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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - July 6, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                             DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE 10XTSS ENDING DECEMBER 31 1932 FINAL EDITION With All Latett and Best News of the Day 57TH 17637 Wire Reports of United Press UP Inurimlonal News Service INS CHESTER PA THURSDAY JULY 6 1933 EIGHTEEN PAGES PRICE TWO CENTS HULL IN SPEECH URGES PARLEY NOT TO ADJOURN Chief U S Delegate Argues at Session of Steering Committee Group Recesses Until I Later Today Foreign I Tactics Unmove F D R DOUG VISITED HERAMERICA IS SEEN ADOPTING A JEAN HARLOWS NEW ROMANCE LONDON July The Steering Committee of he j World Economic Conference decided this evening hat the conference should be continued LONDON July steer ing committee of the World Economic i Conference met at 4 p m today and immediately recessed In the interval hlle FORE1GNJPOLICY Ready to Transfer Centers of Diplomatic Effort to Latin Nations Shift the Outcome of Eco nomic Conference De bacle at Ixmdon i i i j wlr burnfd WASHINGTON July tremendous shift of American foreign policy worldwide in its ramifications wns anticipated in wellinformed Washington circles today as a result of liie economic conference debacle at London The United States was seen as ready to transfer its centers of foreign dip lomalic effort lo Latin America thc with Orient and Russia leaving European the search for a compromise formula his Impending separation nations to stew in their own juice to permit continuance of the confer from Mlr ritkford Douglas Fair President Roosevelts bluntspoken permit ence was J Ramsay ain Cordell Guido Jung France Hendrikus Colijn Holland and Neville Chamberlain Great Brit ain lish staje GEOLOGICAL MUSEUM London July eleventhhour at tempt by the United States delegation to keep the World Economic Confer ence on its feet failed temporarily today when France persisted in her refusal to negotiate tariffs and quotas while the international money dance is on Secretary of State Cordell Hull chief of the American delegation launched the attempt during a three hour meeting of the conference bureau or steering committee but emerged at the luncheon recess grim and unsmiling END GANG ATTACKS OFFICER Latter Believes He lityInto a pattern ot predictions made by some of his close friends on Cap itol Hill These predictions were that the Chief Executive although perfectly willing lo meet with European states men on a Riveandtakc basis had oetermined not to permit sx repetition of past international conferences at which America lost Us shirt The TAPLIN RAILROAD DEALS BARED AT US STOCKS PROBE Carrier Chief and Family I Made Biff Profit in Penn road Formation WORLD AHEAD Pccora firings Out Sub pcnu Mixup in Which Executive Figured WASHINGTON July Frank K TnpHn and members of his family were vovcalert lodny by Semite Slock Market mvrsllcators to hnvo iwde a iJOlGftOO profit in the 1929 sale ot PiitshULRh nnd West Virginia railroad stock In tho Ponnroiul Cor poration nl per share above market prices Taplin president of lhe Pittsburgh ind West Virfilnlu and members tils fnmily were listed among ti group of nbout 50 shareholders who disposed of their common slock lo Ponnroad at when the market Quotation was Made Getaway Hotfoot Gang of the Fifth ward j basis came as no said to he professional cop baiters j neither If majority favors it ths American deleRation carried out the wishes of President Roosevelt in attempting to convince France and other members of the European gold bloc that currency stabilization is only a minor problem The French made one concession however by proposing continuation gj out of patience with European ef Wounded One Who forts to wring further concessions from this country without yielding anything in return To members of this group thc j t Roosevelt bombshell refusing to j A gang that outrivals the famous slablllzc mc dollar on a temporary surprise And developments as foreign Hollywooinjf experts arr iryinjto lint one and nnr lnjetlier In makr a pair since Jean llarlnw