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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - April 6, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR SIX MONTHS EN DINT SEPTEMBER 201 OS F8NAL EDITION With AH Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH 17560 Daily Leased Wire Reports of United Press UP pnd International News Service INS CHESTER PA THURSDAY APRIL 6 1933 TWENTY PAGES PRICE TWO CENTS BEER TO FLOW IN PENNA FREE AS SENATE ADJOURNS Senator McClures Motion to Amend Kills Action for This Week AKRON WIDOW Bill Was Up for Third Reading Veto by Pin chot Awaited It No State Control On Sale of Beer After Midnight The only control the state has over the advent of 32 beer tomor row is over manufacturing and wholesale establishments through the State Alcohol Permit Board The board has granted permits to 27 breweries to operate Others the board said will not be per mitted to do business But any mercantile establish store poolroom gro cery store hardware store or la dies readytowear sell all the beer they can dispose of to morrow so far as the state is con cerned SFP HIIIT DfiAFTX AKRONS SURVIVORS FLY TO OJLlVj 1O OTT A 1 TARIFF PROGRAM CAPTAL CRASH INQUIRY WITH F D RS OK Resolution Giving Presi dent Power to Conclude Pacts Ready j Submission to Congress Expected Soon to Nego tiate With Powers WASHINGTON April President Roosevelt and Secretary of State Hull it was learned today have virtually completed the draft of a congressional resolution giving t the administration power to con elude reciprocal tariff agreements i with other powers Submission of the draft to Congress is expected soon The administration when endowed with the necessary power expects to begin negotiations with the leading i commercial countries of the world i to lower tariff walls and thus stimui late the international exchange of j goods It is Hulls view that tariffs i Dryeyed but with sorrow deeply other trade restrictions are engraved upon her face Mrs Robert largely responsible for the Copeland widow of the Akrons chief sion radio operator is pictured at her Lowering of tariffs is one of the home in Lakehurst N J still stunned objectives of the world economic by the news of the tragedy thai conference This meetlner however HARRISBURG April strife made her a widow Copeland was will not consider specific tariff rates torn assembly adjourned the legislai ne of thc four Pckcd by the An attempt will be made I tanker Phoebus but he died shortly rather to negotiate more general tive week today without passing a bill after his rcscue to control and tax beer in vania Legislators thus assumed the re sponsibility which political foes of Governor Gifford Pinchot had hoped would be thrust upon him through eleventhhour passage of a regulatory measure1 Vetoawaited the Sowers Conner Bill if it went to the gov ernors desk The bill was up for third reading FLOW OF BEER WEI BEGIN AT MIDNIGHT HOUR agreements for the lowering of tariffs and removing of other trade restrictions i The authority which the tration will seek from Congress will enable it to make the agreements on I rates to carry out the spirit of the more general confeierice agreements OF COIN SLUGS CAUGHT UNEMPLOYED ARE BEING ENROLLED FOR FOREST JOBS Roosevelts Army of 250 000 to Get a Day and Its Keep 16 East and Midwest Cities Select Contingent Off for Camp Soon I and final passage in the Senate to AH in ReadlllCSS to Celc Another cheater was arrested Atlantic in the Akron seen hrc at F day when Senator John J McClure nf Just beforc a plane for Washii brate Return of Amber Fluid After 13 Years last night by operators of the Bell Local Brewery and Dealers Prepared to Supply the Demands of the Thirsty The operators James Sproul Jr and Frank W Wolf have informa tion that may lead to the arrest of several others who have been de frauding the company by putting washers and slugs in the pay station when the clock tolls the midnight boxes Tuesday night they made hour tonight Canada will lose a lot i their first arrest here and will con day when Senator John J McClure i Delaware county moved to amend it and Senator Henry L Snyder Lehigh seconded the motion Ac ceptance of the amdenntent auto matically laid the bill over until the next legislative day for final passage McClures amendment struck out the provisions entered by Snyder yes terday The Lehigh senator had pro posed that sale of beer be permitted in all eating establishments regardless of the existence of a bar Shortly after accepting the amend ment the Senate adjourned until of its attractiveness for i tinue until They clean Monday night j Amendments driven through last night by Senator Charles Stauden meier Schuylkill to the SowersConner Bill the original plan of having county courts grant licenses to sell 32beer and wine Staudenmeier struck from the measure the Democratic party plan of ten licensing districts with three man license boards in nine of them and with the courts