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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - July 17, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE lONTIiS ENDING DECEMBKK 31 1932 FINAL EDITION With All and Best News of Day 57TH 17646 Dilly Report of United Prew OP News Service INSt CHESTER PA MONDAY JULY 17 1933 PRICE TWO CENTS POST BOUND FOR SIBERIA LEAVES MOSCOW AIRPORT Roundworld Flier Push ing1 On Determined to Break Previous Mark 2 TRANSOCEAN FLIERS DEAD IN GERMAN Crossed Ocean From New York to Berlin in 25 Hours and 46 Minutes MOSCOW July freshed by food and a cold shower Wiley Post swept east out of Moscow in his monoplane Winnie Mae this afternoon determined to capture a new roundtheworld flight record After an unexpected landing in Moscow at 720 a m EDT Wiley Post sped east from the Soviet cap ital bound for Novosibirsk Siberia He was 12 hours and 58 minutes ahead of the globegirdling mark set by himself and Harold Gatty in 1931 The flier roared away from Moscow airport after a halt of nearly three hours for repairs He landed there after making a flight from Koenigs bcrg East Prussia where bad weather forced him to land after taking off from Berlin following his record breaking flight to the German capital from New York Post ate a large meal at the air port here before continuing his night He carried only two thermos Darius and Girenus Lith uanians Span Atlantic From N Y But Crash Believed to Have Dropped at Least 3200 Feet Iden tified by Papers flasks of water and several sandwiches I with him SOLDTN BRANDENBURG PROV INCE Germany July Captain Stephen Darius and Stanley T Girenus native Lithuanian resi dents of Chicago who set out from New York Saturday morning to fly nonstop to Kaunas Lithuania were found dead in a woods near here to day with their wrecked plane The pair had spanned the ocean successfully despite the bad weather into which they had headed but came to grief just a few hours from their goal at a spot 4000 miles from Floyd Bennett Field their starting point It was indicated the fliers had crashed from a great height and that both were killed instantly They were identified by maps charts anc Lithuanian newspapers found in theii plane Walter Danzig acting district gov ernor told International News Serv ice he had visited the plane abou 8 a m presumably about seven hour MOSCOW July Post American roundtheworld aviator landed here at p m today from Koenigsberg East Prus sia The Oklahoma iron man had made 670 miles from Koenigsberg It carried him 4910 miles on his 15400 mile solo flight around the world His elapsed time was 50 hours 10 minutes and he was 4 hours 24 min utes ahead of the record he and Harold Gatty made in their historic flight two years ago Picking his landing stations Post had said before he left Koenigsberg at a m EDT that he would land here or at the next best place If the weather proved too bad to permit him to continue on toNovosi birsch Siberia his next planned halt after the pair had crashed It was a terrible sight he said The plane had fallen right into th middle of the woods cracking tree right and left The ship must have crashed fron a height of at least 1000 meter about 3200 I found their log book with de of their flight from Chicago t New York inscribed In it and als their flight from New York t Kansas There also were Chicago Lithu anian papers which convinced me o their identity but neither I nor constable with me touched the bodies because this is strickly prohibited We left everything untouche and motored back to Soldin wher we informed the police prosecute The case is in his hands now Lithuanians were last sighte over Berlincher a suburb of Soldin shortly after midnight therefore it was presumed they crashed about WINGING AWAY FROM NEW YORK ON FATAL FLIGHT m The small jroup which saw Captain Stephen Darius and Stanley T Circuits Mlhuiiiilanlitirn JhioaBuans take oft on Saturday from New York on nonstop flight aimed at their native land is seen fathered around the plane u moment before it taxied upon the Held ami loomed away POLICE DETAIN HONEYMOONERS Bridegroom Encounters Trouble Fined and Also Held for Court Two honeymooners from California who were returning home from New York by automobile by way of the Baltimore pike had their trip abruptly halted In Concord township last night when the car in which they were riding forced the motor cycle being ridden by Patrolman D V Devlin of the Avondale barracks State Highway Patrol oil the high way Devlin placed the driver of the ve hicle who gave the name as J M Owen and 171 Bonner street Pasa dana Cal as his address under ar rest Owen explained that he had been married only a short time in his home city