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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - July 26, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE IONTHS ENDING DECEMBER 31 1932 2O328 FINAL EDITION With All Latent and Bert Newt of the Day 57TH 17654 Daily Leased Wire Reports of United Press UP and International News Service INS CHESTER PA WEDNESDAY JULY 26 1933 PRICE TWO CENTS 6000000 JOBS JOHNSON SEES BY LABOR DAY Administrator Declares Over Radio Nothing Can Halt Program Warns Against Strife Be tween Employers and Workmen WASHINGTON July The flood of telegrams pouring into the White House expressing approval of President Roosevelts Industrial Recovery program indicates that it is a success the President declared to day More than 15000 telegrams have reached the White House all of them highly favorable in character anc conveying to the President the thanks of industry large and small for the steps he has taken for nationa economic rehabilitation The President expressed belief tha the response insured success of his BLOW AT TAMMANY BLANKET CODE FOR INDUSTRY IS EXPLAINED Speaker at Rotary Club MeetingPresages Suc cess of Roosevelt Plan What Employers Are Asked to Do To Aid Recovery MAN IS KILLED BY MOTORCYCLE WASHINGTON July Struck as lie Was About Here is a simple and authoritative j Q Rnlcr MiirCUS Hook explanation by Recovery Admiimtraj lor Hugh Johnson of just what every 1 lain LyCllSt Injured employer Is asked to do to put into effect the voluntary agreement which is the basis of President Roosevelts reemployment campaign fi 1 ri 1 l Declares btaunch Support j You will receive in the mall about of NRA Movement Will Bring Prosperity July 27 an envelope with two pieces of paper and an addressed envelope One piece of paper Is the Presidents J agreement Sign that on the dotted i lines and fill out the information1 Thomas Barlow SO of 14 Cedar avenue Model Village Marcus Hook was struck and fatally injured by a motorcycle at m today the accident occurring on 1ost road op posite Hie main vjate of the Viscose at 1 c ol i t ul thc Ianl the tlle once The President of the United Slates called for Put H in the addressed u has Issued a personal challenge lo U ahc put ll t Hospital receiving treatment for every business man and every good Rotarian to participate in the cour ageous effort that is being made by thc administration to lift the country DAVID DEAKYNE AT HIS HOME Business Man Former Councilman Had Boon Ailing Many Months David Ocakyne dean of the candy jobbers of Delaware nnd Phila delphia counties died at his home 901 Concord avenue at 1030 oclock this He had been critically ill only u few days Yesterday after noon he suilered u heart attack from which he never rallied Mr Deakyne wns born In a little FINANCIAL REPORT OF SCHOOL DISTRICT jnio eicci iu once severe lacmuions of the face head nts parents at the age of 5 years He i On August sign the other piece JOC sibk liuerat ln engaged in the avndy business In ft 8 4 of paper which says that you have js of j as heivd of Ueakyne Brothers Third y curried out your agreement lurn Crown Point Road Thoroughfare i strecis which ixjsition he Ml f n IMHv H linn vnit 11 t i i j Dispensing and funds under public works provi1 individual responsibility in showing sions of XIKA in New York New itneln tnal il cal1 ue done in to your postoflice Then you will be given the blue eagle of NRA on a out of the depression by its own postcr or sticker bootstraps lo cooperate with the Take this to your store or shop NRA display it prominently If you need more posters or stickers you can get them later from n dealer If you want to use this symbol on your goods or automobiles or trucks or anywhere else In connection with your business you are authorized to do so But do not do thus either now will tell you it cant be done But it can be done and you and I and every enormous patronage other good Rotarian have a personal gigantic undertaking In connection with the program Warner S Hays Philadelphia Ro Mr Roosevelt asserted that the public Jersey ami Pennsylvania is in hands The President as public works 511 Welsh street Mr Hayes was se OF COOPERATION most of it would be done by governj Roosevelt blow at Tammany inent subdivisions with the exception of ship building projects It wasl pointed out that thc majority of the fll 17D public construction would go in some Ul f form or other to municipal or state governments The ship building pro gram which calls for new vessels will be divided between government and private yards In