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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - July 31, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DAILY AVERAGE NET PAfD CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE lONTTiS ENDING DECEMBER 31 1932 FINAL EDITION With All Latent and Best News of the Day 57TH 17658 Dally Leased Wire Reports of United Prrss UP International News Service INS CHESTER PA MONDAY JULY 31 1933 PRICE TWO CENTS 10000TON SHIP DAMAGED BY FIRE SINKS AT WHARF Fire Department and Sun Shipyard Brigade Given Five Hours Battle FIRST KIDNAPER TO GET DEATH Five Firemen Overcome by Smoke 2 Negro Work men Had Narrow Escape Five members of the Chester Fire Department including Chief Alox Calhoun were overcome by noxious gases and smoke and many others were affected less seriously while fighting a five hours battle with flames that gutted the interior of a decommissioned refrigerator ship at the plant of the Sun Shipbuilding and Drydock Company foot of Mor ton avenue early yesterday morning The blaze believed to have been started by an acetylene torch being used by a workman in the hold of the vessel had been burning for nearly two hours before plant fire men sent in a call to the city de partment for aid The five most seriously affected were Chief Calhoun Burgess Hart man Felton Company James Lamb Moya Company John Sweeney Franklin Company and Thomas Smalley Good Will Company The battle raged for five hours before the flames were brought suf ficiently under control to sink the ship Even then when the hulk of the 10000ton craft settled in 20 feet of water fire and smoke continued to pour f rom ihe superstructure During the battle with the flames an emergency firstaid station was erected on a pier by members of the Moyamensing Company and the Franklin Rescue Squad More than 50 firemen received treatment at this station for slight injuries and effects of smoke Nearly every piece of apparatus in the city was ordered to the shipyarc by Chief Calhoun and two count companies the Eddystone and the Felton Hose and Chemical Company of Feltonville were ordered in to city stations until the return of the muni cipal apparatus The Trainer Fire Company stood by for possible service Two plant workmen both Negroe escaped being burned to death whet trapped in the hold of the burning vessel They managed to escape but only after a hose line that they had been playing on the flames was burned from their hands Plant officials were unable to esti mate the damage caused by fire and water and the expense necessary for the raising of the hulk lor completion of demolition BOY SCOUTS AID POLICE IN SEARCH FOR MISSING BOY Latest Clue Indicates Clif ton Youngster May Be Hitchhiking Searchers Scour Woods and Drag Streams in Eastern Part of Countv OCONNELL YOUTH AFTER RELEASE First man in he United States o be sentenced to death for kidnaping Waller II is shown at the rtoor of his Kansas City cell after his conviction as the abductor Mary McElroy of CODE SCHEDULE NOW EFFECTIVE Eddystone Mfg Co An nounces 40Hour Week Plan and Pay Increase Spurred by a single clue that Arthur Biron nine years old of Clif ton Heights may have joined four other lads in n hitchhike to the west coast Mrs Ida Biron mother of the boy today fondly indulged the hope tljat the little fellow missing from home since last Thursday may have succumbed to a love of adven ture that grim tragedy is not re sponsible for his strange disappear ance Meanwhile more than 200 Boy i Scouts members of 15 Delaware County troops members of several American Legion posts and state highway patrolmen yesterday scoured the surrounding countryside in an effort to discover some tangible clue to the boys whereabouts Underbrush was beaten and streams were dragged in a 10mile circle about Clifton Heights as the distraught mother of the boy waited at her home 120 East Washington avenue for some tidings J D Woodward assistant scout master of Clifton Heights Troop 1 3oy Scouts of America who was re sponsible for enlisting the aid of 15 other scoutmasters in the search for Arthur received information from the Hoprietor of a tourist camp and gas oline service station on Baltimore Dike near Oak Lane that a boy an swering young Birons description was WILL PROVIDES FOR BURIAL OF PET Directions for the death and burial Df her pet dog were given in the will of Mrs Caroline Calhoun late of St Davids