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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - July 1, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE tONTMS ENDING DECEMBER 31 1932 FINAL EDITION With AH Latent and Newt of Day 57TH 17634 Dally Leased Reports of Untied Press OD and International News Service iSNSl CHESTER PA SATURDAY JULY 1 1933 PRICE TWO CENTS PARLEY AWAITS U S DICTUM ON CURRENCY PLAN Agreement Reached With Gold Bloc at London Roosevelt to Sanction Yellow Metal Held Still Yardstick of Monetary Measures SPLENDOR MARKS WEDDING OF HEIRESS AND PRINCE GOVERNING I AIR ARMADA HOPS ENROLLMENT OF ON OCEAN FLIGHT VOTERS CLEARED ITALY TO CHICAGO GEOLOGICAL MUSEUM LON DON July World Economic Conference today waited on President Roosevelt just as it did in the middle of June when the Anglo American debt adjustment instead of the currency question was the vital isuue holding up international deli berations Complete agreement has been reached between the gold bloc Great Britain and Assistant Secretary of State Raymond Moley for declara tions designed to end violent ex change fluctuations and keep France and her gold allies in the conference in recent years surpassed ihe splentiur of Ihr ceremony which united Barbara Huttnn Woiil Registry Assessor May Not Seaplanes Land at Ams lusist Upon Personal terdam on First Delivery of Certificate of Journey But He iMusl Be Satisfied One CapsizesCrew Saved Signature Is That Voter Court Rules of Next Halt in Ireland Balbo in Charge AMSTKUDAM July worth heiress and Irince Alexis Mdivani in llir Russian Orthodox Church In Paris France This olioto shows the bride wearing a Russian Imilal veil and Ihe bridegroom with brails bowed before one of Ihe four priests In accordance with the Russian custom criwns were lirlil over the couple during part of the lol A registry assessor may not Insist upon tbc personal delivery lo him o a rcrtificntn of party enrollment j nnnada tlytiiK to the chlcaRO ceremony made by a voter but he need not ifnir missing and believed dead receive the certificate unless he Is after the plane cnpslred In huiding that It is signed by the elcc hero Other members of thr crrsv were Injured before they could be1 COURT APPOINTS TWO GUARDIANS and her gold allies m me coineieiice ur Wallinofnrfl Al in despite American opposition to de CcUiny Alllngl Ortl liail Declared Unable o Care ior His AITairs i facto stabilization The posvers are still deadlocked to all intents and purposes hpwevcr uril President Roosevelt gives the text of the declaration his formal pproval Two prominent county men were told American delegates he appointed guardians for James Spccr to get a reply from President Jr 55 of Wallingford wellknown throughout the county for his numer ous escapades after several witnesses had testified that he svas unable to lake care of his own affairs The guardians appointed by Judge i Roger Proncficld arc Albert R i Granger regional vicepresident of the Philadelphia Electric Company today declaration sshich Moley TVOritiClped tn modify is described in i circles as a resolution af thtvbelief of signatory nations hat sold Is still the yardstick of in ternational monetary measures and proclaiming it the duty of all govern New Postal Rate In Effect Today The new twocent postal rate for mail delivered in the local postal district becomes effective today and the government hopes it will mean increased business Notices of the chanee have been mailed by the postofftce lo busi ness houses here The same rate is in effect in all cities at the same time The local Chester district includes Chester City Eddystone Parkside and the Chester Rural Free Deliv ery route CLUB CHARTERS HARDER TO GET So rules Judge Albert Dittlon rescued it svas said Dado in an opinion temporarily disj A previous olllcial announcement the petition of Archibald said that all membors of tho crew saved and that Ilic plane svas undamaged The later announce ment was that the plane was a wreck AMSTERDAM Holland July 1 i Italian air armada bound or the Chicago TMENTS ARE PROBABLE p Jcd That Some of Meii or Liijt e Threatened With Perjury Charge Dick of 206 Lamport road Upper lnrby which asked for a mandamus u compel Clyde Blaker assessor iii third precinct Fourth ward of i Upper Darby to accept his certificate j svhcn it svas delivered by a third perj i son Exposition on a mile trnnsHilanlio Us J a Court RllIcS Applicants i The mat tor WHS argued before Ihc sevcnstnRC 7100 i court en bane