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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - August 28, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              FINAL EDITION With AH Latest nd Best of the Day 57TH 17682 Datlv Leased Wire Reports of United Press UP ami Internatlonel Kews Service NS CHESTER PA MONDAY AUGUST 2S 1033 MOLEY RESIGNS BRAIN TRUST TO BE AN EDITOR Assistant President Parts With Roosevelt Planned New Deal AN UNEXPECTED TRAP1 Took Hulls Place at Lon don Parley Latter Dej nics Intrigue HYDE PARK N Y Aug Roosevelt reached the parting of the ways today with Proj fessor Raymond I Moley key man i of the celebrated brain trust who j is credited with originating much of the program of the new deal Moleys reason for resigning as Assistant Secretary of State was given as his desire to accept the editorship of a new national weekly backed by Vincent Astor a close friend of thc President Political I observers immediately interpreted it as a necessary move to keep peace in the Presidents official family Moley is known to have disagreed on matters of policy with his immediate superior Secretary of State Cordell Hull The resignation led immediately to a renewal of persistent reports that Secretary of thc Treasury William H Woodin planned to resign Woodin has been away from his office for weeks because of illness and the recent revelation that his name was on the preferred customers list of J P Morgan brought criticisms from various congressmen Mr Roosevelts parting with the man who had been so close to him that he was often referred to as f assistant President was cordial Moley resigned effective Sept 7 affirming his faith in the President and his program Mr Roosevelt ac cepted his resignation pledging his continued friendship Moleys letter of resignation and the Presidents letter of acceptance were made public at the summer White House yesterday after a con ference held by Mr Roosevelt Moley Astor and Stephan T Early the Presidents assistant secretary The magazine backed by Astor is to be An Adventure in Independent Political Journalism Astor said Moleys differences with Hull first became apparent at the London eco nomic conference Moley espoused the cause of economic nationalism while Hull is thorough going inter nationalist believing in world co operation and the elimination of trade barriers Moley suddenly switched from the stats department to thc justice de partment several weeks ago to under take for Attorney General Cummings a survey looking to enforcement of laws against kidnappers and racket eers The switch was attributed to Hulls reported dcterminationto have him removed from the state depart ment Associated with Moley and Astor in the management of the new maga PRICE TWO CENTS FLOOD CONDITION PITIFUL PLIGHT GETTINGWORSE i OF YOUNGMOTHER Statement Made by Tinij On She cum Township Business Appeals to Police Who Group Executive Aid Her and Children RUMOR CAROL TO WED OLD LOVE David E Trelstersaid today hei The hearts of hardboiled cops will call on Mayor Moore of PhilaclcJj wore softened late Saturday ntRht phia to demand thai emeiRency when a VOUIIK mother nnd measures b taken to alleviate flood two cpnditions in Kastwick and Clear children on the verge of col view sections of Southwest Phlladcl laPse walked Into police headquarters plV1 ijllsl like all hardboiled cops always Mr Inestcr declared that condi i nu c lions are rapidly getting worse rather i mci1 m 1cr than improving in the section where y IUU tllcl1 rolled up their sleeves several hundred families have been la get lie stranded woman and her homeless since they were routed last two tots the quickest possible as sistance Yesterday afternoon the woman Mrs Cora Lee Smith and her chil dren arrived at their home in Balti more Md They rode there in a com lortable car of an express train and had a little money in their pockets 1 Thursday Of hcse about 300 families are still housed in the George Wolf grammar school Eightysecond street and Lyons avenue and 100 or more others who are liviiiR with friends on higher ground arc being fed at the school Mr Tricster president of Greater Eustwick Improvement As sociation called at City Hall Satur day but Mayor Moore was out He was assured by Dudley T Corning chief of thc Bureau of Highways j when they to mention the lined stomachs One who found Mnself unexpeclcd trap at the Western station the only one in the district Open Championships in Chicago was 1 back irt operation and repairs made Vince Cebarill alias Alachlne Gun to dykes Thc pumping station cannot be i i j i i L lllc mpmg siauon cannot ue lack MeGurn A worried look on his operated until the water has sub police