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Four Joumwl-Evcry Evenim. Vilmln-toat Delawr. Saturday, July 20, 1 93$ Smyrna Man's Legs Broken By Hit-Run Auto Charles Willey in Serious Condition; Wyoming Man Hold; Says He Was Scared SMYRNA, Del., July (Special). Charles WUley, age 54, of this town, is in a serious condition in Kent General Hospital at Dover with both legs broken below the knees and possible internal injuries as a mult of being knocked down about one o'clock thU morning by after Willey wai truck. Irving Vashell. a young man of Wyoming, IS. arreted he by Pollca , Of f r John Jacobs, and held pending the outcome of Willey's injuriea. According to the police. Voshell admitted that he. kept on going after his car knocked Willy down because "he was scared " Charge of failing to stop and render aid after an accident and other counts will be preferred against Vdhell, it is said. . Was Croing Road ,Mr. WUley had been driving his ' automobile 'on the southbound line of the duPont Boulevard when he decided to stop for some thins to eat at Georges place on .v, .m ir the dual highway. m.phtn on the oum L 4 1 XIAO . lane, he was attempting to crow the northbound traffic lane of the down. . Ttuilif-d To Hospital Someone nearby 1 said to have t- (Via driver Of th " which fped on as Voshell. Offl. cer Jacobs waa called and the in-jured man after being looked over by a physician was rushed U the hospital in the ambulance. Jn the meantime Officer Jacobs and others started a search for Vofchell and finally found him in an eating place in Smyrna. He was locked up for a further hearing after being held without bail pending Mr. Willey's condition. Ka-kob Group Revives Nevada Mine Interest RENO, Nev., July 20 CAP), Mining fever ran high in Nevada a sain yesterday- Long dormant opes for a revival , or activity were srnru John J. Raskob and other flnan- ciers to operate the once fabulously rich go-d and saver prppcrues " the historic Comstock Lode. Reports here were mat tne Pittsburgh, Pa., of which the Rev. kob group would give the romantic ; gienee j;. Macartney Is pastor, old silver and gold area a $400,000 i roiiowlng schedule has been financial transfusion. I arranged for supply pastors filling Visions of new wealth pouring , Mr j-rd's pulpit during hi ab-from the desolate flank of Mount itence: juy 2j and 2a, the Rev. Davidson, under which the great i Mjiri0n jjun( Atlanta, Qa.; Comstock Lode lies In the Gray j Ausust 4, the Hey. Robert Excel Hills 33 miles southeast of here. y of Uie j,nrst pibbyLerian were conjured up by those who re- j Churchi Augusta, Ga.; Aug4st U. called the tough and gaudy days of 1 the Wilbur M. Smith, of the the "bonanza kings. The entrance of Raskob into the field, through purchase of a controlling interest in the Consolidated Virginia Mining Company, followed the recent resumption of operation by eight mills. The total Comstock production has been estimated at from $450, 000,000 to $700,000,000. The mines went so deep that bearded miner, working in steaming heat, became known as "the boys who are chasuig the dollar to the gates of helL" Raskob is interested in the Ophir, where the original discovery was made; the Consolidated Virginia, where Mackay, Flood. Fair and O'Brien found the "Big Bonanaa" in the early seventies and the adjoining Mexican and Andes mines. Japan Seeks to Retain South American Trade TOKYO, July 30 (AP). Japanese business leaders decided today to send a trade mission ta Latin America in an effort to maintain a grin on markets, especially m i northern South America arm the West Indies, where there has been , an increasing tuspooiiion to restrict : Japanese imports rJM . aaopiea at a meeting 01 j representatives 01 tne foreign office ; and the commerce ministry, as well as leading textile exporters, provided for the mission to leavs Japan early in September on a six-month, tour of Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Cuba, Haiti and the Dominican Republic. The commission will include emissaries erf exporters, especially of rayon and cotton