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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - September 9, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              WE DO PART FINAL EDITON With All and Best News of the Day 58TH 17693 LUly Leased Wire Reports of United Press UP aud International News Service INS CHESTER PA SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 0 EIGHTEEN PAGES 3 ARMY PLANES LOST FOR HOURS WRECKED IN FOG Wrecked Along Eastern Seaboard Parachutes Save Lives of 3 Men HELD IN MURDER OF JEWELER Machines Valued at Each Only Motors Can Be Salvaged NEW YORK Sept i flight of seven army planes lost for hours in fog over New York ended today with three ships wrecked along the eastern seaboard and another saved by a forced landing Throe reached ground normally Parachutes saved the lives of three officers and three enlisted men One mechanic was rescued from the ocean by a yacht His parachute brought him down oft Jones Beach Long Island The seven planes were retiiring to Mitchol Field N Y from Chicago 1 They had stopped at Patterson Field j near Dayton Ohio and at Pittsburgh Leaving the latter city at dusk the squadron headed for the home field in formation It arrived over fog bounci New York at p m Two t of the planes managed to find Mitchel Field and landed safely i Another alighted at Glenn H Curliss Airport The four other planes remained aloft until their fuel was exhausted t Lieutenant Arthur Logan and Me chanic Whittaker took to their para t chutes over Island Park L I Whit taker landed in the ocean and was saved by tho yacht Hopalong Logan came down in North Long Beach The plane crashed into a row of buildings on Palma road Island Park Three houses were damaged Major John C Colgan was pilot of a plane that crashed near Free hold N J He suffered a sprained ankle in a paraciiiite leap His me chanic H W Martin landed safely The third crash was at Skillman N J in which Licntcnant Julius C NEW CRISIS OVER CUBA SEEKS NEW COAL CODE NRA STRONG MAN FOR HEARING HALTED Bituminous Operators Not Junta Aims to Brinjf To Satisfied With Its Pro Aether All PoliticalLead ers on Issues Latin Nations Express Views Warships Stand By Swanson Sends Note visions i i Praised by Labor Price Rise Worries Johnson Ford StillOut CUBAN SAILORS INSPECTED BY NEW NAVAL CHIEF WASHINGTON Sept HAVANA Sept Cuban ntnT4 i industry today The situation is very delicate said Recovery Administrator Hugh S Johnson emerging from a con ference with spokesman for the oper ators The code drafted by the govern mem satisfied labor it was praised by William Green president of the American Federation Labor who said any complaints against it would come from operators They were not long in coming Lacey and Corporal Hunter leaped j After to safety in parachutes The latter Prmn hung suspended in a tree for 45 min utes when his parachute became en tangled Walter Jones liaison man for the socalled Appalachian group of oper ators whose mines have been non union gave Johnson a letter which the administrator read and hurled to the floor Then he summond the i operators j They included Charles ONeil New York R E Tiggart Philadelphia J D A Morrow Pittsburgh and I James D Francis Himiinglon W Va It was understood the operators told Johnson they considered the code so iad that they would not bother to submit written suggestions of changes before the deadline he had fixed at 6 p in tonight The specific clauses to which they objected were unreveaed but it was understood they centered on the price and labor provisions Morrow said any announcements resuarding the conference would have to come from Johnson Johnson said he had postponed n public hearing which he had set for Monday afternoon The postpone ment was suggested by Deputy Ad herself up Sirs Millie j mintstrator K M Simpson in charge Prince arrives at Long Island City of the coal code Court for arraignment on a charge of Previously Johnson threatened to murdering Charles J Wolfcrt 56j impose the code arbitrarily if there yearold jeweler whom she admitted were any further attempts to delay it solidified today The executive comi mlttee government sought to prevent j any excuse for It but used the possi1 bility of intorvenlion as an argument I to win the support of political lead ers and army officers Havana was completely normal Tel the situation was one of utmost i delicacy It was typified by two isolated Incidents last night While the cruiser Indianapolis was steaminginto the harbor with tary of Navy Swanson aboard an un known Cuban on the water front in1 an Ineffectual symbol of prqtests fired a small calibre pistol The In dianapolls stayed only two