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Chester Times (Newspaper) - June 28, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania ( DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID ( IR(TI. MION FOK I" KIA F. ION! .’S. FN DI NC* DKC KM HHK 31, 1932 20,328 FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ★ With All Latest and Best New* of the Day 57TH YEAR—NO. 17,631. I ®a»®rt Wire R**DortK of V r. met International N®»« Sen pre*. i CT* ■ i INR i CHESTER. PA, WEHN ESD A Y, .JUNE 28, I PRICE, TWO CENTS LONDON PARITY AGAIN FORCING CURRENCY ISSUE I . S. Told Conference 'N ill Fail If Stabilization Is I IT no red Coincides With Arrival of Afoley, Soc ii as ‘Real Voice' of Washington CC OOICAL MUSEUM l ondon. J n® 2* (INS) —Arrival in London Oi A* Mutant Secretary of St alp Ray* TEXTILE LEADER PROPOSES CODE GOVERNING INDUSTRY' KU is constrict talesmen a Ellington, wi by thr whc some European “real voicp of Wi nailed todav bv a renewed drivp to persuade the United States lo agree to some form of dp facto currency stabilization Behind closed doors thr American delegates to th? World Economic Conference arp being told that unless they agree to hitch the dollar in the pound and franc, the parley will fail, and the blame will be placed on the United States. . It is patent the stabilization issue was revived to coincide with Mole' s arrhal in order to impress upon him and through him upon President Roosevelt, the European contention that the responsibility rests with America. It la considered unlikely that the European campaign will succeed, for with wheat at more than a dollar for the first »time in three tears and other commodities rising in the United States appears to be in a position to push toward recovery irrespective of World Economic Conference accomplishments, lf anv, Moles* made it clear that he is not fipj-p to discuss dp hts which is a severe disappointment to the British nor curren®" stabilization winch is ly disappointing to the French YIH'NG SLAYER OF SCHOOL BOY RAVES IN CHL Raironc Held Without Hail for Court Following Inquest and Hearing F\uncrates Ice ( ream Vendor of Any Fart in Urn t a I Killing CIVIC LEADER DIES Altern; me, 16 mumm an M* a. mg. moanini illy. Richard R hild murderer u county jail oilowing a hearii ulvde W. Rowe, inquest conduct 9 Coroner J Eva equal ae leal Museum, london, durn ?r INS* Essential portion* of Senator Key Pittmans recommendation? for reducing gold coverage were accepted today by the monetary subcommittee on permanent measures of the World Economic Conference The specific recommendation* cepted were that gold {rovera currency shall be reduced to 25 per cent, and that gold withdrawal from internal circulation shall be used exclusively for international settlement*. LONDON. June 28 ‘UP* Cordell Hulk chief American drlee.ue to the World Economic Conference, has refused an urgent appeal by European gold standard nations to do some- ( <intinu®c1 on Page Eleven HARRIMAN TRIAL IS SKT KOR ll LY Ii I be elimination of child labor and the employment of HH* (MW additional workers through application of a code governing the textile indu-trv. wa* nreiiicted bv (.eorge V Sloan, president of the Cotton lexiile Institute, at « melting of the American I nil on Textile Association, pictured in se«*ion at AAaxhinstton Ibis hearing, the first under Hie national recovery ait, was presided oxer bx llngh S. Johnson, federal administrator of the act, WELFARE GROUP NATION’S I O I TON PECOR A PROOS ADOS DIRECTORS PLANTS READY TO Ii IIIN PARTNER TO WIDEN SCOPE RAN CHIEU LABOR ON CHIEL LOANS ^realer Community Effort NI a n ii f ac! ii rcr s’ Croup I'rnhers* Counsel Tries to youthful munic i cr of William 9 of 15 30 South Fiftv-eigh'h Phi lade I phiA. V todav facing ect ne chi ur. for Assistant Dis- Attorney Willinr i B McClen- Jr^ in •harge of the invcstt- Annotine ed that the Common* will pre s* for I conviction of r in the first d' *gtee with tile h. despi te the fact. the •r la a 'pa rent v auh-normal. died per rent. i the eve? of the law.” McClcn- said. ‘ An d repot t* that he will Ilion, are ab- cr in th c dav. Rngone. com-Katnpodi*. 