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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - September 7, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              WE DO OUR PART 57TH 17691 Dally Leased Reports or United 1rmt UP aud International Service INS FINAL EDIT With All Beit News of the CHESTER PA THURSDAY SKITRMBICR 7 Im BOMB THREAT IS SENT CARDINAL IS ASKED Police Seek Would Blow lates Mansion Fanatic Up Pre Servant Says He Talked With Stranger Says He Will Return for Cash RESPONSIBILITY FOR FATAL TRUCK CRASHJSPLACED Delaware Coroners Jury Holds Maryland Motor ist Now Awaiting Trial Finds His Negligence Was Cause for Deaths of 4 Chester Picknickers EIGHTEEN PAGES A man with a scar on his nose The responsibility for the truck ac was being hunted today by Lower j cidcnt at Holly Oak Del on Aucust Menon township police as the person 21 in which fom young persons that threatened to bomb the resii this city lost their lives wa nlirprf deuce nf rtarriinni nniiriiiiu Jles Placed deuce of Cardinal Dougherty unless the head of the Catholic Diocese of Philadelphia paid him Identification of the man de scribed by police as a maniac came from Thomas Frederick a servant in the Cardinals home on City Line avenue and Orchard Lajie Merlon near Philadelphia A man has been loitering around the estate for the past three weeks Frederick said today and I know he is the man who sent the threat ening letter because he told me last night he would be back tonight for the Frederick said he was a fanatic who had the idea the Cardinal had made him lose some money The man is about 40 he contin ued and has a flat nose with a long scar on it He has talked with me a great deal and explained how the Cardinal has been persecuting hisp Usually he has come between 5 and 7 oclock in the evenings and has stood by the kitchen door I have talked with him frequently and thought he was a harmless person with a persecution mania Frederick failed to explain why he had not notified Lower Merion town ship police of the mans actions and threats When the cardinal lurried the letter over to police last night a heavy guard was established immediately about the palatial home The alleged extortionist did not return last night Police planned to remain in ambush tonight for his promised return He said he would give the cardinal five days to pay him the money Frederick declared and tonight would be the second day upon Henry j Knott of Roekdalc Md driver of the truck loaded with soluble cotton which struck and over turned the Chester picnickers truck by the coroners jury last night at the inquest held in the Levy Court rooms of the Public Building in Wil mington Del The verdict read that Daniel Ma honey Henry B Cummings Francis Gaskcll and Jennie Chlasta cume to their deaths of third degree burns received in an explosion which re sulted from the truck they were rid ing in being struck by a truck driven by Henry Knott the accident having been caused through the negligence of Knott Knott who is being held under bail on a charge of manslaugh ter did not testify on advice of his attorney John J Morris Jr WHERE FOURTEEN DIED IN ERIE WRECK city driver of the other truck said he had stopped when he noticed the lights that when investigation had failed to show anything wrong with them he had started up and gone about 15 feet when struck in the rear by the other truck Frank Maginn who was riding in the front seat with Watson corroborated his story None or the otter picnickers who testified last night however could recall the trucks having stopped after leaving Wilmington This was virtually the only conflicting evi dence brought out at the inquest All who testified told of stopped at the Black Cat at State road to get a new fuse of having picked up two Wilmington boys there whom they dropped near Front and Market streets and all were positive that the truck was traveling slowly INTERVENTION CUBA SEEN MORE SHIPS SEN S f ry Sporadic Outbreaks Seizure of SugvrC Scattered Killings All Unconir Revolutionists May Take U 5 Insecure Tries to solidate Its Fair Play Roosevelt Orders Practically AH Fighting sels in Atlantic Waters to Hold Themtelves in Readiness to Start on Short Swanson Navy Chief En Route to Havana Ignored by Junta From the way he talked to me One the interesting features of I think he planned to come every 1 tne inquest was the sharp criticism Yi icrll inifil rJn IT rt f f Jin night until the fifth day Members of the cardinals house hold with the exception of Frederick refused to comment on the threats Continued on Page Two CO MAN ENGAGES LAWYER IN OIL of most of the witnesses of passing motorists who failed to stop and ren der aid The death of the four persons can be attributed entirely to the neglect Continued on Page Five RECEIVES JROTARY MERIT AWARD Mrs Violet Ferry teacher of geog raphy in the DeweyMann public