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Publication: Chester Times April 26, 1933

Chester Times (Newspaper) - April 26, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania AMITY REACHED SENATE NEARING ON WORLD ISSI HS VOTE ON BILL EOR AS PARLEYS END MONEY INFLATION KELLSBORO JACK S OWNER RETURNS Roosevelt and MacDonald Emphasize Agreement in Joint Communique Prime .Minister Starts Starts Home Tonight; Herriot Continues Talks WASHINGTON President Room Minister Rani »\ ad red that an international moortary standard must be rf-established p4 so n as circumstances permit This aas made known in a joint statement issued at the end of their conversations today, after momentous conferences a? the White House, covering a wide range of subjects and conduc ted sn such a spirit of harmony that the Prime Munster said greater progress than expected had been made The conferences rn preparation for the World Economic Confr r- Einal Drive May Force Expression of Sentiment bv Nightfall Break Seen Between Sen. Class and President, Over Measure April 26    rp    WASHINGTON. Apili 26    IN.-6 •It and    rump The po.>■ ibtlity of a ’break between M ti Donald are President Roosevelt and Senator Carter Glass, hi* pre-inauguration choke for Secretary of the Treason, e rr inflation today enlivened ’he final drive to force a vole on the Administrations huge inflation bill in the Senate by nightfall. Glass was reported to be planning a sped a assailing the administration program He voted in the Senate banking and currency committee against giving the President pow* r to change the gold content of the dollar and since then. has been strangely PINCHOT BRINGS SPORTS NEARER ON SI ADAY IN PA. PA. RELIEF BILL STRIKES A SNAG ON 8 MILLION TAX erne in June fire being widened    u    be    attacks    the    President rapidly by Mr Roosevelt who con fr*s again with Edouard Herriot. of France today. Prime Minister R. B. Bennett, of Canada, also is participating Both Mr Roosevelt and Mr MacDonald emphasized that no definite agreement* had been r* vetted These, they said must await the world conference in June Their talks on monetarv issues were of vital interest, program, it will enliven debate but it will no' change the resuit. Tire Senate appeared read’, anti willing to pass the huge inflation bill by a two to one vote Even the Democratic advocates of free silver favored 'be b:l!. although thev were unable 'o secure actual remonetization of silver. The inflationary program would how.vim bfomw OI th. flu,tun.ions    to    ..... of lh. dollar and th. pound »i.ihn«. >• “    . iiL ...    ,. .',.2 and British plans to increase their »or putting 13,000,000.000 in circum funds for controlling the pound President Roosevelt in continuing his conversations with Herriot, will have plans for a consultative pact disarmament and money problems as the chief subjects tinder examination between them, The Roosevelt -MacDonald statement ■'aid I—That "the necessity for an ln-crease in the general level of commodity prices was i •••cognized aa primary and fundamental 2 It recognized the need for “a Continued on Page Seven POLICE OII HEH TO BE ENFORCED AII Suspicious Persons on Streets, Early in Mornings, \\ ill Bo Questioned • ion 2 Issue $3,000.000 000 of United States notes as a means of inflating the currency. 3 Accept *100,000(100 in silver as partial payment of foreign debts, the mI\et to be valued at not more Umn lot Ued on 50 cents an ounce and used a* the started to Blunging frame the higher Irophi in steeple* lutMng. Mo I Ambrose (lark, owner of K ells born Ii* k winner of the (.rand \alional at \inirre, Ingland, is shown on her arrival in New Vnrk. BURGLAR ALARM TRAPS INTRl DER Washington Nouth ( aught in Act of Kan^i'kinK El" \ n Scry ice St al ion When a bell in his bedroom. (ached to a burglar alarm in gasoline stat ion and wayside mal In Ba ".m ring early Si^ns Soh wart* Sports Schnader Kulinu on Act Measure NX hirh    (    rum-    Regarding I - AI i 11    Bank hies I TDI Blue l^au    Un \,    stacked I p to the People, in Refer- \ssemhly Mines to Nullify end urn, in Next    Novem-    \ iew ;    Opinion    Was lier Election    Basis    of Job Aid    Bill HARRISBURG, lh April 26 un Aum new General William SctttlA-dri ’stuck to his g in* today in the fa»r of scvcir attacks on his ruling that the state legislature inadvertently or not had «t.s*e,s.scd an iscmw,-ooo tax on Pennsylvania banks Whit*’ Schiirtdrr insisted that the lawmakers had done that in passing *hr Einstein oui exempting individual* from paving a lout -mill tux on thru intrn-u-bearing bank account*, moves were Initiated '** nullify his rn I in