gcois, and a foreign office representative, - r - Harvard-Yale Wins LONDON, July 20 CAP;. Traei and field stars representing Harvard and Yale universities defeated the combined teams of Oxford ana Cambridge in their meet at White City today. ach. aggergation woa six first places in the 12 events, but the Americana were declared winners on the basis of 6 1-2 second places against 5 1-2 for the British. RU6SHLJ- T Mr. a4 Mrs. WiU.m S. Buiitii. &4 West Tut-tiBird sirtt t Homeopatnic Hop.tal oa July 29,' daughter. TWAODEUL To Mr. sad Ur. WiUim J. TvUeV Brniyl(ie Buaxmu F., t Homeopathy Hopiui pa Ju:y &OOTT T sir. ad Mil. John 6oott. SIM Wst 6evieBth trMt, at re Uetpiul an July 30, aaufnler. BOYCE To Mr. and Mr- Ch.i F. Boyc. i;j Ciimp:iin sve&ut, at DUar Hospital 00 July JO. a dur,tar. MSXVIWAM To Mr. and Us Wiy MSiUaaa, 1133 Iscoio street at pelar Hop:it oa Juiy X) Uuftar. rEVrrO -Te Mr. aAd Mr, powifilci DoV.to, all ws( c6M trt. at at Fiane u Hopual on Juij II, a daughter. naiiSBr To Mr aad Mra Thorn a Hop!tal n Ju.y II, aaa. HOUGHTOU-To Mr. and Mn. Bernard H ouch ton, MoatnanA. at St. Fran 14 HoofKlol a Juiy JB, a Mtn. Births House Undamaged By Flood But Ftuls To Escape Soaking July- 20" (AP),On Hornell dwelling escaped the recent floods only to be inundated when the city water supply was turned on again, It was revealed today. The house, resting on high ground, was one of the few to es cape severe damage. When the city water system failed, faucets were left open to inform the householder when the supply again was turned on. Children In the home put a plug in the bathtub drain and the family went visiting. Puring their absences the city water came on, and on their return the family found the home flooded. Troops Rush Crowd In Slrike al Scallle SEATTLE, July 20 (AP). New violence mingled with added em ployment and voiced hopes for settlement in the Pacific Northweat lumber strike muddle today. There was increased bitterness be tween strike pickets and National Guard troops on duty at Hcquiam on Orays Harbor where five persons were iinjured and one was arrested in rioting last night. Ouardemen quelled the riot when they charged with fixed bayonets strike sympathizers had routed po licemen. At Portland, Ore., however, the sawmill and timber workers union agreed to aecept. with one variation, an offer of mill operators which would increase weg;a and permit collective bargaining The workers insisted that non-union men be discharged from three plants where they had been employed, promising compliance would return 1.000 men to work immediately. City Pastor on Auto Trip to Southwell The Rev. Harold 8. Laird, pastor of First and Central Presbyterian Church, left on an automobile tour this morning that will take him to the mission station supported by the local church In Fort Defiance, Arizona. Mr. Laird Is accompanied by his wife and two children, Robert and Bruce, and the church secretary. MijM KatnerJne Ricnards. They .wW murn early in September, Wni,e Jn u wW vUU j yellows.one Rational Park. j Mr- Laird will preach tomorrow ! In th Pir.t. Presbyterian Church First Presbyterian Church. Coates ville. Pa.; August 18, the Rev, W. ! Edward Jordan. Calvin Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia; August 25, the Rev. Charles J. Woodridge. Philadelphia; and September 1, the Rev. Carl Mclntire, Collingswood, N. J., Presbyterian Church. : --- "Puppv Love" Slaving Has Police Baffled LEXINGTON. Ky., July 20 (AP), Police hunted a second defendant in the Woodland Park "puppy love" slaying of a golf caddy after 15-year-old Sally Locker had cleared the first jouth accused. Sally told officers last night that Paul Lowery. 