school Third and Yarnall streets was presented with the award offered by the Chester Rotary Club at the session of Teachers Institute held yesterday morning in the auditorium of the Chester High School Ninth and Fulton streets for the most out standing work accomplished by any teacher in the city schools during the past term The award in the form of a check for SoO was accompanied by an en bossed certificate encased in a neat frame setting forth the accomplish ments of the recipient Speaking of the award this morn ing Josiah Sleeper an active mem bev of Chester Rotary Club who was instrumental several years ago in having a resolution passed by the club to make a yearly award to the teacher in the schools for outstanding work during each term regarded said that Mrs Ferry not only helped her pupils with their studies but had during the term exerted her influence cases Judge Gibson postponed the j home and helping them with their hearings September 12 to Sep garden problems That she had done much in the way of teaching them knowledge that meant much in the way to leading the way to useful citizenship The presentation was made by PITTSBURGH Sept Samuel Untermyer internationally known attorney has been retained as chief counsel for Robert R Knight Lansdowne Pa in his suits against L Mellon and five associate of ficers of the Gulf Oil Company charging income tax evasion At torney Morris L Marcus announced at the Federal Building today Mellon is president of the Gulf Oil and a nephew of Andrew W Mel V Ion former secretary of the treasury and ambassador to England Knights suits against the six of ficers charge income tax evasion dur ing the years of1026 to 1930 and involve approximately The actions were brought under an old statute by which the prosecutor of such cases is entitled to half of an such cases is entitled to half of any verdict returned for the government Morris announcement was made in connection with a request before Federal Judge R M Gibson that hearing on demurrers filed by Mel lon and the other defendants be de layed several weeks to give Unter myer an opportunity to study the tember 18 Made a short limeafter the disastrous train wreck at Blnclmmton N Y His picture shows rcwuc workers Irvine scoped wood coaches of the Chicago to New York Express Fourteen were killed anil more ixlricnU victims from the cle i hundred Injured NRA MOVEMENT IN THE WEST END In addition to the general meeting in the Red Mens Hall Third and Jeffrey streets this evening called to advance the NRA movement there will be a regular meeting of the West End Business Mens Association This will be the first regular meeting since before the summer adjournment As the West End Association is co operating in a wholehearted manner with the campaign of the blue eagle it is believed the members will accept in an official manner any plans or suggestions advanced at the NRA ses sion NEGROSTUDENTS OPPOSE SCHOOL ROOSEVELT PUTS FORD NRA ACTION BOARDIULING UP TO THE PUBLIC SAYS WEATHERMAN JRBAGSHAWSR RITES CONDUCTED Big Delegation of City and County Volunteer Fire men Attend James R Bagshaw Sr 73 who died suddenly last Sunday morning was a true volunteer fireman one who had given the greater part of his life to the service of his community and the esteem in which he was held was shown yesterday afternoon when he was laid to rest firemen of all companies of the city department and representatives of every volun teer fire company in this county at tended the obsequies Hundreds of persons in all walks of life visited the bereaved Bagshaw home at 310 East Twentyfirst street Tuesday night to view the remains Yesterday all who could assembled in the home to listen to the eulogy of a man who had earned a reputation for willingness and friendship backed by a record of action seldom sur passed by any citizen in his own com munity The services were conducted by Rev Stanley V Wilcox rector of Insist on Their Right to At1 Policy of tend Eleventh Grade in High School A g a i n s t M a n a t c Adopted at Conference Stage Revolt and RefuseBituminous Coal Code to Attend the Douglass Looms Johnson to Act School in West End Thirtyfive Negro students staged a revolt against the authority of the Chester School Board this morning when thy refused 16 revert to Eleventh grade classes in the Fred erick Douglass Junior High School Building at Seventh street and Cen tral avenue Thestudents apparently anxioiisto resume their studies but unwilling to abide bythe recent decision of on Union Dispute Continued on Page Five ANXIOUSLY AWAITS WORD FROM HIS SON The presentation was made by Charles J Larkin Jr president of Robert t Bossard of the Middle the school board who paid a high town road near Knowlton road JOHN PAPPAS DIES IN LOCAL HOSPITAL at Ninth and Parker streets Prin cipal Pedlow was unable to grant them admission and the students left the premises