bi and criticisms wen mad** of its I* galltv and pi ai: i< ability The opinion was the basis of an agreement to provide $4 * ooo.non of state funds unemployment relief H** held that the Einstein bill had merely tran4hned the tax from lndl-viduals to the bank* themselves, Senator James J Coyne Allegheny, •(.ok the first st* P to minify the effect of Sehnader s decision Coyne introduced « bill sn She slate Bonair which would exempt interest-bearing bank annum* from all state taxa-t ion It is the intent of this act to ex- : empt from taxation all interest-bear-I mg bank annulus in any bank banking Institution savings institution an*! trust company for any purpose' and by anv government unit whatever * read - a clause of the Coyne NEW naval chief SENATE READY TO FORMER (HESTER VOTE ON McClure banker IS FREE BEER BILL TODAY ON $10,000 BAIL Made Special Order of VV. Nelson Truax Arrested Busine** at LTO p. rn., on \\ arrant C harging After Conference    E    mbezzlement Outlaws Bars and Pre- Stock Juggling Basis for scribes Graduated Ll- Arrest; $25,000 I ais se* cense Lees in State HARRISBURG April 26 INS* Hie S< hwartz Sunday st-'its bill signed bv Gov Gifford Pine ho* provides for the following l ocal referenda in November on the question of legalizing baseball and : 'Of ball tie tween 2 and 6 p rn on Sundays Issuance of Ii* * rises in municipalities in which the sports alf legalized Th,*- license fees .shah not exceed $50 for Philadelphia md Pittsburgh. $2 > for all other cities; *3 for boroughs and $1 for townships I icenses are not required for games to which no admission is charged Viola'rn* of the law- may b< fined HO or imprisoned five days in cie-fault of p.tv mem, Referenda msv be held not more then once every three vear* on the petition of at least 5 pet cent of the highest number of votes east for any municipal office at the preceding general or municipal election HARRISBURG April 26 The 8fTt- < overed by Bond W. Nelson Truax, tor mer banker of reed to an finally on this city, who was arrested yesterday afternoon on charge* of embezzlement, fraudulent conversion and making false entries, was free today under $10,000 bail set by Magistrate A C, VV, Mathura, at Media, before whorn tie was formally arraigned for a further hearing tomorrow after* John J McClure’* beer confit!* afternoon at 4 IO, ti * i' trarhcd after a half* rev ess cent ft*i tnt*es and spir- «te on the floor. ie Hem \ I Hinder, I.Thigh ret \ ii basis for issuing current v, 4 Reduce the gold content of the dollar ’’not to exceed .">0 pet rent." j fit her to protect the United States against depreciated foreign run encl#.- ( ontinued on Face Sex en NEW BONUS M ARCH ALARMS CAPITAL Veterans’ Friends To Ask R o « s p v p 11 to Halt Spreading Movement pike, Eh us moulins • hut rmdh shotgun, ran held Frank •nth Street, A drive against st rafflers and sus- picious persons found on the street* during the early morning hours was service, inc started today, four being arrested bv Patrolmen Starr Winfree and Hardman in the Fifth ward. Those arrested cave their names a. I d w a rd Gallagher 32. of the 790 Work East Fourth street; Frank Wil-loner, 24 Potter street near Seventh street; J ke Kustlf Maddox st sect, I eiperviile, and (’harlem Polosky, pl Of the 700 block Fast Fourth tee* All are briny held for questioning The sudden spurt of activity follows an edict by Ma cor William Ward Jr., and Chief of Police John Vance that unless patrolmen obey the order to pick tip suspects and stragglers, the order ‘being issued two weeks ago. they will have a lot of explaining to do and “someone mm losi a )ob A fortnight ago the edict was Issued Since then one straggler was arrested Che f \ mer and Superin-t-ndrnt Deavrnpoit ;nqu.: d of officers why there were no more arrest*. as wanderers ran be seen a? all hours of the night and morning, and robberies continue A pilvate check on the movement of patrolmen Is planned by official*, who will make nightly tours of the city. WASHINGTON, April 26 Copyright, 1933, by International News Alarmed a' elaborate preparations being carried on quietly i . cd a    ba int 11    <■ til e< d and ti abbing to the building wbt.