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Chester Times (Newspaper) - July 7, 1931, Chester, Pennsylvania TWO CHESTER TIMES, CHESTER. PA., TUESDAY, JULY 7, 1931 STOCKS RISE AND DROP SHARPLY What’s Behind Your Stock K. W. WOOLWORTH ! This pioneer chain store merrhan-...    f    D ...    o.    i    djset.    the I cest and mo ' aucrc-*- M ave oi Selling: in Second 1;. p_anf- n.(r P/ >,■, c , ui, »-Hour Forces Price" From Opening: IyO\el NEW YORK. Jew 7 INS A nave of selling in the second he : today forced prices of the specula’ive leaders sharply downward from the slightly higher levels reached a’ the opening of the market Final accord rn war debts failed to stimulate the American markets as it did the Berlin and Paris Bourses and buying power which forced the fa\oritrs a point or tao higher in the first period evaporated before the md of the first half hour. Profit taking and professional selling accounted for the weakness in the industrials U. S. Steel, which sold near the ripening at IO*1 ■» fell off 3 poi iv- to 101 \ early in the second hour .J. I Case fell back 5 points to MV Westinghouse opened at 73 and reacted aharplv to OOH within an hour In the same period American I el and Tri moved off from I S31 v to IOO ; while National Biscuit broke through to a new low at 57'* and New York Central, at the head of the rails, reacted from 94% to OO' I .new*, lost 21* points and twenty or more of the arrive far on? •    ‘ a I* tiV With the "good news out of the Wav,’’ Wall street again turned its attention to the nearby pro,*ports of Important industries, many of which are striving courageously to lift themselves out of the depression The hears are taking advantage of the unfavorable second quarter earning*' which are already making their way Into print. The whole list gradually settled down to the lower levels near the noon period but trading slowed down considerably and .he market appeared to be recovering its balance The outside market* were fairly steady, with cotton of! a few points and grain fractionally higher German Inlet -national 51» per cent honda advanced about a point in the listed market. Call money I1* pct cen’ Quotation* furnl*hed bv Montgomery Scott and ( n. Member* Philadelphia and New I t»rk Stork I xrhange Tora st dav’a 12 30 Close Open Price* Canada, 428 in England and 60 in Germany. Expansion of outlets during 1930 was limited, but present plans call for a more aggressive growth during the current year. The Capitalization of its English > ub-sidiary, shortly to be consumated, will result in a considerable enhancement of the value at which English properties had previously been carried on the books and will also bring in a large amount of cash to the company s t reasury. Despite the decrease in sales la * year 'n a point about 4 5 jar refunder 1929 levels, lower overhead costa and more advantageous purchasing contracts kept the earnings total a* $3 56 jxr share, only slightly below the previous years showing of $3 66 per share. I ipllalintinn Funded Deb?    ..    437,MKI Common Stock $10 Pan 9 500,000 ( iirreni Hats Compar.* bu .iv is currently showing a very giaii-fving increase and President Parsons anticipates that sale* for the first .six month* will equal those in the .sam* 1930 period. Nill PH don in the aor stores in the lf 8 Rubber Vanadium « West inghouat Warner Bro Yel TAC d. now opera‘es I 891 United States and Tn- I ast day s 12 30 Close Open Pi Ices ... US 16’ .ISS 37' ...    71 (Ail ugh** re*en •Ambridge Assoelates 151 35 73 OBI I UA R 'i Of her tries page » t< It Sew I nrk ( urb Mf eight Moo SII I Ut (.RI I MU Rf. . er (ire* lib* ; g 55. for the years a merchant in Mr filed vf Indio in the ar VAN SWERINGEN^ ■LIE DETECTOR’ TRAPS I MTS SHOW LOSS p(iil*»elphia youth The    Philadelphia poiif    today lr    jir.    