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Chester Times (Newspaper) - July 20, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE 10NT3S ENDING DECEMBER 31 1932 ttttt FINAL EDITION With Ail Latest and of the Day 57TH 17649 Dally Leased Wire Reports of United Press UP and International News Service INS CHESTER PA THURSDAY JULY 20 1933 TWENTY PAGES PRICE TWO CENTS PLANS CODE FOR WAGE BOOSTS TO HIT PRICE RISE Recovery Chief Rushing to F D R Program of Labor Hours and Pay POST HEADING TO ALASKAMAKESUP LOST FLIGHT TIME Ro und world Aviator Leaves Siberia Next Set Stop Is Fairbanks Sees Threatened Increase to 100 in Cost of Some Workers Needs WASHINGTON July A threatened rise in prices in some cases as high as 100 per cent within the next 30 to 60 days was revealed by Hugh S Johnson national in dustrial recovery administrator to Dangerous 3000Mile Hop 30 Hours Ahead of Mark in N Y Friday KHABAROVSK Siberia July Post American around the world filer recovering all of the time lost in recent delays arrived here from Riikhlovo at 835 p in EDT Wednesday and took of at day At the same time he warned j 1058 p m for Fairbanks Alaska that this was his purpose in rushing to the President a blanket code of hours and wages which would build up the purchasing power to meet this rise One of his principal concerns In this threatened rise he said is the un organized white collar man and it is with him in mind that he is striv ing to work out in the blanket code some provision to insure that this forgotten man will not be swamped in the anticipated runaway prices In the face of this threat Johnson warned again that any unjustified price hoisting will be drastically met If the prices occur on products brought under a code the code will be withdrawn and the responsible groups subjected to the full force of the law for unfair price fixing Organized working groups are com ing under protection of the code every day It is the white collar worker unorganized and in most cases with out representation who needs help in Johnsons opinion as much as any other group There is where a large degree of the unemployment is found he has learned He declined to say what limitations the code will impose He did say that he was striving to find a set of provisos which will aid the great un organized mass of workers in the white collar class If I wait for them to organize he said Ill be here ten years from now Somebody must get something done for them I can not say what SCENE OF KIDNAP ATTEMPT AND SHOOTING the American continent Halting only for fuel and to have the Winnie Mae overhauled the American Iron Man took off on the 3000 mile hop to Fairbanks by far the most dangerous of all he has made to date 30 hours 16 minutes ahead of the record he and Harold Gatty made two years record he hopes to better alone by arriving at Floyd Bennett Airport New York before 501 p m EDT Sunday Post made the MO miles from Rukh lovo to Khabarovsk in 4 hours 10 minutes Posts plane and its motor were in splendid condition when1 he started from this town in extreme eastern Siberia for a flight over the foggy Okhotsk Sea across the Kamchatka Peninsula and over the BeringSea into the fair interior of Alaska north of Mt McKinley It was this stretch that brought disaster to James Mattern who pre ceded Post and after a forced landing oil Anadyr Bay was lost to the world for days Post apparently had no doubt but that he would succeed UPPER DARBY REALTY OPERA TOR SHOT DO WN BY FOILED KIDNAPERS GEN BALBO MEETS ROOSEVELT AT LUNCHEONJTODAY Chief of Italys Air Ar mada Flics From New York After Reception With Senior Officers He Makes Trip in U S Navy and Army Planes Balbo Passes Over Chester He left Irkutsk at midnight Tuesj Above is Hie sample house on Amlover road near Havcrforc avenue and day after being held on the City Line Lower Mcrinn township in which two men tried to kidnap Frank ground 15 hours and 25 minutes by bad weather He was but 3 hours 24 minutes ahead of the PostGatty record then He landed at Rukhlovo next after tying so low that trectops scratched the fuselage of his plane at 732 a j A iHcClatchy Upper Uarby real estate man late yesterday afternoon and sliot him when he resisted Below on the left LsMcClalchys car in which lie drove the men o the house believing they were prospective buyers On the right is John II McClatchy wealthy real estate man brother of Frank believed to have been the original target of the woulilbc kidnapers code of working hours will do it That is one of the tilings we are I trying to work out now WASHINGTON July right 1933 by the United national recovery administration plan for a voluntary and blanket agree ment of employers to raise wages and shorten working hours is aimed particularly at increasing the pur m Wednesday The next word of him was when he arrived here He was 6 haurs D minutes ahead the record hs Copy made