17, did not fire the shots that killed Boston Kimball, 22. Thursday night. Paul was held , on murder charges vesterday when i three witnesses named his as the 1 slayer. j The girt said Pauls brother. Mil- ! ton, 21, fired a pistol at the group j in which Kimball stood after he had 1 words with Fred Bryant. Brvant ! had "rotten fresh" -a-ith hr . ! i Policemen said Milton was on Darole from Frankfort reforms tory, where he was serving a term imposed in Danville for storehouse breaking. He had not been arrested ! early today. Funeral Held Yesterday For 'Peace Dollar Girl' HOLLYWOOD, July 20 (AP). Friends of the stage and films have paid final tribute to Mrs. Maryland Morne Strong, S5, who received wide notice as 'The peace Dollar OirL" She died Thursday. Funeral services were held here yesterday and the body cremated. In 1922, when Mrs. Strong was appearing in motion pictures under the name of Maryland Morne, her face was chosen in a nation-wide contest to adorn a special issue of silver dollars which the Federal Government was planning to mint in commemoration of the armistice. Since then she had alternated between he films and the stage- , 3 Held in Larceny Caes Edward Truitt, 201 West Eighth street, and Thomas Hili, 705 Spruce street, were held under $300 bail each for the General Sessions Court by Judge Lynn in Municipal Court today on charges of larceny. They are alleged to have stolen (4 from Samuel Wright on July 14 in a hoqse on Orange street. Anna Cordare, charged with larceny of $10 from Elwood Coleman, 20 Hiddle avenue, was held under laOO bail for the General Sessions Court- Rose Mento, a material witness in the case, was held under $300 pail. Alexander Davenport, arrested last night on a charge of disorderly conduct and reckless driving, was fined $60 and costs. Mortgagor Buys Property In transfers listed today appears the purchase of the Wilmington Turngemeinde property on the east side of French street, just north of Eighth sold recently at sheriff's sale for $15,000. The aociatvn was the mortgagor and the property was foreclosed. Negro Lynched By Florida Mob Man Charged With Attack On While Woman Taken From Officers at Miami FORT LAUDKRDALi:, Fla., July 30 (AP). An investigation was set In motion today by Governor Pave gfnolta to bring "the guilty ones to justice'' for the lynching of a Negro. The victim. Rubin Stacey, 37, had been accused of Blading a wbit woman with a penknife, He wa hanged within aight of her home. Staeey was snatched from six officers tiurrying htm to Miami for safekeeping wimln a few hours yesterday after Mrs. Marion Jones identified him a hep knife assailant J. P. Newell, secretary to the governor, quoted him as saying he was "ordering an immediate and searching investigation of the lynching." In Columbus. Q., to at tend the National Elks Convention, Governor Sholtz learned of the lynching by telephone. Caught After Chase Stacsy waa arretted yesterday after a widespread hunt. Jeputy Sheriff Virgil Wright, a member of his escort, told of the lynching. "There were about 1Q3 of them and they ran our car off the road," Wright said. "After overpowering us, the masked men took the Ne gro up the road and hanged him. As far as we can figure out, they just picked him up with the rP from the 'grounds didn't bother to push him from an automobile r anything." Mrs, Jones, 30, mother of thrae children, admitted the Negro to Jver home when he asked for a drink of water. He seised her by the throat, Mrs. Jones said, threw her to the ground and knifed her, The assailant finally was frightened away by her cries. Police Making Drive To Halt Reekie Driving A crusade to halt speeding on the main thoroughfares of the city has been launched by Wilmington police, owing to the number of automobile accidents resulting from reckless driving. The drive, during the past two days, has brought abcot 16 arrests of automobile operators. Police officials said today that they have received numerous com plaints and that the drive against reckless driving has been started to make the streets safe. Many of the mishaps could have been averted through more carerul driving, It is contended by the police. The drive on reckless driving and speeding is being continued by the police for an indefinite period, Council Soon Will Get $120,000 Ordinance The ordinance providing for a bond issue of $420,000, the proceeds to go to the Sinking Fund Commis sion for the retirement of maturing bonds, is