conversations today with Secre tary of Interjpr Ickes Mr Roosevelt planned to discuss flood control on the lower and upper Mississippi The upper Mississippi project already has been aproved and about of an S80000000 program already has been expended Flood control work on the upper Missouri River also was scheduled to be taken up at the conference WASHINGTON July 5000000 and 6000000 workers will be reemployed before Labor Day Gen eral Hugh S Johnson Nationa Re covery Administratortold the nation in a radio speech last night Nothing can stop the Presidents economic program he added1 The key man of the Administra tions program for better times ad dressed the nation just 24 hours cured through William D Mason who was chairman in charge of the program President Al Knabb pre sided new blanket code said Mr Hayes Isnt an experiment in So cialism or an attempt to foist gov ernment control on business It is a i logical step in the kind of sound longterm economic planning that we Continued on Page Seven STATE PUBLISHERS STUDYING CODE A special meeting of members of the Pennsylvania Newspaper Pub lishers Association willbe held next Saturday at the Penn Harris Hotel Harrisburg at 10 a m standard time to discuss the effect of the National f Fmnlnvoro loirlv j longterm economic pla Employers KCady tO should have started ycr Do Their Part to Restore Prosperity Employers of Chester and environs means that if you employ any fac tory or mechanical worker or artisan you will not pay him less than 40 cents an hour or work him more than 35 hours a week except that if you were paying less than 40 cents for that kind of work on July 15 1929 you can pay that rate now but not less than 30 cents an hour As to all other on a weekly will pay not years ago There lws Uirm Si5 n Wc6k if you live In N J Mr Barlow apparently saw the on cycle according towitnesses he and the driver believed the other would stop In attempt ing to avoid striking the pedestrian Heritage swerved the motorcycle causing the wheels to skid and toss ing him from thc seat Both victims were rushed to the hospital but Mr Barlow died before aid could be ren dered it is believed that death was caused as much by shock us by his was prominent The annual report of the treasurer of the Chester School District was made public yesterday It shows re ceipts in the amount of The receipts Include balance ns per annual report of June 30 1832 S13238827 appropriation from the commonwealth of Pennsyl vania city school taxes tax Tens and costs 11542 in tuitions and miscellaneous receipts S593GG2l in the teachers contribution and Interest on balmces the amounts are and Disbursements total total orders issued nnd balance In Dela ware County National Bank 24024 bond issues account amounts settlement in Deluware called Taylors to 523884145 The sinking fund Bridge He camo to Chester with balances us us follows In bond in cash total Bond investments 50000 cash balances in bank 71B04 and making a total Of tallying with the sink ing fund balances The bonded debt of the Chester School District Is now of over 500000 Inhabitants or cept the powerful compulsion of SHSO a wcck m cmcs of uttwccn today awaited delivery of the agree ment blanks asking volunteer pledges of shorter hours and higher wages 5000000 of which will be placed in the mails tomorrow While employers are still debating and trying to analyze the provisions under thc National Recovery Act lo cal industrial heads and other em ployers have given Albert R Granger president of the local committee to aid iu the movement their assurance that they will fall in line and do their share to speed the return of prosper ity and normal times Tomorrow afternoon at 2 oclock members of the Marcus Hook Cham ber of Commerce will hold a meeting in the Marcus Hook firehouse to dis cuss the code Other groups of busi ness men retailers in similar lines of trade are planning individual meet ings for thc purpose of reaching a mutual agreement concerning fair practices in business the hours their employes will work and thc wage to be paid A list of those who join the NRA public opinion that makes a fellow mighty unpopular if he doesnt fall in line Under the new code thc working day and week will be greatly cur tailed Minimum wages will be fixed But this wont encourage idleness It will encourage more that Ihe millions now unemployed will be thankful to accept The discipline of an honest days work faithfully done and fairly paid for will be be hind this act and that of itself is 250000 and r000000 inhabitants or in cities