Chester Times, May 22, 1933

Chester Times

May 22, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - May 22, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE 10NTZS ENDING DECEMBER 31 1932 2O328 FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH 17599 Dally Leased Wire Reports of United and International News Service UP CHESTER PA MONDAY MAY 22 1933 PRICE TWO CENTS TWO ARE KILLED M AUTO CRASHES IN THIS COUNTY One Is Victim of Accident at Glen Riddle Compan ion Arrested MOTORIST LOSES LIFE IN MIDNIGHT CRASH Car Strikes Tree at Bottom of Hill Other Fatal Ac cident in Ridley Twp Vernon Ingham of Brandy wine Summit died onehalf hour after being admitted to the Media Hospital last night of injuries suffered in an automobile accident on Willows roao Glen Riddle The accident happened at 1130 oclock when a car in which Ingham and Frank Dellasser 20 years old of Centreville Del were riding crashed into a tree on a steep hill opposite the home of Samuel D Riddle Following the accident Dellasser is said to have leaped from the car ana run to a woods a short distance away where he was found and placed under arrest by state highway police about an hour after the accident had fceen reported by a passing motorist He was taken to Media and placed in jail This morning he admitted to the police that he had been drink ing but had no recollection of being in an accident 1 State highway patrolmen later took Dellasser before Magistrate Mor gan who committed him to the county Tail to await the action of the cor oner At the hearing Dellasser was charged with involuntary manslaugh ter driving without the consent of the cars owner driving while under the influence of liquor and driving while under a suspension order of the Maryland highway department The only thing that Dellasser re members isTthat he and Ingham had borrowed the car from a friend anc were driving to Philadelphia He said he could not remember whether he or Ingham was driving when the fatality occurred Ingham lost his life when the car traveling down the steep grade on Willows road got beyond control and crashed into a tree at a sharp curve Passing motorists found Ingham lying in the roadway near the damaged car and notified the Harry Racine of Stony Bank road GlenMills andJ G Snyder of Wes Seventh street Media took Ingnam to the hospital where an examination disclosed that he had sustained broken neck a triple fracture of the skull compound fracture of the right arm and fracture of the left arm and crushed chestt besides numerous lac erations and contusions oE the body Witnesses say the car was traveling at excessive speed when it crashed into the tree Three Seriously Hurt Three voung men were seriously in jured about 7 oclock last evening when the car in which they were rid ing failed to make a turn at the inter KING ASKS COURT TO DISMISS WRIT U S WILL ENTER Answers Action Brought by State on Behalf of Gov Pinchot Vernon 11 HIMI Involves Tilt Over Chair manship V ari o us Phases Argued HARRISBURG Pa May Clyde L King asked the State Supreme Court today to dtaniss the writ of quo warranto filed to oust him ns a public service commissioner awd as commission chairman Kings answer to the action brought against him by Attorney General Wil liam Schnader on behalf of Governor Pinchot was filed when the court began its May term here King whom Pinchot seeks to re move from office because of a quarrel over the policy of au investigation denied that either the administrative code or the general appropriation bill of 1929 changed the status of the commission as determined in the Bonn decision of 1925 At that time the Supreme Court held that the duties of the commls Photo by Price sion Ry in ratemafciug and that in 28 vcars old of Brandywine Summit was found dyimr beside the wrecked automobile that function it was an arm of the j 1 i r 1 i A in WORLD ARMAMENT Norman H Davis Special American Ambassa doratLarge Addresses Geneva Confer ence Telling How Far This Nation Will Go Toward Peace to Aban don Rights of Neutrality Asserts This Countrys Readiness to Consult Other States in Case of a Threat to Peace With View to Averting France Its Present Attitude on Arms Is Menace to Attaining Its Aims ENVOYS AGREE ON DETAILS OF 4POWERPACT Mussolini Treaty Expected to Be Initialed This Week at Geneva Italy Great Britain France and Germany Involved Skepticism Rife LONDON May ance by Great Britain Prance Ger many and Italy of the draft of Premier Benito Mussolinis tenyear peace pact was announced officially vernoii JUIKJIUIU J 101 a v riji i shown above which crashed near the estate of Samuel D Fuddle at Glen Riddle last night later arrested Insrham died a after being found A comininion was DIVORCE DEGREE ENDS Wed While Young Man Was Student A State College romance which terminated when the husband began TESTIFIES IN FAVOR OF MRS NINI JELKE NEWPORT R I May Robert E White New York broker