with Gatty when he landed Continued on Page Eighteen BIG SNAKE FOUND IN EDDYSTONE YARD Continued on Page Eighteen i SPRINGHAVEN TO HONOR WILL GUNN INNOCENT PLEA IS SUBMITTED jMan ServingTime for Par ticipation in Slaying Be fore Pardon Board A king snake which is thought to have escaped from a carnival in Eddystone was found in the yard of Mrs Anna Embon Thirteenth and Saville avenue Eddystone The snake which had a head about two and a half inches wide black skin body with silver skin underneath was 5 feet 11 inches long and about four to five inches around According to the description of the finding of the snake Mrs Cadman who lives with Mrs Embon was cleaning the weeds from the garden when she heard a hiss and looking around saw the snake with big black eyes and tongue out ready to spring A friend talking to Mrs Cadman killed it with a spade A hole in the ground by the side of the house about 4 or 5 inches round was thought to be its nest It will be kept in close surveyance Friends being told of the size of the snake could not believe it But it soon proven when it was taken to a second floor window and hung from there Many passing motorists stopped to view H A borough policeman took it to the school where it will probably be put on exhibition One of Delaware countys two golf champions will be feted on Saturday night when members of the Spring haven Club Wallingford will give a testimonial dinner in honor of Will Gunn Jr a member of the club who recently won the Pennsylvania Ama teur championship Gunns victory last week over the best in the state brought prestige to the Springhaven Club and placed the local golfer in the championship class with Denny Shute Llanerch pro who annexed the British open crown two weeks ago Gunn is only 22 years old and has been playing for the Springhaven Club for four yeais He is a native of Atlanta Ga and a protege of Bobby Jones In caining the state title at Mer ion Gunn defeated Harold Cross in the final round He also led tha qual ifiers in the Philadelphia districc for he U S open re cently large turnout of members of the club and friends nre expected at the dinnerdance which will start at 8 oclock The house committee of the club is in charge of the affair McVICKAR GIVEN HOME LOAN POST POSTAL EMPLOYE FACING CHARGES Alleged to Have Taken Money From Letters Said to Have Confessed Five nrmy und navy planrs ben ring General 13albo and his senior ofllcers from New York to Washington passed over Chester at 1015 oclock The planes fol lowed a route which took lliein over the northern pnrt of the city almost overhead of the tracks of the Baltimore nnd Ohio Railroad Thousands of residents had u good view of the big ships us thoy droned their way south nt im alti tude of 2000 feet Frank McClatchy Manager for Brother Gives Battle to Two Men Who Lured Him to House in Montgomery Planned Attempt to Abduct Wealthy Head of Company Federal Authorities Aid Police in Efforts to Apprehend Has Fight ing Chance to Recover From Bullet Wound in Employes Aid in Estab lishing Identity of Gunmen Frank A McCiatchy wellknown Upper Darby veal estate man who was shot and seriously wounded late yes terday afternoon he resisted the efforts of two well dressed men to kidnap him was in a critical condition early this afternoon McClatchy was lured to a sample house on Andover road near City Line and Havcrford avenue by the men on the pretext they wanted to buy a house When they told him lie was being kidnaped he resisted and one of the men fired a bullet into McClatchys chest He Is now In the Miserlcordla Hos pital Philadelphia The bullet WASHINGTON July Halo Uulbo commander of the Ital ian ivlr navy arrived here at 1025 n m today to receivea nations homage for his brilliant flight conveying the good will of the Italian government and people lo America The five transport planes which accompanied the navy plnnc from New York nil settled on the field within four minutes lifter arrival of As the plane TENNESSEE IN VOTEONREPEAL Third Southern State and to Ballot Still Hope Drys thc leader uiu uixiru the front of Ihc reviewing stand u f on salute of ID guns was fired I Balbo alighting from the amphibi Ian ut 1029 u m was greeted by MEMPHIS Tenn July voted today on repeal of the lath Amendment the third Southern and the 19th State to bal wetdry question Compe observers bcllcvcrt the evidence would wet vjuservcrs found every Declaring he is innocent and wns maltreated and forced into signing a confession James Dillon one of thc gang whichmurdered a Prinios gaso line service station proprietor two years ago made application to tha State Board of Pardons for a parole yesterday Dillon a Philadelphia is serving from 7 lo Q ycars for his part in tha murder The leader of the gang Wil liam H De Grasse of Eightyfourth street and Eastwick avenue was electrocuted and two other members of the gang received from 10 to 