probated at Media Put Nana the dog to sleep the Lining up solidly with the NRA officials of the Eddystone Manufac turing Company this morning an nounced that a new schedule of an eghthour day 40hour week and a 10 per cent wage increase would be effective immediately The announce ment was made to the force return ing to their various tasks today to butiin another week and served as a boon to those on the payroll of the concern The schedule also pro vides that there shall be no work on Saturdays In order to continue the present scale of production at the plant which is a dyeing and finishing establish ment of the Bancroft Company which operates textile plants in Read Ing Pa and Wilmington Del in ad dition to the local plant there wil be an addition of about 90 worker made to the plant force it was said today and a two shift system will be put into effect with one shift from 7 a m to 3 p m and the othei from 3 p m lo 11 p m Coming from the old schedule of a 524 hour week the employes will work 40 hours per week and will re Continued on Tape Ten BURGLARS CONFESS LOOT IS RECOVERED Two burglars arrested yesterday by police of Radnor township confessed to entering seven homes in the Main Line section and stealing loot valued at approximately The sus pects gave their names as Samuel Rocco 35 of Old Lancaster road Devon and Perdinando Giggilippi 45 Columbia avenue near Third street Philadelphia A portion of the loot was recovercc by Sergeant Detwiler of the Radnoi police department in a vacant house in Philadelphia Among the stolen goods found in the house was an Oriental rug valued at which was stolen from the home of John A Tillotson Conestoga road Wayne Today police are plannine to con front the suspects with John H Me Clatchy whose home was robbed i week ago P N G COMPANY GETS GEN PRICE TROPHY per cent increase Delay was encountered by the day I pass out the will directed I celv Lho samo wage as UleJ formerly Get a pill covered with chocolate j recelvedt the old weck Pus the 10 sure she gets enough Please use the money from my life insurance to pay the undertaker the will read for my funeral and Nanas The dogs resting place is to be fixed just as Pona and grave vault Mrs Calhoun directed For her own body she directed that the executors get me the cheapest asket that you can Anything left was to be divided between her brother and sister who are Grover C Sanson of 211 St Johns place Brooklyn N Y and Mrs Frances Reiners The will was written on the inside of the lid of a cardboard box dated October 8 1932 The estate is estimated at S50 per sonal property and in realty As no executor was named letters of administration have been issued to Lydia P Taylor of 319 Summitt avenue Wayne Mrs Calhoun died on June 2 New York City In GANDHI TO LEAD MARCH AHMEDABAD India July M K Gandhi still i emaciated from his recent three I weeks fast tomorrow will lead 17 men and 15 women followers on a i march through Indian villages preaching individual disobedience to BritishIndian laws If Gandhi as he expects is arrested his com panions will continue the march AWARDED SCHOLARSHIP Miss Ruth Trostel of Penn ave nue Yeadon has been awarded a fouryear scholarship to Wilson Col lege Chambersburg Miss Trostel vho is the daughter of Mr and Mrs W C Trostel was graduated from Swarthmpre Hign Schoolin June and is assistant superintendent of the junior department of the Yeadon Presbyterian Church Sunday School Eddystone Manufacturing Company officials in going under a code for the various industries of the NRA as ill their particular branch cf the textile industry there were special factors of process and operation en countered which would not fit in with the plans arranged for others of the textile group All these special factors were compiled by the officials and were submitted at the many conferences and hearings which re sulted in the final adoption of a code which fitted into the general plan of production of the company One of the obstacles which had lo be given consideration was the use of perishable dyes in the companys branch of textile work which makes it imperative for the plan to be kept in continuous operation while a single order is being completely pro cessed However the schedule as adopted by the company this morn ing puts into effect the highest con ceivable use of the code set up by the NRA for the benefit of the work ers and for a hasty return to pros perity