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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - June 29, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE MONTHS KND1NG DECEMBKR 31 1932 2O3 28 FINAL EDITION With All Latest and News of the Day 57TH 17632 Daily Leased Wire Reports of United Press UP and International News Service INSl CHESTER JA THURSDAY JUNE 29 1933 TWENTYTWO PAGES PRICE TWO CENTS U S INDICTMENTS EXPECTED TOD A Y IN COUNTY PROBE Rumored That Approximately 90 Residents of ARBUCKLE ONCE MOTION PICTURE IDOL DIES AT 46 Slightly 111 for Two Heart Attack After N Y Party LEADEKS N FRANCE MENACES TELLS PROBERS County Will Be Implicated in Operation of j Known as Fatty Kecausc Rum Ring and Other Crime Activities Special Prosecutor to Continue Probe After Amount of Evidence Is Sup plied by Large Array of Witnesses of His Wciffhl Tipped Scales at 240 at Death Indications early his afternoon a he Federal Build ing were that the indictments would he returned between 2 and 3 p m today The government fireworks may be shot off today when upwards of 60 residents of this county are expected to be indicted by the Federal Grand Jury in Philadelphia The list of those who will be named in the presentment it was rumored today includes men high in the political life in this county ward leaders police officials and others Today will mark the end of the first chapter in the big expose of a political alliance with rum runners bootleggers and other law violators j asserted to have wrung tribute from j racketeers who were police protection Chct A Keyes brilliant young At torney General who is prosecuting NEW YORK June J9CUP Roscce Fatty Arbuckle once me of the most celebrated personalities of the motion pictures died at about 200 a hi today of a heart attack Arbuckle had been slightly ill or two weeks but had continued his work at Warner Brothers studios where he was making two reel comedies in a comeback attempt He was 46 years old Arbuckle was at the top of thc movie heap in 1921 when Virginia Rappe a show girl and actress died during a drinking party in aSan Francisco hotel He wns tried but i acquitted on a charge of man slaughter but the circumstances of lhe girls death and the sensational details brought out at his trial barred him from motion pictures Arlminictrutnr unlil lasl when Warner Brothers dun i agreed to repopularizc the fallen idol Warns Thai If Musi Mr Hc wls wcl1 long lhe return road M drills mat 11 IMUSI movic popularity at the moment Shorter 40HOUR WEEK HIT BY JOHNSON Inrlncf ril industrial draft a WASHINGTON June promised The Government warned American i industry today that it would have to j n i feature picture for Arbuckle had been give labor a shorter work week than contemplated his manager said j of his death his manager said today Smiling in Uic fare nf a liflicuH tusk four leaders in lhe ilhe picture completed yesterday I code the rollan textile industry itf pirtiincl as hey uttcniirii the first Howve Been appeared so well hearing before the National KecovWy Administration in IVashlncton Left im preview that Warner Brothers had to ripbt Secretary of Frances Perkins Henry Wondhnuse chairman llrrovrry Coin Ornrral HuRh SJohnson administrator ot NnUoBi James Pecora Brings Out That No ash Passed Hands for thc Same Hanker Paid No Income Taxes for Three Years Sustained losses WASHINGTON June Mystery of 1030 transactions which established a loss of and wns i factor in eiiiblins Otto H Knhn to avoid income In Hint year wns dispelled In piul today when Ihe banker told Senate Stock Market investigators Uiat he disposed of Ihe securities lo Ills daughter Mrs Minid E Mnrrlot Were these stocks sold directly lo your daughter and not through nny exihniiRc asked Ferdinand Pecora commitec counsel i Yes said Knhn j Under petstslenl questioning Knhn revealed he had sold stocks to his daughter or other members of the family ut the end of other tax years Kvery year asked Pecora I am not certain how frequently Krim re tilled Tile banker siild lhe sale December 30 1MO was in connection with crea tion nf a new trust fund for Mrs Mnrrlot explaining Unit she executed an assignment of the stocks return Ing them to him In Miirch 1931 but that for purposes connected with the trust fund the assignment wns dated K Itvrns of Soufli December 31 1030 thc day after the PARLEY USHOLDS OUT ON CURRENCY Economic Conference in London Brought to Crisis by Threat of Adjournment Proposal If Stabilization Is Not Agreed Donald Fears Personal Message to Roosevelt America Announces No Prospect of Tempo rary Change Even on the If Depreciation Annoys France It Is That Na tions Arrayed