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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - July 11, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE 10NTHS ENDING DECEMBER 31 1932 FINAL EDITION With All Latett and Best of the Day 57TH 17641 Dai Leased Reports of United Press UP and International News Service INS CHESTER PA TUESDAY JULY 11 1933 PRICE TWO CENTS KIDNAPERS SEIZE KIN OF POLITICAL BOSS IN NEW YORK Hold J J OConnell 24 Taken From Albany Family Heads Machine Contact Sought With Ab ductors Rich Man Is Held in Alton 111 WHERE NEPHEW OF POLITICAL LEADERS WAS KIDNAPED ALBANY N Y July kidnap mob from another section of the country abducted John J OCon nell Jr 25yearold nephew of the politically powerful OConnell broth ers Police Chief David Smurl said today I am positive of that he said am also convinced beyond any doub the kidnapers had good underwork connections here He declined to elaborate on this however The police chiefs state ment led to speculation that the same gang which recently held up a Rens selaer bank across the river from Al bany also may have been responsible for the aduction It was recalled that after the holdup in which one man was shot and killed police expressed the theory the crime was the work of an outside mob Admitting he had little information Smurl was hopeful of eking a clue out of fingerprints found on the glass panes of the automobile from which young OConnell was seized in the midnight hours of Thursday and abducted for ransom Police removed the glass and took it to headquarters for examination Meanwhile Samuel Aronowitz law partner of Edward J OConnell the boys uncle virtually exhausted from his long vigil at the telephone said he was at a loss to understand why the kidnapers failed to renew their telephonic contacts with him Edward J and Daniel P OConnell the boys uncles hastily converted their political machine which more than once has had a hand in shaping the destinies of the nation into an organization seeking to free the strapping 200pound boy All leaders of the OConnell ma chine which controls Albany county politics lias vast influence in New York State and has made its influ ence felt nationally were cmpowerec to receive messages from the ab ductors in behalf of the family Ir addition 11 intermediaries describee as well known in sporting circles were formally named by the family a the kidnapers request The OConnclls emotionally anc intensely devoted to one another ob viously suffered the greatest anxiety because in a ransom note and h three telephone messages the kid napcrs threatened to kill their cap live if the news papers were told They feared too that young OConnell might attempt DEADLINE STODAY FOR INDUSTRIES TO REPORT CODES Hesitant Concerns to Be Pushed in National Re covery Program lekes Will Speed Public Works Plan to Employ Millions This is believed o have been the scene of the abduction John J Jr son 01 A i Y sports promoter and nephew of Kdward and Daniel OConnell outstanding liRiirrs In Democratic in New York stale The youth evidently was seized as he drove up in front of his parents home The ear wllh a door open was round just as it is pictured here before the house the lij lo 81453 RClucS of flu SBDGEWCK 781225 Ict 20 3119525 1512525 31185L8151212 12251 438 1G3I 2525 158175H 425115 In answer lo a letter of instruction from the kidnapers of his nephew John J OConnell Ir Daniel P OConnell inserted this code notice in an Albany newspaper It lists the names of 11 men whom the OConnell family were willing to have act as intermediaries in arranging the young mans return The code is a simple one with numerals representing the position of caeh letter in the alphabet thus 1 stands for A 2 for II 3 for C and so on WASHINGTON July Stern methods of dealing with hesi tant industries were considered by President Roosevelt today as n means of putting his national recovery pro Brain Into effect without further rie Iny Administrator Hugh S Johnson wrestling with Industries threaten ing the effectiveness of the program by dilatory tactics suid he probably would fix an arbitrary deadline for the filing of fair practice codes Johnson hestHant at using some of the sterner measures provided by thelaw was swinging toward u more drastic course after a wearyinf day of conferences with his advisers and consultations wllh Industrial leaders The final decision rests with the President But Johnsons recommen dations would be an Important In fluence Johnson Is losing patience with In dustries which seem unable to follow the lead of the cotton textile In dustry and agree upon a code He is expected to summon lenders of the bituminous coal industry for one tor a showdown The course Johnson seemed most likely to follow would be to fix iv date upon which specified Industries must present codes for public hearings If the industries failed to comply John Continued on Last 1ag MAKlOFFICIAL SyRVEYOF CITY Purpose Is to