hours proceeding on to Panama An official statement from thc 1 presidential palace informed the pub lie that if a party of officers landed i1 it would be a friendly visit such as i was customary whenever a foreign warship visited a port j Using the threat of intervention as i a weapon the committee of five I Lieutenant Harold L Jones landed j slabbing to death in a lonely spot in his plane near Somerville N J When Queens New York because she said the fuel supply became exhausted The planes were Douglass Obser vation ships valued at each belonging to the Fifth Observation j Squadron It was belived their 600 horsepower motors could be salvaged SEWERlsONlTiSSUE IN UPPER DARBY he forced his attentions her Uppe Darby voters will be risked to approve a bond issue for per manent highway improvements and the construction of a sewage disposal plant and sewage system when they go to the polls at the general election November 7 POPE REFUSES TO RATIFYTREATY Vatican Wants Hitler to Modify Policies Before Signing German Pact Labor provisions of the code include the recovery acts guarantees of the right of collective bargaining give miners the right to a checkweighman sought the support of political leaders and army officers for a national govj ernment thatwould include the com mitteemen and be headed by a strong man Carlos Manuel De Cespsdes de posed by the committee was unwill ing to return as provisional president even if many elements did not oppose him as too weak Most political leaders were unable to gain the sup port of other leaders Even more urgently than to poli ticians the committee appealed to the army officers to return to their units They were removedby en lioled men in the bloodUss revolt I hat put the committee in power About 150 army officers armed with service pistols gathered at the national hotel where many tourists are staying yesterday They met to consider their policy particularly whether to return to their jobs on PRICE TWO CENTS 2 WOMEN RILLED WHEN BUS WRECKS CAR IN COLLISION Cubas new chief of naval forces Angel It Gonzalez lffi inspects 11 machine Rim In sailors who took parl in the bloodless revolution thut overthrew Ihc Provisional government of 1nsidenl de The inspection took plate in a downtown park in of their own choosing outlaw scrip i the enlisted mens terms or if not child labor and company stores and t towns and give organized majorities Continued on Taje Seven the right to share their work with bonafide unemployed workers of the PLAN same mine The price provisions prohibit cutting SHAFT FOR THE DEAD below a fair price to be determined j by divisional code authorities operat ing under supervision of the KeLcry BANKS ADOPT SERVICE CHARGE JUDGE WAI S KENYON DIES Chester Institutions to Start New Plan on Checks October 1 PROMISE WINS Annoimcpmcnt lia VATICAN CITY Sept i The Popes refusal to ratifv the This was decided when the town GermanVatican Treaty until Chan ship commissioners approved an Hi When he appeared before Judges nrnce authorizing the bond issue question placed on the ballot in the policieswas confirmed semiofficially i today A Vatican spokesman said that on departure on Broomall and MacDade at Media yes j erected in the Immaculate Heart j cemetery Linwood in honor of the war dead buried there f It is proposed to erect a granite I shaft similar to that recently unveiled j on City Hall plaza to the memory of The decision to ask the voters to approve the bond icsue is in keeping j r with the National Industrial Act XI to6 terday and promised to do his bsst to dsceasid poUcsmen Patrolman Aloy come effective October i The banks are the Delaware County National First National and ChesterCami support his two small children Sam nf sius A Qtiinn has Interested AJbsrt bridge Bank nnd Trust Company comprising all the banking institu tions in this city system establishes charges uel c Cissell Jr 37 formerly of R Granger in the project and it is j on checking accounts in direct pro J visit of Cardinal Pacelh Papal seci Morton was set free He had been in retaiy of state confidential con the county jail since May 5 when he rpn n mammg 0 pei cent w11 te be suspended and ratflea was by Judge to i tion of tne ueaty would be delayed serve the year for failure to maintain Pacelli be absent for about i the courts suppolfc order nd mubad back throuh a molltn and il is by the Cissell appeared yesterday in his and must be paid bacL througn the Vatican that meantime Hitler may Arm v uniform which he wore when have modified his general policies and I he was brought back from the Philip i totoj fvof i particularly his attitude toward the 1 pines last spring on the request of Whittaker