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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - June 30, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE MONTHS ENDING DECEMBER 31 1932 FINAL EDITION With AH and Best Newt of the Day 5TTH 17633 Dally Leased Wire Reports of United Prow UP InUrrutlonil News Service INS CHESTER PA FRIDAY JUNE SO 19K3 TWENTYTWO PAGES PRICE TWO CENTS 149 OVERT ACTS CITED BY JURY IN INDICTMENT Long List of Graft Pay ments Related in Lengthy Presentation Names of Collectors and Payers Listed Rum Car goes Specified NEMESIS OF COUNTY RUM RING The indictment against the 96 named yesterday reads as follows IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES OP AMERICA FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA INDICTMENT UNITED STATES OF AMERICA EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENN SYLVANIA AT PHILADELPHIA ss The GRAND JURORS of tlv UNITED STATES OF AMERICA duly and legally selected summoned and drawn from tlie body of the Eastern Districtof Pennsylvania and duly and legally empaneled sworn and charged to inquire of and con cerning crimes and offenses against the United States in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania at Phila delphia Pennsylvania and inquiring for said District upon their oaths present and charge that John J McClure Louis Abrams Charles AHschuler Ed Bass John F Bauer John Bcssinger Adam I Bonkoski James Burns Bennie Car1 rafa Joseph Chivaralotti Frank Gil liberti John J Cohill Frank Cone i Steve Colleti Joe Colleti Thomas I F ConferFrank DAmato Dick Dele hanty Cameron Donato Samuel De aw W NELSON TRUAX IS SENTENCED TO SERVE 2 TO 5 YRS Hank Was Convicted of Embezzlement Pleas for Leniency Are Rejected Must Pay Fine and Costs Paul Rosa DC Santos James Dervin Former Official in Local Joe Doblitz John Dolan Neal Don nelly James F Dougherty Ben Evans William J Falls Tom Fen nell Mike Fedonvitz Abe Fcinberg George S Fisher James J Foley Andy Frank Morris Frank alias Morris Gold Charles Freimuth Ed ward S Fry William FullertonJr Charles P Gallagher Harry Gins berg John Grayson D D Hlgbee George Hoagland Jr Arthur B Holden William Jonss Mike Leary R Robinson Lowry John J Lut trell Fred MacDowcll Tim McCarey Jack McClure William McClurg Thomas McComb Arnold MacNeal David B Mccnan Jirnes Meli Tod Moore John Murphy Harry Mysak Chris Nacarelli JefT Newman Moe Newman Zeke Parker Carl Peter son William Purdy Patrick Quinn Bert Reading Eugene Reardon Howard M Reese Joe Reikel Edgar FEDERAL WARRANTS SERVED TODAY ON 96 INDICTED IN PHILA BY JURY PROBING COUNTY LIQUOR RING LIST OF THOSE FACING TRIAL IN RUM GRAFT Political Leaders and Smaller Fry Scurrying for Legal talent Bail in Excess of Asked for of Trial Is Indefinite Authorities State KING OUSTED BY SUPREME COURT FROM PA P S C Refused to Quit Office After He ing1 Removed by Governor Pinchot Continued on Paje Fourteen NAMED CHIEF JUSTICE OF DELAWARE STATE WILMINGTON Del June Laytun attorneygen eral of Delaware was named chief justice of the state Supreme Court today by Governor C Douglas Buck Layton succeeds Justice James Pennewill The governor reappointed Chan cellor Josiah O Wolcott in chancery court and Associate Judges W Harrington and Charles S Richards in the Supreme Court A special session of the state legis lature will assemble at Dover on Monday to consider confuTnation of the appointments which are for 12 years Sentence of two to five years in the County prison and payment of a fine and costs of prosecution was pronounced upon W Nelson Truax this morning at Media by Judge John M Brobmall after he had con ferred with his associates Judge W Roger Froncfield and Albert Dutton MacDade The two attorneys defending Truax who was charged with embez zlement fraudulent conversion false entries and false pretenses James L nankin and John y aii urget Truix be ex tended leniency to the extent bt not being required to serve aprisonsdii lence however both pleas were re Chet A Keyes special assistant U S attorney general wbn drcccrt he Grand Jury investication which resulted In a conspiracy Indictment yester day against Slate Senator John 1 McClurr his political followers and scores of minor officials and hootlcgitcrs is shown center Aljcft William K Duii ijan special ngcnl in charge of the Prohibition Bureau of the Department of luslice in the Eastern Pennsylvania riistrlci Dunigan rtircclcd the inquiry from Il inception Icn months ajto and Myron M CafTcy at richl was his chief man INVESTIGATION William E Dunigan and Myron M Caffey Have Records From a desk in the Government