Determine Uses of Moneys to Be Al located by Government Mostly cloudy skies are predicted today but It will be fulr tomorrow withommuch change In temperature in Eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland Local show ers are possible here today The highest temperature here yes terday was 86 degrees 330 p in Hint the lowest was 09 at 0 a in The average of 7li was two degrees above normal Jor the date but two degrees bLlcnv the average July 10 last year Maximum temperature for the date is 07 established in 19UU and minimum 55 in 1RDO Sunrise today was at 541 a 111 and sunset will ha at H31 p in Kastern Daylight Saving time POLICE POWER IS SEEN IN ADOPTED TEXTILES CODE SURVEY OF TAX LISTS MADE BY SCHOOL BOARD Former and Present Col lectors Are Granted Cer tain Exonerations LITTLE FELLOWS TO TESTIFY AT RUM RING TRIAL Approximately Onesixth of Men Indicted Will Stand Trial in Sept Body Within Industry De cides on Further Provi sions Makes Them Lejial Supposed to Work Better on Issues Than Hedtapc Legislative liodies WASHINGTON July 11 Section 6 of the new cotton textile code virtually creates a new Instru ment of government a legislative body within the Industry whose deci sions when approved by the National Recovery administration and Presi dent Roosevelt Imve lite force of lixw Through similar provisions in olhei industrial codes to come the admin istration hopes lo set up a croup of little economic parliaments Undci them Industry will ton encouraged In Vast Amount of Routine Business Is Considered Purchases Approved Directors of the school district last evening In formnf session nt the Lar kin nuildinK Broad nnd Crosbj streets completed llielr survey of tax lists and llm members of the board together with the flnnncc committee mule their suggestions regarding ex onerations of the tnx collectors from the of certain taxes on the lists KxCollcetor John Bauer was ex onerated of tJJO personal tax re sponsibilities found to be uncollect ible by the incmbr s of the bourd In their survey and Dr S P Gray was cxonerUcil of vaonul taxes enumerated ufter the list survey nnd Prosecutor Keyes Confers With Attorney General During Jury Recess Continued on Last Tagc JOHN J OCONNELL JR j Hansom of has been de manded by A sang of kidnapers for the return of John 1 OConncl Jr who was seized in front of his Albany N Yj home and has been held for several days under threat of death The 24yearold nephew of two prom inent Democratic leaders of that sec tion here is pictured in the uniform ot the military academy from which he graduated LOCAL TEXTILE PLANTS EXEMPT YETTER HEARING AGAIN POSTPONED Howard Yetter 50 of the 5000 block Elsinore place who was arrested when police raided his beer shop on Sun day July 2 was in police court Tor a hearing this morning but the case was again postponed until next Fri day morning At the time of the raid police re ported they found evidence of men drinking and that a poker game was in progress A cut box containing dollars was confiscated with the cards and four Inmates were ar rested Acting Sergeant Denmark who led the raiders has not testified although the defendants were called to police court on July 3 and again this morn ing The case is attracting consid erable attention as this is the first beer dispensary in the county which has been found open on a Sunday a violation of the state law and calls for the forfeiting of the bond fur nished when a license to sell beer was issued SEEK TO ESTABLISH IDENTITY OF WOMAN Police here were asked by Wil mington officials today lo searcl their lists of missing persons in nn effort to identify a woman xvhcs nude body was found floating in tlv MAY BE SUICIDE Pear Aged Lancaster Al derman Now Missing Has Ended His Life NEW AGENCY IN DEPRESSION WAR None in Area AfTepted by 40Hour Week and Mini mum Wage Bills Roosevelt Creates Super Cabinet to Coordinate Battle Plans also 1113V mil estate approved for exoneration by the board members The toial exonera tion wns given as The Continued on Last REV F P MAGINN IN HOSPITAL Former Pastor of Immacu late Heart Church Re Rcccntly Derated On City officials ana representatives of the Delaware County Chamber ot Commerce yesterday made a survey of the city to determine the most needed municipal improvement The survey was made so that rcc ommcndiitrons may be submitted to the state highway department for funds for paving these funds having xen allocated to the state by the cdcral government It is pointed out that Pchnsyl anla will receive approximately 00000 for the building of roads and Little effect if any will result to j WASHINGTON July the textile industries in the Chester Creation of a temporary super area through the enactment of cablnsl to coordinate the adrninistra idcnt Roosevelts 40hour week billticn battle against depression was and the minimum wage law for cotI ordered today by President Roosevelt ton plants Nearly every textile plant I who summoned his enlarged