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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - July 12, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE MONTHS ENDING DECEMBER 31 1932 FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Newt of the Day 57TH 17642 Daily Leased Wire Reports of United Pro UP i and International News Sfrvlce INS CHESTER PA WEDNESDAY JULY 12 103SJ PRICE TWO CENTS BREAK NEAR IN N Y KIDNAPING LEUR TRAIL LOST Release of OConnell Heir Believed Imminent 000 Ransom Ready Posses Search Farms and Clubhouses for Missing III Banker ALBANY N Y July The release of John J OConnell Jr kidnaped heir of the OConnell political empire is expected within 24 hours the United Press learned today from well Informed sources A communication from the kid napers received during the night ac cepted one of the intermediaries nominated by the family the Unltec Press was informed A ransom of bctwaen and in bank notes of small denominations was ready to pay over to the abductors The kidnapers accepted either Pau Carroll or Dave Hotailing as inter mediary it was understood Both are well known In Albany sporting circles Edward I and Daniel P OConnell uncles of the kidnaped 24ycarolc National Guard officer and brewer executive and bosses of one of the most powerful political machines in America preserved the greatest se crecy fearing a last minute hitch might break0ft the negotiations and endanger the youths life But the tension in the emotionally and intensely devoted family was noticeably lessened early today in dicating that the newest word from the kidnapers had been reassuring The youths father a prize fight pro motor and a subordinate leader i the OConnell machine and his tw brothers went to bed for the firs time since Friday The intermediary was selected b the kidnapers from a second list of 11 nominated by the family and In serted in the classified columns of an afternoon paper yesterday The first list was rejected as unsatis factory All possibility of any other motive than ransom having motivated the kidnapers was believed definitely ended Some had believed the kid napers might be seeking revenge on the OConnells whose political power extends even into the underground It was suggested that Albany racket eers deprived of revenue by legal beer were seeking to force the OConnells ACCIDENT DELAYS LINDBERGHS DEATH CLAIMS I MEXICOS QUEEN D EDWIN IRVING Chester Manufacturer Suc cumbs to Illness in Phila delphia Hospital A mishap that delayed Colonel Charles A Lindbergh and Mrs Undberph on their projected flight to Greenland occurred at South Warren Me when on landing their monoplane in a fojr a pontoon fuse wire snapped The broken strand repaired by a rope sftown beneath the the famous flier makes a final inspection before lakinj off asain for North Haven Me Looking on from the cockpit is Mrs Llndbcrfh U S DEMANDS CUT WILL PROBE BAIL IN UTILITY RATES JUMPERS STORY Continued onPazc Ten Virtual Ultimatum to Services Over Nation to Reduce 10 Per Cent FEDERAL BENCH WARRANTS ISSUED Bench warrants for five persons recently indicted by the federal grand jury at were given to U S Deputy Marshals to day with instructions that the quin tetbe immediately brought in One of the five who have failed to surrender so far is believed to have fled the country but it wns thought the other four would appear at the office of Marshal Walter C Fetters to accept personal service of the warrants Chet A Keyes special prosecutor in the probe into alleged political corruption in this county is enroute to his home in Kansas and is not expected back in Philadelphia for several days During a stop over at Washington D C Mr Keyes dropped in at the office of Attorney General Cum mings but did not talk with his chief conferring with his assistant during the brief period GASOLINE DEALERS TO HOLD MEETING WASHINGTON July A virtual ultimatum to public utility services throughout the country to reduce rates 10 per cent has been ordered by Assistant Secretary of War Woodring Acting in the interest of govern mental economy but with a view to bringing relief to household budgets throughout the nation Woodring las dispatched orders to all corps area commanders to serve notice upon the public utility services that war department contracts for such services will not be rcncwed for the fiscal year 1934 unless a 10 per cent reduction in rates is