of between 250000 and 2500 and in cities of less than U500 and you agree not to work this class of employes more than 40 hours a week As to employes who get a higher wage you should not reduce their wages because you reduce their hours and you should generally keep the usual pay differences as between lower and higher paid employes And after August 31 you will not work physical injuries The deciasid throughout the E a s t e r n United States for his activity In cricket cir cles He was the manager of tin Viscose cricket learn for the past 11 years and hud formed u crack club at the local plant At thc pres ent time the Viscose team is entered in thc National Championships He had been employed by the Vis cose Company for the past 18 years and had a life time job at the plant He moved to this country from Old ham Lancashire England 24 years ago nnd lirst resided in Phlliulcl hia later moving to Upland He lad been a resident of Marcus Hook for the past 10 years He was an letivc member of the Marcus Hook Baptist Church Mr Barlows widow Martha who ias been ill for several years is suf fering from a severe shock brought on by news of her husbands sudden death In addition to his widow Mr Barlow Is survived by a daughter Mrs Florence Robinson who lives with her parents Arrangements for the funeral have not been completed held at the lime of his dealh He was married twice His first wlfr who before her mnrrlngc wns Miss Hannah Booth died In 1921 He later married Martha Ross who with three children two daugh ters Mrs Howard Morris and Mrs William Culbert both of Drcxel Hill and one son Harry Deakyne of this city are his survivors Mr Ucnkync wivs an active mem ber of Trinity Methodist Episcopal church and actefl as secretary of its Sunday school lor a period of 30 SUN SHIPYARD BIDS FOR ONE OF NAVY VESSELS Contract Winners May Not Be Announced for An other Week Varying Schedules of Work in Code for Private and Navy Work enough to carry any progrntr forward children under 16 years of age to veal accomplishment In a few days you and I and pT OITDY WEATHER Lprvnnp ivhn pmnlnvs lahnr will rr everyone who employs labor will re csive in the mail a personal agree ment between you and the President Continued on Page Seven YOUNGSTER KICKED IN FACE BY PONY Industrial Act on newspapers All army will be posted in z conspicuous newspaper publishers of the state place in thc local postoffice buiidin whether members of the association I and those who refuse will suffethe been invited to the i humiliation of being termed slackers Postmaster Hagerty today stated that no agreement blanks had yet reached here but he expected to find them in the mails tomorrow or not have meeting Last Saturday a meeting of several committees of the association was held at Hershey when the hearty support of the organization was pledged to President Roosevelt A resolution was adopted authoriz ing the associations president Charles R Long editor and publisher of the Chester Times to appoint a committee to confer with the proper officers nnd committees of the Amer ican Newspaper Publishers Associa tion and of the National Editorial CITY DEMOCRATS NOMINATE TICKET At a meeting of Democrats and In dependents held last night at 130 West Fifth street a full city ticket was nominated and approved uiiani Edward B Wcthcriil 7yearold son of Mr and Mrs Robert Wctherlll Jr of Twentyfirst and Chestnut streets is a patient in the Chester Hospital recovering from head and face in juries sustained early yesterday after noon at Chpc May N J His condi tion was declared to be greatly im proved and he will be home soon it was stated The youngster was riding his bicycle and accidentally came too close to the pony track across from the Municipal Pier One of the animals kicked out in a frenzy and the Wetherill boy caught one of the blows in his face He was given first aid treatment then removed to the summer horns of his parents on Beach drive above thc Admiral Hotel Mr Wetheriil was home in Chester yesterday on business and Mrs Wetherill made instant preparations to remove the injured boy to the PREDICTED FOR AREA Cloudy skies are predicted today and tomorrow In eastern Pennsyl vania nnd New Jersey while showers arc probable tomorrow Showers and cooler weather are expected today in Delaware and Maryland with the showers probable tomorrow also The highest temperature here yes terday was 86 degrees at 1 p m and the lowest was 73 at 830 p m Thc average of 80 was three degrees above normal for the date and four degrees above the average July 