KEYES RECORD ONE BEST Special P ro s c c u t o r Smashed Hilton Ring AKCS Hard Work Well known in the Middle Wcsl jccted by the court In entering his I offices on the tenth floor of the Gimi as an aggressive prosecutor Chet A Order Puts Cost on De fendant Goodnough Re named by Executive The State Supreme Court in Phil adelphia in an opinion written by Chief Justice Frazler today ordered that Dr Clyde L King chairman of the Public Service Commission be removed from office Dr King was removed from the j Public Service Com mission by order i of Governor Gilford Pinchot ing lo leave his office Dr King ap pealed lo the Supremo Court The courts order read Demurrer of the defendant I overruled and given against defendant andhe is ordered Delaware County residents nnnicci In the Grand lury presentment fol low State Senator John J McClurc Eugene F White clerk of the House of Representatives and righthand man of State Senator John J Mc Clurr nlso lender of the Eighth ward O N Smith chief of Delaware county detectives Edward S Fry city collector county taxes nt Chester who sue1 ccfded Wlllinm T Knmscy former mayor and lax collector of Chester now serving five lo ten years In East ern Penitentitiry or embezzlement William A McClurfi leader of the Fourth ward connected with the Fourth Ward Republican Club David MRcnnn Fifth ward Chester alleged collector R Robinson Lowry nldcrmnn in the Filth ward Chester Edward Robinson leader of the Second ward Chester convicted In 1930 of Rrafttaktng Thomas McCpmb lender of Ihe Third wnrd Chester alleged lo con trol Chester Kimbllnp house Andrew Fnink leader of the Sixth I ward alleged racketeer Thomas Fennell druggist and for1 mer saloonkeeper lender of the Sev1 cnlh ward John J Ryan coleader with Fry In the Ninth ward Chester Todd Moore alleged former cbllec lor In Mm Tenth Cly Councilman John J LuUrcll Chestrr lender of the Eleventh xvnrd John F Bauer former city treas urer of Chester nnd office manager for Sen McClure Michael C TrcstrpII first assistant county detective City and County Agog Over Higherups A Keyes Special Prosecu tor Says More Names Will Jury to Resume Next Week Arnold L MncNcnl investigator for the district nttorney Bert Redding Negro county chauf nnllnurfl on Pace Kiftrtn G O P Hard Hit By United States Working at a feverish juice a corps of Federal em ployes this morning were preparing 96 bench warrants for tho arrest of the several scores named yesterday in the sensational presentment which was made before Federal Judge George A Welsh in Philadelphia The warrants will be issued this afternoon and will immediately be handed a corps of Deputy US Marshals who will come to this county to serve them The total bail needed by I ho defendants named in the indictments amounts to 5324500 Nine ot the socalled leaders headed by State Senator John J McClure will be required to post 57500 bondpend ing trial Twentyone will be required to furnish and the remainder each A mad srramblewas on this morn Ing to have the ball bonds posted and then the majority of those caught In the vast network of extortion and conspiracy to violate the National Prohibition Act started to secure the best legal talent available While the bench warrants wers rcndy for service this morning It was learned at the office of U S Marshal Wnller O Fetters that none would he served unlil word wns received from Mr Keyes At an early hour this ufter noon none of the defendants had appeared at the office of the U S Commissioner lo enter McCLURE SILENT ON USCHARGES Henchmen Likewise Re fuse to Comment Detec tive Worried Senator John J McClure 46year Delaware County Rcpubllcnn OrRitntzation remained silent tocloy refusing to comment on Ihe IndiriiricnU of Lhc Federal GinntJ Jury which named him as leader of a collection ring for crime protec tion State Senator attended a din ner lust night shortly after the Jury In Philadelphia made incut to the Court its prcscnt oustcd from the Public Service Com Uatlon in Pennsylvania j Other leaders named in the Two thunderousblows by Federal i cilclmoiH followed the exampleof their leader and remained ng and liquor en closed today ap stale today staggered llie ranks Of the regular orgnn bond for their appearance at trial The trial date Is Indefinite but offi cials say no date will be set until every one indicted is cither in custody or released In bond It Is highly prob able that the trials will not be siprted until term of the Dis trict FederalCourt as the courts havealready recessed for the summer it was that John R K Scott and WflllamA noted lawytw of Philadelphia been engaged as