council in this area either handles other products or is merely a processing to meet this afternoon The administration termed the center for the products of the cotton ncw a temporary industry Therefore the local plants II lnfclude tl will come under a separate code which has not yet been adopted but which is in the process of being set f all members of the cabinet and neads various emergency organi zations authorized to deal with dc up by the manufacturers and the Passion problems overnment rhc super cabinet government will supplant appeared last He recently eral Grand Jury at Philadelphia n s council meeting the the investigation of vies and graft j and rivon WLVPI White announcement said in ll inciiHort tllt IlVOIl u in Delaware county which resulted I in indictment of ninetysix arc3 at tho present time order to provide orderly prcscntatioi adelphia for the investigation by Al derman John F Burkhart They are said to have testified concerning the arrest of two men following scizura of a S100000 still near here Authorities were attempting to link operations of the gang with those re time Continued nn Page Tw branches of the textile industry The I exact date of the results to be an 3000 LIONS HOLD naunccci from these conferences Is still problematical It is the opinion of those of the local industrial con rrrriio IHhilK Rev Francis P Maginii fi2 n for mer pastor of the Immaculate Heart Church this city died early today In the Misericortliii Hospital Philadel phia where he underwent nn opera tion on June 19 He was stricken while on retreat nt Ovcrbrook nnd removed to the hos pital where an operation was per formed Father Maglnn was stationed here first in 1011 ns an assistant rector al the Immnclunt Heart Church when Rev P J Ryan w pastor He Intel boiird also approved the llon of a bond for Dr Gray as tux collector and approved that his 1D33 tax collectors commission rate should be one per cent of the collections Purchnsc of text hooks for use in all the schools for the coming year was authorized with a total cost of In the listing of which the separate schools were as follows High school Frederick Douglass school Sniedley Junior High school slock room for all ether schools Following the authorization of the purchase James L Himkin expressed to Archie Levy nnd the members of I ho lea book the ixppre clutlon of the board for the sound economies and good judgment exer cised by himself and his committee in arranging for the book purchases this year at a total very substantially ower than last year A list of sup jlcmcntary text books for school use vas ulso approved by the board Contracts for the purchase of sup plles for vocational classes and mc chanlcnl classes submitted by Chair man George Carney and approved by the board were as follows William Only onesixth of the 96 persons Indicted recently by the Federal Grand Jury as participants in the rum protection ring will face the judge when the trial is started In September It was learned from an official source today that only about 15 or 18 of the big shots the men who al legcdly directed the operations will be the first ones prosecuted by Chet A Keyes The remainder of the 96 will form In line and march to the witness box where they will add their testimony to that already collected by the federal probcrs H hnH been common gossip in this city since the Indictments were re turned or Thursday June 29 that several of the little fellows who were named in the presentment were never In on the know arid never received any of the alleged graft money Since they were named however these little fellows have been anx ious to talk and full advantage ot their desire will bp taken by the gov ernment prosecutor when the trial begins A lot of minor officials who have been Indicted had very Httle choice but to follow the path charted for them by the men at the top who could make them or break them It is this group ot the top who ruined not a few officials who wanted to be honest that we are after an official explained The county Investigation by gov ernment agents referred to yes Continued on Last ilghway improvement Of the many trnnsfcncd to Frackviiir Pa nnd on ilghways considered for paving here ire West Second street Seventh the death of Father Ryan was namci pnstor street between Flower and Booth Maglnn was horn in Phlla streets Fifth street connecting Fifth dclpha aml vlls tduciUctl n Bl IJrU ind Fennel streets with Fourth and School and later Ovcrbrook Pi 1 rttft et c i rilghman streets At present there arc only two hrough highways crossing the city Between Wilmingtoii and Philadel phia They are Ninth and Third streets Seventh street would be a valuable asset as it would greatly relieve traffic on Ninth Fourth and Third streets three of the much traveled highways Another municipal Improvement would he a public parking place a Times reader having suggested the purchase of that strip of land west of Chester river between