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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - July 25, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE 10NTMS ENDING DECEMBER 31 1932 wtw FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH 17653 Dally Leased Wire Reports of United Press UP and International News Service INSt CHESTER PA TUESDAY JULY 25 1933 PRICE TWO CENTS U S RESPONDS TO ROOSEVELTS CALL FOR FAIR WAGES Pledges of Allegiance Pour Into Washington Following Presidents Radio Address Ap pealing for United and Immediate Offen sive Against Will Be Done Is Slogan Idea Telegraph Companies Put on Extra Personnel to Handle Messages During Day Explains Proposition Employes to Sign Pact for Better Pay Shorter Hours BY THIS SHALL YE KNOW THEM WASHINGTON July Pledges of allegiance approaching war time fervor poured In on the government today as Americans an swered President Roosevelts call for a united and immediate offensive to conquer the enemy of depression It will be done was the slogan of thousands of messages which streamed to the White Hoxise in re sponse to President Roosevelts appeal to all employers large and small to sign aix agreement fixing fair and uniform wages for all and spreading employment by shortening working hours A common covenant the Presi dent called covenant in the name of patriotism and humanity The way to better times for all has been carefully charted Mr Roose velt said in his nationwide appeal last night and it is time for cour ageous action The President barely had finished speaking from his White House study before the telegraph wires into Wash ington were jammed with messages pledging support of big corporations DISCUSS CODE SHIPBUILDERS ACCEDE TO CODE OF 32HOUR WEEK Program Affects Yards Where Government Work Is Undertaken In Other Areas a 36Hour Plan Is to lie Effective Wages Agreed On No Decision Yet On Work ing Hours More Ses sions Coming More than 100 merchants repre senting every type of business atj tended a meeting in the Chester Club yesterday afternoon to discuss the National Recovery Act and plan for cooperation with President Roosevelts request k The meeting was presided over by j Ralph Swarts president of the Mer chants Division of the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce who aided by William P Delehaiity man ager of the Chamber explained just Every store factory organization and establishment that wilh the government in its gigantic recovery program whose employes are paiil and work the number of hours prescribed by the various codes wilt display this seal before long The seal has been approved by President Roosevelt Kvangeline Kicc is shown displaying the insignia in Washington WASHINGTON July shipbuilders have acceded reluctantly to the firm clemrmds of Administrator Hugh S Johnson of the National Recovery Act anil agreed to maintain a 32hour week In shipyards where GovermncnUl construction Is under taken In other yards imd In repair work n 30hour week will be maintained while other provisions of the re drafted code of competition for the shipbuilding industry us accepted b the builders leaves unchanged nt 35 cents an hour the minimum wages iu the south but boasts to 40 the minimum for northern wards The ucccpiimci ended an impasse that had reached serious proportions since the adjournment Friday of the MOLLISONS IN N Y CITY TALK OF NEW FLIGHT James and Amy British Atlantic Aviators Still Suffer Prom Crash IN BIG JOB Lifted Out of IManc From Bridgeport Conn May Hop to Bagdad NEW YORK July Jamrs and Amy Molllson not re covered from Injuries received In ft crash rt Bridgeport Conn at the end of their transatlantic flight talked today of attempting to break the IOIIR distance record with a flight to liagdixd Arabia 0000 miles away In u borrowed plane Their plan when they took off from Pendlne Simds Wales Saturday in the Seafarer was to tiy to New York thence to Bagdad and then return to London The crash seemed to huve ended that plan But they could not dismiss the ambitious project from their minds and American friends urged them to borrow ti plane Wiley Post offered us the Winnie Mae Molllson said He said that important position in NIKA do ROBBER SUSPECT IS APPREHENDED Screams of Three Women in Aronimink Home Lead to His Capture small businessmen and consumers j what will be expected of each mer An official of one telegraph com chant during the period of the Prcsi pany estimated the number of mesj dents emergency re employment sages for Mr Roosevelt would reach drive which has been set from 10000 before the day is far advanced I August 1 to December 31 His company held three times the us There was a diversity of opinion ual number of employes to handle among the various merchants as to the stream of responses that came in the hours they would remain open SCHOOL BOARD LETS CONTRACTS Low Bids for Supplies Ap proved by Directors at Regular Session Upper Darby police captured a KUSj The Chester School District has burvivcd Ihe fiscal year without hav girl avenue