Chester Times, February 4, 1933

Chester Times

February 04, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - February 4, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NKT I*.\II> ( UNTI.ATKIN FOR SI \ MON I HS F.N HI Mi SKI*! FMBI K 20,108 FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ★ With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH VKAR—NO. 17,508. Dally Ie#—ct W.rf Mfwtrt* of I'nit ed Pre*.* (UP> #n<1 International News Bennet .INS CHESTER. I * A.. SA TLR DA V. EE R Kl\\R\ I. lim KRICK, TWO CENTS S20.000 BAU, FOB TWO FO RAI KB BANK OFFICI ALS Wilcox and Hardcastlo, (Jivrn Prison Terms, to Appeal Sentences Tmh Companions Escape With Order to Make Restitution of Funds Two former officials of tile Suburban Tule and Trust Company, of Upper Darby, who were given jail sentences yesterday when they appeared before Judge Samuel I. Reed of Cambria county, a? Media, were ordered freed on ball. Two others escaped with mom'an punishment The men were convicted on July 8 last, on charges of embezzlement of $340,000 of the banks funds Judge Reed. who was the trial judge, on December 30, refused motions for new trials. George Wilcox, 50, former president of the bank, convicted on nineteen counts, varying from embezzlement to making false statements, was sentenced on one count to pay a fine of $1000. make restitution in the amount of $12 (XKI. and serve three to six years in the Fasten! Penitentiary, in addition to paving the costs in the case. John M Hard* astir, Jr, 40 of Media, former title officer, found guilt} of thirteen similar counts, was ordered to pay $1 OCH) fine and costs in th- case, make restitution in the amount of $10 (KH) and serve one to three years in the Broadmcadows Farm Prison Sentence was deferred on Nicholas A Dalton. 58. Lansdowne, secretary and treasurer, convicted on one charge of fraudulent conversion Judge R""ri allowed him two years to make restitution of $4500 George W. St sized. Jr. 38, of Diexel Hill. former director, who succeeded Wilcox as president, convicted on s count of exhibiting false state- AUTHORITY DENIED BY DEMOCRATS (’BUTLED ROY KEATEN KY Tines GUY GOES TRIAL ON Police of this county are seeking two thugs, who yesterday robbed a a lppled boy of $41 alter luring him into their automobile with a promise to drive him to Nev. York The boy. Harold Reinhart, of Hanover. Pa, was treated st the Delaware Coomy Hospital for head etna. after police found him in a dazed condition a* J?*a?r and Rolling roads He admitted running away from home with the hope of obtaining employment in New York He met his assailants in a restaurant in Upper Darbv. After driving him a short cista nee they br with a tire iron at him on and robbed be I him. id Continued on I ast Page STAGG SIGNS VV ITH VV KST COAST (’OI,I,HGG CHICAGO. Frb. 4 'CP' Amo. Alonzo Stags. veteran football coach of the University of Chicago, announced today that he signed a contract with the college of tile Pacific al Stockton, Calif. ’ P it It (MSS III I! Mil ll PRINCETON JUNCTION . N J Fob 1 Two izar baggage t ars of a New York-Phtladeiphia local train of the Pennsylvania Railroad were derailed shortly before IO o'clock ia-t night as the train was passing through here. No one was injured. HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY Illy I oiled Press! A I I AIR GRO! NHS 1—Pennant Bearer. Grand Patty. 2—Thistle Me. f ortunate Mann. Noon Play. , J—Jerry S.. Thistle I nm. I—Mark. Connie, sennits Bond, Dirk ( hevel*. Prometheus. a—Jimmy Moran. Kilmore. /rnka. I>— iOff. 'tlh (liming . 7—thistle lim, Miss Peggs. a—Worlrilv lad. Monocle. Drastic W aler. M esther—( loud*. Replying to ( barges that William C, Bullitt alone! has been negotiating debt settlements abroad as a confidential representative of Presidentelect Roosevelt. Democratic leaders have denied that Bullitt lias arn sin h authoritv senator Arthur Robinson. of Indianapolis, declared hr would ask the Mate Department to Investigate Bullitt’s activities, SENATE OFFICIAL . IS SUSPENDED Sergeant-a!