20 years each in the Eastern Peniten tiary Dillons case was argued before the Board by Hev B C Farley of Phila delphia said to be connected with the psnitentiary Dillon Farley said underwent a strenuous ordeal while awaiting trial and changed his pica to guilty at ths end of thc presenta tion of the case upon his attorneys advice He N Y STOCK DEALS REACH HIGH FIGURE READING Pa July H Mays of Weisier Park near Reading State Director of the Federal Home Loan Corporation has recommended three appointments to the Federal Board Albert M McVickar of Norwood Delaware county was named as State Office Manager and Hugh Quinn of Philadelphia was NEW YORK July sactions on thc New York Stock Exj praUeTof the change from January 1 to noon today j which includes Lehigh Bucks Mont 425 510239 shares or more gomery Delaware Chester and Phila than the total shares traded in the dclphlacounties William E Trout entire year KILLED IN YORK CRASH said that Dillon aware that a crime was to be com mitted and had drixen the other three men to the service station under the belief that they were seeking employ ment Dillon and a second man waited outside the station in an auto mobile while De Grasse and Whitey Ferguson went in and held up the proprietor When the latter resisted both bandits fired killing him Dillons application was strenuously opposed by Assistant District Attor ney Guy G deFuria who assisted District Attorney William J Mac Carter Jr in the trial of the case before Judge W Roger Froncficld Walking into a trap that was laid for him by postal inspectors Edward Riddle 25 of Brookhaycn a messen ger at thc local postoffice was ar rested yesterday charged with steal ing from the U S mails Riddle was taken into custody by Inspector Torrens following com plaints that money was being taken from letters passing through thn Chester office The youth Is said to have confessed to several thefts but the exact amount stolen by him can not be determined Postoffice officials say the confessed thief opened letters he thought would contain money and in tht event he found none he would again seal thc missives and return them to the desk from where he took them Riddle was locked up in the local polica station and has been held incommunicado He will be removed to Philadelphia tociay by Secret Service agents and given a prcllm j inary hearing before a United States i Commissioner The suspect has been at thc local postoffice for eight years SAYS CHILDREN LIVEIPfHENNERY Wife of Broomall Man Complains to Court Lat ter Makes Ruling Lieutenant Colonel B K Yount com manding ofliccr of Boiling Field Several other officers of the Ital ian armiida emerged from the planes which brought the general As the Italian commander stepped foot on the field distant guns boomed the official salute The crowd gathered tit Boiling GENERALLY FAIR WEATHER PROMISED Generally fair weather is predicted in Eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland except for possible local showers near here Oc casional showers arc expected to morrow with little change in tem i man Reading was named j praiser for Berks county Ap Attornely deFuria contended that Dillon had parked his car in a dark grcss and could have fled had he so The perature The highest temperature here yes desircd f The Board held its decision in abey ance until a copy of the testimony of average of 80 was three de Charges that her three young chil dren were being kept in a chicken coop by her husband were made be fore Judge John M Broomall at Me dia today by Mrs Mary B G Robin son 32 of Chestnut Hill when she complained to the court that her husband Wirt R Robinson of Sproul road Broomall was not complying with an order of the court Following habeas corpus procced Fleld an hour in advance of BfUbos arrival and long lines of automobiles rimmed two sides of the field Secre taries Roper and Swanson were among Ihc earliest of the official wel coming party Meanwhile the cameramen were recording the reception accorded the Italians at the field and the guns fired the customary 19 gun salute Among those in the crowd of spec tators were Harold Gatty who made the round the world flight with Wiley Post He greeted the General and knew some of his flight per sonally Also among the dignitaries who greeted the filers were General that this once staunchly dry state would complete this weeks rebellion against dry rule hi the socalled solidly dry South by joining Ala bama and Arkansas In repudiating national prohibition Alabama and Arkansas voted for repeal Tuesday Thewet majority was predicted as high as 50000 A heavy vote per haps 250000 was anticipated Both sides Issued victory statements ringing with confidence Unlike Arkansas and Alabama Tennessee already hits shown wet tendencies Its legislature legalized snlo of 32 per cent beer hnd pro vided for election of delegates at large Lo the State Ratification