I/;, la    \«, .,/i,    r;gg<*d up what th?' cam-: , *    .< c* - Report Is for    hight    Months of    I‘KIO; Other Financial    pepper    seeds obtained a statement from a    boy that he and five    others 1 had stolen $500 in a series of rebbe rie«, The ''lie detector" was made up of stolen radio parts that had fallen into Hie hands of the police. The boy was seated in front of the <on-told that if he told a lie it would be reflected in a color . register behind his back He was not allowed to look around Wire.* were placed on his arms and I legs, the police told him, to register j his "blood flow" in the device Ail lights save a small red one were ex- ' tuiguished Each time the police thought I he boy's answers to questions were wrong they told him * hr “lie detector" showed green Then pepper seeds were j put on his tongue He complained ; that they burned "Those pills always burn the ton- j gue of a liar,'* he was told The youth Charles Donahue, J6 began to cry and made a statement implicating hurts, if and four fit her j boys and a man in robberies of Faith Tabernacle in lh** northeast section I of Philadf lphia miring xix months Donahue, John Ditty 31, and John; Wingate 18. were held without ball for court. Tile three other boys, Rob- i ert Summers I > Reno Benner 15 and I his brother. N* to<» voting to b regular {Kalif* r to the House c FLIERS GREETED BY HOOVER The statement o ingen Corporation from thf beginning I, 1930, to December of subsidiaries si ow 058 538 according ' sued *n New York The Cleveland I < Company and who! ary reported I to Decem bf $93 ROO Th ss of tie Thf fiweringen to Deeembf received $8S tcrest on v balance sheet sho $1 143 850 T otal a r the 31. 19 an par Van Sweringf int nine arcoi rporati »!d no •fbi i the Van Rwer-for the period of business May II last, exclusive Eruption and wa net loss of $1,-f the report ts- rninals Building owned subsidi-period from May 0 net income of is a subsidiary ■ n Corporation, unt of the Van iou from May I bowed interest e n es. $7052, in-5 ll 140 637. Tile rash on deposit 1 •t* were reported srplus account $2 854 895 D* I la rf men' &« nation pl ad; :hn urned un id Motor Com-from the Navy •' for thirtv ob* a t $443,235. 'Sal meeting of 'hlehein Steel ain been ad- Am O A E ... .. 71 71 71 * Inner of the Marcus Hook Fire Com Am Super ...... .. 12 . 13 12'i pany while being removed from his Cit ieh Sen ..... .. 12’- 1211 12** mime at 811 Market street to Ches Cent Bt El ..... ST 8 8 ter Hospital. He had tarn iii only Eke B Si 8 •,. .. 44 . 44 * 44 . a few hours N la-Had P ..... .. ir* ll „ ll » He i* survived bv In* widow Ro > Find Im ...... .. IP* 12 12 two son William and Mon afd Self? I Iud ..... ' , lh one daughter Bertha Un LA* P ..... .. 22 ** 22 . The funeral wiii tak^ pl«'f tomor Util P A- L .... .. 9 * 9 * 9 • row afternoon, with interment at Penmd Crp .... 6 , 13- 6 '» Brookhaven cemetery. Ford It Can ... 13 13 • Amb Yvette .... Untied Ga* ..... !.* 7 2 , 7 . CHESTER IS AIDING A.xso G Si E ,... Cid Crp ....... .. IU. .. 9 » 14'» 9‘* 14 , 9 , TO REMEDY SITUATION Mn vt* ..... .. 2 * ■ Lehigh CA N . .... 23 .... T he new annary r.ewag* system in Federal I potation ani the twelve 1931 surplus Aff $17,745 Directors FfJUittC I ne dend of $1 p stork pa va stockholder* Canadian Parifl for June gross rev# a decrease of $3 42 six month* of 191 nile.* amounted to crease of $14 585 O' »t,cf Traction Corib' idlarlc* report for nth • f nded May 31 "A • 055, a dec re a e I and Gen* I ii I er la red a di vino the preferred rust I, 1931, to rd July 20. Railway reports . of ti2 440 000 500 For the first the gross reve* 170 491 OOO a de rm an B* liner 13. were handled through the i,m ne Is and were sent Detention. Anaconda 29 < 30% 28 % Am A* For Power . 