been stfn In the company of Lieutenant Tltn Falronl Italian speed flier who holds a numbernf records Shr Is shown with him and watching him flylnjr upside down at thr los Angeles air races CHESTER MAN OFFICE HOLDERS While the position of the United fniimv highlv sitnificant when viewed States is that It will not oppose being sought by citj police follow s o broad or journment If majority sentiment ing i component parts n shooting affray at Sixth and i policv Wilson streets at 130 a m today I Among the developments were One of the gangsters was shot by j huge naval buildingprogram involv Patrolman Thomas Lanahan after j ingfi more than during his life was threatened by one of the 1 ing more than during mob but the wounded thug made his j preachment toward Latin American getaway and at a late hour this j countries nnd preliminary moves afternoon police had found no trace looking toward diplomatic and qrcatly increased trade relations with Russia ONE OF RESCUED Eleven Survivors of Storm Wrecked Barges Landed at Lewes Del ASKEDTO RESIGN Committee of 100 Suggests Action Be Taken by Men Under Indictment WITNESSES ARE RECALLED BY FEDERAL JURY Prosecutor Keyes Seeks Indictment of Several County Leaders Some of Men Indicted Fac ingPerjury Charge Warrants Prepared j Knrnuragici hy lhe auritsft of his rolml pilot In a lest llljtht over New Vork Wiley 1ixsl above was pre Two persons cited by witnesses who testified before the Federal Grand Jury in Philadelphia may be indicted with several others when the Jurors resume their probe today for 17 already Indicted were to be served unless they render at thc office of U S Commis cr by tonight given loliikc n IT next week In his Ulnnir Mar nn un attempt in Inwrr j his own Rloheelrcllnir record of right I Slates mnrshals this morning and i search slatted lor a few who hava been unaccounted for since the inves The 15 hours 51 made with Tnplins contributed sold to Pennroiul nnd look about one j third of the estimated as thc j excess above market prices psild by j Pe nn road for lhe Pittsburgh nnd West Virginia holdings j Members of lhe Taplin fiimily j named loday were Frank E C F F E Jr Thomns E Kdllh R nnd Glnm b Others whose prolllx were larpc were William C AtwaUr K W Backus D P Davis C P Hulchlns Feron and Company H Kronse K S Kenrtrlck U S MeVilKh McDonnell and Company North American Corporation D Uhrlg Under qncsllonlnp by Fcrdlmind Pzcorn committee counsel Tnplln Identified F H Olnn onn of hn lesser participants In the melon as a of discussions aimed at coordinating j Tne suspect a member of a noj Side by sidi with these was a gigan markeling and production providing torlcms fRmnv jn tne Eleventh ward tic program of domestic selfcontain all monetary and tariff questions are shelved for the meantime Hulls aim was to continue all cco i was scen n aa automobile headed i mcnt involved in thc major relief and for Wilmington Del shortly after recovery acts passed at the special Fliers have been sent our session r Overwhelming support from Con n hv pcct an early arrest as all hospitals gross was in sight as all signs pointed i RtLewis Del Jcsterday bj re in Delaware and Maryland are being to a far more uncompromising Amcr Johnson cess the United States Great Britain watchej DV police i Lanahan madehis 130 a m call i Continued on Pace Seven Praising the heroism of Captain A resolution demanding the rcslg Oscar Johnson ofthe tugboat Kalecn nation of Senator J 1 McClure and n r i i i11 i Clerk of the House of Representatives eleven survivals including two Eugcne p whllc oUlcl women from the three barges which public officials under Federal Grand were lost during the storm of Monday Jury indictment wns passed by the HAGEN NOSES OUT DUDLEY JM LEAD Scores MO to Ml for County Pro in Subpar Shooting in Scotland ST ANDREWS Scotland July Hngcn who won his first nritish open championship In 1022 captured H three times after that and entered this ynar with the lawyer of Inn Van Sveringen InI stinnitx of old IIRC upon him crushed tah I Uh a subpar 72 today to that I he purpose has r of lhe Pcnnsyl ot those Indicted will not hi ri ILU with warrants