granted In the event the utility services refuse to make such a cut the corps area commanders have been in structed to petition the appropriate state agency charged with control of such rates for the reduction In states which have no public utility commission the petition will be made direct to the company Woodring has not yet decided what action will be taken other than to cancel contracts if the companies re fuse to grant the reduction INDIANAPOLIS Ind July Fugitive Tells Judge Mac Dade He Thought Case Had Been Fixed for should be reduced ten per cent according to an edict of no less Continued nn Tajfe Ten BIG CATCH EXPECTED A Philadelphia man charged with violations of the liquor law caused a flurry in the courtroom of Judge Albert Dutton MacDade at Media yesterday when he declared he was under the impression his case had been for S200 Bennie Cohen alias Gold 38 ap peared in habeas corpus proceedings haying been a fugitive since the spring of 1931 Asked why he had skipped hisbail and had not ap peared for trial in March 1031 Cohen said my boss told me he paJd to some one in the dis trict attorneys office and the case would never come up Judge MacDade ordered Assistant District Attorney C William Kraft Jrto investigate Cohens statement TheCourt also ordered the issuance of a warrant for one Pogel named by Cohen as his boss Fogcls pres ent whereabouts Is unknown but until recently he was said to have been in Philadelphia Cohen was arrested by Patrolman Booley of thc Upper Darby force 1 when he was driving a truck loaded with 160 fivegallon cans of alcohol Booley noticed drippings from the truck as it passed him on the West Chester pike Highland Park where ths officer was directing traffic for i suspicious odor and he gave chase to the truck driven by Cohen i Cohen failed to appear when his 1 case was called and he was appre headed in Philadelphia last Saturlay D Edwin Irving for many years head of one of the citys largest worsted concerns with mills in several sections of the city and a prominent personage in the business and community life of Chester died early this morning in the Graduate Hospital in Philadelphia where he had been a patient for about ten days Having retired from his post in the living Worsted Company about 15 years ago Mr Irving took up his residence in Ihe Wellington Apart ments located at Nineteenth nnd Walnut streets Philadelphia He retained his residence in this city an ornate stone mansion located atop a point of high ground on Prov idence avenue at Twentyfourth street adjacent to the valley of Ridley River in which the original mills of the company were estab lished In the affairs of Chester Mr Irving continued to maintain an in terest after retiring from business and wss a registered voter in the First ward from the time hebecame of age He was a former of ihc Chester Club and was foi many years a1 director of the Deln ware County Trust Company serving on the board until the beginning of this month when his term expired and was not resumed by him due to ill health and to his residence out of city He had been associated with the affairs of St Pauls Protestant Episcopal Church and had always re mained a pewholder He was the son of James Irving one of the founders of the Irving Company and was born in the old family home stead located near the Irvington Mills For many years he held active memj bershlp in the Union League Phila delphia Those who survive are a son Ed vvard B Irving of Germantown Pa and one daughter Mrs Stanley E Wilson of Philadelphia Another son James Irving is deceased Funeral services to be held Snt inday afternoon in St Pauls Church Broad nnd Mndlson streets will be followed by private interment D Edwin Irving was a direct lineal descendant of Washington Irving famous early American novelise who is known for his works which cen City voted Senorila Delia Cuhilbs its most beautiful Rlrl nnd enthroned her as Queen Cluiriibusco VI at the annual fete of society Ihe I5lark and While Ball CAMPAIGN ANGEL GETS CABINET JOB Walker Who Gave Is Secretary of Depres sionsmashing Croup WASHINGTON July v 11 W i 1111 I U tercd around the activities of the I Flank cWalker executive secretary early Dutch colonies in the Hudson jof President Roosevelts new super RAMSEY BOND CASE REOPENED Surety Company Files an Appeal With the State Supreme Court In a further effort to escape the payment of on the