Aronimink at 545 a m today Mrs Vesscy awakened to see a Negro ransacking her dresser She screamed arousing her daughter Shirley 10 and Margaret Wicker 1rlav nnhlii honrlntr nf Ilir chin i Vt liini position in too WR building code V imjvvhert wc l you hal means National building The employers proposed a 40hour week while labor insisted on 30 wllh neither side consenting to compro mise Labor asserted Ilia clause in the Industrial Recovery Act which stipu lated that a 30hour week be observed on all public works projects applied clearly to the naval construction pro gram on which bids will be opened Wednesday Management replied that a 30hour week would seriously in crease the cost of the Navy program and might delay delivery On Saturday Johnson summoned bolh groups together emphasized the necessity for early promulgation of a code and laid down his 32hour prop osition Labor accepted but the em ployers declared with heat that such a program was out of the question At one lime during the discussions employers snid Johnson threatened nounced by Archie Levy member of the School Board at a regular meet ing held last evening in the Larkin Building A resolution commending j the committee in charge of finances during the night but finally it was agreed that there He said he could recall no such rej would be no shortening of business sponse to a Presidential appeal since I hours even though it means that Woodrow Wilson in 1917 summoned j additional help will have to be em the nation to a different kind of war ployed under provisions of the act Calling for the cooperation of the The act provided that in a city entire public as well as employers 1 the size of Chester no employe with Mr Roosevelt explained the reem j the exception of registered pharma 1 cists shall work more than 40 hours a week and the minimum wage shall ploymenl campaign in phrases for the complete understanding of the forgotten The proposition simply is this If all employers will act together to shorten hours and raise wages we can put people back to work No cmj ployers will suffer because the rela tive level of competitive cost will ad vance by the same amount for all But if any considerable number 514 Th is raised a question as to what must be paid part time employes such as clerks who shall be hired for Continued on Page Ten TAKES PA HIGHWAY sham 10 of 915 Come avenue wns offered and unanimously ap should lag or shirk this great oppor PLAN TO WASHINGTON i the floor Aronimink and ran to a window shouting for aid The intruder fled downstairs and through a rear door Screams of Mrs Vessey and the girls aroused Mrs John R Biggs who lives next door She called her son Jock who chased the intrxidcr with a shotgun and notified police Acting Sergeant Armstrong and Patrolman Beulcy answering the call arrested a man running across a field near State road and Lansdownc ave nue Mrs Vessey identified him and several articles found in his posses sion including a watch and other jewelry The first floor of the house had been ransacked Clothing and other articles had been piled on Continued on rage Ten OPENING STOCKS ADVANCE 4 POINTS proved Bids for school supplies were awarded and bills in the amount of S293418 were approved for payment including those for insurance on the new Douglass school Seventh and Central avenue The matter of bids took up the entire time of the reg ular and executive sessions The con tract for janitors supplies was awarded to the Galoy Hardware Com pany at its bid the contract the removal of ashes was awarded to Joseph S Hunt whose bid was for 2500 tons of coal Story Coal and Coke Company was low bidder at per ton the Chester Hard FOLLOW CLUE INMcCLATCHY CASE TO NEWARK Justice Agent and County Police Are Confident of Making Arrests Believe Fatal Shooting of Upper Darby Realtor the Act of Amateurs Koliinson 27 lias an NEW YORK July President Roosevelts radio appeal to the nation to support his Jobs pro gram stimulated a further recovery in security and commodity markets today Opening at noon for the second day of the shortened trading session stocks scored gains running to 4 points in heavy trading Initial blocks ran to 10000 shares in radio Grains In Chicago were generally higher the advances running to a cent EX bushel and more Cotton and silver were easier on profittaking Ills smile Indicated that while In appreciated the oiler he would not care to risk the famous roundthe world ship In a flight Posts generosity was made ap parent when n reporter nsked him if he Intended to give the Winnie Mue to a museum 1 wouldnt ylve It to anybody he replied The flying Mollisons looked any thing but fit when they arrived at Floyd Bennett all port from Bridge port at p m yesterday as pas sengers in i amphibian piloted by Ralph Wlckford Propped on pillows and accompanied by a nurse and two physicians their arrival at their In tended destination was not the tri umphal one they planned The trip was not without ceremony Pour planet including one flown by Frank Hawks accompanied them flying In