< Hibtx Ha 20, of F Washington, 1>. CU who had bi<wn into the building, a prisoner until tile arrival of a policeman Hibbrff- who Media police sat has given several alia-ses since Ins arrest was riding in an automobile with foul companions to Washington, where he aid he was going to r« turn to school Wht n they reached the garage. Hib-betts, it is raid, alighted and broke nio the build s..' th** act setting off the burglar ahum in Sinnott's bedroom Hibbetts’ companions in 'tie car. at the sight of Hinnoit i uunng towards Hie gats • srh 'he shotgun ti his i -*nd. drove away Bin not t entered the garage when he found Hibiiett.s ransacking the place. While Ik* kept Hibbetts coveted with the gun, he telephoned the Media police station and Patrolman David Higgins responded and placed Hibbetu under airest Hr took him to •( n? ha v Min HARRISBURG Pa , April 26 • UP Pennsylvania’* ancient Sunday blue law* today crumbled before popular demand and the Suite mav have Sunday afternoon baseball and football ill Section* where cl v rite for it Governor Gifford Pinrhot * (he Schmaltz Sunday sports bi! night, (hanging for 'lie t rat (he Puritan Sunday law* that hoen (til tin' State statute boc>ks 1794 The new law permits Sunday aft -cr ii non baseball and football in lo- * almes w heir the voters at the elections next fall ballot in favor of the sport* Iii areas where the vote is unfavorable the blue laws w ,n be iii', okcri Pinrhot said he signed the bill after long and rn (tat careful consid nation because he 'a:is convinced that 'he p-'ople can tie trusted to decide the matte! tm Hicm.se I vex He said he was ‘'emphatically <>p-posed to commercialisation of the Sabhxttt." but pointed out that in a ( anilimed on Page --ncn ARRANGE TO ATTEND ANNI \L CONVENTION Oil Thu a1! not Ive • on t rued as ( an Ii Hued nil rage >evr ti WRONG intl IIMCX NT; CASE NO VSI TIKI) Because they took the Wrong Insurance company Into court, two men. Chalk'- B Harjwr and John H Smith were forced to accept a judgment of non suit at the hands of Judge W It orc i Fioncfield, al Media visteidav Hat per, a lumber merchant of Ridley Phik, war. owed «>f i slogan Fatting- fob The 4 it r 4dmii .il 44 dliam Harrison NI anilin (aboiej has been named < hn f of naval operations In sluiced Admiral 14 illiam \ rratl, who n. retinue betaine of age. • SAM STOTT MI ST PAY TRIAL COSTS Former (oitwtabk's Efforts to Escape I’a> mint, Blocked The county commissioners yesterday refused to have any pat t iii UM' temission of the title and rosin jm-posed on Samuel Scott, form et con stat A p ti was pre.1 undo ti* mg that Ft i f • st i < O' i s a of the Kit st w ard. ll, sued was aphotic ington May 12. friends of 'he bonus movement in Congress today disclosed they will appeal to Presider! Roosevelt to halt '.he march. Reports of another bonus expeditionary force were not taken serious iv until members of Congress learned that thousands of mimeographed letters were being sent to .•ii parts of the country. The movement, it was disclosed is as well organized .as was the first "bonus march" at Its inception. Unsuccessful efforts have been made in the past 24 hours bv congressional advocates of the bonus to persuade the organizers to abandon I iv lr pi I n me c mpaign is being carried <m in the Veterans National I inis ,i Committee with iieadquarters in Washington Its leaders are Cd iv J. Williams of the "khaki shirts." and George Brady of the former B E F Reps Kvale • F -Lu, of Minnesota a bonus advocate, and Rep Wright Patman D *. of Texas, author of the cash payment of the bonus bill, bot Ii urged abandonment of (hp plan, The bonus "invitation" calls all veterans to Washington on Mav 12 Th* next day, May 13, ss described ken from a truck at Ninth and Engle as National Conference Day for of fer another bonus march on Wash- the borough police station where he being held for questioning I he youth who WMS we!! cirrzved. told ll the rf1 to ive had broken something to ca mm A representative of the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce will be one of the principal sjieikers at the annual convention of the United States Chamber of Commerce, ai Washington, D C Mav ,5 Tile ,'peskri will be William D Mason general manager of Hie Marcus Hook plant of the Sun Oil Company Mr M Chester budge players will have the committee on city government an opportunity to participate in the during the dawn of thi* year when BRIDGE OLYMPIC VT CHESTER ( EEB 169 by one Ralph I* ton w im also owed Bim ion i i lr kl:'VU - $168 tin I J two men Harjwr .'nit Bins poll*. fin th. money but he parentty unable to p i In Janustv. 1932, Police va burned together with some furniture,    and    tile    insurance    company settled    for    $3™    whirls amount wa* immediately attached by Harper and Smith for settlement of their debt However. Instead of suing the Po I ornae Insurance Company wrote    the    Are    lo-,*, they    took to court tire Genera! Acridone Fur «nd life Insurance Corporation Limited I his com e rn had not w rit ten the r ont I net J Horton Week* att enev for tilt Gt lier*I Accident company, aute cm* fully argued th,*' ho company was n, who was chairman of no! responsible    for either    the or ' he money owed Unifier this cliv, i requesting such action ‘ii in tii* ciumnii krneta insolvency at t ." i ontend* <i:t vv.is unable to (lay r wes    i,in • of $200    and ii of    about $321 He    was convicted of conspiracy and im.behav im in office in Januatv. 