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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - December 20, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              WE MAM SAUSAGETOeBUT LOOK AT OUR SIDE UNCi FINAL EDITION With All Latest and of the Day 58T1I 17779 Daily Leased Wire Honoris ot UnHia Pirss UP nnd JiUeriifttlonfil News Service INS UHKSTHR PA WKDNKSDAV DKCKMBKK 20 ISM KIGHTKIfiN PAGES PRICE TWO CENTS LIVERMORE STOCK PLUNGER MISSING MA Y Wife Reports Absence to Police Hours After He Telephones Her at Close of Yesterdays New York Detectives Im portant Information Is Belief in Long Con ference at Palatial Home Wizard of Wall Street Said to Have Had In timation He Was Marked by Made and Lost Fortunes But Said to Be at Bottom of His Purse at S Justice Department Enters Case BACK HOME AFTER 30000MILE AERIAL JAUNT BELIEVED MARKED BY CRIMINALS COTTON KING WAS BORN POOR BOY YORK Dec Jesse L Livermore noted Wall street plunger was mysteriously missing today and the object of a widespread police hunt immedi ately after the alarm clattered over the teletype machines in police sta United States govermenl NEW YORK Dec L Uvermore who gloried in Uie names Wall Street attached to him The Boy Plunger1he Cotton King and The Wizard of Wail 1111 unknown and un heralded factor in the financial world until after Uc 1007 panic Quiet unostentatious he felt hs llI l ULllllkT stepped into the investigation oivthe way cautiously when he came to Wa iheorv Uvermore may have been Street m 1903 Then the kidnaped l Plunger was 25 awl he possessed Livermore who began his market lor each year of his life I operations with a S5 bill and ran it I He plunged into the copper boom ot into the millions vanished as 190a alld Played up mysteriously as Justice Joseph Force the market long RAYON WORKERS ASK 40 PER CENT WAGE INCREASE Viscose Company Officials Say It Is Impossible to Accede o Demand IMan to Confer With the National Labor Hoard at Washington Hecnuse II now pays the wanes in the rayon industry ullieials of the Viscose Company Marcus Hook say II is impossible lo lo Ihe demands of the members of tin1 Itiiyon Workers Union connected with llie plant for an increase nf 40 per cent in wages This annotinc a uitfMln held lory loialed on lie Post road which j wns attended by odlelals of the com pany Wllliiun F Kelly vice prc limit of Ihe United Textile Workers of America nnd representatives of Ihc National Kayon Workers Coun cil The conference which begun at HI oclock morning lasted nearly seven hours Discussions which consumed tlie lime were rein Hotels Restaurants Cannot Sell Beer and Liquor Too IIARUISIHHKI 1a Dec UiPiHotels iviui restaurant holding hiiuor licenses cannot sell beer over llicir hineh counters the State Liquor Control Uonrrl an nounced today This ban is I eel he rruiirdUvN as to whether I ho establishment has a separate beer permit lteld of the hourd have been advLsed to make a chock on lhls phase o ihc control regula tions Acceptance of the liquor li cense sulil A J liirbcr eliief of the HeveiHK1 Department liivestl ialion JlmTiUt automatically pro hibits hotels and restaurants from stlllni beer us well as liquor and wlucs over hnnh counters live lo ilie question of the Increase Socialist Swings HoUSC ill Bringing Action on Child In wages recognition of the union by the conipany of lh checkoff system a further recognition of the union by announcing its mecliiiKs on the bulletin boards in the and a request for a stricter adherence lo the rcniorltv rights than the union lins hitherto prevailed llenrv Johnson nuiiiHiilni director FOR CO WORK ARE QUESTIONED Threat of Surcharge Made by Attorney for Group of Taxpayers Hearing on Appeal From JOSO Report of Controller in Progress Objections o three more items of expenditure by ihe couniy In 1930 j were made yesterday by attorney j James I Umikin In the second day of lh court hearing on Ihc appeal dom the report for Hie year 19iO ot County Controller Innies I Stewart An expenditure of to A Ft Moorson lor I he rent of a motortruck was the larfiest Item to which objec tion was made Another was the pay mentfor some iOOl yards ot excava tion by James Skclly Company under 11 contract which called for MOO yards more or less The third was in connection with expenses of the three county sealers ot weights and measures H the Court in Us final disposition nf the case upholds Mr