functioning in the tenth Philadelphia He also wiped out the appropriation for this board system Lets have the state uniform on the license plan Lets not have Phil adelphia with one method and the remainder of the state with an Three brave that remain of the 77 who were flushed into the loyd Bennett Field Brook Washington D C to jrivc to the navys board full accounts of the tragedy Left to richt Richard E Deal Telephone Company who found j boatswains mate of N j who also survived the Shenandoah James R Bosworth who gave alocal j crash Moody E Erwin metalsmith of Memphis Term and Lieutenant hotel as his place of address puti Commander Herbert V Wiley of Wheeling Mo second in command of the ting slugs in a telephone coin box WASHINGTON April 6 UP The vanguard of President Roose velts army of 250000 unemployed was being cmoiled today to work in the forests lor l a day and their keep Labor Department representatives in 16 cities of the cast and middle west were selecting the first con tingent of 25000 It is hoped to have some of them headed for con ditioning camps by nightfall The first recruits were unmarried men between 18 nnd 25 with de pendents Robert Fechner director of conser vation relief work explained that thc first 25000 were being enrolled in large cities because Labor Depart ment representatives there nlreaclj had obtained names of needy cases from relief agencies The recruits will take an oath to remain in the conservation corps for six months unless released earlier and to obey all regulations on penalty of dismissal The recruits will be sent at once to regular U S Army camps near their home cities There will be about 1500 work qamps with between 100 and 200 men assigned to each The forrcst service last night announced the location of thc first 38 camps including three at the Allegheny National Forest Penn sylvania Fechner hopes to have the entire force of 250000 on the job in six weeks HEADS AKRON PROBE NAVY TO DRAG SEA BOTTOM FOR SUNK AIRSHIP AKRON Ships Are Ordered to Scene of Wreck With Diving Apparatus Naval Board Appointed for Probe Congress to Investigate Continued on Last Beer mellow beer that was made petty thieves who have several months ago by honestto j a practice of using slugs instead of goodness brewers will legally begin j coins Bosworth was given an immediate hearing before Magistrate Michael A Honan and was held in bail for court He was charged with false pretense The telephone operators have a recently invented device whereby they can immediately detect when a telephone user inserts other than a to flow Brewery horses that have enjoyed a 13 years vacation will again start to earn their oats Trucks laden with the amber brew will start rumbling over the highways and byways and shortly afterwards hundreds who have patiently awaited the end of the 13 year drought will begin to celebrate Yes Delaware county will do its legal coin The investigators imme share Parties have been planned diately go to the pay station and in hotels speakeasies roadhouses and arrest the user Akron J HOWARD ROOP IMEDIA WOMAN DIESJN PfflLA i FOILS ATTACKER Former Bank President Accosted Near Her Home A small army of 5000 men and boys from the Philadelphia district today were ready to join the civilian conservation corps for work in the forests although welfare agencies there were still uninstructccl on methods for recruiting the workers A number of Chester residents were among the applicants We are as much in the dark as any said Richard Ncustadt di rector of the office of the Pennsyl vania Department of Labor and in Representative lohn J Delaney of New York who is chairman of the Mouse Subcommittee on Aeronau tics which is athorough in vcstifraUon into the Akron disaster The three survivors of the diriftible crash were flown to Washington from New York to testify at the first ses sion of the inquiry AND SON ARE STABBED BY Condition of Aaron Hunter 55 of Chester Township Considered Serious dustry streets at Fifteenth and Cherry Had Long Service Local Institution at J Howard Roop for 36 years presi dent of the Delaware County National Bank died last nighf at 8 oclock at his home 5431 Germantovm avenue Frees Self From His Grasp After Struggle When returning to her home about 930 oclock last night Mrs W Somcrs Ford of 206 Lincoln street Media was attacked by aman from whoni she Philadelphia His wife died about 18 a desperate struggle m i r i i months ago Mrs Ford told police to whom she not a few homes will be the scene of merriment At the zero hour the whistle atop the Chester brewery Second and Palmer streets will shriek out 13 MRS ADA P MADDUX DIES IN NEW YORK Continued on Last Pape CHIMNEY ON SECOND WARD HOME AFIRE COMMITTED TO JAIL Mr Roop retired about eight years i reportedthe occurrence that she had ago fromhis banking pose to devote j gotten within a short distance of her his time to his own interests aria i home which is located in a lonely residedinPhiladelphia He was