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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - July 27, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE 1ONTHS ENDING DECEMBER 31 1832 FINAL EDITION With All Latest and News of the Day 57TH 17655 Dally Leased Wire Reports of United Press UP and International NewsService INSI CHESTER PA THURSDAY JULY 27 1933 TWENTY PAGES PRICE TWO CENTS EMPLOYERS OF AFRAID T0 MARRY THE NATION GET US WAGE BLANKS Agreements Include Vol untary Plan to Shorten Work Hours Five Million Forms Sent Out Immediate Signing Is Urged WASHINGTON July Voluntary agreements to shorten working hours and establish minimum wages were placed in the hands of employers throughout the country to day Attached to the printed forms was a personal message from the President of the United States urging prompt signature and compliance with the reemployment drive now going forward with all the fervor of a war time appeal to patriotism Postmen were given the task of dis tributing the agreement forms to every one of the 5000000 large and small employers in the nation The agreements provide a work week of 35 hours and a wage of at least 40 cents an hour for factory workers and industrial labor For clerks store employes and other white collar workers the maximum work week is 40 hours with a min imum wage of to S15 a week de pending on the size of the city The administration wants the agreements to go into effect at once EO there can be a quick spread of em ployment and increase in mass pur chasing power The campaign for sig natures however will continue in fur force for five or six weeks Every block of every city will be canvassed before ihe job is completed Reemployment of or 6 000000 men by Labor Day is the goal u g Announces Allotment 13 DEAD IN PH1LAJLONDON PARLEY OF POISON DRINK ENDS ROOSEVELT OTHERS MADE ILLSENDS MESSAGE Report Death Liquid Was President Declares Cached by Bootlegger nomic Conference Halt Thefts Not a Failure Kco Was Two Persons Blinded Sev eral in Hospitals Eight Arrested S c cr e t a r y H u 11 Also SpcaUs Rapping Critics Cox Optimistic Jeaimclte MaoDnnald movie beauty back from France says epidemic of divorces in Hollywood has made her afraid to wed Robert Ritchie who has been her fiance for three years Ritchie is her business man ager Photo taken on her arrival in New York shows a new coiffure she is making popular Her mother re sides at Stonehurst this county GIVEN FOR RELIEF IN PA Families States Aid List Off Events in Washington strengthened previous indications of the strong hand which is at the tiller in this greatest of all American economic ad ventures Administrator Hugh S Johnson declaring that the necessity for mov ing quickly is obvious took an active part in formulating a code of fair competition which can be applied to the chaotic oil industry In the oil code Johnson faced a more difficult task Not only are there controversies between the op HARRISBURG July orators and the workers but dispute i ing a reduction of approximately 55 after dispute between the oil men j 040 families on relief lists since Mayl lUUit 1 UIN WASHINGTON July Fed eral Emergency Relief Administration yesterday allotted to Penn sylvania bringing the total for that State to and to Mexico bringing its total to With 13 persons dead two blinded and a half dozen others critically ill today from drinking poisonous liquor in West Philadelphia detec tives investigated H rumor that tht death liquor had been cached de liberately by a prominent bootlegger to halt theft of his wares Eight persons have been arrested and some of them have admitted selling the liquor they had found in a vacant house The barrel police learned had been placed in the house last Saturday The motive behind the planting of the poisonous liquor police rca soncd had its origin in the activity of a group of petty hljackers who systematically preyed upon the I wares of the suspected bootlegger and caused him heavy losses Determined to end the pilfering the bootlegger left the 5gallon cans of wood alcohol in the vacant house where he knew it would be fcund by ihe thieves and sold Resulting in the deaths of persons who drank it he apparently reasoned police said would cause their apprehension and arrest The first deaths from the poison liquor occurred Tuesday when a man and A woman died Yes terday eleven more deaths occurred in the West Philadelphia section Physicians said the symptoms were the same