revealed as the tall man with the mustache from whose apartment Mrs Eugenia Nini Jelke was alleged to have been seen emerging today took the witness stand in her behalf in her crosssuit for divorce against F Prazier Jelke 52yearold Wall Street broker White admitted having been in Mrs Jelkcs company but denied that PA SWEATSHOPS General Martin Says Laws Cover Them Raps Talk for Political Gain uemmuinju wucn me M jeikc s company but denied mat striking his wife and cursing her has the former Dixie belle had hppn Iperallv pnderi bv Judtie Albert i tn vc oviaf been legally ended by Judge Albert DuttonMacDade by the granting of a divorce to Mrs Margaret Houston Cornell 22 of State College and 101 West Third street this city from James H Cornell 23 of 705 West Seventh street this city ever spent the night in his apart ment In August of 1932 he testified Mrs Jelke came to his apartment with a girl named Jimmy Dobbins a school teacher and that they had cocktails venth street this city i Later they dined inGreenwich Vil The master in the case William B e Then he said he took Mrs mpnnrhfin Tr hari rpfusnd to ri L i1 cvQ rvinori Continued on Page Fourteen 200 APPLICATIONS Thursday of this week will be the final day for the filing of applica tions for licenses to sell 32 per cent beer This is the edict of County Treasurer William Dickel who says that the interpretation of the state law makes this the final day for this year the licenses to be effective from June 1 on Up to the close of business Satur day close to 200 applications for li censes had been filed at the treas urers office in the courthouse at Media It is likely that at least half as many more will be received today and tomorrow Applicants filing their forms prop erly filled out and bearing the signa tures of 12 voters must pay McClenachan Jr had refused to recommend a divorce to Mrs Cornell on the grounds that the cruel and barbarous treatment of which she accused her husband did hot occur in this county but in Chester county John J Stetser attorney for Mrs Cornell appealed from this report and was upheld the masters report being set aside and the final rule in divorce granted According to the testimony the young people were married in State College on May 2 1930 while Cor nell was a student at Penh State and his wife was employed in the college library They lived together untilJuly of that year arid did not see each other again until November 1930 At that time Mrs Cornell testi fied they met at the home of a i friend Mrs Jean Gill 1306 Daven port place Philadelphia and Cornell cursed her and then struck her In March 1931 she also testified she came to this city to endeavor to se cure a position and effect a recon ciliation with her husband She met him twice she said and on both occasions he cursed her and choked and kicked her This treatment she claimed caused her to lose 12 pounds The masters report held that the parties involved were not before the proper Court in their action and that the cause for divorce namely cruel and barbarous treatment did not take place in Delaware county In setting aside this report Judge MacDade rules that Cornells actions in swearing at his wife and choking Jelke to her own home She called for him again the next morning at his apartment he said and they had breakfast at Douglaston Long Island GARAGES PREY OF FLAMES Fourteen onestory frame garages in the rear of Fourth street Clay mont Del were destroyed in a fire that started from unknown origin to day The fire was discovered by Frank Thompson owner of a garage which is located oh the property owned by James Price of Wilmington pike and Riverside road Seven automobiles in the garages were destroyed entailing a loss estimated at The loss to the buildings is said to be car belonging to Charles Pride of Newtown Square was in the re pair shop of Thompson when th fire broke out Prides coar and ha were in the machine A wallet in the inside coat pocke containing and some sinal change in a side pocket rf the coa were consumed in the flames Fir companies from Claymont Talley vilie and Brandywine Hundred fough the blaze for nearly an hour befor it was subdued PITTSBURGH May 22 INS General Edward Martin Republican tate chairman coupled a defense of he last legislative session with a trong indictment of flybynight wcatshop operators at a luncheon ddress before the Hungry Club of today Taking cognizance of criticism of he 1933 regular session of the Gen ral Assembly General Murtin com pared a total of in cost for he 1931 session with a total of Sl301r 5537 for the session recently con cluded This he argued showed a cgislative cost reduction of As regards sweatshops General Martin drew the infcrem that the ssue is being exploited to some ex tent by members of political factions He said There has been much talk recently of sweat shops in Pennsylvania Mis guided persons desiring to make po