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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - July 8, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE JOSTXS ENDING DECEMBER 31 1932 FINAL EDITION With All and Best News of the Day 57TH 17639 Daily Wire Reports of United UP and Inierntltonal Service I INS CHESTER PA SATURDAY JULY 8 J933 EIGHTEEN PAGES PRICE TWO CENTS DENNY SHUTE WEARS BRITISH OPEN GOLF CROWN Llanerch Country Club Pro Defeats Craig Wood by 5 Strokes COUNTY PRO WINNER OF BRITISH OPEN TITLE Local Golfer Plays Con sistent Game Never Losing Lead ST ANDREWS Scotland July Densmore Shute youthful profes sional from the Llanerch Country Club Delaware county Pa joined golfdoms immortals today by win ning the British open championship with a telling victory over Craig Wood or Deal N J Shute vanquished Wood by 5 strokes in a playoff necessitated by the fact they finished in a dead heat at 292 at the end of the four regular rounds yesterday sharing honors at the close of a tournament that saw champions and exchampions come to grief in the bunkers and Hillocks of old St Andrews It was the first playoff in a British open tournament since 1921 when Jock Hutchinson beat Roger Weth ercd Both played better golf in the afternoon than in the morning Shute had a 74 as against his 75 for the first eighteen holes while Vood negoti ated the afternoon round in 76 two strokes better than his poor 78 in the morning The scores for the 36 holes were Shute 75 Wood73 By his performance today which won him a place in golfs historic hall of fame Shute established what may well be a record for methodical copybook golf For the four rounds of champion ship play and the two rounds of the playoff the Pennsylvania golfer was but three strokes over par his score standing as follpws Shute won today because of his in spired play on the fairways and his impeccable putting Wood outdrove him from every tee but all too frequently star was weak with atrocious on the greens losing hole after hole by foozling seemingly easy putts Shute scored 75 for the morning round while Wood had 78 They tied for the title yesterday with aggregates of 292 The morning cards Par out 4 4 4 4 5 4 4 3 Shute out 44444454 Wood out6 6454353 tShute leads by 3 strokes Par in 4 3 4 4 5 4 4 5 Shute in 45454445 Wood in 45445 5 44 Shule leads by 3 Wood scored a 6 on the parfour first and Shute v four Wood pitched into the Burn i SIXTH TITLE FOR MRSHELENMOODY rops First Set Since 192H Hut Rallies to Win at Wimbledon WIMBLEDON Kng July 8IUP Helen Wills Moody equalled Suzanne LeiiRlcns mark o six iVimblcdon tennis championships when slip defeated Dorothy Round English Sunday school teacher fit Rfl 63 In the ftnnl round of the nilEngland tournsij mcnl Miss Hound conceded little chance even to furnish Mrs Moody with i more thiin a workout Rave the great Californian one of the sternest battles nf her career and won Ihe second srt In winning the second set 80 Miss Round Accomplished a feat that none of the worlds great est players have been nblo to do since 1920 Thu third set was played in a tense iilinosphcre with the gallery drums to drram of Mrs Moodys de feat or the first time in utmost a Fut the champion refused Rounds rally to per SHELL FLY WITH POST IN RUSSIA SOVIET RUSHES PLANE TO RESCUE JIMMY MATTERN Party of American Avia tors Also Eiiroute to Town in Siberian Wilds U S Fliers Machine Smashed June 14 at Iso lated Near Anadir GROUPS PONDER PARLEY PROGRAM TO FORM REPORT 7 to 6 Lineup in Steering Committee Seen Means U S Wins Conference Agenda Then Can Be Followed out Currency Issue decade to allow turb her ind proceeded lo blast her oft the court with untouchable drives nnd volleys Thc point some First Set Tls Mrs Moody 3fi Miss Round I Second Sft Mrs Moody Miss Round Third Set Mrs Moody Miss Round Miss Gillls above formerly of Minneapolis Minn fly with Wiley from lo Khabarovsk In Sihrrtii in 1lti course of his roumtl heworld IllRhl MOSCOW July Soviet Russian Arctic seaplane with a crew of five roared up thc Siberian Coast j Jtoday to the rescue of James J I Miittcrn Amcncnn round tho world i avlntor