in every case The victim was attacked with severe stomach pains followed by blindness and con vulsions Death came suddenly after the attack The fatality records were found in the Misericordia Philadelphia General Presbyterian and Hahne AIMEE RETURNS A PICTURE OF CHIC mann Hospitals Among the victims were two women The victims according to police are John Purnell Negro Richard Continued on Page Thirteen themselves The hearings have been Continued on Page Thirteen STABBED BECAUSE HE REFUSED LOAN Charles R Kimber insurance com pany executive has hovered be tween life and death since Tuesday night with a stab wound in the neck today had taken a slight turn for the better hospital authorities in Phila Ihe State Emergency Relief Board has reduced the allocations for food grants for August The money available for food or ders was reduced by 5 per cent in Philadelphia and Allegheny and by PRINCIPAL CHOSEN 15 per cent in other counties Total food grants for next month are S5 435556 of which Philadelphia will receive I May marked the high tide for families on public relief the total j thc George P parr of Bristol elected supervising principal of the public schools of Morton Borough a a meeting of the school board helc last night in the Sidney Smedle School in that borough by a three to two vote LONDON July World Economic Conference con vened with high hopes of lifting the nations from their economic distress adjourned today with nothing ac complished but with the encourage ment of a message from President Roosevelt saying it was not R fail ure und was not dead Secretary of State Cordell Hull also expressed hope in one of the closing speeches for future accomplishments Prime Minister J Ramsay MacDon ald president of the conference de clared that Ihe recess is not a finish The conference adjourned ftt 437 p in with some doubt that it would ever reconvene despite the optimistic speeches During the conference the secretariat issued eight tons of docu ments and communiques In his message the President in sisted he did not regard the confer ence as a failure The plea was in the form of a ncssagc addressed to Prime Mlnlstei Ramsay MacDonald of Great Biit iln chairman of the conference anc end before the plenary session b Secretary of State Cordell Hull chief of ihe American delegation We in the United States thu resident said understand the prob cms of other nations better toclaj han before the conference met We trust that other nations wil n the same spirit of good will view j Back on American soil aflrr seven months abroad Almce ScmulK Mcllirr our American which are S0n lluUon expressed lieisdr us tremendously shocked by LOCAL SHIPYARD OFFERS LOW BID FOR SUBMARINE Sun Shipbuilding Company Could Have Keel For Fighting Craft Laid by tract Award Will Mean Operation of Plant at Capacity for Many Bright for Work Coming Here Local Concern Offers Flat Bid on Each of Two Types in Competition With Others and Is Found to Have Low Figures for This to Select Which Kind of Underseas Boat to Be Built GETS DEATH FOR KIDNAPING GIRL Missouri Jury First in U S to Invoke This Penalty in War on Abductors KANSAS CITY Mo July Death was decreed by a jury here today for Walter convicted of the ransoi H McOce kidnaping aimed to overcome our unprecedented economic situation at home In an extraordinarily frank address at the final session Secretary of State Cordell Hull flayed critics of the con ference and blamed its pnrtinl fail ure upon the complete jumble and chaos of business and general eco nomic conditions He said he did not believe the domestic economic policy of the United States could be blamed for the adjournment He urged other nations in the world to adopt similar Internal recovery programs For those either pessimistically or wantonly inclined to attempt further to handicap the conference in its par Continued on Page Thirteen Y E STERDAY QUIET IN POLICE CIRCLES i i 11 i While 13 deaths from poison liquor He will supervise the work In both j wcrc epoltccl n Philadelphia yestcr Smedley and the Wheatley delphia said His alleged assailant a University of Pennsylvania class mate and close friend James L Eustace Jr 28 Philadelphia was in jail without bail pending the out come of Kimbers wound meanwhile police advanced a theory that Kimber who has identi fied Eustace as the man who stabbed him was attacked because he re fused to lend Eustace to make restitution to the insurance company on checks and orders Kimber police