expected to come before City Council for first and second i readings not later than the first meeting Jn August. Floating of the pond . issue is made necessary by reason of the fact that council in makine ud the budget for the present fiscal year, made no appropriation to the commission. Walter Weil'ell, Brother Of Jimmy, Dies in Plane OULPPORT, Miss., July 30 (AP. The flying career of Walter WedeJl, who followed in the footsteps of his rnpje famous brother, Jimmy, has ended. e crashed to aeath yesterday with a passenger, Howard L. San ders- 22 Pf Anderson, S. Q.. when P3ane fell into a shallow shoal of Qhandeleyr Islands, 30 miles soun Qf he Jimmy, famous as a speed flier ana designer pi record-shattering f biplanes, was killed at Patterson, La., (June 34, 1934, when a student he I was instructing "froze" to the con- J trols. j Police Say Chicago Boy Admits Killing Girl CHICAGO, July U0 (AP) Police aaid today that William Gomiek. 21, had confessed he stabbed to death his former sweetheart, Miss Mae Lukavich, 19, whose body was found in a south side parkway last night. Garnick first told police he came upon the body wh-ie strolling in the parkway and took it to the offl e of a nearby physician. The physician said the girl had been dead several hours. She was stabbed in the heart with a knife. Police said Gornick told them he had been "going with" Miss Lukavich until two weeks ago. - - Tlii Sehsiqq Not Long WASHINGTON, July 20 (AP). To many Congressmen, this may seem the longest session ever, but Speaker Byrns knows better. "This session hasn't been so hard,'' he said today, Why I recollect that back in 1918 we had one that last- ed 354 days." The present session is 108 days old today. Forty-seven previous sessions have lasted longer than 'that, .. r-rt : 77-.. Woman Hit With Lamp Ida Warfield, colored, 22 years old, of 427 Townsend street, during a fight ifl her home at 2:30 'clock this morning, was struck over the head with a lamp. She was taken to the Delaware Hospital, where three stitches were required to close the wound, she was unable to tell who struck her. Pope Receives Bisliop VATICAN CITY, July 20 (AP).-, Pope Pius today received in private audience Bishop Gerald P. O'Hara, auxiliary bishop or Philadelphia. : i Miss Vivian Lambelet, youngest of London's women's composers, dons gray flannel trousers and smokes a black cigar to get the proper spirit to compose. " Wonderland Story Quoted in Fight On Process Tax Suits wAsmrforSTTuiy' to cap). . Lewis Carroll, though Jong dead, helped aenttora in their drive to alter the Administration' AAA amendments. Senator Bailey (DN. 0,) fight, ing (jie propoaal to prohibit 11 uita by processor seeking to recover processing taxes, read Ttie Mouse's Tale" from "Alice in Wonderland"? "Said the mue to ttw cur, 'Such a trial, dear sir, With no jury or Judge, Would be wasting our breath. I'll be Judge, I'll be Jury, said cunning old fury. 'I'll try the whole cause And condemn you to death." After hearing this and other arguments, the Senate decided ye, terday to let processor se if they could ww tiiey had not passed the tan on to consumer. 'Left Wingers' Seek Election of Radicaln WASHINGTON, July 30 (AP). Two "left wingers" In Congress are Determined to make things as hot as they can for eertaln conserva. tive members in the 1938 primaries, Representative Marcantonio. black -haired New York Republican who now represents FioreHo H. La Ouardla's old district, and Representative Maverick DT), whose ancestors fought at the Alamo for texas Independence, have joined forces for the foray, "We're going to replace conservatives with radteak in the next Congrats," aye Marantonio. Using ound trucks, they will campaign In Maine, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Wet Virginia, againet conservatives who have opposed policies they favor, They declined to name the conservatives. Needv Peima. Families Will He Supplied Food HARRISBURO, Pa., July 20 (AP. Thirty thousand Pennsylvania workers, thrown out of Jobs by discontinuance of the State Relief Works Program, today