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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - July 22, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOK TWELVE 10NTHS ENDING DECEMBER 31 1932 FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best of the Day 57TH 17651 Dsltv Leased Wire Reports of United Press UP and International News Service INS CHESTER PA SATURDAY JULY 22 1033 PRICE TWO CENTS MOLLISONS TAKE OFF FROM WALES ON FLIGHT TO U S James and Amy British Aviators Hope to Make N Y in 34 Hours POST IS READY TO HOP ON LAST LAP OF WORLD FLIGHT Reaches Edmonton Can From Fairbanks Alaska Mark Looms Waiting Eight Weeks for Propitious Start Going to Baghdad Too CORK Irish Free State July JJames A Mollisotv and his wife attempting a nonstop trans atlantic flight from Wales to New York City were sighted over Fast net Rock Ireland at 220 p in 920 a m EDT flying at a low altitude The plane cruising at about 100 miles per hour disappeared over the Atlantic PENDINE SANDS James and Amy Mollison the flying sweethearts took off at 1159 a m today 659 a m EDT in their air plane Seafarer for New York The Mollisons Britains leading aviators each with a glamorous flighl record took ofl from Stafl Lane Air drome London at 745 a m 245 a m EDT for this famous stretch of sand which is an ideal runway when they were advised after weeks of waiting that weather conditions over the Atlantic were favorable They said they hoped to reach New York in about 34 hours after resting and overhauling their plane they planned to take ofl for Baghdad Mesopotamia trying for the long dis tance nonstop record They said they hoped to be back in England within from seven to ten Must Cover 2200 Miles Be fore Reaching N Y Ex pected Late Tonight EDMONTON Alta July Post shot his monoplane Winnie May eastward from Edmon ton today on one long and final flight for New a new record in his sizzling journey around the world Leaving Edmonton at 1041 a m EDT Post started the 2200 miles flight to his final goal 20 hours and 12 minutes ahead of the PostCatty record Posts plane was fueled with 438 gallons of gasoline and the sturdy roundtheworld flier started the dash to New York confident of achieving the first flight alonearound the globe as well as breaking the record of eight days 15 hours and 51 minutes which he and Harold Gatty now hold With luck Post hoped to make the flight to Floyd Bennett Field in New York in about 15 hours arriving earlj Sunday morning He has until p m Sunday to complete the trip and still break the record Post flew over the center of the city at 700 feet altitude speeding days For eight weeks we have been waiting said Mrs Mollison It has been a terrible strain Getting away is heaven to me We will take turns piloting the plane I will do most of the flying in the daytime and Jim will take control at night I have every confidence in Jim and I am sure we shall do it The Mollisons expected a head wind over most of the Atlantic but a more moderate one than had obtained for the last few weeks Weather conditions never ideal for a westward flight because of prevail ing westerly winds seemed fairly eastward His plane peared to the east slowly disap POST GLORY FR MAY INFLATE CURRENCY TO HALT GRAINS DIP Believed One in Number of Remedial Measures Against Speculation Parley of Grain Leaders Set for Monday to Dis cuss Wheat Price Post said he was feeling fine when wilcy Vosi roundthcworld flier is streaking toward New York on his last he climbed in his plane and that he Ile lcft Edmonton this morninf wcii ahead of the record he set with wnnln TIV nv nmr would fly by the most direct route I to New York probably north of Winnipeg thence via Port Arthur j Ont Northern Lake Superior Ste St Marie Lake Huron Toronto Lake Ontario thence to Buflalo N Y or Rochester and then to Elmira N Y His flight from Fairbanks Alaska where he took off at p in last night Fairbanks time p m GilUy two years Ago Continued on Last Page STOCKS NERVOUS IN OPENING MARKET EDT was made in fast time He was almost 10 hours ahead of the world flight record he established with Harold Gatty two years ago when he took oft there and approx imately 10 hours and 30 minutes when he was sighted here Post was flying at 3000 feet head ing east of the airport He turned for a landing and came down to 200 feet field was THUGS VICTIM IS NEAR DEATH Condition of Frank Mc Clatchy U Darby Real tor Considered Grave It was raining and heavy Post circled the the NEW YORK July Nervous jumps in prices on the stock exchange at the opening today in