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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - July 7, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DULY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE lONTIiS ENDING DECEMBER 31 1932 FIHAL EDITION With All Latest and Best of the Day S7TH 17638 Dilly Lttsed Wire Reports ol United Press UP International Service INSt CHESTER PA FRIDAY JULY 7 1933 TWENTY PAGES PRICE TWO CENTS MATTERN FLIER LOST IN SIBERIA wiRESHEssAFE Notifies Moscow and His Backers in Chicago But Gives No Details MISSING JJ SAVIATOR SAFE IN SIBERIA Reports Self at Anadir Ap proximately 1200 Miles From Nome Alaska MOSCOW July a telegram dispatched from Anadir in the Chukchi district of Eastern Si beria James Mattern longmissing Texas aviator reported himself safe today The telegram was dated July 5 but owing to slow communicationfacili ties reached here only this afternoon The spot where Mattern is safe is approximately 1200 miles from Nome There were no details to state how j rournllheworlil and his monopla ne Century nf Jrosress who has been missinj slncr lun ft ttP HAO IritiQCQ urWllCIl I lie i j i j i i i i i inn XTsiMt m DUDLEY SLUMPS ON 4TH ROUND IN BRITISH OPEN County Tro Scores 78 Aflcr Morning Round of 76 Has Total of 295 WORLD CURRENCY WAR SEEN RESULT OF LONDON MEET Movement Underway in Ixmdon to Form Bloc to Raise Prices A BANKER PONDERS OVER HIS FATE Hagrcn Out of Tourney Denny Shute Hits Par for Third Time Would Gold Nations Aloof Unless They Re valued Money LONDON 1933 by the United of a world currency war In which North and South America the British Em pire the Far East and Scandinavia would be aligned against the Euro pean gold standard nations developed today at the World Economic Confer JACK CRAWFORD Wimbledon Title Slashing Battle i Mattern had landed or when the niessage merely stating the flier safe It appeared however trmt Mattern j f AOI7C1 TA had landed In some isolated spot and VI A III then contrived to send a messenger IH1AJ 1 lo the telegraphic post to flash the news of his safety Mattern dropped from sight on June 14 after taking oft from Khaba rovsk for Nome Alaska on an at tempted nonstop night of 2500 miles At the time he had lost all hope of setting a new record for a round theworld flight but he had hoped to become the first man to make the trip alone CHICAGO July Mattern around the world flier who became lost over the desolate wastes of Siberia radioed his backers here today that he is safe A cryptic message received here said Safe Anadir Chukotka Siberia Signed Gemmie Matern Matterns backers attributed the misspelling of the aviators name to errors in transmission The radiogram from Siberia con tained just one word and the name ofa city but to Matterns friends it spelled a story of determination courage and perseverance in the face of illfortune After crossingthe Atlantic and reaching Russia Mattern was ahead of the roundtheworld record set by Post and Gatty But setting out across the sparsely populated areas ST ANDREWS Scotland July round scores of the British open golf championship fol low Gene Sarazen New Henry Cotton xCyril J H Tollpy Royal Haw U98 A movement was qiilcllv under wny Ed Dudley Concordvllle Pa39l9 to lnlllnle a 14 after his hop from Eastern Russia reported himself safe today in Kasttrn Siberia 1200 miles from Nome APPEAL IS MADE TO GIVERS OF BLOOD An appeal has been made for don ors of blood by physicians of the Australian irar TaUoc Chester Hospital staff to save the Australian oiar iahcs life of Louis Cathcart aged resident in of West Branch Rockdale a patient i who is seriously ill I Mr Cathcarts physician stated j that it is necessary for volunteers to BALDWIN WORKS BOOKING ORDERS Business Registered in June Best Since 1931 Statement Reveals WIMBLEDON Eng July British tennis crown tumbled jn order to place the patient on the from the brow of Ellsworth Vines of road to recovery the United States today when Jack j The aged man wav formerly sexton I of the Ml Hope Methodist Episcopal Crawford a crashing slashing player church alld is widelv known throueh fiom Australia defeated i Church and is widely known through him in a j out that section of the county Continued on Pae Eighteen NEGRO ACTRESS ACCUSED OF BIGAMY thrilling fiveset final match I The score was 46 119 62 26 Crawfords victory was unexpected jast year vines who is also Amer can national champion defeated him icre at Wimbledon in straight sets allowing him only six games But in the ensuing 12 months rawford emerged from comparative obscurity won the French tennis crown and mowed down a host of firststring opposition to meet Vines in the final match of the worlds greatest tennis tournament The match that carried the Aus tralian star to dizzy heights was a service duel from start to finish Many games at love with service The Australian pitted his J 7 stinging twisting service against