an section of the borough when a white employe and officer of the bank for man who she described as being p 54 years The former bank official was the sixth president of the bank which in j those days was located at Market Square He was born in Gcrmantown April 20 1849 the son of Horatio and Elizard Yard Roop and attended the Crews and Negro was arrested last night on Chester pike Glenolden by Corporal McAsee of the Clifton Heights bar raccs state Highway Patrol on the 1 the Central School and for several years apparatus ot the Good E WHI Company ere caned i SS T n i i 11 j jiio 011toi wiia befoie 9 p clock this morning to ex taken to the office of Magistrate Fori hom yVd Clark Jr in Glenolden where of Joseph Deering Thirteenth and hp Potter streets The fire caused by a sootclogged in the county jail at Media hearing 6 00I a i LilU IlUallilt Hue m the chimney leading from an that Evans prevented him from pass open fireplace on the firstfloor of the j ing the vehicle which he was driving large stone dwelling was difficult to j and when he did offer to surrender reach from the street level and the j the highway to permit him to pass 45foot extension ladder carried on it was only with difficulty that the of tne companys service truck was opened to its full length in order to permit firemen to reach the chimney top The work of the firemen was directed by Assistant Fire Chief Thomas Canavan ficer avoided being struck by the Foryears he was secretary and j Mrs Ada P Maddux for many years one of the best known residents of this city and for the past several 1 at Lhe t out m response toa still alarm shortly Following FVanc k years a resident of Rego Park Long Q s n5 tjVJins was travel Island N Y died Tuesday in a hos pital in New York following a pro tracted illness Mrs Maddux wasa the widow of Dr Daniel P Maddux one of the outstanding physicians in this city for many years the family residing at Eighth and Madison streets Following the death of her husband Mrs Maddux with her daughter Miss Helen Maddux who survives moved to 6250 Saunders street Rego Park Long Island Mrs Maddux before heV marriage to the Chester surgeon was a cornet ist ofrnarked ability one of the famous Parke sisters cornetists who participated in tabernacle meetings at Ocean Grove N J the camp meeting resort It was there that Dr Maddux on a vacation trip met his wife Funeral services will be held at her late home on Friday morning after which thebody will be shipped to this city for interment in Chester Rural cemetery MOTORCYCLE BEING HELD BY POLICE 12 1870 clerkship at the about 5 feet 8 inchesinheight and who she said she believed had emerged from a small woodland sec tion near her home approached her and after uttering an insulting re mark grabbed her by the arm Mrs Ford said she succeeded in freeingherself from his grasp after a struggle and ran to her home from where she telephone to the police Patrolmen Kelley Higgins Butler and Lindsay rcsppnded and began a search to of the locality for the wouldbe as j jrailant Patrolman Kelley picked up suspect and took him to thc home of Mrs Ford who said he was not the He said the office probably would be designated to receive applications from the Philadelphia district Al though the districts quota Ls 3000 ill least 2000 more applicants have filed their requests for jobs in the forests it was reported RAIN PREDICTED FOR AREA TODAY Rain is predicted in Eastern Penn sylvania New Jersey Delaware nnd Maryland It will be colder tomor row and rain is probable The highest temperature here yes terday was 63 degrees at 3 p m and the lowest was 44 at 5 a m The average of 54 was six degrees above both normal for the date and the average April 5 last year Maxi mumtemperature for the date is 80 established in 1928 and minimum 22 in 1881 Sunrise today was at 537 a m and sunset will be at 630 p m East ern standard time Assailants Elude Capture by Details of State City and County Police Find Fragments of Akron Wreckage 50 Miles Distant WASHINGTON April fragments of the illfated dirigible Akron which crashed iarly Tuesday with the loss of 73 lives were found today 50 miles southeast of the crash position by destroyers accompanying the navy ruiser Portland the Navy Depart ment reported today These frag ments will be assembled at Lake hurst by Commander James L Fisher nnd will be presented as exhibits to the Naval Board of In quiry ordered to sit on Monday The first object believed to have been a part of the Akron was a 22pound aluminum gasoline tank empty and bearing a serial num ber It was discovered by the navy destroyer Bcrnadou After receiving the Portlands message the aeronautics division of the navy said the tank un doubtedly is one from the Attacked by Uvo men when he ordered them of his farm on the Concord road yesterday afternoon Aaron E Hunter 05 Chester town ship farmer was stabbed in the chest and is snid to be in n critical condition in the Chester Hospital His son