by plea fol lowing who go on trial are at a this time Juries are convicting those at the present time who would not have been convicted fivejrArs ago nor would they be convicted five years hence Mr Rankin continued After all this was a technical viola tion of law and a misconception by Mr Truax of what was right ais he thought that he was not doing any thing wrong mlssion Costs of this action to be paid by the defendant Dr King a close friend of lhe lenders met In mrcnlv imvllUnit to Lo authorities hel building Philadelphia the long Keyes made his Philadelphia debut Governors served In the first Pin hunt for evidence against the Dela ware county rum ring was directed by a keeneyed squarejawed detec tive He is William E Dunigan special agent in charge of the local prohibi tion investigating unit of the Depart ment of Justice Aidd by capable and enthusiastic operatives Dunigan dug intp the ram ifications of the conspiracy for Attorney Digeins made for months and laid the groundwork for presentation of the evidence by Spe Conlinucrt on Pjpe Fifteen BALL PAKK IMPROVEMENTS Extensive improvements have been made at the Fifth ward baseball park located on Ninth street near Johnson street The fence which enclosed the park on the Month street side has been covered with sheet steel and the sides and rear of the grandstand have also been enclosed with the same material A number of minor im ROTARIANS WARNED ON RECOVERY ACT BOSTON June warning cial Prosecutor Chet Kcycs The indictments returned yesterday bear out the high record of DiinigRii in the TJ S service In a Department of Justice bulletin early this ycr he was cited for his excellent work He is fearless and unrestrained in Consumers against public turncd by Pittsburgh and Phlladcli Shortly after he assumed office phia federal Juries under brilliant auspices in February chot administration During the when he smashed the Hilton rum Governors campaign forJijs rsecond ring in Federal Court in Philadcl phla Imported as a special assistant to the Attorney General Mr Kcycs played havoc with thirtysix mem bers of the ring including some county residents and despite able defense counsel got jril terms for every member of the ring on trial J Frank Hilton leader of the ring cscapid to where he successfully warded off extradition and where he died a week ago viui iraeiiu auinonucs j he annual love fenst at BcliiUiRrovc j Of the men listed by he Grand to map out plans dcsiRviod lo oust jluy ns nicmrjors of the rlnR only Dcmocrntlc mccholders two of the MlkcTreslral count detective James I Coyne Pittsburgh Mike county detective seemed openly worried about raising the necessary ball 01 a lair laic uoaio Chester suddenly found themselves c Hfa named in re King named chairman of indictment agnlast Coyne n Public Service Commission Within charjjra conspiracy to violate the Oliver N Smith nn nll Inquiries at Media today a terse no He too was In Whilr who has served and Is now clerk of Eugene Site Ho co Representatives ie o co epresenaves a few months reports became current election luws Tills indictment which I VuKcrstrd tint he rather let that relations between the Governor 8 that and uKcr relations between the Governor ajso nimcs mnny of Coynes aides Is i the Public Senice Commission i outgrowth of nn Investigation Into thc answer any questions BUSlUJN June juA warning lhe t pcrforrnarice of hls against cut price bootlegging and it Associating with his men sprrpt rebates hv sweatshons and nirs i were not corclinl When the Ooiieral Novembers election In Pitts Assembly adjourned without confirmi burgh when Michael 1 Muldowncy inp the appointments to the cominls rtcpublican defeated Anna Felix slon Attorney General William n pcmocral In the Conqrcsatonal race iSchnadcr informed the Governor lie j senator McClures Indictment fol Mr Kcycs the ripht lo withdraw the nouni owcd a wowcek probe by the Fcd sented his resignation and retired to nations and appoint new members to Grand Jury into sn alleged liquor with McClure After the trial his extensive Kansas City legal practice in Attorney General secret rebates by sweatshops and un ethical manufacturers that will seek to evade the established codes under the Industrial Recovery Act was given to about 100 manufacturers from alii parts of the country here in conncc as one of Ihem he retains their re spect and promotes a high morale among them Cummings however scanned lhe results of a Delaware county investi gation and decided that it was made to order for Mr Keyes was described as an hon MrKcVcs agreed to take the job w A s as an non fKTn provements