Against Foreign Bloc the case was in his office on the tenth tllc 40hour maximum proposed for i possibly a picture on j floor of the Gimbel building Phila textiles i Millions in which Arbuckle starred delphia throughout the night dictati Administrator ing lo stenographers who worked in I pplavc Tn thp snmp nfTiro uilVi Mr Hush S Johnson i before his downfall In the same office with Mr relays Keyes E government investigatin Those who will be named in the bill prepared will not be known until the presentment is handed up to Fed eral Judge George A Welsh who called the jury of 18 men and three women for service last March Mr Keyes spent little time in the Last night Arbuckle and his third i Knhn said he sold the block of five 25 DEAD OF HEAT iNEWRRJOBFOR OVER THE NATION IVAN B SINCLAIR Dvernment investigating forces j i Broadway ite where securities 33SO shares ci walking a hearings on a code j wife celebrated their first wedding his daughter lit the market price for cash but that ncilhcr cash nor i check passed belwccn Jicin Tim pay ment wns mndc by a transfer of credit on the books of Kuhn Loeb i hf u believed that he BOY FALLS INTO RIVER DROWNS Nelson Stevenson Was Playing on Third Street Bridge Nelson Stevenson 13 of 212 KerlliV street wtis drowned in Chester River last nifiht nbout H15 oclock when he fell from the Third street bridge into the stream The boy who wns fitllv dressed hud climbed over the railing nnd was the planks on the outer of the spun vvhrn he lost Ills LONDON June brought the World Economic Con ference to a grave crisis today with nil ultimatum that if 1 currency stnblliwition agreement Is not ef fected within one week she would propose the conference adjourn in definitely The seriousness of the situation ivns emphasized by a later American announcement thai there was no prospect of even temporary stabili sation of the dollar In the near luture It was reported In the confcrcncs lobbies that Ramsay MacDonald British Prime Minister and chair man of the conference fearing dis aster had sent a persona message to President Roosevelt urging that hn take immediate steps toward stabili zation for the sake of the balance and plunged headlong into II wns disclosed that Washington under the national industrial rccovj they played cry administration i Return A 40hour week in industry sen crally wollld not scratch llle surface ing lo the hotel at midnight they retired Immediately Later Mrs nf rf lndustry Arbuckle arose and discovered Ar bucklc was not breathing She summoned the house physician Dr Kenneth I Hoffman who him dead after about 30 minutes and his was taken by Michael J S Stoney an assistant U S District Attorney The Greater part of the days session was devoted to summarization of the testimony of the 57 witnesses Government investigators openly admit that they were dumbfounded by the vast amount of evidence they secured concerning the daring and brazen manner in which some of the human leeches bled the little fel lows The inquistorjal panel has also been literally the weight of evidence presented during the past twelve days For this reason todays present ment will conclude only the first phase of the drive against those who directly or indirectly have bccn touched by the ramifications of the conspiracy to defeat justice This was explained Yesterday ty Mr Keyes Following Independence Day next Tuesday the jury will reconvene to in which he could even receive for consideration a code proposing n 40 hour week Industry and labor have nearly concluded presentation of their con flicting recommendations for a trade agreement under which the textile FIRST CARGO SHIP Little Relief Seen by Former Chester Man Spe WcaUicr Bureau Pacific Coast Cool l WASHINGTON June cial Airent Other P R U Changes H H Garrifiues general supcriii Arbuckle had made six short utile relief from the record M me Renernl suneriii comcdics for Warner Brothers in the Jmic lendenl of the Eastern Pennsylvania Ilpat wave blnnkstinj most of thc rnnomi r Continued on 1ast Tuenlv The hearing turned today to the consumers attitude toward the pro posed 40hour week and mini mum wage Maintenance THROUGH THE CANAL Major Robert A Logan of the Pan American Airways and Henry Hubcr of standards Pesld9nl of Marcus Hook Borough tnc GenRIal Chemical Com f the the congressional committee of National Womans party Commending the fact that the proposed textile code draws no dis tinction between men and women Miss Younger added There are before this board codes of other industries which provide unequal wage scales as between men and women In dealing with them Continued on Twenty Wfi llrgC that the PrinciPle Continued