as they are now serving prison terms Until a lata hour this morning 73 of the 96 in dicted had posted bond for their ap pem ance in court Today D Harvey Sykes former Fourth ward constable Edgar A Owvis former private detective and several others who previously testi fied were seen in the corridors of the Federal Building They will repeat their stories today or tomorrow tn order lo strengthen evidence against at least two political luminaries who escaped Indictment last Keen Interest Is being manifest by courthouse employes as to who tha pair willbe the name of one bcinrj frequently mentioned It Is also expected that true bills against six individuals who were called before the Grand Jury would face additional indictments charging them with perjury Department of Justice agents who uncovered the alleged alliance be tween the political ring arid the sup Conlinued on Paje Seveo a m nomic discussions with currency ivi his dcscription and police ex stabihzatioii alone postponed At the time of the luncheon the British dominions Scandanavia and Japan stood firm for continuing the conference This unexpected lineup farced the French to modify their attitude to some slight extent None of the 18 nations represented Continued on Seven BURNS CAUSE DEATH OF BOY Clothing Ignited by Flame 400 LOCAL BOYS READY FOR TRIP over a police box at Sixth and son streets As he walked beneath i the Pennsylvania Railroad bridge at Fifth and Wilson streets his attenj tiori was attracted bythe boisterous actions of a trio who were sitting on i the steps leading to the freight staj tion of the railroad at that point Lanahan approached to invcstii Attend the gate As he did one of the youths is alleged to have remarked Go i to h down to Third and Wilson streets or take a beating i As the offlcer approached one of the youths who was holding a gal I night off Fenwick Island were landed Deltiwnie County Committee of One iHundied at a meeting attended by 11 members from all parts of the county held last evening in the Chester Y the W CA building Seventh and Sproul They told thrilling talcs of terrific storm and mountainous waves which washed thc decks of the barges i e Committee of One Hundred and threatened at any time lo sink I fonncd for the purpose of furtherance vnnln Rallroncl in creating lhe Pcnn ond Corporation was to engage In alUe with thc Van Swerlnijens nnd Ihcr aggressive competitors for 1ull lominance east of lhe Mississippi Gfnn hnl 1007 shares In the syn llcate and miuie Kvldcncc that Kuhn Leob it Co cnt more Ihnn io 175 stock brokerage llrms in the fivc ycarpcrlod thut saw the slock mar cel boom and crash was inside public nday by thc Senate Bank Invcsll Ihem of the rescued persons Jost every jiivii L j lired in mens clothing when they I came ashoreThey were taken care of tbhight bythe Red Cross at Lewes and tomorrow iwlll leave York oh the Kalcen Chicago game Tomorrow A uuininsrccciic was civic social and public welfare the resolution ofTcrccl by Harmon attorney Those men tlohedin addition to the Senator and Mr White1 arc O chief of county detectives M N Trestrall for New Assistant county detective Chris Nncrclli county asscrsor Thomas P that of county nssosor John J Lut I Fletcher Wllllnms of this citv Hc i Irell city cpmmlssioncr Edward Rob AI 3S Connie Macks GllCStS had a fivemonthsold puppy Teddy aboard when the craft was believed nson mercantile Ux collector James r Mcll Hlatc detective Edward From Firecracker Found in Street rj jsmne nqnui reached to his pocket Fearing he was going to be I shotand against odds of 3 to 1 Lanahan pulled his service pistol and who appeared shot at the fellow of to have a gun Virgil Popdan six years old 226 West Third street died last i The trio fled A trail of blood led night In the Chester Hospital of j to a house on West Sixth street but body burns sustained late yesterday j the suspect left before detectives afternoon from powder burns which i who were armed with a search war ignited his clothing when he was rant reached thc place setting off firecrackers near his Later todiv Patrolman home j who aided in The boy had picked up several suspect arrested