-Arms ( harked Congress Members With laking Bribes WASHINGTON, Feb. 4 *INS> After one of the most dramatic sessions of its history, the Senate today considered the advisability of oider-ing its suspended sergeant-af-arms David S Barry, prosecuted for alleged BANK BANDITS MAKE GETAWAY No Trace of Car I sec! in Prospect Dark Holdup Found In Police No trace of the bandies, who yesterday robbed the Prospect Park State Bank of $2,000 ha* been found, nor ha- (pp car jn which thcv made zapc been seen, police said to- their e day, It is robber' hers arrived ough police ' the theory of police that the v is well planned, as the rob-«t the bank when borele directing traffic near criminal libel, because members of Congress bribes for their votes on Bally made the charge he charged had taken legislation, s in a matts - the schools. It is customary for j>o-lire to remain in tile vicinity of the bank during the early opening hours The bandits arrived shortly after police left the vicinity. All back road* in the county were searched yesterday afternoon in the hope that sonic trace of the ted Buick coujw* might have been abandoned but the search was in vain While policp are continuing then investigation they are being assisted bv Lieutenant Pm i v Jeffers, of the Thirty-second street and Woodland avenue station Philadelphia, who lh considered an expert on flaring ciim-maLs of this type Police refus'd to explain why Jeffers was called in It is expected flint the two mer and the young wotuah who were in the bank building at the time of the robbery will b" taken to Philadelphia to look over th* rogues’ gallery sometime today The bank continued busine a yesterday afternoon though nothing had happened The money stolen \ I III Mf Tra* k—I a«t. MI PARK I—None, ’!—None. .»—None. t—Brow n 5—None. G—None. 7 — None. W rather ll i (I un. (Irar, lra< k fast 4T HAVANA I None. 2—Curt, 3—< htimmy. I—None, 5—None. 6— Pane hid. 7—lair lean, \rrogant. Weather, rlear: track, fast. High Praise Given Times Year Booh We are constantly called on for information regarding Chester and vicinity in which connection we find the Times Year Rook a mast invaluable guide. BEN J AM IN NEWSOME "City Clerk, Chester, Pa We make good use of if in the rlasses here. especially our civics and problems classes find it of great v aloe. • GEORGE W PEDLOW. Principal. "Chester High School." E A Foie* director of publications. Keystone Automobile Club. Philadelphia : ‘ The Year Book has been very helpful to us in past years and I am sure ti 1333 issue vv iii prove equally valuable. It is an excellent work and reflects credit on the Times staff " James T Stewart, county controller. Delaware county: An indispensable ad lunet to our office. A publication of nvr:* in si! respects containing a wealth of county information in addition to its other valuable contents.'’ Fverett Kent president Hint Manufacturing Company and former head nj the Manufacturers’ Association of Delaware County: A most worthy reference manual which adds prestige to Delaware county and the Chester Times Its publishers are to bt' congratulated." A B Geary, attornev I have been compelled to conclude that the Year Book fills a space in thus county all to itself On several occasions we de-ired information ne! after undertaking to get it from callous sources discovered it was contained in your Year Book and therefore I ha-e concluded to have all future editions at hand." zinc article, published in the * New Outlook," of which Alfred F Smith is editor. Hi* was suspend d by a viva *oce vo’ attn the Senate refused. 