Ernest 18 who went to his fathers aid when he saw him quarreling with the men was also nttiicked and stabbed in the hands and arms Stnle troopers from the Media barracks and county detectives today were continuing the hunt for the pair who fled from the farm after the nttnck A description of thr men was furnished by farmhands on an adjoining witnessed the attack bub who feared to go to the lid of the Hunters Police say the men they arc hunt ing are of Latin extraction They were gathering dandelion blossoms on the farm when first seen by Hunter The farmer does not per mit trespassing on his lands and so WASHINGTON April The navy redoubled efforts today to find wreckage of the Akron while President Roosevelt arranged to hear from the dirigibles three survivors the story of its crash at sea with a loss of 73 lives Mr Roosevelt this morning received the survivors at the White House They are Lieut Comdr Herbert V Wiley Boatswains Mace Richard E Deal and Metnlsmith M E Erwin Thethree also were drafting a for mal written report lor Secretary of Navy Swanson Admiral William V Pratt alter talking with the survivors ordered more ships and more airplanes to take up the hunt for wreckage Among the additional vessels proceed ing to the scene of the crash off the Jersey coast was the submarine sal vage ship Falcon equipped with div ing apparatus and facilities lor drag ging theocean bottom Admiral Pratt radioed Capt H E Leary of the U S s Portland in charge of the searchthat informa tion from Akron survivors indicates strong probability that the hull is on the bottom of the sea oft Barnegat Continued on Last Page HOSPITAL APPROPRIATION Appropriation bills to aid hospitals and welfare homes in Pennsylvania nf 4n rtovc uu pi ivirs Jforct wno said he was not the todav becran to nnnear on legislative of 40 davSj ware Bank was proman who had attempted to attack succeeding Caleb Emlen On May 31 Mrs described Lhe man as I wearing a blue sweater and a cap She the police ha si c noticed of the succeeding to the office at the corner near her home in which vacant by the death of Elwood she said she believed he had made his Ty5on getaway calendars at Harrisburg Both thc Senate and the House Appropriations Committees prepared to report all aided welfare institutional painted green parked j meures ithehands Amonghe vehicle driven by Evans While in the magistrates office Evans became abusive in his lan guage which aroused the ire of the magistrate and his sentence followed Butler Sees U S Criticism of Japan as Unjustified CORPSE OF DROWNED MAN IS RECOVERED treasurer of the Chester Gas Com pany and was one of the executors and trustees of the J Lewis Crozer estate He was a former treasurer of the board of trustees of the Y M C A and also of the board of trustees The body of a drowning victim of theY W C A Only this week he j believed to be Frost McClintock who was reelected a director of the J fell into the Delaware river from the Lewis Crozer Library dredge Roselle March 8 was found He was a brother of A A Roop former executive of the Crozer mills in Upland and he was an uncle of yesterday wedged between rocks on Jersey side of the Chester Bridgeport ferry A warrant for the arrest of Russell Coleman 32 Negro of 532 Central avenue loomed today after he failed to appear in police court on charges of operating a motorcycle without first having procured a license Several days ago Motorcycle Offi cer Burns the motorbike was being operated on 1932 tags He trailed the driver to a store on Con cord avenue where the machine was abandoned Burns had it sent to police station Yesterday Coleman appeared to claim the machine and was slated He was released in his own recog nizance to appear for a hearing this morning but failed to do so The bike is still impounded and will not be released until the case is settled NAVY YARDS WORK FIREMEN FAVOR SUPERVISOR PLAN By PAUL COMLY FRENCH Copyright 1933 by United Press America has no right to criticize the Japanese for establishing a pup pet state in Manchuria General Smedley D Butler said today when Coirmanies in ITrmpr Dflrhv lhe NiPPonese merely adopted the ill upper idruy procedure this countrv in Township Await Special Committees Report Understand the retired Marine declared at his home at Newtown Square my sympathies are with the Chinese in their efforts to de thnf MARRIAGE ANNOUNCED reoorted PARIS April Regis Henri Post former governor of Puerto Rico was married today to Madame Denys De Lagardc Continued on Last Page CHESTER RUNAWAYS HALTED IN MARYLAND Two local school boys who yester day started on an uncharted cruise of the continent had their trip abruptly ended at Fcdcralsburgv Md when nervous actions attracted the attention of a state policeman The boys gave their names as Prank Lebischak 17 of 2912 West Third street and John Bzozoski 18 of Fifth and Wilson streets They admitted they ran away from home and were heading south Parents of the boys were notified and