volved gains of more than 3 points and losses of a point or more Trading began slowly as specialists were overwhelmed with vast amounts of orders which they bunched into giant blocks In yesterdays hectic session many issues had been carried down on sheer inertia bids lacking in many issues These issuesmet heavy buying de mand at the opening today The first sale of General Motors which lost more than 4 points yes terday was a block of 10000 shares at up Commercial solvents opened 4000 shares at up 3A The issue lost points net and sold off nearly 5 points from its high Western Union jumped points to 58i while gains of 1 to 2 points were notedin American Comercial Alcohol Wcst inghousc Electric Southern Pacific Union Carbide National Steel St Paul Preferred U S Industrial Alj cohol and Atchison Aviation Corporation opened 10000 field once then circled again and cut his motor off He came down in the heavy rain at a m EDT 10 hours 13 min utes ahead of the record he made two years ago with Harold Gatty The 1000 persons at Blatchford field were still cheering when me chanics ran out and1 started to refuel the Winnie Mae for the final 2200 mile dash to New York The watch had been an anxious one The Oklahoma flyer had been I reported only three times on the 1450 mile stage from Fairbanks and In was not sighted in this area until he was 100 miles northwest of the city Once here everything moved with the precision of machinery Post tired stayed in his plane for several minutes after he pulled up to the apron Capt James Bell airport manager climbed up to the cockpit and gave Continued on Last Page The condition of Frank A Mc Clatchy Upper Darby realtor who was shot Wednesday while resisting two kidnapers grew worse late yester day and this morning was described by surgeons in the Misericordia Hos pital Philadelphia as very grave An operation to check the spread of peritonitis was considered by physi cians today in their attempt to save his life Physicians also contemplated a second blood transfusion The first brought a slight rally and the pa tient held his own during the night His condition has become so critical that members of his family main tain a constant vigil at hi bedside The bullet fired by one of two men who attempted to abduct the rea man as he showed them n house on Andover road near Havcrford road Lower Morion town ship entered Mr McClatchys ches and pierced a lung and the liver in its downward course The following bulletin was Issued by surgeons one after the blood transfusion He is weaker now than he was this morning By the end o the 72hour period from the time o the shooting on Wednesday we wil probably know more definitely abou KLINE EXMAYOR PITTSBURGH DIES Was Convicted on Misde meanor Charge Expires of Stroke in Hospital PITTSBURGH July former Mayor Charles H Kline of Pittsburgh who resigned under fire ollowing his conviction on a mis demeanor count In connection with lie purchase of city supplies died in St Francis Hospital here today Death was attributed to a para lytic stroke Death came four months after Kline stepped downfrom the Mayor AUTOS COLLIDE VETERAN INJURED John E Collins 612 Swarthmore a wounded World War veteran sustained lacerations of the shares at Bi ofT I Blocks of I 4000 to 5000 shares came out in t lP and Bruises when an automobile his chances for recovery Air we cai say now is that he is putting up a good fight for his life Meanwhile the authorities of thre counties aided by fadcral investiga i tors are still unable to find any tnic Yale avenue Of the two welldressed men who at tempted to abduct McClatchy shot him Dozens of policemen combed WASHINGTON July Wildly careening stock and commod ity markets striking at the adminis trations program for an orderly In crease in domestic price levels today brought dramatic developments which included a forthcoming address by President Roosevelt over a nation wide radio hookup Monday night Widespread public alarm nt the downward plunge of stocks and com modities was seen as a major reason for the Presidents sudden decision to talk with the American people Once when the public was nervous and fidgety during the bank holiday the President resorted with splendid re sults to this method of strengthen ing popular confidence In his efforts at industrial iccovcry In an action probably without pre cedent Secretary of Agriculture Wal lace hurriedly summoned leaders 01 the grain trade for a conference Mon day to discuss wheat prices He hopes to secure an agreement undci which violent price fluctuations wil be prevented