no yesterday afternoon and ;**t night in observance #>f Al! Kiwanu Day and All    K wanis Night    The **.« bt a- Je pint    tion*    tv district* wer*    held coineideri' vs only    with    th* International    Convention, me for    which opened ■ * *#    in California %.    At J'■>> p rn. the district Rover nm Cannon Hav (ailed the    ■ rr . tives of the ll clubs, together for a bi t*: i *».:*;i *.i • A mique iou* ,i was at ruck het#? bv the committee which arranged the ptutnam which took place on the ground# and in th® buddings of 'ti*' Penns1,. rn.a M I tarv College The meeting w ox attended bv about 30 delegates a- many Wer -prevented from being present o early in Mu day bv busine** engagement* ('.timon Rom announced th# topic for the meeting a* Keeping Up Interest in Our Club During Sumo” r Month? ai d then #;*!!•#: upon the various # ob ofRciai* to tell of sorry* of their plan? The report of th* I - 'n I (tnt limed nu Page I if bt BOG I IVOR KLUS \\ !(.)> » H* CCK H ■ INY t ut mg C telephor a I Vt feet iv# J rairview road an automobile a i rj u, Arthur •ii*! of tooth- Embryo Bad Man Lo c, ( LOI DY WEATHER Nerve When Intended X id im I)ispla> s (,tm t I n ii i Com I * A ii an at* ur band ' vt iwv ..A fir st, a' temp* a' robb* r * qed bv ihe # iaah-* bi* city and is    f,f    3    revolver    wa    an* »he pul {ai es for .ed Mr Hoffman ida pied will be e i is rPi tdenee sn M ,;., Recovery Act s Objective Put Million Work Bx BHK* OLN HI CH JOHN-ON Administrator of the National Recovers A* t WA HINDI ON June 27 Col rig I 19.13 bv Un • *1 P:e; I *:i embarked on n rroriomir a I (int in tied en ! .*»» Page Rf C OVI KING I ROM IN,»| R|| A n An.:. of the 1000 bloc*/ avenue who was injurer las’ when hi* car was truck nv one driven Charles 8 o . Moue action th*v ar* meeting the nerevty Morgan, diner for John Sproq] son cf providing for the vou’h of the <-• the late Governor William C na’ioi.    *    Sptotd. wa.- dl * barged ■* ie:day from I-Od*, iv ' he Delaware Countv W#N ,f“ rh'M*‘! Hospital where tie had fate Council has ?n,[t    ..lt0    been a pati*-n» I' is reported that he with the harmonious organization of iS ’howmg sign? of shadv improvement his injuries not being a? serious a st first feared ] —Double Nugget. Bvphar. Abb' ‘—Miss Adel" I lapper Ann \miliian Moppet, Oetaxia, H«>osier Box -imon, Ch.iuven/t .—Border Patral.    I erg ti*.    Tendril. ': • N Mo:.    U •    ■*' in    A . la* ion Modern Lash.    The primary    movement    that    started I—Bbthe. .Mator I*/ dent. Llashbke, >!f’ bad i ting c me from * - .gt*«. Pompatif, Tommv Bas I. (in’den lion #*f the p .dent if the United -pray, ( apism I    Kob.n    Adair.    State    Dr    j<    n    8    Fvnon, of    |Ud2e WW eager Bird. R.    h    U    *    *    fa    it    the    a    pion    nm* g 'on ft ,.s #. ■ • w ■—Big Business,    lint ta k of g*’■ cg f,ie haT he-n * medical pa* en* m * 7—Gull' lumper.    country into    high    gear    one?    mer*    Cheder    Hospital    since    la" F .ria ( MNDI I JON I 'I PKO) i - pa s— lock Murphy, R*-p#xnd A rather, clear, track, fast ght /plum in trad see much greater b i 'I he tit ’ ob *' live hon person to work program of p bile » i cate put ch * ling p revivirn- business at or d pha*e is for -tween the governme busines to obtain \ unfair COmjKtUl American inc! credi* f#v* ss pa operating with os < p* Th# Mon has problem vextrrdav, identified bv hi? victim, aft#) this morning wtthou* bai! M r court when rn pouf e court b# f* re Michael a Honan Th* g Inman w as id# t Richard Agnew 4'i hotn* J ha? resided in this * i v a IU ha* a lengthy record h* fox leat ion, {»*<.# <• say, Herbert Goings, Ten: . .* M* aflow lane, Ii i< kman V t« ti#laut h' a ga set ice Ninth ar.#} Welsh streets Und#r>»' '»< man -ho tri >______ him a* > a rn *>n June IV :* I a w 'his f* I ow hang!! and eventually he wa ked We;*,}) street I entei * d the shortly afterward* he v ..ow< n,,fj Gcrtng* ost.f,cd ,j‘It*' eommanricd me 'n ’n: (r, hands and hand over * he deal with ’»"f (u''h Kutster remark in ■rf) rn rn- kiUd on* man ii ( he.stei ar any activitic 'I ria* he*ra*e 'n kill you ,t you d< r.ow Ijeen g:v*n    ’ ’^i* you ye fa#e can ne re- Going- th*n -aid that he i On# cif our !#k’h1 restaurant# boa?’