FEDERAL PROBER Recanting of Testimony by Witnesses Will Mean In dictment for Perjury Thirty additional subpenas for per sons wanted as witnesses before the Federal Grand Jury investigating al leged alliance between politicians and a rum ring in this countywere issued xC Ross Somcrville London Ont Crais Wood Deal N xGcorfie T Dunlap Jr New York Alguste Boyer 279 Horton Smith Chicago 297 COUNTY PRO TIES FOR BRITISH OPEN ST ANDREWS Scotland July Wood f N 1 and Dcnsmore Shute of Manoa Delaware County Pa company and affiliated organizations during June registered the largest total since November 1931 The June business also showed an increase compared with thecorrej spending month of last year In June the company and its af filiates contracted for si368ooo of wo members of ho American business This compared with 000 in May of this year and contingent who U hours 000 in June 1932 In November 1931 I reCClVCd ln seemed hopelessly out of he Consolidated shipments by Ihe for the company last month totaled running lien lor me 000 compared with for May ni and si140000 for June 1932 and at open championship today with tho close of the first half of 1933 un filled orders amounted to aggregate scores of IM compared with on January 1 1933 At the close of the first six Ihe figure of was just I agreement along the lines of Presi dent Roosevelts Inflationary program which brought the conference to a llfcordcath crisis which would mean ultimately establishment of a bloc embracing the United Stales Great Britain and her dominions the Latin American nations Japan China and the Scandinavian nations in fnvor of price raising They wouldleave the gold standard nations as It was put to starve amidst their golden plenty unless they followed along and inflated or revalued their own currency Pressure from the British domin ions and notably from Canada whose Prime Minister R B Bennett stood shoulder to shoulder with Cordcll Hull of the United States In the fight to prevent adjournment of the conference was believed today to be pushing Great Britain Into line with the Roosevelt policy This pressure has eliminated the possibility that Great Britain would align herself with the gold standard lallons She now wns awaiting ap parently practical demonstration of the success o President Roosevelts policy with a view to possible emu lation The newspaper The Times which usually reflects the official British view said editorially today It Is ofthe utmost Importance lo DRIVE FOR PUBLIC COOPERATION ON RECOVERY PLANS Government Launches Widespread Campaign to Insure Its Success Program Patterned After Wartime Pushes Court Tests Faced Valaida Snow wellknown Negro actress known on the stage as Valaida was held under S1000 bail oh a charge of bigamy when she waived a hearing before Magistrate Fred T Cooper at Media yesterday Valaida married to Samuel LLanier Negro of New York In Atlanta Ga in July 1919 and on December 10 193L married Ananias Berry in Media The second husband is one of the Berry Brothers of the Negra Vines cannbnbaU and contrary to ex pectations it was the twist that won The jurors resumed their labors yesterday after a brief holiday 10 wit nesses being ushered before the in quisitorial panel One of the new frequently through the cham pions service Fifteen games passed street before Vines was able to break dovvn with selvice of the additional sub the Australians opposition and win i penas lleariy 20o persons will have a game from the chiUlengcrs service been to testify during the in one above the record of months of 1932 unfilled orders amounted to During the six months ended June 30 Baldwin and its affiliates 291 strokes established in 190S booked In new business I an increase of S200ooo when com nv James Braid and duplicated with falslfylnj MCCO nuts and inlsapproprlatinir funds of thr llarri National Hank and Cnni putiy nf wlilch he WHS president Jos eph W Hiirrimun pictured In this WASHINGTON July Copy right 1933 by the United government h launching a campaign for public cooperallon to assure tha success of the National Recovery Program that Is patterned utter the war time liberty loan drives Press learned today Thc campaign will be part of the fight againstin fluences threatening to lessen thn programs effectiveness The drive will be directed by Charles Francis Homer of Kansas City the man who sent fourmin ute speakers Into every crossroads hamlet In the Intensive propaganda campaigns of war days Horner tall and stern of feature was discovered by the United Press soon after he began work in a llttls office In the Department of Com merce He had under way variety of projects for posters displays which can be used by employers whoralsw wages and shorten working hours and for speakers who will spread message of Industrial salvation throughout the length and breadth of the land One of the early features of tha campaign will speech by Presi dent Roosevelt appealing to