Ninth street and the Baltimore and Ohio railroad COUNTY MEN LOSE STATE POSITIONS Continued nn 1agc PLAYGROU N D OPENS ATT E N D ANC E LA UGE HARRISBURG July Fortysix Slnte employes have been dropped from the payroll the Gover nors office announcedtoday In ad dition six others quit voluntarily They include William Gettz Manoa clerk agriculture Francis J Tucker Moylan investigator i2700 banking EmmcttH Welch Upper Darby Investigator labor and Industry iAVIATOR KILLED Seminary He took an extra year o study at St Vincents Seminary He was ordained In St Lukes Church ChicKgo by Bishop Dunn Scptembc 14 1895 and for the next 15 ycnr was associated with missionary wor the last five of which were spent In Texas In 19U he returned to Philadel phia and was appointed to the Im maculate Heart Church In this city In the same year After two years he wax sent to the Sacred Heart The playgrounds in the rear of the DfiwcyMann public school nt Third and Jeffrey streets which opened yesterday under the auspices of the Parent Teachers Association con nected with the school WHS marked by n largo attendance of children of all residing In the West End Mrs W J McDowell president of Ihe organization was present when Lhn grounds opened in the morning and remained with a corps of as sistants until I p in when the grounds were closed officially for the day Many of the youngsters re mained until late in the afternoon Abit of historical Interest is con nected with the grounds because on a portion of them which faces Third street stands the old South Chester High School which was attended by many of the grandparents of the children among those present yestcr TA PAZ Bolivia July Walter Giiyhri American aviator serving with Paraguay in the Gran Chnco war was killed In an airplane fight with the Bolivian pilot Ernst Rivera cilspatches from the front said today Topics of Times parish in Philadelphia and then was i named pastor of the St Not only have numerous devices Funds will be available from the Na Church Prackville Ia where he Including swings sliding boards tra ST LOUIS July than 3000 Lions from every state and i many foreign countries assembled to CUUllLy It Wtii ocliu ixt Liiu j Mr Spurrier left Lancaster at 5 Approved I day fol lhc opening of the annual D m vcsterdav on a Harrisburebound wl11 lncrcasc convention of the International As whether the rise in wace levcs w II iinhc bus He left a note for his wife which indicated that he was ccntcniplaUnj suicide It rend I am sorry that my mind Is so affected thatl cant help myself or Delaware River at Wilmington last you I wont be home tonight I am night going to Harrisbuior May God pro The corpse Is described as being I tect and ever be with you I am en lat of a woman about 35 years old closing my glasses Daticiy that 5 feet 3 inches tall weighing about 140 pounds and with red hair and blue eyes No person answering such description has been reported miss ing here U S TREASURY BALANCE WASHINGTON July The treasury net balance for July 8 was Miscellaneous rev enue receipts for that day were 5520291210 Custom receipts for the month througTi July 8 were 34730 57581 As soon ns she read the note Mrs win i sociation of Lions Clubs Hundreds of delegates registered for tlonal Recovery Act SWOOOOOOOO heI celebrated his silver jubilee In Sep Ing established for the nation A loan of is budgeted for Delaware County Depressing the B O tracks Is held to he a vital necessity Mayor William Ward Jr council members and Chamber of Commerce officials arc giving the subject much study and consideration and hope to have their plans completed this week OUT FOR JUKI COMMISSIONER James Babe of Twin Oaks has announced his intention of becom ing a candidate for trm office of jury commissioner Mr Babe Is well lember He was named rector of the Im maculate Heart Church htrc In 1920 and made many Improvement He established a ncw record in this parish for churches outside of Phil adelphia in Seminary collections He was named pnstor of St Veron icas Church Philadelphia on Sep tember 24 1027 The funeral will be held Snturdiy morning Divine Office will be read at D30 oclock and high mass of re quiem will be celebrated at 10 oclock In his late church nt Sixth and Tloga pexe traveling rings and exercising bars been placed ul the disposal of tin children for healthful athletic development but u municipal shower has been Installed nt the northwest corner of Third and Yarnall streets ICE PICK WEAPON IS FOUND streets A bloocistalncd ice pick believed lo be the weapon with which Richard RaRonc 10 fatally stabbed Billy Rcllly Jr aged i several weeks ago Dim big Eighth wnrd poli tician plans to make his kcyhola speech at a very early date Dan says if hes elected he will do ns good ns some present councllmen by greeting his friends Hes got to develop a mechanical Howdy dc do A woozy Esslngton motorist said he thought he saw a traffic light at nn Intersection in this city In a condition like