arrested him as a vagrant and violator of Ibe criminal laws In the pallcry at the lime of his arrest was his wife pictured during ie matches She was the blonde alibi for Machine Gun lack when he was arrested as one of the St Val entines Day assassins Continued on Last Page Y M R C PICNIC IS BIG SUCCESS NRA Has Direct Effect on Continuation Schools Age Requirement Authorities of the Department of Publicinstruction at Harrisburg arc of the opinion that the National In dustrial Recovery Act will have a direct effect on the enrollment in thc brow he is shown left shortly bej sided greatly Mr Treister said as a new break in the wall between Fort MifTlin and Hog Island along the Delaware has offset repairs made to the wall atPort Mifilin Mr Triestcr said thc water has gone down but little in the tenmile square area with many of the streets covered to a depth of four feet and water above the first floor of ninny homes To prevent an outbreak of typhoid fever free immunization treatments were given residents of thc district today at thc Wolf school and thc city health center at G027 Woodland avenue Philadelphia Dr George A Knowlcs assistant director of health has ordered all wells In the area closed until thc flood subsides fearing pollution and advlsco against wading In the waters Mr the stagnant waters are rapidly reaching a cian sewcragc cannot I ritl n 1 1 speaker Saturday night at has been BIG ENROLLMENT GENERAL BUTLER IS ANTICIPATED RAPS CONDITIONS Principal Speaker at Meet ing of Independent Group Here Saturday Night streets hundd persons attended the meeting Gen continuation schools throughout this I Blltlcr provided all the fireworks for state at the opening of the fall tprm I j Ltrm cnaraciensuc lanes laKing a rap at due to the age requirements for labor conditions in Delaware county nnd Under the act after August 31 no especially thc city of Chester The person under 16 years of age is to be only salvation for the county he employed with the exception that said was to put the independents Several hundred persons attended the annual picnic of the Young Mens Republican Club held at Litwas Farm Twin Oaks yesterday afternoon Many political office holders at tended but political speeches were taboo as the day was devoted to quoits baseball and other games The committee in charge of the outing consisted of Rae Prutsman Harry Pedlow James Cohen Walter Groff and John J Asbell REACH AGREEMENT STRIKE TERMINATED into power Attendance at the meeting was fbna11cvh to chcstcr lnd somewhat discouraging to Gen ler He was disappointed and said so I He Baskedthat the Independents get together and hold another meeting before the election Gen Butler said that thc onlv thing they could say about Major John H those between 14 and 16 years of age may bemployed in trades other than manufacturing and mechanical and industrial trades for a daily period not to exceed three hoursbe twecn 7 a m and 7 p mand the work must in no way interfere with school hours During the past four years the state records show that there has been a sharp decrease in attendance at continuation schools Dr David A Ward superintendent of the local school district has re ceived from James N Rule state superintendent of public instruction a complete listing of data relative to the probable effects of the NRA on continuation school activities and has been asked to attend with super intendents of other districts a special meeting to be held at the school dis uu lu trict administration building in like there are more than two hun nortecTtoTc fair Nomstown on August 31 for discus dred out there Lets get together i sion of possible changes to be made to meet the new conditions The meeting is one of a series of gather informed there are breaks in the dikes mostly in Dela ware county along Darby and Bow creeks Responsibility of the Government the city and Delaware county to keep thc dikes in repair has long been a debated question Repairs arc being made to the dikes along th Reading Railroad Mrs Smith I old polke she was de serted by hcr husband in Philadel phia hist week She struKglcd to keep hcr children from starvation hoping against hope that the husband and father would return Saturday when things looked blackest she decided to pack her scanty be longings and return loBal timore where her parents reside Sin had 15 cents in hcr possession nnd took a P n T route 117 car to this city Arriving at the end of the first zone she was ordered ofT the car by the molorman when he learned she had no more carfare She trudged to this city but was too weak to walk farther when n woman motorist noticed her plight nt Etldystonc slee Hunger This woman brought the family to to cry thcmsi