and with his bride had been to New York and were re turning to their home in California to begin housekeeping While Devlin was questioning Owen in regards to his conduct Patrolman Kulp of the Clifton Heights barracks appeared on the scene and went to the assistance of Devlin The officers took Owens to the Media Hospital where after an examinationby physi clans he was pronounced under the influence of liquor He was then locked up until this mornings when he was arraigned before Magistrate Fred T Cooper On the charge of operating a vehicle without a license Owen was fined S10 and costs and ROOSEVELT TO FIX CODES FOR ALL WORK UNITS Confers With Aides Pre pares to Act Pending Moves by Industries Pay of Million Up Today as Textiles Inaugurate Program NAMES MISS CARR TO LABOR POST Ccts Place in Pin chot Cabinet Which Dr Northrup Resigned SUN SHIPYARD EMPLOYES GET WAGE INCREASE Formal Announcement Is Made by John G Pew Head of Local Concern Stciiiicn Darius nearest camera and his llyiiiR companion Stanley T Grienus al their takeofT from New York Afler Vrnsslnp the Atlantic Ocean they crashed in Gcrinrry r lly al the time They were close to llielr OCONNELLS KIN AWAIT BREAK BANKER IS FREED BY ABDUCTORS 1 a m at the time they were ply KOENIGSBERG East Prussia July of stormy skies ihead Wiley Post took off at a1 lnS extremely low Lighting up a 01 EDT today a m Koenigs erg time on the next stage of his world flight determined on better Continued on Last Page Continued on Last Page 3 BEAUTY PARLOR OPERATORS PINED Three Chester beauty parlor oper ators paid large fines at hsarings before Magistrate John S Mecleary af Upper Darby today for violating the State Labor acts Grace Black Tyler proprietor of the Grace Bsauty Shop 10001 Edg mont avenue was fined for em ploying a girl under 15 years of age for working her employes more than 54 hours a week as required by law and for not providing sufficient rest periods Frank and Claire Waxman owners of Claires Beauty Parlor Sixth street and Edgmont avenue paid 59050 for making girls work more han 54 hours weekly not providing lunch or rest periods and not hav ing facilities for female help The third defendant Harry Ian proprietor of the Virginia Bsauty Shop 706 Sproul street was fined 54250 for exceeding the 54hour week and not allowing sufficient lunch and rest periods The arrests were made by repre sentatives of the Bureau of Labor and Industry and is part of an ex tensive campaign to be waged in this section against store proprietors who are exploiting female labor by working them too long and not pro CULBERTSON TEAM PLAYS ENGLISH FOUR sentenced to serve five days in the Police Push Hoping Police BclicVC TllCV HjlVC pnilntv mil nrtn nn pnarfrp nf i county jail and on the charge of driving under the influence of liquor j he was committed to the county jail1 in default of bail While he was walking down the jail steps this morning on the way to the magistrates court Owen collapsed and struck his head against a step The hearing was held up while Jail physicians revived him him for his injuries and treated Mrs Owen todav whrn Flv uttllu 5 release xiuipii uumuiuuuutn lacie coaaj wnen ily Media aUorney represented Owen at team of four from New the hearingthismorning LONDON July bridge entered the classification of a sporting spectacle Culbsrtsons York opened a match against a picked English quarter with an electric score board detailing play before an en thusiastic crowd of 1000 in Scir ridges department store The stake is theCharles M Schwab trophy offered by the American steel magnate one of New Yorks most en thusiastic players spent last night in a hotel at Media and said this morning that she would to Find Young Kidnapers s ALBANY July the family of the kidnaped John J Trail to Kidnapers August Luer of ALTON 111 July covery of a concrete under OConhell Jr today awaited the long j ground investigators to bc anticipated break which would re suit in the of the missing youth state police pushed ahead with VISITS TAFT MURRAY BAY Que July Franklin D Roosevelt was weekend guest of Mrs William Howard Taft widow of a former President and Chief Justice at her viding proper periods facilities and rest RIVER MAINTENANCE FUNDS APPROVED WASHINGTON July INS Funds totaling for mainten ance work on rivers and harbors in the North Atlantic division were ap proved by the Department today The allotments included 51154300 for work on the Delaware river from Philadelphia to the sea Britishers on the Schuylkill river Pa I on the inland waterway of j the Delaware river on Wil mington Harbor Del j Public interest in London ran high with of applications for tickets rejected Play was in the usual manner for competition