37 »♦ 38% 36 4 Am Can 1121 * 113 111 Am Smelt A Ref , . 38'. 38% 37% Am Inter ........ . 15'« 16 15 Am TAT........ 182 183% 180% Atl Refin ........ . 16 IS 4 15% Auburn Auto .... 188 190 182 Adams Express . HIN 16 % 16% Am Pow A* Light . . 40 40% 39 Alaska Juneau ... 14% 14% 14% Beth Steel ....... 52 * 53% 50 ■» Bald Ix>eo........ 16 16 * 15 a B A* O ........... 6! . 62 t 60 * A M Byers ........ 36% 37 % 35 % Borg-Wa mer ...... 19% 20% 19 4 Briggs Mrs; ........ 14 14 . Ll Ii Rendix ............ 20 % 21% 20 4 Col Oas .......... 34 34 . 33 Check Cab ....... 11% 11% 11% Col Oraph ........ 10% ll • IO * Com A So ........ 8% 9 8 4 Curtis* Wr ....... 3 3% 3*4 > Con Nairn ........ ii» 11% ll % Con Ga* .......... 98 . 99 % 97 , , J I Case .......... 88 » 89 % 84% I Cont Can ........ 53 53 % 52% Com Solvent*...... 15 15% 14% I Chrysler .......... .’4 . 24% 23% duP de N ......... 90 Pl % 89 * El Albolite ..... 44% 45% 44 I EW P A L ...... 42% 44% 42% 1 Fed Water ....... 17% 17% 17** ' Foster Wh ........ 30 31% 29% Freeport Tex ...... 28 31% 29% Fox Films ....... 20% 20 * 19 . Gold Dust ........ 30% 31% 29 * ; Gen Motors ...... 39% 39 % 39% Gen EW ........ 44% 39% 38 * Gen Foods ....... 49 % 49% 49 Gen Realty ....... 4 4 4 Houston O ....... 46 4* , •I** ’ Hudson Mot ..... 15 4 15 Int Combust ..... ; ' . Int Nickel ....... 16 16% 15 * Int T A T ..... *> 26 * **5 Johna-Manvllle ... 58 59% 56 Xflvinator ....... I j 11% IO % Ken Cop ......... 21% 22 % 20% ! Lambut .......... 70% 70 % 69 a liquid Carbonic .. 31 % 31% 32 Loews Inc ........ 46 46% 44 « lortlard .......... 19% 19% 19% Mont* W ......... 5H % : 22 . 21 MrK Tin P ...... 85% 86 83 % Mex Sea Oil ..... 16 16 a 15 * * Miami Cop ..... 6 % 7 N Am Aviation .. ii * $ 9% 8% Nevada ........... tis ll 10% North Am ........ 71 % 72l* 71 % Nat P Ai L....... ta |% 28 % Na*h Auto ....... 30’n 30 4 29 4 Nat Cash ......... 26 % Nat Dairicx ..... 36 % 37% 35 l* Pub Sen* N J..... 85 85 * 64 Pure Oil ......... 8 8 8 Philip* Pet ....... 8 * 8 « 8% Packard 7 \ 8 Paramount ....... mf i 27 . 26% Penna RP ...... 49 t 50 49% Republic Steel .... 16 * 16% 15% Radio Corp ...... 20‘a 21 % 20 Radio K O ....... 16 16 % 16 Bi rn mons ........ 18 • 18 . Stowe A' Webster . 35% 36 4 34 * Sears Hoe ........ 56% 58'* 56% Serve I . ....... 9% 9 % 9 Sinclair Oil ...... ll TO » Stand Br ........ 18% 18 % 18 * Stew Warn ...... ii 12% 13% S O of NJ....... 39 % 39 % 39 I 8 O of N Y ...... 17% 18 » 18 % Tex Corp ........ 23 % 24 Tex P L Tr ...... IO * ll 4 IO % Tev Gulf Sulp ... 36 % 37% SH , Un Aircraft ...... 30% 29 ■ 2 V 8 Pipe ........ A 25 * United Corp ..... 24% 23 % ti O I ............ 30 % 29% } WILKES BARRE. Pa., Jill* 7 dipt- Fire, believed to have bern caused by defective wiling In an electric refrigerator, damaged the interior of tile home of Rina blo Cap* {atliml, former president of District No, I, United Mine Worker.* of America ('st{K'illni is now serving a term in file Pastern Prntlenitarv after pleading guilty to charge of arson in connection with th* firing <»f hts home last September 26 it\ is listed among the public un I-public operations that are pushed to remedy the employ -situation in reports from every * et ton Of the rountrv to 'tie President IR divei Emergency Employment Commit let Rcjvrft* from Pennsylvania Indicate contract,a for project* calling for an evjK nditure of $2 >36 022, were awarded in the state during the past ae veil day;. The Cheater protect means an expenditure of $77 590 Tire total throughout the count! is $.38-575 078 in contracts awarded last Bickford'* Inc