stated yeoterday that the treat the county probation officers State Health Department had prj it has been reported that the Pope j Cissell displayed a letter proving dered the township to install an wa displeaaed with Hitlers general that he could return to the army if i rpliftiniis nnlicv nnrt with hii nnlirv released from lail nromspi to the support of his children and to pay f d hoped to haie the granite shaft do portion to the overhead costs of car nated rymg such accounts and the number Already offers have been made to of items handled make the monument a picturesque The schedule of charges on accounts with i rcliBlous and wlth Ws Policy released from Jail He promised toward Catholics send half of hisarmy wages lor one a local firm having agreed to i donate a flagpole and representatives of SpanishAmerican and World Wai groups have agreed to secure some captured cannon from the govern ment If present plans materialize the monument will bj dedicated propriate ceremonies on the Kssinglon Mother One of Victims Little Daughter Injured Small Sedan Overturned Twice Driver of Bus Is Under Arrest Two women were killed and four other passeiiHPrs In a small sedan j two of whom were children wcro Tlilcally Injured early today when heir car was demolished In a col lision with a bus in West Philadel phia Thc dnnd arc Mrs Joscphina Small 31 of Kssinglon and Rose Whrlan 2S of Philadelphia The injured all of whom were re ported near death by hospital au thorities nn Charlotte Small li daughter of ii of the women killed Richard Neiils 30 of Kssington driver of the car Mary Nciils his wife nnd Pa tricia 5 I heir daughter lrcd SchlcRcl 42 driver of tho bus was arrested on a charge of iiiiinslaiiKhttT Passengers in thc bus were not injured The cmwas struck with such force witnesses said that It was overturned twice coining to rest finally atop Meals body Both women who wero killed were hurled from the sedan to the sidewalk E A R L Y LL PRICES IRREGULAR NKW YORK Sept UP were dull with prices irregular in a imiTOV ningc at the opening today in thn first Saturday slock exchange iCKslou since July 21 Brokers warned clients against loo heavy participation at this time pre ferring a wivltlng attitude until iho imukut gave evidence of a definite trend An adverse factor today strength in the American dollar in all markets Then loo the Street awaited the niilroid car loadings re port and thc report on U S Steel unfilled orders as of the end of A i T nrv AUB11SLThe loading were expected I l n VI11 A r r AI Ml a Iisu to n ncw 1933 1 JUlllllJL ril I While the steel tonnage was expected to decline 100000 tons or so from the total in the end of July Steel Common held steady a I tha previous close of 5Li American Tele phone firmed up to 1i Rails ninde smallgains featured by Ncw Central which rose nearly a to Utilities eased oft LOCAL BREWERY Counsel for T C Berry Has Time Set for Hoar iny on Application Thomas C Berry of this city who was refused a permit to opcrato thc Mous close Mail old Chester Brpvvrrv n city land mark In Ihe manufacture of 32 beer took steps in U S District Court yesterday lo overthrow the refusal jot Federal prohibition authorities to issue a permit to the local concern Leo A Crosspii newly chosen WILLIAM S KENYON under is as follows Active checkj ing accounts with balance on any day i during a month of less than there is R monthly charge of 51 with i 10 free checks allowed but over SEBASCO Me Sept no monthly charge 10 free William S Kenyon 04 of Fort Dodge Max 1SSC1 Reading beer baron who checks but oyerS200no monthly la judga of the United States DisI ast was in an off Wet slocks were mixed with U S industrial and American Commercial Alcohol each up a point nnd Stand ard nnd Schenley Distillers oft Mightiy During the early dealings the mar ket was dull with tickers barely mov mR Prices moved narrowly n round the previous close Rails cased Wet supcrviior ol permits on April 181stocks held strncfv rclusccl Berrys petition lur a permit i on the ground that he was merely a straw man for Zcke Parker former Stats policeman and one o the 06 men indicted In the alleged Delaware county crime protection ring nnd Charley Bocline alleged Camdcn bootlegger Cro GENERALLY FAIR FORECAST Bodine had affiliations with the late Generally fnlr nnd continued is thc prediction today and tomorrow that Parker nnd i m Eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey nn wiiii m iin Delaware nnd Marvlnni TAT A TTT7UPT AlljhiVlrl this order the tate will construct the system andlien the charges against us Mr Whittaker said He added that the township would save j 7r COMMIT RORRERY money by doing the work through