Tears welled Rosen and Detective Seamani when they heard the womans pitiful tale They made her corfortable and also placed the children nn improvised beds until they could remove them to i a hotel Seaman took up a collection from among his fellow officers while Rosen went to a nearby hotel and obtained a room for them He was financially aided by Frank Cohc a Third ward politician who saw that thc family had plenty to cat until they left here yesterday for Baltimore MENS PICNIC PLANS pean nrlnce as u primess According to Charles J Ward prcsl DEATH STALKS LIBERTOHQME Auto Injuries Arc Pal a I to Infant Burned to Death Year Fur the second time in two years grim tragedy yesterday stalked in the home of Mr and Mrs lYedrlcoUli EDGEMONT INN IS SCENE OF RAID County Detectives Make FourArrests and Seize Quantity of Contraband Delaware county detectives last midnight raided Ihc KdRcmont Inn nt Providence road and West Chentcr Association the annual outing at thc I Briiiton Lake Club originally schccii ley township when their foiivcarolr ulnrl foi el it v in i PVUons of Lhn nlacc boulevard In Berkcly Ridi placed four men under arrest 01 CHILD ulcd for last Wednesday lias caused no regrets and thc enthusiasm Is run 1 ning higher than ever picnic will rTTiVXrci hcd and JiLlrCJNo i evening with matches in the rear Fay who is seeking the Republican Of hcr home yesterday almost proved nomination for sheriff was that he fatal for Freda Young 5 of 8 Sixth has lived m Delaware county but two street Upland her dress becoming Suited and causing her severe burns of the entire body before a neighbor ran to her assistance The childs screams were heard by John McClay a neighbor who ripped the burning clothing from the childs years That is only a smoke screen yelled tha general He has been serving the whole country not Dela ware county alone because for 32 years he was a member of the United States Marines Joe Riley chairman of the com mittee in charge called a meeting for last night to make final arrangements for the affair Those present in addi tion to Chairman Rcilly were Charles Levy Joseph F Tercha Harvey Rlt ter Harry Cunningham Arthur Mc Claskcy and President Ward One of the features of the clay will be a quoit pitching tournament open to all entries to be made at the picnic bcdy ancl had hcr removcll to grounds A number of nrlxes will be This meeting here tonight Is all Chester Hospital where she was nd awarded to thc winner and runncr s oocs not Iook lo mc milted Hcr condition today was reI mlsSwimming will be another fca e are more than two nun nf tHA wet Continued on Iast Page SUSPECT IN HALF PINT RAID IS HELD HOG BITE VICTIM and have another meeting before real meeting It Is high time something was done here Ill bet there has not been a clean clec of 1123 Walnut street Chester was leaving thc Went End at 130 p m tion in Pennsylvania in 50 years treated In Taylor Hospital yesterday The time has not been set for the turc of the outing although the com mittee has not planned to hold any aquatic contests Thc Journey to the Concordvillc y Eugene Maitland four years old Club will be made in private cars There has got to be a cleanup or this for a dog bite on the right check republic of ours is doomed You can clean up conditions by thc ballot In Philadelphia when I was a cop we chased all the thugs out of the city I turn trip Striking employes of the South Chester Tube Company returned to work at the plant Front and Thur low streets this morning Several meetings were held by the strikers the final one being staged in Marcus Hook yesterday afternoon when the decision was made to return fol lowing an agreement between the workers and employers HOME FROM CONVKXTIOX i sued A pint bottle partly filled was i found in a field adjoining the house i but police say they found two empty District Deputy Edgar Still of the I B P O E of Reading Al fred Powell exalted ruler of Media and Past Exalted Ruler Joseph Hol land of this city have returned from the convention of the order held re cently at Indianapolis Ind The trip to the convention city was made by motor and on the return trip thc offi cials of the order stopped off on sightseeing trips in Cleveland Ohio and Detroit Michigan U S TREASURY BALANCE WASHINGTON Aug The Treasury net balance for Aug 25 was 5119951365142 Miscellaneous internal revenue receipts that day c lllirc1 inning when an argument were Custom receipts nsliGdUnable to bring about order for thc month through Aug 25 were Although no liquor was found on Somc came hero and many went to the premises police arrested John iCarnden Get busy and elect the i Callieri 34 in a halfpint raid tlcfcct of the Independent Republi I