on Friciay of last wckflight arrived nt Amsiorthim Must Have Hearing lie Mr Dick complained that his ccrtti first objective at k02 p m T r o I fleate requesting that his pnrty eni in E D T lore MaSlCr in IUtUlC he changed from Republican I to Democrat was not accepted by i the assessor Sharing with T r McCIure Posts Jinrt of This Morning A complete surprise was sprung this morning when ball in amount of was entered In this city for Senator John J McCIure leader of the extortion ring indicted by tlie Federal Grand Jury Thursday last The ball was taken by U 8 mlssioner Wolff of Germantown General Pa who came here by prearrange menu to curb wildly fluctuating exi and J Borton Weeks prominent at changes by whatever methods are at torncy and defense counsel for Spccr their disposal j in the action brought against him In America this means the Federal in Court yesterday Reserve System would act to keep the j According to an dollar within reasonable limits as against pure speculation embraced by international gamblers In Amsterdam and Paris officer of the as FidelityPhiladelphia Trust Company administrators of the estate which The declaraton is far short of what POOLS NETTED KUHN LOEB SUM OF Obtaining a charter for a club is much more difficult than for I merly by the ruling of the Delaware county court that petitioners must i be given a hearing before a master It is the suspicion that in many in stances charters arc being sought merely to place the club members in position to legally sell beer that has prompted the ness edict We are going to be overrun with I Twentyfour Royal Italian air j force S 55 X seaplanes acrom 1 pimied by a 25th plane carrying The case admittedly svas a test one spare parts look off IromLake Or as there svas a conflict of intcrpretaj betcllo on the Mediterranean coast lion of the law governing the enroll ment of voters Mr Blaker in his answer had ad bccr clubs and we must find out the j cnt1 the French wanted but it was the annually due to the riepres most they could get and it would Last year his income was S25 enable Finance Minister Bonnett of ooo and the year before that it was France to tell the Chamber of 537000 was left to Specr by his father a i h n Reveals Banks Cnoorc JV ft II II IV V C O I 3 I IIV a Profit on Pen n r o ad Alone Was wealthy stove manufacturer Spcers income has been reduced to a mere Deputies he has had rcamrmation of spcer has been married twice andlfavorS U S Regulation of the gold standard by all the principal i has a daughter MisT Louise Specr powers thereby saving his with 33 of 18 Gramcrcy Park New York his Paris critics i by his first marriage He lives in The Americans insist it leaves the i Wallingford and has been in mimsr dollar absolutely free and that Prcsij escapades being before the court dent Roosevelts inflationary posvcrj SCVeral months ago charged svith fir svould be absolutely untouched or un affected by the declaration Bonnet svho had to leave London to be present at todays cabinet meet ing in Paris made no effort to con ceal his dissatisfaction the New York Exchange Stock WASHINGTON July r t TI niini i i ing a shotgun at the Pendle Govcrnmcnt regulation of the New HillSchool a Friends institution ad k unlcss joining his home At that timehe Continucil on Last Page jjy POSTMASTER NEW YORK July ThS through selfregulation and recently enacted Federal legislation a recur rence of the wild orgy of speculation that ended in the 1929 collapse is prevented was demanded yesterday r nartner of P Senate intentions of new Roger Fr cslcrclay when the court received petitions for charters for the Stone iuirst Hills Republican Club and the Fourth of July Association of Aronl mink Indies John M Broomall and Albert Diittoh MacDade concurred in the order that the petitioners have a hearing before a master and post for the masters fees and costs before the court will consider granting the cliartcrs Attorney Robert Grecr protested that the Fourth of July Association had no intention of doing anything but conducting nn Independence Day celebration in its community but the court svas adamant that it cannot make any exceptions Judge MacDade made the sug gestion that there should be an examination of the activities of many chartered clubs as some of them of Italy at n m a m E D T Gen Iliilo Halbo nir minster nnd hero of the flight of 12 planes lo South America commanded In per son nnd before he slopped into his plane he threw a dramatic chal lenge at fate This Next round