the na tion Farm relief administiators lave asked himalso to make a pcr onal appeal to southern farmers for he cotton acreage reduction plan The campaign being devised by pcnslvt pose as he appcarrrt at the openingof Ills trial in New York Defending him was Colour William 1 Oonovnn former Republican can didate for governor of New York the world that the policy of Great Britain and dominions should he Continued on Pige Eighteen PAVING OF CONGO R D ROAD IS COMPLETED CENTRAL SEWAGE DISPOSAL PLANT pared with the first half of the laled compared with first on two Jones occasions by Bobby In the first set Vines appeared to be an easy winner He made his own pace and repeatedly punched holes in Crawfords backhand with power ful line drives His service jvasa thing of beauty allowing him to sweep bc dancing team headliners in vaude hind it to the net snd slaughter ville for several years playing in New Crawfords returns Crawford was York nt present Vakida who is 27 claims that she was married to her first husband when she was 13 years old and says that the marriage has since been an nulled At yesterdays hearing three white attorneys two from Philadel phia and one from Chicago repre sented her and said that proof of her annulment would be forthcoming from Chicago in August At that time they said they would appear before the local court with theproof and ask for their clients release from the charge When she married her second hus band at Media the actress attracted considerable attention when she ap handicapped by a tendency to dou blefault The second set followed quiry which has already resulted in the indictment of 96 individuals That pressure is being brought to bear on some witnesses was revealed yesterday when Chet A Keyes the special prosecutor declared that if any witness recants his testimony the government immediately will press for his or her indictment for perjury INCIPIENT feLAZE IN PARISH RECTORY Within the next few days Concord road between Lincoln street and Cen tral tveiuie which hts been closed or the past month or more will again be opened fortraffic The stretch of roadway had been In almost impassable condition for Communities in County to Benefit hy the Public Works Program ST ANDREWS Scotland July beTore m Shortly before last midnight a Wood handsome blonde golfing star from Deal N J held the lead in the British Open Golf Cham slight fire occurred in a rear kitchen pionship today as most of the leaders shed of the parish house adjoining had finished their final rounds St Michaels church Eighth street Wood scored a 75 this afternoon and Edgmont avenue The flames 1 h wre extinguished by the crews of aflcr a blistering 63 in the morning the Moyamcnsing Hook and Ladder and had a 72hole total of 292 Company who responded to a still players who ranked among the Continued on Page Eighteen POSSESSES PRIZED COIN COLLECTION Old coins more than one hundred years old are among the collection owned by Magistrate Frank Lee of the Eighth Ward who specializes in American coins Among the col lection which he keeps at his home pearcd in a imported limousine I 928 West Third street he has a of an orchid hue and driven by a varied assortment of gold silver liveried chauffeur Yesterdays hear ing attracted scores of Negroes from Media and other sections who thronged the magistrates office and tha streets adjacent as the actress TRACING PASSER OF BOGUS BILL They can choose between doin service their duty as citizens or suffering tho until the twentieth game whsn consequences the special deputy 1 U S attorney general said After today it is expected that the jurors will probably sit one or two days next week and then be dismissed until August During the recess De partment of Justice agents will pursue leads offered by several of the wit nesses who have already testified The inquiry into income tax violations was said to be far from complete STAGGER SYSTEM PLAN SUCCESSFUL Industries in the Marcus Hook Area Have Oper ated on Full Time alarm leaders after the third round was The fire was discovered by mem complete were definitely behind bers of St Michaels C T A who wood were clearing chairs and tables from Gcne Sarazen defending champion the churchyard where they had added a 75 to a morning 73 and to been holding an outdoor card party ailed 293 He was tied by Leo Dlegel Immediately upon discovery of the who followed a brilliant 71 in the fire they called the Moyamenslng third round with a final round score prove It with twolane concrete highway which has now been com pleted It will provide a convenient outlet to the western section of the county A force of workmen employed on the project Is now engaged grading the shoulders of the road lorner fits In with this picture of tormy sailing and foreshadows an attempt to fix the slacker label on Individuals and busi ness firms It is apparent that every weapon wiHbe used to make the re covery programs successful