1931, was granted a n* w trial and again convicted Judge Mac Du de sentenced him to j* minimum of two years and a maximum of three years The commissioner* told Baniuel T. Smedley. (tiatnmm of the (’minty Park Commission, that arrangements Win- being made to laze the old    schoolhouse    at the comer    of nurd    and    Olive    stied* in the    ten of tile emir I house at Media 'lins building stands on the Hart bounded bv Olive stiff t .Second street Nm (ii HK que and Third street, acquited bv the county a couple of year* ago for a park. Mr Hilled ley mfoimed the commissioners they would like to pin ned de Bena Democrat w thdicw    iii attenipt to    noon. Bail was furnished    by    E,    C. recommit the bill    when his move    met    . Burton, of this    city, vvc si stiff ojijyoMt ion Snyder charged jq^ un rat of Truax was made venus e .senate tradeta were rushing the terday afternoon by County Detective icgi Ilion and eiitn t/cd them for j Kaplan, who served a warrant taking hasty action <>n so important Sw,»m out bv William J MrCuen. ex- *    ,    ..    ammer for the    State    Department    of che bill does    not    appear In    the    Banking. form discussed rn the f aw and Or- i Truax.' who Is 32 and lives with his dei Committee «t it* last meeting,“ family at 34 East Twenty-third street, .•'.tid the i elilgh Bena tm    this city, is charged with mantpulat- H( ti a tor John J McClure, lieu-ling stock transactions while in the employ of the Che*ter-Cam bridge Bunk and Trust Company, Until about two months ago, Truax was .secretary and assistant treasurer of Ute bank. Assistant District Attorney William R Toal said today that the losses .Senate lenders believed thev have caused by the former banker's alleged udu t. iii votes to pass the measure manipulations will not exceed $23 OOO. md -ut it to the House, Only by Mr, Loa! emphasized that no part nf bn ing ail manner of precedents the loss will be suffered bv the bank, • i’d the Home puss i' finally thus .'X ii is fully covered bv H bond No v»<- Meanwhile the House was ap- .one ri*e is Implicated in anv way parentiy pi-pared to act finally on with the charges against Truax, Mr. th' administration bill whit ii faxes Toal added. the (jeer.    It    is alleged that Truax would pur* Principal features of Senator Mc* eha.se stock, in the name of the hank Chirr s Hill ar- tlie*.*.**    and also under assumed names If a Bam are outlawed Beer cannot be profit was made, Truax would pocket sold ti. minora mental detectives, nor it In many of the transaction*, lf is to anyone nu .Sundays. Hale may be alleged, there was a loss, which was absolutely restricted in municipalities ; charged to the bank. In some, ha wheI»• a prohibition referendum Is took the loss himself, it is alleged. It ware county Hie sponsor, countered w it ii the charge that Snyder was attempting to delay the control legislation Sin der denied this. but later withdrew tm notion and McClure •ic! ceded tit having the bill matked a special rn dei of business. f'ontinued on Page seven C ontinued on Page Seven VO! ITH ACCUSES THIEVES OPERATE LATHER OE THEFT IN SWARTHMORE Retracts Original Sinn H Homes Entered Yestcr-That Companion Aided day; Only Small Amount in Kohlting Rectory of I Amt Obtained Chai Ie* Lewehuek* 40, of Green! Thieve* descended on Swarthmore street n< it M< Butin street, arrested vr4t6rriay and committed a series of Monday on suspicion of robbery, was eight robberies, In each rase th* which    ,*1'’    improvement    of    the    vesteidav named by his son, Tony, IO. method of entry was the same, that 'met durtni the aimmet < in- of Hie (JS p,,.on Hh0 mbbed Hie rectory bf raLsmg a Mde window on thai suggested ifnprnvem< ut* is to move the et j i h of North avenue about ten feet to the chm. providing splice III I tie hiEtiw;»v for pa I king » Hr*. Derision was made to advertise for bids (or 37 do< krt aud index books for tile Pl OIhooof at \ s office and also on of Bt    Michaels Church eaily in    Feb-    Arm floor through which the torus iv,    tinders    climbed    after    removing    their The    boy    and    a companion,    Paul    shoes in order to avert detection Bell, IS, of    Green    street near Caldwell    Prom th® ta®**® reported by th* victims the chief search was for money and wearing apparel The Mice', wile arrested Monday aller- by the I bf* m til h# THIEF DROPS FOWL; MAKES GETAWAY A man detected stealing two tur- streets, last night, dropped the birds when chafed bv two residents of the locality and made his escape. Andrew Johnson. 