25 last year Maximum temperature for the date is 95 established in 1030 and mini mum 61 in 1920 Sunrise today was at 534 a m and sunset will be at 82t p m Eastern Daylight Saving Time INDUSTRY RISE GAINS IN JULY Volume of Production Has years He was elected to live terms Risen Since March Sllf Conlimuil on VCY SllOWS CITY FIRMS TELL F R WASHINGTON July OF COOPERATION lrl111 ncllvHy rapidly in VvVJ IjlVV I HJi Jliiip lie In tin f Aln RECOVER BODY OF DROWNED SAILOR The body of Charles Hunsen 50 yearold Norwegian sailor who jumped or fell from the deck of the yacht of Dr Elwood Klrby Phila delphia physician last Sunday aft ernoon was recovered from the Del aware River yesterday Thc body was lound floating by Captain Waller Sfiacklcy of the Reading tug Harold J TagRct near Edge Moor Light No 7 off Bellevue a short distance from where the mnn fell into the walcr The funeral will Ix held tomor row morning at oclock at thc Griffith Chapel In Norwood with private interment Hanson Is said to have a wife and children in Norway TAX COLLECTOR RESIGNS City and county business heads were quick to respond to thu appeal of President Roosevelt for coopera tion on the blanket Recovery Act A number sent telegrams Monday night and yesterday assuring the cliief executive that they already had inaugurated thc 40 hour week with Increased wages and Increased em ployment One of the lirst stores in Chester to send a telegram was that of Nathan Spearc Seventh street ad Eclgmont avenue the new schedule of wages workinghours and increased employment was made ef fective at once Another was thc department store of Frank Tollin 617 ICdgmont avenue a telegram assuring the President that the store had established n new wngc scale working hours nnd In creased employment Another local firm to send a mes sage of cooperation was thc Downs Coal nnd Coke Co Int RU JiB R R COM PAN IE S BOOST PRICES June as In the two preceding months and In the first half of July there was a further advance despite the usual seasonal tendency toward a slump the Federal Reserve Boart announced In Its monthly review of business developments Factory employment and payrolls showed a considerable increase Wholesale commodity prices rose rapidly until the third week of July when prices of leading raw mate rials showed a sharp decline The board Mild that thu volume o Industrial production us meas ured by thc seasonally adjusted In ex advanced from 77 per cent o ENJOYED WEEKS CAMP Fortythree altar boys from St Michaelsparish were given a weeks vacation trip to Camp Cardinal Dougherty at Sea Isle City N J Rev Anthony McCarron had charge of the boys on the trip They re The resignation of Lewis O Foulk as tax collector of Bethel township was received yesterday by the County Commissioners in their weekly meet ing held at Media Action on the resignation was deferred until thc next meeting Only routine matters were consld Association and Avith Ihe National I mously by all present for the coming ches e HosmUl A fis trio ww Recovery Administration if necessary j Primary election to be held Septcmj mnde alul entry to thc instVS and to take such steps as the 19 as follows tution an Xray examination was mittee sees necessary to determine the j tor city commissioners John J The development of thc plates action which should be taken by the Stetser and C E Riddcll two to be showed thc youngster escaped a frac association under the National Re covery Act This committee will re port back to the special meeting to be held Saturday next in Harrisburg LINDBERGHS IN GREENLAND SURVEY turned the early part of thisweek ered at the brief meeting BALBCTPLANES IN F AJicOATCHY AKRON O July Eight major Akron rubber companies today announced a flat Increase of 10 per cent In automobile tire prices clfcctive Immediately Tho concerns Joining In thc move were Goodyear Goodrich Firestone General Mohawk India Scibcrling nnd the Falls Company Advances in the costs of crude rubber aud cotton the latter rising because of curtailed machine work IIIK hours In lie textile Industry were given as thc cause for thc tire boosts Possibility of another Increase next week following Imposition of the processing tax on cotton August was indicated ns thc 10 per cent ad vance was announced elected j turcd skull His injuries consist of For school board George H Staus 1 severc lacerations and bruises Michael Reps P Lee Sparks three to be elected An active canvass has been in progress for thc past few weeks for the above candidates and precinct committecmen as workers have been appointed