litical issues out of human misfor tunes would have us believe that Pennsylvania employers are a group of slave drivers The truth is that Legislative branch of government The State Senate therefore must agree to the appointment or removal of a member of the commission the court ruled in upsetting Pinchots re port to remove Jauies S Benn and Ray Shelby from the regulatory body Kings answer was filed by Roland S Morris Philadelphia former U S Ambassador to Japan now repre senting the commissioner whom the Governor had named with great pride last September Schnader acting for the Governor argued that the King appointment submitted to the State Senate in January automatically expired May 6 when the Senate adjourned sine die without acting on the nomination and when Governor Pinchot failed to GENEVA May H Davis special American ambassador delivered his disarmament speech bcforo the World Conference nt p m a m E D T Davis speech was received with intense interest delegates and was regarded as perhaps the most significant yet made in the yoars of disarmament deliberations at Geneva He spoke in a low firm voice which was difficult even for the delegates to hear let alone the galleries Sir John Simon and Joseph PaulBon cour British and French foreign ministers followed the speech line by line from written copies Davis emphasized the need for sped to guard peace and aid eco nomic recovery renew the appointment rs he did those of C J Goodnough whom he designated chairman Stephen Stahl necker Frederick Grucnbcrg and George Woodruff In replying to that King said that the Senate had retained the ques tion of approval or dismissal for further consideration and that not until the Senate had acted xvouId the WASHINGTON May INS An indication that the On lied States will lie prepared to abandon certain rights of neutrality hi order to pro mote universal peace was given to the world today by Norman H Davis American AmbassadoratLargc in a speech be Tore the Disarmament Con ference at Geneva Coincident with Davis proclama tion on disarmament Secretary Hull Continued on Fourteen GENERAL PRICE COMPANY B GUEST today also proclaimed a gospel of both military and economic peace as the cornerstone Americas current oroigri policy Hull also hailed the successful con tusion of the Mussolini fourpower icact pact as a happy augury for the success of the World Disarmament Conference Explaining the extent to which the United States is prepared to RO Da vis at Geneva said that in the event the nations in conference deter mine that a statehas been guilty of a breach of peace in violation of its in ternational obligations and take measures against the violator then if we concur In the judgment ren dered as to the responsible and guilty partyi we will refrain from any ac tion tending to defeat such collective efforts which these states may thus make to restore peace America Is willing Davis informed the Geneva delegates to enter Into a consultative pact to participate in an International commission to super vise control of armaments and to join with other powers in abolishing offensive weapons of warfare such as Continued on Jagc Fourteen today The draft was accepted at Rome by representatives of the nations con cerned but formal initialing and eventual signature remained to be accomplished Britain and France it was said reserved the right to make changes in the Mussolini Pact at Geneva It was assumed by officials that the approval at Rome of Herman Goering who holds cabinet rank in Germany meant Germany was satisfied with the pact as it stands Mussolini the author naturally approved ROME May A treaty binding Europes leading powers to keep the peace for ten years awaited formal initialing by diplomats today after approval by representatives of the contracting Italy Great Britain France and Germany Benito Mussolini wrote the pact months ago He revived it this week end as an ideal and perhaps essen tial basis for agreement by the Dis armament Conference at Geneva and the World Economic Conference which meets at London June 12 So hwiftly did he obtain approval by representatives of the powers for his revived program that when the news was flashed out last night it was greeted with skepticism in other European capitals Drafts of the pact were due to arrive today at London Paris Berlin and Geneva The plan was for rep lllth Infantry have plaiis for an in teresting drill program1to be held this evening when they will honor Major General William G Price Jr retired commander of the Pennsyl vanla National Guard on the anni enlMment In the Other Measures Adopted by House Group to Aid Public Works Plan OPENS HOSPITAL resentatives nations to of the contracting initial the treaty ac tHoir nh uard as a member of theii com which goes into the county treasury addition to the regular license fees prescribed by the state law A bond V in the sum of must be pro vided for