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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - July 3, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE lONlVS ENDING DECEMBER 31 19J2 FINAL EDITION With All and Beet of the Day 57TH 17635 Dully Ltased Rfporu o Pctn OP und Service 1SSI CHESTER TA MONDAY JULY 3 PRICE TWO CENTS ROOSEVELT PARLEY VIEWS ON ISSUE Cables Hull at Ixmdon Sharp Note Seen Shot at Frances Attitude Scolds Conference for Drifting From Program Gold Nations Reply IDEAL ROMANCE CRASHES LONDON July Roosevelt seizing confident persona leadership of the World Economic Conference told in a telegram pub lished today by Secretary of Slate Cordell Hull what he is trying to do iof America and the world Explaining forcefully and frankly why the United States would not en danger its price raising efforts In or der to join Europe in stabilizing cur rencies the President said The old fetishes of socalled in ternational bankers are being rej placed by efforts to plan national curj rencies with the objective of giving those currencies continuing purchasj ing power which does noi greatly vary in terms of commodities and 1 the need of modern civilization j Let me be frank in saying the United States seeks the kind of dolj lar which a generation hence will have the same purchasing and debt paying power as the dollar value we hope to attain in the near future he declared That objective means more to the good of nations than a fixed ratio for a month or two in terms of pound or franc Our broad purpose is the perma nent stabilization of every nations currency It would be time to talk stabili zation of currencies the President said when nations balance their budgets Having said that he told the econo mic conference its present task was to mitigate embargoes and stimulate trade The conference was called he said to better and perhaps cvirc fundamental economic ills It must not be diverted from that effort President Roosevelts precedent shattering telegram astonished dele gates MARYANDDOUGRUSSIA ASSURED END THEIR LOVEiOF RECOGNITION HOME TOJBE SOLD BY UNITED STATES Pickfprd Tearfully Moley Roosevelt Rcprescn Declares Separation Is I lative Assures LitvinofT Contemplated j of Intention Fairbanks in Europe Conference Owns House at Bevcrlr Hills in London Soviet to Get Cotton Through American Loans LONDON July HOLLYWOOD July perfect romance of Douglas Fair banks Sr and Mary Pickford was Litvinoff Russian torclRi heading toward the marital shoals minister strong hope for Amerlcar today recognition of Russia when the prcs Unless Fairbanks makes immediate RifsslnV1 source overtures from Europe to restore j today peace at Plckfalr their famous j Moley and LitvinofT met in a home divorce Is likely it secret conference and discussed un was learned olliclally he possibltty of the Unite A recent wire from Doug to Mary i Slates recognizing Russia and th saying she would have to assume all 1 future of AmericanRussian trade expenses of maintaining Pickfair According lo authoritative Russia was thc final straw that ended three information Moley told Lltvlnoff th years of pretense on the part nf both President now was preoccupied wit that all was harmonious between domestic affairs but gave hope tha them when these had been disposed o Struggling to keep back her tears Russia would recognized Americas sweetheart ended her It was leatwd also that ong silence following up his negotiation of an end It is true that Plckfalr is to be of the rinssianHrltlsh trade war hnd sold and that a separation between i negotiated a nonaggrcsslon treaty Douglas and me is contemplated i with thc Roumanian minister here she said If there is a divorce the It was expected the treaty would ground will be Incompatibility be signed tonight Back of the rift is a story of one of the most publicized romances in a land where publicized romances are common It was romance too perfect to TAKES CONTROLSAGAIN WASHINGTON uly 3Arrange Wof loans to Amcrl cxporlcis with which to finance lastMary and Dougs many friends believe It began in the days when they traveled up and down the cotin with Charlie EXTEND BAIL BOND PERIOD TIL THURSDAY iMarshal Fetters Gives More Time to Those Indicted Last Week He Denies Report Sen ator iVIcClure Privately Fingerprinted Here Ajjam heedlnp the lure of idvrnlnrc In the skifs Colonel Charles A Mndbersh Is pictured above In tlm vorkplt nf tlir monoplane In which he ex pec li soon in fly lo irernlnml In churl a northern route 000 Russia was announced today by the Reconstruction Corporation i Opening up a field of negotiation try with Charlie Chaplin urging ror shipments of a range of