the world The seventeenth phuir of the armada to arrive at i IIR base live miles when the assessor calls the latter I froin Amsterdam City capsized in shall leave at the voters home a landing nt 1 OG Its crew was saved llaln llalhn In Icaillnjf Italys armada ment It Is believed the of 25 seaplanes across the Atlantic ments wcro made by John B Han lo Chicago s World Jiilr is llvoar old Colonel Aldo IVIlccrinl teolinlcal mlm Jrcounsel for Mr McCIure of the lllqbt shown here The transaction took In a new photo board meeting room of the Chester Cambridge Bank and Trust Com pany building at Fifth and Market streets about 10 a m No one ex4 ccpt those present knew anything about it until after Commissioner Wolft left the city It was later explalncdHthat the rem mitted he knew William Cunning ham who handed the certificate to the assessor but he claimed he had io knowlcdct whether or not Mr Dick had actually signed the ccrtlfl 6 FLIERS START RACE ACROSS U S ivc Arc Men One is A NIC son tllc Ul Commissioner came lia Karh Angeles Is Coal v V 4 I wns becaujie Richard Wetherlll pres i I to 0 bank requested it Hn JudKc MiicDadc discusses the law i Bovcmliig assessment of voters which FLOYD UENNETT FIELD Nrw YORK July speed fliers unable to so to Philadelphia on account of a recent Indisposition Mr Wetherlll qualifying as bonds num affirmed that he was worth up wards of that he had known certificate svhich the elector may fill out and give lo the assessor at some lime prior to the sixtysecond day preceding each primary We have before us it test case says Judge MacDade seeking a de cision of the court to furnish a guide post whereby registry assessors may halt for guidance and Instruction whether they arc legally bound lo accept a certificate of enrollment from the hands ot third parlies or whether they have the legal right to insist that the elector desiring to en roll must hand such certificate show ing such desire to the registry as sessor In person Did the legislature Intend that if The four men stood on top of the ilano until a boat took them off General Balbo landed first Within hice minutes fifteen planes lind andcci while Dutch airplanes circled over the airport By llft thirteen minutes after Balbos plane with Its black star had touched the water the last plane of the armada was at rest and the first stngc of 870 miles was ended The next halt is Londonderry Ire land 030 miles across the English channel nnd England Then the planes move on to Iceland Labra dor New Brunswick Montreal and split the nir over UK American con hc Senator since he was 17 yours old lincnl today seckln to fly from New York to Los Angeles in 12 hours or Board of Directors of the Chester Kuhn Loeb Testifying Conipany before the Lewis M Watkins Jr postmaster Banking Committee Kahn said the i at Drexcl Kill refused to resign current bull markot has some ot th Now York Stock Market opened with j c bMahoncy fiirst assistant earmarks of the days that preceded are reputed to be the hangout of gangsters would go further added Judge have the clubs make an annual report to the court sub mitting their bylaws names of offi cers and members so we may sec who they arc Continued on Last PATRIOTIC PROGRAM AT OLD COURTHOUSE Miss Karhnrl had only one compctlns tlle Government official came hers lor In the womens division of the unaccompanied This was the cause ruccRuth Nichols who was unable c considerable gossip when it was to start today because her plane wns Rt Federal Building In Chicago The seaplanes ou this most am not ready She will takeoft early Philadelphia where many of tha tomorrow others indicted appeared this morn tomorrow lu both divisions the winner Is the flier that covers the distance In the shortest elapsed time Miss Kurhart was the first to take indicted appeared K to post bond Wnc informed that Mr McClura had entered bond in this city Chet A Keyes special prosecutor flushed Mss Kurart was the first to take se off She lifted her Red Lockheed Is an outrage Vega monoplane from the concrete t Issued explicit orders that every bon mus1 mccl the aroal runway at i50 a m EOT and dls on mus1 mccl the approval appeared Into the graying sky District Attorney I want The other planes were on the line everyone treated alike and no excen bitious night on record with thnlr 06 officers and noncommissioned of ficers flew in a column of threes ench three In the familiar V for mation over th European country side the feet rtpart but I will not want everything