Saturday night at 1515 West Tenth street Callieri whose home address is given as Howes avenue Lin wood i was given a preliminary hearing in i police court today and held in bond i for a continued hearing tomorrow He denies being proprietor of the Place and says he was visiting there the tiriifi i tectivcs Continued on Last Page MOTORIST HELD TO ANSWER CHARGES New Map Is Prepared By County Engineers The County Commissioners have recently arranged lo have drawn up a of Delaware county which l1G i n n nid borough principal traffic markers and elevation above sea level The 1x a C n i ri f 1 Ifii township and map Daniel died in Tivioi C f the victim of m automobile accident Prom what charges of violating lhe state la forbidding the operation of pcnsarics on Sunday and of lllcga ixjsscssioiv of liquor to County Dptcctivc CharlesiT Smith who was in charge Oi theraiding party theplace lia been operating all day Sunday it direct violation of the law and man complaints hnvc been received re eimling Ihc establishment Tho men inrested were Alphonso Papa alleged proprietor Harrj Walker listed as manager Lnwrsnc Devlnc said to have bacn a bartender and Jark Mathls listed as head waiter All thc men gave thc Provldcnc Inn as their place of residence were held in siooo ball each for cour at a hearing before Maglstrati Porwood Clark of Olenolden NATIONAL DRIVE BEGINS TO BRING ALL UNDER CODE Volunteers Start Canvass of S ma 11 Employers Lasts One Week Automobile Pact Signed Coal Agreement Hits Snag Deadline Tuesday WASHINGTON Aug Volunteers began a nationwide can vass of small employers today as tha government pushed its national re covery drive Into a critical Approval of an automobile cods brought all key industries under the Blue Eagle except coal but observers feared complications in its appllca ton because of a clause tempering the labor provisions of the National UlC attitude ot Negotiations for an agreement on a coal code struck a snag when con ferences halted between nonunion operators and leaders of tho United Mine Workers Administrator Hugh b Johnson has threatened to im pose a code on thc holdouts unless afircemcnt is reached by tomorrow i no deadline was understood to have been Ixcrt by President Roosevelt On the eve of the drive to line up small business Johnson estimated thiU from 70 to 80 per cent of tho nation s employers were operatlriz under codes or the Presidents re employment agreement He told tha volunteer canvassers we cannot af ford to fall and bcsecched them to refrain from intimidation and vio lence during the oneweek drive lie said tho government would collect evidence asalnst violators and present it at a public hearing Wo shall use every lawful and proper means to protect thc public and their competitors he declared We shall go the whole distance wherever the Bine Eagle Hies wo shall keep his wingsclean and his talons sharp The automobile code raised the question of what wilt Henry Ford do Ford did not participate In thc con ferences which evolved the code and he did net Indicate his attltudo toward it He is not amember of thc National Automobile Chamber of Commerce which was set up by the code as the body to administer it and he always Continue on Last Page UNGUARDED CONVICT MAKES HIS ESCAPE Police of this andnearby counties today continuing a search for Mnnccs convicted seaman who walked away from Broadmead pws Farm yesterday morning Mances who Isdescribed as being 5 feet 5 inches in height weighs about 135 pounds and Is of dark com plexion was last seen making hLi way towards the Baltimore pike The fugitive luis n scar on his right wrls It is thought lie headed Baltimore Md The prisoner was committed from Mnrcus Hook oncharges of assault and battery nnd carrying concealed deadly weapons He was assigned to lann work and had been unguarded for several days prior to his dis appearance r the police was playing highway near his home Saturday evening about 830 oclock when he dnrtcd out of the way of an approach ing automobile nnd collided with another car driven by Edward Wynn of UU Stiles street Ridley Park The child who was knocked clown was taken to Taylor Hospital Ridley Park where he was found to bu suf fering from a fractured skull He caccl 115 a m yesterday Deputy Coroner Horace B Griffith of Nor wood took charge of the hody Wynn was arrested by police of Ridley township and arraigned before Magistrate w C Henderson who held him In hall to await the actio of thc coroner A year ato last December an cIcvcnmonthoM child Of Mr and Mrs Libcrato suffered fntnl burns while lying in a coach in hor home 5000 CliRSTElFBOYS READY FOR OUTING I He weather man predicts showers phla Steps will be taken to revoke