in orderly fashion The situation will probably be brought lo a head this evening when a proposed conference will take place between Dr J Hume Miller and Rev Leon S Moore standard bearers of the Negro cause and President Continued on Page Five NEWS CARRIERS AT The Chester Times newspaper boys will assemble at the circulation de partment tonight promptly at 7 oclock to attend the circus at the Fair Grounds as the guests of the World Brothers The boys will meet Buzz Barton in person upon their en trance to the big top WASHINGTON Sept UP Weeks of wrangling over a bitumi nous coal code ended today after President Roosevelt intervened and drove a bargain with embattled spokes men for capital and labor on wage and hour provisions The President instructed Recovery Administrator Hugh S Johnson to reconcile a third point of dispute over unionisation in n code and sub mit It to mine operators and union leaders today Objections Johnson said would be received up to 6 p m tomorrow and the code would be promulgated Saturday The President also decided the administration policy in the case of Henry Ford who refused to sijrn the automobile code It will b2 simply to await the publics reaction John son announced The Presidents policy of nonagres sion in the case of Ford followed an assertion by Johnson that if Ford was working his employes 40 hours a week lie was violating the auto mobile code However Johnson said have scnt to Detroit to check on Ford and de I clared the next move would be up to Ford Thus the matter was left with the Showers are probable today ant tomorrow in Enstcru Pcnnsylvnnlit New Jersey Delaware and Maryland It will be cooler here tomorrow The highest temperature here yes lerduy was 8G degrees at 4 p m am the lowest was fi7 at G30 a m Th avernRe of 76 was HVB deyrccs nbovi normal for Die date but the same n the September i last yeat Maximum Icmperiture for the dud u 94 established in 1881 and mini mum SO in 191M Sunrise today was at 835 a m uid simset will be nt p m Ensl cm Daylight Saving time MILOEALERS ACCUSED OF PLOT Fanners Say Attempt I Being Made to Injur Dairy Business PFxICE TWO f m i t i HAVANA Cuba Sept Disorders in Cuba wre vigorously uniffht by the new revolutionary re gime toclny us the concentration of United Slates warships imd marines awards Huvium sUrmI imive fear or intervention Sporadic outbreaks seizure of sunur ecnuuls some c them Amcrknn owned sciiUmxl killings and a tincut against ut least one American citizen caused the revolutionists still In secure In the saddle to fight luml against further Incidents that might unrig u S Marines ashore Fearing Mich a step and hoping to prevent intervention Ur Knmon Gnui Sun Martin lending member of the Govcrnlnif wjimiiisslon of five Mild the sporadic outbreaks wen being promptly quelled nc referred to them as n heritage from previous re gimes arising from economic distress Rcfinidlng intervention he de clared all Cuba asked wus fair piny and n chance to draw up u new con stitution of Us own not one dictated WASHINGTON Sept Copy right 1933 by tlic United The Roosevelt admlnistiation upon its every diplomatic resoOrca today lo avoid American intervention in Cuba while American steamed toward Havana and waited ut Quantlco Va for orders President Roosevelt withoutsur reiidcHiiH Americas light to Inter vene sought the coopeiatlonol Latin America to nnike It unnecewary Bu6 Ills subordinates had gathered an armed force ofsufficient magnitude effectively to tiiku over the Island Secretary of ihe Navy Claude At Swanson was cnroute to Cub oa the cruiser Indianapolis AUfcemarina barracks at Qunntlco maps of Ha vnimn nnd Santiago were distributed to officers of the Seventh regiment of marines 1250 officers and men leady to sairfor Cuba nt R moments notice President Roosevelts dramatic and by the United Stales The presence President Roosevelts dramatic and of the American warships here will i unprecedented move m seeking render the whole task ot the regime of Lntln Ameilcan coun more difficult he sakl lrlcs eft a favorable mipiosslon on Bllitl v v Aitiuiuuti JIIlJ7IU55Ion Oil Have we been lireJudged and chiefs of the Aijentine e iisked in n statej Brazilian Chilean and Mexican em rii t t i I 1 I Mf til PC IU found guilty he ase n n state a exc mcnt Must the first truly Cuban I who wcic unexpectedl I llilr i t t 1 i n IX Mi I A i Kovcrmnenl this country hns had suc cumb to Intimidation This is hardly in accord with President Roosevelts neighbor policy hat nil Lntln Arnerlcu recently applauded HAVANA Sept Striving to consolidate its power preserve or der ir Cuba woned lo the While House Ins Other Latin Americans we suited today j Practical results for thej were unpredictable The J street fighting jn Cuba wil ant tlnnger to foreigners remained onsoiimuc us power preserve or loreigners remained a and avert American Intervention that would