55 id ice crc am vent lur of Fortieth Market hi rffti. Philadelphia ll blame i n the crime at habeas prorre ding* instituted bv es Done her tv attorney for viljt, bete ire J uc ne W Roger is led i nto the court- Dought rtv, a deputy d around w it ii- ihcn t he court was A* the judge rntrrrd Mid un with everyone Attn: ncv Mat hi ie* Dougherty e WHA * eking to have >d I* disch arged from the mur- arge. an I NI J M< Clcnachan IAI the Comme ti weal: h had *. and -'ailed Ragone PRESENTMENT BY PROBED RY DI E TOMORROW SCHOOL BOARD STILL REFUSES TO PUBLISH LIST Expect List of Indicted J. L Rankin Issues State-Members of Rum Ring ment on Dropping of To to lie Announced    Teachers Quiz Reveals (.un Permit President Larkin Declares ‘Mill*; Canceled ( becks Play Important Fart Matter Is ‘Nobody's Rosiness* d. #< YIH*. WM I I \ YI O HOU I WI) HEATH CLAIMS CIVIC LEADER Mrs. 'N . (). How land, Head of ( heater Db a Nurser), Succumbs Hi Illness d ti I he ie lengtny ilegrd connu* rum rd in this dennue-atois ye.*-e surprise n exhibit, posited bv IHI lit!-ie been drawn bv tribute no that their nose at lore empowered to nth Amendment, r rushed with a » stating "lark of need". Penciled ingm.shing milk.* * number*, were if ten in one coi tion of banking ie check* to the (’bet A. Keyes, attorney general. im priv ate pi arent to prosecute "It a air-tight it have a chance g out of the net.” agents refused ; through which they said they iv of the out-of-t direct collusion ft ting. Ag when he ex- School Board Head Says 7 eachers* List Is “Nobody*a Business" "It s none of their business ** 'T'his *w die flat —and snappy answer of Charles P Larkin. Jr. president of Chester 8chool Board, when told this morning that the taxpayer* of the city were somewhat interested in the name* of the 35 teachers dropped from the roll*. "We have enough trouble without being bothered by this thing.'’ mi I ilk n * A.‘-kcd foi a good reason *hv the list should not lie published I ar-kin concluded with the statement: 1 We vt ll not give it ouf " Iii The refuge I.. RA! comm the ll; the qi Tax riencei are w tv. arri mystery of the 35 teacher* d from the Chester puolia loll is at til a> deep a.* ever. president of the school board i to make pubitr the list James ikin, chairman of the teachers' (tee. likewise refuses to give out t. Other official* are mum oil [ration. laver* of the city who have evi« 1 kl rind per; interest in the matter I just why the school-in its determination to *ep the lls Yesterday to lie Made in Coming ( ampaign Lender Makes Statement at Inductr> I tearing Sh HYY Firm 'N as Cureless of Resources Mn Anna Bb i. .    .if William O How la iii A* he walked across the courtroom to th-* witness stand, fears welled in    person* whose    life    wa hi* eyes, and he faltered. With    the service    of    the    rn last, evening at her I f out in md on Page I lexrn    I irt< -ftnt h    ’:••■!    