Kankins contentions these items and two ob jected lo on which amounted lo move limn will be sur charRcd against the Controller and the then Couniy Commissioners Tho latter In IfUO were Jinrry M Birney Jr Churles H Drewes nnd Jamei P Desmond The charge for the Moorson truck HAURIKBURG Deer was at the rate of per hour in AGE PENSION BILL PASSESGOES TO 1 yesterday lit th lac l U V IJkJ L V DESK Long Fight Climaxed as House Concurs in Sen ate Amendments Labor Measure i ii r 11 of tlie company this mornlnn said Since the Viscose Company now The long Uilil for old ace was climaxed today when Ihc House concurred in minor Senate amendi driver it wns shown by the 1 J J Two years later he switched to the short side and emerged from the ruins of the panic with All I did was look ahead he ex Crater There were no clues It was his bride of four months the former Mrs Harriet Noble who j informed police she believed her husband had been kidnaped j Previous kidnaping threats had alarmed both the Livcrmores At one time the famous market specu lator had had a police guard to in SUTn a rluo the nolicc i nShl he changed from a bull to a and FedTraf ngcms studied the aei F His holdings in petroleum tivitics of the missing broker immecU atcly preceding his disappearance at ths prospect nf seeing her baby after a fiveninntli absence Mrs Charles A Lindbergh here is sl as she arrived in College Pninl L I after sn epochal fli Rht over four continents on which she and her famous husband covered 30000 miles Tanned a dccT brown by tropical suns Sirs Lindbergh is colorfully nttireil in helmet and jodhpurs In the lush twoyear period which s began in 1917 Livermore stacked his g GOLD PRICE last dollar in the market With what i elder more experienced operators i UNCHANGED TODA1 termed uncanny foresight he mij loaded his steel stocks and dropped in out of that picture Almost over WASHINGTON Dec 20UP Tnc government tociay continued the i price for newly mined domestic gold I stocks he sold short i al H10 prcc iu sircc The charms of the wheat pit cauahl December 13 Todays Washuiston price was LINDBERGHS AT LTH TE 1 IV ments and sent two Blumberg nicc itm iiiirimuf ivnrxi in 11m i nsslsliiiure bills to Ciuvunior Pincliots I pns ihe iiiRhcst wagis IMMIIIR in int i i Calling County Commissioner DCS rayon industry tlie company mum j mond to tlie witness stand Mr lams that a general wane increase M pvil i It hnrnrin asked why bids were not id per cent is out of the question I vorlKed When Hie impiiort in fact Ihe company olucinls fee b ockcd un o d iRe one nlmUh didnt mcy that until such time us competitors 11M111 iinunttiiHiH lepresLiilcd n in Ihe industry adjust rales somewhat I1 eommrnsuralc witli rates now being j i paid by the Viscose Company no j ar Govcrnmwho IN XiMAS PARTY irvisOI uf rulcs can be con Kldered eompanv that apart I Arrainicmcnts have been made by a Us position UK explained tlie commit tec consisting of Mrs William lialier ciinnot remain as it is and jViard 3rd and Mrs Clifford H Pcoj Inv Ulis purpose it is the intention Colonel and UllC Complete prp members of the board of direr of ont or morc of uu official of the to rrvous Ihc Mouse York Hospital concuriTiice 19 UIR lora of tlie cililti Health Centers In amendments bv a 1B7 to 0 vote Kutifienlion of the Federal Child Labor Amendment like thn HKC pen sion hugdboo Is slated lo clear the Legislative hurdles during the spcclnl whore previous mrclmRs of lenge your attention the attorney asked We nfjreed with Moorson on the rate and it was ns low as we could fict nt the time replied Mr Desmond and when the hiring war slarted wn did not know how IOHR the work would last These are snrchnrRC proeccdinKi nnd we are lo ask the Court to rs i the youthful operators fancy next 1m c oH fn c i LIU uiiLiiiui uijuicuui iiuuv UUM A after he wrs reported to have fared fve tlie m Loncion in Eecurities Friends asserted fi shillings 0 pence un changed from yesterday On the Continued on 1agc Fourteen the opening pound sterling exchange ruts tins was i to S3263 an ounce Livermore spent several tcrdny at his office 120 He then returned to the triplex apartment at 1100 Park ave nue He spent several minutes in con T o versation with his young and attracj KAIIS lo live wife Then without saying j whare he was going he arose to leave Airs Livermore accompanied him j downstairs as was her custom Sho Rain is predicted