3030 West Ninth street, and Frank Ewing, Ninth and Engle streets, were walking home when the thief dropped from the truck with two turkeys. They chased the man but he .soon outdistanced them. The turkeys are now in the care of Johnson, who hopes the ’ruck nani/at ion. On May 15 the organizer-propose to have a parade with disabled veterans leading it TRAINING PERIODS MARK WEEKLY DRILL International Bridge Olympic, con* ducted by Eh Culbertson and other acrid fantom players, next Monday night Throughout the United States and Europe groups will plav flu same hand es laid oui by the bridge mr.'I rs and t locally, the . I th civ < bi nd t w ’ • bai -ny w ill be t he is nrfl< i v . d«* pro-('eds will p. til voted to tin Chester Hospital May Market Players mav make up their own table'- or enter in pair* The committee in charge, which meeting will register the entrants, is composed of Mrs Harrv M Armit agr Fra na Hatton and Mr William A Faison It is emphasized that per -sons who believe their game to be weak have as good opportunity to secure a high score a1- those classified ar expert* If is hoped that some of the high honor accruing to a medal winner will come to Chester. investigation* were made into the conducting of city affair,* will sjjea* on “Taxation and the Reduction of Stafe, County and Focal Expenditures” He is a e lose student of local government and considered somewhat "f an authority on the sn inert Mr. Macon will lie accompanied to re nation.1 capital by William Craemer, secretary-trcasurer of the Sun Shipbuilding and Du (lock Com-pan.v. who iv n State Chamber of Commerce delegate to the national Smith J IF Haven I .edward represented the plaintiffs Al TO HITS TREK; (MCI I* WTS HERT Three men woe injured early this morning when a mali roadster In which they were riding ( * refried into a tree at Providence a emie and Chestnut street* Him a jfjt fjcwnt tire buist causing the driver to l(>v control of the veiio Ie James Burns, 39 17 Au vt Engle toad. Oakmont st-.famed Un ta',.,it* of the head. Bernard Hannan, 32. 33 Ralston avenue, Oakmont fracture w,    hw h supply of tv p. wi lung    and    noon arid    when questioned about    homes entered and loot    taken were :    ,    atenogiapiin jrnpei    neighboihood robberin the Lewchuck    a* follow*: L. A. Verkes    326 Cornell * No anion war taken bv the cum- '*’>■ *dmlited the theft of $600 from avenue, small amount, of change. on loner on the    resignation    of    f>"' ‘ hun it    i-' toiy, and Implicated    Dr. AVB Orr 910 Mf Holyoke Robert K Hulme tax    cniieeior of    the    young Bell,    stating he was the one;    ii4,ht OVPrro^f Hn(j    75 fPnt9 m PIKE Kl WA MS (Ll B WILL (’ELE BR A TE ChesKi luke Kiwams Club will observe Its fifth annivnsaiy with a banque* and entei tainment tonight in Masonic Temple. Prosper! Park. j being given treatin' nl borough of Upland, until settlement has Im en made for 1932 'axe,* Mr Cont In teed on I* ate satan I VN WEBB V VELFE SEED EOR sloo.ooo ETW YORK Apili 26 UNH« A sui? for $100 OOO, alleging alli-nation of affections, wax filed aga inst Fay Webb Valier today ^>v attorneys for Kathleen Smythe who charges the wife Of Rudy Valier Mole the love of Who broke a Window and entered (chang#! Dr. Karl Benning. 410 Park vt icrdity the bov chang'd hi . tory avenue. * professor at Swarthmore md .Hi the -.e ndow wa* b.oken bv’ Oo!l#gf, 13.25; Frank Gray, 403 Mich. us father H» said the aff, learn, d Lgan av.nu.*, $i in change Peter Ff. iron, „ r taia« rd. r in his dome tHat ! , o|fl :m park a,((1    ^    ^ a Lug- coll"!,on rn the put chase of haf;A, onf belonging to Mr* Turner, aken up rn Bt. Mi- jold'a mother-m-!aw; another to tie oil had b**en t ha.. s < hun ii, and Ii .MU],I Mill Iv „ r. I,r',„v onjthr ,h„d    to    Mn>    Toid h"',;:;.." it..',;;;:u..:::juu:u::    •»■««»«    ta    Mr,    t,*    ion. $5 and a pair of eve glasses. presuming “*r I Mr*. Turner * daughter. Barbara and Told. I * '*• iwi'WMWi ui jviiB turner con- ««mnt 'n- boy ll’,., hw .Ulrmonl 2TndTD,.?r‘,o^m'rt.|h^*U'M'r would probabl •«lid his fat ii. • to jail    fh_    J    ,    n    .    ..    . for a lf g time, but loin wouldn’t ,.    Hu*?*' 250 t bange his story and sign-d a eon- Hamford arenu#‘ a fmaU •mount of tile jaw. and    ' Miller, 240 gj»! y l>e»,n, who she aa va, Is her com Hastings street. Mouth Ardmore, con-J mm, ja.