foi FONCK M 'DISTR M F. in How if tho*e ated to v, died 17 East pi, citer snow n -nt Keyes.” the (Itand m u!ment to William Frovost. Jr., Again Froposes Textile Code lie lionds Defaulted to Fuhlic N a rn e d ( bairman F x e c ii t i v e ( hanged to Include Such Regulations Difficult to Hank Assets Appraise Itrd WASKI] A meeting of the augitic: fora® of the Welfaie Federation of WilSingne-Chester and vicinity was held yester- duatrv to dav afternoon In the Chester Club nouneed ? »TON. June :»g of the cotton ie inn child labor . .uptime in ll when preiiminar the fall ca rn pa tg i re.«s of the Frdr plan* wen and when adon in p I At V< r sin anc id* NEW YORK June 28 -<UP‘ Trial of Joseph W Harriman, former president of the closed Harriman National Bank, was rot for July 6 by Federal Judge William Boody, today, after a bitter attack upon Senator Avhurat and other member* of the Senate Investigating Committee by Harriman * attorney. Ocorgc S Leisure, representing the ex-banker, who is accused of making 14 false cntties in the books of hts bank, nuked for * year* postpone- ment. charging that Senator Neely of ‘ermined to obtain * more complete West Virginia, had made highly ■ * pu-en.H-.on V U prejudicial remark* and that these remarks had    been repeated by 1 ASlThe' Senate Committee stirred up    v„h,orl!v    ,hfr ^orW such ti pre udiciai atmosphere against    m Vn x 1..^   i..—    I    held •* 17 and now theje are in ex cess Of 50, The new directorate include* repre-.srnfafivr* from e«rh of the main contributing industries, the local service clubs busine** and professional organizations, the churches, city government, the general citizenship and from each of the 13 affiliated charitable or welfare organizations now co rn poxing tlw Welfare for T M Marrhant of Greenville 8 C , ic- president of the American Cotton •irs Manufacturers' Association, marie the announcement in dramatic fash-restdent of the Sun ion at the resumption of hearing* on Drvdock Company a proposed code of fair competition he Welfare Federa* for the textile industry under the non, acted as chairman of the meet- National Recovery Administration. mg William Provost, or, executive    Manhunt, declaring the subject chan man. and William Chi Wiver and long has been close to his mind. pro-Cotonil J A Cf Campbell, other offi- posed that the rode be amended to cera, aided the chairman    include specific regulations against A few week * ago it wa* decided to employment of any children under enlarge the Board of Directors of the 16 Nears of age Welfare Federation. This was de-    The announcement wa* greeted WASHING PON. June 28 INS* The firm of Kuhn. Loeb and Co., the New Yoi k private banking firm, relied in part on a Department of Com -metre recommendation in making a ISO OOO OOO Chilean loan, later defaulted at a Joss of $76u0n 000 to the American Investing Public. Beniamin MAKES NE" RI LIND Pet son* arrested on trifling charges y out-of-town official* will not be copied for custody at local police eAquarter* unless the officer pro* nee* a warrant This was derided ii* morning by tile committing magnate, Michael A. Honan The question was raised when the ise of Nellie Strickland, of Towns-id street, near Ninth street wa* I lied She had been locked tip bv A Mw i»l deputy ' heftft named Boui lli it a* ll sin •P. MI y effo of aer lf orig I mu lit ire commo- Yr the Federation And to make den i v ice* more effective and com- salt prehensile. Since the Federation wa* wag jterdav <*corge A Sloan. of I he Cotton Textile lithe believed the $10 min would serve to eliminat? em banks and banker.