formation and a crowd of 2000 cheered them at the airport Two husky policemen made u chair wllh their hands to carry Amy from the plane to a waiting automobile Mollison also was carried He was heavily bandaged The fliers were Industrial Kecuvcry Slip Is uilmtnlstniUve assistant lo Hugh S Johnson NIKAS head MISSES MILLIONS BY CLOSE MARGIN Continued on PHRC Ten TRAINER RESIDENT FACING CHARGES Utility will pass us by and we will go The suspect gave his name as into another desperate winter This j HARRISBURG Pi inlv ITTPI i James Wilson 20 of Norris street rl uiri Mi 1 nu i s ware Company bid for and received I but commodities as a whole were firm the contract for paint at Foreign markets were better in sym contract for the rebuilding of text PaUli wlll thc recovery here Ii Thc dollar sagged further falling Continued on Page Ten to 713 cents gold as sterling rose 1U must not happen That is the gospel that will be ham mered home in every city and hamlet of the land The Presidents address set the keynote for thousands of speakers and campaign workers under direction of the recovery adminis trator who will carry on the drive to obtain every employers signature to agreements setting a minimum wage of S14 a week for industrial labor and for white collar employes The chief executive warned of penj allies in the law for the laggards but added that I am now asking the coi operation that comes from opinion Pinchot took to WashingI car Nineteenth street Phi adelphia i Pennsylvanias plan for He was charged with oreaking and spending S18890000 of Federalaid on larceny Governor ton highways While there he also will confer with authorities about getting funds publlc works m w 4 xprQ TTl JU RETURN TO RUSSIA The Highway Departments pro gram for spending the federal money LONDON July 25 Leon on roads is ready for submission to Trotzky will meet the Soviet foreign be approved Continued on Page Ten j HURRICANE MOVES j TOWARD PORTO RICO i SAN JUAN Puerto Rico July I Robert H Gore j asked the Hurricane Relief Organizai tion and Red Cross today to stand guard for the next 36 hours warning j of an approaching storm forming in j the Windward Islands It was moving westnorthwest with t Puerto Rico and thc Virgin Islands 1 in its path BOLT DEAFENS 40 i When Code Should Begin to Operate WASHINGTON July HJP blanket code for business under the governments plan should be pit into operation by industries and mercantile estab lishments between August 1 and August 31 The provision banning child la bor does not become effective un til August 31 and businesses may put the code into effect without carrying out the child labor provi sion until that date Recovery Ad ministrator Hugh Johnson said to day j minister Maxim Litvinoff at Royat in the south of Prance aiid will ask I him for cancellation of his exile and i permission to reenter Russia and Said in the building of the Soviet i regime the Daily Herald stated in a dispatch from Paris today The paper also stated that Prances ban on Trotzky was lifted only after Litvinoff had granted permission BARBERS APPROVE FLAX CADDY TEAM UNDEFEATED Living wages and shorter hours as advocated under the New Deal promised by President Roosevelt was approved by the Master Barbers As sociation of this city at its meeting held last night in Goodmans Hall 616 West Third street Michael De Cellio was elected presi dent of the organization Other offi cers are Andrew Jockorokenmy sec retary Lawrence Landino treasurer The Springhaven caddy team un defeated this year is about to claim the championship of the Philadelphia area Ten wins and no defeats the team has successfully downed Con cord Paxson Hollow Rolling Green Philmont Manufacturers and others For three straight years Springhaven bagtoters have kept the Philadelphia Caddy Tournament trophy at home and intend to keep it this year The team consists of Joe Dough erty Tommy Hayes James Bell Jim Raymond Joe Castor Charles Charleston and Matthew Green Tom Bill the caddymaster is the captain The Springhaven Club caddy tour nament will be played as usual about he middle of September with Jim Raymond Chester Negro defending his title PRAGUE Czechoslovakia July persons were killed and i lava today during services YOUNG STUDENT BANDITS PREY GRANTED PAROLE ON AUTO PARTIES HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY PT United Press One of Three Prisoners Released on Probation Fourth Meets Refusal AT LATOXIA SIciners Sam caster Uncle Malt Irene War Pledge Patch Tad Three men have been liberated from the county jail on parole orders filed at Media by Judge Albert Dut Police of Four Townships on the Main Line Get Numerous Complaints JAMES M HAMILTON SEEKS SHERIFF POST cents to Allied Chemical was the days mar ket star opening 1 points higher Auburn was up 3 and Case threshing nearly 2 A long list ot issues showed gains of a point and more Profittaking was heavy along with further forced selling from Impaired margin accounts and this held the market In check WOODR1NG MARRIES MISS COO LI DG E FITCHBURG Mass