police say he was he was liable to see anything Thirsty Virginians have demanded of Governor Pollard the right to vote on repeal We presume the states wets if victorious at the polls intend to celebrate with the Virginia reel The height of futility in our esti mation would be a pickpocket try Ing to ply Ills trade at a nudist camp New York state officials have ruled that sale of blood for transfusion pur poses Is taxable under the states ncw sales lax law Apparently these tax gatherers believe theres lots of money in circulation Father Maginn Is survived b to welcome thi virntorr near Mount Morlah cemetery in Secretary Wallace rebukes Iowa j Ycaclon was turned over to Delaware j bakcrs for boostlng brcad county aulhorlUci today by Phila Spurrier called police Public Press was present last evening at the regainr session of the city school directors for the first time i since a recent serious illness He was She said that a patient in the Chester Hospital for j many weeks and later was confined to Continued on Last Pace his home LINDBERGHS HOP MATTERN FLIER HALTED BY FOG WAS LOST 16 DAYS Trap Swarthmore Man Colonel and Wife Spend Night With Relatives on in Home of Maine Coast NORTH HAVEN Me July Wandered 8 Days to Reach River After Crash Plans to Fly to N Y HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY fBr United Press ROSANNA MILLS TO BEGIN WORK NEW YORK July Mat Paul Freedley 45 of the 400 block AT ARLINGTON PARK Gloss Chafcrin Davoc Al corah Transcali Caboehon Erl Heads Up Big Gun Scarum Spanflow Through Ormond Iouie Dear All Mail Ponipcy Ima Count AVcalhcr clear track fast i again today hung over j tern was reported planning to con ihte little island 15 miles off Rock hls fl8ht to Ncw York ln a ncw A rescue plane now In Alaska sent out by Irving Friedman Brooklyn brewer telegraphed word Mattcrn was willing to fly a Soviet plane now DOLLAR GAINS IN IAttlS PARIS July dollar gained In trading today opening at 1703 francs 507 ccnU per franc nnd closing nt 1803 55l delphii police The weapon was found In posses rilon nf ji small boy police said The j clilkl had been afraid to tell authorl tcr about the Ice pick because of the fear of Incriminating himself in the brutal slaying according to police Hagonc held In the county jail at Media will be asked to identify the weapon I news item Does that mean he ob jccts to raising bread Judging by those glowing report3 of sudden activity from busy indus trial centers when business finally did turn the corner It turned it on two wheels Recreational Centers in County are Planned Upland Plant Sold Ncwj North Swarthmore avenue Swartht Jand inrcatcnlng to haU Coloncl more socially prominent and genj Cnarics A Lindbergh and Mrs Lind icral manager of the Pennsylvania j bergri from continuing their air map Salt Manufacturing Company is ping tour over Greenland Labrador j route to Europe but faces grave i and Iceland schargcs when he returns to this The low winged monoplane bobbed would pick up nn American ship Intensive work nnd extensive plans are being undertaken by the Dela ware Covmty Park Board recently appointed by the county commlsi sioncrs lo take charge of the work SERVICE STATION BANNED BY COURT Cleveland ball player was sued for by southern girl who claims he socked her in the eye in argument following the discovery of a run in her stocking Score 1 run 1 hit 1 error Manufacturers of yarns meet to I discuss a code of ethics says a Washington dispatch It develops however that those present were noc fishermen but textile makers Sandusky Ohio announce the ordi nance prohibiting singing in beer par lors Thus it appears Sandusky has i ruled that Sweet Adeline written time cannot be sung in of Instituting on the calm waters of a rove nnr H was not definite however whether that the summer home of Mrs DwiRht W Mnttern wntilcl solo the Soviet plane and maintaining often forgets the AT LATONIA Princess Cozen Crude Bitter Root Thunder Baby Omar K Hydsar War Pledge Visigoth out yesterday Frccdloy who is married was i Morrow mother oi Mrs Lindbergh to Nome If he docs and then has broadcast an appeal for private trappsci with the wife of one of Ivs ready for the second leg of the flight alone from Nome to New York he lands to be donated for county parks employes at Haddonfield N J last from Ncw Yorl to Kalifss N S would bo the pilot to lhc i Tho park commissioners have Wednesday night when the womans1 Aftrr repairing a damaged cable togoka solo despite hlr crackup j adopted a slogan A Gift of Land Is Announccmsnt was made this morn rntobincl flew 1003 mite from i Ih3 pontoonequipped red monoplane i Bill Alexander pilot of the rescue a Gift Eternal and have sol forth in on the Fivins Cclonci and his wife Piano in Alaska said It would be 1mhi T TT i Aian oueii lorKeui tne present parks and recreational j Property Owners 111 Tnrsl jsagcly observes a college president throughout the county The board i tion at Once AVin in Vin in for