reported safe lit Anadlrsk near the Bering Strnit Prof Otto Schmidt famous Polar explorer and scientist In charge of nil governmental Arctic slutlais told tlie United Press todny thai Ihc sea plane wns on Us way from Khaba rovsk It the barren country whence a lelcgnim cnme yesterday tgncd by Miittcrn nnd saying he uife Chief Pilot Levancvsky in uf the heavy plane LONDON July new message from President Roosevelt n PROPERTY DEAL BASIS FOR ACTION nomic Conference was received today by Secretary of State Cordell Hull The message may not be made pub lic until Hull has an oportunlty to communicate its contents privately to Prime Minister MacDonald LONDON July seven to six lineup in the World Economic Conference steering committee In favor of full continuance of confer ence work wns indicated today as delegates on opposing sides in secret meetings sought to strengthen their positions The lineup was apparent from a scries of test votes in conference committees which must report to DESTROY LIQUOR SEIZED IN RAIDS conlnci with WV C Sproul Estate Seeks There is n i dirsk but the town is out oft from I have Instructed Levancvsky lo lind Matteni nnd render him all as sistance stilri Prof Schmidt If Maltems plane wns not wrecked the steering committee Monday re Lcvanevsky hns capable mechanic pardlnj Ihe work they think may who will be nblc to repair it and permit Mntlern to Inke olT Certainly Levanevsky Is in better position limn anybody to establish Mattcm radio slalion al Ana to Set Aside Conveyances civilbalion most of the year rommunicallon Is mast difficult 01 Certain Buildings nl nil times From tills town n message cnme lo Moscow by nil unknown route Unit wns sinned by Matlern It came 23 days after he left Khanibovsk more Led by Chief Dcpuly Sheriff Haiuilj mic William C Sproul lo sot aside than 1800 miles cast and south to Equity proceedings have been started at Media by thc estate of Ihc be usefully undertaken in view of the refusal of the United States to embark on a currency stabilization program Delegates of thirteen leading na tions on the steering committee after studying the reports will voto on the extent of the program to pursued Maintenance of the seven to six ton D Ewcll a number of deputy sheriffs yesterday destroyed 38 j bottles of beer 65 gallons of liquor and 22 rtuarts of wine In thc county garage a I Media conveynnces of several properties V l1 Nome Alaska on the last stages of liis Hight around the world The message wns sent July 5 Mntlcrn left Ncsv York June 3 lo a mortgage of on the propj heller thn roundllieworld record of i the business section of this city It Is claimed that the estate holds CKA1G WOOD The liquor wine nnd beer hud becn jn lnc nnmo Of Charles W Gor Hnrold Oatty nnd Wiley Post irnnnnnrrd llnflL fnr mil t n1 I pronounced unfit for beverage pur such nnd njs wlfCi Mrs A On NPW IPISPV Opponents in the 36hole playoff for thr British Open Golf championship at St Andrcivs Srollaiid today were thr and young American pros Crair Wood of Deal N ami I ensmorf Shutf of the Llanerch Country Cliih this county losinz hole TheT tied yesterday with a score of 292 and Shntr wo n out today by a comfortable marcin of five strokes 1000 LOCAL BOYS ATSHIBEPARK i GOV PINCHOT SLAMS ELLWOOD I TURNER HARRISBURG July Pinchot expressed wonder that Representative Ellwood J Their Rooting Failed M one of tne unindlctcd Help Macks Athletics members of the McClure organization i f in Delaware county should be wasting All Had Good Time and statementmaking tal ents in Harrisburg calling me names tat a time when those talents are so Four hundred boys scheduled bacichome in Delaware to make the trip to the county Swilken American League Ball Park yesterday t The governor commented on Tur MUST OBTAIN CONSENT I Guardians of Wallingford i Man Ask Maintenance for His Daughter poses by Frnd Knox county chemist allhough many of the spectators who watched the beverages poured down a sewer disagreed with the chemist despite his analysis Assistant District Attorney B McClcnnchan Jr presented R list of the beverages together with the such of Philadelphia given on Mny 28 1030 i