sales of $614 064 {x-r cent Bales ended June 30 report, for June an increase of 32 3 In the six months 1931 amounted to $.3 94 rent. va. sn Incur a e of 36 3 per Canadian National Railways report for June gro re et es of $15 236 230 a de, I. a * of $4 169 498 For the six months ended June 30 iou the revenue* totaled $88,275,626, a decrease Of $21 036 362 WATERLOW DEAD; LONDON EX-MAYOR LONDON July 7 Sir William Waterloo I ' ' ar • I md Mavor of london, who wa head o' a famous printing firn died .suddenly in a private hospital here yesterday at the age of 60 yea:    He had tx*en suffer ing from an abdominal malady for some dav . and was removed to the hospital, where an operation was perform eel The opinion was expressed that his Illness undoubted;*, was aggravated by a $5 000,000 lawsuit recently brought by the Bink of Portugal This proved n heavy financial blow Until a few month* ago Sir William was of untiring energy, playing a vigorous game of tennis and often dancing until the small hours. HOOVER GREETS FLIGHT HEROES F*o>t and (Tatty Acclaimed; Have Luncheon and Get Scrolls Ttie visit of Miler Post and Harold Gattv, intrepid crew of Hie plane "Winnie Mar" lo Washington. IL (’.. vva* marked bv scene* of the warmest enthusiasm visbrtt.n. liter a parade along Pennsylvania avenue. Hie (tiers were entertained at a mention and banquet at the White House, where they heard President Hoover laud their wonderful Hight. Photo shows the record smashing pair with the president in the rose garden of the Executive .Mansion. Here ;i nj I ii ere The monthly meeting of the Delaware County Horticultural SoeicH Will tx* held in the Y. M C. A building, Seventh street and Edgmont avenue, Friday evening, ct 8 o’clock Dr Ka'herine Ulrich, medical examiner for the Y. W. C A , will be af the "Y ’ building, Seventh and Sprout k,:< c Monday netween 6 30 radioed'thai and 8 30 p gust. rn , during July and At* MT’ CARMEL Three youths were held bv police today for a hearing in Juvenile Court while a fourth member of Hie gang was sought In connection with numerous robberies i of buxine** place* arui apartment* in this section in which Hie Intruders were believed bi have made their entrance through Hie transoms above the doors. Police said they have re- | coveted hundreds of dollars worth of alleged st ole ii merchandise at the , home of Peter Yurrhlkums, who was held under $500 ball charged with re* LANSFORD State police weir conducting a search of Pennsylvania and parts of New Jersey today in an effort to locate Maly Vishnerick, 18 Summit Hill, near here, who disap-jx*ared from her home According to the parents of the girt, sin* was enticed into Hie automobile of a man whom they said wa* Joseph Vlance*, of New York. and drove awa*. The girl lias not been seen since MAHANOY CITY f ilm tai > i \ toe were being arranged today lot Mrs Christine Hersker, 93. one of the city r oldest residents, who died at the home of her on in Philadelphia She was a member of the Hersker family, builders of the Mahanoy City opera house famous during the days of the traveling troupes. ALTOONA Illegally riding on a fast passenger train here cost the life of Gerald laddie Drulard. 33, of De-trott. who was knocked from the lop of th* train a* it was passing under * bridge in the railroad yards. HTMNDON John Smith, of F lier* Ferry, near herr, was fatally injured when struck on the head with a heavy timber while assisting in raising a barn a? tile farm of Clayton WOMAN HITCH HIKER’ DONS MAN’S CLOTHES (Tad in overalls, a man* vest and ( tji, pi■ *rv youn wu^wi c'.timltu j to be Mi* Violet Walker, 19. of Buffalo, N Y , w as picked lip as a I "suspicious character** in Philadelphia hxiay W’hile trying to "hitchhike ’’ sho was asking pa.sing motorists for a "hop to Baltimore The woman adverted she was estranged from bet husband arid was en route to Texas. She said she wax tired of married lift1 and 'skirt* anti was wearing overalls as they were the most comfortable for hitch-hiking She was detained for a hearing TRUST COMPANY TO ADMINISTER ESTATES 'Die Delaware County Trust Company has bern granted letters of administration. at Media, to administer the $1! 