in each precinct district WORSTED IN FIGHT GOOTHAAB Greenland July Charles A Lindbergh and Mrs Lindbergh were engaged today i Two men both residents of King in a survey of little known Green of PrussiaMontgomery couniy re DETECTIVESSEIZE GAMBLING DEVICE County detectives yesterday con fiscated a slot machine found in a gas station on the northwest corner S of Providence road and West Ches ter pike Edgemont and placed Dan land ceived treatment at the Chester SHOAL HARBOR First of Squadron Alights at 1240 p m in Flight From Shcdiac N B SHOAL HARBOR New Foundland July one of its num ber forced down enroute for repairs General Italo Baibos Italian seaplane armada this afternoon reached Shoal iel Anlonacci accused of operating Harbor startingpoint of a nonstop CONDUCTED Upper Darby Realtor Slain by Thugs Laid at Rest This Morning A large number of persons attended a Solemn Requiem Mass celebrated CLKRGYMANS VACATION Next Sundays services will be the last at which Rev Stanley V Wllcox pastor of St Pauls Church will of ficiate before Kolng away on his VH cation which will liist until Sep tcmbcr Rev Charles N Urban assistant rector will be in charge o services Rev Wllcox will first go t j Camp Colebrook on the Moun Grctna Reservation where he wll spend two weeks in his official ca pacity as chaplain of the 103rd Cnv airy Pennsylvania National Guarc this morning In St Matthias Cath olic Church Cynwyd for Frank A McClatchy Upper Darby realty sales man who was fatally shnt by two wouldbe abductors last Wednesday CAIt WAS DAAIACCI the machine under arrest fiirrht Inrk to Eiirono They took off in their seaplane Hospital early this morning for cuts dcferidant was hcld under i first triad descended on thc and who died yesterday for Holstensborg further sustained during n fight with Negroes bail for court at a hearing be waters of thharbor at 1MO This afternoon aHbusiness houses up the west first halt on j at Second ana Welsh streets Thc i fore Magistrate Forwood Clark at j p E Di T the approaching Vea Uic Sixtyninth street section of i a series of exploratory flights in j victims gave their names as AH Norwood The raid was made by ftancs hfici been first sighted by i Upper Darby close from noon until which they plan to cover ji ntift irrirriin f j coast line of Greenland over the inland icecap rising from right eye nnd his companion 8000 to 10000 feet j slashed on the right hand The Lindberghs took fuel for 15 hours flight and provisions and water sufficient to last a month John Baron 1128 West Nintl street last night complained to po lcc that while his automobile wa parked in front ot his home It wa rammed by an automobile owned b Frank HlRgins 1033 Butler strcei Baron said thc other mdtorlst falle to stop after inflicting damage amounting to approximately U until n late hour this morning Hlg gins had not been arrested HEADING IAWVKK D1KS er the lonG Crockett 25 and Thomas Griffith County Detectives Harry Hagenkot watcher five rritnutis earlier 1 and to fly j 27 Crockett sustained a cut over the i ter and Charles T Smith who were The armada too olf from S rising from right eye nnd his companion was accompanied bv Detective Arnold M D AH was accompanied i McNcal by Detective Arnold a m j and 85G a m E D T One of thc 1 p in in honor of thc slain man whose brother John H McClatchy developed thc area A fipirit of optimism was today KARLE OFFICIALLY NAMED WASHINGTON July President Roosevelt today named George H Earle III of Pennsylvania to be Minister to Austria HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY BT United Press Old Bridge is Basis for Caustic Criticism planes was forced down for repairs j manifest by police who arc investi at Victoria Harbor Prince Edward gating thc murder of Mr McClatchy lland approximately 40 miles from ibut tllc probcrs were reluctant to the starting point I discuss their plans or Just what in t formation they were working on SHEDIAC New Brunswick July 26 One unIdentified prisoner was qucs closely to schedule Gcri tioned and viewed in Philadelphia Continued on Seven Continued nn V Seven While it is expected that President Roosevelt will approve a 32hour week for the shipbuilding industry noth ing could be learned today as to what mmediate effect it would have on the mployes of the Sun Shipbuilding and Drydock Company The 32hour week will apply only o yards engaged In naval construc ion the navys largest formal bid opening taking place in Washington toduy It became known this morn ng that the Sun yard has bid on one of the smaller vessels but