day treat in thc Philadelphia Ameri can League baseball stadium It will be their pleasure to witness a game played by Connie Macks Philadelphia Athletics and the Chicago White Sox team It will be a study in human char acter to watch these yougstcrs from J i the streets of this city Fry r sinking He tied thc dog to his back Lax thc and leaped into the sea A rope was 9hcstr ftnd Arnold MacNcal state thrown to him from the Kalcen and I detective he was hauled aboard Two Of the five men aboard the S i G Wilder were picked up on Tuesday I by the steamship Nassau of the Southern Transportation Company and landed at Norfolk Va The committee admitted an Indlcl mcnt not a conviction but ex pressed the belief that anyone holding an office of public trust should be above reproach or suspicion and tha In fairness to their office thc citizens Those landed at Lewes by Captain themselves the office holder 1 J n I tn rwn fnm nffn Coinnilllcc The evidence was contained In an exhibit subinHUdul the request of committee counsel boeniCndeavori to find out nil sources of loans for stock market purposes up to and Im mcdialcly following tho debacle The exhibit covcrinR 1027 to 1031 inclusive also listed nine loans to taling more lhan bylhr New York private banking house io forclcn and domcslin corporations In which the collateral pledged con sisted of securities tn the issuance of which Kuhn Loeb participated FACTOR TO BE FREED SOON IS REPORT score of MO JIurd on his heels was Ed Dudley of Concordvlllc Delaware County Pa who added a brilliant 71 lo his 10 of ycwterdny for a tola of Hi It wns lhe magnificent 68 in lhe round which enabled the vet eran American pro to remain at the head thc class wllh only a few dangerous opponents still lo report There wos more for Hngcn than the satisfaction of leading the field far his marvclously steady play left Gene Snrazcn the present title holder clustered witfi two other Americans Leo Dlcgcl pnd Joe Kirfe Ijvthird plftcc with 145 have Tried tohide Ik but keen rivalry still exists between Hmgcn mid Saraycn and llidra is no doubt It llcklcd him lo see Gene go out tn 33 three under and then ex plode with a tremendous detonation taking 10 on thc home nine for n total of TJ The 13 represented par figures for 8arnycn bul Just RS yesterday par figures became commonplace today ns thc weather cleared after a misty drizzling morning and one golfer after another went roarmg through the turf and grass and sand of St An made the Johnson included Captain and Mrs mentioned should resign from offic AS lai A i lt and all others under Indictment fjnrber Factor virtually arc CHICAGO July llons Tor the return ot John Jake thc com llToi iin n ft 01 Miller Of the bargj WhitchaVCtt Of I Oill f M U timi tney aie concemeo lomoiiow niteii Rb n v H if either resign or be dismissed by their nfi tiln kifinnnrrl hrnkor ITITV noon will be thc high spot in thi Norfolk va J K ucaniy ann vnc t ct Mictca ana inc KKinapcci mokcr may Colonial Beach Va Everett superiors that in th case of State jC detectives thc District Attorney NEW JUVENILE HOMEPROBABLE County Authorities Arc Considering Abandoning Present Building The Juvenile House of Detention on Crosby streetnear Third this city maybeabandoned by county authorities and new established forJjuvenile delinquents during the meeting of Cpunty Commissioners at Media yesterday i A letter wns received from tha State Department of Lnbor and try the result of a recent lnsptvi5 asking that second means of egress txt provided from thesecond and third floors of the building It Is also requested that a fireproof celling be erected over lhe basement healing plant If It is necessary to bolt doom af night and there should be a matron1 on duty all night departments recommendation stated popeyed Hagcn was out In 35 one below par Continued nn 1mgr Seven home within 24 hodrs it WHS squibs which he found lying in the street and began Sighting them with a match Suddenly one of the pieces of explosive emitted a hissing sound j dealers car several which was followed by a flash that i Police say Stow admitted driving igniled his clothing j his car on the