on I ase Iwentj pay worf adhcnd o and that in the case of different kinds of work the vnge be based upon the nature of the work nnd not upon the sex of the worker Exemption of certain classes of workers from the minimum wage ROAD STAND SCENE OF ROBBERY TODAY Several hundred dollars in loot steamer coming through the Delaware and Chesapeake Canal with a cargo Re cently I wo othor foreign steamers came through Lhe canal from Balti more onroiite to Philadelphia but both were in ballast The Jelling which procdcedcd to Philadelphia carried an airplane and equipment which will be unloaded at Labrador to be used by the Colonel Lindbergh expedition to Greenland of which Major Logan is technical director General Division of the Pennsyl vania Railroad with headquarters nt Hiinisburg will succeed Heibert M Carson general superintendent of Trite but nevertheless accurately trie Central Pennsylvania Division nt and Company A Trcnsury Department llftltl agent challenged the transaction In April 1032 but Ihe Htirertii of Internal Rev enue held it to be lenltinuite Knhn continued and ordered tlxat the de duction remain Pecora emphasized the fact that no cash changed hands Mrs Mnrrlol said Knhn paid the full market value for the stocks and that she fully approved the dcnl weather bureaus at most strategic i points hung out continued warm signs Some of the transaction Knhn failed to remember he said describing the situation the old phase it isnt lhe heat Its the hu summed up weather condi tions i The heat claimed 25 lives n six Willinmsport when he retires July 1 it was announced today by the rail road along with several other per sonnel changes J A jsimcral lenflcnt of states Ohio led tendcnb of the V Lake Division a I tics Illinois had five Pennsylvania Cleveland Garrigues four Michigan and Kentucky thrccTRm nis postwHl be taken by F U each and Indiana two i Dobson general superintendent ot Lake reczes gave Chicago an trie Philadelphia terminal division ovcrniphi respite from the intense I ij c White general superlnlcnd henf but COUNTY LEGISLATOR ON COMMITTEE warned World Fair vlsllcrs warmer wearthcr impfndcd forecaster C11L the Eastern Division at Pltts that I biiish will succeed Dobson Hn in turn will be succeeded at Pittsburgh Only the Pacific coast enjoyed j bV HT Pnishour superintendent temperate weather and cooling of tiic stLouis Division at Terre breezes San Francisco at 10 a m Haute Ind whose post will RO to had a temperature of 58 while Los superintendent of thc Angeles reported 62 Conlljiuril on JICP T TAKES CHURCH CONTROL BERLIN June INS With Chancellor Adoll Hitler s of A bnennrty stair on fhe verge of reali zation the Nnzl party took over nd ministration o all Protestant HKLEN WILLS VINES WIN AT WIMBLEDON Injurcd his lirarl and ivns stunned when he struck he river bed as the tide wns low at the time Bernard Mnrgolls of Wost Ninth street a passerby saw the boy fall and called to some boatmen He Inter summoned Lhe rescue squad of the Frnnklin Fire Company of which the boys father Andrew F Steven son Is nn nctivc member The firemen recovered the body after a half hours unvppling nnd the members of the rescue squad worked with nn Inhtilnlor until the arrival of the ambulance of the Chester Hospital In which the boy wns rushed to the hospital where internes worked for a hnlf hour more before pro nouncing him dead The was removed from the hospital to the morgun ot Deputy Coroner White Third nnd Nnrrls streets Young Stevenson pupUjn the Frnnklin public Frnnkfln churches in Prussia today The Rev Ludwlg Mueller army chnplnlii who was appointed Prusstnn church commissnr by the Chan cellor issued a proclamation stating he had taken over entire control of the Prussian churches Logansport Division Washington was a victim of the i G ETS 1A I L TERM NationaTcaplta swelspecfal dutr j the Philadelphia of 10 tering at 03 dcerces at 10 n m Over wns advanced to the supcrin the mountains was almost as in Pennsylvania it hot It was 87 in tendency of the division nnd Ivan B Sinclair superintendent a Pittsburgh 81 111 Hantsburg and 81 in Philadelphia1 Quaker state crops i ln llle Pittsburgh division formerly city becomes a special agent of the vice president in FOIl CONSPIRACY NEW Thomas YORK Patrick June Morris Brooklyn house painter convicted of conspiracy including a cash register was stolen provistons of the proposed cotton i from a road stand at Brandywine t textile code was criticized todry by i ur Summit conducted by J Smith early Mlss LllcJ R Mason general snore officers of the Senate i several days at least Nbrwalk near i Oeecnhclincr superintendent 1 lrtr f Ohio baked under 100 degree