31 to 4<), to order his Immediate discharge He has held the post for twelve years. The S' nato Judiciary Committee, however, was instructed to study the case and i< conmrnd whether Barry should be cited to the U. S district attorneys here and in Nrw York City tor prosecution under the criminal libel law The committee was ordered to repent bv 4 p. in. next Tuesday. February 7. Barry freely admitted writing the article and absolved Smith horn any connection with it He said he dealt *'Olrlv with Frank Tich"nor, owner of the magazine. Af first, tile sergeant-at-arms denied any intention of charging senators and representatives with taking bnb <* He conceded he had no proof to sustain such charges. Finally, he d dared he bdirved the charge* true. ■ but Again admitted he had no evidence to support them. The part of Barry* article which stirred the senatorial tempest said: ‘Contrary, perhaps, to Hie popular belief, there are not many crooks in Congress that is out and out graft-! era or thosp who are willing to br such; there are not many Senators or Representatives who sell thdr vote for money, and it is pretty well known who those few arr" MOTO It INSPECTION REVEALS OKI KC TS Of the motor vehicles registered in Pennsylvania up to January 29. twelve per cent were inspected in file first four week of the current compulsory inspection period, according to compilations by the state today Official stations reported inspecting 158 748 vehicles. The total registered on January 29 was 1283 591 Of those inspected, 114 197. or 719 1 per cent . were found defective The chief drf"ct found generally was in lighting equipment Owners of 110.000 vehicles, or 89 2 per rent. oi the total tested, were ordered to correct lights. JIM COK HIOTT ILI.: II VS ll KAIM’ DISK ASK NEW YORK F<b 4 Jim Corbett is ill at his home in Bayside, I.. I The former heavyweight champion is suffering from a heart ailment and some concern has been felt because of his agr His condition, how ever, is not regarded as immediately critical. < IIM.I) Bl BNS J O DI V | if Rita Hartley. 4 Philadelphia, via dead from burns received when her dress caught fire at the kitchen range during the absence of her patent*. was fully covered bv insurance, officials of the bank state POLICK DETAIN DELAWARE M AN Accused uf Having Beaten (’heater Unman, Now Patient in Hospital Alexander Cush in. alia*- Kluc/yn-sk? of Poplar street. Wilmington. Del, was held without bail for a continued hearing when arraigned before Magistrate Honan in police court this morning, charged wi h breaking and entering, larceny and assault and battel* The hearing will take place when Mrs Sophie **irtr\/k, 812 East Fourth .street, this city. who is in the Chester Hospital, has recovered sufficiently to appear against the man I Cushin was arrested bv Wilmington l>oltce yesterday morning several hours alter local police removed the Pi-'try*k woman to the hospital from her home, where she was found suffering from severe head cuts and probable internal injuries. She told indie" h” had b*; ii attacked by Cushin. whom she found in lu r home when she returned after visiting friends. Dele* tives av Cushin denies breaking into th" house, saying he had a I ch key to open the door. However, Continued on Last Page GOVERNOR NAM KS ( OI VI V KUSI I HONTS Two Delaware county residents ate listed among the newly created commission of firefighting standards as announced by th" Governors offv * today. They are Charles F Clark'. of Wayne and Janus J. McCullough, of I ansdowne. Judge Eugene C B (indwell, of Philadelphia. was named chairman ana Cha lie U C..i:> 1.1, of the State Firemens As'ocmJon secretary of the organization ( VCI I It I VMI I ISH I): William T. Ellis and Mrs I of Swarthmore, who are*spending several weeks at Wahoo I,odge Pompano, F,a both caught sailfish within til** same hour. while fishing from the charter boat “Calahan neai I >■ Laud’idale. recently Mrs Ellis fish mra.Nursd seven feet five inch' ’ and weighed fifty-one pounds, and war landed after a battle of less than ha f an hour. Dr. Ellis’ fish was six feet nine and one-half niche lorn. BRITISH TI HI VI \N OII s LONDON Feb 4 Lord Wa vert rec one of England’s most popular sportsmen was dead todav. He was sev-rntv-seven. M OH \ VV VNM CVV I I I VV ll I I WI GI V (Inc *tf the ( lilcf witnesses .it Hie trial (if VV tlflain ( nile* (.in, .