force Mr as revolutionary government to1 hand at any moment day decided to recall to service nil I A possible resultof army navy and police olucers not may be a public appeal to the Cubart suspected supporters o former Prcsi people by someof trie larger ICiOnt fiprnvrln Mn rln 1 A n tio j nnc J ident Geraido Machaclo nations Cubans In drafting the labor provision of j tne coal corie Johnson faced the task oi reconciling one of the most con Continued on Page Five Middletown township is still anx iously awaiting some word regarding the injuries received by his son Samuel Brennan Bossard who was beaten by Nazi followers in the streets of Berlin Germany last week I have written to the State De partment at Washington asking them to find out as quickly as possible the extent of my sons injuries said Mr Bossard but thus far I have had no word from them Neither have I compliment to Mr Sleeper for his efforts in having such a public spirited measure adopted by the club TWO INJURED MOTOR CRASH Two brothers were injured and an automobile in which they were ridding was partly demolished when it mounted the sidewalk and crashed word from them Neither have I into the potch of the home of Miss heard anything direcdy from the boy Maud Millbourn 336 West Eighth street shortly after noon todav himself According to reports received from j Tuc injured were Evans anTpred Berlin young Bossard who is a grad 625 sl fc B m uate of Chester High School and taken to the Chester Hospital where Princeton University was set upon Evans was tveated f pal lacera by several a zi youths j tions and admitfcd Fred escaped with minor cuts He was arrested as he had no drivers license He was night as he was returning to his hotel The reports indicated that Bossard was badly beaten during the attack Yuung Bossard has been in Berlin since July studying German art and according to his father had planned to return home about the middle of this month in time to enter Columbia University for a postgraduate course HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY Press released to appear for a hearing in police court tomorrow morning CONDITION UNIMPROVED The condition ot Patrolman Walter Holt who has been a patient in the Chester Hospital for the past month is unimproved Many of his fellow John Pappas 55 who at one time was one of the most prosperous i merchants in this city died suddenly yesterday He was stricken while seated in a restuarant on Sixth street near Welsh street and died after friends removed him to the Chester Hospital During the early days of the World War Pappas started in busi ness in this city and success beamed on his venture He purchased the building on the northeast corner of Sixth street and Edgmont avenue had it remodeled and there opened what was then considered the most confectionary store in Delaware county j He invested his savings in other properties in this city and Darby but when the slump struck the try he saw his fortune gradually dwindle until he was forced to wash dishes in restaurants for his meals Merchants of Greek extraction in this city will hold a meeting to plan his funeral Pappas was unmarried and the only relative he is supposed to have is a cousin in New Jersey U S TREASURY BALANCE WASHINGTON icpt The treasury net balance for Sept 5 was Miscellaneous i internal revenue receipts that day were Customs receipts i PUBLSCHOOLS VISCOUNT GREY REOPEN TODAY i DIES IN ENGLAND Statesman 111 for Eleven Days Pacifist Aristo crat Was 71 ALNWICK Eng Sept UP Viscount Grey of Fallodon Great Britains forei H Heyburn farm leader of Goncbrd vlllc Delaware county and former State Representative that his milk market had vanished several farm ers at Lyndcll asserted they had been told if they joined the protest move they would not be able to sell their milk That attempts are being made to intimidate dairy farmers and prevent them from joining farm movement against the Philadelphia Milk Mar keting Agreement by threatening to remove their market and In some in stances leaders in the movement have met with refusal to purchase their milk was charged last night at a meeting held at Lyndell Chester county The meeting called for antimill code organization purposes disclosed that many farmers favorable to the movement are fearful of the conse quences and some names wore added to the list of the Milk Code Protest Committee only on promises of keep ing them a secret Mr Heyburn made his statement at his home last night coincidental ivni trvrimuu iviuuLllulu luuu llullonS UUlianSHmV tiv As United States warships raced j urged to form a government Tthick unwt no iii 1 can mnlnliUri order thuilnimh toward the island orders and mnriiles the cx Uio presidents palace today with the new chiefs of staff or the army and navy both sergeants and the chief of police a lieutenant They decided it wise to urinpr baclc to their units