Horner has a long record which has prepared himexcellently for tho workHe has been teacher cattlo ranch manager editor Chautauqiia organizer and concert bureau man ager The industrial recovery propa ganda campaign will Utilize all wartime methods The law provides for the enlistment of volunteer help Continued ra Company TRAFFIC ARRESTS ON CHESTER PIKE Tjrcnze and copper coins of Ameri can German Spanish and Mexican coinage Coinage of four expositions the Centennial Columbian San Fran posed for photographers representing j cisco and the SesquiCentennial are papers in Philadelphia and New York represented inthe collection Also there are several on which premiums are offered Included in the lot is a Columbian half dollar coined in A detail of fifteen state highway police in charge of Lieutenant Picker ing was busy on Chester Pike last night making a survey of traffic As a result of the activities of the de tail a number of arrests were made of 77 Henry Cotton British pro attached to a Belgian club one of the five top men at luncheon time blew up with a 79 and totaled 295 asdid Ed Dudley of Concordville Pa who scored a 78 Walter Hagcn of Detroit leader for two rounds slumped from the top with a 79 this morning and further damaged his chances with a 3D going out this afternoon Hagcn was definitely out of the i I IMPROVEMENTS UNDERWAY The Chester High School building Ninth and Pulton streets Is being put in firstclass condition Among the improvements being made by mechanics employed in thr school maintenance department Is the re newing of the floor in the auditorium and several of the classrooms Sev eral of the classrooms will also be re painted The work is being done under the supervision of Edmund B Oliver superintendent of the maintenance department for violations of the motor code prin tourney when he reached the flf cipally for speeding I teenth in eight over fours Justice of the Peace John M Hanger of Sharon Hill held court in the office of Justice of the Peace John F Malloy of Chester Pike who is out of town convalescing from Illness In a number of instances Ones were A material aid toward the return of i imposed by the justice Dudley came back in 30 for R 78 wprp Secret service agents were gold quarter coined in have been the Industries in Marcos Hook area through the period of the past honor of the San Francisco fair nere The collection was started thirty CONDITION UNCHANGED It was reported this morning by Continued on Klghteen LEAVES HOSPITAL CONSIDER PLANS FORRENTHELIEF Property Owners Await Aid Through the Fed eral Emergency Act feit notes having been given mer chants in thin city during the past few days Detectives say the notes are dim cult to detect They bear the serial number B16539392A and are on the New York Federal Reserve Bank Most of the spurious notes were passed in beer gardens and at gaso line service stations The automo bile license number of a Williamsport motorist who passed one was noted and this information given to Cap tain William Houghton of the Secret Service Dr John S Eynon of Ridley Park a prominent surgeon ot this city has been discharged from the Chester Hospital where he wns admitted as a medical patient two weeks ago to to re HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY BY United Press morian HllivUlS IVjIJiVl absolutely necessary to remove em TTSJ UnQIMTAI ployes from payrolls owing to de 13 Il nuol 11 crease jn orders lor products the few est possible persons were dropped 14 Said to be the victim of a hit and but in most cases a doubllngup ar tack splllill s He was run motorist Charles Plank 33 of frangcment was followed by which t omitted to the hospital on July 4 Seventh and Jeffrey streets was ad employes worked the staggersys and has undergone a delicate opcra mitted to the Chester Hospital at 130 j tern that created employment Tor al a m today Plank vas found unconscious unchanged with the pa in a grave condition Mr Sharpie1 is suffering from an at tion j most every person that had previously aij been on the payrolls U S TREASURY BALANCE HOME SERVICE SECTION REPORT ARMS PARLEY Green and Mcllvaine streets by police I The staggersystem enabled hun who removed him to the hospital drcds of persons who otherwise lice learned that Plank staggered n would have joined the army of the front of a car bearing Maryland li unemployed to retain their al cense plates the driver speeding away though it meant shorter time for after he felled the victim Plank ere everyone involved The system was ated a scene at the hospital and had successful however in preventing Good Work Is Hcinfif Aci to be shackled according to the police j j report l Cnntimicri nn Page Eighteen j COmpllShed for Needy Families in Area i WASHINGTON July 7 Treasury balance as of July f 8780096S Miscellaneous internal revenue Customs receipts USlSTOQlff The lyiuclvdlscussed central sewag disposal plant for the section of this county