stolen tag but claimed t The boys screams attracted the a fort b attention of his parents and neigh bors When they reached him his clothing was in flames and his body badly seared He was rushed to the hospital in the first aid wagon of the Franklin Fire Company Despite the part of the doctors at the institution Seventh and Wilson driving license tag which INFORMATION ABOUT T H E N K W FOSTO F FIC E V f nntr D tl 3 fnrf rt UIO Un 11 JI It he found it near Boothun a fort custom has bcen in vogue several night ago years at Shibe Park with the young Lanahan claims that the wounded sters comlng from aU arca n and Mrs C N Briston of Norfolk guests of Captain Patridge aboard ug wcre thug was shot in the arm or hand suspect was seen in a car driven by a youth who resides on Highland avenue shortly before 8 R m It is believed thut they have headed for a to save his life the boy succumbed tn Maryland hideout the burns about oclock last Police have been instructed to ar night He was the son and Mrs Anna Popdan of Thomasrest everyone on the after lj with thc vicinity of the Quaker City Of all the crowds of boys who have been the guests of Connie Mack it Is safe to say that none have been more appreciative than this band of local lads the boy FAIR WEATHER IS FORECAST TODAY j HURRICANE SWEEPS I IN TOWARD TEXAS Factor abducted early last Saturday morning at a North Shore roadhouse Is expected lo go to one of his four homes lonlght Negotiations have been conducted Arvcy nnd Moe Rosenberg the latter an Indicted Democratic BROWNSVILLE Tex July politician Despite Insistent denials j wind rose hugo waves by Jerome Factor 10 son of thc elder AIMEES PAJAMAS SHOCKS HUTTON a m but little attention has been Tjpjanc i paid to this order durinc the past highest tempcrnturc here yc The Boys Club work that has be tcrday war 36 degrees at 420 p m sind nrrlfr tuti t war Bi degrees ai iiiu p m si nn Jew weeks While this order wns such an intricate part of iowcs wa 63 at 5 0 am Tho ncr erirnrrnri hr rifcrcas in tile i l1c lowest wa os at a m in Fair with not much change in Paclrc lKant and rain as lhe barometer I received by A L Kpslcln an attor below normal i npy Epstein was wllh lhe Factors cane sweeping in i when the broker was and him from lhe Gulf of Mexico was gainjsclf was held by Iho ginK for a short warc collntys carc of younger LOS ANGELES July 1 am shocked greatly shocked commented David Hutton today when advised by Angelus Temple friends that his wife Mrs Aimee Semple Mc PhcrsonHutton had been seen dis t J T VIIU number of arrests has bcen largely confined to boys who have been given little of other crimes was of 74 wa one derrc for the date but two in in velocity Tile wind was estimated at 50 mites an hour at Padre Island Laguna Macire seldom filled wllh Before The proposed Federal building in Ihls city will be given very careful consideration with as little delay as possible according to a letter re ceived here today by William F Dele hanty manager of the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce from Sllllrnan Evans fourth assistant post master general Recently officials of the Chamber of Commerce appealed to Postmaster General Wllllnm J Farley for im mediate nctlon on the new postofficc They also sent letters to Senators David A Rood and James J Davis and ConRrossinfin James Wolfendcn rcprcseiHiillve nf this district ln nls rcP JllrEvans states that pliance with the recommendations In the1 discussion of the letter by the commissioners It was disclosed that sleps have already been taken Continued nn PageSoen 1 S TREASURY BALANCE WASHINGTON treasury net balance for July 1 waa Ordinary expendi tures that day were Customs receipts for July 1 wers Topics of Times Jim Dcavcnport says the averagd of honesty Is greater among fat men Which probably Is explained by th factthat it is hard for them to stoop to low things It lakes a lot of patience k rnaks good in your chosen profession said rstuorc nis it r i m UIKJMJU jjiui learned he was given inslructions building consnictlon will he I n ocai doctor addressing it i for negotiations The original ransom demand of REPORT DAVIS MAY