between two teams of four Play went on simultaneously in two separated rooms Culbertson and i Theodore Lightner played against Lieutenant Colonel H M Bsasley and Sir Guy Somville in one room The same hands were played in the other room with Mrs Jo Culbertson and Michael Gottlieb against George Morris and P V Tabbush But the two hands of each deal played by Culbertson and Lightner were played in the other room by the British pair and vice versa with the result depending on the differential between therival teams scores on the same cards The teams were scheduled to play 25 boards or hands at each session with two sessions daily from today until Saturday inclusive The Americans lost the first hand by 300 points In room one Culbert son and Lightner played it at five clubs having eleven clubs between them and went down 100 points Mrs Culbertson and Gottlieb thought they saw a grand slam at diamonds in the other pair of hands They were doubled and went down 200 points making the differential 300 for the summer horns Mrs Roosevelt here drove into Murray Bay and asked direction to Mrs Tafts home She spent several hours with Mrs Taft and then continued on her Canadian motor trip will end at Campobello N 1 Thursday which on ITALYS PLANES PLAN HOME START Leave Chicago Wednesday for New York First Hop to Rome T their investigation with more vigor remahvin the borough until her hus thangenerally had been bands release Ralph Llndenmuth a j A wellInformed state official said it WQS not true that the authorities were laying of the case because Dan and Ed OConnell politically powarful uncles of the victim pre ferred to play a Ions hand in deal ing with the kidnapers He indicated the statepolice arc keenly Interested in a certain theory of many This theory is that a gang whose pals wcrc arrested and clamped into the Albany Couny Jail about two weeks before the kidnaping of young OConnell may have com mitted the crime in revenge for not being able to spring their cohorts Five men were arrested on this oc casion in a mysterious holdup on the AlbanySchencctady road on the night of June 22 They held up three men In a lardjab it was charged in information sworn to by Henry Karfunkle Albany taxi driver The three men In the were for mally attired and apparently pros perous The identity of the three nen is not known for they have failed to come forward and make a complaint The belief is they were victims of some kind of a flim flam or confidence garrie involving high stakes Daniel OConnell continued his policy of noncooperation with the lieve today they were close on the trail of the abductors of August Lucr 77yearold retired financier who was liberated early yesterday on the Bluirpad one nille west of Col tfiiifau GUARDSMEN HOSTS HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY Unltfrt Press AT LATONIA Members of Company C lllth In fantry N G P held a gala dance Saturday evening in the Chester Armory Eighth and Sproul streets as a closing social event before the departure of the company on Satur day July 22 for two weeks of field training at the National Guard reservation Mount Gretna CHICAGO July air armada of 24 sea planes was groomed today for a flight Wednes day to New York City the first stage of the return flight to Orbetcllo Italy General Italo Balbo and his 94 of ficers and men heroes of the great est mass flight in aviation history Deceived the plaudits of Chicago and the Worlds Fair From the moment of their arrival Saturday afternoon aftey comparative fast flight by stages from Orbetcllo they had been feted almost continuously The airmen planned to spend sev eral hours today going over their shiny planes in preparation for the flight home At noon today they were to pay a formal visit to Mayor Edward J Kelly They planned to rest in the afternoon and aUend a dinner given by Harry S New Untied States Com missioner to the Worlds Fair 1n thj authorities despite the complaint ex pressed by District Attorney John T Delancy over such an attitude OConnell took the position that if he gives any information to the police he not only might kill off present negotiations but aso would endanger the life of his nephew CHICAGO July suspects in the kidnaping of John Sheriff Peter FilKgerald who with department of Justice assumed charge of the investigation an nounced he found a subcellar to u private garage which fitted Luers description of the kidnapers lair where he was held captive for five days The place wns only a mile and a half f rom where the banker was released I dont think it was a kidnaping ring that had Mr Lucr Sheriff Fitzgerald said My opinion Is that it vss some Collinsvilic punks and we have a good start in our investi gation