left this morning to return them to this city ARlESTEi AS SUSPECT SCRANTON Pa April Christ TassoKR 18 of Passalc N J was arrested here today as a suspect in an robbery at Passaic lost March 13 J Clawson Roop director of rhe Four boys from this city who were budget in the Hoover administration rowing on the river saw the body Funeral arrangements have not and notified New Jersey police The j been completed i point where the body war found is j about milc5 from wncre WASHINGTON April j bilJbb tock fell overboard the dredge beingThe three survivors of the disaster OF LEGISLATURF Hog Island flt the were received by President Roosevelt I today as the Navy Department altered earlier plans and designated Rear Ad jmiral Henry V Butler as president of T Crash to FDR in Person INJURED BY AUTOS A young woman and a small boy were injured in two automobile ac cidents in the western section of the city last evening They were Miss Gertrude Sell 19 of 519 Berlin street who was treated afc the Chester Hospital lor lacerations of the face and Henry Griffis 8 of 3430 West Third street who was ad mitted to the same hospital to re ceive treatment for lacerations of the face and a compound fracture of the right ankle Miss Sell sustained her injuries when while a passenger in an auto mobile driven by Dorothy Cook of 200 Second street Essington she tvas showered with splintered glass when Miss Cooks car crashed into the rear of one driven by Dominick Yokes of 616 Morton avenue This accident happcnded at Fourth street and Cen tral avenue The Griffis boy was felled near his home by an automobile driven by Joseph Dehner 617 West Third street Dehner toldpolice the boy ran from the side of the roadway into his car After Dehner removed the boy to the hospital he reported the accident to police He will be ar raigned for a hearing in police court on Thursday April 27 Topics of Times Local Rotarians have heard so much about railroad and truck trans jportation that they wish that each will reach the terminal some of these i days HARRISBURG Pa April PM C BILL AMATO MAINSMYSTERY Prospects of pects of imminent adjourn A A NCES IN SENATE i Court of of the State Legislature were v ArH AI th trfljri voiced today on the floor of the House by Rep Blumberg Philadel HARRISBURG Pa April phia floor leader of the William S appropriation bill to Vare forces j establish scholarships at the Penn It looks now that well be able to in vestigate the tragedy next week Butler commandant of the Wash ington Navy Yard will replace Rear Admiral W W Phelps commandant of the New York Naval District Inquest Conducted by Cor oner Yesterday Open Verdict Returned f v f lne Chinese in their efforts to de Ic OOKS now that well be able to sylvania Military College was ad Phelos is ill and will ho nmbv he i Delegates from the four fire comi velope a real national spirit and adjourn at the end of next week or jvlnced to third reading In the Sen nSt at the inouirv inies in Uoner Darbv havr1 rinnrrwprt feehnsr vff thp not mnrf than rnr tiro tnrifiir said panies in Upper Darby have approved I feeling yet the Japanese have plenty i not more than one week later a plan to place an active fire of Precedent for their activities on fighting chief at the head of the vigorous and forceful ex township fire department to superpressed his views on the vise operations at fires requiring more situation as we talked in his den than one company j lincd with momentos of a lifetime of A committee has been appointed service in the United States Marine COlOOt lVta A AVA CVl lilti ate today Senator McClure Dela ware sponsored the bid to select the chief and will submit I Corp a report within two weeks The comi w mittee consists of Thomas Mclntyre Highland parkwiiiiam j When we decided to construct the he said w COMMODITIES REPORTED U S HIT NEW HIGHS GODEROOM FOUND The gang killing of All work ceased at the White House Patsy DAmato Monday a week ago as the Corni uui mander Herbert V Wiley Boatswains j wiU Probaby 80 down m the annals Mate RichardE Deal and Metalsmith of police history as an unsolved M E through the murder mystery At an inquest coh And while planning that summer trip these days always remember it is followed by a fall no matter whether you go by truck or railroad A speaker here warned against too many haircuts We thought most of us got trimmed too oftein in 1932 Which reminds that many a man who claims he never got any breaks is broke just the same A physician is now allowed to pre Pasqualle j scribe as much whisky as he wants to No doubt some of his wet clientele will be affected with chronic colds afternoon afc Whites the Co 5e to son Highland Park William Lcirh HIhUSpe5Djlrby W lombia seemed unwilling bury Cardmgton and Howard our mell GarrettfordDrexel Hill The Then so offieifll t appointments were made by T cJ nf n Beswick retired chief of thl Upper i pcijtTnanv nrVm 1Vo 4111 oetmc wjiu pitiiuiu aii trie i Qf oatrioti1 meeting in the absence of