the award ng of the contracts may not be an nounced for another week Secretary of theNavy Swanson visited the White House yesterday after a lengthy meeting of thc Re covery Council He admitted that while he had stood pat for a 40hour week he eventually acquiesced In the 32hour week proposal as demanded by Hugh S Johnson the industrial administrator This morning John G Pew presi dent of the Sun Company declared that at the present time it would be Impossible to state Just what effect the new code would have on the local yard as the 32hour week applies only to yards engaged in naval con struction nnd that commercial yards were permitted to work their em ployes 36 hours a week or 40 hours a to exceed 3G hours a week over u fourmontlis period If President Roosevelt approves the new code today It would not become cifective for seven days It will bo after that time when thc contracts 0 average in May to 80 er cent in June as compared with 0 per cent in March Activity In tho steel Industry con nucd to increase In June and the rst two weeks of July The third k of July showed Htlle change he demand for steel by railroads ml Ilia oonstructlou Industry con nuwl at a low level The output of automobiles which sually declines at this season In rcnscd In June and showed little hange In July The consumption of cotton by do nestlc mills was larger in June than n any previous month and continued it a high rate during the first hnlf of July At woolen mills and mpe actorlcs activity Increased further n June to higher levels P M C OFFICER TO GO TO HONOLULU WASHINGTON July lieutenant John D Armstrong U S Infantry now supervising R O T C activities at Pennsylvania Military College at Chester has been or dered to duly at Honolulu Hawaii 1 was learned today at thc war depart ment Orders Issued today by the ad jutant generals olnce Instruct Lieu tenant Armstrong to sail from New York on an army transport sched tiled lo leave that port on or abou November 1 Upon arrival at Ho no lulu he Is Lo report to the command Ing officer of thu Hawaiian depart mcnt for assignment to duty The special orders did not con tain the name of thc olllcer who wl take over Lieutenant Armstrong duties at Pennsylvania Mllitar College VKTKKANS TO 7VIKKT READING Pa July Cyrus G Derr B5 former prcsldcn of the State Bar Association and a member of the Pennsylvania Rail roads legal staff was dead at his home today following a heart attack Chester Chapter of the United Vet erans Association of D c 1 a w a r County Department of Pennsylvania will hold a meeting tonight In th hall of thc EnuncrtxMullln Post Vet erans of Foreign 2722 We Third Nomination of pcrma ncnt officers for the chapter will fen lure the meeting Representative from various chapters In Philade phia will be In attendance U S TKKASUKY I5ALANCK WASHINGTON July The treasury net balance for July 2 was 582574845348 Miscellaneous in ternal revrnuc receipts Hint day were Customs receipts for the month through July 24 were S1S 30224470 warded and until then no shlp ulldlng oirtclals will know exactly iclr status The Navy said todays bids were he largest of that character In tha Istory of that branch of thc service Imergcncy legislation during the Vorld War permitted the Secretary t the Navy to allot ships to the yarda without the formality erf bids Shipbuilders will submit figures on I vessels Including the following 16 I thc public works program Two aircraft carriers of 20000 toni each One sixInch gun 10000ton cruiser Four destroyers leaders of 1850 tons each Seven destroyers of 1500 Ions each Two submarines of 1400 tons each In yards will bid on one 8inch gun 10000ton cruiser au horlzed in 1029 but which cannot bo aid down until after January 1 1934 Awards also will oc made for four of the 1850tons destroyer leaders authorised In Vessels remaining to be constructed n NavyYards include three 6inch gun 10000lon cruisers nine destroy ers of 1500 tons each two of the 1400ton submarines and two gun boats of 2000 tons each BOYS BATTALION WILL BE ORGANIZED At a recent meeting of Lynch Brush Post No 1521 V P W it was decided to organize a Junior battalion of boys ranging in age from 8 to 16 years It Is proposed to teach thc boys the principles of military discipline nnd the fundamentals o American citizenship The Post extends an invitation to parents of boys of the ages specified to attend a meeting to be held in the auditorium of the Y M C A building Seventh street and Edg mont avenue at oclock next Monday evening Topics of Times Government Will Aid the Small Home Owner