officers throughout the country against whom no charges or accusations were pending and who enjoyed public confldcnre and the confidence of their mqn jaccausc 01 us special treaty rightj They met in an atmosphere portcnj under the Platt amendment inclufi tous with possibilities of triumph or ing the right to intervene topreserjs disaster Unrecognized by any fororder this government has intervention unnecessary The President delved speeches of his last Democ ocessor Woodrow Wilson pattern for his new deal macy Two decades ago speaking In Mobile Ala W uuw the principle that PanAmafrieangov ernments should consult commoih crises J Never has this policy beenf followed of its special treaty Conlinucd on Paje Five Continued on Continued m Iaije Iive the AT LINCOLN FIELDS y Weathercloudy track fast AT ROCKINGHAM PARK Lad Hooligan Cam pagna Kedins Masked Jcrtcr Chief Almjjren off suh Declared off sub cloudy track tnaddy Industrial Highway Need is Being Stressed Residents and industrial leaders of this city are interested in the pro posed industrial highways for Del aware county Second street is considered by most of the persons interested as the logi cal thoroughfare for industrial traf fic The present condition of this street however has its use by heavy trucks As recently as Monday morn ing a truck was stalled in a sewer ditch and time and labor were lost through the delay and removal of the heavy vehicle Legislation passed by the Slate of Delaware during the last session of the legislative body finally material ized when the Delaware Industrial Highway was started This progres sive movement it is understood calls for a natural tieup with the State of Pennsylvania The third development that has caused considerable discussion among those interested in the indus trial highway was the letter recently sent by Governor Pincnot to Judge Albert Dutton MacDade discussing the inability of the state to continue with ths plans for the industrial highway because of existing condi tions in Philadelphia the failure of the city to provide for the opening of a connecting thoroughfare Gibson street It is the belief of the industrialists ConUnoed on Page Seventeen Record Enrollment With Approximately 2100 Pu pils in High School Thousands of boys and girls were sent schoolward today by parents re lieved for the next few months of the trying responsibilities which I momentous years from 1905 to 1916 many were ready to transfer to 320 and one of the handful of statesmen teachers fresh from n three months j whose policies shaped the evens that vacation and well prepared to carry led to the World War died at G05 on the burden set aside by the mothers Enrollment figures are not available at the present time but it is roughly estimated by the school district of ficials that the number of pupils will be slightly more than last year due to the attendance requirements set up by the NRA Estimated figures run between 10000 and 10500 and while in some of the elementary schools especially in the residential districts there has been a slight de crease due to families moving to places outside the city where they can avail themselves of the blessings of n rural life there has been an increased enrollment caused by the elimination of some of the older and smaller school buildings as emergency econo mic moves Junior High school attendance has remained about stationary but in the High School there hns been an j increase in enrollment which will tax the building facilities Thc high school figures will be between 2300 and 2400 pupils or approximately 800 in excess of accommodations As the new pupils entered the schools this morning they were regis tered by the school heads and all necessary birth and vaccination cer tificates were scanned before the be ginners were assigned to regular classes and teachers In the case of pupils changing from a school in one VISCOUNT OUEY a in today rt Fallodon his North umbcrland estate He 71 He died nftor n courageous eleven day fight against hopless illncsy He SINCLAIR COMPANY BUYS HEADLEYPLANT U S PROBE INTO COUNTY NEARS END The Federal Grand Jury quiz into alleged politicorum racket in this county will have finis written to it by next Tuesday night it was predicted today by Chet A Keyes dynamic Federal prosecutor who is handling the case It was also indicated by govern ment officials that any move to have the trial of the 96 already indicted postponed will be opposed by the CHARGES ELECTOR WITH VIOLATINGLAW William Lorrclli 32 was the first person In this city to be arrested at connection with the political flght being waged in the Second precinct of the Sixth ward He was charged in a warrant sworn out by Edward Brunei a watcher and member of the Roose velt Club with giving a wrong ad when he registered Tupsday September 18 the day The Heafllcy Emulsified Products Primal7 cecton postponed will be opposed