which surety companies are charging Treasurer Dickel expects to be in position to issue the first licenses to morrow and the coveted slips of paper will go out regularly from then until THREE MEN ROBBED HIM MOTORIST SAYS Albert Cachmere 30 of Philadel phia a collector for a chain of service stations reported to Paoli police that he had been robbed of yesterday 44m ar v4n 1 by three men in an automobile who Sunrise today was at j 40 z J ancj SUnset will be at 8is p Eastern Daylight Saving Time G A R VETERANS her near Chester High School where he is employed as a science teacher constituted cruelty MISS PEOPLES NAMED TO STATE GROUP POST UNIONTOWN Pa May INS thousand employers forget their ob ligations to those who work for them Much of this talk heard has been brought about by the employment of children by migratory employers This action has been condemned by every one and it is regrettable that our Department of Labor and Industry has not ended the condition long be fore this General Martin cited laws already on the books to protect labor as evi dencing the attitude of the Republi can organization and urged that the sweatshop investigating committee authorized by the last Legislature go to the bottom of the entire af fair DEBATING SOCIETV PICNIC The Junior Debating Society of the Chester High school will conduct a picnic at The Manor the home a picnic at rnc Manor cne nome to the convention of the j of Miss Mary v Carroll at Booth Pennsylvania Business and Prof es wvn Wednesday Each member of WILL CONTINUE Fair is the forecast for today and tomorrow in Eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland It will be warmer tomorrow The highest temperature here yes terday was 81 degrees at p m and the lowest was 66 at a m The average was nine degrees above normal of 65 The highest tempera ture ever recorded here on May 21 was 89 in 1911 and the lowest was forced his car to halt on West Ches ter pike near Newtown Square in Marple township this county Cachmere said the men compelled him afc point of gun to ride with them to Leopard road Paoli where they threw him out of their car Five ago Cachmere told police he was robbed of in the same sec tion m mr U S TREASURY BALANCE WASHINGTON May INS Treasury balance as of May 19 97550 expenditures customs receipts WILL BE When members of the Chester Kiwanis attend a joint meeting with the Rotarv Club members tomorrow at the Chester Club 511 Welsh street sicnal Womens Association were en route to their homes today following the election of officers at the closing session of the 1933 meeting here Miss Susan G Rhodes of Columbia was chosen president of the associa tion I Norristown with an almost perfect point score was awarded the Nike emblem The Norristown record was 1280 out of a possible 1300 points Scranton was awarded the silver flower bowl for haying the most em blem wearers during the last year and Williamsport was awarded a handsome gong for the largest mem bership in the state Among chairman and vicechairmen in the various districts named was Miss JeanNPeoples of Chester TWO CHILDREN STRUCK BY AUTO Two small children were injured slightly this morning at Essington when they were struck and knocked down by an automobile while play ing in the street in front of their wyn Wednesday Each the organization has been requested to invite one guest to attend the af fair The trip to and from The picnic grounds will be made in privately owned automobiles They were James Downey 4 of at uie oiuu xriion l were James uowney or they will observe their annual custom Seneca street and his sister Mar of playing host to the surviving memceRa d 3 years Triey were play bers of the G A R in this who wth a small express Wag0n when visit both the clubs each year Ranks named Bartholomew a next of the G A R have dwindled until T HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY By United Press LaurettaNash Churp Source Circle Oak A Canterwood Mamie Aegis Battling Knijrht Breeze Scepter Skirt Zembla Weather clear track fast AT WASHINGTON PARK Patriot Don Manuel Regiment Wayward Lad Singer IVEnton Playing On Gold Step Faithful Xcwgro Weather clear track good a man named Bartholomew a next door neighbor got into his automo bile in front of his home and backed bers who will answer to the roll h chndren cries were call at the service clubs meeting i his first knowledge of their presence ERECTING BOOTHS FOR MAY MARKET in the street he said Bartholomew took the children to 1AREIMAN UNDER Fails at Suicide Court Case Postponed Sure ties Surrender Him any A number of old time members f Company B will be present also As the bugler summons the men o drill thus evening shortly after oclock for inspection by their ormer commanding officer he will be ccompanicd by Captain Frank It wsky commander of Company B At the conclusion of the inspection General Price will move to the desig nated reviewing stand