Con vention ns proposed by the repcallsts Instead of the county unit plan urged by drys Wets expected to receive the heav iest majorities In West Tennessee which Includes Memphis The dry vote was likely to be greatest In mountainous Eastern Tennessee The campaign wns long and bitter Continued nn 1age Eighteen ings two months ngo Judge Broomnll FMH PI AY Rnllincnil I Hr rltolrrlir ll Jl D A I 1 I c OM i awarded Robinson the custody of the j four children Mury 11 Alice 10 Elizabeth 0 and Rose 4 He directed that the mother was to see the chil dren every Saturday for six hours Mrs Robinson through her attor ney William Taylor complained yes terday that she has not seen the children for three weeks and said the three youngest girls make their home in a large chicken house in the rear of her husbands home Here she said they stay with a nurse Mrs Nouvous Carver Robinson admitted they stayed there and said the place was equipped with electric light and had been en tirely remodeled The children he said were suffering from a contagious disease and il was necessary to iso late them from the oldest girl Continued on 1ajjc Eighteen jDril ETAI LS CENTER IS POPULAR FOR ROAD OPENING What is believed by many residents of the West End to be the most pop ular place between Chester creek and the western boundary line of the city is the bnsebatl field at Sixth nnd Jeff rey streets which was put In first class condition at the beginning of the playing season by members of the Active Association of the Felton Fife Company No 3 The grounds arc not only used for twilight baseball games played every night and weekend games on Sat urday afternoons before crowds some times numbering 3000 persons but are used as a playground during the afternoons by children of the locality He admitted the children lmt not Speaking of what the firemen have grecs above normal for the date butlsccn their mother for three weeks i done by establishing the field In the onn degree below the average July said they were so ill that they i neighborhood Magistrate M P Kl last year Maximum temperature colllc Ilot nB from the place f Holt of the Ninth ward who has al YORK Pa July man Boyer 47 father of eight chil dren met instant death today when his motorcycle collided with a large truck near York New Salem Boyer was enroute to work when the crash occurred Robert Jacoby York the truck driver said the motorcycle struck the rear of his vehicle HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY Bt United Press GLEN RIDDLE MAN SEEKING PARO6E An appeal for parole for John Fan ning of Glen Riddle was made yes terday before Judge Albert Dutton MacDade at Media j iuv Ill L IJ 11II iJ 1 JJLIllUIU t i utii JL w 11111114 J ILf II tlJ III1 the trial is transcribed This will fOr nlc date is 100 established In jHicy were under the care of a physl ways taken an active Interest In clean t fi f t f j take considerable time it was said UP LAND PUPILS HAVE CHOICE OF 2 SCHOOLS 1930 and minimum 60 in 1924 Sunrise today was at a m and sunset will I Eastern be at lime p clan he added j No physician 1 can Interfere with Announcement has been made by thc School Board of Upland borough that scholars who graduated from AMERICANS TAKE I j order of this Court Judge Broomall declared This order must be observed nnd If thn children are 111 the doctor must produce a certifi sports said The field furnishes an ideal place for people In this section who nre unemployed and of which there arc many with n place whore they can go in the evenings and watch The newly paved section of Concord road between Eleventh street and Central avenue will be opened to morrovafternoon following an of llcial inspection which will be cli maxed by appropriate ceremonies Mayor William Ward Jr who will officiate ILS chairman at thc cere monies has issued a blanket Invita tion for the general public to par ticipate Officials and others will assemble on Central avenue as the parade starts from Central avenue and Concord road at 2 p m The motorcade will Ktreot where a erected Grovcr C Talbot speaker of the Hotise nt Harrisburg Edward Noth naglc local representative George J Hunter head of thc city street department Chester Baker local historian and others will make brlel addresses It is understood that the Keystone Automobile Club plans to erect a warning light at either end of the tottering bridge that spans the Penn into his chest ripped through a lung ami the liver and lodged In the spine Members of his family aro standing by ready to give blood transfusions Lieutenant Clarence Duke of Lower Merlon police said today that a good description of the men was obtained from the clerks In thc real estate ofllccs who observed them as Lhey remained around for almost an liour Im convinced the men were a pair of desperate amateur kidnapers be cause of the methods used Duks said It was also revealed that two whita