On February 12 it is clnimed Gorsuch conveyed tlic properties lo i John P Fntwistlc said to be nn em Wiiliam pioyc lf oorsuch for a consideration of one dollnr Entwlstln conveyed the properties back to Gorsuch tho NEW YORK July party of American nvlnlors seeking Continued on Last TWO ASPIRANTS FOR CITY COUNCIL POSTS lineup would mean a victory for the American contention that even with out currency stabilization the full conference program may be followed out by committees Another deadlock or defeat for the American contention would mean continuance of tho conference under n restricted program CorclcllHull chief American dele gate planned over the weekend a series of meeting with other leaders to map out plans for carrying on the conference work Private ncROtintlons alone wereon Continued on Last Pace nrmes and addresses of their former j snmc jay These conveyances the owners to the Court and an order pinintllls clnim were without proper i Members of the Uooxevclt Club of was signed ordering destruction of j md adequate consideration nnd were j this city the membership of which the contraband All high j effected by Gorsuch with actual Inj composed of Dcmocrnfs nnd a few In i 4 afternoon but by the time the asncrs statement criticizing Pinchot Wallingforri to pay each month nolre Drevslczcd in raids in this city Application was made to the Court at Media yesterday to allow the guardians of James Spcer Jr of pcnsed to hospitals and other insli tutlons Most of Ihe sluff destroyed by Chief Ewcll ycslcrtiay consisted of 5gallon jugs of with n sprinkling here and there of alleged rye and Scotch Thc 22 quarts of wine were of thc Italian red wine while the beer consisted entirely of tent lo hinder delay and defraud his I creditors Judgment vvas entered against Gnr such on January 18 last and Ihe Court is asked to declare hie judgment representing a net amount of MO Olfi as a lien against the properties The Court is also asked to set aside Hie conveynnces Tlie properties Involved Include A but such contests always have a sem the guests of Connie Mack as momjomles asserting that Pinchot had vc blance of match play j bers of the Chester and Upland boys tosd the Turner bill which would have Shute led by four strokes after j clubs They left Ihe vicinity of Third three holes four strokes after j were completed He I Kerlin streets in trucks and private Continued on Last Tajfc cars recruited from all sections of the city 15 trucks and 35 private cars E ARLY STOCK MARKET i upthe caravan Aided by the provided real economies in govern ment Pinchot said his refusal lo sign the to Miss Louise Speer his 2DyearoId Darby and Upper Darby daughter for her support and main tenance in New York After Harold T Ervin attorney hnd offered the pclillon Judge John M Broomall and Albert Dutton Mac Dade told Mr Ervin to obtain the dependent Republicans todny arc clrr dilating petitions for thc candidacy of Attorney John J Stctser and C E Hidden for clly council i That a fight looms nl the primary election In September is Indicated by Iho number who have thrown Ihclr hal in Ihe ring for cotmoilmanic berths World Wnr veterans will have one of their members In the field MENTION IS MADE OF MILLS IN COUNTY engraved stationery contract pinches consent of Specr in writing and they Mr Turners toe for he Is one of the would sign the order v5 few members of Ihe House who con J Borton Weeks wellknown al Chcster citv police and by two tinue to waste money by demanding j torney and Albert R Granger vice cjr expcnsive stationery j president of the Philadelphia Electric Mr Turner the governor contini Company were appointed guardians PRICES IRREGULAR i bers of thestate Highway Patrol the I fancy expensive stationery nn it wav to Sliibp J Mr Turner thp povnrnni j parade sped on its way to oi 4 nant slrle ot avenue between CITY PLA iCiKOUNUki Seventh nnd Wair streets the prop mrv TITI v i T i crty nl 318 Market street and Ihc 1U Jl TjJN 1 j property at 37 West Thlrdr street The suit is filed by Attorneys Lcd thrccslory brick building on the cast claiming that vclcrans have never side ol Edgmonl avenue between j