said discovered Eustaces speculations four months ago and had kept him from arrest He refused however according to being 467000 in that month The schools and his salary will be reduction in less than two months per year William Champ and Wilj cent the board Ham Mitchell were elected janitors r A n 11 J 1 t 1 nuv 11 J n Hi i ioi VN in 1 UWU1 LlCU I of tne Smedley and Wheatley schools hcre b in tn f L d ot rnintinc J was 12 per former nounced The board also granted 5500000 at salaries of S500 psr year for milktiistribution for August and I Announcement was made thai the allocated 38360 for Japanese beetle tuition for scholars attending the control in cooperation day not a single inebriate was seen on ihe slreets of as it may seem Hot a single arrest was recorded icr husbands suit for divorce when is shown here shrarrived il Norfolk Va Note her chic Iarlsian travel outfit FIREFIGHTERS HELD FOR COURT Nine of New Lin wood Company Charged With Violation of Ordinance with the U S Department of Agri culture For work relief on another 1000 miles of macadam construction on rural roads the board allocated S600000 from Federal relief funds for August as the first allotment of S5000000 in Federal funds which will be spent to pay common labor Lansdowne and Media High Schools still remains unpaid for a portion of the past term It was said that these arrearages would be paid in the fall after the taxes had been collected The directors authorized repairing of the fire escape on the Wheatley school before the opening of the fall term William Brosnan presided at the meeting Thc new supervisor is ers from August to April 1934 This a of Nanlicokc West Ches moncy which comes from Fedora relief grants is in addition to S18 the police version to supply funds 891000 in Federal road funds which needed by Eustace to clear himself j have been awarded to Pennsylvania tr Teachers College University of Pennsylvania and sity Columbia Univer many moons that Committing Magis trate Michael A Honan was con fronted by a clean docket Not only no arrests were mads but not an automobile accident hap pened to mar the perfect day The only reports being made by police were those pertaining to Irlvial mat ters One case was heard in police court today II was continued from Mon day morning Thomas Burke of Chester Heights who was arrested late Sunday night after an aut mobile owned by him collided with Nine members of the Friendship Fire Company No 2 of Llnwood were arraigned for hearing before Magistrate Joseph Mann of Llnwood last evening charged with violating Lower Chichester township ordinance No 175 rclallve to the movement ol fire apparatus in the township Those accused are William Lewis president of 158 Harvey avenue Join Larkln Sr driver of Huddcll ave nue Mortimer Gilbert engineer o Huddell avenue Huebcr Marshall chief of Maize avenue Robert La Fnvc trustee of Rlchardson street Edward Lyons financial secretary o Huddell avenue Boolhwyn Sninue1 McDonough recording secretary o Boothwyn road Andrew Marshall trustee of Summit street Josepl Dougherty treasurer of Huddell avc1 nuc All were held in bail fo the September Grand Jury Prosecution was authorized nt i special meeting of Limvood Fire Com pany No 1 and the Information wn supplied by the president D Is Skinner acting on orders received b him at the nieeling Thc incidents leading up to th PLAN CAMPAIGN Dissatisfied Followers of G 0 P Meet at Media Will Organize RAIL SHOPMEN CALLED JUKI j T i TVTO iui iith ui uviuuncc roi and hc spent cities 1 GUV JLLHlVl A JN b ILAiNb i lowing the crash at Fourth and SAYRE Pa July thousand Lehign Valley Railroad shopmen who have been working but two days a week for more than a year will start working four days a week after August 1 E E Loomis president announced today An increase of 30 per cent in the companys business has made pos sible the increase employment Loomis said and boroughs and on main highways as well as rural roads Lawrence Solly Philadelphia was appointed today to assist the State board in developing a program in conjunction with the Federal relief administration for the care of tran sient and homeless persons The amount allocated to Delaware county is reported as 574130 BLAST KILLS GUARDSMAN Tni XT VI r Ulv i 1 I one driven by George D Glcmiy 418 j hearing last evening arc that the Stinger street Philadelphia was diKI two companies have been id odcis ever charged for lack of evidence PolI since the inception of Lhc