other America to buy Liberty Bonds Mary j commQclltlcs to the Soviet announce at that time was the wife of Owen mciu constituted the first such move bales or cotton for shipment to to Europe Below you utr hr ship us he took it up from Cnldwell N 1 on a Irst hoi lo Xcw York U S Agents Open New Probe on Income Taxes Federal agents started today to gather evidence relating to the in come tax pnid by various Delaware county political leaders It was learned today that Myron M Cnffey Department of Justice agenl who gathered the evidence that sent Al Capone Chicago gangster to Hie federal peniten tiary for income tax evasions has started Checking the taxes paid by several important political fig ures In the county STOCKS SOAR GIRLS ANNOYER Moore the actor Fairbanks Conlinuf d on Last SUN COMPANY TUG TXT iT IJN A I by thc American Government since the U S S R came into power Formal disclosure of the action followed close on a conference in ONE TO 8 POINTS s Activity Nolod i Noted sold iMrs A rpiiort A report rrrelvnd bv received d film stars Perfect Mxrrlare comes to end with Doujr remain marine department of the Sun Oil in Europe and Mary in Hollywood where tbeir MOflOOO home is to he i Company at Marcus Hook this mornj Heconstruciion Mrs Fnirhunkx savs separation is rnnlcmnlattd and incompatibility inr that thc tne Dauntless which off Soviet foreiRn commissar N The advices from abroad hnd labeled the the as virtually closed uie of Ulc as Roosevelt Rejects Cur rency Pact mcnt to draft a statement Their chief fear was of their ability to remain on the gold standard Some thought the telegram an indirect in vitation to quit it and follow the savs will be Rrnu if divorce GonUmiccl on Last raising plan It would be a catastrophe amount BEER LICENSE INDEPENDENCE FEES ALLOCATED DAY OBSERVANCE ing that the tug Dauntless which cleared late Saturday night was bcI ing pounded by heavy seas and was r Toi indistress today oft Manasquan N Jj BUl orKUUoLl The tug has an oil barge in tow the i two craft have n combined crew of j i Markets of the colmtry swung for ward today in tremendous activity following President Roosevelts re jection of proposals for currency sla HELDFORCOURT Caught After Chase on Pike at Glcnolden by the Father and Officer Continued on Last Pajte INJURED BY AUTO motion fever spread rapidly within a hundred feet of his home soared one to more than PacificLine according to the report 7ycrrold Allan Ridgcly of 217 E eight points to new highs for the year was standing by and coast guard Marthart avenue South Ardmore and longer as buying orders poured In of boats the destroyer Hunt were FOUR COUNTY YOUNG PEOPLE NEAR DEATH Chester Treasury to ReExercises atv St Pauls speeding to the rescue ti i fJfjri 4 radio message from the Penn Church Old Courthouse told ot the plight of the lvn hnf era Vf nn riptails hovond Miss Betty Williams 17yearold Lansdowne High School girl whose ceive About Checks Being Prepared Parade in Wek End fgave no details beyond I saying the tug was flying distress run down by an automobile at j from all parts of the world 4 30 p tn Tickers were left far behind actual The driver of the car Willis H transactions ori thVstock oScliange Harvey 33 of Garflcld avenue floor Trading was atan 8000000 Harvcy Marioa took the injured boy to tnc Delaware Covtnty Hospital Phvsi signals and that the liner with its cjnns said he had suffered it possible Within the next few days the With prospects of a glorious passengers would stand by until j fracture of the skull in addition to the county will bc enriched by the downpour of rain whichbegan Pcnnsvivallja and Captain Edc Pftacc William Emcrtck at the ing at Ocean City Md yesterday receipt of license fees paid for li larsLJlS V i Anderson thc Dauntless The Dauntj line police station the boy rti Brook ran into when a treacherous backwash swept censcs to scn 32 per cent beer countv whn trckfd to seaside and Th wiu enJo a hoUI the loot ol hou teemn sucet inej aDDroximalciy 528000 and the town dav as well as those who will onlv be r1 v sends of residents of this city and j N Y j iiVp roadway from ijchlnd a parked hard will Miss Williams of s13000 day as well as those who will only be Anrirr nas it crew of 13 and receive fortunate enough to eet away for the oh The barge being towed is loaded automobile of oil Captain Harvey was held in bau day are hoping the suns rays will aw the license eventually break forth and assure nnint rtpnlrr nnri a innior in I tins Iees which are paid to the county reai Fourth of July weather minus amS sdfool NEARTRAGEDY turnecl over lo the municipalities Tnc onehundred and fiftyseventh j mTTX T