stronger tone on fairly active trad ing today Railroad shares again were active and higher The dollar was weaker ind aided in bringing strength into the stock market It also svas reflected in cot ton trading svhcre opening prices ad vanced as much as SI a bale Yesterdays strength in rail issues and rail equipment was carried on this morning One of the outstand ing performers in early trading svas Baldsvin Locomotive which opened 2t a new high for 1PS3 gains postmaster general requested resignation three days ago Watkin a Republican was Ihe I the 132 crash Recent changes in o OMahoney he said to a statement of Postmaster General Farley in svhich he is quoted as saying that incumbent postmasters serving uncxpired terms need not fear removal as long as their olTiccs are operated efficiently In justice to myself and decency case should be placed upon OMa honey as he is apparently running counter to the Postmaster Generals i Among the rails showing svere Atchison at OS3 up Dela svare and Lackawanna which rose to comncm a new 1033 level at up ls reported Sylvester M Consi Chcsapcakc and Ohio at 42 up Pennsylvania at 32i up i and New York Central at a new high for 1933 of 43 up V Gold mining shares again were strong with Dome Mine equaling its 1933 level of 34i up and Alaska Juneau touching 22U for a gain The old bull market leaders joined in the general advance U S Steel opened at 59 for a 1 point gain American Telephone gained to 128li J I Case was up at 90 Activity of the market gress Blocks ranging from 1000 to 10000 shares reeled out on the tickers Many issues the Govern ments policy toward gold and silver have encouraged the public to enter the market the banker declared adding that provisions in the Glass Stcagall bank reform act public opinion and the Stock Exchange it self had moved to stamp out abuses Other developments in the com mittees investigation were Kahns testimony that from fees commissions and profits on stock ac quired at ground floor levels in Its brief connection with promotion of in 1320 his of S584bM2 ROOSEVELT SHIP TO SAIL TODAY Pennroari Corporation firm reaped a profit svhile the public that bought the dine 3110 Piumstcad avenue Drcxcl stock at and still has it suffers a Hill is likely to succeed Watkins paprr loss of 510SOOOOOO since It is nosv selling at S3SO R E JAMES WILL Kunn Loeb fc Co made 519147000 IS FILED AT MEDIA According to his will probated at Media the estate of Razell EJames late of Thirteenth and Walnut streets this city is to go to his ssidosv Mrs Nellie B James The is estimated at Mr s died on Jvme 24 The S3500 estate of Wells Rogers spurted into new high t6rritoryj late of Upper Providence township V T 1 t n 1 O CAMPOBELLO N B July A favorable wind dispelled the fog today giving President Roosevelt clear wcatherfor his departure this after noon on the cruiser Indianapolis Mr Roosevelt will be taken to Chesapeake Bay with Annapolis Md the probable final destination On the southbound trip the Indianapolis will undergo oiJicial speed trials Roosevelt is expected to confer with a group of cabinet members and gov ernment officials aboard the cruiser Indianapolis Monday it was learned Trie conference will take place near All is in readiness for the cclc brnlion of the more serious and sig nificant side of the anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of In dependence and an interesting pro gram has been prepared for the com memorative events to be held Tues day morning at the old Courthouse fronting City Hall Fifth and Market streets A patriotic and historic address will be given at 1015 a m by Rev William Barrow Pttgh pastor of the First Presbyterian Church and regi mental chaplain of the lllth In fantry P N G The Declaration of Independence will be read by Wai ter Ouscy a student at Chester High School and I here will be a program of vocal choral numbers the singers to be led by Thomas Evans local baritone soiolv Mayor William Ward Jr willpreside at the patriotic Continued an Iiist Annapolis and will be concerned with j scrvicn niid the arrangements will be Continued on Last Papc domeJ5lic recovery measures rather than international questions it was understood WEATHER PROMISED YOUNG NEGRO WOMAN ATTACKED Grace Burnett 19 Negro of Pennell road and Baltimore pike Lima was attacked and severely beaten and bruised by a group of six Negroes BO A RDM AN FLIER REPORTED INJURED INDIANAPOLIS Ind Boardman July was bej In charge of Isaac A Hlorth who has acted a chairman of the