Chester Times, May 17, 1933

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May 17, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - May 17, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE KINT.IS. FN DIM, DECEMBER 31. 1932 20,328 FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ★ With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH TKA R—NO. 17.505. Da.lv Leaded Wire Report* of United Pre** (UP) and International New* Service < INS» CHESTER. PA., WEDNESDAY. MAY IT. 1053 PRICE. TWO CENTS ROOSEVELT MOVE killed in crash TURNER HITS BACK TO END WARS IS PRAISED ABROAD Foreign Capitals React Favorably to Momentous White House Message Tokio Seems Only Stumbling Block to Acceptance of His Armament Scheme Praises F. D. R. For Using the Press NBW YORK M IT (UP)— Karl A Bickrl, president of the United Press, telegraphed to President Roosevelt last night the appreciation of newspaper members of the United Press for his action in choosing the press for the world-wide distribution of his peace message. Tile telegram read: "I want to express the hearty appreciation of the 1,300 member newspapers of the United Press of your signal expression of confidence in the press when you determined to rely solely upon the newspapers to rarry your peace message of today to the millions of new's consumers around the world It was a demonstration of faith In the newspapers and the press Associations that will not soon be forgotten '* DK HIBBEN WASHINGTON. May 17—(UP*— On Japan, Washington believed today. rests the success or failure of President Roosevelt's precedent-smashing world appeal for disarmament and an end to aggressive warfare Prime Interest was centered on Chancellor Adolf Hitler'* speech to the Reichstag, for there was little doubt that President Roosevelt timed his appeal in hopes of staving of! a Aery declaration bv the Orrman Chan DR. JOHN HIBBEN KILLED IN CRASH Retired President of Princeton, Dies on Way to Hospital; Wife Hurt AT PINCHOT TALK; TER AIS RAP ‘A LIE’ Representative and (Jenera! Martin Caustic (her Criticisms laical Solon Says Executive “Does Not Know What Is in Rill” HARRISBURG. May 17 UP-| Republican State^ organization lead- j prs slapped back at Governor Pin- j chol today in their verbal battles j over responsibility for "sweat shop" conditions Mi Pennsylvania The governor in his weekly radio I talk intimated General Edward Mar- | tm. Republican State chairman, was friendly to sweat shop condition* because of his affiliation with the Mel- ! Ion interest*. Previously Pinchot i called the Turner administration J code bill now on hts desk, a "sweat shop" bill because it restnced State inspections of industrial establish- j menta Thasr remarks brought the .sharpest retorts the organization leaders have directed against their tmplac- ' able enemy, the bellicose Pinchot "I feel flattered that the governor I devotes all of his time to attacking mc," Martin, formerly State treas- J urer. said "If the governor was fair in his i comment* on my speeches he would note the fact that I denounced the migratory manufacturers who establish the sweat, shops he says exist in Pennsylvania "Just how they have g*\>wn up in the last two years during which he has been governor end ha* had a J well-manned and well-fiminced De- j HITLER ACCEPTS ROOSEVELT S PLEA WOODBRIDGE, N J , May 17 Dr John Grier Hibben. 72, who retired last year as president of Princeton University, was killed late yesterday afternoon when the sedan lie was payment of Labor and Industry driving was struck by a beer truck mystery to me" near here    Rep.    Turner's comeback    wa* Mrs Hibben, who was riding with    equally caustic and developed    the her husband, was seriously injured    theme    that    the    sweatshops    ap- and was taken to Rahway General    parentis    had developed during    the Ho pita I. Peter Seivila. of New Bruni-j    pinrhot    administration and    that HITLER READY TO DISARM GERMANY, HE TELLS WORLD Nazi Chancellor, in Forceful Speech in Reich• stag, Accepts Roosevelt's Proposals and Agrees to Proceed Along Lines Suggested by Prime Minister of England—Insists Na• tion Has Right to Security Ascribes World's Woes to Treaty of Versailles, Lashes Demands of France, Calls Upon Ab lies to Fulfill their