Larisdownp1 n whlch lhe censed places are anniversary of the signing of the I ON R ANhfi I INK The exception is townshps Declaration of independence which j Ul D U r nrt hpmu Hist class inerciorc in LUC celebrated tomorrow finds prcpar await the outcome of the boys in juries FINANCE LEADER William Dcery 19 of 235 Rocking ham road Drexel Hill below first class Therefore in townships of Mavple Newtown Edge atlons for many celebrations nearly share pace Buying rushes also brought swift trading activity Into the lending com modity at Chicago soared four cents a bushel lo new highs for the season under the double Impetus of the currency situation and unfavorable crop news Private crop estimates today confirmed reports of great damage to wheat from the scorching heat wave that has rav aged thn grain belts All grains mounted to new Thc quartet went bathing before mont Concord Birmingham Thon complcte the lifeguards were on duty There bury Chester Upper ChichCotc Thc pretcrltiolls CVRn in thls was a strong backwash and before i Middletown Upper Pi evidence and city wil be in Wcst Eml where they realised their danger all four Bethel the license fees remain m the there wSn a parade In which fra had been swept beyond the breaker i county treasury tcrnal organizations fire companies line and were being carried away from Checks are being praparertin i tliu ctc wju The highs as the Board of Trades pits seethed with activity AtNew York thc cotton market jumped more than 52 a bale Other commodity markets including rubber sugar and coffre were strong and active I The usual rush of quickturn tracl rrs lo cnfih in on paper profits brought TWO Men Leap to Safety Its PoWCr and KesOUrCCS j intermittent declines from thc highs i Ihiit buying demand was so strong V0mpai n lin i nau ui prices held near the top levels Kuhn Loch Co Ol thc Edwnrd Whelan giving an address in the 1600 block Thompson street in Philadelphia was committed to jail in clcfnult of bail yesterday by Magistrate WiiHir S Swurtley of Glcnolden who held him for court on the charge of enticing a minor Whclnns arrest by Deputy Sherifl Thomas J Moloncy of Glcnolden followed an exciting chase by Daniel McOugan a Chester pike garapcman and Magistrate Forwood Clark whose is charged with noyhiK The Phlliulclplilnn R man about 32 years of nge with two other men were motoring on Chester pike When they reached point Just cas1 of Gardner nvcnutt they were com pelled to slop on account of tire trouble mid Whelan was sent to a ncnrby garage In search of tire patches As he walked toward Ashliind ave nue he Is said to have attempted to annoy Marian Clark twelveyear old laughter of Magistrate Clark ot Glcnolden by whistling to attract attention The girl paid no attention to the man who redoubled his steps and caught up with her As they Those of the 95 persons indicted In Philadelphia Thursday with State Senator John J McClurc as mem bers of a gigantic rum ring con spiracy who have not yet posted bond today were given an additional period of grace until Thursday afternoon On Thursday bench warrants will be issued for the arrest of all who have fniled to post bond it was an nounced today by United States Mar shal Walter C Fetters thus far 38 of the 06 indicted have supplied aond Among those who posted bail today were Howard M Reese former Fourth ward Chester Magistrate who gave a bond and Max Zisovits oC Chester whose hail was Fetters denied a report that Sen ator McClure had been privately fin gerprinted by a Chester police official who was to forward a set of ths prints to Philadelphia The marshal declared Senator McClure would be forced to submit to fingerprinting In his office in Philadelphia as tha others accused It is n known fact In this city hnt some of those listed in the scri sntlonal presentment last Thursday have not been residents here for several years and their Intimate friends profess to be Ignorant of their present whereabouts Like those who preceded them with the exception of Senator John J McClure allwho appeared this mornhiR had to have their bonds approved by United States District Attorney and then to submit to Many have raised the question of the legality of fingerprinting but a recent opinion handed down by a Federal Judge slvcs the government Continued on Last Page When Train Wrecks Auto Near Upland shore office of County Treasurer William under he hVispices of West End j ft Baltimore and Ohio grade WASHINGTON July HELD AS OPERATOR i Dirkel by Deputy Evan E Bartleson Association FIRST BAPTIST TICNtC Continued on Last OCCASIONAL RAIN IN THIS AREA TODAY Occasional rain and continued coo is the forecast for Eastern Pcnnsyl