j Japane5e attribute Wadas the president churians George The decision to install a chief to supervise the four companies was made after the Philadelphia Suburban Fire Underwriters Association indi WASHINGTON April rup Secretary of Navy Swanson today ordered all navy yards and shore stations to start work immediately on a fiveandonehalf day basis FILES SUIT FOR DIVORCE Divorce proceeding have been started at Media by Mrs Ann Collins Papi 21 of 1000 Hancock street this with a survey that is intended to city against Humbert Papi 25 of establish a uniform fire insurance White street this city to whom over the entire township she was married at Chestcrtown Mdr Heretofore each companv has acted in December 1930 Cruelty nd in independent of thc other with the I dignities are charged startine in chief of the companv first on the 1932 according to thc state scene of the fire rn r n From Close of lobby of the executive offices to keep ducted their appointment with the President Wiley had changed from the soiled and crumpled khaki uniform in j streets the jury reported to Coroner which he arrived from New York yes E Schechle that DAmato died of terday He was attired in trim Navy Run shot wounds inflicted by person ing New Interest These Markets blues with the insignia of his rank or Persons War as Reported in Exi gleaming in gold from shoulder and was revealed by Arthur DAmato youngest son of the slain beer baron That expedition that flew overMt pert S BOOK Continued on Last that Patsy had once been threatened iEverset only wanted to show whafc by a secret society Under cross man can do when he is upin the air Beer dealers say they cannot fill all the orders they have for tomorrow So chances are they wont be abla to fill all their customers The Chester Brewery will sound their whistle 13 times at midnight to night So it cant be such an lucky number at that WASHINGTON April I WOMANS SCREAMS NEW YORK April which rhe Commodities smashed into new high i ncw administration has dis to the Man points for the season or better jQ i covered that a supercode room was WM tiTr 4VtA O A When thev wnen tney th0v i their Inde cated the necessity for such an office n if the underwriters were to proceed j them reariv flnrt WC with a survftv ntnrfoH tnem readv willing to agree with pendence and established nation our authorities took just ten independence but we Continued on Last Pajje U S TREASURY BALANCE W A SHINGTON April i INS lo of the fire dcfd whether or j Trcrcury balance as of April 4 S65 ment filed by AouDrney Louis A not aid from additional companies 021C673S exnsnditurcs Bloom was necessary customs receipts maintained by the State Depart day as the general trading public from tne closc of the war until became more and more interested in 1929 to decipher confidential mes Ihese markets sages of foreign governments Wheat advanced through 60 cents j Charges that this practice existed a bushel in Chicago Cotton silver I were made in a book published in and sugar climbed higher in New York And through all the trading there came increased evidence of the publics interest in the commodity 1931 by the State Department under the Republican regime never ad mitted it The book alleged that the success FOIL INTRUDER exchangcs Chicago reported huc of the American delegation at the small lot trading indicative of the Was disarmament conference investors tumins into this medium j was due to its ability to read the of trade One advice tht racly coded messages exchanged between Continued on Last Page Continued on Last Page Awakened by a noise in the second floor rear bedroom of her home early today Mrs Ruth Gordon 1313 Han cock street heard a burglar prowling around the room The woman raised a window and screamed for help her cries being heard by neighbors who summoned police Patrolmen Martin Winfrce and Starr speeded to the place and found the woman on the verge of hysterics She described the in truder who jumped from a window and escaped Nothing of value was taken examination by Coroner Scheehle the boy would make no further revelations concerning the death of his father The Black Hand threats had been made about 12 years ago he said Anthony DAmato eldest son of the victim could offer no informa tion He ridiculed the Black Hand angle however and stated that his father had not been in any ques tionable transactions with any rack eteers Five other witnesses testified They were Angelo Mam and Albert Gatta who were first on the scene of the slaying and Ihe ones to assist Arthur DAmato to take the victim to the Continued on Last Page They say that opportunity only knocks once Wont neighborhood scandal spreaders please clip this out The Weather WASHINGTON April Pennsylvania Rain tonight Friday fairv cooler tonight and Friday TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m 7 a m 8 a m 9 a me 10 a m 54 48 11 a m 48 Noon 50 1 p m 52 2 p m 58 59 53 56   

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