cotton handkerchiefs were found In the car It Is believed that the men Intended to use them as gags Philadelphia Montgomery and Del aware county detectives working on the case believe that thc men Ins tended to kidnap John H McClatchy millionaire Upper Darby realtor but were frustrated when John was too busy to accompany them to the house John A McClatchy today said that ic was convinced the nien intended o take him but decided on his nothcr Frank ns second choice Although they were very Insistent n seeing me I did not think any hing of It at thc time Mr Mc latchy said I am at a loss to un derstand why any kidnaping at cmpt should be made on either Frank myself I have not received any hreatenlng letters The men described as being about 5 years old and attired in sport lothes went to the offices of John H IcClatchy Sixtyninth and Market trccts yesterday afternoon and asked John Doyle 18 of 47 Copley a clerk if they could see the lead of the firm John Thc men said they were from New York and wanted to buy a large nodcrn home Miss Anna Haran 2156 North Twentyeighth street Philadelphia elephone operator in the office called move to Eleventh platform has been Fanning pleaded guilty on June 14 the public school thir year and also i to driving a car while under the inthose eligible to in the ninth fluence of liquor and was sentenced to grade at Chester High school may i serve from three months to three either select the Chester or Smcdley i years in the county prison plus a Junior High schools to finish their j TXT 11 icalc onch weck mother should i UN nlvilHih be notified and if possible be allowed troubles I to visit thc children ll was revealed that thc children PASSPORT GRANTED swept y Robinsons TQ R WHITE fine of S100 He was arrested by the State Highway Patrol public school education Thc announcement is made It was AT ARUXGTOV PARK Judge MacDnde told Attorney Bruce explained because a great many of i Long representing Fanning that the the scholars from the Upland school the lead for thc first time in this sisterinlaw Mrs Marjorle Hcnder s session of the Anglo Wayne as Robinson Is unenii match for the Charles M j Schwab trophy At Ihc teatime recess thc total score of good games of baseball and at thc j sylvanfa Railroad tracks This bridge time take their minds ofl their not In Hne with thc new road am it Is hoped that It will be replaccc In the near future by a modern spai j In keeping with the improved hlgh I way Y W C A mnTDING BRING IMPROVED attempt of Myron M Caffey question of parole would be taken up tomorrow 1Dogmata Her Hero Kissie Play1 NEW RULE IN FORCE flooky Boy Bunting Lamporte Hip Transcali Little Patriot Tascha Drolc Polly Fire Star Canter On Weather clear track fast AT LATONIA Along Play Shoot Hick ery Lad Echo Why Not Whare Thunder Baby Visigoth Elcanora M Tommy Smear Gracious Gift Captain T Busy Vcn Birthday Gift Irene Sunshine Boy Slouch 3t Tcrriin RCRO Sabre slash In formal Busy Jay Roy Crcsta Run Murphy Ojibvray Weather clear track fast AT POLICE have been contemplating enrolling for the industrial course at the Chester High School It has been explained that a class i mrrkXT 1in mamjrl1 training is taught at the A LlUfS Smcdley Junior High school and in order that those thc Uni Ely Culberton was 49500 to order of the Court and the British At the be children to their mother each ginning of play today the led by 320 points The match is half over Beginning today the city jail will contemplating at tending the schools in this city and jai by the j before the class is P J A committing magistrate and are filled the announcement is made awaiting removal to the county jail j Q Heretofore it has been thc custom of constables deputy sheriffs and even railroad detectives to arrest persons and after a hearing before some alderman other than the one who disposes of police court cases to take them to police station for detention pending removal to either Media jail or Broadmeadows Farm Police Given Strict Orders on Beer Enforcement i European was sidetracked 1 yesterday In Philadelphia when i Federal Judge William H Kirkpatrick I arrangements should be made to wrolc a lf thc sulc Dnpflrt i Vilfi utrit nu 1 ment approving the passport White was on the Its of the 9fi indicted by thc U S Gnmd Jury In Philadelphia Severn I weeks day If they are ill the Court s able Mrs Robinson to visit them Continued on Page Eighteen U S TREASURY BALANCE WASHINGTON July The treasury net balance for July 18 was Miscellaneous Internal revenue receipts that day were Customs receipts for the month through July 18 wera Topics of Tames A county correspondent says tha state agents arc still busy fighting garden pests Hope they include tha gink who borrows the lawnmower and spade and forgets to return them Visitors to certain watering places In Delaware say that ashing wouldnt be so bad if the fish would only bite half