*.'' Leisure said 'that tov client could not be assured of a fair trial ” •The statement to which Leisure objected was in the form of a question asked in Washington bv Neck wtio wanted to know if It wa* necessary “to encourage a bank president who had stolen more than ll OOO OOO from his depositors, to continue on a job which hurt been so profitable.” II KUON I ACOItS WINS IN WIMUI.KDON PLAV WIMBI EDON June 2* UP Helm Jacobs of California. Amel lean national singles champion, gained the third round of the All-England tennis tournament todav by a 6-1. 6-3, victory over Join Sa under*. English star. The wfather was warm and muggv Mrs Do: othv Andia- Burke of Stamford Conn joined Miss Jacobs in the third round with a 6-4 6-4 win over Mr* D Crich'on of England. Jack Crawford No I Australian Davis-ruppcr and one of the tournament favorite* reached the fourth round of the mens singles with a Federation The enlarged Board of Director* will meet three or four t.mes a vrar. to pass upon the main policies of the Federation while the detail work will be conducted by four major commit - C mu intu it on I'.ige Eleven iii; NT vs WF. KILLS STOCK IN MIDWEST pun ment of minor*. Marrhant, who reported on the I' stile committee * action said the banishment of child labor would be for the exist epee of the economic emergency Organized labors opposition to the Continued on Pale I lesen OPPOSES HARRY CREEK DREDGING State Engineer Submits Sanitary Flan to Droop of Rn si ness Mon the Ben at® TI - i. j iii i — i- ;»n*mg in qui of Cf letter to wnship When He sa; to appii in. iTicb had ie asset* of ti been unable Bou a bearm \<d to t. ike the woman Justice of the bank of Chile ■ to which ii ie loan was Prar c Purdy *f>f Chest et township he made. had no wari rant and admitted that Norm; veils »n lf roving Davis prest' lent Roo*® - no i * arrant ii ad been Issued for her a in ba'-’-ad or, hcljM-d arrc st, he ha ving taken lier Into cas negot tat e the Cli fica ii Job lls He I e- todv on a et ia rye of drunkenness at reived t 35.000 in tec* for t irmgtng Hie the inst neat a un of reI at ive* none of busine** to ! Kuhn. loch and th® whom a pi wa red to pi es* charge* Qua ran1 float th Bi j* in this cc helped Ut mn try. "5 'ou have relatives no Warr* hic not int for in*', and going to puss* "We on a Department of that gen ag in Isl mr I fie woman pin Commet ce ti i airt which sa id the bank (cete cf, as Bn olden h.sK ed that sh)' he 'conduct v af fait.s wi f FSS* DF S th un I foi rn held I until h< have ct ® procure larges to d a warrant pi cf ct aga nisi F relit land Pecora, sp.*. ta! Senate v on Hem Wen lepiird counsel explor ed the Chi lr an loan he ’ Y ’em bet t® r ii® caic fill about w’lu't fore t a k p Hie ineon ir taxe* of you do I ca in make thing* hot for K’lhn I Ticl) | jar tnera. Re {Kilt* were you if you a ire Jooktn ig for trouble" current the p artncrs paid very little wa* th® worn an 'n parti rig shot, a* ah® taxes in 1931) and nothing in 1931 lrf* the pom re court Ti nom. Born in tills Washington ai Howland leturic iii Chester and toward The tea. ice, many of w Mated, bile nerved a* pr» indent of lh*’ row u Chester New Century Club in J806 |jH «nd 1907. and until her recent illness tarde had niwHv* displayed an art ive int. ext in the atfHir* of the rlub Rile credited with having headed thegre which organized the ('nic Section the rlub. which has had a great, p in the philanthropic endeavor,* of I membership, At tile time of the bul mg of the present Quarter* of I New Century Club, at Fifteenth a Upland At reel* Mrs Howland sen as chairman of tile house commit a tiff it was through her untiring I. tlist the group of ladle* who helj to build the club were successful, i efforts in the creation of the cit house were an example of her