boiul of William TRamsey former county tax collector of this city the American Surety Company of New York yes terday filed nn appeal with the Su preme Court of Pennsylvania A bond in Hie sum of wns tiled with Prothonotnry M S Pnncoast nt Media representing double the sum involved plus probable costs A month 11150 Judge W iloger Fronelleld filed an opinion refusing the surety companys request to open Judgment on ihc countys claim on lic Knmsey bond Ramsey pleaded guilty last year to proprlntlni county tax moneys rmd is now sorvlnu a 5to10 year sen tence in the Eastern penitentiary There were several court hearings on the action of the surety company to have he claim plitccct before a jury One of he chief points raised by the surety company was that Rnmsey had presented to them a let ter of September 19 193t from then county treasurer it H Hayes certi fying that Hnmscy had settled in full far 1930 luxes According to the of he bonding company itamscj owed at that time about of 1030 taxes On the strength of the letter the bond was issued to Rnm sey Judge Froncfleld ruled that the county treasurer hud no power to bind the county even I hough the surety company relied upon his cer tificate The appeal to the highest State court was taken by Attorney E Wai lace Chadwick H will not be nrfiuci until January luxt when Court I Solicitor A J Williams will auswc for the county TOT 2 IS SMOKER river valley The Irving family which settled in thus section of the country In 18L1 nnd which has been com mercially and socially prominent since that time sprang from the parentage of John and Jennie B Irving who emigrated from Scotland and settled In this section of Penn sylvania The Irving mills were first established by James Irving in 1845 when he came to Delaware county after learning the textile trade in a Montgomery county mill He was joined in the venture by his brother David Irving who became a mem r of the firm with him upon Us PLEASES RESIDENTS ICKES SUBMITS LIST OF WORKS TO ROOSEVELT Public Projects Proposed to Use Most of Initial Quick Start Seen on Plans to Put 500000 Men to Work by Fall When It became known yesterday that city ofllclals and representatives of the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce had made a survey of the city to determine the most needed municipal Improvement and hrul given consideration to West Second street Seventh street between Flower and Booth streets Fifth street conj nccUng Fifth uid Pennell streets with 1 Fourth nnd Tilghman streets rcslj Charles Sonny Nonnuiid lwi of West Ialcrsoji N lias t CPU smok ing since he H months He prefers vlgnrs DELAY OPENING OF CONCORD ROAD j cabinet which opens offices today in the Treasury Department wns one Those residing on Second street ncws of the four horsemen of 1930 who came galloping to the Roosevelt standard with checkbooks flapping Postmaster Genera James A Far ley then rather an obscure politician remembers the Incident well Cam paign checks for 510000 were scarcer than jobs In which made them very scarce indeed So when Walkers appointment wns announced lit the White House It was not surprising that Farley recalled his helpful con tribution Who tfi of the West End welcomed the j Span Railroad Tracks a Necessity Of which has been in bad condition for several years are pleased at the thought of having thc highway in front of their homes Improved It was not only argued that the recon struction of u new highway would give another outlet across thc city between Wilmington and Philadel phia but would also have a tendency to encourage business to locate on the thoroughfare nt Second street at one time wns populated with business houses which owing fo the condition of Irving was a brother of thc late Wil liam A Irving FINISH PROVIDENCE AVENUE REPAVING Paving of the center section of Providence avenue where the trolley car tracks were removed recently was resumed this morning after a brief delay while a supply of natural lake asphalt could be supplied for Sixteen members of the Chester iDeputy Sheriff Harry Pearson took lnc completion of the job The city Pike Kiwanis Club are spending today him to the county jail in Media j officials insisted that this typa of At the meeting of the Gasoline Dealers Association of Delaware County of which Charles Ward president of the West End Business Mens Association is president to be held in Red Mens Hall 2112 