today and Greet Their Son mai party tomorrow afternoon in the I Johnson stated the i Deshong Memorial Building Edpmonti ihatu cannot cc it onnnnAii t AT ol ull iiVHii ouiuuis in to go to Washington to con Air VoyagC lthL5 city to entertain the children vvith uc Nilional Labor r i i H Cimllnuccl nn MKc rourtecn the three hcalih at a nconvtllnc thr eheckoff Mr Kulh Senate omnanv ietiTls up for second read plrnOTiM A A wav clem to i totln wilh lu filwl nee Vjlirjb I AIM IN UvblA nvcinic belwecn Ninth and Tenth i neejde to it feels that to place them on the AREA TODAYjfQREMENS CLUB d TO MEERONI6HT Salus Senate child labor resolution and balid in the foyer and did not wait to see him leave the building D That was at 3 oclock yesterday terday was 43 degrees at G iiiici afternoon Livermore has not been the lowest was 33 at 815 a m The seen since average of oO was four degrees above j Detectives were summoned to the normal for the date and 13 degrees Livermore home last night Mis j above th average December Livcrmorp who WPS formerly a year Maximum temperature for tlie cert sniper became alarmed because i tiatr is C5 established in ami she had not received the hourly tele minimum 4 in 1385 j Sunrise today was si 710 a m and Continued on Iage Fourteen I sunset will be at 433 p m Eastern standard time COUNTYRESIDENT i DIES SUDDENLY I i WO ALLEGED Miss Nellie Patterson 70 was found TU TPP TlVf f T TCTATW dead in a chair in the Prospect Park UlUUkJ 111 IjLUJ 1 1 lirehouse this morning by her sister i Mrs William Cunningham before u oclock last night I they drove through the gates of the j Morrow estate home of Mrs burghs mother completint a lour DANCETONIGHT id Maryland i QrctJon In 1o countries on which they cm Veterans OrrrUlixalion to svcn every ivssurancc that Tlie highest temperature here yes J ant bCSSlOH tO 5C barkctl flvn molUis and 10 days ago T siniority nBht of workers would re barked five montis and 10 days ag lIffl n M f1 hv Nine hours esrlicr iliev look oif rom A I I U 1 1 i Jl r Cliarlcston S C on ihe iact Ic1 nf ExCCUlivOS i tiitir nir odysscy ktiuiim in the early i afternoon at Coilejre Point i Wiini Ihev nrrived at the Marrow Aftrr a montn s In activities mnnst0 iicr were informed mat members of th ForemanManagers Jon ics than n year od wnrn ills Floor SIlOW I 1UUI UIIIM Ihc Armorv given by the worker reprnrentatlve the companv has no hesitation in then put it in the calendar for granting this icciiiest second rciidini today The representatives of the workers i Pour alls and the suspension of five House bills rulcs were neces sary lo dislodce llu resolution from the Constluilinnal Amendments Com vnv consideration but lhat of nf nblllly must br matter mitlee headefl liy Rep lohn H King Trie nndieri solidly by Dmncials VICTIM IS FOUND John Berry 3D of C13 East Fif teenth street who wns missing from home the past three months was found wandering in ii daze in Cam cien N J by the police yesterday Berry was a victim of amnesia Berry former captain of Chester High School baseball team and later a star football player at St Josephs College was injured in an uulomobilr accident nionths near Trainer about four At 11ml time he sus I It at the plant his mornj Hoopes hrld or more votes with Ills t Hit mceliiiK yesterday Tlir Combined Vrtrran1 Associij ouVrowth of numeroin cJjnferj hcimi 135 to tlonx nf thJ city will repeat Ihn chpr cncc Uirinr the pnst few clwrqc him on eneh move the closest vole oa the motion to dis Attempts inny lie made in the Sen on c rniirtecn gram preparedby the committees in I Tonights affair follows close on th charge of arrangements orcd his vcyae for the purpose of One of the features will be the formal instillation of officers msn choieii from the highest positicn in local industries becunr of llunr linim up routs to 1OCUI IJLCUllJr IIUII i Mrs Cunninghams husband is Charged With Beating and porience and abilitv to handle groups HtVwa3 brberai to have brought i ll caretaker of the firehousc and Miss Patterson had resided with the couple for 15 years the length of time the Cunninehams have been m charse of the fire company headquarters She had resided for more than 2s years in the borough T i I Arp ttcin cs jvi t ihe final reporis of his trip notes MAKE CHANGES IN SCHOOL TERM continually seek to find means of Superinlendcnt of Police Deaven port today complimented Detectives Mrs Cunningham stated that