Contradictory reports were circu lated as to whether a ransom wac paid for Luers release Members ol ihc family including the sons denied a random was paid Other reports persisted that has boon given the abductors Sheriff Fitzgerald would not confirm this report but said he understood a payment had been made Notes from the kidnapers prior to the bankers release were reported to have made demands ranging from to 5100000 Luer dragged from his home last Monday night by two men and a woman was released about a mile from n roadhpuse early Sunday morning HARRISBURG July Miss Charlotte E Carr whose activi ties Dr A M Northiup blnmed for the termination of his services us secretnry of Inbor nnd Industry to day was mimed to succeed him Sho Is the second woman to join the cabinet of Gov Gilford Plnchot Mrs Alice 1 Llveright secretary of welfare is the other Dr Northrup In announcing his resignation blnmed Miss Carr for fo menting Industrial strikes In Penn sylvania and cited the marked in crease In Inbor troubles since her connection with the department A professional soclnl worker Miss Cnrr wns brought hero from New York at tho beginning of the Plnchot administration nnd wns made deputy secretary of the dupnrtmcnt De creased appropriations made to the department abolished the ofllce of deputy secretary inul Miss Canthun was given the title of chief of the bu reau of Inspection nnd wns retained nt the annual salary Tho sec retary post puys At the time he announced the ap pointment today the governor imulc public a lengthy statement lauding Miss Cnrrs abilities nnd also n tcle ram from Frances Perkins secrc ary of labor In the Roosevelt admlu stration congratulating him on his iclection Dr Northrup announced his reslg latlon last week making ILxeffective as of August 1 Governor Plnchot countered by stating the resignation vas requested expressed displeasure with Dr Northrups action In handing he announcement to newspapermen first and then terminated his services immediately Northrups charges against Miss Cnrr were branded by the governor as too silly for words GENERALLY FAIR WASHINGTON July UP The Program of higher wages uiul shorter working hours went into elfcct throughout the textile Industry today This major industry employing over 1000000 workers thus Inaug urated the administrations policy of having the larger related industries cooperate under a group code of fair practice The textile code was devised origi nally for the cotton goods Industry Hut In an executive order last InglU President Roosevelt put the other textile rayon silk mid cotton the same agreement for a 40hour week and minimum of per week In the south and In the north Mr Roosevelt and administrators of tho recovery act now arc working on plans to bring Industry in general under broad provisions for paying higher wages and spreading employ ment Partlcuiir requirements of each Industry can be attended to Inter as their specific codes drawn Administrator Hugh S Johnson feels that as rapid progress as can be expected is being made by the various basic Industries He Is anxious however that something be done for the odlcu workers the store clerks and the salaried persons that will not feel the effects of the in dustrial workers fatter pay envelope Hu feels that some sort of a blanket codo covering all who work for a living whether It be In overalls or a white collar would help the general public keep pace with steadily ad vancing retail prices Johnson discussed the matter yes terday with Mr Ropcvclt cruised on Chesapeake Day on the yacht Sequoia It was scheduled for discussion also at todays meeting of the cabinet advisory board headed Reports Receipt of Con tract to Repair Two Big Freight Steamships Employes of the Sun Shipbuilding and Drydock Company had two rea sons for smiling today announcement that a One was the 10 per cent Continued on Last V Generally fair with little change in temperature Is the for Eantern Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware ami Maryland The highest temperature here yes terday was 81 degrees nt 5 p m and the lowest was 60 degrees at 830 a m The average of 74 degrees was two degrees below normal and four degrees below the average for last year The highest temperature ever recorded for July 1G wns 100 in 1887 and the lowest was 59 in 102G Sunrise today was at a m and sunset will be nt p m Eastern daylight saving time AIMEEFACEF DIVORCE SUIT David Ilutton Announces He Will File on Ground of Mental Cruelty In Press a statement to the United his son Herman told the Continued on Last 1 VIOLATES PA ROLE RETURNED TO JAIL Roger Rogerl who gained notoriety wo years ago when his place on Cedar Grove road Marple township wns raided by