0 estate of Sampson P I aw- rrnee, I estate ( Market Mr I f< it of ttii" city, and the $9e,* i Ralph Conte late of 1023 street. Marcus Hook i w re nee, who died in Hie Jef- n Hospital. Philadelphia on June 24, survived bv his widow Mr* Helen lawrence and a Kent and daughter. Mr. Conte, who died at Bayonne, N J , on June 22 is survived bv hi* widow. Mrs OonslgUa Conte. three daughteis and a son. Port of ( bester POK I OI < III n 11 It June .tie* of    J J Newberry Com-    Settlement ins bon    made by    A R pain totaled    $2 >51 078. against    Mi Candil*h, pre id* ut    of the    A R. $2 232 773 in June 1930 Sales for McCandhsh Company, of Piuiadel-the six month',    ended June 30, 1931.    phia, with Brown A    Dulles,    for a totaled $12 818    110, compared with    new resident on Thornbrook    road, $12,198,386    Rosa moat. It is of fat inhouse type, containing tao Ive rooms and four baths, with a three-car garage on a plot of ground 142 by 210 feet. Thus property is the newest house in Hie Thornbrook development, the original tract having been purchased fiom the Hevl estate It adjoin* Hie residences of Mis Frederick Starr. Hie late Coloni I William J Flliott and George B. Evans, and wa* sold for $45 OOO. CHINA PROTESTS ON KOREA RIOT DEAD NANKING, China, July 7 (UP' — The foreign ofllee today dispatched a protest to Japan against anti-Chinese riots in Korea which in Hie Inst few days have caused a rising number of deaths. The casula!tcs included 45 Chinese killed and hundreds wounded, 87 seriously, the Chinese advice* asserted. The Government in protesting demanded assurances that similar outrages would not recur, Korea is a part of the Japanese empire, governed and policed by Japan. U. S. LETS CONTRACTS TOTALING $38,575,078 WASH I NOTON, July 7 Contracts totaling $38,575,078 for public and semi-public construct ion projects were awarded during the past week Tile President s emergency employment committer announced today PURCHASES FINE HOME AT ROSEMONT REQUEST FOR JAIL SENTENCE GRANTED SHIPS COLLIDE. BUT NEITHER NEED AID NEW YORK. Julv 7 (INS-The Italian steamer Camla collided with the French liner France in heavy fog near Ambrose light early today. Neither ship was report'd damaged The Camla, bound for New York, she d.d not led assistance but would remain af anchor until the fog lifted. The France messaged sIf* would proceed on her eastern trip immediately. Alaska June rn Gold Muling Company estimate- June profit at $174-800 before depreciation and Federal 1 taxes, and the profit for the six months ended June 30 1931 tx rxti-mated at $847,4 10 before depreciation and Federal taxes. Revenue ear* loaded on the line* of the Norfolk and Western Rahway in June totaled 81 062 against 93 497 iii June last year Revenue cars received from connection* amounted to 19 779 compar!d with 26 300 in same month of 1930 At a special election citizen* of Et Reno, Oklahoma, granted a renewal of ti *    !5    veal electric franchise to Oklahoma Gas and Electric Com-pans Oklahoma City and Ada Oklahoma. recently voted electric franchises lo the Oklahoma Gas and Electric Company. The Gillette Safety Razor Company is reported planning to clof** its Boston plant at the end of Julv as Hie management believe* this to