(lune, ut Lune Beach, I .ii., for (tie yacht murder of ( Walter \\.ruder-well, world traveler, is Ins widow, Mrs. tloha VV andri'well. also shown here. Wanders* cli was slain on hoard Ins yacht on I he eve of a cruise lo the south seas. The "man at th porthole," an instant before Die fatal slot was fired, was identified as Guv bv two inemb-rs of tile cruising party. (.in asserts Innocence. F. IKR. IN FLORIDA; BOARDS V AI HT ( LOI DY. (OLDEK AY FATH EK LOBEL AST Partly cloudy skies are predicted todav in Kin'ein Pennsylvania New Jersey, Delaware and Mal viand It will be cloudy and co.der tomoirow The highest temperature here yes. tai day was 43 degrees at I p rn, aud the lowtst was 35. at 7 15 p rn. The average of 39 was six degrees above normal for the date but three degrees below the average February 3 las' year. Maximum temperature for the date is 58, es abhshed In 1914. aud minimum 4 in I BB I Sunrise todav was at 7 07 a rn and sunset will be st 5 24 p rn,, Eastern Standard time HOY’S AMBITION CAUSES THOI'BLE Sidle Library Kooks to Aid Him to t tain Ethical ion : Sentence Suspended I The long-nourished ambition of William Uh Ie iss, 23, of Emf Fourteenth street, this city, for h highet education, led him into serious trouble, he discovered yesterday, when he appealed before Judge John M Broomall and pleaded guilty to sic,ii mg five bulky volumes of an cm veto ped I a from the Marcus Hook hbraiv Aper questioning the tall studious looking youth for it considcrafiit length of time, Judge Broomall ad mil ted that he wa* puzzled bv the youth’s aet, one of the most unusual to ever appear on the dockets of bv local court. After ordering Probation Officer I ani is Palmer to invest igat< the case, he gave ClIrLss a suspended * nonce of three years, 'live prisoner told Assistant District Attorney Clement J McGovern that he wa- forced to leave school ii Providence. H. I , when in the seventh grade, due to the financial straits oi his family. He said he wanted it ful l lier Ins education and spent st v (Mal hours dnilv iii libraries in thinly and Marcus Hook His molliei is dead, he said, and he aud hi en unemployed lot s. live in a small! razer Hospital always wanted an and lacking the • books, stole Hie Marcus them to Iris "pored over HUNT CLUE TO SLAYER OF 15-YEAR-OLD C.IRL STUDENT VV fide hundreds of polk •• s. .tared lite vomit' about Massa pa qua. \ V , for the murderer of VI a r > Helen b t minor (right), the gill s grief 'tricker! family ibelow I received mo lerious letters and telephone *.ills w hit Iv (min ated blat tile assailant might have been a maniac Viiss OI on nor. a Rockaway Park High school honor student and beauts ■ oiliest winner, was 15 seals old lier hods. found in a wooded section of I orig Island, indicated that she been brut ills slain while resisting a would he attac ker Her parents. Mf and Mis .fames (it minor, ate shown In their home with then son. lick. IU w ho has bt >t t wo yea i near the ( id that he p the from took and father, t he pa garage He si encyclopedia set, money to purrha the five volumes Hook library, Hr makeshift home them,' lie said. Constance M Fussed, librarian of the Marcus Hook library, .stated blat the hoard of directors of the institution have asked that clemency be extended to the defendant ISSI E AA AUM NG A(; A INST I A! KOSTEK BLEA BY fZEKAY LDB HLS FREEDOM DENIED BY COURT Mat* rat o Convicted of E \ t ort ion ( har^cs < >r (lured Back lo Jail Attorney Found < ase, A Tor Constables Built) in Same New Trials 'S Iv *s President-elect .I a c k s ti n v i I Astor’* (illest Bra c Ii o s Ie and Is on ( misc faith * trout up iating in a bog is JACK S O •INS- Pr< special tu In n., today from VV a i in .Spring.* V I I (den' -I iv od I F Fla , Fi b 4 eh ct Roosevelt a here Af 8 30 a Itta rn retreat at Mi be lei Bv ta un i , h ll Tile Room and lo of IO a. Agree rn iccomp t a plier Pi v gelt boarded tile vt dittoed anchor f uninterrupted set rn, t, Mr. R led bv His life (ill begin af ident -elect A ; or his ion veil will reporter.