luiuijurauira I LOCAL VETERANS and last According to police a large quantity SHOWERS COOLER alleed li VjVMtJCjI of alleged liquor was found In the An orchestra was blaring out gny J WEATHER FORECAST thc raiding party tngOf D tectlves I 0 Smith August Neimcyer and Ray M I Kaplan and A McNcal a state i detective hurst in on the scene I Police say the place a f render vous for members of the theatrical j and sporting fraternity hi Philadcl1 shower h n Jcr temperature here yes nt 5 and 5 m wlUl thc de8recs above highest temperature frU i iHIU iMht Thursday rain Interfered nnd caused postponement of the event More than 150 business men and tiiz iiitiii IIIKI i t mi iJlloMKnS lilPn 1M M Pedestrians in the vicinity of 1o as complete a one for general information as yet put out by the county clty officials arc listed on th enm Third street and Highland avenue j officials and can be seen any time in the engineers office at thc Court House he raid was conducted by dc 1 narrow escape from injuries last i As shown on the map Concord and Radnor townships are the largest in lives who say an operator secured owned by I cacll Milhournc Borough is the smallctwith L j 11 kjcij an ILUI aUJUI CU wjr i i n i nv ift I Hi Mil it IlLijU WlCii a buy in the place before the WllllanV 32 of 2207 West i mlfs arca largest in population in Rcsc Valley with 303 search and seizure warrant was isi Elcvcnth street mounted a sidewalk 1 1JMJ spa level is Ncwtown township which has a high on the northeast corner crashed into polnt of fc1 above thc sea fivegallon cans and some coloring liquid in the house raided OFFICERS ARRIVAL AVERTED TROUBLE a store window and then kept on i going north on Highland avenue Cooper was arrested some time i later by police the ownership of the j car having been traced by thc license number He denied driving thc car When given a preliminary hearing in police court today he was held in S500 bail for a continued hearing Patrolmen McKinney and Handy KunTVre i Jeffrey Sain rdav S an n thc at first denied n6ht A I knowing who was driving but when i he faced Magistrate Honan today he reluctantly admitted that he knew was operating his car and was i The following statistics arc shown on thc chart DIXAUAKK COUNTV Area 135 square miles Population 1930 273 CR2 1D left the field and a free Several spectators HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY BT United re preparng to hurl briand dr r who ordered held for questioning by dei tectives Another alleged hit and slated as run er EMERGENCV AMBULANCE appearance in police court today was later learned that a car AT HAWTHORNE Monk Suiicman Lark Glove Weather clear track fast AT CONEY ISLAND Thr rescue wagon of theFranklin j driven byAlexander crashed into a Fire Company was converted into an i Parkcd car owned by a man named j ambulance last evening to answer an Davisof Mary and Market streets emergency call to 219 Concord ave Davls failed to appear to press the nue when James Payne was suddenly charges and the ball was forfeited stricken ill in his home He was because Alexander was driving withI taken to the Chester Hospital and out cards at the time of the accident admitted for treatment j report of the accident was made by police who made the arrest nor were any charges preferred by the police i EMPLOYES TO ORGANIZE A mass meeting to which all em Area 4G 056 82 S2 87 34 077 093 025 138 087 240 022 086 100 035 101 13 11 08G 105 075 131 005 033 46 100 003 020 075 Population 53M3 2273 2659 BSD 717 5055 7G97 20fi2 3R93 2BhG 3200 24H 100 1431 25 BOYBALL PLAYERS CAMP LIFE Linwood It is reported by those planning the gathering that the em Princess Scrap iron Hogans Pride Chester High school will onen for Dreamy Belle f Weather cloudy trak I VV1 iOl I rhe fall term with the largest enroll ment of students in the history of the institution More than 2200 stu dents from this city and outlying dis tricts are now registered on the books 1 of tne school Municipalities Chester City Aldan Borough Aston Township Bethel Township Birmingham Township Chester Township Clifton Heights Borough Collingdale Borough Colwyn Borough Concord Townihip Darby Borough Darby Township East Lansdownc Borough Eddystonc Borough Edgrnont Township Folcroft Borough Glcnolden Boroiish 4 43 J Havsrford Township 21325 Lansdcvvne Borough 7732 Lower Chicheslcr Township Marcus Hook Borough Marpic Township 555 Media Borough County Seat 535 Middlctown Township Mlllbournc Borough Morton Borough Nether Providence Township 2330 Ncwtown Township iyQ Norwood Borough Parkslde Borough irasDCCt Park Borough 13B Radnor Township 51 Ridley Township Ridley Park Borough Rase Valley Borough 331 Rutlcdge Borough 7Rn Ttt I ttl