Wallace invited officials of the grain exchange and spokesmen for grain futures operations to attend along with elevator men shippers and exporters millers and bakers The meeting will be held behind closed doors Although Mr Roosevelt sought to minimize the effects of the stock market crash on his manysided re covery program George N Peek farm act administrator declared that the simultaneous crash in grain prices admittedly has brought about a critical situation Administration leaders generally made no secret of their concern over the speculative mania which drove IN CRITICAL CONDITION Imnk A McClntchy real estate op erator who was shot and seriously wounded when he resisted an iittempi COOPERATION IS ASSURED BY HEADOFC OF C A R Granger Replies to Letter Relative to the National Recovery Act NEW ROADWAY IS MARRED BY ANTIQUATED SPAN Concord Road Section of Washington Boulevard Opened to Public Use Names the Local Commit tee to Aid in Speeding Return of Prosperity In compliance with a request from Hugh S Johnson administrator of the National Recovery Act Admini stration Albert R Granfier today In id plans to organize a committee to direct n campaign of education and organisation which is to be part of a national movement to speed the return of prosperity The request for the organization of such committee was received by tele gram yesterday nml immediately the president of the Delaware County Parade of Organizations Marks Dedication lowing Inspection Fol The read o kidnap him Is reported o be In a i Chamber of Commerce began form very xcrious condition In lie Sliserl conllu Hospital Philadelphia ROOSEVELT PLAN FOR EMPLOYMENT SURGES FORWARD Stream of Telegrams From Industry Chiefs Pledges Cooperation his plans Many representa tives of various groups will be asked to serve and it is hoped to conduct the Initial meeting next week telegram from Mr Johnson you take the Initiative im mediately In organizing a campaign committee iu your community to be composed of the mnyor the oflicinl heads of the Chamber of Commerce Clearing House Association Rotary Merchants Advertising Administrator Hopes Pro gram Will Put 0000000 Idle to Work Khvanls Lions Retail Federation of Labor Continued on Last PRIEST ASSIGNED TO NEW PARISH the Packard New York Central General Electric Standard Brands and sev eral other Commonwealth Southern was another with a block of 10000 shares opening at 3s oft Railroad issues featured the re covery side They rose 1 to more than 2 points on anticipation of a rise to a new 1933 high in car loadings for the week ended last Saturday to be reported later today r eC he was driving crashed into the rear of a car parked on Fourth street near Palmer street last night Col lins maintains that the car he struck was without parking lights He was later arrested and released in his own recognizance for a hearing in police court this morning No of ficers were present at the hearing and the case was postponed for a week Continued on Last Page DEPART FOK EUROPE Eugene F White of Third and Norris streets cleric of the House of Representatives and his daughter Mrs Mary Carr left this morning for New York City and will sail this afternoon on the S S Rex of the Italian Linefor Naples They will It was announced yesterday at the offices of Cardinal Dougherty that Rev Andrew J Fleming rector of the Church of St Canicus Mahonoy City Pa has been appointed rector of the Church of St Veronica Sixth and Tioga streets Philadelphia to succeed the late Ilev Francis P Ma glnn a former rector of the Immacu late Heart Church this city A native of Donaldson Pn Father Fleming studied for the priesthood at St Charles Borromco Seminary Ovcrbrook and was ordained by Archbishop Prendcrgnst November 16 1911 He hns been rector of St Canicus Church 11 years FORTUNE TELLER SOUGHT BY POLICE A woman fortune teller who stole from the home of a Mrs Single ton 2125 West Ninth street Is to day being sought by police The victim told detevtivcs that the woman came to her home and wanted to tell Mrs Singletons fortune She told the solicitor she had no money I to have her fortune told and then the EXMAYOR CHARLES KLINE alty chair in Pennsylvanias second largest metropolis on a plea of ill health to escape a sixmonths Jail sentence Physicians agreed he uStei ao Majewska The damaged car Is owned by Joseph make a six weeks tour of the contiLcould not have survived the prison AjTn ipivclm 7S07 WlnMi strnpf r Ninth street phone at 119 off 1 Phillips Petroleum While Mrs Harry McMullin of 11 off on 7000 shares Coca j Concord road