* huUianri fusions of the head Ai! rn. taken to tile Chester H»**pi'a, Hannan being admitted for oi^'i va Mon after Hhe and Iyeon. Kathleen says, lived fe-slon In effect that It was his fattier who stole 'he money, Tlie parent still denies that he took the mon. y, but he is being held for questioning and a fin flier hearing Cnntinued on Page Seven BAN IS PLACED ON CHRONIC DRI NKS Two hundred and fifty person, are . x peeled in attend tin' affair jf was first planned to hold the celebration in Olrn-Nor High school but tis- ./■ of 'he aff,tit '-used a The youths kpenl the evening In this fity anfi wire ret ruing to th»ur homes rn the automobile which was bong drivt n bv John 6 L ukin 39 Rankin aven i» Ujij»-r I botry Til* RABBI ROLLED IN REG ESCAPES GERMANY Habitual defendant1 in police court non to the ditmt will b* faced wuh their record in the future to an effort to banish chronic change to Masonic Temple In add)- injured were found in a dazed <on- there will An interesting drill period featured drunk, anfj D.nhandlers who he ret n-he weekly training of Com pan*- C rJ.J ,Ll ll.1*1'I J. J \ ~ ° be* a stage piav orchestra musie and daiHitiC Members, th-ir -.«ives and sweethearts will attend 1111 h Infantry held last evenin ': in fore, took their arrest as a joke. know mg that they wou’d either be dis-Chargrd rn given a short Jail'sen-tencf. The flr-t. to appear limier the new ruling was Thomas Lmskv. 34, homeless, who fared Magistrate Honan oda1. on a charge of panhandling A record of hrs arrests snowed he harksW"Buddy" M'/er. "washington Lleulenant Henry I Peterson Both    "na-^    ‘g vri'r ^eft ‘cond baseman. Earl Whitehill. officers were assized bv Ins* rue tor r},, I    ,    1    "is.    tor* of the time for drunkenness and pan staff of the non-commissioned officers driver may learn of their wher-abouts thP rhe,tes- ‘ Armory, Eighth and and regain possession of them.    ’* THREE SUSPENDED IN BASEBALL ROW CHICAGO, April 26 GJP). C second baseman. Earl Whitehill, Washington pitcher, and Ben Chap- Sergeant James J Devinney and a Sproul streets The training periods were divided toto three sections, with instruction in cleaning and nomenclature of the rifle under First Lieutenant Noir T Phelps, and riffle marksmanship and sighting and aiming under Second DOL! Mt (. 4IN6 'It MGM 4 LONDON Apili 26 'UP' The do!- rid mn by William 'I vroll 2000 South Redfield (Stre.t Philadelphia. who rook them to (he hospital Hie small < ar was partially wrecked SI. A l LD I OK PUM WASHING ION Apii. 26 If | tai gamed sharply against the pound Th*' Whde House *odav was expec’fd to trading toda", opening a? $3 83 *? and Cle Inc to $3 RO. compared to yesterday * rio-e of $3.65'j. man. New York outfielder, were ln-rieflnitely suspended »odav bv Presi-' of the company, who have be»-n grad- uai"d from the regular school of rifle instruction of the National Guard 'Hie drill WILS begun w.th a brief period of physical training pet formed in a snappy manner bv the entire company Clos- order drill direct "d by the company commander , Captain Peter S. Kochan, completed the drill period. dent William Harridgc of the American League, for fist fights yesterday during the Yankee-Senator game at Washington. HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (Bt (niter! Pres*) AT HAVRE DF. GRACE OCCASIONAL RAIN FORECAST EOR AREA I—In ( loser. ?—Mar Porter. Hon Guzman, 3—Donna Linda, Tit Town. "kirt. Lier Fair Ima Quern, Ju*e Remember, Hark Mixt, Ladv Glasgow. I—Thoughtless, slapdash. King* Minstrel. Rou-tahout. Mimulaw. Sun Abbot. Ra< e Mreet. 5— None i. 6—i None . 7—Afro American. lair Judge. Oregon Fir, Pnliten. Garlic, Astrakhan. Weather, < lear; track, fast. handling Magistrate Honan sentenced him to serve 60 days in the county prison with a warning -ha? his m s appearance will automatically mean 90 da vs. ILLINOIS VOTES FOR AMENDMENT REPEAL SPRING FI KLD, 111 . April 26 • INS' The Illinois State Senate today voted /avo: ably rn hold a state romenuon to ratify rep-al of the 18th Amendment The vote was 40 aye to 5 nay. Nominations of candidate* shall be INFLATION PLAN Instructor at Sw arthmore College*, Claims It Will Not Produce Prosperity in transmit to me 8-na I* the name of Nellie Ta woe Ro of Wyoming as director of Tie mint ll. DARBY PUPILS OLLER PROTEST very happily together until h <v came Borh bow are now in the House of along and worked her (Ilium* on ! D»*o ut ion, Gary who finally left Kathleen fm Rudv’a wife This devotion, she {joints out, coincided with the .separation of Hie cloner and Fay, who went to Han'n Monica to 'ake refuge with her father, polio4 chief of the city I he climax to her troubles ( attle on Ma," ii 31, Kathleen says in bet complaint, when Gary a dancer, was playing in a Bronx Theatre, Fay W-bb was with him that evening and the next day Rudy phoned to Webb. senior, and suggested that he , rome Fast and take his daughter home Topicsof I imes We haven’t heard anv confidential iejx>rt* about how Premier MacDonald and K D. R ate getting along, but with Mr. Herriot we presume ho can be depended on to be quite franc. W IEE OF PATIENT DIES SUDDENLY Notified that her husband wa.