Ive the speediest of consolidating the Baston equipment with machinery coming from th? Autostrop plant. F W Wool wort h Company report* June sales of $21,978,075, against $ ,715,593 in June 1930 an increase of 6 I per rent. For the first six company's sales low Cts. 8 31 p and 7 41 p md 4 28 p t ii s of Ship/nny Wvnn. short iv P hts after neighbor Binit h the accident. Ill III lOli I lit VI lf Na mo si na no. 4 sh ( hrUnum street, Philadelphia, wax held In $500 bail bv Magistrate Samuel K Basis rn of Broomall, charged with chiving a tar while under the Influence of liquor. Btl la no was arrested by Con [WIa1 M J Ihadkv Stair High wav Patrol oil the West Chester pike at Castle Rock XII \ ll VI Hi vt VS ll I ll V pl' vain*. chant The i Nt w oi ware B IL 8. hip Annapolis under the Boaid of Commis* cation will sail on the summer practice cruise Philadelphia Navy Yard. this afternoon with 90 all :actions of Pennsyl-le twing trained for Job* months of 1931 totaled $130 276 $131 313.486 in t i khI of last year tenth* of I per i Expoit* of I Malaya to Unit tug June totalr pared with 31,0 26,491 tons in Rubber Exchani port*. Shipment June were 52L tons in May air last year. T xpoj States from Ce in June, compar and 3245 tons it con dec rn pa red wit •spending p* ease of elgh h rude rubber from d States port* rim -t 27,713 tons rom-4 tons in Mav and lune last year, the e of New York reborn Ceylon In ton*, rn a inst 4535 d 4848 tons in June ■ s to the United Ion were 3513 tons >d with 3132 in May June, 1930. Ow en Ga Ila "her. 49 no home found sleeping in a vacant house on Elsinore street will have a home for the n^xt thirty davs. at his request. "Whats the choree against this mon queried Magistrate B' try in polirr court fbi* morning "Sleeping in a vacant house, your honor." said Officer Rosen, who made the arrest, You re dirharged Owen." said * Ii magistrate. "Aw, please Judge, please give me thirty days " pleaded Gallagher "Granted.” and the prisoner was -rut ic Hic county jail MENTOR YARNALL WILL IS PROBATED Th of .Mentor P. Yarnell, late of al . in Hied to probate by Reg* el ct Wills George E. Hill, at Mcd.a Ira vex tits $4,500 estate to hi*-von, Alite:? H Vat nail Mr Yarnall dud in tile M cha Hospital on June 19 Mi5. C.aia W Slack. 917 Fourteenth avenue, Moore, has be* n given Lcttcis of Administration lo administer the $2509 estate of her husband. William Slack who died on June 26 Two daughters and a son also survive. V \ , IU I H BARON SI. IIN NEW YORK, July 7—(INS»—An outbreak of a new war between beer barons was feared by police today ax the aftermath of the killing of Charles Fn'ratta. Three men, who entered the office of a bottle company and shot Entratta without warning, mav have been agents of the Al Capone gang in Chicago, police Raid. Seasonable Salads Soak I 1-2 tablespoon* gelatine in 2 table.sjxxins rold water and dissolve in 1-3 cup boiling water: add I cup ginger ale, 2 tablespoons sugar, a few giains of sail. and the Juice of I lemon. When jelly begins to s’L- laid in ’j cup whue *raprs, skinned and seeded; 1-2 c p diced apple. 1-2 cup celery cut in small strips; 1-2 cup shredded pineapple, md 1-4 cup preserved pinger. Turn into a ring mold, chill, and sci vc on lettuce leaves. with cream mayonna'se dressing. Or if thai does no! tempt you. consult Luther our booklet on oi arises anti lemons which contains recipes for many other salad* th*? ar* scaaoni.hle, AL' you will Irani from if how to con* rwt numerous cold drink*- for hot we athel . This is the coupon to use ordering the booklet. The ( hrxtrr l imes' Information Bureau. Frederic J. Baskin. Director, Washington, D C. I enclose herewith ruth CENTS in coin or stamps tor a ropy of |gf booklet