West Third street Thursday night reports of the committee recently appointed to attend a meeting of the National Dealers Association in Newark N J last night will be read The committee was recently ap pointed to work along lines suggested by President Roosevelt to form a code of ethics governing gasoline dealers It is also expected that reports will be made as to thsnumber of letters and resolutions which have been sent to the President complimenting him on his attitude towards the retail dealers interests The meeting will be open to all on a fishing trip in the Delaware Bay i ofl Little Creek Del The party left Glenolden early this morning in auto mobiles and arrived at their destina A bsnch warrant issued for i asphalt be used instead of other Cohen in March 1931 and he has grades which were immediately been constantly sought by the disavailable to the contractors John trict attorneys office since that Hanna and Sons tion shortly after 7 oclock from where time He was held without bail by Tlle delay in completing the pav thcy left in launches for the fishing i Judge MacDade to answer the rum banks j running charge RECEIVES TROPHY William A McClurg Fourth ward political leader has received from A R Granger the trophy won by Mr McClurgs speedboat Doris at the races condu LEIPERVILLE MAN Ing caused little inconvenience to motorists as the concrete base was finished about a week ago and the few remaining blocks of surfacing can be completed in a brief time INJURED IN FALL thcrc remains only the task of sur facing the section of street from Baby Joseph Sweeney 54 of 101 Chester j re Pike Leipcrville sustained a severe I teenth street to Twenty Twentyfourth your cently at North East Md The speedy head injury and contusions of the street has been a marked ininrovc craft was driven by Frank Young chest when he stumbled and fell in mcnt and has given Chester a broad of this city TAW LUTT T rinorvnr i the Arcn1 smooth entrance from the northeast Lcipcmlle last night He was taken traffic arteries 1 to thc Taylor Hospital and admitted i for treatment According to Captain TJ Q PROBES PRrPR1 iMcAtcer of the Ridley township po IXUttfca 1 1UUU llce Sweeney stumbled in the dark Iff f 1 and struck his head against a large i stone on the ground Earl Goebel of 816 Freeman ave The Improvement of Seventh street would itlso relieve traffic on both Ninth and Third streets E D BY CHESTERMAN from the surer of the Democratic National Committee for ubout a year Well replied Farley he was one of those four fellows They gave Who were they Well said Farley there was Jesse Straus and thcrc wns Col E M House and there was Will Woodin Walker was the other one Straus is Ambassador to France Woodin Secretary of Treasury House didnt want a political Job Neither did Walker If wellbut tressed may be believed Mr Roosevelt had to argue e ore ccvec hm he would consent to accept thc job M of chief of the new or ganization which the administration prefers to call an executive council Thomas W McComb Republican leader of the Third ward and widely known river enthusiast directed the rescue of the crews of two sailing ficials Will Confer WASHINGTON July plans for Federal public works proj ects to take up most of the initial al lotment of from the 300000000 Federal public works fund were submitted to President Roose velt by Secretory of the Interior Ickcs public works administrator About 500000 men should be em ployed on the Initial program for both Fedcrnl and nonFederal con struction by September Ickes de clared addhiK that the individual projects selected by the Cabinet Pub lic Works Control Committee will ba announced after approval by ths President The Cabinet control body headed by Ickes held a threehour meeting yesterday sifting Ihe Federal proj ects recommended by the Tugwell subcommittee The Cabinet committee will niece to consider municipal projects al ready passed on by the Reconstruc tion Finance Corporation before or ganization of the public works ad ministration Selection of Col Henry M Walte formerly city manager of Dayton Ohio as deputy administrator was announced by Ickcs Ickcs hns recommended to President a system of 10 or 12 reg ional public works administrators in stead of stale administrators with an advisory committee of three In each state Close supervision from Washington will be maintained Ickes said and regional administrators vlll be largely