Concordville was vis Cola 95 off and Columbia Gas j iting the office of a local attorney off Cerro de Pasco gained a yesterday afternoon her automobile nent during which they will visit Italy France and England During their stay in Rome they will have an audience with Pope Pius point to 26 but other coppers were off fractionally During the early trading some sell ing came into isolated issues and price movements were irregular Trading was active with tickers abbreviating quotations just as they did late yes terday and back in the crash of 1929 HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY United Press which she had street between parked on Eighth Welsh and Sproul streets was stolen She reported the theft of the vehicle to the police WILL ELECT OFFICERS A meeting of the recently organized j Master Barbers Association of this city will be held Monday evening in i Goodmans Hall Gil West Third street The meeting will be in charge of Michael De Cellio temporary pres ident Election of permanent cers will be conducted REPEAL VOTERS WIN IN OREGON i Figures Are Late Being Tabulated But 2 to 1 Victory Is Forecast AT LATOXIA Weaver Bird Genipa Beau Dis Regis Play Sweet Talk Booms Pal Morning Fair Ben Minturn H Tommy Basil Red Boot Caraj XT domns La RcoyuDelightful Esco rs Run Jump OfT Cherry Lass Sabrr Slash Leaflet Bunting I Star Bluffy Peggie Monlv M Billy Tones Neil Kurili man STOCK EXCHANGE CURTAILS HOURS Change Takes Monday Trading From o 3 Is PORTLAND Ore July ofH Repcalists maintained a consistent lead over prohibition early today as returns from yesterdays election of delegates to the State Convention that will consider ratification of the Twentyfirst Repeal AmendrrciM were slowly tabulated The United Press tabulation of 1105 precincts out of the states 1787 showed For repeal 64285 Against repeal 40934 term The end marked finis to a career both brilliant and sensational Kline a native of Indiana Pa had been an accomplished attorney and legis lator and a Republican political power Friends said his death was hastened by the abrupt termination of his public career in ignominy re woman asked that she bi jjivcn a WASHINGTON July President Roosevelts recmploymcnt drive surged forward today on a wave of enthusiastic support irom all purls of the country Telegrams streamed Into the oiflca of Recovery Administrator Hugh Johnson at the rate of six a minute ilcdging cooperation in the drive for universal voluntary agreement to spread employment and increase the wages of millions Elated by the Initial response John son hoped the program would put back to work 0000000 nf the men and women now Idle President Roosevelt also received n flood of communications and oilers of help Smiling and healthy appear ing after his recent Indisposition he was confident hismost daring move In the drive to butter times would meet fiuick success In Many cases employers pledged themselves to sign voluntary agree ments shortening working hours and fixing minimum wai being asked to make these commit ments in advance of August 1 but administration officials were gratified at evidences that employers over each other to be among the first In line The NRA while putting tho pres ent drive on a purely voluntary basis made It plain It intended to let noth ing stand In the way of fulfillment of the broad recovery plan It was learned that Johnson Is In sisting that his associates spread this message not In terms of threats but in plain statements that he Intends to administer the law with favor toward none find with iia funda mental restoration of mass purchasing the end Club Federation of Womens Clubs welfare societies ministerial associa tion real estate association and any other civic organization which in your judgment Is representative of an Important clement in the eco nomic life of your community The function of this committee is to direct a campaign of education and orgiuilKiilton which Is to be a part of a national movement to speed the leturn of prosperity through the ex pansions of consumer purchasing power in accordance with the prin ciples set forth In the National Re covery Act i will communicate with you covering the further steps in this campaign upon receipt of your reply It is an Inspiring thing to be a part of n great national movement to re store economic security to our people and I appeal to you to marshal all the forces of your community in one More than 2000 persons in automo biles and afoot yesterday afternoon participated In the official Inspection of Washington boulevard that section