terni HARRIS3URG Pa June pcratures with no relist ahead for charge nf the Central Rcyion at to oblnin n share of thc Wendel Estate was sentenced today this morning The thieves gained entrance to building by forcing open the front door In addition lo the cash regis ter which was found in the woods tary of cague the National Consumers Miss Mason said the code as drawn by the cotton textile industrywas in conflict with the intent of the p K on the farm of John G Congleton I National Recovery Act about miles from the scene the robbery a large quantity of cigars cigarettes and candy was taken According to residents in the neighborhood who said they heard and House today announced the lopLake Erie reported 101 and Lima llle WilkesBarrn division at Sun islative representatives who are lo Napoleon in Western Ohio followed ryr t b5fomc superintendent of attend the regional conference on j with 100 Wilmington and Toledo rei V10 rolcdo Division and C C Grove uniform truck legislation to be held ported 38 MA here October 18 to 21 Senators William C Himsickcr Philadelphia and Joseph R Ziescn heim Erie havebeen designated by QT A T1 A1E1AIT11 tic Senate and Representatives O i xY J IMiryi l Thomas Weidemann Delaware and The heat has claimed three lives in two days in Detroit where at 10 a m the mercury stood at 87 It division engineer on the Panhandle division was promoted to the supcr intcndency at Sunbury J C PofTenbcrger superintendent a noise resembling the breaking of j said today Representative Eihvood J Turner Harry H Brennan Lycoming are the lo thc was 8fi at Indianapolis and as hot In r the Maryland division at WilminR Louisville where thc State Agriculture ton bccn named engineer of Department reported severe damage i maintenanceof wayof the Lake di i i i VI Clnrt wrl 11 G vision will be succeeded by G S glass about the robbery was committed 4 oclock An automobile was There has been wide newspaper j comment on the fact that I have be heard to start up a short time after i come associated as counsel in the de the noise was heard County detec fense of Richard Ragonc charged House members selected Thc conference is 43oiisorcd by American Legislators ln Iowa All The drought and hrat wave wereWcst superintendent of the Erie nnd broken by spoiled but heavy rainfall j Ashtabula division at New Cnstle Pastern half of the j Wests position will be taken by C W tion It is expected tives from IB states and the District of Columbia will attend siaiors Assocn i tint TrnreseniT state had rains last night thc heaviest I Norl wno Wils flvanced from arid Mhc Dlstrirt at Kcokuk with 5P8 inches More i oiviilon ciiKinner of the Pittsburgh Uvcs were notified and began an in with murder It is true that I have vestigation i rarely accepted criminal cases and 1 YOLIVA SEES 7YEAR rain wr in sight DCS Molnes re ported 75 degrees EARTHQUAKE HIT case t r TiTTmr i t XTrM When I was asked to take the AljbU 1 lAiN IblvAiN 1O case I refused Subsequently the par DUTCH HARBOR A series quakes starting at rocked the Southern but caused no damage The quakes were still being forhis corded several hours after lhe first disturbance The tremors apparently were due to new volcanic activity which had been i thj expected early this summer in the acj live range of Aleutian Mountains stretching from the mainland to p A IXTlilP V PTfPQT Unimak Island on which the turbu l lent volcana Shishaldin is located i HAY BE SFMZEI DROUGHT COMING Kansas City and St Iouls reported ailnounccd 8R iegrees 11 was cooler in Denver division Several other changes also were RKCOMMKNOKH FOR IORS WASHINGTON June era lure of 72 degrees tor a hipri of OR yesterday New York was one of the humidity sufferers with n tnripraturc of 30 sylvania for the post the Federal Home the state with hcTd Philadclphln Clarcnre Somerset was recom branch manager at David P Cox of Essington was Harrlsburg and Lcvt D Lichliter also the So acute will the wheat shortage ACTOR i township man were made by G A of 424 West George street HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY tJnlttd NEW YORK June Skinj arc ner observed his seventyfifth birthi Cox Is of withholding rents frrim day with P rehearsal of a collected lor the building ant loan AT LATONIA Lady Rene Leap Playshoot Vonnis Dorothea AVinc Mfss Cnivcrse Smear Eleanor M Harry Hieovcr Marytime Sixty Weather clear trark fast ARLINGTON PARK play association nn properties Over The noted actor reflected on his a period of two years Jackson claims 56 years on the stage Ihrrc is from Cox thc sum of Retire I get moldy If r stop inc My life is the Ihralre and Ti to Eo down fiehtineI dont COUNTY BOY LOSKS o much