on ORANGES ANH El AIONS. Name Street ......................... City .......................... "tate      .................... W ASHINGTON July 7-Official Washington acclaimed th* record dash around the world of Wiley Post and Harold Gattv with a round of ovations The fliers received the greeting* and congratulations of President Hoover and wert- hi- guests at luncheon yesterday. A reception by tho National Press Club and a testimonial banquet marked by presentation of scrolls listing them in the National Aeronautic Associationhall of fame completed the day* program. Bad weather kept the Winnie Mae on the ground in New York. The fliers, accompanied by their wives and backer. F. C. Hall, journeyed to Washington by tram. An offkial reception committee met them at the station and eicorted them to the White house, where they w re immediately presented to Hoover. The President said I am happy personally to congratulate you on j our achievement of flying around the world In th* remarkable time of levs than nine days. Your accomplishment Is striking testimony of the advancement which ha.- been made during the last few years bv American pilots and engineer.*- I congratulate you for your courage, determination, technical ability and .skill.’’ The White House luncheon partv included Mr*. Hoover, Cabinet officers, assistant secretaries and military aviation chiefs. Wiley Po.xf and Harold Catty, pilot and navigator of the famous’globe-circling plane the Winnie Mar, have j been invited to pay a visit to Phtla-! delphia so that the city may show them its appreciation of their feat bv giving them "the flnc.M reception on record." The invitation wa* sent today by Commander Robert Hedtler, engineer in charge of aeronautics of the city’s bureau of aviation, upon the order of Mayor Mackey. NEW YORK, July 7 - 'UP —Wiley Post and Harold Catty and their wives returned to New York City today from Washington where they received from President Hoover his praise for their around-the-world flight. THIRD STABBED VICTIM IN MONTH IN PRISON OSSINING N. Y., July 7 'UP' - Sing Sing Prison authorities today nm ligated possibility of a gang feud among prisoners as arrangnnents were made for binal of John Delurca, victim of the thud stabbing In lex* than a month. Dclucca died in the prison hospital last night of knife wounds, inflicted by an unidentified a.vsallant during a motion picture show Saturday night. News of the stabbing was withheld until Hie victim’s death. MIKA FINAL AWARD TONIGHT Media Better Business Campaign One Will vs Coach Six-day ( mise in Bermuda and Nota Scotia White (.old \N rist Watch And man a other Fine Lifts Awarded Tonight! Mi > I ti I ti C I' rim\ a ti)*hip WI ins has ar ii 'A CHICAGO Moore, vice pr» iran Bond and flied a libel Rut met ijv 7 Ha ident of th Mortgage r til the Fed( Amt Court today as damages of E. Haldern! his publij-hmg compani is based on an at tide the Am* Mean Freeman mg $ on t n-Juhu* a •a The 8 uprearing rn May 9. a Are En g in on a p< in hold •era* dredges truant* dr eel; I* during tile Liston’s Raj lint 4 OOO feet 6 I. to a poi! IV I I . drrdg ates Wetland, from the Del*-i damaged. vin be etiling in the week bc- Df edge gt, center above gas It RiMI feet * New Or- The P. .st oft awarded an « heavy duty ma car Company of Hie trucks v New York C twentv-lwo to ma linier will b* eh ie* as follow Washington, t Dallas, Tex, ti one, and order ca! re Department has rder for fifty-three I trucks to Hie Auto-f Ardmore Eighteen til be assigned to the ty Postoffice and Brooklyn. The redivided among other IX)* Angeles, four, reel Pittsburgh, two o; Jacksonville. Fla De* Moines, la , one The s for immediate delivery. 