of Concord road between Central ave nue and West Eleventh street which was recently paved While this road fcs opened It is opened at the risk of the motorist declared Mayor William Ward Jr who was chairman ot the ceremonies We hud hoped to have an adequate bridge to be available to the traveling public but our dream was not realized and wnile we are here to celebrate the official inspection of the newly paved stretch I am sorry to state that we have only a promise of a modern bridge that will meet modern require ments Mayor Ward was emphatic in his address as were the other speakers concerning the need of a modern bridge The cavalcade that passed over the antiquated span applauded his remarks which were carried to the assemblage by an amplifying system at Eleventh street and Con cord avenue where city officials had had erected a modern stand Historical Talk The principal speaker Chester exercised good ably advised in Continued on Last Pace DA VIS CUP TEAM WINS DOUBLES AUTEUIL France July declared itself back Into the running for the Davln Cup afternoon by the brilliant play of Oeorge Lott and John Van Ryn who tciimed in the doubles to sweep through Prctl Perry and George Hughes England to a straight sot victory in the interrone finals Theyareriot Tne scores were 8fi 64 61 the j Americans thus overcoming in part the astounding disasters suffered by Ellsworth Vines and Wllmer Allison In the singles yesterday As a re sult of todays developments the contending teams await tomorrows Baker local civil engineer and widely known historian gave a brief history of the road In part he spoke as fol lows William Penn judgment or was laying out the early roads in the Province His mnjor arteries were mostly fixed of the width of sixty 60 feet his byroads two 2 perches or thirtythree 33 feet Sulscquent Grand Juries and Road Juries unfortunatqfy for us in most Instances reduced the width of tho major highways but of the byronds continued to adhere to the thirty three 33 foot width though some times using a thirty thirtyfive or forty 40 foot width in this part of our county Due to the in accessibility of some of the farm houses from the highways so laid out private roads came into vogue but these were either of one 1 perch 165 feet or of twentv 20 feet called cartways There Is little doubt that the urgs for economy thrust upon our fore fathers by the successive periods of Continued on Last Pajre GENERALLY FAIR WEATHER PREDICTED allimportant final day with the British lead by two victories to one SUSPECT HAS CRIMINAL RECORD Generally fair weather Is predicted today and tomorrow except for scat tered afternoon thunder showers in Eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland There will not be much change in temperature The highest temperature here yes terday was 89 degrees at 5 p m and the lowest was 74 at 130 a m The average of 82 was five degrees abovo normal for the date and three degrees break and enter Elmer Riddle home Negro was held in bail for drink of water She walked into the house and while Mrs Singleton was in the kitchen getting the water the stranger removed the cosh from a pocketbook which was in the dining room CHILD SERIOUSLY INJURED IN FALL considerations Housewives counted upon now just as much as In the days of war will mdclle was arrested late Thursday Continued on Last night in the vicinity of Seventh street and Morton avenue after sev eral resident of the locality had complained of the suspicious actions of the man who was prowling in the NEWSPAPER BOYS GOING TO CIRCUS Continued on Last Page Jean Wust two years old is in a critical condition In the TaylorHos pital suffering from a possible frac ture of the skull an injury she sustained when she fell from a scc ondstorv window of her home at j 3 Crozer avenue Folcroft J The child was in n bedroom with a member of the family and was j seated near a window In some manner she climbed onto the win dow sill and toppled out landing on the lawn below She was taken to the hospital by her father William Wust The Chester Times newspaper boys will be the guests of the Chester police and Bob Mortons Circus on Monday night The boys will meet at the circulation department of the Chester Times at 730 sharp and pro ceed to the circus grounds Jolson Trounces Winchell for Writing His Love Life D EDWIN IRVING WILL PROBATED Former Manufacturers Estate Valued at 000 and Up rear of homes Detectives Investigated Riddles past life and learned that he has served more than 20 years in peni tentiaries for robberies and other crimes STKAOHY