given Ihe proper rccognilion by Sixth and Wall streets a lot on the i diner political party Two councilman am lo be elected in November nnd several members willbo named to the school board Councllmcn George J Hunter and Waller II Craig incumbents will seek reelection Bolh are rounding oul TIP rhestcr nlovcrounds will open i ward and Hinkison reprcsentinK the pciecuon ijom are rounamg Jufv 17 Mncrvlscd play administrators of the Sproul estate lhcr consccut vc terms On MOnaaj July ll SUllLlnaiU Atlnrnnu KtnLnpr urlin will linu and entertainment to be conducted in the aflernoons nnd evenings from then until the schools reopen in Sep tember John R Sproul and the Pennsylvania Company for Insurances on Lives and Granting Annuities The institute directed by the Nnj WOUNDED YOUTH tional Recreation Association of New NEW YORK July Stocks Sued also continues wail because i for Specr last week Spcer Is the j York and under the supervision of a typical holiday crowd i his sweaishop imaginary fake econ heir to a fortune left by his father 1 the Recreational Division of the It was opened active with prices irregular shouting singing sweating and bill was vetoed today The feature was a block of i comfortable they were out to make It certainly is too bad the Dcla most of their big day of the year ware county political missionary of Rartin fnrnnvatirm pt aO000 sharps of Radio Corporation at nn and assortments of Ameri failed in his effort to spread the Delj also presented a claim for bnck can boyhood were aware county politic gospel throughI wages due him he said when Spcer founder of a stove manufacturing J County Welfare Council cnme to a company in Philadelphia close yesterday afternoon Seventeen caretaker Arthur Martin i girls were selected to act us super boys who were exaggerating when out the Commonwealth of PcnnsylI discharged him last month Accord visors at the various playgrounds All the play centers In the city will be under the direction of Ihc Recrca unchanged at 29i on 5000shares Wcstinghouse Electric another star exaggerating when they gave 20 performer in the late dealings ofthe thcr u f t th t ln Cnes previous session opened 2000 shares terBovsCUib authorities found twice previou receded to 65Vi off Uhc numefr Montgomery Ward 27U 1 wa nn oft smoothly un United Aircraft 3rX ofT 1 union I r Chrysler Can 93i ofl of customers on their they had anticipated Mlil n t i he asked Speer foTliisj tional Division of the Welfare Coun j wages and his employer wrote out a I check for the amount but did so Im properly the bank refusing to cash Pacific oft i American and Sears Roebuck off Vs nearly a point til the caravan reached Philadelphia Outside Shibe Park and greeting ic Chester delegation was a milling j crowd The authorities of LEIPERVILLE YOUTH KILLED BY AUTO1ST Specr Martin said Mr Speer tore it and at Maaoox street j spcm cach m1king un i necessary longdistance tcleplione calls to prominent persons in all scc of the country He also said lhal 1 A JiJ tv Attorncy Stctscr who will have the backing of Ihe local Democrals is widely known throughout Lhe county He was prominent ns tin athlete years having been affiliated with foot ball teams sponsored by St Pauls FVF Glllll nntl thc cT AMr Hidden i cnmc hcre scvcrn years ago from Miami Fin nnd nl prcscnl is affil iated with thc Darby Chamber of Commerce Police here arc continuing the search for an Eleventh ward youth who was shot and wounded nnrly I Thursday morning by Patrolman i FIG HT BLAZE Two Delaware counly mills mentioned whenthe special legis lative committee invcsMgatinif sweat shop conditions In this state con vcned nt Norrlstown yesterday A woman the mother of two chil dren with a husband suJTerlnn from tuberculosis toldof gstttng every two wecks nt local woolen mill This woman declared that a system of penalties enforced by the man agement sometimesresulted In some of the girls owing the company money after they hud worked all week The Nelson Kcrshaw Mill Clifton HclehLs hnd a wrlllen complaint In fhlch one boy gelling a week is lleged to have owed the firm S500 nd a 16yearold girl 170 Tlie committee yesterday