county detectives Is jack In the county prison Probation Officer Lewis Palmer tolil MacDade that complaints tma been received from Havcrfard township police that Roger was an noying n woman and the court ordered Rogerl imprisoned until a fuller Investigation is made Roger Is on parole having served about nine months of a term of one to three years to which he was sen tenced by Judge MacDude when con victed of selling liquor The mans wife and six children are believed to be in Toughkennnmon Chester county Increuse In pay became effective to day and the other was the news that the company had just received a con tract for work amounting to ap proximately The pay Increase was announced by John G Pew president of the com pany Conditions are Improving and things look better today than they have for several years said Mr Pew We expect more work for the com pany which will provide Increased employment In the near future The work restorer the majority of our yard employes who are pu an hourly wage basis to the wage scale of 1922 to December 31 1030 when the reduc tion took effect On the heels of this announcement came the wortl that the company had submitted tho low bid for reconditioning the lako type freight steamships Lake Ploria and Lake Fitch recently purchased by the Merchants ami Miners Trans portation Company from the Shipping Board The two vessels will be used In tha feeder service of the company between Florida and Georgia ports adopted to facilitate the movement of freight between the lines regular ports o cull imd minor ports The Merchants nnd Miners Com pany has two other vessels In tho service which have been operating for more than a year These were placed In the trade as a result of the in creased volume of traffic The Lake Florls and Lake Fitch have been docked at Newport News Va They were expected to clear that port today and will probably ar rive here late tomorrow or Wednes day morning An official of the local yard this morning stated that the work on the twt vessels will mean additional em ployment but that no new hands will be hired until all the former em ployes who are subject to call been given the preference AUTO OVERTURNS DRIVER UNINJURED four personsescaped injuries an automobile overturned on Wood land avenue near Baltimore pike Springfield lastnight when tins driver unfamiliar with the road lost control of the car The car was driven by August TWO DIVORCE SUITS ARE INSTITUTED Wertnqr of the 6500 block Dicks ave nue who was accompanied by his wife Nettle and their two children Warren and Karl According to Wcrtner the road was slippery from a recent rain and when he attempted to make a sharp turn while proceeding towards the Balti more pike the car overturned No onewas Injured and the car after being righted by several motorists was able to proceed under its own power HARRIMAN MISSED FROM NURSING HOME NEW YORK July Jos Jake the Barber Factor wealthy j eph W Harrlman Indicted banker stock promocer were being held for vanished again questioning today by Cicero police bent on suicide They are Martin OLcary and Carl Fontana both of whom have ap peared on public enemy lists The two men had been sought for a week CAFE OPENED IN CITY CENTER BLDG At 10 oclock a m today he left the Regents Nursing Home at 115 East Sixtyfirst street telling nurse he would be back In a few min utes Later it was found that he boarded a cab in front of the nursing home and ordered the driver to take him to Fort Lee ferry His action recalled testimony by Dr Smith Fly Jclliffc mental ex part that Harriman had frequently uitio niirrimiin naa ircnucnuv A modern cafe was opened this pokcn of n dCRirc to KO lo New Jcrl nrmnrr in tVin firtrl Continued on Last Page Sleuths Seek Recovery of Missing Church Bell Step Ocean Fllffht Upsets Lassie Oziti Two Slipper Mount Sister Clare Miss Universe Maliy Maria Ruth Lan dolt Barb Miss Ovcrbrook Dor othea Shonna Kelso Lady Oldhain Warble Jodie K Town Limit Royil Sport Birthday Gift What has become of the Arouse Princess church bell Queen Airoplain Slam Fidelns Thats what county detectives SEin by the boy turned out to be only Lima residents and many other anold radio loudspeaker the dctsc valley Thunder Raby sons would like to know The antique Uves exonerated the tenant but Masked Pnnce Terrain Ucncvo piece that adorned tho stcjple of the I a search for one WJ Andress Missionary Band of The World AH day they trailed the man from i Tabernacle at Lima strangely dlsj flace to place finally catching up Icnce War Fledge Landover Girl Weather clear track fast AT ARLINGTON PARK Hammel Busy Spain Money Getter Chirac Ashrn Klein Prince Dunroyml Kcaton Her Elegance Stepping High Our Sanday Market and 5 and 