had the assurance of Robert L. Johnson, State relief director, that they will not $0 hungry. Most of those employed on relief jobs-have earned enough to carry them over the period until the new Federal Works-Reltef Program takes up the slack, Johnson said last night. These will not be returned to direct relief roll. But families in "great need will be considered emergency cases, h? said, and "direct relief administered as quickly as possible. Johnson expressed regret at the "worry and concern that will face mapy families because of his order yesterday susp?iu.ing work on 550 works projects, but asserted hU confidence that in a comparatively short time all will be rehired by the Works Progress Administration." Institute Will Study Problem of Germany WTLLIAMSTOWN, Mass., July 0 fAPJ Inter-group relations la Germany and Mexico will be con sidered by the Institute of Human Relations during its session on the Williams College campus here from August 23 to 30- Newton D, Baker, former Secretary of War and Protestant co-chairman of the institute, which will be conducted by the National Conference of Jews and Christians, announced the program today. Three of-the questions which the institute will consider, Baker said, are: What are the lessons for the United States frpm contemporary inter-group relations in other Countries? What are the most important elements in the inter-group situation in American communities? How can Americans achieve mu- j tual understanding and community j understanding? Odd Fellows on Outing Members of Jefferson Lodge, NO-2, l o. Q. F-, are holding an outing thw afternoon and evening at White PrystaJ Beach- -They left the Odd Fellows' Building, Tenth and King streets, at J2:30 o'clock in automobile buseg and private cars. Swimming and a program of athletic events have been arranged. Picnic supper will be enjoyed. . To Get Fencing Bids The Board of Park Commissioners Monday morning, will receive bids for furnishing wire fencing in rolls, M YEARS PERPETUAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASS'N (Ptrpefual Building) N. W. Cor, 9th and Orange Streets MONEY TO LOAN ON F I RST MORTGAGES Shares IXPENSIVg IN $ J JO IN ANY AMOUNT The 221 months' plan, an exclusive Perpetual feature, requires le utly per montht Cef pur gjreylar. WII I.JAM ( , PHILLIPS, rtf , KOHfcBT D, KRMP. : Vlee-fce EDGAR U H4VNES. Tie., EMMETT 8. HICKMAN, Seety, Michigan Centennial Stamp Ik Authorized WAMtlNOTON, July 20 (AP-The issuance of special three rent commemmoratlve postage stamp In connection with the cen tennial anniversary 01 tnt. inauguration of the atatehood of Michigan, to be celebrated Nov, 1, was authorised today by postmaster General Jamea A. Farley, The new atamp, to be the same alae as the current special delivery utamp, will be printed In pumle ink. Farley Mid It ta planned to place the new issue on flrat-day sale November 1, 1938, at Lansing, the State capital, which alo la th headquar ter for the Michigan Historical Commission and the Michigan State HUtorleal Society, under whose auspices the celebration la being held. Tin in Heart Threatens Boy I'liyiiriitnii IMun Unusual Operation on Youth Hurt By Exploiting Crseker HORNET Jj, N. v.. July 20 (AP). A smi 11 piece of tin aealed in his hert threatened Lewellyn Strobel, J, with "lightning" death today as physicians planned a delicate operation to remove it, The tin was blown into Strobel s heart July S, when a firecracker waa exploded under a and was located only recently by frtiysleians at the Bethesda Hospital, It, as found solidly embedded in the heart when Dr. William J. Tracy parfermed an operation Thursday, As a group of physicians stood about to willies the remarkable surgical work, Dr. Tracy held the heart In his hand and examined the epot where the tin had entered. It was decided not to attempt to remove the piece of metal at the time for fear Strobel would not survive and the organ was replaced. One of the witnesses, an Alfred University biologist, said after the operation that if the tin starts to work its way out of the