j QUIT AS U S ENVOY j Continued definite iu uus wuu inivc occn Riven luuc ui above the axcrage July o last year i iasuna lacirc ficinom jiiiLti wnn i w v lifes pleasant opportunities The I Maximum tempera lure for tiir dateii sea water was about to overflow Thc S1SO000 was understood to have been nnTiij imn Ito cnarcAlv ellin alnnfr TOdUCed ITlR mOUCi WBS tO bC Obj y l mr numrrous A MA Is possibjo as WASHINGTON July porting herself in flame colored PaaItjQen decision of Norman H Davis jamas in a Paris hospital where she was reported be recovering from an abdominal operation I will make no effort to direct my wifes personal life but just the same I am shocked Hutton said t i Hutton discounted reports that his UnUcd statwi ambassacloratlargc fife would remain in Paris nnd not Davis has abandoned his plan for an early return to Geneva and ts coming to Washington for confer FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH PfCNlC Seven in 1922 the mainland Waves i Sunrise today was at 533 a m inri i the Islands edges sunset will be at 833 p m eastern In Brownsville the barometer daylight saving time drnpprd 25 points below normal of the American delegation to the Geneva Disarmament Conference to come to Washington revived ru mors today that he might resign as wife return to America HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY United Prew annual picnic of thc school connected with th2 First Bap st Church Seventh and Fulton street will be at ChesLcr Park Saturday afternoon in ins section near tho nce to the park has bcen allotted lo lhe church for the after noon and a varied program of events j cnccs at the White House and State iviu held Included in the list is a Old World An tiques ForHaverford College talned from one of bank accounts a source close to the family said l J WITH BALDWIN WORKS FOR 5 i XT I XT Jhib 11N HhKLlrS line claw Yes and a Jot of patients The use of horses in this country Is increasing pipes Nate the Notorious Thats one line that has been stab sim Department His decision was considered signifi cant in official circles because of trie persistent rumors that he might re sign because of the revrlatlons at the Senatorial stock market inquiry that hc had borrowed large sums from J P Morpan t Co and that IIP suil was indebted to the international bankers baseball game between thc married a single men scheduled for 2 Tiie peoples of the ancient world lo show that people of the ancient forgc anUqUes with as much rcvcr world thought just as much of anl 5 BERLIN July pln clvil Schmcling j 1 PjAKbjOcrmanyR heavyweight boxing hope rolls wncn and Army Ondray netrcw were mar Numismatist says collectors ofrara General business Is on ihr up and ncd ln registry office loday arc increaKlngi according to up hut we arc just bcginnlnc U feel i rlr c ichtcrs trainer Jimmv Baxter Weve noticed that the benefits said Samuel M 1S mil during the simple lhosc wc have bccn to coUect re iclain who has just completed 50 years j niarrinRO ceremony which lasted but ccnlly nave bem vcry rare of service with Baldwin Locomotive I minnlrs j i Ar soon as the wedding wiu over During these days of return to General AT LATONIA Grand Rock Kannle Ion Hildas Dream Pal John Sport Louise Briny Back Bnbbliny WATER MAIN BREAK Mr h REPAIRED PROMPTLY Another break in a water main Brunt Mown he corner of Eleventh street and Fair Bilofair Woodworker Edgmont avenue occurred early this trick fmst i morning sent a ypung geyser of water i J j and mud bubbling from the broken i i business Is continuing tolfhc couple whisked away in the car i normalcy selfconfidence is com ad and this will help usfor an i mcndable bul a pat on the back i naiuwm and Us subsidiaries booked I dangerous these days of sunburn as such things are kept today I as do wc said Professor Grant morc husincs n mf iian for any WILL ATTKNI Professor Klihu Grant of Havcrford yesterday I remember HndlnR 1931 xvilliam P nnohmiv manager nf i Pockethook makers have gone on k Too bad that when people ara again u radio star tells us The meeting Is called to consider that music curcs hadacnes o K William F Dclchanty manager of