7 West Fifth street The proprietor of the establishment is David M Anderson who until Satur day night operated Daves Restaur ant opposite the building on Fifth street Modern appliances were In stalled in the roomy and attractive cafe and a wide variety of appetizing edibles Is offered to the patrons One of the features of the cafe is the great amount of daylight which floods the new quarters Patrons i 1 find an unusually cool restaurant j this sublevel area and It should a highly popular place The j and those occupying office appointments In the building and j i ths nearness of their offices to the appeared some time in the dark with him late in the afternoon and chief activities of the downtown area hours between sunset and sunrise last Wednesday night Dsspite the hawkshaw activities of the county detectives neither clue nor trace of the bell has been found The real trouble started when Os cy to get a gun wantcd to u It was assumed LOS ANGELES July Iron Man Ilutton Jr husband of the foursquare gospel evangelist AlmccSemple McPhcrson Ilutton today he would file suit for divorce on the grounds of mental cruelty The action was expected to be filed In the local Superior Court later Sri the day Contradictory plans and mcnlnk attitudes his wife has exhibited Irf cablegrams to Angelas Temple offi cials Hutton said had created a difficult situation for him I wonder If 1 married Just Aimcc or the whole temple mused the baritone Willcdo Andrews attorney for Mrs McPhcrsonHutton was quoted by the Examiner as saying he had con ferred with Vincent Riccnrdl a spe cialist in Mexican divorces but that their discussion was of a confidential and unprivileged nature Kulton revealed he had received a Divorce proceedings have been started at Media by Percy B Ilard castlc 37 of Glen Mills against Mrs Turl Kmma Racine Hardcnsllc 22 of 110 DcKalb street Bridgeport Pa to whom ho was married at Elkton Md Desertion In NoVember 1B2D Is charged by Hardcastle Mrs Helen Ruth Wunlock 2G of 811 Fern avenue Ycadon has started suit for divorce from Charles E Wen lock 32 of 5277 Fenway street Phila delphia on the grounds of cruelty and Indignities which she says ex isted during the past year The couple was married at Norristown on December 27 1D30 and separated on June 7 NAMED POSTMASTER FOR LANSDOWNE BISHOP CANNON PLEADS NOT GUILTY An appointment as Postmaster of Lnnsdownc has been received by Cornelius McCullough of 25 East Stewart avenue Lansdowne who hns been engaged in the heating and plumbing business of the suburb for 35 years Mr McCullough assumes the offlcs at once and succeeds John J Nichols who has been Postmaster for the last 12 years Mr Nichols retires on pen sion Mr Cullough has been an ac Ivc Democrat He was formerly president of the Lansdowne Fire ompany and head of the Lansdowne Business Mens Association Klroy himcif Local police Lima win L Foote pastor of the tabernacle set out on the trail When the bel i Justice operatives Immediately set out on Harrimans trail U S District At torney Medalle flashed word to the New Jersey authorities and men were hurried to the ferry landing on that side of the river In an effort to head off the banker First news of the vanishing the second since Harrlman was Indicted for misappropriating SI600000 of his banks funds camn to the authorities when Harrimans lawyers William J Donovan and fjzorzn S Leisure went to thn nursing Harriman 1 i t III 1KXU cl me gun to message rom hLs wife are you coming over or shall I return and Department of WASHINGTON July Arraigned on charges of violating the Federal Corrupt Practices Act Bishop James Cannon Jr of the Southern Methodist Church and his secretary MlKs Ada L Burroughs pleaded not Kuilty today In the District of Colum bia Supreme Court Each was released under bond Their trial was set for the next term of court opening in Oc tober The charges involve failure to report campaign receipts and dis bursements during the 1928 fight which Cannon led against the can didacy of former Governor Al Smith as Democratic Presidential standard bearer Swarthmorean Perfects SpeedBoat Invention Topics of T5 nies Little Gene the salesman went to Atlantic City yesterday and had a bouncing time that he will long re member He noted that the average bathing girl these days has a perfect back And we might add a perfect come back Having been assured that education pays the average college graduate Is now trying to find out where and when Several local plants have Increased the wage of their employes We hope this Is contagious and becomes an epidemic Though nobody was shot when Governor Murray called out the troops to delay the sale of beer in Okla homa It is reported that several were halfshot