heard wcalshop victims from this county Chester Berks and Montgomery ounlies They will go lo Pittsburgh or the next mcelng July 11 and 18 and llfch lo Harrisburg They wUl lold a meellng in New York during he canning season THUNDER SHOWERS IN AREA TOMORROW William if 5 Vilianova nine niiii Oil of California Columbia Gas Ken so with the rest of thc boys invited nccott and U S Smelting Wool p worth rose nearly a point to equal its to Da anair at bnioc i ark chcstcr divcr of IjCiperville old was fatally He died in Taylor Hospital Park five minutes after hehad been rushed to the hospital by C Herbert Jamison 1425 Washington avenue car ell William H Krcll and thc other mem bers arc C L Marvel Miss Jean S Peoples Mrs Lydia Newsome Howett and Miss Margaret Stetscr It Is planned by them to enlist thc services of residents in the vicinity to aid In their conduct of the work Each playground will become a com munity center and various activities will be Introduced thnt will enable every man woman and child lo lake Latinhan at Sixth and Wilson streets Lanahnn shot the youth when the latter made a move ns to draw a re volver from Ills hip pocket after he and uvo companions refused to move when ordered lo do so by thc police man Police say thc youths told Lanahan to get the ontla here and beat it to Third nnd Wilson streets where you belong The wounded youth whose Iden tity hns been learned treated by companions on Highland n venue high at Oil shares generally were firm Motors were mixed featured by Nash which rose 1i to a new high for thc year at 25Ii on resumption of the dividend Radio Corporation continued to fea ture the trading in the early part of the session while the remainder According to police William and his use a at a leading This and similar testimony led Judge Roger Froncfield to ap point thc guardians for Specr to i prevent him from becoming thc viei Dolores Graham of AT MILMONT PARK Pireyof undetermined origin yester day Afternoon caused damage rstl mnlct at more than nl the home of Andrew Donate of Mllmon nvonue Milmont Pnrk In Ridlc township The fire broke out In n recreation room on the third floor of thc Donat residence nnd before firemen from Milmont Hutlcdge and Swarthmor GIRL FROM TREEa above Twelfth street a bundle of j mci extinguished thc blaze the nous bloodstained rags being found by j wns badly damaged police Later he was seen In an auto mobile being driven south on High land avenue nnd is believed to be in hideout until thc incident IARCENV SUSPECTS HEM oldpr brother Fetrr were at nlav mm nuiu n uoiorcs 01 ixiini H1B EK1 ti of designing persons especially was to thr Cheater Hos I when they started to cross thc pike William ran from behind another Three Eleventh ward youths who I machine directly in thc path of Jami identified themselvesas Chester sons car Police say that Jamison Prygon 17 of Hayes street Theodore didnt have a chance to avoid the Klicko 21 West Fourth street and accident Stanley Koskoska 18 of Lewis street j At the hospital it was stated the of the list moved irregularly ll made were arrested yesterday by Constable j boy died of a fractured skull and in a new high II on heavy turn Decmer of Trainer They are j ternal hemorrhage Arrested by Pa over i suspicion of larceny and i trolmcn George Dougherty and Wll American Telephone cased off after are being held here pending a Ramsey of the Ridley township opening up at 133 Rails eased off ing before a Trainer Justice ot the police force Jamison was arraigned Utilities ruled peace pita last evening for observation Spcer who has figured In numerous j police here learned the child was escapades in and around Media in thrown out of an apple tree near the last 10 ycars had an Income of her home by some Negro children although th firemen managed to confine th flames to thc one room on thc to floor Iliere was no one in the roor at the time blows over j Mrs Oonafo was in Philadelphia I TT visitlnc relatives when the fire broke Lennl PROVIDENCE AVENUEjout She fainted when she returned T 4 11 iiri T 11 n i alul vnR Io1ti of 1nfi damage The PAVING TO RLSUiME loss is covered by Insurance Fair