heart and pierces another section of the organ. Strobel will di "as suddenly as if lightning struck him." Physicians plan to give the youth blood transfusions today as part of a plan to build up his strength to the point where he will be able to survive an operation to remove the tin. His condition was described as "very good." U. S. PlaiiiiiiiK Oil Suit Involving 50 Million LOS ANGELES, July 20 tAPK A court bttle through whkh the Federal Government hopes to recover oil land holdings of the Standard Oil Company of California and the General Petroleum Company, involving sums estimated at between $25,000,000 and $50,000,000, loomed here today. Not only will the Government: seek recovery of two sections of land in the naval reserve in Elk Hills Field, Kern coupty, but will seek and accounting from Standard Oil for oil and gas extracted from that company's disputed section, which the government estimates will run upwards of $25,000,000. Justice Preston said the suits will be flled on the grounds that tba land was granted by the Federal Government to the State in 1853, and then passed into private owner ship, but because of conditions in the grant the title to the land never passed. Common Pleas Will Hear 5 Suits Tuesday rive civn smts nave oeen scneo- j uled ior trial in eommon Fleas Court for next Tuesday, The actions involve minor automobile accidents. Three suits are scheduled for trial on weonesoay ana two on t Thursday. Two pther suits have i been scheduled for trial July 30. The court Will no Slt during August, About 45 suits pending in the court have been continued until September. Pint Zona C A B CALL 0151 OLD illlllll'd q mm i nth semis opiN, Are Being Issued A ' BUILDING AND LOAN HAN C0NCIDID TO BI THE HAST DILAWARI. PER SHARE PER MONTH ZoningAppeolo To Be Heard Eleven Case Scheduled To ' Come Before Board At Meeting Next Thursday eleven appeala have been filed for hearings before the Board of Adjust ment. Zoning Appeala, for neat Thursday morning. The ' first two named have been before the board before. William Downes, 514 West Thirty- fifth street, granted permission to make alteration for a drug ntore, on June 0th, and a petition haying been presented the board asking for a rehearing, the eaae haa been set for hearing neat Thursday. The other case follow; Dominick Oantera, on behalf of Dr. John E. McDonnell, to make ad dltiona and alterations to the build ing at 1733 West Fourth itreet, the hearing- having been continued until Thursday, William H. Qreenwalt, on behalf of Mrs. Annie Kat, to build a brick addition to the rear of 1727 Wet Fourth street. Mm, Henrietta Q. Brlerly. to erect a rear addition at mia vnn y, Adams street, Would Build Garage Pasquale Marinem. on behalf nf Mrs, ficolaatita Marlnelli, to erect lour community garageg at 123527 IxKlge street. Stanley Kay, on behalf of Alex. ander Barge!!, to build a rear ad dition to the first floor of i03 Eim street. Howard N Stayton, to convert the dwelling at 3700 Baynard Boulevard into a inree-ramJly apartment. Charles O- Kurtz and Sons Company, en behalf of the McDonald Baking Company, to erect a bakery distributing iepot on the south side of Thirty-third street from Pine to Spruce streets, ft, F. Coakley on behalf of Ed ward Andrick, to erect a garage in the rear of 3201 North Madison street. New Church Building Bethel M. E. Church, who wish to erect a pew church building at the northeast comer of Sixth and Walnut streets, and were refused a per- There's ' No There's No QUALITY ! f QjT 11 in 2096.. OFF EVERYTHING III O her Than Scout tind Palm Beach Apparel Ami Jantzen Bathing Suit And do you think we're busy? . . . just drop in and see ... Such authentic SAVINGS mean much to everybody . . . those staying at home and these planning vacations .,. From the FINEST to the less expensive apparel. REDUCED, for Men and Boys , The Better Things of Life III ai r;ni?AT 1, J(V J i u, Hickey Manhattan Products Johnston and Murphy Shoes Stetson Straw Hats Jas. T. 6th and Market Delaware Busiest l- - - requirement of the asonjng law. JI. Howell, who