have been mads to the j tion with the Rotary international playin field BEER PERMIT REVOKED convention Although several manufacturers doubted that practical minimum wage The beer manufacturing permit of the Harrison Beverage Company of Harrison N J reputedly owned by the conditions demanded organ ized labor a majority hailed the act and courageous officer Fortytwo years old Dunigan was born in Vincennes Ind As a vouth Continued on Taje Ambrose Hunsberger permit super the recommendation of Burt W An drews who presided the revoca tion hearings DOCTOR SUDDENLY narnson o opportunity to put teeth into Max Hassel the slam Reading beer rairVacticeS which Ro kmg today had been revoked by Dr Ury has or years Sweatshops and hold out1 manui facturers that refuse to join trade agreements in order to profit by cutj j ting prices were declared doomed An announcement that Rotary In j ternational may soon extend the j j scope of its objectives to seek climI NEW YORK June i ination of corruption and to obtain j Michael Mislig 65 finished the exi higher ethical standards in political amination of a boy patient at Park i office was made at the general ron East Hospital then said calmly Can I vention when a resolution offered by nurse come here a minute j the Rotary Club of Palo Alto Cal please He slumped into the arms 1 was withdrawn of his assistants who were standing The fact that the world Is ac behlnd him j cepting leadership is the best as Examination showed he had died surance that international and instantly of heart allure j domestic problems can be attacked effectively Senator Joseph T Rob inson Democrat of Arkansas told the Rotary International contention at its final session here today The world is accepting leadership lone might almost say has accepted t leadership devoted to the advance ment of the general welfare as dis j tinguished from the interests of or i ganized minorities Robinson said HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY By United Pms AT ARLINGTON PARK Black Moon San So cial Service My Boss Six Bells Ladficld Minion Tancho Camp Douglas Dodr Resisting Royal Treasure Hopulikit Red Fellow Way 75ubsfitule Bill Pres tige Chester Times Extra Edition Gave News Quickly The Chester Times yesterday gave its readers unexcelled service on the presentation of the indict ments implicating D5 yesterday in Federal Court Between 430 and 5 oclock the formalities wore concluded in the courtroom Im mediately upon the presentation of the indictment a Times man armed with a copy ofthe names flashed the list to the Chester Times and within 20 minutes an extra edition was on the streets The eager public quickly bought up the copies approximately 5000 being sold In less than an hour The Times fleet of trucks cov ered the city and county In a sur prisingly short time and readers in Media Lansdowne Darby Mar cus Hook and many other points of the county had the Times ahead of any other daily by threequar ters of an hour stowed his luggage in his automobile nnd drove East with his wife After a conference in Washington he came to Philadelphia on June 6 tackled a huge pile of investigators reports and went to work Known in thr west as 99 per cent Keyes the youthful prosecutor is Continued on Page Fifteen the commission conspiracy Along King appealed and lhe State n Delaware county politics premc Court ruled against him today tnr jllry nisn indicted 05 oth The IKSUC between lhe parlies crs most of whom were reputed lieu said Justice PYazer in his opinion Pnanis 0 McClure VrrMriciri NEW POSTMASTER FOR MEDIA NAMED rmnSnv law of haW on j D Flounders who had held the posl have long been identified as old noiimicrs wno nan HPIQ 913 P U 1374 a recess appointment guard clilcftalns In organization clr years LO the com mission must be acted upon cles Both mcn lmd regarded WHS born in Dcla by the Senate at Its next session SecI M comerKln Pennsylvania politics Co he hs resided tion 3 of Article IV of the Act of 1013 vain county wncE ne nas rcsmen supra provides an follows When a vacancy shall occur In the office of any commissioner a j commissioner shall In the manner f some of the lenders Tormtr A Mitchell Palmr U said lo have been engaged in the of SenatorMcClure ri News of the vast number of Indict ments returned struckat the vitals of the strong Republican political ma chine in this county and todky ths entire county Is agog M the result of tho first phaseof the inquiry Chet A Keyes cool calculating 36 yearold Special Deputy Attorney General who wilt prosecute the de fendants was almost exhausted when he emerged from the GrandJury