v ila New Jersey Delaware arid Maryland It will be iir and warmer tomorrow The highest temperature here es tcrday was 85 at p m ahj the lowest was 64 at 9 p m with nn average one degree below normal of 75 Thc highest temperature ever recorded here on July 2 was 103 in 1901 and the lowest was 59 in 1833 Sunrise today was at a m and sunset will be at p m TV Af ls esmae at tmarcers Imany fatal accidents was the scene j IJJliALirjn0 representingat least35 organizations of another neartragedy at430 am 1 crossing Hi Upland lane scene of i Thc powerful private banking firm The Sunday school 5 att huch Se v yK 4 X f p VVW j v uv rtllULIi nw muu OJt1 JNUMLvLKo LiAMLi PXIRTPRCiHTP PROWS i win bein line ofrtre comj today when two men jumped j panics fifteen bands and bugle tllcir automobileand escaped di from corps will accompany the marchers Retaiicrs of gasoline in this county AtlOjlS a m there will be patrl dcrlng express train struck the carstudy of stattstics filed at the Senate rther strengthened their ranks In oUc at the Old Court Hwite lu which they had been riding banking inquiry dispelledlhc popu Fifth and Market street instead oj at Preston Mercer alias Cockey Negro of the 1700 block Catherine street was released in the sum of S800 bail Saturday night following a hearing before Magistrate Edward L Shumway of the Seventh ward on the charge of aiding and abetting a number mcetlnV held in thc Red ofthe rTrsi rresbyterTan6hurchTnd He was arrested on a warrant pro Mens Hall 2112 West Third street rhaplain ot the lllth Infantry Wai of J P Morgan alone as the American leader in the death a world of finance fraction of a second before a thun1 This was disclosed today wlien a their fight against an tax i lnc graveof John Morton1 signer of on their commodity at a recent meetjthe Declaration who is buried In old The men who had the remarkable i lar belief that the international escape from death are Richard Nebbanking partnership of Kuhn Locb lett 116 Wcst yorcstview road Park and Company constituted a formld t 1 nmn n A the First Baptist Church Seventh jand Fulton streets will hold nnold fashioned picnic In a section of Ches ter Park near thc Media entrance next Saturday afternoon It Is ex pected that between 300 and 400 per sons will participate Mrs Clarence Taylor is chairman of the Games and Sports Committee COURT AIDS YOUNG MOTHER IN NEED A yovniR mother apparently about nineteen years of ageappeared before Judge MacDndc at Media and Eastern daylight saving time plained that was not receiving R0OSEVELT CABINET DELAYED BY STORM ing when they took 34 new mem st Pauls cemetery The address will sue owner and driver of the car and able rlvnl of thr Morgan firm A bers into the organization at a wellbe by Rev William B Fugh pastor ijarries of Upland MARKED IMPROVEMENT support for her infant child from Joseph Angclo of Etldystonc Thc ludgc told the young woman that if she would return to the court next Friday the court would insist on Angclf paying up the arrearages of his court order A plea nf the girl that the baby needed milk touched thn heart of j progrilm trO nim aooara me cruiser Judge f haven t a dollar Indlanapons anchored two miles oft ANNAPOLIS Md July High wind driving rain and crash Ing waves today kept President Roosevelts Cabinet Irom reporting progress of the national recovery aboard the cruiser comparison of the two firms balance j In my pocknl he said but if some one here will Uvm a dollar to me Ill Oreste Pascale a private detective operating under a state license who has been investigating the number racket in this city Sev eral bundles of slips used in the racket which had been seized in Mercers home were introduced as evidence at the hearing totl Incluoes ter student timc snidthcv were drivinc to heels revealed firm ns bvwav of far superior in capiuM assets warninna light vcrc Innuoc an prom Dr John S Eynon of Ridley Park let you have It to buy milk he said aobut 85 per cent of the retail School will read the Declaration of jn operation according to Ncblctt The Morgrn firm known surgeon o his city is Horn Into their ers in gasoline of Delaware county independence HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY BT PTMS Committees were appointed to work in conjunction with members of thc associations of retail gasoline deal ers in the counties and states adjoin ing this area Brief in ob Jection to the profit cut made neces sary by present high taxes were given by several local men as well ae i visitors from who di scribed the methods being used in i the fight against the gas tax there Announcement of th services will tracks th Continoed on Last bul just