those pertaining to ex imlimtloa of projected state county 11 nd municipal public works and rcco oinmendiitlou thereon The cabinet control body Ickci mid had received from New York Massachusetts Ohio nnd Utah pre liminary plans for projects which ths cabinet group tentatively approved The cabinet group appointed a sub committee composed of Secretary of Commerce Iloper Assistant Secretary of Agriculture Tugwell and Solicitor General Biggs to apportion a 150000 000 public roads allocation amon national parks national forests and Indian Inndi Commissioner George J Hunter director of the Department of Streets and Public Improvements authorized nt yesterdays meeting of City Council to arrange for a con ference between representatives of this city the State highway depart ment and the Pennsylvania Railroad on the question of construction of a new bridge carrying Concord road over a brunch linn ot the railroad This section of Concordioad which has been deslRnntcd as Washington boulevard wns recently paved after many years of iigitatlon The work was completed last Saturday but as yet the rond hns not been officially opened nnd indications are that it will not be until anew bridge re places the present antiquated struc ture built nearly a half century ago In its present condition the span Is dangerous and motorists who travel over it do so at their own risk FAIR WARMER WEATHERPREDICTED v I11 1 Ul 1 1 yachts which capsized in the DclaOfficials point out that It in strictly ware nay last Sunday according to a rnllrotll bridge and that the rall The council will ineel every Tues day instead of the regular cabinet Present will he Mr Roosevelt his regular cabinet the heads of the various emergency agencies created to cope with Walker It met for the first time yesterday and discussed the mechanics of co operation and coordination The first major announcement under the general auspices of this new high command of antidepression strategy will be sorrje hundreds of millons of public works expenditures which Mr McComb was aboard his cabin tlon of il llcw nne But ll lmf Ililser which was anchored in the cnllt cooperatl roatl in responsible for the construc been operation of bulc 5O thal tllt5 of the bay near the course being followed bulc 5O thal tllt5 by ruciriK soil yachts During the race railroad lightened u sriuall blew up and Ihe leading boat the unpslitcd before the mem bers of the crew were able to haul in the canvas McComb immediately weighed anchor and put out to the flounder ing sailors who were being tossed nbout by the heavy sens He took them ashore and towed their craft to safety Shortly after Ihe first rescue ho repeated the feat when another sal boat capslMd On board this craft the was Nick Carter should have White House approval widely known Philadelphia sports some time this week j man nnd Howard Gyp Long Walkers job Is in keep thc cmerj of Philadelphia None of the i XT rrn i rv sency agencies pulling together He i merscd sailors suffered any 111 ef iJN JiKKiAD will take from Mr Roosevelt conj feel from their experience The new stretch of rond is n valu able asset and a short cut Into the city Tho fact that It cannot be Continued an Pare Trn V S TRKASUflY 5AIANCK WASHINGTON July Tiii TniLsUry net balance for July 10 was Miscellaneous Internal Revenue receipts for that day were Customs rn cclpls for the month through July 10 slderable labor in refcreeing disputes agencies He man Department of Justice agents from jmie Prospect Park was treated al Washington were in Philadelphia to Jay Gould railroad builder died to day at his estate He was 67 years old Following his graduation from Columbia University he took a keen interest in National Guard activities joining the Seventyfirst Regiment as a private PITTSBURGH July sround Fluxrpjy jabbing thc cigarette into his eye i that Profiteering and price fix Mullln i ing were causing rising costs of food Members of the Gallagher Invest RFTTRTIVJP RATAPV stuffs Bakers defended the price atin Commission includin Mrs VT 1XW Iv L rises claimin the oi gating Commission including Mrs Cornelia Bryce Pinchot reconvened their hearings today with testimony of free work illegal overtime ow HFAD rises claiming the soaring cost of PI FT wneat and the new processing tax VJil i made thc jump inevitable Poit No 911 Veterans of Foreign Wars on West Third street near Highland avenue All veterans