Pledges Under Paris Pact Will Never Ratify Any Agreement Eternalizing Her Defamation HERI,IN, May 17 —(INS)—Chancellor Adolf Hitler this afternoon, announced Germany** acceptance of President Roosevelt'* disarmament proposal* in a speech to the Reichstag, marked by its conciliatory tone. IR* abreed to proceed toward disarmament aion# the lines suprgested at Genova by Prime Minister MacDonald of Great Rritain, whose disarmament proposals were recommended to the world yesterday by the American President. While demanding complete equality for Germany with the other nations of Europe. Chancellor Hitler insisted this need not be achieved bv increasing her armaments. She is ready to dissolve her entire army and destroy ber ann .’ he said, “if the other nations will do likewise.** Maimed war veterans from all hot thr world parading, al lonfi* for world peal e and disarmament cHlor that might hive endangered , wtrk dnvKer    tru/*'    “"S'*    other    adminstration*    Md    controlled in his cab He was taken to a New    h»llvh«n*    and    uifh- the peace of Europe. The pacific tone of the speech pleased Washington. But only slightly less interest was given to Japan. Ambassador Kat-sujl Debuchl conferred last night Brunswick hospital, where his condition was said to be "fair." The accident occurred about 4 30 p. rn. at a spot just before New York traffic rntcrs the ’cloverleaf" mterser- witli Undersecretary of State Phillips tJon on    Bruns    wick-Rah way but said he had not been ad vised road Eye-witnesses e them "without ballyhoo * and "with out benefit of movies ” Turner said Pinchot s statement that the Turner bill eliminated the Continued on Last Page ac- whether his government would ccpt the Roosevelt proposals In informed quarters it wa* said that Japan might And it difficult to accept without a reservation legalizing the statu* of it* troops in Manchuria and China. There I* senou. doubt that such a reservation would be accepted by the United States. Such reactions from abroad to the Roosevelt Peace Plan as had reached Continued on Page Eleven SAY BOYS DESTROY FLOWER GARDENS Boys In the Sun Hill section of the city have been playing havoc with the elaborate shrubbery, flower garden and flower box arrangements of the residents, and the police have received numerous complaints, which have caused the patrolmen in th" locality to keep special watch for those who are wilfully destroying flowers and shrubs. Residents have complained that a group cl boys, about 15 years of age. have gone about the section at night and have plucked blooms from plants and bushes and in a number of cases have even uprooted plants. Those who live in the Sun Hill section have always taken a special pride rn the appearance of their yards and many have gone to considerable time and expense in planning and earning out the decoration of the grounds about their homes, which have been subject to the attacks of the vandals SPEAKER TALBOT WILL PARTICIPATE Grover C Talbot, of Norwood, speaker of the House of Representatives Harrisburg, is among the speakers who will address the first meeting of the Pennsylvania Retailers' Association, which will be held at Lancaster on Thursday of next week. The organization nas planned to celebrate tile victory in a battle .to prevent re-enactment ot the one per cent retail sales tax A feature of the convention will bo a banquet, with Lew Hahn, president of the National Retail Dry Oooii.s xpresscd the opinion STOCKS DOOM AC AIN that Dr Hibbf n might hav been    nieiVP CIV Pill YT< ie just before Hie    KISH Iv lf MA I 'MA I ^ crash or that he suddenly put on his:    —-- brakes with great force.    NEW    YORK,    May    17—«1N8» - Se- They said his automobile swerved .    ,    _    , from the New York bound lane slid curlf>’ *nd commodity markets across the road into the path of west- boomed again today a* Chancellor bound truffle and was struck in the Hitlers conciliatory speech combined b^V‘Ua£ tri,cK; w „ (with bullish domestic factors to bring Frank Cereghino, of New Brim*-    , wick, owner of the truck, wag fol- a    buying    stampede. lowing it in a passenger car. He and other witness*** said there was a clear road ahead of the Hibben car and no traffic around to force it out of the eastbound lane. Stock* spurted to I or more than 6 points with many issue* going to new highs led bv Allied Chemical, American Telephone and the rail* Cotton soared ll a bale to lead a The driver's cab of the truck was broad upswing In commodities. Bonds Chancellor Adolf Hitler'* speech be- I fore the specially convened Reichstag J today was a protest against the fail- &\ ure of other nations to disarm. It is n his belief that the World Economic 1 Conference to be held in London, in June, can be successful only if the iii (’DIRT OPINION I FAVORS BARBERS Directs That City Rrim-hurse Those Who Paid Extra Fee A victory for Cheerer barber* was Lori forei; Gerr disai ait im nament confcren IJy achieves result; interpreted as an a Hailsham, British w Joseph Paul-Bown) i minister, who ha my that failure of t lament conference w lion of the military r In strict ions Hit- of Versal an- (dent lh* war j H. Davis t»ur. large to Europe, w lave a break between F he Germany which i ill peace of the I .ow e-f feretie*. n Germany In the Treaty s Hitler also praised Pres-?v* It'g peace tile* Norman Amene .n ambnssador-at* | hoping lo prevent anee, England and ould threaten the n Economic Con niver ascribed all of Germany’* troubles and the woe* of the world I at large to the treaty of Versailles, 1 which he said created ne sr wounds j instead of healing the old one*. He lashed out at the security demands of France and the little en-j tente powers * France. Poland and Czechoslovakia have thousands of fighting planes, tanks and poison gases," hr said. Also present wa* Prince August WUhflm, youngest son of the former Kaiser, who is an enthusiastic Nazi. . form, a* did the solid block of Nazi deputies who occupied scats in th* center of the historic opera house. 'Hie theatre wa,* a vast expanse of brown-shtrted figure*, tense with expectancy There was fine brief salvo of applaud as Hitler entered the opera house at 3 13 p rn Hitler strode to the tribune, took his place before an World's Events at a Glance smashed back Into the body of the vehicle, pinning Bcivilia between tile steering wheel and the body partition Arrhibsld McAllister, of Trenton, passing in his car, placed Dr and hi,! further against foreign currencies. American Telephone directors helped at noon by maintaining the $9 dividend, as expected The stock - had    discounted this with a 3-point Continued <«n lad Page r<sc to a new 1933 nigh and met considerable profit-taking on the news International business machines was an outstanding specialty, soaring more than 6 point*. __    Stocks    opened    with    a    buying    rush A tour of the country bv four very    •™np*d high speed Ilicker. small hitch-hikers, who left their Thjre was a brie: paure wound the homes in Baltimore. Md, yesterday noddle of the find our it Hit afternoon, came to an abrupt stop opened his Reichstag address a ‘ha when a truck they "hopped’ reached denunciation of the V rsaill a aly buoyant and the dollar rallied won when an opinion recent John M Broc y ordinance < > pay a city Iii My was in conf! which govern* t down by Judgi declared the < pf Ming barbers fee of $3 anni with a state lie FOI K RALTIMORE HOYS DETAINED HERE thls fltv    hopped    «v.v.,vU    ^    advance was resumed with The bovs attracted the attention renewed    M    »»    „ of police when the truck on which proved moderate in the later portion* hreav Hr » they were riding stopped for a traf- of his address. The rise ran into tremendous profittaking which prevented a runaway market but the list displayed s buoyant undertone and recession* were small. fir light at Ninth and Welsh street shortly after 9 o’clock last night. Street Sergeant Peterson, who was trailing the truck in a police car. called to the boys and when he teamed they were from Baltimore took them to The House of Detention. where they are being detained pending the arrival of relatives. The children gave their names as Alfred Marsh, 9 of 217 South Wolf street; Albert Smedberg ll, 512 South Castle street; Tony Morris. 