Fourth of July Committee for a number of years Announcement of the services will he made to the general public by the tolling of the Courthouse bell at 10 a m and the ceremonies will begin at 1015 a in Generally fair weather with not much change In temperature Is pre dicted In Eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland The thunder showers arc due tomorrow The highest temperature here yes terday was B8 degrees at t p in nnd the lowest was 72 at 2 in The average of 80 was five degrees above normal for the date but the same as the average June 30 last year Maximum temperature for the date is established in ISlOl and mini mum 50 in 1910 Sunrise tpday was nt 53C a m and sunset will be at 834 p m Eastern Daylight Saving lime CLE A NlNCT WAliiN G POOL IN PARK tcrsonLs llams look off Russell Thaw 22yearold sonof Harry K Thaw a wnll regarded pilot despite his youth shot his GccBce speedster by a 800 horse lower Wasp motor Into the air at 52 a iii James Wcdcll of Patterson flying nc of his own Wcdell Williams speed planes took five minutes later Russell Roardman transatlantic ler took off at 520 a in on a short cst flight to warm up his plane and ctumed to the field a few lieved injured seriously when his Gee j LIGHTNING STRIKES r Vn JJ1VJJI I ill 11 VI VJ I 1VJJU Bee Special in which he was making three young men and three young I a transcontinental dash for the Ben 1 j tincitf TtiViilrt I o v I tier rtlT which dl died on Jimin is willed to his women while walking on the hiphdlx Mrs Josephine W Rogers j way near her home early Wednesday I McKesson and Robbins The estate all in realty of i night The girl was first attacked by our Trophy upset while taking off The crash occurred about a quarter SAME TREE TWICE 27T up 1 at lOl up V Prices moved up slightly Charles W Hendrixson late of Park ni i ip fnin the arlmlnsnPoii i side is willed to a dauehtcr Mariaof the woman of the croup svho shs a mllc nom tne aciminsu aio i ID iceder Mr Htndrixson died on i said hn riiri no I buildings Boardman had just Irs nafl Lightning last night struck a tree Dcshnng Park on the lawn north over the opening quotations BOY CONFESSES j June 10 in the Chester Hospital KILLING MOTHERKIDDIES ENJOYING after the attack he did I knosv j by other members of the rang msmslonand splintered It Hose crews of the Moyamenslns Hook and Ladder Company thl morning assisted thnr1 gardeners o Dcshong Memorial Park In the drain ing and cleaning ot the children wading pool A 700 foot length o fire hose was attached to a nearb hydrant and supplied a stream U wash down the sides and bottom o the pool and lo refill the pool Drain Ing and cleaning of the pool is not necessary very frequently as in ad dition to the purifying rays of the sun there is also a steady Inflow their motors turning over slosvly tions will bclmade At 458 a m Colonel Roscoc Turner subterfuRe and I of Hollywood stepped into hh tiny table where everyone can set WcdcllVVllllams speed plane and gave fV Its 800 H P Wasp motor the giin At 542 a m Lce Gehlbaoh of to Marshal J Fetters regarding the the defendants who notyetapplied for bond Several additional prominent poli ticians will be indicted whenthe1 Fed eral Grand Jury reconvenes July 6 It was learned today In additionto the charges already preferred against same of those named In the first presentment they will also charged with perjury an official hinted this morning Word leaked out yesterday that sev eral of the 96 who were listed by ths inquisitors last Thursday are ready to plead guilty and get it over with Many of those named went to the of v flee of Chet A Kcyes special prosecu tor yesterday and guilt federal agents say Senator McCIure yesterday posi vcly refused to make any sort of atcment for publication in refer nce to his Indictment However hs Id say that he would prepare a atcment for the press to be re cascd today j During the morning hours many f the persons named with McCIure ailed at his office and were in crcnce behind closed doors What he nature ot theirvisit was could ti ot be learned but Jt was plain to I e seen that the conversation con crncd plans lo battle the charges n which they have been indicted No bench warrants have yet been ssued for service Officials hat a reasonable time will permitted the defendants voluntarily ninutcs filers to He get was the last of thfc away on the cross country flight lifting his ship Into he air at fi25 a m Turner holds the present eastwest transcontinental record ot 12 hours