Friendship group about three years ago At that time there was but one lire company in Llnwood No 1 and a RIXGL1NG SUES FOR DIVORCE SARASOTA Fla July John Ringling the circus magnate today filed suit for divorce from his wife Mrs Emily Haag Buck Ringling charging extreme mental cruelty which he alleges aggravated his recent serious illness The Ringlings were married December 19 1930 in Jersey City N J U S TREASURY BALANCE PANA 111 July nois National Guard officers today were investigating an explosion and ALBANY N Y July The extraordinary session of the Leg islature was requested today by Gov ernor Lehman to suspend State anti trust laws to permit New York to take full advantage of the National Recovery Act He recommended the following legj Lslalion make inapplicable Ihe Slale antilrust and antimonopoly legis lalion lo any transactions permitted j Rcaney slreels two men jumped from Burkes automobile and ran Burke was later arrested on suspicion of being the driver He was partly intoxicated at the lime There being no evidence to prove that he was driving the car hc was discharged on payment of a fine of and costs on a charge of dis orderly conduct GOING TO WILD WOOD Continued on THRO Thirteen IIONKYMOONKKS HONORED Thc Bachelors Club an organic tipn composed of Sixth ward have residents planned ROME July and foreign honcymooners in Rome will be presented with fiveday free tickets on all Rome street cars and buses it was announced today State rail recently granted an 80 per to Opening shots of n proposed cam paign of Independents to capture places on the county Republican ticket it the September primary elec tion were fired at a meeting held in the Media Armory last night with about 400 men andwomen In at tendance Now leadership In the party was urged by several speakers Including Major General Smcdley D Butler The retired marine ollicer declared that unless the Republican parly can dig up some better candidates than they have been showing us re cently we Republicans will never have another man In the White House Unless there arc better can didates Im going to keep on voting the Democratic national ticket the rest of my life Referring to Delaware county General Butler exclaimed This county smells Youve got of your citizens you going to keep on following them Put good men in olllce and if they dont do right put them out Put men In olfice with moral courage which Is the scarcest thing in American life today Let us as Republicans stand for u reduction In ihe 12bllliona year crime hill Put honest men In oflicc and crime will be curbed General Butler also blasted Phila delphia and Chester counties Phila delphia Is a cesspool politically he declared Its people have rings in their noses but theyve had rings so long they wouldnt be happy without of Miss Mary McElroy daughter of Judge 11 F McElroy city manager of Kansas City The jury returned a verdict finding UcGcc sillily of plotting and leading and recommended thai ic be harmed for the crime The recommendation is mandatory under Missouri Inw The verdict of the Jury wivs the Irst case in which the death penalty HIS been invoked in the war against kidnapers McGee received the verdict without emotion He was seated In the court room with his mother and sister when the members of the jury filed in to report I heir finding to Judge Allen C Southern Conviction of McOnc ciime Just two months the daring abduction of Miss MclClroy who was seized at her home while other members of the family were absent She was taken to an isolated house a few miles west of Knnsns City nnd chained to a basement wall for more Continued on Vane Thirteen COURT RULES ON STATE BEER ACT fire aboard a moving motor bus filled 1 under an agreement or code of pracj rjdc to wildwood N J Sunday with militiamen which left one ticcs approved by President Roose1 bus chartered for the occasion will j dead and six others severely burned I vclt under the National Industrial leave the headquarters of the Roma Maurice Harper 20 of Mount Vcr Recovery Act of thc couples straw POSTPONE KOXING SHOW The Brinton Lake amateur boxing WASHINGTON July The Treasury net balance for July 25 was Miscellaneous internal revenue receipts that day were Custom receipts for the month through July 25 non died last night pital here in Huber Hos LUTHER TO RETURN TO U S BERLIN July foreign office spokesman today denied reports that Dr Hans Luther would not re turn to Washington as ambassador Luther supplementing