12, 217 South Wolf street, and George Lav odor, ll, 251 South Broadway. Baltimore MOTORIST IS HELD ON HIT-RUN CHARGE conducting of tonsorial parlors The opinion was marie public at a meeting of city council and on motion of Councilman William M Bowel it wa* derided that the barbers of the city, who had paid their 1933 license fee. be reimbursed The opinion was hasi d on an appeal from summary convict ion by William Chouch, who under an ordinance passed in Gbruary, 1919. was fined $25 for refuel to pay hi* 1932 represented by A B Geary, of the law finn of Geary and Rankin. Tile opinion read* in jrnrt’ ‘Defendant had eomplied with all A summary of the vita! intern Berlin—Thai.eeftor Ad..lf Hill ir to peace with Reichstag ape*r Vred to join any non-aggn -> o> >oseveil, favored the President** r equalizing armaments he ad* materiel of the Versailles Tm tmany had the right to arm. Ft rmany's warm thanks fur his d# ingtf.n Hitler’s thanks, i s appeal to the world ic of praise fron ared being a*kcd * troops to Marx old capitals can rh! pr na it wa* unfolded t. The deputies sank Into their seata and subsided Into absolute alienee Captain Herman Wilhelm Ooerlng, ape,deer of the Reichstag, stepped forward and opened the sexton in a few crisp words. •German men and women** Ooerlng said, ’ the Reichstag has been < on tinned on Last Page d, but kept t em Ko irnrd talk from ! all over tile world. He i proposed by President >n thai the British plan said that unless other pledges to disarm, It, he said, deserved W •It ir pc were aympfoi hesitant. Sh* not to send ti From all world ruler* recently* Yfsterda Hitler speech f« rence meet* sadf.r-at-l.arg of its dipion neace-st imula part the turning r development wi Tomorrow the I. at Geneva, with >, ready to take th .tie (hiilfiw-boxini mg -rn POLICK TO UNVEIL MEMORIAL SHAFT Elaborate ceremonies are being planned for the unveiling of a memorial shaft to be erected to the memory of the deceased members of the Chester Police Department. The shaft, similar to the one in Chester Rural cemetery, which was erected to the memory of Spanish-Amertcan Wrar Veterans will be ( i.ntinurd on Last Page FAIR AND WARMER, WEATHER FOREC AST Fair weather, with slowly rising temperature, is predicted today in Eastern Pennsylvania. New Jersey, | Delaw air and Maryland It will be mostly cloudy and warmer tomorrow', j probably with showers in the afternoon or at night. Tile highest temperature here yesterday was 67 degrees, at I IS a rn , and the lowest was St, at 8 30 p rn Arrested on suspicion of being a hit-and-run driver. Frank Ketcham. Association as one of the principal 53 0f Fourth street. Upland was re placed in the small plot at the rear The average of 59 wa* four degrees speakers. William H Hager, president. will make the opening address ct the convention AUTOMOBILE VK JIM Patrick M( Elroy, 21 years old. of 6062 Chester avenue, Philadelphia suffered a fractured right leg and contusions of the back yesterday afternoon when he was struck bv an automobile in Yeadon The driver of the car. Miss Josephine Wilson, of Norristown, took McElroy to the Delaware County Hospital, where he was admitted. leased to appear for a hearing in police court Friday at 8 p rn Thp Upland resident was arrested below normal for tile date and 15 degrees below the average May 16 last year. Maximum temperature for the date is 87. established in 1922, and minimum 44 in 1878 Sunrise today was at 5 44 a and sunset will be at 8 11 p of the Old City Hall and the unveiling ceremonies will be conducted at 10 a rn Memorial Davy Tuesday. May 30 Mayor William Ward, Jr Chief of Folice John Vance and several other on a warrant sworn out by police, widely-known speakers will partici- following complaint of Charles Peel. pate in the ceremonies A touch of eastern daylight saving time IGOI Westover road. Wilmington. Del. the military will be lent by a detach-who claims his car was sidewipcd by mcnt of national guardsmen and one operated by Ketcham. at Ninth World War veterans, who will fire three volleys and sound "Taps" at the conclusion of the exercises It is hoped to have a band for the occasion rn m < CML I HIE VEN At I IVC and Butler streets, last Sunday. PIKE KI WANI ANS MEET AT GLENOLDEN HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (Bt United Pres*) A Mothers Day program hav bren arranged for this evenings dinner meeting of the Chester Pike Kl wan is Club to be held in the Boone Avenue School. Glenolden. President Robert W. Walls has announced that the