its 1 regular channels wpr week he ber 11 It is hpped that weather will permit a parade prior to the cere l with ftpcharge 15 free checks but over i trict Court of the Eighth District died j belh NJ llotll morning no monthly charge and 20 f ree of heart disease at his summer home Thc lm Novemchecks but over no monthly here today after several weeks illness i ncxt Wednesday charge and 25 free checks All checks in excess of the numi the late President Harding in 1922 been Set for hearing by JudKc Dickin He Yas by ii0n on Petition by Berrys counsel Two young hitchhikers were caught in the act of robbing the Hilltop Serv enters enilian emj monies at which Mayor William i her of free checks listed above will signing from the U S Senate Wald Jr the Rev P H Me be charged for at the rate of 5 cents The man was granted permission to Ginnis pastor of the Immaculate per check and accounts with balances AUTOS IN COLLISION of over S500 and all accounts with i T Tr r unusual activity will be subject to i MAN SERIOUSLY HURT visit his children at theii grandI Heart Church will be the principal home in Morton before he speakers ANY WEEK THIS YEAR morning by Officer Clifford Lindsay I of the Media police and Private WASHINGTON Sept Thomas Dooner of thei state police The American Railway Association The wno gave thc names j Two damagc sults nave been started j Galey a committee of officers S SEEK 15 AM AGES FOR COMMITTEE HEAD analysis and service charge It is explained that during the past Hay Woolsey formerly chief scl for tin prohibition depart ment for nn order on Crossen and three other government officials to issue the permit to Berry Thc local man maintain that his application for r beer permit is legitimate and declares that Cros nnieucaii iwuiwsiy WKVJIIIIU The who gave thc names TWO damage suits have been started I Gal fnyr VS Sanded John Miller 18 and 20 al Medla agalnst H Hays Aiken Jr adj freight lor the week cnaea faept years old respectivclv hail from T nee taled 666652 cars i Akron Ohio They sootted the service of 2a Park avenue Llanerch the re The appointriient of William T Of la warn nnd Maryland The highest temperature here yes orday was 88 degrees at 4 p m and the lowest was 70 at 9 a m Tha average of 10 was nine degrees above normal for the date and twelve de grees above the average September 8 iast year Maximum temperature for the date is 05 established in 1881 and minimum 52 in 1917 Sunrise today was 636 a m and sunset win be at 720 p m Eastern Daylight tiaving time nue 2 totaled Akron Ohio They spotted the service This was the highest for any week j station yesterday afternoon and be so far this year and was an increase lieving it to be an easy setup lay of 34654 cars above the preceding wajf untji nle early hours this week and an increase of 105327 above morning the corresponding week in 1932 Thc robbery is the ninth at the Loadings of all commodities showed station At the present time there ncreasi except Mis the crease week Merchandise loaded in less service station became suspiciousof than carload lots totaled 171832 cars queer noises emanating from the This was an increase of 3325 cars for building and turned in an alarm to the week but was 2513 cars below the i the Media police Prompt action on corresponding week last year i the part of Officers Dooner ar KOHTSiiiwIlGSTSSEEN j suit of an automobile collision on the adjustments and mediation in con nection with the retail trade in Ches ter and the immediate trading areas was announced today by Albert R Lincoln Highway at Daylesford on Granger head of the Delaware February 25 last Ray Welch and County Council NRA Jack Albin are asking compensation Others appointed to the committee for injuries which they claim to have ui 11115 service to me oanKS manvr J jumi u of thc accounts revcalint actually a a Possible fractured skull Pcnnington Dr James M Doran i In nrxr rnioivpH in nn niifnmnhiln A loss to thc banks because the amounts on deposit have not been lnluiv ccllent arly last in an automobile MaDade ssioner of Industrial Alcohol Edgar Hoover national chief try Club sufficient to earn the cost of handlim I opposite Glendale Conn of the Department of Justice tllp 11 f Hin ficf JM XT Chester it was stated Is one of the last of the banking centers of the ll was thc first time Hoovers The drivers of the two cars which j name was included as a defendant 1 in the crash H Webster Sher in a brewery permit case and comes country to adopt the nlan which is man Io12 avcluic Prospect about through ths recent consolida t 10 p ti T7nhrvit 1 r T bert Levy shoes H M McCoy haber Rudolph Weber and Edward increases over thc preceding week nre tvo