Continued on Last I D K AT HCA miv ER FURNISHES BOND Leonard C Stackhouse IB of Fifty ninth and Chestnut streets Philadel phia was released on a manslaughter charge under ball by Judge W Roger Froncfleld yesterday following habeas corpus proceedings Stackhouse was the driver of an automobile which struck a car driven by William Mclsmor of Ridley town ship lit MacDade boulevard and Ash land avenue Colllngdale on June 24 ONEONTA N Y July James Webb 15 son of Mayor Isaac Webb of Gilbertsville confessed early today that he killed his ailing mother with an axe police announced Thousands of children throughout the city svere afforded heat relief yes terday by means of the city sprinkler iri bcdTwas killed I standards svhich were erected in every yesterday Soon afterward young i thickly populated part of the city Webb high school honor student The standards which are hooked in ported to police that his mother had i svith the fire hydrants by means of a tier tne attack MIC aia noi to v 1E the si n rficons who had filled cavities with She was then roughly handled WM seen Blocks of the remcnt were T members of the gang Rtm vJicn the plane seen to the struggle an Butomobilc was cnried u hcnn h11 10 nr ls ycars uo approachpd and she ran toprd it Boardman apparently vas cniiea id of Pahrk SPRINKLER SHOWERS Und her attackers ran from the plarr brouht nim lo hp Police William DitchMd that light j Efforts made to locate them mQrc lhano been slain length of hose throw a heavy in a number of directions futile N E N RATES ANNOUNCED Th cost of the new suburban com mutation tickets revealed ycsUr that he was unconscious the same place HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY United Press day by the Railroad in ikept turned on throughout the warm an announcement which claimed a 1 hours of the afternoons and morn of from 10 to 11 per cen monthly for its riders j In addition to present tickets a SO trip ticket good for one month and a i 25trip ticket good for three month j will be issued It Is said this will of a saving for those who do not FOREST ARMY YOUNG COUPLE SOLDIERS HOME STORM VICTIMS overflow at ninK nool pool a light MAINE DRINKS injuring Mrs Catherine Mclsmer so severely lhat she died In the Taylor Hospital on June 27 Harold L Ervin attorney for Stack house and Assistant District Attorney Louis A Bloom agreed on the amovin of bail without a hearlnt i lr l liPKM AY LEGAL IU1JA1 5T KEEP PI STAY OUT OF COUNTY Thomas Anthony 1121 Fedcra street Philadelphia arrested as intrs AT ARLINGTON PARK GOLDBERG GETS P S C VACANCY Delegation of Local Boys Enjoying First Furlough Since Enlistment Electrocuted n PORTLAND Me July 1 Maine pioneer prohibition state to day drank legal beer for the first time In Cl years The legal flow of the 32 beverage suspect in connection with a pick began nt one after midnight I pocket Job at GlenNor High Schoo Trains vans automobiles and horsej commcnccmnnt exercises a week ag drawn drays moved over every traf Iftst ntRht WBS jn ba1 fie artery in the state bnarmK beer j lQ kccp the peace and upon hi to promise to stay out of the count i i i i n wjicrj given a hearing be fore Magistrate Walter S Swartlcy in Glenolden yesterday rriu homes Unloading of carloads of beer I ney waltlnif on sltilnq at virtually every heforc o appear and post bond However Monday has been declared the dead Ine after which courtesy privileges will be withdrawn Defendants who do not personally appear today or Monday will he rested by Deputy U S Marshals All of the indicted ones who wenfc to the federal building yesterday had Continued on Laat Paga Topics of Times longus Chario San Ln Nrpcsta Rfsnbminsinn Le Miserable Fighlinr Bob Trince Helois March Kinr Boris lean Hnl Shot Ladficici Commuter Swallow Sweet Rchnboth Hal cyon Marooned Sainted Rharlamanlhs Money Getter Fogbound Blue For Boys Earninsrs Finical Weather cloudy track sloppy aoui city today there 60 trips In a month The new ticket1 mingled with pedestrians young men i each 16 years old were burned boyond i be on sale today A similar plan Birbcd in the brown uniforms of the j rPCOKnntnn shortly before 1230 United States Army However t Contact With Wire at Clifton Heights j S JAKE THE BARBER HOSPITAL OPENS Two persons n youth and a girl brine inaugurated by the Reading j Company ARRANGING FOR RALLV I At the mectins of the Em mertzMullin Post of Fo den Commander Hosvard Nixon HARRTSBURGPa July The nrw hy Governor Pin chot Is Deputy State At torney General Fitzpnralrl