meeting will be what is known as a JOSEPH T. RICHARDS DIES AT CAPE MAY CAPE MAY N J. May 17 -< INS)- Joseph T. Richard*, who rose from rodman to chief engineer of maintenance of the way and retired after Coal thieves, with the aid of childrens express wagons, have, during the past several ria vs bren causing the watchman at a coal yard located at Ninth and Broomall street* considerable annoyance by entering th' yard and carrying off large quantities of the company’s product A close watch is now being kept over the place with the hope that the culprits will be caught SHOPPERS AWAIT ‘CHESTER RAV’ 72 Merchants Co-operating to Make Friday Sales Event Great Success Seventy-two of Chester’s rn or* progressive merchants have completed plans for what promises to be a dramatic festival of value-giving that every thrifty shopper Will long remember. Tile elaborate event, planned better than any previous attempt made by the merchants, will be known as “Chester Day" and will be observed the day after the morrow Friday Every representative business man in the city is going to vie with Jus competitor in giving super-bargain* and service    unexcelled    They    have made all arrangements to have extra salesmen and saleswomen who can courteously cater to the thousands who will come here by motorcar, bus, trolley and by boat. One    of    the    important    features of if ilia'    every    Defiant- -and    you    ran impaling by looking ] ign in store windows. Continued on (.ast Page MI I; e * ticipatin tell who t* pi for the offii ial AT PI MIK O 1— None). 2— Nonet, 3—1 None), i— Nonet, 5—(None). 6—1 None I. 7—Rov al Durbar, Squeeze Party. t— None). Weather, clear; track, muddy. IOO jier cent session, and efforts ^ years service with the Pennsylvania are being made to have every member Raj,roftd dird at his home here today of the club present. The guest speaker    aa will be Mrs Jennie A Griffith    Richard* I ABI RN AC LE SIRAK IS bom near Rising Sun, Md in 1845. wa* the eighth in descent from Dr. Joseph Richard), a A special service is announced for leader in the Society of Friends, who tomorrow evening at Chester Petite- settled near Chester. Pa . in 1682 costal Tabernacle, Ninth street and He was noted for his pioneer work Edgfnont avenue, to welcome the in railroad engineering He aided rn Beer Selling Privilege Rush on in West End apparent relief at President * and economic rn operation it ion*. Japan alone seemed if a non-aggression promise, ir Chmn. * that, the Roosevelt letter to [Hunt fro rn talk of war heard Roosevelt letter. Today‘a the if Nation* Disarmament Conli Davis, American Ambas-rn shaking the conference out a conference jaunted toward WOMAN INJURED IN TRIPLE CRASH All ( ars Racily Damaged in Collision at Third and Gloyd St reeds A women wa* injured and three ‘ automobiles were badly damaged in a triple collision at Third and Lloyd streets, shortly before I p rn today ' Iii*- injured woman Is Mi*. Samuel 1 De Pa ut, 1214 West Third street, who wits treated at the Ch* ter Hospital for contusion* of the neck. Mrs De Pa nj was riding la the f*m- • ily automobile, which was being driven rust on Third street by her husband As he started Hero** the intersection of Lloyd street he noticed a car traveling north on Lloyd at a fast rate and realizing that a collision was inevitable he swerved his car to lessen the force of Hie crash A* DePaul turned lef* onto Lloyd street his ear was rammed bv one driven by Warren E KHehiner, of Neffs, I^'high county, tne impart 1 f outifitjrd on Lad Caff ‘ERROR OF JUDGMENT IN AKRON DISASTER WASHINGTON. May 17 GJP) A Naval Court of Inquiry recorded to- "Does not Germany have more immense Swartika flag and signalled right to demand security lhau her, f°r s,lfnr,‘-highly armed interallied neighbors?" Germany, Chancellor Hitter Aa id. has no aggressive alms. "She is ready to Join in any new non-aggression parts and to partici-pate in a joint movement recognizing the United State* as the guanin- ! tor of peace.*’ lie said "Germany is thinking only of security. She will neve.