bit vision and lier desire to have I Century dub become a powerful fi tor in the social and civic life Chester The new clubhouse was bi about right veals ago Dearest to Mr* Howland'* he; wa* the service rendered through I connection with the Chest ei i; Nut wry and Children* Boaidi Home. which has been a strong i Burner for good among tile < hilrii of the city. The ir < not inned on Page I Ie yen TIU MUCK SHOW KUS AUK I’UKIlM TKIl the Chester Time* printed an account of an attempt by a reporter lo secure the list It staged that Mr Rankin said he wa* willing but would have to consult with other member* of the leacher*' committee ** These other member- the limes said, refused to give out the information. Iodav Mr Rankin, in a signed statement, declared the reporter "misunderstood hun Hts statement to the 'june* wa* as follows Rankin'* Statement "In yesterday'* paper you have It not    quoted me a* stating th*' I f tvoted much change In temperature are !*,f* Publication of the name* of the •    *    teacher* whose conli arts have not. pi elhi, cd    in Eastern    Fena*. vivant*,    been renewed for the next year, but New Jet, ev. Delaware and    Maryland    that Vfsssr*. Turner and Foster my Ihunderxhowera are probable motor - aanoctatea on the Teacher* Commtt- tee. have objected to this. Your rep- [iiest temperature bet'* vc -s Hi degrees, at 4 IO p rn and tim lowest was 7| at 6 a iii I , e I*iaverage of 78 was four degree* atone I* normal for the date, but two degrees ’• below the average June 27 last year 1 Maximum temperature for the date 67. » Mhlulied in 1876. and mini-* mum 55, In 1893 ^ BUUM ) »or!ny wa* at 5.34 a rn and sunset will tie at 8 34 p. in, Eastern b Daylight Sn'mw time t esc pp stive who attend* the school Board meeting* ha* very much mw- < nntlnued on Page f lex en CO. (’ONI NI ISS ION K KS HOLP HUIKK SKSSION Oho H J<.lhn I rrived at the hea tex late Hi* pt rcompamed him id of the firm ig a few mPinnal physician immittee mem- N. V. 'MOMAN ADMITS SHOOTING LOVER I nnlinued »n Page I leven MT.HO I NPLH ll VIL II M Frrchurn. Philadelphia IIH-ti u t engineer of public health, told CHICAGO, June 28 UP' High * group of busine** m^n of Darby temperatures which set new all*tim« and vicinity, ga'hered at a lunch*on meeting yesterday, to discus* plans NEW YORK, June 28 *IN8u-Marquita Loj>ez. attractive 22-year-old night club hostess, walked into the ON LARCENY ( ll\R(JE w' ' Kor’ * ■ ' fv f Hon. in the theatrical district early today and announced ‘ I ve shot a man * Her handbag contained a 32 calibre pistol with one shell exploded The man, it developed wa* Albert pf 24 home Ie - Negro av on the charge of linoleum rug* from a I and Wood street* nent to found ( mil min d un Tai* l h tm POLICK ORDER ON FIREWORKS .Mayor "arc! Issues Edict Regarding Sale in Lily Limits Only routine busine** wa* transacted at a meeting of the County f’ommixsioner*. held vesterday at Media Payment of $7500 to Concord township. represent ins county aid given in I he improvement* to Walter* road and Hhavcrtown road, was ratified. The work wa* done last fail The commissioner* set July 13 *» (he date for newly appointed regia-tints of the City of Chest r to meet at the courthouse for t'■ if instructions was alone when tile for handling registry! on* ion cd linen a, tieing slim en- Tile commission* i decided to -I and covered Mu* re,si* iranian „,jlkr rr-ervation* at En Pi where ii a pi.