to do Left NEW YORK June INS I Emelia Tcrsini British waitress who i knocked out Primo Camera with a i right to the heart when Dan Cupid i was the third man in the ring bobbed Up today to cause her big boy pal ipitations of the purse I While da precm is attempting to ward off Jack Sharkcys blows lo Miss Tersinis American at torneys will be attempting to seize the Italians shars of the Yesterday she raussd the S14 which she obtained acahut Democratic committee today was iri his district Camera in English courts in a suit formally sworn as collector of ini Tri childs cyo had to br removed i f or breach of promise to hr entered Irrnai revenue for the First New i t the Delaware County Hospital as i ujion the records of the county clerks Jersey district j a result of a firecracker exploding i t jn his facc He uas pl8ying wlln he fell Pox dlntl fn lo an indeterminate term not exceed WlMBUiDON KDIJ June AmeiicaK lending contestants in the Wimblcdnu tennis championship nd vnnccd with case today Mrs Helen WillsMoody battlinc to retain her singles title and equal the record of Suxanne Lcnglcn by holding it six times bowled over Miss Mary Hcelcy of England 12 81 Kllswntth Vines defending nhiiin plon defeated R Mlkl of Jupan In de had tentatively offered France dollar stabilization on conditions believed connected wllli war debts but Franco had flatly rejected the oflcr Wash ingtons attitude was now represented as beliiR that lf thc depreciation of thc dollar discommodes France is Frances own fault The Announcements from Francs nnd the United States brought con sternation lo delegates of the World Conference that met here 17 days ago in high hopes of taking early nc to lift the world out of its presslon Ucvclalion ot the ultimatum cli maxed a scries of secret meetinyi among delegates at the same tima that the world ww rending of thr fluctuation of currencies Lhe slnrtllng decline ddllar whichAmcriciin exporters were able to offer their goods more cheaply Coincident were reporta that all Europe might be forced offthe eold on Twenty stundard vV EvcnU began moving fast late yes terday Neville ChRniborlRin British chan cellor of the exchequer and exponent of war debt default was wonover to nld of continental EliropcKh na sets R2 fi1 Bt Belly Ntithtiil Kritish feated Joan Rldlry of ICnuland Bl 1K three years In the pinitcntiary General Sessions Judge Moinr j 1 sentence lor mvj vi j Kllsvorth Vinos lefciitiliiRhis sln downed R Mlkl Japanese on the plea of coiiiiKc or Wrnir that he had new evidence Hc said Morris still believes himself to be the son of John Gottlieb Wendel Thc late John Gottlieb was the brother of the la Is Ella Von E Wen del last of her line NOT THK JACK was n crowd in Justice Rays court for the new had gone nround that Jock Johnson wns be there The mime of the old Negro fighter was still a rlmtnpion en plain American 64 61 national short work of Miss N Trentham of England defeating ior fi2 61 Clifford Slitter nf New Orleans also advanced defeating Gottfried Von Ornmm of Gernmny 63 64 97 Lester Stoefcn of California bent Dill Powell of KligliiDd 62 84 G2 W L Ercese formerly of Harvard and W f Ryan of Australia won a flrsl round doubles match over thc British team of J F C Lysaght and A G C King C3 36 G0 drawing card even In a court room But It wasnt THE Jack Johnson It P M C CAD FIT was just a poor Negro boy by the same name who had bccn hailed j Into court by his wife on a charge of deserting his children JOES TO WEST POINT TRY THIS SOMETrMi SARASOTA you WiUii to get a thrill out of deep sra fishing try out the stunt pulled by Firrt C Rohn here Hnrt fitted an old izar can with two inflated inner V Clyde Starr member of the sophomore class at Pennsylvania Mili tary College will enter West Point Military Academy Saturday for the four year course A telegram wns re ceived late yesterday from the War Departmentthat he was designated as thf successful candidate for ndmls Continued on Twenlj THUNDER SHOWERS AGAIN FORECAST Thunder showers are probable dny nnd tomorrow with much change In temperature In Eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey and Maryland highest temperature here yes terday wns 81 degrees nl 6 p m and the lowest wns 71 at 8 a m The average of 78 was four degrees above normal for the date but two degrees below the average June 28 last year Maximum tcmpernturc for the date is established in J821 and minimum 55 In 1005 Sunrise today was at 535 a m and sunset will be at 834 p m Eastern dnyllght saving time Topacs of Times The observing gossip of the county courthouse says that scandal ti equipped with a selfstarter but has no brakes Returning