* or in the (told rr bks return planned to utilize the complete privacy of the Nom rn.dial" to consider the i cm.lining few places in his cabinet ann those POM bons, such as membership on the Re i ut, it rue’ion Finance. Home Loan Bank Board and others that must in tl nom rn Vim and la ant sc his ow I veil, Of f< gel lr t the far distant friend lifetime voted I abhor and hi tm Hoover ted immediately, n? A*'or. the yachting host i tieing mentioned tot a .m t-• taiv of the navy math up i gut at list for the nor* Hr taut relative of Mi J loose* ic most Intercut on the pa*m*ty-v* as Kermit Roosevelt, t>en of tout “T. H." Kermit also is a relative of Astor and a close It is rumored h** dr*'*r*rd his Republican leanings and »r L D ’ in the let election, h hi* brother, Theodore. Jr., * iv * r Mrs Alice Roosev elt orih campaigned for President I < bb mite iti I dbms Clair Wilco:;, prof* or of economics a? S' bi more College, who served a- (hr-< to* of re "arch foi 'he Wickerham Commission w ill tell of "Some Needed Economic Reforms.’’ tomorrow afternoon at the Frankford Friend* Forum Dr Wilcox, in 1930, wrote the mamie- to of the 1200 economic oppo cd to the Ha wlrv-Smoot Tariff Bill and tir" cl I'* v o by Pre.-.idem Hoover. Warning is th> Catholic priest wiio is cinity, Hi* usual method of approach is to visit a house of mourning and to profess acquaintance and admiration for the deceased. He then informs Hie mourners that Ic* would Hike to av a mars for the deceased, and adds that he has lost his pocketbook and would appreciate any help they might give him to return to Ills home The impn tee Is said to be in his late forties, wears glass es and has a rather pleasant countenance. Ile has given several names and has .od bur he lived af th" Cathedral rectory. Philadelphia. South Langhorne Pa ., and Rye, N Y Anyone coming in contact with this impostei is urged to communicate with police PEDESTRIAN CLAIMS HK W AS ATTACK Kl I Anc ted on the technical chara* of suspk ion. Herman Branch. 25 Negro of Second and Edwards .sheer* wa di < lunged by Commit ting Maxis rate Honan, following a hearing in police court todav. Branch applied at the Chebel Hospital for treatment for head cub shortly before 5 a rn. todav He claims he WAI walking on Flower street, near Third -fleet, when in war .burk with a milk bottle by some unknown person. He appeared In court with hi* head .swathed In bandages MIRI ss I ll! (IN VV 4 lf RAN I Jo ' pii DiMeglio 18 of the 700 block West Third sheet, arrested on a warrant charging him with assault and battery will be given a hearing a? the off!'f of Magistrate Honan, in th'*    * od late th lr afternoon I •> I Kl VSI dY B M AM I WASHINGTON Feb t (INS’ Treasury balance us of February 2 $148,700621 .7 expenditure* $15518 *50 HH: ( -i -torii*- receipt.* $1263,264 91) JURY A WAB BS HEAVY DAMAGES W it in a ii Injured \\ hen Autos Crashed, Wins Suit Against .Motorist Mrs Florence Bt amp. of Strafford, wax aw ai (led $10,(88) damages by a jill in Judge Samuel J, Reed 'n court -room yesterday, for injuries xhe re- P. M. ('.SENIOR CLASSMEN All) Siiliniit to Blood Transfusions lor Classmate NY ho Is ('riticallv III reived Upper seVera torn I1 nipple in an automob Dalby on June tendons in her MMC and I'll tv I he (Ie if Mal lie acrid* ut in 20, 1932. when rigid foot were r permanently iciidunf * • John A hall I o-id, Upper J Marti Darby Iii addition band of the injure awarded $94(1 for I and medical care Iii wife, and lf Willis Darby, a pa*, curer wa awarded $31 it ii jut i**H hr sumaln< d According to tin a ut ((mobile opera tec traveling weal on M it wax struck bv which, according to the wrong side of the i wax struck (Stamps car im into the path of a bu own Aionimmk ll It. poi la I ion ( I lie latter was named us feridant, but the Jury rr diets in their favor, Willi ain C Alexander the plaintiffs, J I) Led .vented Martin aud I) M resented the bus company FINDS IM ID DEK vn Stamp, hus-w Oma ii, was spital expen'*•«, provided for Ins Davis, of Upper in the Stamp car, i damages fur io ta! imonv, by Btu tup I xii ill road ' the Marlin Stamp, wa d Mien car, I on After it h thrown d by the Company s a co-dr-ijineiJ yer- repte» atd r Hodge •ated '•pre- r**p- IIIDFM; I ’N DEK BED At ti a* mg of Ii berg. 71 search o discover* bed. The f< Yondy an addr* .