- ratify an j agreement eternalizing her detains- * I lion." Hitler railed upon the Allies to fu*-l fill their pledges under lite Versailles J Treaty, declaring that Germany had disarmed "beyond reason" and made good her reparation* obligations "to the point of suicide." “Germany." the Chancellor said. "is willing to agree to a five-year j transitory jwt u»d to reform her army In accordance with the Mar-I Donald plan. if she is given equality i when those five years have passed "She is ready to consent to cooperate, as reconst ruction, without I disarmament, is impossible. “Germany's one wish I* for peace and independence " Hitler finished his address at 4 02 p rn <11.02 AM. EDT* with a fervent plea for world ro-operatlon. "May the nations." he said. "And a j way to real understanding on the basis of equal rights." j The Reichstag immediately passed a resolution endorsing Hie Chancel-I lor'* announced foreign policies in J full, and then Joined in singftig I "Deutschland Ueber Aile* * The former German crown prince, in full uniform, his son, Prince Louis , ] Ferdinand, in civilian clothes, and numerous other dignitaries were1 among the prominent spectators who J assembled in the Kroll opera house to the the momentous address. Hitler Would Welcome U. S. as Peace Guarantor With reference to the Roosevelt note. Hitler oald today: "President Roosevelt's proposal, which came to my knowledge last night, obliges the Oerman government to warm gratitude It is willing to join in this method to solve the international crisis because it agrees that no economic recovery ie j* ihie without a solution of the disarmament question" After stressing Germany's willingness to join a non-aggressive pact, he again referred to President Roosevelt, saying: ' Germany would welcome the potability of a consultative pact suggested in the President's proposal. to bring the United States into contact with Eurojiean affairs as the guarantor of peace. This proposal brings great relief to all thow willing to maintain sincere peace," I opicsof Times Highlights of Hitler's Speech Many people in thu> city are proving to be great gambler* Some are riav ray p*Mor’ Clar'‘nrp T Maloney and Mrs preparation of plans for the railroad s ^7,^K,'h%,' hoilsilvjri fun’    Sr Maloney, who are returning from their tunnels under the Hudson River » I    mor    tn- > "hock! The gamble wedding trip This ut Mrs Maloney’s New York and directed replacement “    .    ’ho*    ted ?;    her homf **in8 rJ brtdfe* 8ftfr th* Johrwlo*n- Ha the family Jewelry AT CIU R( HILL DOWNS at Springdale. Wis D AKRA’ GIRL INJURED 1—Fpin. 2— None! 3—Bring Back, Thistle Tom, Lady Chaplet, Bubbling O. I—< oast Patrol. 5—Her Hero, leaflet, 6— None.! 7— None.) 8— None.) AA rather, clear; track fast. flood. He leaves a son. J Ernest Richard* Philadelphia and two daughters. Mrs. Norman S Esig. Philadelphia and Mrs Eugene Sawyer, of North Caro-lna. I’. S. TBI ASI HA BALAM I Slipping on a step as she was leaving her home to go to school this morning. Miss Dorothy Hawk. fourteen year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hawk 621 Columbia avenue, Darb\. fell and suffered a laceration of her hand on a broken milk bottle and injured her .‘pine The girl was treated by a nearby physi-j 982 896 92; customs receipts, $10,757,- j beer. During the "free selling era" that compared to the famous gold rushes of history, beer was sold on every corner,' and in many places in the middle of blocks The competition wasn’t just keen, it was stupendous Beer signs were placed in drug stores WASHINGTON May 17 INS)— restaurant-1 speakeasies grocery Treasury balance as of May 15 store*, hotels, cigar stores, shack $420 016 340 00; expenditures $10 - and even in home1 All that is over. The weeding out clan. 87403. has begun and the survival of the ‘ fittest take* place. Some found the selling profitable and others hojx- it will be profitable after the chaff has been separated from the wheat. The country is beer minded It can’t help being such. with a glass of beer, or bottle of beer floating under everyone a nose After such a great temptation has been removed and a return to normalcy ha* taken place, the merchants hope the desire for the 3 2 will still be a* keen, but the availability a little ic** liberal. With this in mind the "beer gamblers" are spending hundreds of dollars in this citv to make their places attractive. It is necessary to present three hundred square feet ( onttnurd on Last Page "Germany’s one wish is for peace and independence.'’ "As long dav to Secretary of Navy Swanson mg to fulfill their treaty obligations, that an "error of judgment" on the Germany must be conceded at least part of her commander was a "con- | equality." tributary cause" of the disaster to    - the airship Akron last April 4    "Germany    Is    sincerely    thankful    for The court submitted a lengthy re- 'he plan of President Roosevelt. port. containing eleven separate Germany is ready to co-operate a* points of opinion declaring that final world reconstruction is impossible destruction of the huge ship was without disarmament. * caused bv "a down current of wind of'    _    - such magnitude tim' the lower fin ‘Germany has no aggressive aim*, struck the water before the descent ** ready to join in any new non-i be cheek)    j    ingression pact. OI the 76 men on board the Akron Al Bruton not only sells boloney, but he ran demonstrate how easy it is for so many to serve it on short not ice. Ptddy MrFadden denies that he's going to pitch for the Felton baseball team. He says they're bad enough as it is. An automobile crashed into a house at Wallingford The driver's alibi should be that it was parked I on the w rong side of the street. ’ Tide ii I Wind Affect Short-Line i Trolley Service." read* a local caption But even at that, they hav* some great old boats on that line. There will be little restriction on I parking Friday. There s little restriction any day, if one is to Judge by Sproul street, between Sixth and -Seventh streets. Cleveland councilman introduced an ordinance to make it "illegal to steal from baseball teams that play in city parks." Lot* of people will agree that it's about time stealing was made illegal in this country. Market seems to be substantiating the rumor of a big rise, but personally we dont take any stock in it. More than 4 oOO.OOQ jieople in this country can neither read nor write, read* a report by the National Ad-the others are unwlll- vi*ory Committee on Illiteracy. Might end them to Germany, where they wouldnt be allowed to, anyway. BERLIN, May 17    <!N8»    So    me    of the moet imjmrtant statement* in Chancellor Hitler’* speech today follow : "All our troubles originated with the treaty of Versailles." "New application of forte would only lead ta disturbance of the balance of power in Europe and dislocation of the existing order " "Germany wants ta prevent a forceful rotation <of the world chaos) by sin) ere co-operation. Inner political alms do not harm other nations." "We have no desire to Oermant/e others, but we will defend ourselves if others try to de-Germanize Germans.” "Germany has disarmed beyond reason Hhe lias a moral claim upon the Allies to fulfill their obligations under the treaties, "German is ready to renounce her ' demand for offensive weapon* if the oilier nations destroy theirs." J lie Weather "8he ‘Germany) Is ready to recog-ire the of peace at the time it plunged info the At- Jan tx Ox.,,! cf! th' New Jrr^y njre^hje United Stele* ss » guarantor coast during a revere thunderstorm, 73, including Rear Admiral William A Moffett, lost their live*. Tlu* "error of judgment" on the part of Commander Frank C Cord, who died in the crash "Germany will never ratify an agreement eternalizing her defamation. As a constantly defamed na-Mc- lion we would no longer be a meni-ber of the League of Nations." attributed by the court to his failure    ------ to net a course that would have kept "Since the treaty <of Versailles) him in "the safe semi-circle, thereby was signed there have been 227.900 probably avoiding the severe condl- men, women and children suicides in lions finally encountered."    Germany." WASHINGTON. May IT—<IPI — The weal her forecast for Eastern Pennsylvania; lair tonight and Thursday, slightly wanner Thursday. New Jersev; Fair tonight and Thursday; little change in Temperature. Western Pennsylvania’ Fair tonight; I hursday increasing cloudl- nr«.«> and somewhat warmer probably local thundershowers Thursday night. TODAY S 11 'IPF HATT RES 6 h. rn 48 ll a rn. 7 a.     .......50    Noon    ... 8 a.    ai ...... 52    I    p.    rn. 9 a.    rn  54    2    p.    m. IO a.    m 56 60 64 65 66 ;

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