her i ROy Seaman and Bernard Dougherty Fistcr although receiving a few visits for the excellent work they accomT7 P I7V from her physician the past two j plishcd yesterday in apprehending f JLf JuA weeks seemed in good health two thugs who the night previous The funeral will be held Saturday j slugged Charles Whitchead 24 of G afternoon although complete ar1 Cleveland avenue Claymont Del rangcmcnts for the services have not and robbed him of S4GO in bills of S50 been announced i and S100 denomination Detectives say both men have made complete confessions and they also recovered of the loot and con siderable merchandise which the i thugs had purchased with the stolen i money icini OL i points 01 the world Continued on 1airf fourteen It vas thought that Mrs Lindbergh INDUSTRY j would esa shopping their overni was little at Isast one Christmas j available at the present time but n Th vna S1V hns is behcvrd the Christmas fund w1 r was found in pos rcceive a substantial sum as at f a revolver Sunday performances the patronage Hr miipjstrni0 h boucht it gintifyiiiK from a man he didnt know and wns Miserable weather greeted the ilTjIUr 0 Slu it when arrested eflort to Increase I lie i K x p i a n a 1 i o n Dissipates Impression Held by Parents and IupiLs tained a head injury and his father Amos Berry atlrirmtrr tlilr injury to Ihc amnesia condition Berry re turned homo last evening and is under medical care U S TRIiASUltV BALANCE WASHINGTON Dec The Treasury net balance for De cember 18 was Mis cellaneous Internal Revenue receipts that day were Customs receipts for the month through Da ccmber were XMAS 1AKTV PLANS Mux Grass geniiil steward of the Chester Club has made all arrange for the Christmas party which will bo held at 1215 noon Saturday Many surprises uro planned nnd indications are that tha Some parents of school fipe children parly will be the best ever singed trip later this werk On j Cmistmi Fund for the Civic Coun ry i rpn AT M A M T T7T7T rniKit stops in Europe there heavy fog addrtl1 tiUL VlAN LlLT 1 chance for her to do any j o the discomfort of those who at n i ILVAJlTAix i tuj A i 1 f pmnt nrt In mri rll I IIP crnoct nr n rTiinrv i n m i HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY Iy United Press Executive Order and the limited storage tempted to reach the Chester armory their black and red mono over ice covered streets nnd sidewalk irecludcri the carrying of any tllis morning greeted thn Vetj except essential clothing i crnns nnd the Civic Council who are i Some of ih rcftilts of Lindberghs j nidravoring to put flight were cxpoetcri to I nnd many of the pupils have obtninrd j i false impression of school calendar j changes elTected by Ihc city school directors Inst spring in making out Ihe schedule of school days for the terms The prognim as adopted pro whlch amply meets the state require I menls for public schools A roar Topics of Ta nies the annual Thcy are arresting bootleggers here after a lull of 14 years Before prohibition bootlceors used to depend on their friends Now Keeping in Effect RC with Pan Amncan i considered unlikely be made public 1 Christinas Party for the poor kid utibn termination of his conferences dies over a bang H is thehope i ktriltLMlLUUilkillll I i IT rangement of of he vacation n j u socaUcd Iricnd3 r nrt Illot fibril J kidi Will Of William Slirr AdUwnods has been effected so iiiiinii u cd t Uin lhev lad 1 burden of days when schools will bn offtcialj IL wn the weather will clear by night iuuiuiii umint thot the famous Thn entire proceeds of tonight s ClllployniCnt AsirceiUCnt Imer would make further Iripo until ciancr will be donated to the Christ r i the return of spring flying weather ma Fund Thrre is s Both alleged robbers Carlton Perry i j Then lie mav anothr survry near Tenth1 WASHINGTON Dec of lhtt Arctic Vcions U was indicated r nnn TTJI cirliTi absolutely no AT f nron ilCt per secular Star Queen brand Tecnic R W Il Bcltv CliowHir K i n I a d Longitude Tiiloyrics Spot Pofitmaii Home Mr Birtli Artrialic ollt fov a forma hearing in police ment fov indurtvy for four monthr court tomorrow morning after January 1 The victim of the brutal assault was discharged from the Chester Hospital yesterday but will be under a physlccmberiil Presidents re employment originally expired Lclimann Diuiair cians care for several weeks as he Discussing approval of the docu iniltCf to I