* I r eef, a I bv I pet di he continued bark-Mi M I ,iclit en t Caldwell street, made a f her home last evening and d a man hiding beneath her now* Mar ,s in his wa. Identified as John Un, 34 w'ho gave jkjIh th** JOO fin* k East Third place (if abode. WH* n GERMAN DECREE -STATE SCRATCHES CURTAILS (’RESS LDB MORE MONEY J to | in po no Freedom Restrained a> Hinden!)ur^ Si^n> Order —One Suspended Culbertson Bridge Greatly Improved for PH'} BERLIN, Feb curtailing the lr was signed todav Hindenburg The decree was understood to in 4 UP A decree edom of the press by President Von Contract budge is a living gam", and likT every living thing, it must progress It cannot .stand still Thus the Culbertson System of 1933 contains numerous interesting and thoroughly tested improvements and additions to the system as first published bv the author in 1930 Th -se changes are motivated partly bv tilt new scoring laws and partly by natural crow th and development The improvements, however, do no? involve any radical changes in the know ledge of c orrect bidding previ-nfi' • squired bv the player Que* the contrary these addition- and ie-flivm"nt:- make even more rPar the fund'rn" ut a I oundnev- and p irti-cabiUty of the s* stem, as well as giving elude th" as an edu Pe pen, ", rescinded Schleicher same e t issued s Chancellor. by Chancellor cut tai provisions when Franz Von which was Kart Von greater scop" to th" player s imagination. A bridge player who already knows the Culbertson System has nothing to forget He will merely progress by making additions to ms previous knowledge of the game. Th* Culbertson System of 1933 Is the late.-t word on contract brid! e bidding. With a full and scientific application to the change* made in ti)** laws last Novemb r Master players of the wotld have co-operated with the writer, and th* b"st available ideas have been carefully examin'd and tested in the crucible of expert plav. I ani convinced thai the Cu -bertson System of 1933 will also be ( ontinued on Page Eleven BERLIN Feb. 4 <UP- Chancellor Adolf Hitler appeared today to have Communists and Socialists awed by reports that he would revive emergency decrees providing death or long prison term for political terrorists Th** Socialist ne .v sp,* per Vorwarfs wa suspended for three days on charges of high treason The country wa quieter than at arn- time since Hitler became load of th*- government Charg* * icgiiiii: * Vet •var?'- were ba.(d on an article in Friday s issue appealing to voters in Hie forthcoming general election for dispossession Continued on Last Page Ii mu I Officers Seek to Keep (General Fund From Lointf “Red” HARRISBURG Feb 4 INS* St a*** fiscal officers and legislators. with an rye to penrr vl*. ania As finan-riai welfare en.plover: overtime today to produee a workable plan that will keep Pennsylvania general fund gouig m'o nunuf gfi1 this month. Though nearly five millions are readily available Hie treasury is down to the pom1 where it is .scraping and counting pennies from every possible .source Lik*- the individual businessman. the stat** 'got its firu-of-the-month bills a few days ago    Payment r**- quested within 30 (lav    appeared on enough of them to total about $4 -600,000 more than the cash on hand Default on f.xrai ti.alg* or something actually a alarming, is not imminent, cf coms* The faro is officials s'lil anticipate Dial million I a rad a half balance when th** biennium ends May 31 But ome legitimate financial juggling, the balancing art. and possibly even a little ingenuity are necessary for tar present Continued on Last Page the r against him Magistrate Honan and ro ts on a (Iii conduct charre. Martin’s alibi v? drunk and got in c Just how (hunk hi mined when it was climbed on a stied a bedroom window tiffed (ha? the window difficult to open, bm .s charge court today •ti Martin $10 ■and disorderly Senior classmen of the Pennsylvania Military College are showing s sterling spirit of self-rau rifler and