avhe stared across Si M Tnomas shouted Look out decade train and both jumncd Inthe thc naval academy pier The Cabinet members sat in their automobiles waiting for the seas to abate before venturing to the crulssr i In launches BOARDM AN FLIER at Irrt the records revealed i Broad and Upland streets this mornj Angrln is said to have just grad creatboom vear of 1020 the j jnR itwas said his condition Is show ated from high school t l WESTING HOUSE CO GIVES V AT LATONIA HIGH TENSION WIRE BROKEN BY WINDS Holder of American Long Distance Record tured Skull in Crash During the storm last night thc hijh winds broke a high tension Bourlind Sweet Peach Sixtv Amscrav Ilick Amelia Lovic PCERJGal Knijfmatic I winds broke a high tension INDIANAPOLIS Ind July 3 Laura Kirv Tinv Kitty electric wire on thc Chester Boardman holder of Up Tadcastcr Mobile Pke at Darby Creek bridge separatj tne American long distance flying Flaunt Miss Adele Round Bend J ln Haverford and Marple town record injured here Saturday when mir cirt th the plane he was piloting In the Ben n i i i iti 1 I IwWIS Polly Murphy Gully lumper SColctown Weather cloudy Irark AT ARLINGTON PARK struck the crcte roadway causing a Pyro djx crashedVdied today technic display two days ahead of i Boardmans wife who rushed to schedule and narrowly missed fall hjs bedside by plane following thc so ing on Eueene Stellman IS of i ridcnt esriy Saturday and his brother Broom a 11 who was ridinp a bicycle were ujtn him whcn death camn across the roadway Traffic on thc i Board suffered a skull fracture and bridEe wa held up until temporary a broken back cnd neck when his tiny repairs could bc mde i GPE Be plane plunged to earth at municipal airport from height of r ins train ano coin jumnco m tin i imnrnvrmrnt Ncbiett was frozen with friKht and Morgan firm had four times the i couldnt remember whether the eni Hal fifty limes the cash five t mes iine of the auto stalled or whether I the deposits and nearly six llmM he turned off the iRnltion i thc asseU of KuhnLoch At the The express train Philadelphia i close of 1032 after both firms had bound truck the car with such i suffered enormous losses for three force that it was knocked asunder successive years thc Morgans had parts of the body chassis and en three limes the capital 11 times trie gine belnK strewn along thc tracks cash more than 20 times thc de fer several hundred yards posits and 12 times the assets Thc accident was first reported by The two firms ran a close race in Frarl Special Deputy Sheriff Bouldcn of recent years In thc notation of Chester township who aided Patrol ruritlcs Their profit were nearly 1 man Stewart In makinj a rvcn on this of the varied search for victim The ownership banking biislnefs Except for this of the car was traced through thc i the Moryan firm outclassed its only Iccnse platis which competitor in every other class of found after a long search Neb busmers failed to report the accident to i for several the license Topics of 1 lines POOR DIRECrOR POSTJJNFILLED Several Women in County Mentioned as Successor of Mrs Cheyney I Lou Watkins Drexel Hill post master refuses to resign With jobs as scarce as they are you can hardly blame him WrsTinghouse Electric and Manufac Forest Army Soldiers Home reana turlnc Company were elated this a Times headline Some of them we morning over a dispatch from Pittssaw arc still in the woods about burgh telling of a 5 per cent wace inwearing an army uniform crcasn for more than 20000 employes j of the company employes of the parent company and A man is seeking a divorce bccauss his wife wouldnt let him go swim Maybe she was right A fellow be mistaken by a all subsidiaries su s income Advise Veterans to Get Aid in Home Towns HAI CLOSE OAUS Morton R Alexander Philadelphia fish for To date more divorces have been granted in Media this year than last year Which means that quite a few additional will celebrate their inde pendence on Independence Day A speaker here said that predicting thn weather Is gradually getting to xiTrv rrvTrri t r inuiiicipBi Rirpurt icoiu n inisn 1Contessa Fretful Spoilt Beauty FIRST LAbh SO feet Boardman had just taken of Snow Play Saracen Maid Fire Star American Air Hindu Queen Kentucky Helen Fancy Feathers Heart Royal Gninea Sir Anthony Marsechan Sonr Hit Timorou JrUK r urkCDTT I wltil a second a heavy load of gasoline on the i of the New York to Los Manv of the organizations doing they would have continued to rccalvc of Springfield Mrs Warnn Marshall trcatmei i Angeles night i social servlcs work in this city are steady from their own Reel of Springfield Mrs T C Beswickj to ticir The first accident