may soon be a reality It was jnacie Known last night Following fight for sue a plant representatives of 14 conii immltics which would be affected by lerilsnasalplant weretold lust night Ia meeting held in the borough alllansdownc that the money may c obtained through the governments tibllc worksprogram Congressman James Woltenricn told he gathering that would oon be available to this comity for ubllc works From this sum he said vlll come necessary to build he disposal plsnt Helndlcated that the project might e started soon under this program and the desired disposal plant might oon be In course of construction lomcwhcrc along the banks of the Darby Creek Scwnge from nil sections of the eastern part ot the county would flow nlo this plant for disposal This would do away with separate and In many places inadequate systems of disposal now in use Representatives of the H communi ties affected have fought for two years for such a plant but the matter of money always was the barrier to its erection After Congressman Wolfcndcns encouraging talk Richardson Shoe maker Jr Lansdownc councilman appointed a committee which wll present the facts concerning the pub lic works prngrain money to the citi zens and urge their united support of the projert FAIR WEATHER FOR AREA TODAY Fair weather with little In temperature Is predicted today and Is probable tomorrow in Eastern Jersey Del a and Maryland The highest tcmperaturi here yes lerday was 87 degrees at p m and the lowest waa 70 at 7 n m The average of 78 was two degrees abova normal for the date and eight de grees above the average July 6 last year Maximumtemperature for the date Is 96 established in 1900and minimum57 in 1882 Sunrise loday was at a m and suiiset wllr be at p m Eastern saving time FLOUR DISTRIBUTION More than 200 twentyfour pound sacks of flour were distributed today to needy families in the Sixth Sev enth and EighthWards at the dis tributing station 1407 West Third street under the supervision of tho Home Service Department of ths Chester branch American Red Cross A meeting wai held at the Chester HUNT FOR MONKEYS Club 511 Welsh street yesterday ifternoon for the purpose of Tofinuj latlng recommendations for a ON IN VILLANOVA Topics of T5 mes relief schedule to be submitted n Delaware County Relief j SlnflU Ild Policeman of Villa Thc meeting was called by Mrs A nova arc krcplng both eyes cocked B Geary president of the Mothers treewarrl tnday for two playful mon Dispatches would Indicate that while Mary Plckford is still Amer icas Sweetheart shes not Dougs Patrolmen Tony Granese and Bill Stewart have been runnlngfor sev eral days They deny that they training for a 100yard dash A practice golf ball that no more than 10 feet has been in vented Why the inxentlon Or dinary golf balls answer the question with amateurs Women having federal jobs who AssisUnt Fund Other members of I the committee are J R Helms prcs i keys In the foliage As1 According to the police report It aps soclation E C Burton Jr secretary was Just a case of wanderlust Another argument in favor of mar riage being a failure The Japs have invented a gun ounds aminute That being far beyond the faintest AT LATONIA 1 Pat 2 Abby Illusory Precocious Lady Msraw Rosy lay Brownie Mar tin Parafoar Broadcaster i Tittat Winnso Dirigible Left Witif Red Forage Squads Right Booms Lucky Amelia 4 Lonell Smear Chester BoysClub Will Dedicate New Quarters is Work at Geneva Seen About Ended to Forsake Pact Unwood Building and Loan Assocl Pete and his mate Eko had no i hopes of any bartender ation William Dclehanty secretary i thoughts of the great outdoors until Delaware County Chamber of ComWilliam H Harlan who housed them Many a recent college graduate mcrce Charles P Larkln Jr prcsli beside his produce stand at Lancasi who boasted that he worked hard to dent of Chester School Board Wllj ter pike his degree now finds that Its Hum Hunter secretary Chester Real the door of their cage piarder work to get work Estate Board and Benjamin H i The Invitation was too much j Hitter Pennsylvania Housing AsEocij Both animals started for the trees A Capones successor in Chicago atlon and the last report placed them in a has been arrested for dodging his in After considering various plans of j generally southerly direction I come tax Looks like he s just fol rcnt relief in operation in other states Police expressed the opinion theyowing hts leaders the committee adopted recommendmight be planning to return to their j Atlanta old home In the South American Contlnurri on EljhUen Jungles by the overland route One of the most momentous occaithe bulldinz to Charles A Garland Active cases carried during the June reports of the Chester Branch WASHINGTON July Home Service Section of the United State IR prepared to abandon lean Red Cross reveal a vast amount j the London Naval Treaty when It of good work accomplished and still j expires on December 31 1935 