ai** making every effort to ald one Of Hie graduates (lf Hic college, * member of Hie class of 1931, in a fight for lits life against a severe attack of pneumonia The former <»det, John B I Kan** has bern ladfasL at bis home in Philadelphia for several weeks, waging a desperate fight against an attack of double pneumonia, which inis left the former athlete in a greatly weakened physical condition J ii** r ase has ai *» developed into pleurisy and for Hi** past few* days Hie voting man has been in a critical (<ii idit koi, Members of Hie present Senior • la . most of w ii* lira are former friend* and nu* mate s of Kane have answered a call to save Hie life of their friend by giving blo*»d for transfusions, which It In believed will la* Instrumental in saving the lib of their blend Two of Hie senior have already answered tile rail, each giving a pint of bl****! 'I ii*1 first to stib- ( Hilt inned an I •»**< Page KKSIIIKNTS VITKOV K RKNOVI/.K CA .VI PA IGN In Hi** northern residential see!ions of Hi** eitv there is raid* n *• that the 1 r« noviz" ’ preaching, win* ti ha bren broadcast throughout the nation tx having its effect on ome of Hic leaden is of the First and Second wards The activitif.s of painters and inti nor decorators have bren mer* a.’en of late arui many hon "holder are taking opportunity lo aid the mov *-rn* ut by hlrin * carpenters to do a number of (aid jota! about th* r homes    fences and outside woodwork are receiving attention. vinic many are also having reputes M u rate Joseph ' <    '    :A'sr hip. came argument "sterday before John M Broomall and I Boose, U/rkav was re-and was dMiiniitted to the lion. wa convicted at the last mal copr* of conspiracy i charges, having been attempting to "shaka x I) Amato Middletown mer, on Angust 4 last, raid 'Die trial, before was Hie second, there a prior conviction last foie Judge Albert Dutton i t term <>f court Czckav charge! of mil* to which he before Judge Ray P. York 'I hr charge* Ii ? d about 50 counts, including a number of ravx where fines and costs had been collected bv rh* magistrate and not turned over to th** county or state. On the charges to which this man pleaded guilty before Judge Sherwood, he was allowed to go out • Mi halt through a misunderstanding ’’ ti*-*5ared Judge Broomall. "This should not have lawn done and he will be committed iii both cases” Attornev John A Bainville, acting fin Attornev F Leroy van Roden, who a ill, proto ted. but the Couit dr. id* <| that Uz.ekav should remain iii jail, MW* New Trials Arguing in l>eh»lf of Constables h Plat?.of R ownshlp IMI Shu lev oui nil of Tinicum township and Special Deput v Sheriff William Servoss of Eddv stone. At-tornev Howard Kirk a ked the Court to grant new trials, The three men wcie convicted with Czckav, before Judge Boo,** as they had been betoil* Judge MacDade last October. lf C/ekay’s counsel had been here, I wanted to ask Cltekay tim question W'ho vv as the mvsterious, unknown informant, Martini, wtio caused the raid to in* made on D Amato s’place?’ Mi Knk said From the standpoint of the Coml, Hie trial was absolutely fair, but from the setup of the bisti let attorney s office, it was unfair.’ Mr. Kirk quoted testimony rf D Amato before Justice of the Pear* Mat hues of Media, given last Align it. He didn’t tell anyone at first of the alleged $500 shakedown not even LUA lawyer, nor Hie detectives, nor police." .said Mr. Kirk. Mr Kiik entered objections to testimony given bv Deputy Sheriff Pearson and County Detective Tre.'tratl at the ti la I of tile three defendant* and objected to a number of [aunts in the address to the tury. which had l)i*n given bv A -i-taut District Attorney U. William Kraft. Jr, Th* sc* three men acted honestly in the performance of their dull"*,'’ (•eclated the attorney, Th*Ur conviction on this charge places every police officer in peril, because , very pii.sonri may turn on him like a rat anil bung such charges ’Die charges an* so easily made but. very hard IO off set. We ;i ie seeking Just ii * for the* a imii a * tiler** ,*’*i!iN to have been a setup ;u*.