case recorded at i He had gained speed of about 100 continually faced with the task Home Snrvto Sections recent B Cheyncy who accepted the post with thc special county Emergency Relief Committee A number of wellknown women v t in thc county have been mentioned brokor and two friends Dr Paul Burn an cooscbon Drt for thc post and there have been ham and Mrs Burnham of comn ot me perfected active campaigns conducted by the ton were burner yesterday when the the science 15 peneciea friends of some of them snsoiinr lank of Alexanders yacht Amonc thc womrn mentioned a a In Cold Spring likely nominee for the place of Di nrr Care Mav rector of the Poor MrJudson Myers TI u i One of the Fourth warnings Harbor iDo nol swlm aone Especially IT All were taken ashore for medical treatment but were able to return homes voii can cct some sweet young thing l7lo swm wUh you i mies an hour when the ship sudj fectYng homeless men to thc care of iof Upper Darby Mrs A majority of veterans who pass Smith of Wayne Mrs Francis A Wayne Mrs Cross Dody Sun Tealimt rVarhi whirh oncneil Saturday was denly nosed into the ground Boardj mLnsions In this city as in no allot1 through Chester explain that they i Ougcit of AVessie Go Forth Hustle Gillian 10 veari man was pulled from the cockpit un1 menU in the organizations can pro are on their way to Washington to of Norwood t Flickrmaru Don Manuel MI winder avenue Drpxpli conscious He did not regain con vision be made for the wandering elc sec War Department officials or those Inasmuch j oin 01 0310 YUIJVM nnit hn nm iv a M frnm nf VotprarK ArtminlslrnLinn rnnrrrn Tnopr Fron Home Broad Sword Depot Peace Papyrograpb Collector Odcrir Foolhardy Point Blark Fool Ta Sails Eskimo Royal Treasure Blame Ifsw Cotton Time Toncny Weather cleat track heavy HllLwho suffered a fractured left sciousness before death Trek forcarm as the result of a fall from Sea Coin j on Satlrday Thirteen other accidents of a minor nature were to Istanbul Turkey i corded over trje weekend i Boardman entered Boardman set his long distance j organizations flying record in a hop from New York mcnl who ask temporary aid from of Veterans Administration conccrn j ing some matters pertinent to the 6orace ot Rszell Z tontlnued ts formerly under same policy No Paper Tomorrow In keeping with its custom lhe Chester Times will not mb lished tomorrow as President Judge W Roger Fronefield has gone to his summer camp at Rangcley Lake Maine it Is considered possible that i Judges John M Broomall and Albert Dutton MacDade may let thc vacancy remain during lhc summer Fven if an appointment is made and dramatic flisrhts on record j many of these cases men who ak spondcnce In caring for thc claims o i the new Drcctor of the Poor would Thc plans thc Cape was for money or food and lodging while veterans and the veterans can bc alihold the office only until January sichtad over Europ but employes they are passing through the city most assured of receiving much better j when Mrs Chcyneys fouryear term of Boureet Field Paris found und the onlv recourse is to refer them and more prompt attention by rei would have expired A Director Oi packet of New York on i to the missions many of which arc I malnlng at home and doing their con thc Poor Is one of the county offices ilresdy capacity Had the men j A great number of these men who i veteraaV allowances or to appllca ihsve left their own towns are former tions for some allowance The Vet thc aviation Jcervlce men and they are motivated1 erans Bureau the War Department galaxy of fame overnight by this to travel from a number of influences i and thc American Red Cross coor one of the most remarkable The local Red Cross offices daily have I dlnatc In their reports and corre many of these cases men who ak spondcnce In caring for thc claims of UMrt remained in their own commtinitles ra LMt lo he Ailed at the coming November elecUon I Times Ad Soon Sold His Coupe Chester Times classified ads make automobiles move quickly This is thc verdict of E Swanger Ninth street and Central avenue I always get splendid results from any ad I put In the Chester Times was his comment follow ing the recent sale of a coupe through this medium I have sold cars before through the Times The Weather WASHINGTON July Pennsylvania Fair and continued cool tonight Tuesday faiir with slowly risinp temperature Western Pennsylvania Fair tonichl and Tuesday continued cool tonijhl Tuesday fair with slowly rising tem i pcraturc TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m 7 a m 8 am 9 10 m 56 11 a m 56 Noon 57 1 p m 53 2 p m 54 57 58   

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