rebate cloed will full in the cold weather Joe says a woman may be taken r t r thus properly aligning with for granted but she never goes with IS liCnCllCiary the fuel economy programs being ati out saying tempted by the directors in view of i in of uiliiTtn w fm reduced income A man at Media married a woman 1 leaves his cstatc to his widow Marv halftime arrangement and their ideas j voimn Innc Surrl and William Carter of been rumored and exaRgeiatcd shaking Madison street who are also i The plan Is by no means a halftime eimj named The estate is esti eompronnse and olters a full year i lays one WClki pipM niatrd at of which S2500 is i with merely a rrarraiigcineiit of the Dnvcs percolator to his customers in realty Mr Surrl died on Dcccm calendar us published last spring ijov when the matter war being considered The average salesman from door t D T r T i Ti Th3 income of the bulk of the i by the directors todoor says gcttin orders is liks olatC Liquor Control Hoard C I OrrilOW l ornicr estate of George K Erb late nf According to he new rrransei Bulling tfcth Which only means 24 ot Lamokin street near street and Joseph Cramer of the SOO President Roosevelt it was announced t block Puscy street were given a today tha Whits Houw has O 17 T T T AV T W i mkQT7R TAIIDI T preliminary hearing in police court vlglloc nn rxecutivc order externlm O Li L iJLlLrl i 1M 1 LilJCO I tilts morning and each was held wilh Presidents rccmploymcnt agree MARRIED 61YRS Pretty Roy Fuscn Tazcvcll Bye anrt Bye Weather cloudy rack muddy AT EPSOM DOWNS Snappy Mailliw Efiayhc j Old Honesty Good Jest Grand Champion K Cliianli Full Up Monks Bcla Range Pom fret Isoslasy Ogygin Wcatlirr clear trafk fast AT TKITKRSOK PAKK sustained severe scalp lacerations as Mr Roosevelt said the result of being beaten on the head in the midst of winter and with I with n heavy club i persons out of work it is es Shortly before noon yesterday scntfal that the new year should noli Detectives Seaman nnd Dougherty bring with it any letclown in tho following out a slender thread of rccovcrv program in the trades and information horn Slow in Taking Leases j on Proposed Sites Receive Felicitations l Middlctown township is lo go to his menls the grcacfil changefi and r hnvc to give prospective cus Grace Hutlon Erb according thoe which arc somewliat confusing tomers a lotta gas to this will probabtcd nt Media The j to the pupils nnd parents include HARUISBURG Pn Drr i A half century of comparatively shoi L interest i estate is estimated at S31000 of which i the extrnsion of tiie Christmas holi i S1000 represents an interest in a dnys this year from Drccmbrr to married life cottrge nt Mt Grctnn The latter Jnnunryfl On last years schedule j true when you plunk It down on the The only sound money thnt inter ests all of us is tlie kind that rincs E the holiday ran from December 2V to counter anuary n Ilus ciiange in itself hiis marie a sreat fuel saviijg pas All Citizens Being Urged to Bun Christmas stac aided c initiation nt the Tsitics and col Mr and Mrs Worriiow came to j Chester about 50 years ago from thr i vicinity of Rockdale where they liad been residing for some years following their marriage Mr Worilow the oldest living retired Postal Depart ment employe in this section spent i T the ercatrr pan of his life in the Department tonny Trie caVHnn riCrvicc of Ulc local omrt nd tulrine Ilions vcjc tnsrn Saturnay by 3o000 hi ycrs of won folhiuurif The dcprccsion has already readied is the main riuw for this inrreasr a rcpuation for efficiency and devo 35000 scores for ihe section of 2500 persons who will be Riven employment under the board Tlie civil srvire having been Laughs Galore Mark Unique Session of the Rotary Club A 15mile railroad in Ohio is be lieved to be the shortest in the coun ContimiPd nn rage Sixteen j try Hmph There arc other rail roads fo short they cant pay the in terest on their bonds Dancing masters of the country call for a champagne waltz in honor of the new freedom It should be something like the oldtime Hesi tatinn Tlie Weather rassion Miss irmatie Go Yonder Pnlvos Pride ifhmciit lo become a valuable assistj become doubly o in Six Rells I avt to the dreaded scourge of the years Nara nixie T Cbaner Age l United States tuberculosis After j With 2000 more cases ready for the j lions which will jwy snmries raiv Tcrtcly AL TallnlaH Busy Mnric i giving unemployment