room at 435 p m He mopped beads of perspiration from his brow and told lhe 35 reporters who surrounded him Well gentlemen we are all see to go but this is only the first batch When he made It known that there were ninetysix Indicted a hush fell over the news gatherers court at Samucl Pinkcrton of Third street Inches and spectators who crowded Media has been appointed posti clst lo Sct BGlimpse of the man master ot that borough He received who may scnd some of Delaware b countys best known citizens to a fed eral prison Delaware county has itself to blame for this he reminded thoss within hearing convicted con notice of his appointment from the Unitcd Stales Attorney Generals offlrc In Washington D C Ihis morning He will enter on his new J3ntn Senators McClure and Coyne j duties tomorrow succeeding Jnmcs NOW however both face a court u his life He Is a loader of the fight to vindicate themselves i Dcmocrilirnartvn Media and has i i 1 ih IH i tu wlth UllU 1Wlty Continued on U S TREASURY BALANCE WASHINGTON June INS balancc as of June 28 his majority ContLnued on Page Fifteen Topics of Ti mes COAL AND STEEL iU S DELEGATES CODES NEXT FACE AT CONFERENCE INDUSTRYCHIEF HUDDLE ON GOLD j Former Considered Pine Meet fo Phrase Statement 34230118 expenditures president of the customs receipts I street Title and appointment to j his association with Frank B Rhoads Only 06 Well at that it is almost a progress MediaSixtyninth Trust Company apple of aii Johnson Feels General on Stabilization Other Nations With Roosevelt Policy Not to Be Jeopardized in Any Moves Made The Textile Program Being Overhauled Labor Pro tests Wage Minimum i WASHINGTON June LONDON June Pineapple of a industrial Unjtcd states was understood lodsy rohArU I hr lo Participate In a 1 I statement of roopcration among I recovcrv as his next major problem gold standard nations Great U so that it may nose Britain and the UnitiI States If j out thn coal Industry for second place C9n is the steel industry Aides of Gen vent further vlolrnt international1 1 ersl Johnson were uncertain If Ihe i exchange fluctuations 1 steel induslrvs rode might not come Such a statement of tnlenUon to i in ahead of the roal operator conprrale would be rislgncd to ment i The coalcode in Johnsons pic at lrat demands of golo An interesting survey amonc the Miss Margaret C Stetser principal Uiresqur terms ts regarded as a puie nations for stabilization or steadying Indictment List Known to Some Early Yesterday While reporters awaited with feverish anxiety to secure a list nf those indlclcd In the Federal Building Philadelphia late yes terday afternoon a typewritten list of those named In the presentment was In possession of certain poli ticians in this county It was heard that the lirt was compiled by someone in on the know who worked in the office of Chet A Keyes on the tenth floor of iho Glmbcl Building The list it was said WHS not ob tained until early yesterday morn Ing and Is said to have contained the names of all indicted with two exceptions land a Democratic leader Nathan 1 Pechln chairman of the Delaware I County Democratic Executive Com i milter and Matthew Fox a former j postmaster of Media and Democratic 1 leader in the county SHOWERS FORECAST FOR ARE A TODAY Opening a Bible at random this mornhiK at police court one of tlis Indictees read I was a stranger and they took me in Love laughs at locksmiths said Johnny Bessinger but not at tha Keyes In the Cityof Brotherly Love Only the first batch says Chew emtip Chet Needing the dough had a lot to do with the first batch Reading the long indictment re turned yesterday Pieeyed Pete re ShoAers and thunder storms Sort of a paybypay de predicted today and tonight In j scription j Eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland Generally fair weather Is expected tomorrow with not much change in temperature I The highest temperature here yes German Nazi pastor says a story lias altered the Lords prayer In sev eral respects No European however will ever change that part about Announcement that a California nudist colony plans to produce a terday was R3 degrees at p us our debte and the lowest was 72 at a m i The average of 80 was six degrees above normal for the date and one degree above the average June 29 J la ycrr Sunrise today was al a m Despite those stones that Babs and sunset was at p m Eastj Rulh is gcuing old and fat he prob orti fin vltff n t 1 n Limp i ii rrrrvi ff rrn daylight saving time Unique Music Test for Junior High School Pupils Beer Sellers9 Dreams are Rapidly Vanishing When applications are made for thriving