CAMP RIKKARDS ML Gretna Pa July thei second week of combat in the field battalions of the Pennsylvania KIDNAPERS FREE YOUNG OCONNELL 3 MEN ARRESTED Son of New York Political Chief Released After Davs lohn J OCoimell Jr ueariiijj Is shown his father ill hi uncles summer camp near Albany a few hours after he youthful scion o the politically iKiwerful OConnclls was released hy his abductors after belnr held 22 days CITY WILL AID THE TAXPAYERS Consider Ordinance Exon erating Treasurer From Collection of Penalties RECEIVE BLUE EAGLE EMBLEMS Postal Officials Prepare l Distribute Them Among Employers An ordinance of extreme impor tance to every property owner in exonerating the city treasurer as collector of city taxes from collection of penalties on cer tain unpaid taxes was adopted on first reading at a special meeting of city council this morning The ordinance introduced by John J Luttrell director of the depart ment of finance reads in part The city treasurer as collector of city taxes is hereby authorized for suf ficient cause to receive the amount due on any unpaid city taxes for the years 1930 1931 1532 and 1933 with out penally and to give full receipt therefor provided that the payment of said tax is made to him prior to the first day of September 1933 It is expected that the new edict will be passed on second and final readings at another special meeting I probably the latter part of this week An ample supply of eagle emblems of all NRA types bin an vIOOOO Ransom Paid Au thorities to Break Case Soon With Arrests THOUSANDS GET WORK THIS WEEK UNDER U S ALBANY N Y July Ihrco men were tnkcn into custody todny less than 24 hours nftci lohn J OCoimell Jr heir to the imiiipotcnt political empire of the OCoimell brothers was released b lis abductors following payment of 40000 ransom Authorities let 11 be Mown they expected to break the RSC quickly with the arrest of six lien The men were uol Identified as uilhprltlcs subjected them lo Intcr District Attorney John T Dclaney preserving the Intensive he inaugurated with he rc nrn of young OConnell refused to say if they were suspeulecl of being actual members of he kidnaping ang or of having knowledge of the gang OConnell little the worse for his 22 dnys In captivity WHS at the nountalM camp of his uncle Daniel OConnell where he WOK returned cnrly yesterday morning He had told Ills story only to members of his family Dclnney Issued strict orders not to talk to outsiders especially to newspapermen A crowd of detectives were concen trated on the hunt for the kidnapers Tuesday Set As Deadline For Operation of Presidents Drive For Industrial Recovery Over The Nation Rush Sig natures To Agreements For More Pay and Shorter Hours Continued on Iacr Ten DAMAGE SUITS FILED AT MEDIA Government Surrenders To Retail Temporary Arrangement Made for It on Week of 48 Hours Instead of Required 40 Companies in Line With Program At First Fought enemy Fully equipped for an extended campaign the second battalion of the lllth Infantry regiment left Mt Gretna in a series of army trucks and advanced 22 miles to the north simulated I by legislation passed at the last state session Ordinance No 23 fixing the time descriptions arrived this morning the Chester postolllcc and a fore of clerks was getting the emblems i readiness for all employers who re turn their compliance ccrtlfical which they received in the Presi dents letter last week Hundreds of acceptances are pour ing into the office of Postmaster John K Hagerty and before night fall it is expectedthat every em ployer in this district will have per sonally returned his or her certifi cate The Delaware County Chamber of Commerce officials who have worked unceasingly and untiringly to aid in the Presidents program today mailed out questionnaire to every employer The first query is Have you signed and mailed President Roosevelts agreement for national recovery Other questions concern the clos ing and opening of business houses the number of hours the concern will on fixed Tuesdays to 10 a m was pnssed on second and final readings In the future all the slated meetings ti 11 iu aLncci mcctngs Tn5tntnJ rOIT held at 10 a m on alternate Engineers of Philadelphia un der Captain John V Murry a section of the division motor transport com manded by Major George P Drake Harrisburg and units of the 107th and 108th Field Artillery Other units of the lllth and 112th regiments comprising