July With President Roosevelts eldest son James as best man Assistant Secretary of War Harry Hincs Woodrlng former Governor of Kan sas and Miss Helen Coolidgc artist daughter of U S Senator Marcus A Coolicige of Massachusetts were mar ried here today Outgrowth of a romance that be gan a year and a half ago against a background of Washington politics the wedding was held at noon tit the brides Blosomslrcct home in the presence of some 600 guests The Rev Max A Kapp minister of theFitchburg Univcrsallst Church officiated at the singlering ceremony held in an interior garden of dark green evergreens and Madonna lilies The bride wore an ivory moire gown period of 1830 and ivory tulle veil with plaited cap and orange blossoms and carried a nosegay of gardenias She was given In marriage by her father Charged with making threatening telephone calls to a Broolcllnc physi cian Prank Trainer of Trainer was held in bull to keep the peace by Magistrate Roy Blackburn yes terday Trainer was arrested on complaint of Dr Theodore M Bach of 10 Princeton road Brookllnc Dr Bach said the man threatened bodily but did not ask for money When he appeared In Iliiverford township ixjlicc station warrants were served on him charging larceny of an automobile He posted a bond for his appearance in Central Police Court Philadelphia today Another warrant was served on him for appearance in Media to an swer larceny charges Involving auto mobile license plates When these charges were made public residents of Trainer who have been acquainted with the defendant for many years were stunned One of the number fairly prominent in the borough stated that Trainer was always known for his quietness and had never lo his knowledge been in volved In any trouble of any kind OCONNELLSRELE A SE SOON IT IS HINTED CHICAGO July tors today began liquidating the ac counts of Edward A Crawford spcc Uicular trader whose suspension from all trading privileges by the Board of Trade ended a fling in the market which started on a shoeslrlnu and grew to an million bushel proportions Crawford and Leon A Strauss of Harper Straus and Company ot Des Moines were suspended by Board of Trade directors for Innblllty to meet obligations Crawfords vast holdings in grain were held largely responsible for the suspension of trading Friday and Saturday when ha was unable to fur nish ninplo margin He Is credited wllh having attempted to corner on rye La Salic street traders agreed that had the speculative held and had he unloaded he would have gathered In one ot the nations big gest fortunes Ten years ago as a New Orleans dentist Crawford began trading in cotton on a small scale The slayers of Frank A Me Clatchy may be arrested before tha body of the Upper Darby realtor is consigned to the grave Police of Lower Merlon township and special agents of the United States Department of Justice this morning left on a secret mission after hinting they were following out tha first real clue they received since the wouldbe abductors fired Ihe fatal shot Into the body of McClatchy last Wednesday Lieutenant Clarence Duke of the Lower Merlon police and Paul Schrader Department of Justice agent admitted that they were coine to Newark N J Duke still maintains that the men who killed Mr McClatchy were ama teurs He places little faith In the story related by an unnamed man who said he wos a reformed gangster and who told detectives in Upper Darby that on the day of the crima he saw four Newark gangsters cruis ing around the Sixtyninth street sec tion Tho Information we have which must necessarily be kept secret is not In any way related with the exgaiiK nre to The stone wall we have been un against hns definitely been broken down and un curly arrest Is possible Ihe Information we have is definite tangible and will be completely ruri out said Duke before his departure Business men in the Sixtyninth sUcct section are determined to press the hunt for the slayers A L Held president of the Association of Com merce of Eastern Delaware County nas called n meeting to consider offer ing a pair of thugs f01 capture of tho Police declined to disclose whether they had been able to trace the 38 cttllbre Spanish type pistol which was found In tUe car with the rope two Continued on 1age Ten SHOWERS COOLER WEATHER FORECAST Showers and cooler weather ore predicted In Eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland except In the northern part of Eastern Pennsylvania where it will be gen erally fair Showers are possible to morrow in Delaware and Maryland and it probably will bj fair else where The highest temperature here yes terday was 93 degrees at 5 p m ant the lowest was TI at 7 a in The average of 83 was six degrees above normal for the date and eleven de grees ubove the average July 24 las year Maximum temperature for the date is established In 1918 am minimum 58 in Sunrise today was at n m and sunset will be at p m Eastern Daylight Saving Time Friends of James M Hamilton of Middletown former county official and widely known Chester