Twenty members of the Reed A C Juniors a boys baseball club in the Second ward are enjoying life at Camp Cottman named for their manager Clarence Cottman Vis itors to the camp yesterday were Mrs Joseph S Stringer and daughter Dor othy Mr and Mrs Earl G Hcisner Mrs George Clinc and daughter Nellie Mr and Mrs C Scott and daughter and Mrs William Dewccs and family 11 064 017 031 64 145 93 43 10 063 66 74 60 32 3874 1497 4626 12317 8322 Sharon Hill Borough Springfield Township Swarthmore Borough Thornbury Township TInlcum Township Trainer Borough Upland Borough Upper Chichestcr Township Upper Darby Township Upper Providence Township Yeadon Borough 3325 Elevation Above Sea LCVD 10 to 100 120 i to 330 100 to 460 160 to 480 50 to 200 fiO to 240 20 to 100 20 to 80 1GO to 440 10 to 100 5 to 120 120 5 to 40 IfiO to 20 to 60 40 to 100 lo J20 fiO to 140 20 to 100 5 to 40 120 to 485 n to 350 fiO to 400 Cff to 120 120 to 200 ioto 150 to 500 10 to 100 30 to 100 10 to 100 200 to 430 10 to 120 40 to iOO 80 to 240 120 to 140 20 to 100 nft 0nClaS ntC com rnlUoeJn chcrue of activities At least well known citizens have GET INVITATIONS Sunrise today was at fi25 a m and p Eastern From the reunion committee of Company A of the Old Slxfh Regi ment Pennsylvania Volunteer In ment and thc news should be of par IT LHrlJl Jy Tlrnolhv McCarcy city health offi cial His assistants will he Charles Garland president of the Chester Roys Club Eugene Rcpctto William H Krell HuKh Collins Norman Peter Smith ancl Charles Flounders The parade will form at 1010 a m at i siKnil of one blast nf the city fire siren At 11 a m thc parade will start when three blasts arc scunded STORM OF YOUNG CAMPERS ticular Interest to thc Spanish War this city which furr i for the regiment Federal forces in 9fl FIN NEAR TWIN OAKS BANKRUPTCY SCHEDULE Samuel M and Lillian P Young BrynMawr filed a schedule in volun tary bankruptcy proceedings in tha District Court of the United States on Saturday listing liabilities of 58269 and assets of Topics of Times i omciais wno i from weeks mediate Investigation g under canvas on the eastern i shore of Maryland and each of the I bnys had a vivid Impression of thc i Defectives here arrested a fellow who is said to have sold bad booze to a 13yearold girl Probably he figured she wouldnt know the differ ence Scientists who have been trying to communicate with Mars says the messages go unanswered Which sccrns to advance the theory no uouniy detectives arc endeavoring women are on thc planet to trace thc owner of a wife which was found along Dtitton Mill road Norwood legionnaires werent sora near Twin Oaks this morning by because they got gypped out of tho Ernest Rollins Thc safe had been i corps championship this year mown open presumably some time lllls tme they are used to it during the nlfjhl Rollins notified the The Springfield post paraded in kilts m tho Legion parade They may be cool but we think shorts would have been more appropriate ARRANGES KOR FNQIJEST adventures of the storm made upon1 Coroner j Evans Schechle will A cilaP stabbed several times by a his memory conduct an inquest tomorrow afteri refused to tell detectives her The three campers Lylc Aley 1010 noon in he case of John C Weber name Maybe she was Just a lady Potter street Joseph Crockett 108 of n03 Bar tram avenue Collingi fricncl East Eighth street and Orovcr was fatally injured while i son 416 Penn street staunchly from A mls MacDade tained their decision to spend the en bollcvartjThe inquest will be held lire week In camp despite the severe c of of the Peace The Weather storms and on two occasions their i MacBrlde MacDade boule ln i sc5SiLn Poland Tuesday Not much Mto 320 walm within Uvo oi their held at noon Wednesday In the intn Km iicru i Y c A building Seventh and 5proul streets His topic will be 40 to 220 HO 16 480 5 to 25 5 to 40 10 to lOO 60 to 30T 6ft to 260 30 to 380 20 to 100 Total 278662 BATHER INJURED j What the NRA Means to Your Busi Stanley Vaskus 40 of 624 Fair mount avenue Philadelphia while bathing In Lripcrr Quarry yester day struck his left foot against a rock severely lacerating his instep Vaskus was removed to TAylor Hos pital where seven stitches were re quired to close the wound in temperature New Jcrsry Cloudy probably fol lowed by rain tale tonight and Toes day Slightly cooler tonight and Tuesday DROWNS IN MIDNIGHT SWIM Edward Kelly 21 was drowned in Pennypack creek early today when he and several companions went swimming at midnight to seek relief from the heat TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m6811 a m a 7 a m68Nocn 7t 8 a m70 1 p m 80 3 axni74 2 p m83 10 a m 74   

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