an Injunction Many wlvcs wil1 agrcc thatl tnls tnlc OIl Bedding anniversaries j havent the out ctmo of a trial at Auburn Maine Property owners in the vicinity ofwhere a husband and wife were chosen ng by Albert R Grander president j WyandoUc Mich to check up on the Flying Ccloiioi and his wife pane In Alaska said It would be Imj their aim and arguments in a Eighteenth street and Erlgmont avci to sit on thr same jury but If tha of the Delaware Caunty Chamber of i reports of a clandestine romanc spent tl2 with Mrs Morrow possible to fly his heavy land ship lo i rmal book entitled Let Us Prc mic thU city have won their Tight Jury was able vo agree it certainly Commerce that the Rospnna Mills The woman in tho cife i Mrs Mrs Evangchnc Lindbergh mother Siberia under present conditions j serve Delaware CountyNatural j for an Injunction against a gasoline i should surprise a tot of people in Upland have been sold to an unI Pauline Gushing 30 wife of Russell of the filer and their 11monthsold 1 A i Beauty I nillni station on the southeast corI i i ncnnw jjy dramatic j Tnc recreational side of life will rer of that intersection In an opin1 named purchaser and that production Gushing who is manager of the salt son Jon i 1 Thc recreational side of life will will be started at once Thc mills em companys plant in Michigan She1 It was Lindberghs Intention to OI now Aiaucrn Amcr an important part in the actlvi ploy several hundred hands j fias found clad in pajamas and i linue to Halifax can aviator lost for 16 i days In of coming gcncrauons and tion of another industry in this sec tion was brought about by the con centrated advertising campaign of the Delaware County Chamber of second floor with a suit case in his j The U S guard vessel General to ion filed at Media by Judge Albert Dulton MacDadc U AUVCiai IllUIUICU I111IIU5 WJO lUUUU WIUU III illlU IIUUU IU nl V frt rt The welcome of the resump Freedley was coming down from the i WASHINGTON July rpLrf i I mect lhcsc conditions wholesome I Thc opinion restrains the Diamond instructivc recreational and Ice Company from operat hand when the husband accom Greene engaged in the patrol work ranlcd by his attorney and a private I off the coasts of Labrador and Green being rescued was related today dispatch to the newspaper Its correspondent at dstcctivc broke into the home land was instructed today to lend j Commerce and personal contact The I Freedley was arrested with Mrs Colonel Charles A Lindbergh and Brook Mariana Monty H mills before closing were producing I Gushing but neither would a Mrs Lindbergh all possible assistance plush and similar material of high j statsment when arrested on a in their hazardous aerial survey of j Furst Chauvenct Othenrise grade and the new will con statutory ehsrge They were taken far northern air routes American Queen K Russell tinuc the same lins of work j before Justice of the acj Thc Genera Greene now is makinR Sweep This week a former plant at S Sheridan cf Camdcn N J for a Its way north on a midsummer cruise gave of first mishap tunities must be provided The Re Ing the filling station and orders WOMAN DIES UNDER TRAIN glonal Planning Federation recently completed exhaustive plans for tho s development of the natural resources i of the county which will meet all rc qtilremcnts The commissioners real1 I izing the great rffori put forth by the organization and th fact that street near Edgmont avenue them to remove the service station equipment already installed on the premises Thc injunction proceedings were The Weather brought by John Walker and his wife Mrs Annie M Walker ot Eighteenth I WASHINGTON July Weather forecast Eastern Pennsylvania Fair tonight and Wednesday slightly wanner Wednesday in north portion Western Pennsylvania Fair tonight and Wednesday slightly warmer Ilttle Connelly Emmaline Fifteenth and Crasby streets resumed H Murphy Gully Jumper i start Meanwhile other textile plants Tommy clear track fast i work employing fifty persons pt the report increased orders and the rc Icalltag of former employes hearing that will trke it almost to the Arctic j NORTHUMBERLAND July 11 Cushman told of having j Circle Its next port of call prcsumi M Wcttiick 17 a fac bcen transfercd to the Michija ably will be Ivigtut Greenland i lory worker threw herscU M front Thc Lindberghs include Ivlgtut on j of a speeding Pennsylvania Railroad Continued on Last Page I their tentative itinerary I passenger train here and was killed and so many citizens took an active part in the preparation of the plan felt that an effort should be made to apply the suggestions lo local condi Contlnucd on Last Fage James L Rankin who owns Ihe northeast comer of Eighteenth street nnd Edgmont avenue Several hear ings were held before the court sit Continnod on Last TODAYS TFMPERATURES 6 a ni 68 11 s m71 7am 68 Noon 73 8 a m TO i p m73 9 a m 70 2 p m 74 10 a nit MMM 71   

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