weather is predicted today but thunder showers arc expected to morrow InEastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware nnd Maryland There will not be much change in lemperature The highest temperature here yes terday wns 91 at 410 p m nnd the lowcsl was 70 at 7 a m The av erage of 80 was four degrees nbovo bolh normal for the dale and average July 7 last year Mcximum lemperature Tor Ihe date is 95 es Ublished In 1925 and minimum 60 in 10H Sunrise today was at 530 a mand sunset will be at 832 p m Eastern daylight saving time last year was explained then tied to thc tree and bcalcn hat the depression was responsible j jhc case was investigated by Rac for this low figure Thc average In Kaplan an assistant county de is S10000 annually ous bruises and contusions Paving nf Providence avenue where trolley tracks wore removed recently KIDDIES ENJOV SJIOWKKS will be resumed next learned today Hundreds of youngsters from all after a lower opening steady HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY Unltrd TEACHERS SEEK EXTRA PAYMENT before Magistrate Raymond Hood of Folsom who held him in bail I lo await the action of a coroners ijury Deputy Coroner Horace B Griffith 1 took charge of the body of the little i victim BAILS ACTIONS ROCKEFELLER 94 RATED SERIOUS HOPES TO BE 100 week It was i sections of this city sought relief i from thc heat yesterday afternoon For more than a week a section of j under thc municipal showers In the the roadway hns been cldwd to travel various wards Long before time for due to the inability of the Southern the water to be turned on crowds of Topics of Times Stagger System Successful rcada a Times headline Many who been arrested will be unable to un derstand this Please re Anolher headline reads Plans for Rent member us on this plan Yank Lee Eighth ward magis trate Is collecting old coins Few of the Pennsylvania Traction Company to i children congregated near where thc modern ones get the type of asphalt by j showers are located the city highway department The magistrates nowadays can col city highway department agreement between the city nnd tracj lion company ofllrliils hptcificd nati uraI lake arphalt shall be used Is known as A C Asphalt was obi AT I ATOM A Bird Riehi Fal John Nolivia Indian Red Hi Yon Brnro Bar Enirmatir Emblem 1 PUBLIC WEDDING iSay They Are Entitled to Ag CJRCUS FEATURE Salary During Timethe Schools Were Closed 11 i i i 4 ii i M italnable but city fnsineers deemed faces rcoeral rrosecution Retired Oil Magnate Passes i this unnt due to the neavy volume for Attack Made Upon j Day at Home Following nows ovcr thls maln Routine Has Cucsts Probe Witnesses A public wedding will be one of Ollie Ball 35 reputed touKhpuy thp features during the week of the who was sentenced to 20 days in the TARRYTOWN N Y July John D Rockefeller moved around FINDS A BAN DON7 ED AUTO IN ALLEY The court at Media showing i which i in i L j DC Cn 11 nji Jay Miss Ijniverst Lady to decidewhethcr teachers of the pubi week of July 24 for tl Pal Monty M Miss lie schools who tauiht bsyond the i police pension fund Fannie Lou 1nrrp Off usual school trrm this year on acj The management of thc circus will wUness oeiore tn count of the closinc September j furnish the ring minister presents is name to of nob Mortons i county prison by Magistrate Michael amid thn splendors of hio Pocantico 3Tomobtle of thsedan tvne A nllniinrr Inet xrtotn fnrfn HnKnVillnrr ln alUQmMUl U1II l pL SPECIAL BOND ISSUE PROPOSED Eddyslonc Residents Will One Jersey resort allows the swim mers to bathe without shius That leaves the hotelkccpers nothing but Hhe trunks following R hearing T Miss Burke lady Gib son Anfie MaT Jodie K Weather cloudy truck fast AT ARLINGTON PARK because of thr infantile paralysis epi and also give the bride and groom agents when demic are entitled to extra compensmall bank account when they sentence he sation The teachers in Ridley township j launch oul on the sea of wedded bliss Chet A Hills estate today delighting that he had survived his contemporaries and a was 94 years old Grand j When Rockefeller was younger he Federal cnnccntraled