other youths now in n v n nH f trl ii field is asking damages from James n xtv iVnnn Konie Vnnn rarK ana Konnrt urftybcal H 01 were Abe Tollin furniture Joseph m loooo banks in 3000 h Rnnthwvn r j apparel Al cllles towns in the United States lSnaipiess worn ar MAGISTRATES TO MEET t A stated meeting of the Magis trates Association of Delaware County will be held at the Media Inn Media next Tuesday evening at 730 oclock There will be discus sions that will bo of vital importanca to every magistrate nnd constable in Ihe county Magistrate Charles W Williamson of Marcus Hook who ia ncting secretary of the organization is hopeful of a large attendance of the Department of Justice TREASURY BALANCE E Schuyler guardian for James E WASHINGTON Sept 9 OrtVvmrTni 11 n 1 fif TjTlolfrtrH r1vlr1 i r rested by Glenolden police and atmenty IVITIAT Mpprtvr a hearing before MaRislrate Waiter I iSwartley were held in ball to FISHERMEN REPORT The initial meeting of the Board 1avvail thc of Shermans in of Directors of Jhe merchants diviI Jurics sion Delaware County Chamber of j According lj police the car driven will be held in thc Ches b Graybeal loaded with candy for To pics of Times A local hairdresser chased a picket with a broom We imagine she used some sort of sNyccping movement 1 Y 4itl VJ J O 1 K Vt Hill Ui fachuyier Jr also ol Kavertora treasury net balance for Sep1 ter Club at 1215 noon next vending machines was in the rear ship James Dyer suffered a concusj tember 7 was SI 18300141516 Mis day of a truck traveling on the boulc rmrArn KANSAS CITY Mo Sept Northern Lights an Arctic spectacle rarely visible this far south were seen here today between mid night and dawn They appeared as a pale half arc over the horizon After questioning by the police the boys confessed that they had lain in vait in a nearby field from about 430 oclock in the afternoon until M CLlOll Dn r i 1 J I 1 I I OO and Lindslot oftllr bram and other injuries intcrnal revenue that davj Tl re of the lt IS when the Dyer and was 223 31g 6S receipts I Ksta Schuyler automooiles were in col ror mont through September 7 first ft o IAH TVTMnOT A I lision at Darby road and Mercer ave nue Haverford township on Septem ber 19 1931 The suit was filed by Attorney Henry Gouley HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY Unttfd Press AT LINCOLN FIELDS Naval Cadet Vindicated Flickamarn Pearl Hand Weather clear track fast AT ROCKINGHAM PARK after midnight They then broke through the beaver board partition and were in the building for about I one hour and a half when discovered I by Sinnott They had come upon the i place by accident stopping on their I hitchhiking journey to get some ice I cream The place looked too soft to miss according to their statements i The boys were taken to jail where they were finger printed and held for a hearing before Magistrate Fred T Cooper of Media this afternoon ARE RECKtESS DRIVER HAS FINE IMPOSED was FLOOD REFUGEES RETURN TO HOMES The directorate of Ihe Chester Real i Vmi lho direction of Chester tale Board will also conduct their inhere was an automobile In from of Pall meeting at the same club tne trmk and thc machine of Sher at 4 p m man was approaching from the op posite direction The truck driver had started to turn out of the traffic nmpscarrhi Ant1 Belliu authorities regret tha sinro thovlatlnck on vtnmg Bossard of Middle tnwn rrinri Tn tvrr1 LEADERS OF MILK TRUST ASSAILED Mon flip fis n Tplc Mortn sMcl salrt Cn in sorry Mike Maginnis rises to remark that rwvin Hevcry tinle tncy dld such a thinE in rn rimn n 191718 Ulcy got a recciPt for U Urn rimn sto KTIIRD TN ii CHICAGO Sept flarcups of gunplay which death to two notorious gangsters sent widespread roundup of racketeers and gunmen James Triable 40 exconvict and member of the Terrible Touhy the State Highway motor patrol last night on the charge of reckless driving Salvatore De Masi giving an address in Wilmington Del was given the choice of paying S10 and I costs or serving ten days in jail when given a hearing before Magis i rate Walter Swartley of Glenolden The arrest took place at Glenolden 1 aftsr the sergeant had chased the i Wilmington man all the way from Sharon Hill before overtaking him i TREATED FOR INJUKV Clothing Bedding and County Farmers Meet Furniture Is Provided by the Red Cross Liberty Ace Paint Box Gang who shot and killed in a fcold raid on the outlaw Chicago Team The Black Macliilla Baby John Masked Jester Edie Patrice Runyon Informal Wire White Bud Dnisus Knight Ayston Clotbo Flagstone Dream Sweet Burt Weather clear rack muddy sters Union headquarters His two companions in the raid one of whom was believed wounded escaped