-1nj warning him to make n(«> .state convention of countv com--litdY At*t*i emptving the rash miMinner* will be held on August 9, isfer, he bucked nut and fled lo *nd ll. ue were nidified, but found no____ re of the robber. HA NIHT NI VK KS HAI I, AMI HIS GETAWAY A youthful gunman, wearing a landkerrhief mask, laust midnight robbed the BvlvaniM Restaurant, Third fitrei-t and Morton avenue, of pi St MMKU ItlHI.K SCHOOL SFISSIONS ! opicsof i itues Tom Cockbill, ar bool athletic director, av* abort pant* are healthful. That ,x funn' , our P T. instructor ll) the army alway* told us deep breathing wa* moat beneficial. The summer Bible school connected with the Fir*! italian Pre*bvterian Church. Third and Fulton streets, opened Monday morning with an en- a fire broke nut in the old Chester rollment of 140 .scholars Bellon* brewery yesterday, Maybe it started from 630 until 11 it) from some of those connected with it to who are 'burning up' at the delay he over their permit. except s di Dx Wf bv R records baked the Middle Wes' today tor the third time this mon'h. Scorching crops, killing livestock and cauking widespread human suffering continued torrid temperatures were forecast for today. Toe United Stave Weather Bureau The $ on thr De Ma re. street, v ai’rgrd of Vc. hlmhmt rind Mi 6-3. 6-4    8-6    victory    mer An*mne urPr',fn GPr'ien of France H^nrt Cochet of France gained the fourth round with a gruelling 2-6. 6-4. 6-3. 5*7 6-3. victojv over Claxton Lee Burwell, former American collegiate star. ,terdf mercury Of Mi HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (Bi t nuert Pr-x«i 4T 5 R I, I Nfi TO N PIRK 1—Hussar. Hlark .lone ( hira/ 2—Brfwd'tr p 3— None I. I—Le rack, 'surety. 5— Nonei. 6—< None ‘—Sun Envoy 6—Feliciana. Try Wright. Weather cloud' track fa«t IT I ATONIA reading of IOO J d< 2tees in Chicago at 3 25 p rn. was the highest June temperature in the CHV* history Hi?h temperature# were reported in Indiana, downstate Illinois Wisconsin, Minnesota, South Dakota Iowa, Nebraska and southwestern state*. IHM I OR I Y NON RIT OY I RING The condition of Dr John S En non. a prominent sui goon of this city, who has been a medical pat ion’ in Chester Hospital since las* Friday, wa* reported to be much improved today. M A Honan for th* improvement of Darby creek from .a commercial busbies* and '-anilau. standpoint that, if the business people of Darby wanted to get the stream cleaned nu' and improved, mnfis... action and no* talk is necessary ,|f)00 bai He characterized a proposition to Magistral D'tecty Continued on 1‘age Eleven j,p    j for a do The rugs INT m.n.-i of 'ne Sn - rilcv Junior | ON '-I it Y A I I Y I - ll \< K BALI)Vt IN ItTjh School Girl Reserve* concluded LONDO Con en at reaffirmed I in 8500 bail for Pearson 29 h*aring in police Ms I ope/, explained Mic shot him because the*, had quarreled he had a an accomplice objected to her going out with anabo was likewiv other man i given a Ima^ng At Polyclinic Ho pi*al when the wounded man wa* confronted bv the a1 Ird to * raid girl he identified her a* hi* ai*ail-ent of Anthon* ant r Ful*on Tell them wh' I shot you.” she [led with commanded tv wa* He turned hi* head awa*, and held in wep! ming bv Miss Lopez wa- charged with fejon- * -e-p-r-i - ii -1 a iii Not only the kit a’e the Fourth em Ma vol Will ; sir'd an officii poii'c tig to .Vp; ta* held ti da, iroUrncnt th ut yea dcd into five ria-v.