manu facturer today were busily engaged in circulating petitions for his can didacy for sheriff at the forthcoming primary election Mr Hamilton is a former postmaster former county commissioner in which office he served two terms of four years each and four years age he was i candi date for sheriff A group known as the Hamilton for Sheriff Committee BUENOS AIRES July is being organized and the members Rumors that a rebel movement has declare they will wage an active broken out in the state of Sao Paulo paign for their choice Brazil were received here today ALBANY N Y July John J OConnell Jr 22 nephew of Edward J and Daniel P OConnell powerful Albany county Democratic lenders will be released by his ab ductors within 48 hours It was hinted today by persons close to the Demo cratlc chiefs Young OConnell was kidnaped 18 days ago from in front of his home and held for ransom FATHER OB ROSE ALLEN NEAR DEATH Horace Allen of Wynnewood road Merlon father of Edward H B and Rase Allen twas reportednear death last night at Gcrmantown Hospital Allen retired wool merchant has been ill since the summer of 1931 when he suffered a stroke not long after the death of his wife He has had frequent heart attacks Allens son Edward was at his rathers bedside last night William a second son was at home prepared to rush to the hospital Miss Allen who is to be married Saturday to Kenneth Coolbaugh of 228 Avon te nt Present living in West Philadelphia REBEL MOVEMENT REPORTED Police of Upper Darby Havcrford j and Radnor townships are making search for four armed bandits who j a series of holdups in i ton MacDade and one other prisoner i r has been refused a parole tnc Maln Line section during the past j George D Moore of Upper Darby weeks specializing on couples in Gal Cherry Lass niuiTy Peggie who is a student at a Philadelphia Parked cars Miss Overbrook Belly Miss college was placed on three years Tile Iatest robbery reported Is that Universe i probation with the understanding i f whose name Queen Shadow Davit i that the fine of S150 and costs be as withheld by the police who claimed j Golden Ruth Oscaloosa Mountain i paid Moore entered a plea of guilty parked along a wooded i Man Spring Flight Blithe PomI on June ID to violating the liquor roadncar the Aronimink Golf Club j and sand as well as the loan of trucks patic laws His prison term was two wth a girl companion the four men j by the county commissioners and lo Wine Pal Tohn Jayvcc months to three years His father I aPPcarEd arld robbed him of S61 leal contractors the Chester Boys Laura Kiev Gold Hoosiers Pride I informed the Court that he needed According to this victim two of the Club has been enabled to begin the Officials and Business Men Aiding Boys Club BALBO STARTS RETURN FLIGHT Twentyfour Seaplanes Leave Jamaica Bay for Trip Back to Rome Longshoremen Get 20 P C Raise Announcement was made today by the Chester Stevedoring Com pany that the wages of all long shoremen employed by them on coastwise vessels automatically has been Increased 20 per cent effective at once The schedule In cludes laborers wlnchmcn and dockmen Approximately 100 men share In this Increased scale RAISED MAIDS PAY TELLS MRS F D R WASHINGTON July Among the thousands of telegrams that poured Into the White House ollowlng President Roosevelts friendly appeal to the nation was one addressed to Mrs Roosevelt After listenIIIK to your husbands wonderful appeal Ihave raised my maids wages 10 per cent it said Aided by donations of gravel slag Dono Kepis Play j hU sons aid Popo Bonnie Marila Mighty and throat clinic and if anyone had such a piece of machinery they would like to loan for this purpose the club would ap preciate its ue At the club house Front street and COHASSET Mass July Italo Baibo at the hcrtd of his Italian flying fleet passed here at 1220 p m today NEW YORK July AIMEE BACK FROM TRIP TO EUROPE Returns Vowing Her Love for Hutlon Singer Hus banC Who Sued Her Bound for home and another mass flight across the ocean the 2 sea planes from distant Italy took ofl from Floyd Bennett airport for ABOARD S 3 CITY OF HAVRE OFF NORFOLK Va July Scmple McPherson Button returned to the United States today enroutc to Los Angeles to tell her i husband she still loves him The fact that Hutton the Angeiu Temple baritone has Indicated hif love for the evangelist has cooled v t T i Shediac N B on the first stretch of fallcdto discourage the tawnyhaired their return vovaec preacher of the gospel in an eye enr nose j robbers trained revolvers on him work of grading and leveling off its concord avenue a space Is par ic during the summer j his j athletic field bounded by Front Sec titioncd off in the recreation room on re Weather cloudy track fast AT ARLINGTON their return voyage General Italo Balbo his dress uni form of white changed to one of working blue shot away from Jamaica Bay nt 10 a m EDT with clock like precision the other seaplanes fol i three years He was sentenced to reported in the past month police gan the work of grading the field The office