Howard McCiay Is pcnrral chair man of the committee in rharre of fnunri Toft drnlly trrafiirrd and many olher NKW YORK July6Onn of the arranccmcnts for outin ann werc lounn as DV111IUU much older ihen thc ruins of pontoons of he waplanc In which Clarencs Taylor has bccn named chairman of the sports program Privately ornrd automobiles will fit to trnsport the picnickers to and from the park BOY BICYCLIST OF MISHAP AT ARLINGTON PARK Conn I Bonnet Her Elegance Biltmorr Inttm Airs Fa I riot Nijht Gene D Tommy Cash Surrender Wealher track years ago Thc Havcrford excavations hav mesh the ruins of city half way br and the sea It 3 In the first book of the period which Pro fessor Grant has recently bccn rx rulc dis coveries this year was an Egyptian j paving over the break and for somej lying unconscious on The Fauik road inches Egyptian limestone time the entire intersection was covj near the intersection of Namaansion the back is an account of the ered with water and mud which was Crncfk f aLly wedding of Amenhotrp III of KjypL lha bov nd either fallen or had and princoss Tiv a It earned oft by the surface drains n a n The break caused some inconvenience to motorists as their cars were splat houses in which Thry wrre found j Colonel Charles A Lindbergh and Dr Grant Is particularly proud of Mrs Lindbergh plan to fly to Green a bronze hoc years old which land was bnlng equipped today with was found loo late to he packed in an outboard motor It will enable thnn to maneuver the ship more easily on the water scheduled to Inspect the lhc a i srnt to Philadelphia It is more than six lhan two Inches that a forked stick can be ho scope of lhe National Indus trial Recovery Art An exposition of thn law ami codes proposed there under will be presented by John C Gall counsel National As sociation of Manufacturers Washing ton D C by us Vincc but we have heard some on the radio that cause headaches iand possibly to make heated and bent very much as are shovel lops today The excavations at EcthShemcsh arc In a great round mound from R E SHARPLESS IN CRITICAL CONDITION a segment much as one would cut into a piece of cake At about two fot lyln in the roadway nearby Governor at BsthShemesh about Hc was taken to the Delaware Hosi HOO B C Whatever is first fair it 1S CCl dO7n tered with yellow clay and water i pital in the ambulance of tho Claywas finally at thc aee of 400 Within a short time after the break j mont Fire Company and treated for burled brneath the homo of some srarab Amcnhotep was found was reported by residents of the concussion of the brain He was held Egyptian to brinr sood luck and everslx Iccl Tickk j neighborhood emergency repair crews of the Chester Water Service Com I were on hand to begin repairs for observation lasting which the scarab Is al Patrolman McConncll nf the State i members of his household i continued Police Is conducting an investigation We hive found plenty of evidence AJV Robert E sharpless of Thornton i editor of the Swarthmorcan secrc tary to Speaker of the House Grover j C Talbot and former member of thc j Chester Times reportorial staffwas admillnd lo lhe J Lewis Crozcr Hos pital this week sufferinp from spinal meningitis Hc Is in a critical condi to save his hie Times Ad Gets Pocketbook Back How a Chester Times ad restored lost pocketbook containing a sum of money and valuable rosary beads is described by Mrs J Mul doon 110 Tcrrill street Mrs Muldoon who placed an advertisement In the Lost and Found column for three days had her purse returned to her the last day thc ad appeared I was delighted to get it back was her comment and the Times ad WM responsible The Weather WASHINGTON July forecast Eastern Pennsylvania Generally toniuht and Friday slifhily tontrhl cooler in extrema north portion Friday afternoon New Jersey Generally lo nJjht Friday slightly warmer to Western Pennsylvania Generally fair tonight and Friday warmer in south portion tonight cooler neat Lake Erie Friday TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a 7 x a a 0 a 10 m6t 11 ft m 7 mSo Noon 74 m 68 1 p m 78 m68 2 p m TT   

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