CORPORATION BUYS ROSANNA MILLS The Chester Times learned today lhat the purchasers of the Rosanna Mills in Upland Is the Collins and Aikman Corporation whose genera offices arc nt 25 Madison avenuo New York City The Philadelphia lsCOAL PRINTING BIDS CONSIDERED arc invited to attend the meeting i PIant which will be presided over by Alex 1 uni of lnc Quaker City Is at F S Hamilton district chairman j nrsL street and Columbia av Charles Kurtzhalz president of the HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY UnKed Press wages and poor working conditions r lalreadv snread unnn the recorr i V rtCr RotO CIVD AT ARLINGTON PARK already spread upon the record with wristxvatch was pres at yes Chester BoysClub Ready to Dedicate New Home Sun Stream Diswrn j Flabbercasl Lcnnic Conlcssa Reia Skidmore Tack Knife Helios Get Ready Very Well Weather clear track fast AT LATONIA V Wilcoxrec a fiirniliirp rnmmnv nav v WilCOX rec a furniture company is pay lor Q Sl paus Prote5talit Continued onPac Trn 9 urchEroad and Madison streets Chester Boys Club an organization c Blakiston winner of thc which so admirably fitted into Fair weather is predicted today and probable tomorrow in Eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland It will be somewhat warmer tomorrow The highest temperature here yes erday WHS 83 decrees at 5 p m and the lowest war GB nt D02 a m The average of 7G wiis normal for the date but six degrees below thc avcr July II lost year JVfaxirmim emperaUire for the date Is 97 estab lished In 1811 and minimum 58 in 1891 Sunrise today was at 542 a m and sunset will be at831 p m Eastern Daylight Saving Time AUDIT OF SCHOOL DISTRICT UNDERWAY The closing of the fiscal year of he school district took place on July 1 imd In accordance with the clauso of the school code making It impera tive for all districts to have an audit made within CO days after the busi ness year the official auditors of lha school district are now engaged In the task of reporting nnd summing up the business of the past 12 months Thc auditors arc represented in the work by Roland Maurcr who has made the annual and monthly audits for the local district for the past fiva years An important point will be reached in the history of the POLICE ENFORCING BAN ON The drive against stragglers found on the streets during the early morning hours continues with police five being arrested this morning Three boys who gave Kiwanls medal and William principal of the Franklin Grammar 1 School The meeting was at rnded anci presided over by President Kurtzhalz EMILY duPONT BETROTHED Its needed place in the lives of hun dreds of boys of this city that it has become a valuable link in Chesters civic life The upward step which will take morrow Thousands avenue i There arc several plants of the cor poration In Philadelphia Thc corporation manufacture1 vel vets velours and carpets and at Ihe present time is catering chiefly to the automobile trade a high j grade upholstery I The Ilosnnna Mills will be placed j in operation as soon as possible and will employ several hundred hands j Announcement of thc sale was made era for the Roys Club Tomorrow yesterday by Abm R Granger thc old building will be deserted for president of the Delaware County larger more adequate Chamber of Commerce and more cheerful building located at Front street and Concord avenue LINDBERGHS PLANE placc tomorrow evening Is the dcdli women will turn oul f cation of a new headquarters for the j opening exercises at the Even nr before it Is not the place but it Is the spirit end the of youth that will advance a step to of men and for the gala new building WILMINGTON Del July The clulj to lcPace he old structure that tomorrow evening nnd these citizens i engagement of Miss Emily duPont J noll5Da s daughter of Mr and Mrs Victor du I durnB l many hundreds of boys hours and has 1 None 2 Enigmatic Miss Boot Fair Cynthia Courland Sweet Talk 3 Third Alarm Tittat Legality Thnnder Pantaloons Nell Kuhlman Two others George Gallagher and Thistle Par Border Patrol Golden i Simon Doyle both 53 were arrested j at Sixth street and Morton avenue m of Chester will be paying tribute to boyhood Ray Copain LEAVES HALIFAX HALIFAX N S July Col Chns A Ltndbcrfh and his wife continuing their routecharting tour of air routes via Greenland and Ice land left here at 1117 a m today i with St Johns Nfd or Cartwright P ut vi fitting