when finished will be used three months in jail on June 16 say and similarity of methods yesterday while the trucks started to for meetings and conferences when he pleaded guilty to larceny of cac lcacls thc author haul sand and other materials to be i The pool tables in the recreation coal Judge MacDade says Thctlcs believe the same band is in used in the work from one of the room arc being recovered and It Is Shc always will love him she said today on her return from Paris where she said she underwent an abdominal operation I love Dave still course I love him Mrs Hutton reclir Captain Harold T U S Til EA S U R V B A IX X Q K WASHINGTON July The Treasury net balance for Julv 22 was Miscellaneous lucrnnl revenue receipts for that day were Customs re ceipts for the month through July 22 were Topacsof Tames Peachy Gormcrly of the Glen olden big leaguers not only surprised himself but several of his friends when he took a night the other day He speared a Texas leaguer in hia hop Ches Martin was out Sunday night with a couple of dancers who can shake everything but the de prcsslon remarks Henry accordion man the big Its already clear who wilt be tha Forgotten Man in 1934 None other than the prohibition enforcement agent Despite the popular belief that tho woman pays Pete McHugh big in stalment man can testify differently An Inventor claimshe can show movies in broad daylight but refuses to give details Porbably trying to keep us In the dark about it Mike Docherty the big traffic cop recently learned that the chief ob n i oujj L uu i seriousness of his offense was not P steel plants in the locality expected the work will be completed Parlh Lapidary Prose and Poetry Lampblack Red Casino Dnncs Pilgrim Hour Zcv Stroll Alonr North Galis After Dark Dark Sister Hat Rock I Kiev Big Gold Hoosiers i Pride Dandy Longus Battling Rowdy Boy Weather cicar frnck fast jti ui uimiioc a IIULI t tni WUIK wm ou comnieiCd Rjntlnff General appreciated at the time as the pilferI uTllrec cacs lhavc bcren reported in Among those who have contributed j this week A set of outdoor quoits r Mho nf u i tu i ing of coal in small quantities was Continued on Page Ten of St Davids j materials and supplies to be used Is church Wayne while Isolated sections j Thomas A Reiily a contractor in the of Upper Darby and Haverford have i western section of the city Charles also been the scenes for the bandits i Garland supervisor of the club said activities FIRE DESTROYS OLD TREE yesterday that as it was desired to Chester and Montgomery counties have the field put In condition by T S north were reported as favorable General Balbo had postponed his takeoff yesterday due to fog along from Boston to New Bruns lcavc mc j In groups of three the seaplanes the became involved yesterday when po Thursday he would be pleased to sport have an opportunity to enjoy the i 4i P n T in Easttown Trcdyflrin have any contractors In the city who A score board for pJol shufficboard than 200 years old on the grounds and Newtown reported robberies were i have trucks which they arc not usini plngpong checkers and auoOshas of the Concord Country Club staged there i and who would care to hcl et the On i yesterday by fire of mysterious origin itims to give information police claim i with him Members of the Concordville Fire it is doubly difficult for them to obi It was Company made valiant but futile cf tain clues that mieht lead to the an mcricrf and who would care to hclf get the in shape get In communication to forts to save the tree Cf t3fnh CUlCS thf to prehension the guilty parties explained that a roller was been Installe I in the recreaton room for seoring the which will soon begin The score board is so arranged that both the needed when the ground Is leveed scores of the un o and senlo S can to roll it to a hard smooth surface be kept independently Continued on Page Ten ESCAPING REDS KIUED LANDSBERG Germany July communists arrested last year for the stabbing of a Nazi youth were shot and killed today while trying to escape during a jail transfer ago This divorce 8 hasty she cxpln gently smoothed e have received no about It until I got back em an aoaommai she said Of ed on the bunk of McCaw of the as she talked in ibout her to leave her ille actor eve he wants to the pastor of d heroine of half features since her dnaping a decade ction Its all so ncd as a nurse jt her skirt We word from him I had from him me so much and ting the minutes ruptcd the tu uiuituiiiMiiig oagpipe niusio over the radio is that it still sounds like bagpipe music Weather July The weather forecast Eastern Pennsylvania Cloudy probably occasional showers tonight and Wednesday slightly cooler in southeast portion lonicht New Jersey Cloudy probably occasional showers tonight and Wednesday slightly cooler tonight Western Pennsylvania Cloud tonight and probably showers in south portion little chanfe in temperature TEMPERATURES a m 74 11 am 71 7 am 74Noon 8C a m 76 2 p m 83 linuad OB   

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