the denial said turn A c on West Third street at G show scheduled for this evening at make violations of such codes i a m for the resort and will leave the Concordville open air arena has in intrastate commerce a rnisdej wildwood for the return trip at 81 been postponed until tomorrow night meanor punishable in the same man ner as is provided in the act grant the consent of the Stale to the use by the President of a State or local officer to effectuate policy of the NRA provided the Gov ernor consents thereto I and my daughters will re T A p A TV AT AATrUTT THTFF i to Washington very soon Vrlirr IS REPORTED DEAD oclock in the evening due to uncertain weather conditions PITTSBURGH July The provision of the State beer con trol act setting June 1 as the dcad Inc for application for beer licenses does not apply until next year Judge William H McNaughcr ruled In Al cgheny county Common Pleas Court Judge McNaugher held that the imc between passage of the law and June 1 was so short that such re striction should not be applied this year Hc added however lhat afler this year It was a just provision The decision was In the appeal of Amelia Ziikrcnsk Pittsburgh against the refusal of County Treasurer Rob ert S Gain lo Issue u license because she applied on June 27 S A IlTHMORFTaTlA D GETS SCHOLARSHIP The Sun Shipbuilding and Drydock Company offered Ihe lowest flal bid for the construction of R submarine for the United States Navy it became known yesterday when bids on 21 naval vessels were opened at Wash ington D C Thc bids for Hie lighting craft which will represent an outlay of up wards of were opened by Secretary of the Navy Claude Swan son In thc presence of ranking admirals of the Atlantic and Pacific ilccts and some 200 civilian ship builders Thc bid of thc Sun Company how ever did not contain a clause pro viding for the adjustment of labor and materials bids by tho Electric Boal Company of Groton Conn with a clause providing for the adjustmonl of labor and materials under the NRA program were lower than the Sun Companys bid The Sun Companys bids on Ihe submarine was for one type and for thc other The navy will decide on which type then will award thc contract perhaps in a few days Bids by the Electric Boat Company providing for the adjust ment of labor and materials wero and Olllclals of the Sun shipyard today Indicated thc keel of the first sub marine could be laid by Ihe middle of October This ijould result In the reemployment of hundreds of former this work corvibincA with Ihe work already contracted for would keep the plant running at ca pacity under the Shipbuilders Code for over a year The company would of course fol low the governments instructions or suggestions as to hours of work and wages The spreadingfloodtide of Jobs which the program was nlined to create rjpcdthe historic shipbuild ing basin of this district and will mean full dinner pallsfor thousands of workmen in this area and happl Conlmuctl on f age Thirteen ness and contentment for their families The neighboring shipyard the New York Shipbuilding Company of Cam den N J which has sent many ships down 1 Is ways to Join the fleets of Uncle Sam was low bidder for a light cruiser and Jor four of the 1850ton destroyers There Is a possibility that It will be awarded a second light cruiser in addition The New York Shipbuilding Com pany bid was for the con slrucLlon of one light cruiser and a ship If It obtained con tracts for both cruisers At thc Camden yard today it was declared that the keel of the first HARRISBURC July The State Council of education today announced Robert E Eichc Reisding as the winner of the Nathan C Schaeffcr memorial scholarship Elche for the last six years has been a Continued on 1ugc Thirteen WITHDRAWS COMPLAINT HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY Bj United Press AT tATONIA Jodie K Betty Farrell Newshawk Me Hickory Lad Julie Irene Lovely Amelia Winoso Playshoot Regis Play Legality Dawn Blithe tic Nina Louise KLlh La Ilcovi Buddy Apolis Delightful Kaposia Ridge Lady Brown Panther Rock Campbell Elecla Babe Judge Judy George Webre Weather cloudy track slow AT ARLINGTON PARK CRASH MARS NEW ATLANTIC FLIGHT Five Injured as Plane Sinks in Sand and Slips at Dub lin Airdrome Modified U S Martial Law for Kidnapers Butler Idea The kidnaping racket now sweeping obvious reasons are powcrlcrs In July I the nation could be slopped within combating kidnapers and Federal Muto Japans supreme a