soon after the ban was lifted Flying through the air without the gcther supported only by the hydro aid of wings is now a possibility foil rib about four Inches in width and seven feet long and a smaller fin attached to the outboard motor Fat Stanley tells us that Musical Harry celebrated his name day Satur K name S car C Wilson owner of the bell in ssted that it be found and returned Bir Pnj Coates Peace to him as It had only been loaned Old to the placa of worship It was a 1 highly prized possession of his wifes Ed Lark St Xazairc Bill Dandy Play Ball Blameless Back Bull Bslle Weinel Jeff OXeil Weather clear track good pointedly questioned him as to the whereabouts of the bell Andress was immediately filled with righteous indignation at the Insinu ations as to his connection with the bells disappearance He told his In quisitors that he hadnt been playing cards at the church until late that HARVARD SCHOLARSHIP Elwood S Levy of Upper Darby was among scholarships 54 to student1 Harvard to receive University i OS DAMAGED OCCUPANTS UNHURT A taxicab was completely wrecked and an automobile badly damaged in a collision at the Intersection of Kcd ron avenue and Waverly terrace Fol Law School it was announced today from the offices of the Dean at greatgrandfather On complaint ofj nacie against cardplaying and danc Mr Wicn the county detectives j ing in the church building The mys called and the search started i tcry deepons every hour and the On the tip of a sisyear old boy county detectives trz balked Nobody that he had seen a bell in a garage apparently Is wisa and everybody at Pennsll road nd Baltimore pike from officials down Is asking the the four sleuths Harry Kagenkotler i same question What has become of Bert Reading Wilson and Rev Edl the Lima Church bell night as was alleged and that the Cambrdge Mass The scholarships theft was probably the outcome of a and fellowships total In money value complaint by the pastor of the tabcr1 The accident happened about 230 oclock when an automobile driven AS GAME POSTPONED Todays game between the Ath letics and Detroit In Philadelphia was called off this morning becausa of wet grounds The contest will hi through an invention of Dr Oscar G TletjRns of Swarthmore a grad uate of the University of Goettlngen Germany The Invention termed a hydrofoil Is a steel bellyband rigged beneath the hull of a speedboat When at anchor the new device is submerged but after the boat attains a certain lifts the boat and the craft skims over the surface of the water An outboard motorboat used at Essington to test the Invention at tained a speed of 24 miles an hour speed the hydrofoil as though on stilts UI lllllca lul 110 by Walter Morns oOO Broadway Cliftwice Its previous top speed The ton Heights collided with a taxicab trials bore out the fondast expecta bnng operated by D E PapprSotty of tlons of the Inventor and he expects Swarthmore Morris was driving j it to revolutionize motorboatlnc and on Kedron avenue and PapI yachting priotty cast on Waverly terracs when Paul Vaughan an assistant to Dr ITietjcns speeded the frail boat from the docks of the Philadelphia Yacht vehicles crashed together An amicable agreement reached between the two drivers as played as part of a double header i to the settlement for damages Wednesday I arrests were made No Club As the speed increased the hull could be seen lifting from the water Finally U left the water alto Thus freed from water resistance and friction which produces clouds of spray and slows up movement the outboard leaped over the water like a flying fish Dr TIetJcns who bears the scars of his duelling days at Goettingen was happy at the success of his In vention He has been perfecting It for months but only in secret Now that he has patented it he felt free to exhibit it publicly He sat down on the wharf and twirled a small finely made German camera with which he snapped pic tures from an accompanying motor Two Chicago gunmen killed a dentist yesterday Wonder if they said Just keep still it wont hurt and it will be over in a minute boat I acts call It a hydrofoil because it In water as an airfoil acts in air he said When a certain speed is reached the airfoil or wing edge lifts the plane off the ground into Continued on Face Caught with ten gallons of bad liquor in Upper Darby a bootlegger said his name was Good Good The Weather WASHINGTON July tonight and Tues day little change In temperature Western rennsylvariia Fair tonight and Tuesday little change in tem perature TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m 66 11 a m 7 a m 66 Noon 8 a m 70 1 p m 9 a m 70 2 p m 10 a m 70 71 73 73   

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