a battle for i ranntoria it stnnris lo reason that in i ing from Moon Volwood j four long years the poor families the past four ycnrs the disease has j will b Tollic Vounp Abe Ijirst Smart are not prepared for the second line j gained ground in spite of nil the hiahc Tn out with its poverty and Ttiberrulosif nlway a nirnice har l Within the next week the control t ion to duty Many llvl tlie last few J board wiil 10 notify yrrved wilh mail in addition to score Rotai Club PI moon of liirir appointiiirnls to pasi of others who heard of the miniver snry date Mr Wornlows Sinta Clans in all his royal pomp wonderment as he gazed info the picliro was n work nf Dee if he iicvcrets nnolhor liiuph during art even though il was ont for r Pennsylvania Clmuly wlh season he ought to be Mitirllcd tropical scene There wns n prn hphl Tady Kile Friend John Angkor Cap Riul K Guidess Pa tricia McKcon Panzola Ultimate Vote Pahlo attack by tuberculosis and have noble efforts bsiiis made to halt its j sifications tic resistance with which to shake oft progress With modern methods ot u this second devastating force j trcatmrnt and prevention widely In 1929 2400 beds were available in used throughout the United States the state sanatoria pnd there was n the scourge has been kept at a min Flvinff i waiting list of 770 patients This wrs I imum Had less care been taken Ambassador Margie Starkjsl j a heart breaking figure tuberculosis might have taken a toll tiii rain lonisilit antl probahly liVun sketch Clark bank oflicini Thursday mornincr warmer in soulh rather drawn before he portion Thursday first birthday His ronj Western Pennsylvania Cloudy tours have crcatlv chanced since that probably rain tonight and in cast fijy i and north portions Thursday slightly The board has taKcn options on j Among mow to exiena gooa wisncs l colder in extreme soulhivcst porlion H4 locations for Male stores 17 hav to the couple were th members of j as they used to be Then came the photo o a d slightly warmer in extreme cast been announced late vcslerday j the Moyamensing Hook and Ladder The members were amazed to see personage who was m the diplomatic J o JX I Virtii mrC 1 ATI H Sl VP rom MOO to SjOOO a year They home to tender conrratula1 No there was no nrofessiona un SKCtcn 01 n ihosr whose grades were ihc i to the former postman nnd his 5lcr entertnm him but lime j take or i rt in various counties and ciasj wife The latter has been in m m iu was turned back two 01 attanied his iioitii msi sfvrn vrnr i three decodes and there the visitor i lours nivi g health the past seven years g those to extend wishes able to see the Rotary members I The sites ore in 60 of thi 67 counties Company Mr Worriiow has been a of the state ii bsins the desire of the i member of the conipany 46 years and board to have the stores which can i is on the honorary roll He has be oosntd the fivil of the year scat served in the capacity of secretary of their pictures thrown on a silver j service of It colder in west pnr screen They wondered where and how the committee got them but Skirl Uncle Mall Cupidity Ron there arc 400 additional beds in the of human life grcalcr than the World be ensued tlie fivit of the year scat served in the capacity ol secietary 01 i nld Grey snnatoria and yet the waiting list hns War casualty list and the number who i tered proporlionalely throughout the the company for more than 40 years Tiding Ynrgee Observa reached the shocking total of 1600 died of sUtr It K doubtful if the board will Although he is now fU years old he lion Sunny Bob Hold Hard Box patients i The situation today has thD Dcla be able lo cct its propned quota of i still lakes an active uurrest m an i there they were other than Mike would hardly recognise him behind the facial alfalfa the trick hat and Bill Mason sedate executive of the the swanky cnne he held when he Sun Oil Company Whod Vnow htm posed Uc was wearing his firM pair ol A military touch was lent next the TODAYS TEMPERATURES Office Weather rlrar track Undernourishment nnri exprxsure to 1 the elements without proper attire Continued on Page Fourteen I Continued on Page Fourteen vompeiF and seated In boat the Continued on Page Fourteen i expression on his fnca being one of Continued on PaRe Fourlen 6 am 7 a m 8 a m 9 a m 10 v m 40 11 v in 40 IToon 38 1 p m 40 2 p m 40 49 39 38 33   

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