month Major General Smedley D authorities are greatly handicapped SHOWERS PROBABLE IN THIS AREA TODAY Showers are predicted In Eiistcn Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware nnd Maryland It will be mostly cloudy and somewhat wjirrner tomor row Showers are probable Ihcn also The highest temperature here yes terday was 73 degrees nt G p m and the lowest was fi5 nt 7 t in Thc avcrafjc of 09 was eight degrees below normal for the date and seven degrees below the average July 26 last year Maximum lernpcrature for the date is 101 established in 1802 and min imum 56 In 1920 Sunrise today was at 5 55 a m and sunset will beat 820 p m Eastern Daylight Saving Time tcacherof English In Ihe DuBols School High The scholarship Is valued nt to be used by a Pennsylvania tcnchcr for KdvnncRd study He Is a graduate of Swarthmore College In 1920 3 IJILLTOTNTTLASSES BEER CONSUMED TOKIO Nobuyoshi representative in the new independent state of Manchukuo died today under j mysterious circumstances which j aroused the suspicion he was the vie States declare a modified form of Butler said today at his home at by inadequate laws and small forces Newtown Square Let the President of the United Urn of an attack martial civil rights The Japanese public was informed 1 and civil courts only in cases of of investigators Most kidnapers are cither old time General Muto died at Changchum capital of Manchukuo but the press was forbidden to pub lish details a m in gangsters and well soon sec the end of the rats who live DUBLIN Irish Free State July 27 General Muto was supreme Jap on ransom noney the fiery marine general said Under Butlers plan of modified criminals wilh police records or boot leggers and gangsters A real Federal force of provost marshals operating under the district marshal would have little trouble in bringing in the criminals and gang sters within a month And the action wheels of thc plane in which anesc military commander in Mani maritial law there would be no Australian aviator Captain chukuo and served as his coimtrys to call out the armed forces of the Ulm and three com mea i of thc provost court woujd hc swia need the Charles T P and sure uninfluenccd by political DEMOCRATS CHOICE FOR THE SHRIEVALTY Tile first gun in thc Democratic barrage for fall elections was fired yesterday when thc name of Nathan Pechin county chairman of thc Democratic Party was unofficially named as the party candidate for sheriff Mr Pochin says he approves although his hat will not be in the ring officially until this evening when John Baron 1128 West Ninth street who filed a complaint with police Tuesday evening that his parked automobile was struck by an automobile owned by a resident of Butler street causing damage esti mated at appeared in police court today and refused to press charges against the accused driver Iater it vas learned that his damage amounted to about Topics of Ta rnes NEW YORK July 27Americans have qunired 3 021 600000 glasses of beer since legalization day April 7 said C D Williams secretary to United States Brewers Association loday Total sales since April 7 he said have been 8324472 barrels Produc tion In June over May Increased 351000 barrels BALBO NEXT HOPS ACROSS ATLANTIC Flight of Italys Armada Set for Saturday From Shoal Harbor Nfd Charley J Ward has been quoted as rapping that railroad bridge Concord road Why pick on anything so old and feeble Charley Evidently thc sponsors of this NRA movement want it understood that they want No Run Around Little Dick lells us the reason peo ple say race track bettors follow the ponies Ls because the average beltor never gets ahead of them The price of rubber jumped 10 per cent yesterday To the average mo torist that seems like stretching it too far The National Recovery Act is de signed to help everyone This will be good news for the poor gink who has been keeping his motherinlaw for the past few years A Marcus Hook girl recently re turned home from a vacation with a SHOAL flARBOR N F July hubby she claimed she hooked on Italo Balbo studiedhe After looking him ever ocean charts and weather reports toj some of her friends thought she ought and panions planned to fly to North ica sank in thc sands at Portmar nock airdrome nsar here today re sulting in injuries to five persons In attempting to take off on diplomatic envoy topK over direction of military campaign against China In thc closing weeks of the Manchurian war and remained abroad