It was being carried on for needy persons 1 learned today as the Roosevelt Ad anri veterans served by the organ1 ministration moved to extend Us pol zatlon icy of nationalism to Naval arma Delaware River Captain Has 55 Years of Service i A cnvmty shimming pool J50 bathing beauties to participate In I n show The audience should yell hiphips hooray When the weatherman speaks of it merely as mean temperature shows that he has a bUnketyblinfc more foresight than we have 7 Dawn Mist Weather clear track fast AT ARLINGTON PARK Even Play Chiefs Bunting My BOM Rill Albane Lighlin sions in the short but eventful career president the Boys Club of the Chaster BovV Club will be It was throuzh the efforts i month bythe office totaled 751 with of the mental cases confined in Govern observeci next week It will mark Judge Fronefield that the Boys Clubimcnt hospitals totaling 24 tubercu an advance in the history of that oiganlzation as the old and rather weatherbeaten present quarters at Third and Kerlin streets will be abandoned and the remodeled build ing at Front street and Concord avenue occupied Thursday is the day set aside for the official ceremony and plans have j been completed to make the event Sun Rollinr j an outstanding afTair Prominent work WBS introduced In this county losis cases 10 and general medical Because of experience in handling j cases 30 ments as well as economics Norman H Davis American Am bassador at Large who came to The Weather Fog storms and i then at twentysix a licensed pilot variety of never What stories he can tell of all those WASHINGTON July bawaaor ac Larse came lo sl0ppcd Denial old Captain Nathan N years on the river Up a Washington yesterday vlll not re Lore of the Wilson Line t back and forth for 35 years and downv Tne neither forecast turn to the Geneva disarmament con ference committee discussions at this cases of wayward youths Judge Government Red Cross flour Is still j time the State Department revealed Fronefield decided it was up to the j being distributed at the astonishing The Administration is convinced Youd never guess he was horn way j He was talking about thn blizzard back in on the 19th of March at j of 5S83 when Philadelphia had to Newport N J to be for his i depend on the Delaware for its milk wrinkles have come from smiling and supply Maybe that wasnt a storm for the organization work by Judge i The recently inaugurated economy return to Geneva next week Fronefield because that section was acts of the administration have j tfas understood however that If he Set Lillian Tobin Fiddler business professional and political i the center of the greatest number of greatly increased the number of doss so It will be merely to Knight Uncle Henry Spurt Aliens leaders of Delaware county will taSe juvrnilp delinquents in the county j forms which have been filled out some tagend matters there Try Wright Bijr Red 4 La Sallf Annar part in the ceremonies 6 Krtertln A representative of Judge W Roger dent t the end of the first year of Fronefield who has been the fore1 Ihe clubs existence Juvenile rle The success of the work was evi through the local offices for veterans j most figure in support of the Boys t linquency in that neighborhood not As a result of a meeting called dur eilhcr drawing or claiming the many clear up and not Fair tonifht Sat urday Hide change in Western Pennsylvania Fair some what warmer in south portion night Saturday increasing1 It i River jrot his ftrst Job as cook on his any fog ever thought of being But followed hy local thunder showers uncle Gilbert Lores oyster boat They we made Philadelphia dawn buried Cooler Saturday afternoon In extrenw Eastern Pennsylvania Fair tonight and Saturday except possibly local thunder showers Saturday afternoon In extreme west extreme north portions slljhtly wanner tonight planted In Morris River Cove dredged in Delaware Bay to resume any active arms dredges were wound by hand In those since and from stem to stern with more snow north portion And than I ever saw on a boat before or i slons forms of pensions and compensations i With Japan definitely on record Chiefs Challenrer Peace Ladj Weatlm clear trick Club will make the official address of presentation of the new head quarters and will present the key of only decreased but it completely dist Ing the month by the Red Cross at Continued on Pajs Elfhtesn i that she will withdraw from the Lon don treaty unless the United States CentlnoH on days and whether or not you got An then he told about his years on home again depended entirely on the such famous old river boats as the TODAYS TEMPERATURES wind There are no records of his success as fl cook but he shortly became Hand by unanimous requeit and Edwin Forest John A Warner Columbia Twilight and Bristol Corrtlnasd on Elghietn 6 a m 7 a m 8 a m 9 a m fO a m 66 11 a m 67 Noon 78 70 1 p m89 71 3 p m 83 f   

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