as good as the mosquitoes Considering the weather the past few days what P T Barnum really Intended to say was The American public likes to be cooled A program of general renovation of thc Interior of thc Young Womens Christian Association building Sev enth and Sproul streets has been started In order to have the build ing in readiness for the formal open ing or the fall activities season After the vote in Alabama and Arkansas dry leaders say there is still hope This is what one might term as dry humor Dixie Dryden asks war veterans to turn out at the dedication of that newly paved section of Concord road Probably he has in mind some honor should be paid that old veteran bridga over the railroad tracks Liquor seized In a county roadhouse was only found to contain 4 per cent ON RUSTY NAILS Beer gardens thc owners of which that all such places cease loud amuse lne Much of the Interior woodwork Is D A to nrosccute but ono for being rcfinlshed thc pnintcd walls i Mr White with tvvn other members j brightened and wall paper replaced of hs family will join the pilgrimage In some of the rooms of both the Alabama voted for Underwood f4f clcrKy rom maln the cafeteria and thcseveral ycars ago but now it wants New York Saturday morning and re residence section Several of thc Ovcrholt turning August 24 Bishop Gerald i girls clubs which have quarters In P OHara and Monslgnor Hugh L Lamb chancellor of thc dloccsc will Helen Dunn 2 years old of Third ilhL5 9itv furnish music and cabaret enterj ment after 1 a m and that they tainment until daybreak to attract remain closed from Saturday mid night until 6 a m thc following customers are going to be taboo in This order was given to the police forbids turnkrvs i Jurc thf foot sus oroners and taincd when she stepped on a they will be held striciy accountI nail ln lhe hack ard of ncr able if ons is incarcerated and Forrest avenues Milmont was j admitted to the Taylor Hospital yesj jr who has received several com terday suffering from a serious puncj plaints about certain places in this city fully The Citys determined chief executive is Monday A city official discussing the situa tion today declared Section 23 License Law of The makes it Beverage unlawful among other things for any licensee that the practice i or his or Its servants agents or cm TRUSTEES TAKE ACTION Destruction of property and the Roxie i theft of appliances from thj mens lavatories in the Dsshong Memorial Park has led the trustees of the park to close the building Tetanus was administered by the hospital physician must stop and has so instructed police ployes to sell trade or barter officials i In beverages between thc hours of BOND ISSUE LOSES AT EDDYSTONE thc building have been devoting their j spare hours of the summer in ar ranging theirmeeting places to moke them more attractive and comfort able The Weather Residents of Eddystone at a special election held yesierday handed de feat to those advocating a bond Issue for school improvements the measure losing by sixtyfive votes The vote was a light one It seems to be common knowledge j 12 oclock midnight of any Saturday there bcinR only 379 ballots cast dur RHa Carmicka 8 of Belmont and that certain licensed places have been i and G oclcck inthe forenoon of the Jackson avenues Woodlyn met with a similar accident receiving a punc ture wound In the left foot when she stepped on a nail After being treated on Sundays which is in direct violation of the law but hence forth police will keep a strict watch on such places and arrest the pro at the hospital the girl was dls1 prictors and bartenders following Monday You will observe this act forbids the trads sale or barter In the bev erages with which the Act Is con charged I The mayors edict also commands Continued on Seven ing thc time thc polls were In opera tion Two hundred and twentytwo voters announced themselves as riot favoring thc bond while 157 voted for It The precinct returns were as follows Northern no 109 yes 73 southern no 113 yes 84 GIRL TAKES POISON FOLLOWING QUARREL Under a high nervous tension re sulting from a quarrel Gertrude Thomas 17 of Boothwyn road and Clements avenue Boothwyn drank a quantity of poison last evening in the home of her parents Mr and Mrs George Thomas Thc girl was rushed to the Ches ter Hospital nd after receiving treatment was admitted to that in stitution She Is one of a family of 12 children WASHINGTON July UP The weather forecast Eastern Pennsylvania Xcw Jcrscyi Mostly cloudy probably local show ers tonight and Friday little change in temperature Western Pennsylvania Generally fair tonight followed by showers and thunderstorms Friday cooler Friday night and near the lakes in after noon TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 m70 ll a in78 7 a m 72 Noon 78 8 R m73 1 p ni80 9 a m74 2 p in82 10 m 7i
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