enterprise for about one than any other outfielder In American is while sit ting down A New York dermatologist has rle i vised a new and better means of splitting hairs which certainly should qualify him for a job as an expert at the London Ecomonlc Conference Beauty Secret Weather cloudy track muddy AT LATOMA Band Almosphere Bal ancer Kins Cicero Dusty Dawn or g coo us pror o e coo was uner e supervson m closing of the schools for the sum of Principal William K Valentine j operators were in agreement and j volvinc the outcome of the intcrna This estimation Is based on the license nier vacations was made to deterj and Miss Temple music supervisor would present their code July 5 tional parley now In the midst of a number of beer merchants who have making Tlie Weather Mad Career Modern Maid pupils of the Smedley i and Miss Mercy McGowan supervisor apple by which he means a tough 01 the nollar and poiind sterling 1934 beer licenses Delaware county hundred bucks cash money en Macedon Wise Lee Sinla So School and the Frederick of music The test at the Douglass one He was reassured with news This LSMIC has become the crux of i officials estimate the number will be Between Ihe periods of the return Junior High School just prior to the i School was under the supervision that a major clement of the countrys trie World Economic Conference m reduced by more than BO per cent i of beer and the deadline for the i Ule ncw mcrcharits were ASMKvGTON Junf frantic eflorUs to get their PenniylvaniaLoca hlm mine experimentally which race the white or black possesses more native talent or ability in music The results of the test were excep tionally Interesting to all concerned Meantime Johnson and his staff serious crisis i decided that the grand rush lo open were overhauling the textile code AJ The contemplated Joint statement up wasnt worth the rouble Many as they recorded an almost equal I number of modifications arc due to be i would provide for coopcratton of The experimerit was made under ability on the part of all trw subjects recommended by Johnson when he i all central banks to prevent Muelu the auspices of Penn State College j the white group being supciior n the completed document up to I atlons while reserving to the Unitcd places in shape to comply with pro visions of the new laws Finally Ihey of them arc still waiting for that completed their task and being en influx of trade that disturbed their tlrely within the law sat back der showers lonfght slightly cooler in north portion Saturday the Lmndover Leicality Grind Rock School of Music and was in charge j three tabulations and Schuster Colleen Orb Bill of Larry Tedesco senior at that group in three others i Vulz Ocean Flight school and student instructor in Pitch consonance and rhythm dis1 codes into enactment dreams at night and made them sit smiles on their faces to wait for Weather clear track 1 Negro i President Roosevelt The President States full freedom of monetary pojup countless hours figuring out howjihe gold to start streaming in with i is given final authority In writing the i lice i much money they were going to the streaming out of the beer from Furthermore to satisfy the gold I rake in i the kegs They are still waiting Fannie Lou Lady Pal music Tedesco is a local boy Me i criminations were in favor of the j Chief of these modifications con standard nations the statement I The situation hasnt got so bad Fawn Leap i graduated from Chestc High School white children while intensity time crrn the proposed 40hour week would Include a clause recognizing that cobwebs are forming on the Xone and has nuUe a for him and memory discriminations were in1 which Johnson already has said gold as thr eventual and logical i beer laps or the door Jams are get Chat My Murphy Gibbys Choice violinist test at the Smedley School he too much for any other i medium nf world exchange Thre were three essential requireJ than the textile industry It is be Georges Bonnet of France Sir Fred made under the supervision ofj on LMt Continued on Pace Twenty Continued ca Fifteen ting moldy from the lack of habitation but It has reached the point where many of the big busi nets mtfl milling to swap their Instead of having to keep thfi beer distributors in a blue sweat trying to keep up with the orders the new beer barons are using every posj slble means In their power to keep Western portion lontfhl Safnrday generally fair TODAYS TEMPERATURES Continued on LMt Faft 6 a m 73 11 a m 7 a m72 Noon 8 a m72 1 p m 9 a m 14 2 p m 10 a m 74 78 80 80   

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