Charles J Ward president of thc i West End Business Mens Associa jtion and also president OT the Dela j ware County Retail Gasoline Dealers Association speaking an behalf of both organizations was highly In dignant concerning thcdecrepit rail road bridge over the Chester creek branch of the Pennsylvania railroad Talk Terrain Miss Uni which mars the new roadway of verse j Washington Boulevard AT LATONIA Gracious Gift Santonin Someone is to blame said Mr Flying Silk Jack IIowc nip Busii Ward It may be the state it may ness Delightful be thc county o iu may be i Wayovcr Forsus Gcnips i railrond company Whether ii is ho Boy Valet Hit and Ran Brother cne or the three wliatcver govern Gcnie Jr Besom Pal ment that left thc highway so unfin j Lhed is deserving of public criticism i G J Hunter cimco inc nicipal highway rieixiriment had for ITALIAN ARMADA TAKING WING AT NEW YORK ON HOMEWARD FLIGHT r Bin Belcn Sultry months endeavored to have the bridge LarlyFlyinp Girl Babcc built before the paving was begun Emmaline H Caradomus The road Is one of the greatest public Weather raining track slow AT ARLINGTON PARK Star Belles Last My Goal Belly U Snow Play ton Bit Lake improvements in public highways leading to and from the city that has been added to our conveniences in many years It relieves conges tion on other thoroughfares It af fords rapid transit for many commut ers It affords an ample outlet for Sun Teatime Louie Dear much of our excess traffic Yet it Golden Sun St Naarc Broomj presents to every motorist availing shot Uformc Kusiy Barashkova themselves of convenience an un pleasant condition For nTSny ysars tVus splendid 1 shortcut ana natural highway was Rope Barry Good and Hot barred to the public It was a road Knowledge Weather clear track fast NewYorkers waving a reluctant farewell to thc Italitn armada as it took wing on its homeward night yesterday The commander General Halo Balbo Continued on Last Pare j is shown studying weather reports with his aides moment before he went aboard his fUfshlp raised arm U signal the takeoff Employes and prospective employes A county swimming pool has en gaged wdmcn lifeguards Now girls who go there get no kick out of pre tending they are drowning Newest Is the invention of water proof books which may be perused while lying comfortably in the bath tub A welcome step in these days of so much dry reading Local auto accessory stores are of fering many things tlvat one can take along on a vacation trip But the besc thing one can take along on a vaca tion Is a healthy bankroll Longshoremen get 20 per cent raise reads a Times headline So now the longshoremen wont be short After hearing the Presidents ad dress a woman raised her maids pay of the Kedora Home Loan Corpora tion rUcndcd tne first school of inj talk structlon In Philadelphia and were frankly tnld that no Local park guards are complaining beer they on Tues wollld it thev lcr full ones there man who should have no trouble get ting his platform together Conlinaeei The Weather The office for the Philadelphia disI Jim Hamilton big lumber man frict which embraces Delaware i a candidate for sheriff Theres ona Clitiler Lchlgh Bucks Philadelphia and Montgomery counties is located in thc SchafI building Fifteenth and Race streets Albert M McVlckar of Reporters learned that General Norwood was last wcck named State j Balbo wore a beard for a purpose office manager So that he wouldnt have to shave wa It was made known that those who presume apply for relief nt the office nn August 1 will not be handed ap plication blanks and a pen Instead in groups of 500 at a time it is now proposed they will be instructed as to what to do Thc very first thing they rmlst do it was announced Is to attempt to secure the mortgagees consent to accept 4 per cent Home Loan bonds in exchange for his mortgage Although nominally 4 per cent the bonds actually have a return of 6 per cent due to the fact that they are free from all except surtaxes in heritance and gift taxes The next step following the mort gagees consent Is the search of title following the appraisal of the WASHINGTON July Pennsylvania Cloudy in north and showers in south portion tonijht Thursday showers liltic change in temperature Western Pennsylvania Cloudy In north portions and showers in south portions tonight Thnrsday showers litlle change in temperature TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m 7 a m 8 a m 9 a m 10 a m WV69 64 11 a m 9 64 Noon 70 68 I p m 69 68 2 p m 6S   

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