RECOVERING Many friends have been calling at the Chester Hospital to visit their old 103 established in 1930 and minimum 54 In 1890 Sunrise today was at 550 a m and sunset will be at 824 p m Eastern Daylight Saving time OFFKKS MIS BLOOD Simon Doyle a popular member of the Good Will Fire Company No 2 has ofTcred his blood if needed to save the life of Mrs John Conahan of Sixteenth and Walnut streets who Is seriously 111 in the Pennsylvania Hospital Philadelphia The volun teer fireman who has been instru mental in saving life through offer Ing blood on a number of occasions answered a call from the hospital and has been ordered to stand ready to give his blood should it be needed friend Thomas News a popular memI within the iirxt fpw ber of the city police department ncxt Iev who has been a patient In the institu tion for some time In addition to those who have been visiting I Stanley Warwick 8 of 33 Rambler BOY BICYCLIST HURT D Edwin Irving former manu facturer of this city left an estate estimated in value exceeding In the petition filed probated at Media with his will the personal HOLLYWOOD July Jolson famous screen and stage star used his fists on Walter Winchell newspaper columnist because Win chell wrote Jolsons love studio This Jolson told the United Press today as the Hollywood xviscboys I thought the bit of impromtu pugilism I in the Hollywood Legion Stadium a scenario based on life and sold It to a googleeyed a moment then i property valuation is Hsted at nrokc i ancj the realty valuation into cheers A tiemendous ovation1 followed Jolson when he left the stadium before the fight card was him he has made a number of new friends among the patients and mem bers of the hospital staff Inquiries concerning his condition are being met with the assurance that Tom will have an early re covery A marked improvement In his condition is noted each day U S TREASURY BALANCE WASHINTON July treasury balance for July 20 was Miscellaneous Internal revenue receipts for the day were 37485103 Customs receipts for the month through July 20 were 79931 road Glenolden sustained contusions of the face left elbow and left leg last night when he fell off his bicycle in Glenolden The boy was taken to the Taylor Hospital by his mother Mrs Helen Warwick who Is con nected with the institution Topics of Ten have announced their candi dacy for sheriff Its a 10toI shot that they wont all be elected over Jolson told the United Press that Wlnchells scenario Through The Keyhole purports to describe his told to Century romance The story was Daryll Zanlcks Twentieth Pictures several days ayo It calls for gangster roles U III VI IV ULgl VJJ I KJ 1 UI i 1 r fcjf 4 J VI i became a territory in 1844 last night might have been a pub Winchel dented he purposely nvprxvholminolv tn rnrvnal 111 rf V I overwhelmingly to Enforcement Act the gag If it NEW YORK July The ReUirns showed some of the popu j New York Stock Exchange will curMous upstate counties voting dry ln It was a painful The comedians at and up A bequest of Is made to Mr Irvlngs secretary Edith H Shnna fclt The remainder ot the estate is left to members of his family Mrs Helen I Wilson a daughter of 400 South Fifteenth street Phila delphia is given onethird of the estate Another third Is given to Edward 13 Irving a son Mrs Wilson Is made executrix of the estate ic income of the remaining third romance blows were powerful and wel directed j It could fit another Broadway Winchell trying to storm the attack tail its trading sessionfrom five to i eluding Penton Linn and Yamhill was held back by spectators Lrv three hours daily beginning Monday Repealists were leading in eastern He had it coming to him JoLson MissBurke Nuckots Boy ill was announced today Oregon counties including Baker said wrathfully today Trotwood Axtcl Respond Thistle i Hours will be noon to 3 pm in Multnomah county in which Portj Wlnchells story was based on his Fyrn Agatha Sally Forth Lc j stead of 10 a m to 3 p m The ex land Is situated regarded as a seat Ministre Lourt Speaker Bi chloride Weather clear track fast AT ARLINGTON PARK change will remain open today and of wet sentiment was expected to decision on closing next Saturday will j give repeal a big lead be reserved until next week j Wet leaders predicted a twotoone The New York Curb Exchange took victory for repeal while prohibition the same action as the big board J forces said they looked for a close romance with Ruby Kecler actress and now Mrs Jolson Jolson said Jolson was seated with Ruby in the prizefight audience at the