on builtllntj up thn greatest industrial combine thc world has known In his declining special deputy U ycars he has concentrated on achiev Marriage licenses last year hit an alltime low Which only proves that thc younger generation is ttiscr A Ford car slopped here yesterday IT o i i It had been runnine night and day Have bpCCial Election f0r several weeks No better than to Enlarge School policc car Exservice men are going to v Kddystoiw school district has given i candidates In the field this fall To L T of a special clrr lion tn be held J most of their Federal by completes burgia of the Marcus Hook police wcdncsdav parked In an alloy off Seventh street niours of 7 thai borough yesterday Because of thc vehicle Imburgla moved thc car have raised the issue claiming they i should be paid for 18 days teaching Young couples who are contcmplat S Attorney General who has charge ing a greater ing marriage during that week and of the county probe stated yesterday hat Bail Is liable to 5 ycars and a who wiih to take advantage of thc after Ihe dale menlioned in their coni oflcr should get In touch with Ihc fine ior attempting to The matter was brought to management of the circus whose government witnesses intimidate tracts I i the attention of the court yesterday i local office is in the City Center Thc arrest was the outgrowth of 1 Geld Sinel Cirvel Hall Sir Ten in the specific case of Annie B Hayes building the old Chester Times i an alleged assault on Altshulcr and Son Abbot Lati Canter SI roll Dark Love 4 Rush Hour 5 Barbara Carom Spoilt Child S Declared off Weather cloady tratk fast represented by Attorney J DeHaven i building Fifth and Market streets Kddic Bruner at Sixth street and Ledward who is claiming for i Circus tickets were put on sale last Fdgmont avenue at I a m yes ler fVio la rfijvc week and the advance sale Indicates day Bolh men testified they were to Rldkv th vrntur will be a complete sue standing at Sixth street and Edg the additional 18 days The conlracts issued and this day despite its auspicious significance offered not a single variation in the rcgulalcd routine of i his existence j Immedlalcly after he awoke today his secretary reaxl a few of the many July 10 m and 7 p m Eastern Time to vote on the j pose of which i to have I and alterations rrfade to the present j 1 school been in the woods due to their owrs fault Tlie Weather Warner of 2 Bcale license street I prcscnl is WASHINGTON July district al forccaslK s t e r n Pennsylvania Showers tonight and probably Sunday A sntued by the Eddy board explains small for a the o haddriven to that point news from morning paper as suitable for the master Breakfast was served at 3 era and pupils reporltd the various in played country for fraternal organizations Continued on Fact and lor the benefit of communities It and then forgot where he I had left thn vehicle j U S TUKASURY BALANCE j WASHINGTON July Treasury balance as of July 6 In oil sections of the chokin him when Altshulcr Inter bundled him up carefully put an oldJ 30383487 miscellaneous Internal I revenue S601215715 customs re township teachers called for the start cess The Boh Morton circus is not mont avenue when Bail accosted oclock and grace was said the 19321933 term on Septembv i tainted with the usual carnival aspect ilvm nnd called Bnmcr a rat Bail After breakfast Rockefeller rested last thc court WM informed Teachi as found with traveling shows it hav crabbed Brunerr necktie nnd was and then his personal allcndants Continued on Lul therefore must ndmit nonresident children Thc income from tuition for outside students for the year 1911 32 was and for the year just j morning except fair in north Sunday cooler Sunday and in ex treme north portion tonight Western Pennsylvania showers afternoon and probably tonight coofer in north portion tonight generally fair and cooler Sunday closed there will be It is anticipated thalj 150 studcnls for thc TODAYS TKMPERATURES year 193334 at por month Continued on I ceipts Continued on Face 6 a m 6810 a m74 7 a m70 11 a m 78 8 a m71 Noon 73 9 a m 73   

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