after thc new stale Was set up the SambO anempimis u iunu un uii nit p t T TTm 171 General transatlantic project the wheels of MA LHJil 1 rL the plane sank in the sands and while 1 planks were being put underneath to raise It the machine slipped i i Three persons were pinned under the fuselage and two others were also I injured They were taken to a hos OF I ASTOR IS MARRIED a marshal in each section affected by racketeers with power to arrest al criminals on sight he said imme diate trials would be held before a provost court which would be con ducted like a military court martial The essence of trie former marine generals plan would come when the racketeer faced the court The suspect would be asked to Then after Congress assembled in December national legislation cover ing kidnaping and carrying of con cealed weapons could be approved and a national police force organ ized That such a method has pre cedent and Is effective is clearly shown by the Marine guards on mail trucks in 1921 and 1926 he con tinued In 1926 in a five month tho entire slate will be named by i clay while the crews of his Italian i to have thrown him back thr county committee at a meeting seaplane fleet rrfuclcd and ovcr lo be held at Ihe headquarters of the Media Democratic Club INSTALL NEW INDICATOR Bit Our Rose Salute Grey Yonder Bonnet Good and Hot Tigrht Rope Weather clear track fast r iAPLOW fcng July show how he honestly earned the period bandits killed H mall clerks o Lady Astors daughter the Hon Phylmoney which permitted him to live i and stole When the Us was married today to Lord in expensive apartments and drive Marines were sent to guard the mall Ulm with P G Taylor G L Al the Earl of Ancaster loughby de Eresby son and heir of i highpriced cars he continued and under a modified form of martial when he couldnt show an honest job law the robberies slopped Instantly For the last three weeks the me i chanical fire alarm Indicator In thc Good Will Fire Companys headquar ters Providence avenue and Potter street has been out of order Yes terday a new indicator was in stalled and the members are appre ciative of thc order given by Direc tor of Public Safety Powel to replace thc disabled indicator States Rangoon and other peaces Patricia Ramsay Queen Mary sent priced lawyers no Jong drawnout on evidence secured by thc Federal Machine trouble slowed them con an unique gold reticule 35 a wedding viderably From New York they plan to Go len and wireless operator J A The wedding was held in the vilj for the past few years he would be After the emergency was over SEEK JEWELRY IN RIVER ST BRIEUC July French salvaging company began op erations to recover jewelry ac cidentally dropped in the River Trleux by Mrs J C Blackwood of Philadelphia Mrs Blackwood lost a valuable pearl necklace and platinum bracelet hauled their planes for a takcofl on We are against any Hosiery Cods which does not provide that all our the homeward transatlantic flight The start will be deferred until socks bo kePt darned even if the wife Saturday In deference lo the superj disagrees stitlon that Friday is unlucky It was reported It was originally planned for tomorrow There was some doubt whether Balbo would take the planes by way of Valentia Ireland and Amsterdam Holland or Marseilles France or by way of the Azores Islands and Lisbon The Weather WASHINGTON July forecast Eastern Generally fair and slightly wanner tonight and Friday Western Generally fair tonight and Friday except pos Mblr local thunder showers near Lake Erie Friday afternoon little fly Continued on Thirteen gift The bridegrooms mother is an American the former Eloise Breese of New York litigation under the Butler plan i police force The only appeal would be to the j But for prompt effective action President of thc United States hc j against the kidnaping gangs thc said former Marine general sald modi Local and state police forces forfled martial law U the answer Portugal f A Rome dispatch said the Italian air ministry believed winds would dictate Balbos choice of route In the belief that he might try to get I clnrc n temneralure home by Sunday thc dispatch said m mooring and other landing arrange mentswere rushed at Ostia the port of Romcl But 23 planes of the fleet were moored at their buoys Shoal Har TODAYS TEMPERATURES m Continued on Pace Thirteen 6 a m62 11 a 7 a m 62 Noon 8 a m6fi 1 p m 9 s m67 2 p m 10 a m68 72 73   

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