the 5Gth in fantry brigade marched away on combat problems in units of bat talions and companies held on special small arms ranges adjoining the big target range The Major General William G Price trophy was presented to Com pany D 112th Infantry from Butler under the command of Capt Edward A Madden winners of the 28th Di vision basketball championship I will be held the following day The following were appointed dele gates to the annual convention of the League of Cities of the Third Class at Erie September 21 and 22 by Mayor William Ward Jr Mayor Ward Councilmen John J Luttrell William M Powel George J Hunter Walter H Craig City Solicitor A A Cochran John T Ross city control ler S P Gray city treasurer Albert H Hughes city assessor Benjamin naircs when filled out and returned will be compiled and n complete re port filed with Hugh S Johnson na tional administrator Various groups In similar lines of business have planned meetings Lo work out a code of their own Most of the Chester mcrchanls have al ready adopted their codes having held meetings last week Business men in outlying towns have followed the example set by Chester mcr In a suit filed al Media by Albert M Ackcrman and Mrs Elizabeth C Ackcrman his wife compensation Is asked for injuries which IL s claimed Mrs Ackermim received in an auto mobile collision at Cricket avenue and county line road Ardmorc on May 14 last The collision occurred be tween the Ackcrmtm car iind one be longing to Patrick DlMarcello who is named defendant Attorneys Rcllly and Pcarcc filed the suit In another suit filed by Lhe same lawyers William Burke and his wife Mrs Cora Burke arc asking damages from J C Rhoads of Drcxel Hill claiming that Mrs Burke was In jured when struck by the Rhoatls automobile on Garrett road nt Fulr fickl avenue Upper Dnrby The ac cident happened on January 18 lust while Mrs Burke was attempting to cross Garrelt rond John G Taylor on behalf of his son Mycrlc L Tnylor has started ft damage slilt against Lyman L Moyer through Attorney William C Alexan der On November 6 1932 il Is claimed young Taylor was walking on the Concord road from Mt Hope to Village Green when he struck by the Moycr car and sustained paln lul injuries Mary Evans is suing Sara Wclgold of Wnyne avenue Drcxel Hill for Injuries said lo have been received on September 3 1032 near Ripley N Y while she was a passenger in Ihe Weigold automobile The car turned over it is claimed Attorney William C Alexander filed the suit BOY IS FATALLY INJURED IN FALL ARRANGE TOR MKKTING An interesting program has been Albert Testonl 7 years old died In the Mercy Hospital Saturday of In juries sustained when he fell down the steps of the newly renovatec Chester Boys Club headquarters n Front street and Concord avenue Thursday afternoon Death was clue to a hemorrhage o the brain The boy a son of Erncsi and Vcra Tcstoni was at play wltl STEEL INDUSTRY TO DELETE OWN UNIONFROM CODE Laments Indication leaves Way Open for Workers to Organize Secretary of Labor Per kins Outlines Views at Formal Hearing WASHINGTON July Organized labor aided by Ihe Re covery Admlnlslration won a slg victory Lodiiy In Its fight to give the 500000 steel mill workers of the country the right of collective inrgninlng The slcel Industry with drew a code of fair competition pro Islon aimed at retaining the com panyunion scUips of Lhe Industry Lament indicated the Industrys vlllinuncsslo make the change after Recovery Administrator Hugh S Johnson had bluntly suid he con Idercd the provision The provision would have pre vented organized labor from union zing attempts inLhe steel mills Johnson ssvld that company union section appsarcd to be contradictory to the National Recovery Act The head of the steel Instllulc however said that while this section would be eliminated from the code il was Lhe Inlenllon of the steel in duslry to preserve the satisfactory relation bciwccn industry mid labor as It Is now maintained In Lhe in duslry Lamont changed the code In tvn olher parllculnr The code specified minimum rates of pay of 25 ccnls and 27 centa per hour In Lhe south crn and Birmingham dlslrlcts La mont said rcprcsentallves of southern milts would be in Washington today to settle the final figures for south ern pay He indicated they would be higher Lhan Ihe 25 cents and 27 cents rates The code proposes a 40hour week for the steel industry and Lamont defended this proposal