along the east cvall of the armory floor and will ake the review which will be ten dered him by present day personnel of he company which gave him his first of a military career many years ago and from which he steadily rose o the a divisional com nander with forces in every large town and city in the state under his charge General Price has always taken an interest in his former company and on various occasions both official and unofficin1 has paid a number of visits to the two companies using the local armory He recently presented the members of the NonCommlssioncd Officers Club of Company B with his portrait to be placed on the walls of the newly decorated club room in the armory WASHINGTON May Meeting behind closed doors with Di rector of the Budget Lewis W Doug las asthe only witness the House ways and means committee agreed today to propose the following tax levies to raise the needed to pay interest and amortization on the administrations public works program normal Income taxes from four to six per cent on the ilrst of taxable income and increase from eight to ten per cent the tax on the to yield dividends paid by corpora tions subject to these increased nor mal income yield Federal tax on gasollno from one cent a gallon to one and threefourth yield 10 Rep Dough ton D of North Caro lina the chairman announced fcho 30000 Present at Fitz geraldMercy Institution at Darby A throng of 30000 people turned out yesterday afternoon to witness the brilliant ceremonies marking the dedication of the magnificent new 11 storyA FitzgeraldMercy Hospital on Lansdowne avenue at Davis avenue in Darby Two hundred members of the Catholic clergy joined in the cere monies in which thousands of mem bers of the Holy Name Society par ticipated with members of the Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus Papal Knights of the Cape and Sword Knights of St Gregory and digni taries of the church The color bearers of the various Holy Name Society groups which to the number of forty had participated Geneva in connection with the dis armament Conference Mussolini pre pared to announce its approval in his chamber of deputies today or to morrow and if all went well to pro claim his success to the world over an international radio hookup It was easy to understand the sur Fourteen 000 Congress Today By UNITED PRESS SENATE Continues Louderback impeachment trial Finance Committee begins hearings on Industrial recovery bill Joint committee opens hearings in investigation of Akron crash Banking Committee considers home mortgage relief bill HOUSE Continues debate on GlassSteagall bank reform bill Ways and Means Committee con siders tax features of public works bill Commerce Committee continues hearing on railroad reorganization bill committees agreement Ho said mem bers voted 13 to 0 for the plan The committee rejected a motion by Rep McCormack D of Massa chusetts to levy a general manufac turers sales tax COAL FOR JOBLESS MRS HIBBEN SHOWS SOME IMPROVEMENT RAHWAY N J May Further improvement was reported in the con dition of Mrs John Grier Hibbcn who still is in a serious condition from injuries suffered in the auto crash in which her husband was killed She is in a hospital here MARTINS FERRY Ohio Highway Department doing grading work on the National Road near hero unwittingly entered the coal mining and unemployment relief business While cutting through the Elaine Hill workers uncovered a vein of coal As a results scores of unem ployed families now have plenty of free coal ceremonies were massed alongside the temporary platform and altar on the hospital lawn where Cardinal Dougherty Monsignor Thomas F McNally and Samuel M Vauclain eulogized the hospitals benefactor the late Thomas M Fitzgerald of Lansdowne who died May 13 1929 In a special scat reserved for her in the right alcove of the hospital sat Mrs May F Fitzgerald Major widow of the donor of the institution Flanking the cardinal and his cler ical and lay escorts were prominent lavmen and priests from many par ishes In Philadelphia and the sur rounding counties Borough officials from Darby Yea don and Lansdowne as well as county Topics of Times NEW EN VO Y IN MA D R ID MADRID May G Bowers new American ambassador to Spain arrived today Mrs Bowers accompanied him Continued on ragru Twelve BOYS CONDUCT SERVICE At the service held last evening in the First Baptist Church Seventh and Fulton streets a group of boys from the local YM G A were in charge Prayer was offeree and short talks given by members of the HlY Club the Taylor Hospital Ridley Park in court today where they were given treatment for NEW YORK May UP suicide attempt a failure W Harriman former president of the closed Harriman National Bank won today a weeks postponement of hi trial on charges of faisilying the banks books to cover drals in it own stock The case was postpone until next Monday Harriman was resting