* are tieing taught i (I the other in Hie g been attractively fit! if tin cr ated taboo Torp and ae proved J and ll YI) PIJ IMM OI I INT. cal that DeMarco Pf wit I Th pm srmlt. mg MOYA FIREMEN ACCEPT INVITATION their season * program yesterday with an outing at the Y W C A Camp. Chan Ca. near Media where they enjoyed a program of game* and outdoor pursuit* and a picnic supper. The group was accompanied bv Miss Mary Helen Birchard secreuarN of !he Girls Work D**partmenu T leadership Effort' of through a rn iseon fidel India polio defeated B (UP whelming e in ti Ow in ’od a hill to pi (amount t im flint tig. Poetry Wins (leniency for You ny Woman Forger Pot'rv compos«d in prison, showing    iT'muel B Schofield    rf Philadelphia remorse for a mis-spent life, and ex-    to a $75 check. I — None.    pre mg    love    for    n-r    fo ’cr parent.' 'Ilo po    w J .. h Judge Welsh I—Oswego Prim ess. seven I p    Dor! I a    touched    the    heart of    Federal Judge    rend. and a    p.-a    of her fo ’cr moth' r >ur    lerry,    Quiet    (    hat.    Twill. YR** George A V/'-hn in Philadelphia v    Mr* T P» 72    of thn city    to Y    eonian.    )uf    Wiedersrhn    terd i and won clemcncv for Mrs    w hom -he    dedicated    i    touching po*    in 3—1 ergus. < aptatn Henry,    Indian    Patricia    I Lyons    24-\    -ar-cid mother    on Mother s    Dav    cap' --d Judge W* .sh Red. \tneer, llsdsar. Dusts    Dawn,    of two chi rr    -ii    r    to    her    ti    -'p-..*j"d ritcnre of 4 < ho $$ a vox cr. (ieorge.    Sh* w .•> bro’ight from 'he Stat to o, s and place her on probation 4—Von*.    Ii. I . in.ii Horn* f* Women at M nu    for f;v • a on i    ,■ federal f na; ge A—t t,.nine? *wcep. Patsyettc.    Pa IO p Ad guiltv in ’he Federal    Sh' mu t. complete    her five-year >< n- 6—Nt»ne.    Couu to chaig* • or d-fr<. iding th    t*nre impos'd bv    Quarter S's-.or I —None.    government of ox m $1200 in raised    Cot t Dec'mber I    IOU on the for- 8—'•honn* YY ho    Bin Yng.e Mn    yinex order Sue has three and *    c'r- e ■>r?' Orchestration,    J n r    e 11 a. Queen    nj tears cf a I '-j-ar -ntence to    Hrr a"ornf-    a I .r-o.n M*’ cr Peter.    re r    * at M’lnc' I r f< : cine 'n® name YAeather, clear, tra*k fast.    of former Director ct Public Safetj    (    onttnued    on Page Eleven Drop I AI 7 Families From State Aid With local state and national news atone * telling of the resumption of busine** carrying wmh it the sequel of pav envelop'* and better times for the working man and his family definite proof is offered here bv relief statistics Clifford H Peeples of the Dela-ware County Toot Board which distributes sta’* aid, today declared that 7.286 families were on the relief list. in the city and county during the worst point of the depression. Ti month there are but 5.869 families a decrease of 1.417 tam!* lies no longer requiring state aid which I* a t?rong mdicauon of the time' At a meeting h*-.d in the fire, 324 1-ast Broad street last evening, member* of the M*»v a mensing Hook and Ladder Company accepted (tie invitation tendered by the West End Bum' Mens Assoriatmn to take par* in 'he Fourth of July parade to b® sponsored bv that oigam/atlon Tho ** who will represent the fire company officially in th® parade »r-rangemen1' are Walter Brogan, marshal and Han*® Wr.ght and Frank Toppin a*«t*ta.nt marshal* BIK! D AYI \t,| I),ll I 1,1 Hr» 'n Officer Timothy M*T';*rev driving a municipal car this morning ran over a bjcyrle lying in the roadway at Ton h street and Concord aver west on Concord avenue, at the time TTie front wheel of M( Carey # car passed over the lighter vehicle but it caught in the brake rods of the automobile and wa* dragged .some distance before McCarey *,topped 'Hie bicycle was only slight1> damaged. ea*>c' plat OI* 3 lr.