* ally got him aboard    a    tram for Pi ague Rabbi Fraenkel, who    la    70    years near death    in    thr    Philadelphia    Gen-1 old. formerly was active    in New    York era;    Hospital    last    night    Mr-    Lee    religious circle* Turk, who lived With her daughter. Mi * P J, Burk. 505 N« a tiler wood BRAZIL’S PRESIDENT road, Beverly Hilt.*. Upper Darby Pl 5(>Ut fJz< i hoslovakia April 26    of the human body is How tie out wit ted Nazis in Berlin    7®^'**y* *    m«hctoal rfpnrt    AJfrP ai,<i r i ip' d from Germany bv roil- '    .rilr,nrr b'het nigh', Chard# it.in f in a rug wa* told    today    Boyle    contradicted tbig tatemefft h Rabbi JAM* F aenkel on his ar-    Bnt    ,,rn ,f ,t J# m^,|y ,gVr    on# .    of the«*' davx we expert some smart Rat, ii bi" uke] caid . ./I    s m m    fPjj0W    *0 rome along, have It mcor- (Kxips had invaded his Berlin    home    porated and sell stock. md if ad lobbed him of 2000 marks six t $520. after beating him I Magistral* Mike H-man spoke about He feared thereafter to leave his    a womans we-h »' a fi nn*r th*    olh-r house he added, but Anally rolled    nigh*    Mike    always picks a    clean hun elf in a raipc* and had friends 1 subject. cart him across town. They event ti- > W ill loin Residents in    ,    „ dropped dead as siie reurhed he! Eiifht AjfBinst Rednrtiun b.nos b*d *: Bulk was taken lo th*- hospital IS BADLY INJURED u* No matter what they gay about thu daylight saving, there are many fellows who will still refuse to abandon their midnight hours, Til* popular coljjjr for men this sea-•son will be green long green has alway* been a popular one with all of in School Expenses A warning 'hat pre en? plans for in-flation have dynamite" in them and will no? produce permanent pros-$ peri tv wa.4 sounded las* night    bv Her!*.” F Frazer prof? . or    of    duet ion in vi.oe.l expense Wien residents of Upper Darby assemble en masse in 'lie senior high school this e-.en.i.g 'n discuss a re- ’ hey will bv petition, wh.f h hall specify name Club, a? Media and address of the candidate, and hr* h" is e,thri Ut ra? if mat mn” or aga,nu. ratification, or for "no pref-r;r nee expressed' The 50 candi- AT TANFORAN 1— Nonet. 2— None I, 3—f None I— None . 5— None 6— None . 7—Faerhina. Head' Ip. 8— None 44eather, rlear, track, fast Occasional rain is probable with cooler temperatures in Fastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland. Fair weather is expected tomorrow The highest temperature here yesterday was 70 degrees at 5 p. m . and the lowest was 54, at 3 a. rn. The average of 62 was six degrees above normal for the date and eight degrees above the average April 25 last year. Maximum temperature for the date is 91, established in 1915, and mini- Workers were on strike in three shirt mum 33. in 1888    factories today as a result of the grn* Sunrise today was at 5.07 a rn . and cral walkout called by the amalg*-sunset will be a’ 6.50 p. rn, Fa-’em mated clothing workers of America in pro’e.n to sweatshop conditions economics of Swarthmore College :n a forceful address before ’he Media find a great number of the pupils present to combat 'hem purpose A pc’.'mn signed by more than 75 Professor Frazer • poke before nearly per cent of ?ne boys and girls attend- ast* ( \olr 4ha ; be declared eS'ued as delegate* to the convention. SHIRT WORKERS STRIKI- ALLENTOWN Pa April 26 INS. 169 nun and women, att' nding ’h* annual meeting of 'he Media Buunus Mens Anociation, at which mem- SENATE 'curing the highest number irr of tim Media Professional a-id Standard time I S. TRF ASUR V BALANT E WASHINGTON. April 26 UP Th- Treasury net baline- for April 44 \M ( APONE I RI ED NEW OPT EANS Ap; ii 26 UP ng the public schools in the township. combined with an expression of confidence addressed to 'he school board asks retention of William C Sampson, as superintendent of school* and maintenance of transportation, club activities and an ade-uig off the gold standard, in the I quale teaching staff and defends    securities    regulation bill opinion of Professor Frazer who said.    Miss Alice Knox s management of the We have enough gold    In    the    United > school cafeteria States to support a price    level twice    Students said    the f>eUtion    would wha* we now have."    