Tlnce hours later Nick The Little Man Muscato 29 leader of the 42 Gang was taken for n ride and his Frank Sheridan 20 of 2929 Annul street Philadelphia was treated at Taylor Hospital Ridley Park for contusions of the left arm received in an automobile accident at Chester pike and Fairvicw road Leiperville at 5 a m today Media File Protest Against Milk Code American Red Cross officials of the j The Milk Trust was compared Chester Chapter Home Service 3ec with the liquor and BOY HURT IN FALL tion have been makinu a concerted effort during the past several days to complete BS far as possible their plan of rehabilitation of inhabitants in the flooded areas of Tinicum town ship in cases where the waters have receded sufficiently to permit the res idents to again occupy their homes There still remains a part of the group of 18 families receiving Red Cross aid which will have to remain housed in the emergency quarters set up in three bungalows loaned by the Westinghouse Company Yesterday arid today the Red Cros I workers assisted by a loyal staff of crooked politicians by Edward B Mil ler prominent Middletown township farmer at a meeting of the Delaware County Milk Producers and Con sumers Association held at Media last lane to pass the vehicle ahead but when he saw the thy aw c i Tflxes Chester pike community olher car coming righted his c no thfThey believed it have been reduced 25 cents Thats chine into the lane of traffic Thc f ri A T d tonot a reduction Thats a miracle candy car in thc rear also tried to i these days the GoldlnRule many who i rangers over the territory nnd over are willing are not living up to tha Orivliril Inri th sum of twpntv ollu1 isolated stations of the province emblem in nickfli in thp vpid The bil8s were the Polish in car and Thc former Health officials say the modern i cars car the money was scattered in T direction The news of ihp lost money quikly attracted a crowd of boys who inj a treasure hunt for thc contents of one box said to have con h5 rviv carrying Captain Hynck Srl is better off than her mo in anci Zbigicw Bijjvynski because she stays n the open air Thr American era ft carried Ward T I agree Until about 3 a m balloowist Wt Von balloon was last seen near Sault Stc Marie Mich The Weather tnined six dollars in nickels A ga TMOTIISOX PLANS FLIGHT rage attendant who went to the scene code WASHINGTON Scp Weather Forecast Kastern Pennsyl SOUTHAMPTON England Sept 9 fir ionifht and jihis efforts handicapped by the Mollison sailed today Sunday somewhat cooler Sunday and nights meeting was addressed youngsters in their mad scramble for on the Empress of Britain for Canada in north portion tonight night to protest against the new milk i to remove the wrecked vehicle found by Wilbur T Loughrey president of the Chester County Farmers Asso ciation and Lewis J Bentzley presi dent of the Bucks County farmers groups in addition to Miller and each speaker vigorously attacked Dr Clyde L King who has been appointed arbitrator in the milk dispute and A volunteers distributed complete out P Allebach alleged to be head of the Joseph Burke 13 of Shallcross fits of bedding and clothing to the farmersgroups in this state nue Folcroft was taken to Taylor j families who had cither returned to after reviewing thc milk Hospitai Ridley Park last night homes or wereplanning to do situation and comparing the prices j body unceremoniously dumped on the ferine from a concussion of the brain so today As the bed clothivic was paid to the farmers with those j iront steps of the Cook County Hosi resulting from a fall from a bicycle h i on Elmwootl avenue I Cenliunwl oi Puje Seven Continued on Pate Sevenhas two artificial legs thc coins i planning to start a TorontoBagdad1 Western Pennsylvania Generally I airplane night late this month orjfuir tonight and Sunday slightly KbiOKis HljhUAvu iii October With his wife Amy cooler Sunday and near Lake Mrs LorcnVo wilker Hinklev Ixvno was nls on tlle vccent lonighl inm P Zv transatlantic night that ended when New JerseyGencrallv fair tonisht avenue Ridley Park today appealed tu police of thir city to aid in a hunt their plane crashed in Connecticut i and Sunday continued warm followed serted his family this week She sus pects he can be found in the neighi FFISALS BODY GOFS HOME borhood of Third street and land avenue this city The deserted i BERNE Switzerland Sopi TODAYS TEMPERATURES woman is thr mother of seven rhil The body of Kinc of Irak who irrd Shr told police her husband died yesterday was sent by railway to Brindisi on its way to Bacdad 6 a m 7 a m S 3 m 3 a m 70 in a m 70 11 m 3 Noon 59   

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