and proper that the Labrador their probable destination take a major part In the activities It is also In ac the feature of their acivi sportlng events for It is Lindbergh brought his seaplane down at p m yesterday at the Eastern passage seaplane base three miles from Hatifax after a flight County Commissioners Di rect Tabulation of Sev eral Proposals Bids were opened by the County Commissioners at their weekly meet ing In the courthouse yesterday for coal for the County Home The bids were for 1000 tons of No 2 buckwheat and 200 tons of No 1 buckwheat figured In long tons of 2240 pounds each The bids vcrc ordered tabu lated nnd the contract will be awarded at a later dale The bids were as follows Media Coal and Ice Company Media S4 46 for No 2 for No 1 Colllngdale Coal Company Colllngdale S140 for No 1 for No 1 Wilcox Coal Company Philadelphia for No 2 for No 1 M A Hanna Company Philadelphia for No 2 less 10 per cent cash discount in TAKK PART IN PARADE Attired in their Highland klltiea costumes the members of the Clan Ross Pipe Band left this city this morning in a motor bus bound for Philadelphia where they will takn part In a July Twelfth parade ancl festivities held annually in honor of Orangemens The band la under thc leadership of Michael IDochcrty of the Chester Police De partment who organized and man ages the famous musical organization Topics of Tames It seems that Mr Yetter of ths Fifth ward cant get a hearing Maybe they figure the later for Yetter thc better for Yetter A mil In Upland is reported to be ready to start work A mill ready to start to work anywhere these days Beer manufacturers complain about a shortage of hops They should sea some of those pedestrians on Ninth street who have just enough to beat those reckless drivers IS days for No 1 per eral cent cadi discount In 15 days Clem They arc kidnaping big shots In New York state We know a few in this state who wished they would be kidnaped and held captive for sev mcncy Howcr Company Philadel phia for No 2 S5S8 for No 1 They are making an official survey sports that the modern from north Haven Me rooms dark and dingy u t IT rt hurst Gambado Mnrphv Thistle Dee Weather clear track y are also belrg held of Foreign Wars will b Jack report a marked decline in th num at Litvas farm The first annual rally of the four hundred boys spint all their erttMuUin Posi No 914 Veterans pare time in the shadow of these best led and best educated A fine new athletic field has been given to the Boys Club alonj with their new and larger headquarters be Sunday same dingy walls It was not what but the field will not be in proper Oks ths building was but what thc build shape to hold the athletic events to ber of robberies and burglaries smcj arrangements had made to hold stood for that appealed to thsmJ morrow Instead thcv will be g RiHa1r at Flowerdale Aston j The days of the dreary atmosphere I Tomorrow brings a new Continued on Seven I where the plane was refueled Inaugurated Informed that weather conditions ahead were good he ordered the machine refueled with 1200 gallons of gasoline and 100 gallons of oil SpccKicatiom called for Lchlgh white ash anthracite i notl Thc Commissioners also withheld action on the following bids received for printing 10000 forms for appeals from assessments nnd 100000 forms for assessment notices Girard Print ing Company Philadelphia Cleave L Baker Media S196ll Chester Times Chester S182J0 GrecoMiller Printing Company Chester S19750 John Spencer Ches ter i The Commissioners voted to exempt from taxation for county and poor purposes a tract of about H acres in the Llanwellyn district of Glenolden of thc city to learn what streets need repairs Why an official survey Why at West Third street The Weather WASHINGTON July UP The weather forecast for Eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Fanto night and Thursday slightly wanner Thursday Western Pcnnslyvania Fair to Thursday little chanje in i township 1 are planning an early start today i which the borough is to receive for The flyers remained overnight at i park purposes the residence of the superintendent j William J MacCarter Jr solicitor j of the Eastern Passage oil plant Continued onPafeTen TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m 7 n m 8 a m 64 ii a m 64 Noon 68 1 p m 70 70 9 a m68 2 p m73 10 a m 63   

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