with the as sertion that on less than a 40 hour week tho Industry positively could not arranged for the meeting of the other boys when the accident which Newsome city clerk H H Ward of Delaware County Democratic League j resulted In his death occurred the city planning commission and I of Polish Descent at 8 p m Wedncs zoning board and William Provost day in their hcadquartersf at 724 Jr member of the city planning Morton avenue A number of promi commission ncnt persons will be among those who will address the gathering I WEEDS COVERING UNIMPROVED LOTS BANKRUPT SCHEDULE ACTING 1OSTIUASTKR Postmaster General Farley at LEIPERVILLE MAN HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY fBy United WOMAN BLOWN TO BITS IN CAR BLAST Husband Sought by Police for Questioning License With Abraham Litwin Upper Darby a schedule in voluntary bank ruptcy proceedings in the District 1 Washington D C today named Court of the United States Phllartcl several acting postmaster among phia Saturday listing liabilities of them Alfred P Smalley of Swarth He will be burled from the hom of his parents tomorrow morning Angels mass will be said in the Church of St Anthony of Padua and interment will be In St Michaels j cemetery I Plates His PORTERSVILLE Pa July INS State police today launched a widespread manhunt for James Rubright Harmony garage mechanic In connection with the fiendish kill ing of a woman identified as Mrs James Rubright near here early today The woman was literally blown to bits when the automobile in which she was sitting was ripped apart by a terrific explosion which roused who yearly suffer from hay fever I look with regret to the approach of August 15 which marks the begini ning of the hay fever season For those who can afford it doc1 tors advise an ocean trip or a vaj cation to some section where the LITTLE RELIEF TIRE BLOWOUT FROM HEAT WAVEi CAUSES FATALITY INJURED BY AUTO WASHINGTON July Tuesday set as the deadline for tha operation of President Roosevelts blanket code to promote his Industrial recovery program the Capital today presented a beehive of industry meet ings where committees sought to complete agreements to escape tha provisions of the executive decree The first surrender on the part of the administration was on record to day as Brig Gen Hugh S Johnson administrator of tho National Re covery Act accepted a temporary ar rangement from representatives of the retail trade which allows lor tho employment of workers for a maxi mum week of 48 hours The blanket code provides for a maximum of 40 hours for white collar workers and 35 hours for skilled labor Tho retail representatives accepted the wage minimum of but Insisted upon the longer work week for the smaller establishments in the smaller towns and villages of Ihe country Many of these stores at tha present time it was pointed out have been operating for ns high as 60 and 70 hours per weck Other developments of the national recovery program over the weekend were Steel manufacturers were planning a finish fight to escape from the cods which provides for collective bargain Ing while representatives of the Amer ican Federation of Labor were primed to fight the openshop provisicm of the Iron and steelcode Independent oil producers and members of the American Petroleum Institute were still at loggerheads over tho question of a lease and licensing system of marketing and were awaiting the report of a com mittee which seeks a harmonious agreement Secretary of Labor Perkins having returned from the bituminous coal and iron regions of preparing a report ontho steelIn dustry Hundreds of thousands of Continued on Page Ten BALBO FLIGHT STILL HELD UP BY FOGS operate the mills and meet any de mands on them materially in excess of present production Warning the steel barons of the country that serious consequences will result If the Industry cannot by its own efforts pull itself out of the de pression Francis Perkins Secretary of Labor today offered testimony at SHOAL HARBOR N F July bad weather over the North Atlantic made it unlikely that General Ilnlo Balbo would or der his fleet of 24 Royal Air Forco seaplanes today to start for Valen tin Ireland on the return flight to Italy Strong ad versewinds continued to blow In wealhcr Coast was better after 24 hours of fog and rain midAtlantic though the along the Newfoundland Topics of T5 mes the hearings She suggested a 36hourweck as offering