comfortably at Nassau Hospital Mincola where he was taken after he stabbed him helf late Saturday Because of his condition and because United States Attorney George Z Medalie was de voting all his time to the trial of another banker Charles E Mitchell defense and prosecuting attorneys agreed on the weeks delay Had the agreement not been reached Karri mans bail would have been subject to forfeit unless he appeared j brush burns and permitted to be re Work of erecting booths from rned to their home Work of erecting oootrw irony j turned to their home which various articles will be sojd on Thursday at the May to be conducted by the Chester Hos pital on the lawns surrounding the j institution was begun this morning The booths will be located on Ninth Uluniu street between Penn and Barclay streets KILLED IN FALL SHIELDS WINS IN FRANCE AUTETJTL France May X Shields the giant New A man whom police identified as William T Beeber socially prominent j attorney of Haverford either fell or jumped from the fourteenth floor of the Real EstateLand Titie Butiding in Philadelphia today and was killed Beeber who was nephew of the Harriman was under surveillance of two operatives of thv Concord Surety and Casualty Company which posted the bond for his ap pearance The company has notified the de fense that it wishes to be relieved of the responsibility and Harrimans counsel George S Leisure said an Yorker teamed with Dr Daniel j late Judge Dimner Beeber landed on Prenn of Germany today to win the j the roof of a third floor extension opening match of the annual French His secretary Miss Ruth Wallace tennis championships Shields and Dr Prenn defeated the French brothers Pascal and Francois Merlin 62 62 63 This yas a second round match the contestants having drawn firstround byes Because of their victory the Ger told police he was seized with a chok ink spell and went to a window As he opened one of the windows she collapsed and fell for Miss Wallace called employes of the building who summoned police manArnericcn team was regarded as land an ambulance from Hahnemann the dark horse doubles team 1 Hospital A surprising development was the statement of physicians at the hos pital that Harrimans heart was in a perfectly normal condition for a man of his age 68 Harrimans own physicians had said he was suffer ing from a complication of heart diseases which might have a fatal ef fect in the event of sudden shock Harriman disappeared Friday from had been under close observation He was found late Saturday at Old Or chard Inn Roslyn Long Island where he once had a country home Left alone for a moment he stabbed him sell with a small knife Frequent waterdrinking says Jim Dcavenport you from becoming stiff in the joints Yes but some Joints dont serve water Many bathing in the nude are re ported in Chester creek Maybe they dont want to get their bathing suits dirty Since our police force became so mobile its plain to be seen that some cops are better at driving a car than hey are at driving home an argument n police court Its a lifcfJe early in the season for but our county detectives are atherlng in plenty of corn these days There hasnt been a revolution in Mexico for so long that we feel sure he country is back to abnormalcy A former mayor who now ob as an elevator operator in the apitol at Washington has just been a Kentupky colonel by Governor lafoon Well an elevator operator s used to ups and downs At this season of the year an jptimist is a man who believes his garden will produce vegetables as big as those pictured in the seed catalogs Soviet Russia has just floated its argest loan at the high interest rate of 10 per cent Leads one to suspect hac the nation is in the Red The new Roosevelt forestry army of thousands of men armed with axes comes a little too late we should have had it a couple of years ago when all those nutty champion tree sitters were doing their stuff Most people see nothing wrong with dictators provided they dictate to somebody else Perhaps the reason so many ex bathing beauties become star actresses in the talkies is because they know their lines A closcup of Joseph W Harriman Indicted foundr Of the Harriman National Bank and Trust Company o New York beingcarried from an inn at Roslyn I onjc Island after attempting suicide by slabbing IIarrima was located at the little inn a day followinghis disappearance from a private hospital in New York He wa about to go on trial charged with falsifying Iiis banks book to the extent oi SL6GXJ70 Weather WASHINGTON May Weather forecast for Eastern Penn sylvania Fair tonight and Tuesday slightly warmer Tuesday In West and North portions New Jersey Fair tonight and Tuesday little change in tempera ture Western Pennsylvania Mostly cloudy warmer tonight and Tues day TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m60 11 a m 66 7 a m60 Noon68 a a m60 1 p m 72 9 a m64 2 p m 73 10 a m64 ;