vacationists say that next to home the worst place is to be away Now that the sunburn season 11 here maybe that noise one hears at the beach is the peeling of the belles A girl in Wisconsin fried an egg In front of a bank during the recent hot NI WILII III 1 ini lui v41 j in ntntio tubes wrapping them around the can lo 10 government service school Then he j from county to support it in the water put out his line noon He successfully landed the KAIIKOA1 MAN DIAD rFHGHTON Pa June 29 notified to froxcn assets in the bank Thc man who boasts that 32 beer goes to his head probably o voij reI the principal and first alternate failed to I It is a matter of simple justice no make the grade he was promptly dOubt that an auloist who attempts 1 to burn up the road often lands in route to thf Chambprsburp Hospital J tre of Jacob Kunkle followinLIhe mishun lair yesterday i 73 of He suffered a heart 1I i J i atlarfc A railroad career of 57 years with i The youiiK man i a snn of Mr and rhE Coo cr the Ichigh Valley came to an rntl toi Mrs Frank Starr of Twentyfourth Hc had in cimp sveral weeks INTKFtRST RATK CIT day 7ith thc death of Jacob Kunkle I and Crosby a nephew of Col 111 onel ClarTiro Starr and a cousin of HARRISBURG paid prr cent State Treasurer P Juno 2500 A number of the chaps who ex pect to get hooked in the big Col Frank 1C Hyatt president and i must be former foolbal plavers They commandant of Pennsylvania Milljcan often be see in a huddle tary College Iast evening he was i fefpl busy as were his parents re English is a funny language reiving thc conRratulations of the thing thats stale Is said to be spoiled inny friends OKT WAGfi KOOST TARRNTUM Pa June 2R EYE BY ny mends chUd ls was announced today by i by f thfit COUNTY I ON i usurer Charles A Bracki Shopping wither wife is a fool iMARlLANO OUTING lsh custom Wricn shes shopping j you should be working Members of thr Delaware County j seize CAMDEN N J June 20UPI Twoyearold Dennis Caller of hv th Poarrt purse Harry L Maloney Mayor of Bellmawr i Drcxel Hill wa Htrrl today as thc Ir nnCV n nnr IN J and member of th gta IP i first victim of firnworks this scsron i AMBASSADOR INt nn inKCLiip nrrosiniA a urirrrpni inactive accounU are afTccted bv the reduced rate I INtllRKt June SIR BASIL NOT OKA Movie Dody Gacrie Rock Try Wrighi Connel Sun Thorn Ion Time Double Heart Cabama Xapamu Shoot Uforrrte Bool Weather cioodj track oflice here j BOVD ISSCE APPROVED j The Department fairs at Harrlsbun a bond issue borough school district I seriously injured today according to ELEVATED AS JUSHOP PURIF June 2ft mr Raqir51 report appearing in a Paris nnws ftf and Judge Albert Dutton The Weather NEWARK N J June at Monto Carlo his secretary told A second accident occurred during International News Service today l Proceeds of the bond issue are lo be nsed to pay expenses ot the district HEADS ROTARY BOSTON June Nelson of Montreal life insurance executive has bern elected president of Rotary International by unanimous vote ana Rufus F Chapin of Clii cago hsu been reelected treasurer 81382238 to the rank of Bishop of Syracuse loday in a solemn ceremonial at tended by scores of dignitaries of the American hierarchy U S TREASURY BALANCE WASHINGTON June Treasury balance as nf 27 Expenditures JI2 83519119 CuMoms receipts burning his face CHESTER MAN KORRED man by telephone voday H i RR rcAXE TR INI n AD BOAT REPORTED MISSING j town Md located on lhe North East lonight Friday PORT OF i Trinidad PITTSBURGH June 20 olice sought tflday a thief who stole sht excrctsinc machines from thti scene of disastrous havoc today after automobile of A L Baxter 419 West j a hurricane hit the region Comj jmunication lines were down and WOODS HOLE Mass June 30foot power boat C4733 which left FiJmouth harbor in fos of six persons was reported missing River local showera Pfnn and ONE OF TEACIIEKS was the KCRANTON HOME ROMRED tiuncKrstfrms not change in tcmpcralure Pennsylvania Partly with local showers and than and in extreme not much i Presbyterian Church Third in of the su Italian and Fulton streets yesterday The name of Miss Mary Sileo of West Tenth street one of the tcach was unintentionally in s large sample case SCHANTON Pa June A dynamite blast early today partly jers in L fields wrre rrrinced to shamWcs wrecked the home of Louis Banner omitted from the list when annotmce wereiThrt hurricane tore the from j superintendent of the PitUston Coal mcnt o the school opening was made i many homes company here No one was hurt Monday TODAYS TEMPERATURE 6 a m 7 a m 8 a m P a m 10 a m 70 It a m 70 Noon 72 1 p m 2 p m 14 77   

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