Interesting opportunities for reemployment of a large number of persons She advocated a weekly wage of more than MlM Perkins cited figures lo prove her assertion that this industry prc Cotitinued on Iagt Ten Onfry Zayatz 70 years old of MG Chester pike Is In Taylor Hospital Ridley Park Buffering from possible fractured ribs the result of an automobile accident on Chester pike it Lelpcr street Eddystonc early this morning According to police the man stepped in front of an automobile common ragweed is unknown nuui for the poor unfortunates who have Mercury A gain Soars YesGlcnolden Woman y to remain at home little hope for t i c ir n c i i r i n pcpar street Wilmington Del Morris H terday OnC OI Hottest Of RclallVCS Injured When was arrested by Patrolman Phillips Present Season relief is held The common ragweed Is Ihe chief offender in this locality said Dr H C Donahoo today groups will perform a civic duty by clearing the weeds if the city can Another day of sweltering heat was Auto Overturns Mrs Mildred Abrams 30 years old of Ridley township following the nc icident SUCCESSFUL ANGLERS MONOXIDE GAS KILLSTWO MEN Rosemont Man Overcome When Repairing Car Other Victim a Suicide nnf i Si can in prospect for this area today after at I7 Cooke avenue Glenoldcn Pishing enthusiasts among mem with offices at not compel the landowners to do so i nf npar a daughterinlaw of the late Ellis j hers of the Good Will Fire Company and Lancaster there Is an ordinance on the books I a wefpna o nearrecord temper AVomr t Nn 9 arc nntHnuinrr in vi rirnrl hnfnm i TIU i i 1 11 which make it mandatory books for all atures While Abrams former sheriff of Delaware No2 arc continuing to uphold their a gentle breeze was county her husband A Dun ton reputation as anglers and a group j sleeping residents in Portcrsville two owner miles away property owners to clear their lots blowing from the norlh this morning Abrams 31 hrr parents Mr and i that mad a fishing trip to Woodland party work charge It to the relief and as tl I i hours wore on the mercury soared i Chester residents actually i for breath yesterday it being one sevenyearold daughter of Mr and j of Norman Johnson Sanford Smalley Seen to walk from his garage yes terday and collapse Frederick B Neclcy 59 a manufacturers agent with offices at his home Lowrys lane avenue Rosemont was dead before a physician who was summoned could administer treat ment Dr J Evan Schcchle coroner of this county who investigated the death paid the victim was overcome by carbon monoxide gas while work Boston has an Information booth clerk who answers 5000 questions a clay Huh Friend of ours who has a young son says he often answers that many just In an evening France increases tariff as much as 1000 per cent on some articles Sam Insull went to Greece Dont tell us Joe Grundy has gone to France I Many a fellow who started up with a shoestring winds up with a tincup Italy now has nearly a million un employed But there still seem to plenty of jobs for Mussolini The horse is coining back to ths farm reports indicate Maybe thats the source of all that talk about stabilization Movie star so the Hollywood press agents say practices singing his popular song hits while In the bath tub Maybe that explains his Hauid notes Antirepeal leader says prohibition speakers should popularize their re marks by making more wisecracks Docs this mean we are to have soma dry humor Mrs Abrams were injured last night j anri Robert Johnson were guests of I ig on his automobile and died of gas Deputy Sheriff Harry Leary ran after a prisoner in the court housa the other day Hes been running for political offices so long he should in good shape National guardsmen have been called out to do strike duty Sn tha coal fields Will this blacken their record Nancy Hijrh NcwburRer Gracious loe K Beauty Pelronius John Shadow Dawn Ridge Lady Irene Attempt Samiw iVeathcr cloudy track fast AT HAWTHORNE Sad Knight Off Sub Later cloud trick Gift blast eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey to anyAhnre State Police Sergeant MI Crowley i Maryland j pooisand parhs r itivciM ciii u 14 i lit Ji i n l j j l U3 IlJl ijlflol IUI 11 I toUl La r Jill OL111 I Monkcyshmc Busted Gaypal Sky some distance from the scene of the j forccast for toda5 and tomorrow in watering places but little relief was Tnn olhcr occuPants of tno Cfir i Letters of administration have been iiiffv u i eastern