• rn t them,' e< ntinucd Mr. Ku    I    in* w    • a    ;rung reason whv the*** men were pursued.” Judge Boa* i siiid, You admit you bad a fail trial in fact, two trials, laiHi i ex ii it mg in convictions Would a third ti tai n.sult any differently? You    inuM    not a    - ic    to sit as    tho thirteenth juror Dine was ample evidence in this ca?** to support the jury a verdict At present my feeling i to i von I no: ion and Judge Hioomal) seems to concur With me, hut    I will    review    your    brief and    rr- i" w    bail for the    men    to appair    on Mardi 27." \\ I I NI ss sn ( I \I sllOW ING Approximate,v 600 lieisons, including Hi*' trust* *«, faculty, cadet corps, patrons and friends of Pennsylvania Military College were special guest* at a pi (**. lew showing of Cecil B De->'• ' p.'' ::    .^ign of tile Clo,*a at lie Stanley Theatre, yea-feidiv afternoon. J opicsofTimes ss that he was the wrong howe wan can be our-('stiffed that ii* roof and entered The woman tes-Wiis extremely she had not heard tin* intruder until her dog ran upstairs and began to hark. I . (it* to tooi which have ic gig beet! n; need of attention All the attention us not being **n-t< ted Oil house**, as lawns are receiv-iiig their lair share of attention Mayor William Ward Jr wa one of Hie first to have attention given tt*«*s aiaiut ins home at the corner of Twenty-fourth and Howard treets 'Iii** chief executive hired John Cohen a resident of the First ward, to thoroughly trim some of the large shade trees and thus started an idea which I as spread among many of Hie property owners. Af' r tile bank robbery yesterday, I >• put*. Coroner Griffith, of Norwood, i. e on Hie scene Probably in I. p< a few dead bandits were awaiting ins arrival, Not that Horace likes lie do* s enjoy burying bandits. his job but dead bank A fellow was ton yesterday married woman she wasn't his Credit, they ready money. I? harder to get, Mixer. aries?rd in Wilming-foi beating a local The trouble is that wife, say, is better than o .vht to be it s even pipes Patsy th! it torney Sees Big (hance for Young Men to Lead A style note Informs us ‘hat feath- • rs are back in s'vie. A light sub-*•(•’ to * rite • it but ■ will prod- • bu tickle manv of th** women. I he Weather In an address before a dinner rn cetin: of the I)** iwa *• County Committee of IOO, at the Chester Y. W C. A E. Wallace Chadwick, well-known attorney. told the members they ‘‘might work a miracle in Delaware county if they persisted," and warned them to get ready "to take plenty of lickings if lucy experted to accomplish things, Mr Chadwick characterized a* admirable Hie formation of such a body for the common good bv th" young men of the county and sta'cd that. such a .strong youth movement had nevTi bern .seriously organiz'd before in this part of th" country to his kno" irdg", excepting possibly in war time.    ’    1 Proposed bv its present officers, together with a group of older men who are leaders in the county, tile I)**la-WAir County Committee of IOO was organized on January 18, by Malcolm B. Petrikin of Chester, its first president, and thirty founder-mem-hers from many parts of the county. It announced as it*, purpose that it would seek out I Atis in orde to deal with unhealthy conditions, and train and inform its members and others wild are interested in the duties and problems of citizenship. The body lr planned to include only men of 21 to 40 leaders in their community, who intend to take an active pal? in Continued on Last f«»se WASHING IDN Feb. I—(UPI — Forecast for tooight and Nunda?: Eastern Penns* Iv anta: Cloudy, pox-sibls Ii* tit snow in east portion, slightly colder in north portion tonight sunda*. cloudy and colder. Western Penn-* Is anta: Cloudy tonight and '•linda*, probably snow •Mind.t* and along the lake tonight; < <ilder sunday and in west portion tonight. Ness Jersey Snow tonight; Sunday, (loud* and colder. IOO AY’S TFM PFK All KF rn. m rn rn. 38 IO I m. .36 ll a rn 37 Noon .. .33 4? 40 *6 ;