600 Rant 400 ENTRY BLANK fur NATIONAL INTELLIGENCE TEST ( onducted b* Central Pre** Assn, iaiion anil ( lir*ti-r lune* Six high school ho.'* reef six sections of the coun?r\ a tour of Italy and the Me e the be •rra pc with one In sofia fly xpenxf Dear Sir* I desire to par?;clpf'r in !h‘ High School, Friday, July lo, * ie C NAME 'Please print cr v plain ADDRESS CITY I ATTEND.........................HIGH    SCHOO! YEAR .... Please trail or bring this Fn'ry Rlfink to cffire of the Time.*, rente e nun in \V M Men redge Rovxeli Alt It IA I ll Julv 6 Alar* u* Honk earner AI RF RT F WAITS Glen. vt on, petroleum, Sinclair Navtga-c. im pany amel Hav uge Bl UE hal’a.Nt. S SUNOCO Dbl rn Oil Comp? ( I I AKI I) Mart ii* Honk Texas T pa ny. Blea m? Pedro, rn MOTR IX e and Hoi mport Ar ench*. Flam* gasoline, t he min a I Com* WF8 ITRN SUN. Br tg San last, Sun Oil Company. Cia?moot. lift. B'earner NEVADA, Bayonne N. J . pe: role urn, Hie Texan Company. Delaware River New* MARCUS HOOK July 6 Passed down Motorbarge SUNOCO NO 4 Arrived Sun Wharf Tug ELMER, towing barge. Arrived Pure Oil Wharf Tug I JOVER, towing barge No HO <?ug iPturned up Ugh* 139 p mc Docked Sun Wharf Motorship SUN. Ii urn Loa Angeles. An increase «»f $2 409.859 in deposit* during June is reported by the five mutual savings banks of Philadelphia The gain, marking the twelfth con-'■ Ane s(»cu ti vc month th** deposits have buoy moved upward, brought the total as r ean 0f Julv I. 1931 to $474 658 >41 lung- Number of account.* in the Ave mutual institutions increased bv 3350 during June, bringing the total to 701 647. Hie bank* reporting are the Philadelphia Saving Fund Society, Western Saving Fund Society. Beneficial Saving Fund 8<xTety. pavings Fund Society of Germantown and It* Vi-etmtv and th** First Penny Savings Bank. COUGHLIN KIDNAPER RULED NOT INSANE NORRISTOWN, Pa July 7 INS August Pascal, aer?mg a life term in the Eastern Penitentiary for the kidnaping of Blakely Coughlin ten years ago. today was still serving his sentence despite efforts to have him removed to a hospital for mental ailments. Judge J. Ambier Williams ruled the man was not insane, when fliting on the petition yesterday, and declared he should remain in prison \n hen Pascal kidnaped the child according to testimony in hts trial at the time. he smothered the tnt ant ami threw the ixuh into the Schuylkill 111\*! The hoci\ was never found and Pa-cal could not be tried for murder but was given a life term for I kidnaping.    i M THE WONDER T I VI EAT MARKES dial 6519 610 EDGMONT AVENUE I <. 1.5 NT H. Manager WEDNESDAY SPECIALS! WAKE THIS \ RRR.KR WEDNESDAY I ECiS GENUINE SPRING LAMB 20c SMOKKI) PICNICS 12!/2C lh. Mi K END CHUCK ROAST 12V2C lh. It VI K VEAL CHOPS IOC lh. RACK LAMB CHOPS IOC lh. fresh pork SHOULDERS PH MC MA l l PORK CHOPS 12Vfcc lb- IR KSU (.KOI MI HAMBURG 12'/2C lh. SLICED BACON ( ellf»ph.?ne $5 rapped V4 ib. 12'/2C VEAL KOR STUFFING 2 lbs. 12V2C (inud Half I O I Smokes........ 1l2 v BOILING IO! BEEK .. lbs. ILZZ swin-s SILVER LEAF LARD in cartons lOclb. EDGMONT BEEF CO. 4 Corner Sixth & Edgmont Dial 92IS-9219 Wednesday Great Special Shoulder of VEAL a Shoulder of LAMB lb | (JI With Rack—(Int* to a ( iDtomcr FREE 2 th. Carton SUGAR Willi Farh Shoulder 2 lbs. Stewing Lamb .. 2 lbs. Stewing Beef .. I lb. Rack Veal Chops I lb. Rack Lamb Chops I lb. Frankfurters .... SI* VUE Kilts  lh. loci PUNK’ SHOULDERS Hic lh. \ I. \RUE F W Y STEWING 69c ‘.ch CHICKEN EKh 69c DELICATESSEN SPECIALS 4 Large Cans Baked Beans 4 Large Cans Milk ....... 4 L*arge Cans Tomatoes . 2 Large Bottles Catsup ......25c 3 Jars Salad 25c    Dressing 25c 3 Cans String Beans .......25c 3 Cans Shoe Peg Corn........25c 25c 25c We Deliver Rain or Shine For Our Retail Trade Only Come Early ;