Prnnsvivama NPH ere Swimming wcrc taken to the Atlantic City Hos issued to Mrs Elizabeth B Bullock 4 rtllu wo havens for somepital Mrs Mary Smith 53 mother i Of 720 Parker street this city to ad dispatched men to Harmony and to hghest temperature here rcUcr but UloSP wno wcnt the victim suffered severe shock minister the estate of her husband to 95 deSrees at 415 p m foVin Vecklnra cSollne Her husband William suffered a John A Bullock who died In Ocean secKinb a cooling ofcczc lound GrovCt N Jt on Junc 3 Is estimated at A daughter Mrs Helen G B Chandler of 718 surrounding points in an effort locate Rubright The man said to be the husband of the dead woman Is sought for questioning only at the present time Crowley stated Rubright was brought into the case when license plates on the shattered machine were traced to him Relatives at Harmony said he had spent the night In bed at their home i wnere he lived He left they said to renair a truck but they were un able to state where he could be found Rubrighl the relatives said had tne 630 am The average was eight degrees above normal of 77 The highest tempera ture ever recorded here on July 30 was 97 in 1917 and the lowest was 58 in 1914 Sunrise today was at 558 a m and sunset will DC at 816 p m eastcm ta the shade of their home There was no relief from the heat in town as the less fortunate soon learned The streets sent heat waves rising from the asphalt and concrete An idea of the intensity of the heat is given best by the hourbyhour record of the temperature which i shows that for more than 14 hours WASHINGTON July 31 the mercury stood over thr Badcgrcfi The Treasury net balance for July 1 mark and for eight of those hours daylight saving time XL S TREASURY BALANCE been married but they added they 28 was 883511656986 Miscellaneous I over the 90degrce point aid not know whether he stH was j internal revenue receipts that day The humidity cild its worst to make married or whether he hsd been were Customs receipts I the day worse than it would have Q vorceo They did not know where for the month through July 28 were this wife lived 112193644671 J Continued on Ten Traffic homeward bound from the seashore was Impeded by the accident Motorists assisted in carrying the dying and injured to the hospital FUNERAL A large delegation of Chester Negroes yesterday wcnt to Philadel phia to pay their last respects to Dr Charles A Tirdlcy In Tindley Temple Broad and FHzwater street Dr Tindley founder of the church which bears his name died last Wednesday at the age of 74 His funeral was held at 11 a m today and burial was made in Eden ceme tery Springfield road Colllngdale East Eighteenth street and a son John A Bullock of 720 Parker street also survive SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC Members of the Sunday and Sum mer Bible schools connected with the First Italian Presbyterian Church Third and Fulton streets arc enjoy ing a picnic at Chester Park today Rev Dario Tcdesco pastor of the church and the teachers of the vari ous classes arc in charge of the pro gram of entertainments lor the young people the house to call latehour breakfast The car motor was still running when po lice and physicians arrived at the home Believed to have been mentally unbalanced as the result of business difficulties Albert Pharo 41 of 4905 Woodland avenue Drcxet Hill ended his life by inhaling exhaust gas from his automobile on a lonely road six miles from Barnegat N J Saturday afternoon The body was found by a berry picker who notified slate police They forced open the doors of the auto mobile and found a rubber hose at tached to the exhaust pipe and lead Ing up through the floor boards Mrs Pharo when notified of her husbands death said she was of the belief that he had gone on a fishing trip They have a cottage at Ship Bottom The body was removed to the Pharo home today for burial The only forgotten men these are the local socalled Democrats expected to get their share of plums The Weather WASHINGTON July for Eastern Pennsylvania Generally fair and continued warm tonight and Tuesday except probably scat tered thundcrshowers Tuesday aft ernoon Western fair and continued warra tonight probably followed by local thunder showers Tuesday Cooler afternoon or night TODAYS TEMPERATURE 6 a m 7611 a m 80 7 a in76 Noon 82 8 a m76 1 p mM 9 a m il 2 p mM 10 a m 78   

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