* ti * ninon rial bombs are not on the apii*!, ..Ithough the e can easily be obtained at Ninth an*i ingle '-tree'* <)n Chester to** list p* and other adjacent points such a* Trainer, Eddy Atone arid other places af nominal com Ma.vor Ward has impacted police I ontlriueri on i leven Ll I III It ANs lilt h YU ne,I it Merger of the 13 United Lutheran Cl rn to fi*. < or I*. r favored in a r* (Lithe sixth annual Lutheran Tbtsologie F’hiladelphia which Schools in the ti Canada are re pre-1 th! at me j( Tedc* co pa .ti Of the school a iv Mrs Tedeseo ic her* Miss Al Kli/atjcth H*»ft I and Mum Lou na T ■ Mi - Tizz Government weather forecaster* ara said to be correct 80 per cent of the time A laigr part part of the 20 {>er rent, we take if, I* when they pi edict ‘Tooler weather tomorrow,” ' Pretty Bov' Floyd Oklahoma bandit, has killed at least *;x men, perhaps hr * still looking for tho who gave him that nickname. feu LONA; FRISON TERMS FOR VOLM; BANDITS It s not uncommon to see pedes* ti Mn* walking along roads in Delaware earning light*. And neither la it uncommon to see motor**!* in thu State traveling along ail lit up. A ti Ch et Re'.es those he e\pe have little t new spa per*. dv h ut picture* of f. He should ;ng them to lh I, of uric a-i.r* John Brr ii,ship. pleaded md How*t Jar by, dre {. of Have] When President Roosevelt left for hi* ocean trip he .'aid he wouldn't et foot on dry land for a fortnight. With the way states are voting for • epr, Ail 1    the: A be dry land left. on. ie con-weapon* tdjudged $50 -rd pi ob A state official si mild be sure the n five bottle before drink! ever heard of a thy tai beer drinker# is pa id on a it But who man looking stamp* to wet his whistle. Public the Gets Back Into Wall Street Market r I lie Weather Mer.r*I/    HMUnu    N’EW    YORK    June 28 M*Carey wa* driving ,«-.•>    .    t „ ..J,*    19-D    bv International N* Wall street, in lh ■ * ■ like a man given a It looks like the down in the financial distr! ne** is definitely better, blo are rising — have been going I S I RI AM RI It Al INT f since rn id-April Fortunes are I rn YA A>I«INC. IDN. June 28—VA>athfe foret ast—E astern Pennsylvania; Partis cloud' with probably local showers and thunder storm* Thursday and in north and west portions to-lf    ’ r r !l    “ K    night; vlightlv warmer in west and ■ Nr* Servtc*"    mar* et    prices    in October,    1929.    have    nwr||, portions tonight, thr .* . of ti -id    'n u ®mplc»\*ci and new h< p is    Wester# Pennsylvania: laical    than. der showers tonight or lluirsday no! •hot ii- the mn.    l ights blaze nightly Dom the sky- much change in temperature. New Jersey, partly cloudy tonight Bu a-    Clerks    and bookkeeper-    toil    until    ant| Thursday probable local thunder c pi a    midnight,    and    -<’<t keeping up    'Aith    showers Thursday not much change up ever    the day    s    business this hfl.s not    hap-    m temperature. TODA VS TEMPER A ll RES mg paned .since 29 an L. F Loree. president of the Dela-'A’ASHlNfi LON J.:.*    28    Cf*    -    ®    I H    ' Th® free?ary net balance for June 26    Big men like Loree, Meehan,    Cut-    panv    v.rr.i:    month*    ago 500.000    6    a    rn,...... 70    ll    a rn 'va* $943,833 510 7’ Expenditure.* tha’    ten and Sinclair are underwood to    share*    of New    York Central stock at    7    a.    rn ...... 70    Noon .. da’, were $20273 166 47 Cu ’oms re-    be operating quite extenMve!    an average price of $22    a    share This    8    a    rn ...... 71    I    p m. ceiptj. for th® mo;'h through June    ~r era! thou md wr -tre®r.    e-    9    a.    rn.    7”    2    p.m. 26 wert $19,009,802 78,    pio}eSi jet out during the depra^ion t    Cuntmued on rage Eleven > IO a. rn.    72 71 73 73 74 ;