Great    Britain    be read by Howard lorrainc    debat ing team captain, a’ the mass-meeting Robert Davis,    senior class    tress- the conditions that we did last week "    irer rn the high school, claimed full    Green    of    American Federation he declared.    responsibility for the    of the    I-a bor    on    five-day week    bill Mote men are paying attention to several weeks ago after suffering a '    DE JANEIRO, April 26 - gardens this year than they have for < f i ok r- of' a pop ii xv ib m* h wife {( President, G-fullo Varga* wax more than a decade, a writer points carried    from    the* room    bv (Crtor?    and    critically injured in an automobile    out. We presume he means beer nurses    and    was    told    filar    it    was    accident last    night, a government    gardens, univ a nervous collapse At an communique revealed today. His sunrr,nti.nH^r"nf Pre, early hour this morning he wa* still "ifs was seriously hurt.    noK IS Sir cent Jf cr ml "•    -    Both    of Vargas* legs were broken 1    *®vs. Pfr rrnr    cr,ma when a heavy    boulder fell down an    committed in this country is by men embankment,    -unashing the auto-    t*ian 25, Now what becomes of mobile in which Vargas and hi* family dangerous age of in were riding    Mrs Varga* leg was    constable Ed. Farmer, of th# Der. ‘ “    <!    '    •    enth ward, hasn • mad# an arrest in ,f!„ • m s k ,fl ,. ,    ...    many moons Mar,.- of hi.- friends I government bu.Ie*in said Vargas would recover. • aihng for her. Congress Today (Bt t viTin runs> agre# tha* what he needs is a-rest Busine,'* Women4 Club and the Rotary Club of Media were guc-u* There was no need for America go- wa forced to leave the gold standard, but "no o’her nation in history ever abandoned the gold t’andard under Continue* deflation debate Foreign Relations Committee dir-eu.-.-e,- arms embargo resolution. Banking Committee considers HOI SI Votes on St. Lawrence Waterway Power Rights Resolution; considers home mortgage relief bill, Labor Committee hears President of DEAD IN TEXAS HAIL STORM WAKE The Weather There has been entirely too    much    petition, deriving    that it had been Commerce Sub-Committee    meets Attorn'’    for    Alphorn* Capone    .rn,-    op imfsm rn the newspapers in    recent    suggested bv a:.-,    tm ;.’v member,    on securities regulation bill. 24    wa-    $3h5.611.US,42    Expenditures    pritcnej    Chicago gammer, argued    o'-    oa-.* ra d th* speaker for in    infla-    and "id the' the    ofter was drawn Military Affairs Committee    con- that    da v *>r    c    *16.125    643 58    Cue    oms    ,orr the    U S    C.."u- cot;: • of    Ap-    t.on ae a ,e playing ”i’h fir4    Bena-    ip by himself and    his brother Henry    aiders national defense program receipt, for he month through April pea.4 ?oda- seeking to free their 14 were $13,568,076.59.    ellen?    from Atlanta Fedora; Prison. DALI AS, fl ex,, April 26 - • INS) — Three peraotus were dead today in the wake of a hail atorm that destroyed property estimated at $1,000,000 here yesterday. Police found the bodies of Miss Sybil Compton, 30; Mrs. Clara Cam-bndge, 20, arid Miss Alice Berry, 45, in flood waters and debris left in the wake of the storm. In addition, three other4 were reported missing In Fast Dallas and heavy loss of life may be WASHINGTON, April 26— 44 father fore« ast—Eastern Pennsylvania. Fair tonight and Thursday; cooler in east and south portion tonight with light to heavy frost. 44 extern Pennsylvania:    Generally fair and continued cool tonight and Thursday; heavy frost tonight. TODAY’S TEMPERATURES ( ontinued on Page Sex en at* of the achoo* Davis, rf 130 Cop>y road, a gradu- Po*"flu* Committee resumes air recorded among the squatter.4 who 1 mail hearings.    ‘    live    in    the    Trinity    River bottoms. 6    a. 7    a. 8    a. 9    a IO a. m.......50    ll    a.    rn. 55 rn. rn. rn. rn. 56 Noon ....... 56 5.4 I p.    m....... 46 52 2 p.    rn.......56 54 DAILY AVERAGE NKT PAID CHK ELATION FOR I 44 I LA r. LIVI .IS, ENDING DEC UMBER It IHS 20,328 FINAL EDmOlT ★ ★ ★ ★ With All Latest and Best News of the Day — —   * ■ — PRICE, TWO CENTSn7TH YEAR NO 17 577    D*:iv    w    •    ’*    r    T    r<^    ir    CHESTER,    PA,,    WEDNESDAY.    AP    RI    I.    *6,    IO’>3 Olio I non    i(,>^(».    and    International    Ne*.    ,-fr\ne INS I ;

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Publication: Chester Times

Location: Chester, Pennsylvania

Issue Date: April 26, 1933

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