by the dress when he registered Tupsday Government All Ihe bonds are Bruneialleges that tiirnnble a week from Monday or at J09 West Thirdstreet the wf Monday or before the Company with headquarters in Phil adelphia and plant at Marcus Hook was sold at public auction yesterday by decree of ihe United States Dis trict Court for the Eastern District successful Refining About 30 witnesses were In the of fices of the United States District At torney 1n Philadelphia yesterday but less than a dozen were called before Ihe inquisitorial body Those yet to bft called are just minor figures to quote a Federal agent who said the jury Is now just gathering the loose dress from which he enrolled Lorrelli was aoiigned for hearing before Magistrate Edward L Shumr way of the Seventh ward last nighL Upon request of Michael Reps torney who represented Bruner hearing was continued to next Mon day night Lorrelil furnished bail for his appearance at that time residence the pupils first their old schools where given a certificate of trans Continued nn Pajrr Five TO BEHEAD NINK Germany Sept Communists today were sentenced to be beheaded for killing Kurt Kilmer a Nazi storm trooper at Erkrath June 20 1932 of Pennsylvania The bidder was the Sinclaii Company The purchase price or plans for the future use of the plant were not disclosed by either the rej Michael Leary who lost a leg in ceivers or the representatives of the I the World War and was indicted as refining company J one of the graft collectors for the The real estate and plant of Ihe political ring was tnkcn before Hie Hcadlcy company is located at Fourth United States Commissioner yestcr tind Church streets Marcus Hook and day and required to post n bond consists of U 1GIOO acres on which for his appearance in court on Scp are erected a onestory brick office I lember 18 It was saitl he would be Which reminds us that RW and laboratory building a twostory j a key witness for the Government Marsha 1 nronerdr concrete and tile factory building I He gave his address as 4118 Paul Cn boiler plant storage tanks pipe lines f street Frankford a pumps and mixing machines WITNESSED LAUNCHING Topics of T i ft looks like Americanmade whis will he legal by Christmas In meantime we will have to be s ficd lo drink this Canadian stuff reminds us that GlerJ BAKER DENIES HEART ATTACK CLEVELAND Sept though revealing he had been con fined to his home since Friday New ton D Baker former Secretary of War and nationally prominent Dem ocrat today denied rumors he had been stricken with a heart attack with the statement that Im per fectly well An official party from this city yes terday attended the launching ot the U S S Minneapolis at the League Island Navy Yard The party was headed by Mayor William Ward Jr and Mrs Ward and included Mr and Mrs James Hanna full dress Captain George Hart was senL conservation camp because of 1 knowledge Theres a fellow whof tell dogwood by its bark and the by its fir Marines Ready To Go To Cub Times headline We know and Colonel Fred Taylor Pusey Rapid Approach of Repeal Slows Down Rum Raids Charlie Ward the big NRA man in the West End doesnt want his friends to get him confused with other majorgenerals during the coming campaign Continued n Pajc Five Has the trend of the natoin on the prohibition question had its effect on prohibition enforcement officers It has if one is to judge by the remarkable falling off in liquor raids and especially since beer became legalized Thirteen years ago a liquor raid whiHhcr it was conducted by federal Mate county or local police was hot copy to use the parlance of news hound Every time the police topped a vrporter aboit a raid the scribe would grab his hat and coat nnd make a mad dash to the raided em porium PO that lie could grt overy drtnil to add color to what would be page 1 copy Today Well St simply has to te a raid out of the ordinary to get mere mention Then it is used more lor filler on some inside page Of course raids are still being made by police But believe it or not there haint been what might be termed 1 big liquor raid conducted by Chester police for almost a year Thc last real haul was made when a private house on Townsend street i near Second street was invaded by a group of detective1 who confiscated i 150 gallons of what was considered a ecod brand of rye moonshine j Shortly after that federal prohibiI lion agents invaded a speak on Market street near Mary street i The Wcadiefr WASHINGTON Sept 7 The wealhcr forecast Eastern Pennsylvania fair tonigIit and Friday t cooler tonight New Jersey Gent rally and Friday Slightly coo and in south portion Frid Mesltrn Pennsylvania fair ouiffht and Friday cxj ably showers near ihe la change in TODAYS TEMPERAS 6 a m 64 11 aj 7 a m 64 S a m 66 1 S a m 68 2 Continued on Page Seventeen 10 a m 70 V feu i   

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