.a that ’ is air-cooled    Just another IOO    IRF    V    TODAY    '■ P !n th# movement    aga n • vest* shops cli ■ -We now expect an in-vHah* ti for a sandwich > I ;■ • clo id? ak lea a * /• jy* # dieted    ... today    and    tomorrow    probably    with    Stenographers have    long been ac. led raftered thundershower* each after- * i*ed of being careless about their th** noon ii eastern pennsvl’ mia New '{felling B’J a close observer at th# Jct r>% Delaware and Maryland Lit- entrance rn th# Croaser building lava Me change in temper iture I* expected they ar#* - en. < ireful abo';’ their fig-Th# high' ' temperature here yes- urea. eld '*,rd,i'. wa* 8,1 a’ 110 p rn . and the    -------— low#    wa*    71    at 6 30    a    re,    Weathering storms    off ’he Mam# Sunrise today was at A34 a rn and ™a*t must have been pie tm th# sunset will be a* 6 94 p rn., eastern President, considering the storms h# daylight saving time.    has weathered since March 4. J ob-hunting college graduate* should no* pc discouraged John D. Rockefeller’s grandson has just sue. o*ded n finding a » x*. it h th# Standard Od Co of New Jersey here Id be fled a ’ e CHESTER MAN KIHEI) IN ( RASH h is of    such vital    interest    t P*: on in th* United State* iring the war American inbuilt nted a    odd    front    irs conquer 1 he na t ion *    problem National Reco.cry A ‘ we have M eq .a1    pow    "J to    cot • to!    in • -v But I ran predict th.** we shiv will seldom have *#? use this ,#l# ntified cd to rob und n Ex-President Hoover ha* bets named librarian at Blandford Uni* Hurled I rom Auto    Which    verity, which    leads one to    wonder if his long experience .n trying to Si dp Vt I ppd I nick    Near    balance the budget will prove    of va lu# .    •• i n- *    in his new job    of keeping the books. Elkton, Md., today An increase in apple cions for ,    .    '    i.    u    j    —    J    .    ' bib charters is reported Proof that * ( hf ft man -x;t' k-    i,!ld !%0    beer promotaa    aociabtiity. companion* critically injured when an ■* immobile n wh: I* id? " :p< Q r\ near F •i h • n they a ere nick on the niaxin Md at *i a rn. pen I won t do a red he i if; a • I lie Weather to pi *    Flank    P    Keefe    M    WIINGTON    June    V    feather t * of the 200 block Ma *vc? street He forecast: wa. -* V. urn- racketeer and on* lantern Penn-vlvama — Partly the witnesses ii penned to testify Gaudy with local showers and than. he C an11nued an f ag# Light factor;.; ; ais morning rut r^por^d ** h* recovering i&tis- r*]r:*r%n*% Bu* bt* TP* TAf fo# >d n- (o - o; et    t effort The? '*•’* *P n ' »fi *■    ’’ie    f de . (,, md Ju • sn 'he aerator—* tonight or Woinesdajr ut ; r.o problem **f moral or physical reached foi hi? own revolve*    /    r?    into    vice    condition*    in    this    south and east portion*; slightly la’ Rude    suspect    noticed this he pointed county    warmer in extreme a est portion to. I think that * *n if never had revolve! at th# attendant and Th#* injured are: Charles Powell, of night. I cl d»-pi * rn in s. country we    th* trigger    clicked,    bu’    fa    ed    to    ex-    t he HOO blo* I«m.. ll Mr*" *    Wilmin -    VYestera    Pennsylvania—Generali# would eventual have com# to a re-    plod#    nm. Del H** is in the Wilmington    fa§r> slightly    warmer    in    extreme    east ad iNtm*-nt of American industry It He then fi*-d pursued bv Going! General Hospital with a skull frat. por|j„n :inq slightly cooler along th# . . ,,,, n    ex .aion between what who Ared tw * stints af"    fie* t.g ♦* and in‘*ut.;il in june) and is no:    tonight; Wednesday, partly we prod Me and our power to buv and    figure    expo* ted to live. John    Sweeney,    cloudy. to con It which eau * • and pro-    Agnew    was    a bai    arraigned    for a vee-    who?" address is recorded    by WU*    '*    ~ (t ■{) ■ f.    ond hrtnni rgcr; wtM * #* fief . inn J - Mi e a: t i mot (yen ;*\    IUD ti'* Ti M PEK.VTI KL Now for the fit M time, we have a    of two linoleum rugs from a Duck    Cl:# der,    is in the    (ante    hospital    re. chance to keep produ< lion and pur-    'parked on * lh' across from the Che*-    reiving    treatment    for    internal    in-    6    a.    rn. .....66    11 a    rn ...... 74 *■■ a .ting powr r more clearly in '#*p    ?cr Time? building on I ghth street    lune?    7    a    rn  TO Noon ....... 78 w ea*-h other And ever*. American D'tertives -av n# Hun:*’- 'hi? the#* The ca: s ,• .s drive:' bv K eef* p*>h*r Pam ..... 7! . p rn ...... 78 Id fee] ;t hi* d !' perm;turd to obstruct a program ‘he program succeed. to help make On 'n.? charge fie wa? held in $500 i bail for court,    * 9 a. rn. 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