stadium Durga Fighting Bob In Par Sailing Patch Scths Ballot race Declared Weather cloudy track fast ordering opening at noon Monday i final result Wise Ways and until further notice or full ses slons j wets particularly the womans orI tone The Commodity Exchange Inc ganlzation for National Prohibit i merger of the rubber hide metal reform concentrated their drive and silk exchanges will open at the Portland when Winchell entered dian stopped him in The come romance I know of the columnist James Irving a deceased son They are David E Irving 2d and James Irving Jr When the grandsons GUARDSMEN OFF FOR MT GRETNA Two Companies at Full Strength for 15 Days Training Period A third wife who is reported miwine ls said to have vanished In a yellow dress Which made her hubby fecj blue Young national guardsmen will leave for camp today reads an item Probably means that Hank Gowdy is going with all these years told the United Press There is 1 reach the aae of 25 years they are nothing offensive about it All the r principals come out clean The unprogrammcd Incident was no laughing matter to Jolson When my wife read that Winchell had sold that story she couldnt sleep to receive their share of the prin cipal Mr Irving died on July 12 For a number of years he resided at Twentyfourth street and Providence avenue but in recent years had made r tovi IILCAU b JoLson said She became hysterical his home at the Wellington Apart I was so sore about it that when j ments In Philadelphia The dry campaign was There were words Nearby spectators In small cities The said they were spoken in an under the womans or1 tone So low they could not hear Exchange Inc ganlzation for National Prohibition j Without warning Jolson slammed j the aisle I saw him come down the aisle well j The I just smacked him down a couple ward of times I am sorry it had to happen there but Im not sorry I did it hourll wa decided ilammed j He spoke bitterly about the power the coli of Winchell Ink and said he would umnists neck A second blow caught protest to Wilt Hays motion picture In across his right It scraped Portland and Multnomah county i Winchell in the back of the ncclc The exchange the following f were apportioned a large bloc of the knocking him down notice Due to the sustained pressure un Continned or ast Page 116 delegates to the convention which With that the comedian returned will formally ratify or reject repeal to his seal and Winchell continued head today against permitting the film going into production If Hays refuses to Intervene Jolson said he would tnVe ccwrt action The delegates were apportioned ac1 to his Tne packed house sprinkled 1 Ill do everything possible to ston cord me tr nnniilaMnn I mnUnn mt it j cording to population 1 with motion picture sat I I he said wil of Mrs Mary E Wood late of 200 South Highland road Springfield also probated at Media leaves her estate to her husband Charles W Woodward and a daughter Ethel L Woodward Mrs WOodward died on June 28 Twothirds of the S780 estate of Mrs Annie N Desh late of 306 Fair field avenue Upper Darby who died on February 25 is willed to Violet Doyle a daughter and the remainder to Montague J McGUl a grandson Despite the threats of rain in the air this morning n large group of friends relatives and sweethearts were present at Sixth street station of the Pennsylvania Railroad shortly after 8 a m when the members of Companies B and C lllth Infantry entrained for their 15 days of field training at Mount Gretna Sn the foothills of Pennsylvania All details regarding the stowing and transportation of the equipment of the companies were cared for last night and yesterday afternoon by a special group acting under the super vision of the trninofiicer Lieutenant Henry L Peterson With a full compliment of 63 men in each company the commanding officers Captain Frank Itowsky of Company B and Captain Peter S Tennessee almost voted dry Which merely shows how those moon shiners can vote when a question affects them A West End cafe has a sign which reads Buy American Another reads We serve only Real Italian Spaghetti The Weather Coatinaed on Psfe July The weather forcast Eastern thnn dershowers probably tonight and Sun day not much change ii temperature Western Pennsylvania Generally fair tonight and Sunday except probably local tbnnclershowers Sun day afternoon in north portions change in temperature TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m 68 10 a m 1 7 a m 68 11 m 79 8 a m 73 Noon 77 9 t m 4W 74 I p m 71   

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