Mercy Hoy IS KIDNAP VICTIM All the boys who went to the fed eral building yesterday to post bond had their fingerprints taken But thats a poor way to make your mark In the world The first man to get bail yester day was Rocco Scro Its pronounced exactly as Its spelled A Tenth ward fisherman reports I caught a fish at Little Creek Del that barked Few at Little Creek bite opines Detective Roy Seaman issr sasm Cillzms Conservationtnn during the electrical m nv nr nrnf home I storm which parsed over the county time S S cK i bodies were discovered lying In i the highway by a motorist who or Uncle army thr i Darby formally opened this morning for thr reception of patients I James Frederick ONeill of AMan a medical patient wss the first to 1 br admitted to the hospital Other paticntfi included James Alleged Swindler ns Wife and Son Look industry on Helplessly Rubber Makers Disagree at I reads a Times headline Couldnt o ihlipv have stretched thines a little ibltin the Interest of snapping up ths AT LATONTA Fair Diirhess Myphar Herman J Golabcrp WilknsBarre wnoie lo makc preparations for the deputy slate attorney general andifirsl annual rally to be held Sunday close friend of Governor Pinchot Jujy 6 commander Nixon achair will become a member of the Public i man na5 caIcd meeting of this Service Commission on July 10 committee for Wednesday evening ons Pinchot announced Goldbergs ap 5 at the Posl nomh 2J22 Wesr i Jrcn pomtment last night a few hours 5trecl EmmertzMullin after the State Supreme Court had j members who will participatein trn I commission f July will report at the Pvt I rtA rtiiff ViiTftrt f M t nrr i fr I r The forest soldiers were dressed in summonedI Harrj OHaRcn a member of Philadrlphi CHICAGO July trousers a j pair of shoes issued for occas familiar to the scrv Each man also carried his Govern ment issue raincoat of Lansdownc and the Barber Factor once to sneaky wives White of Darby hunted on three continents as al II iCRcd perpetrator of multimlthon SENT TO RKFORMATORY dollar swindles was kidnaped today Harper Sloan 23 of Upper Darby before the of his wife and the sentenced to the State Reformj 19yearold son who himself was ab A woman convicted in federal courts of passlnc counterfeit money said she pot it out of her pockets This should be a warning boots and gloves and hurried to the scene and dragged the bodies of the j young couple fromrthc vicelike grip j In which they were being held as the j atOry at Huntingdon yesterday bj 1 ducted for less than electricity paised through their i Judge W Roger Froncfield despite three months ago j ihe pica of his counsel William I Factor was seized by nearly a dozen bodies The Court Golden I to the commissi that Many happy reunions with mothers Meantime H message had been sent i Burns for a suspended The Weather WASHINGTON July astern Pennsylvania Local thundershowers tonight or Ray White Top Rarkis Weaver invalid because the Senate had ad Bird Tiny Kitty Lffioniry PORT rosT Clover Home Rule fNonr 3nrry Girl Weather cloudy rack sloir Goldberg Is not expected to take of Philadelphia sentence heavily armed diien as he his wife Sunday somewhat cooler Sunday over the police radio which rej sioari wasconvicted tsvo weeks ago land son and The family of A Lj Mostly cloudy with local thunder were held this morning at the rail quested that Ralph Henderson one Or serious charges brought by the Epstein an attorney were leaving a showers tonijfht and Sunday and appeared of the members of the Upper Darby i father of a nvevcarold boy i fashionable night club in a North somewhat cooler Sunday and in ex i uu treme north portion tonight TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m70 10 a m77 7 a a 8 a mHNoon 30 9 a m 16 Warren Democratfc furlough has been the topic of con Lansdownc WASHINGTON July mow csJcrtcd Fwtor auto demand ofpinchot with whom he state chairman assumed his new po1 vcrwlibn for several weeks and fond Upon his arrvial al the morgue The Treasury net bauce 0 w mobile hi was at odds ovrr utility matters sitlon today collector ol the port parents have hern makine every Henderson the body of2f was Expenditures mandcd vhe son to drive day were SlUOUOrrOo Cm EpsUrtn and Factor in their car and by Federal Juriee Oliver B Dickinson t i 1 toms receipts for the month through rsraped under guard of the other two Continued on Last and succeeds A7 Lincoln Acker Continued on Continued on June 29 were   

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