wfcahe to make J. teratlon to a three story dwelling at 612 North Broom street, for a five family apartment, Mr. Bertha I, Sailoway, who wihs to build a front addition to the building at 3506 Market street, and waa refused a permit a the plan do not conform to requirement of aoning law. Contractor on Jelly Job Studying Labor Contractors bidding for tfne con-, tracts for construction of tiw 2500-foot Jetty to be constructed by the V, 8, Engineers at ihe mouth of the Christiana River, were making inquiries today at the U. 8. Employ ment office regarding the number j of available experienced dock build- ! era registered there, . j Howard P. Young, manager of the Delaware Employment Service. thU ! morning urged that all experienced dock construction men in the State be sure that they are registered. The bids for the work will be opened Monday in the office og lieutenant Colonel John C. H. Lee. U. S. Engineer, Philadelphia Engineer office. No estimates as to the num ber of men to be employed has been announced. Much of the work will be done by pile drivers. The job will cost $180300. Many inquiries have aliso been made at the Employment Office by women seeking jobs at the sfewing unit to be started by the. Works Progress Administration. Th location has not been finally decided upon, it was said at the WPA office this morning. rj?lit Barrage On Starling Next Week Tiie Delaware Power anrf T.!h Company is planning to set up a battery of high powr flood light? under trees along the Baynard Boulevard. Monday or Tuesday night, when the war' gainst the starling nuisance will be opened. It is thought the lighting of the trees will discourage the thousands of starlings ttiat nightly roost in the trees ts that section, Jf this method of drivin? away the birds suggested by Dr, Emil R. Mayerbere. president of th Rai-rf of Health, Ls successful und-er a few trees, It is planned by residents, the SELLING for . . Slftaoii Suft REDUCTIONS Freeman Clothing Also Completa Lines of Less Expensive Clothing, Furnishings, Shoes and Hats, Also Luggage for Men and Boys. 5812 Autos Arc Inspected Here VunUy Brake Iad A ('aue for Moat VVliirle Fa 1 1 ! ii c 1 o Pa Teal More automobile failed to paM the Inspection on the two iane in Wilmington becaue of.- defectv brakes than for any other reason. A total of 5JI2 automobile were inspected on the two Wilmington lanes thin week up until at night ix the annual State automobile in-spectlon campaign. It is estimated that about 10.000 have brtn inspected on all the lanea In the Btat. although reports from other lanes have not been received. Of the total ir?ipecicd on the two city laneg during the first five days of the campaign, 2.885 faid to Pi and 3.127 were approved. The lane will b open, throughout the atat?, until 8 cc3rx;k tonight and will re open at 8 o'clock Monday nwming. ltaaaont Are Jver The reasora why cars failed to paus and the numtrf-r failing to pas? during the five-day period on the two Wilmington lane are: efee-tive foot brakes. 1.508; d"frcttv light, 1,62; licences and licence plates, 323; emergency brakx, 81; steering' gears, 59; windshi!ds. la; windshield wiprs. 45; tir?, 40; mirrors. 29, and horns, 20 OfUcials were surprised at the number which failed to pa,.-j befUf. of defective w:nd$h!eld.5, a total e.f 75, This wm caused by diwolora-tion of windshields to such an et'ens as to affect the viaibl'ity of the dr.v-er. Jfrom S o'clock yeterddy morn-jirig to 8 o'clock lat night a tot! ! of . 12C0 automobiles wre inspect fed. 691 approved ar.d 509 failed in j pass. The reasons for failing to pan., j and n'Jmber ol each w?re: ffios brakes. 339; light. 281; windshield. S 29: license, and liter 'e plate. 17; I tires, 8: m,rrorf, 9, windshield, wipers, 8; horn. 1; etmergency brakes, 15; steering gears, 17. i Board of Health and Stree and I Sewer Department to appeal to City Council for fund to e? up similar flood lifhts under alternate ! trees on both side of th? Boulevard. hstitiite Substitute this Hats, ons, o r n e r

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