Chester Times, May 25, 1933

Chester Times

May 25, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - May 25, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NKT r.wn CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE IONT33. ENDING DECEMBER SI, 19.12 20,328 FINAL EDITION it it it it With All Latest and Best News of the Day cr 57TH YEAR—NO. 17,602. Daily Leaded Wire Reports of United •n<l International Srw» Sen ice Pre** i INS i i DP) CHESTER. PA.. THURSDAY. MAY 25, 102A TWENTY PAGES PRICE, TWO CENTS WHITNEY, MORGAN ALL Y, UP FOR QUIZ ON STOCK ISSUES Partner Resumes Testimony Before Senate In-vestigation Group as Chief Is Temporarily Relieved Says His House Has Offered Six Billions in Securities to Public Since IPI9 Cites Enormous Losses McAdoo, Former (J. S. Treasury Head, Tells Probers of His Dealings Counsel Clashes Over Right to Examine Letters Woodin One of “Preferred" Clients—Should Resign, Says Senator Borah W A S ll I N G TO N. May 25—(INS)—The financial house of J. Pierpont Morgan has offered to the public more than six billion dollars in securities since 1010, Georye Whitney, a Morgan partner, told the Senate Ranking Committee today in the course of an acrimonious hearing which developed frequent disputes between opposing counsel. The public offerings have been made by Morgan in \ conjunction with other houses for the most part, according to a statement presented by Whitney. Of the total offered since 1010, there have been retired to date $2,008,053,400. Whitney said his firm employed no bond salesmen and has “never adopted any method of high pressure salesmanship.” The securities, he said, were distributed through syndicates or selling groups consisting in the case of large issues of as many as HOO to 1200 retail and distributing houses.    *    * Three specific issues were revealed as now in default, the bonds of the Florida East Coast, Mobile and Ohio, and Missouri Pacific Railroads. Whitney said his firm purchased and still held some of the^e. He said the firm s losses in these exceeded all profits from the offerings. Raskob On I.Ut John J. Raskob’* acceptance of a Morgan invitation to buy 2.000 cut rate shares of Allegheny Corporation today was read in to the record of the Senate investigation showing that the then chairman of the Democratic National Committee expressed the "hope the future will afford me an opportunity to reripioeate.” George Whitney. Morgan partner. said It was he who had suggested that Raskob be let in. "You hoped they would reciprocate," asked Senator Couz^ns, Hrpn . Mich. • No." Whitney said. "You didnt hope to receive their deposits and to their underwriting?” "Oh. no." Whitney replied Pecora asked if J. R Nutt, treasurer of the Rpubliran National Com- MONEY TALKS Ja. LOTA I, MERCHANTS (HL CONCERNS VISCOSE (R ESTS FILE PROTESTS ( it} and (’omit} Retailors Inspect Rayon Plant, Then Have Lu neb I rye General Opposition to Proposed Added Tax on (Gasoline MKS. JELKS KICKS NEAR-HURRICANE CAUSES DAMAGE IN THIS SECTION group of merchants from this Nearly one thousand telegram* and md Delaware county were guests letters have been .".rut to emigres-the plant of the Viscose sional delegates of this and neighbor- da' in iv at Marcus Hook Hie nier- mvitcd. men and women, were ho were mostly interested in ains such as the lepresrnta->f furniture, haberdashery, apparel and department I men (ion im Here is a striking stiidv of J IV Morgan, titan of Ii na roe as hr studied a memorandum before answering a question for the ''enate Committer iii veattgating the pra« tires of the most colossal private hanking structure in history, standing behind him are Senator Millard E. Tvding* 'left*, mem her of the committee, and John M Davis, former Presidential nominee, Morgan's attorney. HISE RAPPED Nation Hegins to Speak in Protest; Sales levies May Take Its Place WASHINGTON, May 25 INS>~ The sensational disclosures that J P. Morgan and hi* nineteen multimillionaire partners paid not a cent in Federal income taxes in 1931 and 19.12, and that they paid only $48,000 HOY IS DROWNED IN RIDLEY RIVER Body Quickly Recovered But Efforts at Resuscitation Prove Futile nutter at the time, had been invited    *    three-year    period    embracing to buy. Whitney said Nutt had been offered 3,000 .shares of bargain stock. Raskob got 2,000. Pecora then added to the list other political figures including Charles D HUles. then chairman of the New York State Republican Committee. Raskobs letter was addressed to ' Dear George." I* said "Thanks for so kindly remembering me Thp check for $40,000 enclosed herewith. 1930-32, have all but wrecked the pending tax bill In thus Congress To say that Congress is shocked puts it mildly. The little coterie of Democratic leaders, mostly representing rural constituencies who killed the sales tax a year ago. and who turned It down again in the pendtng bill. are floundering today. They are wondering how they are going to increase the already high rates in the intermediate brackets. as they intended to do. in the face "I appreciate deply the many °t Die Morgan disclosure*, and in the courtesies shown me by you and your f*<;e of a Republican opposition partners, and I sincerely hope the which for the first time In Hip Sev-future will offer me an opportunity to enty-thlrd Congress seem* organized reciprocate.”    and determined. It was dated Whitehall. Palm Moreover, the country has begun Beach. Fla . Feb. 4    1929, four days to speak Members of Congress have after the bargain offer was made. been showered with telegraphic and Senator William Gibbs McAdoo, mail protests against increased informer Secretary of the Treasury. Tome tax levies since the rulers of lost $2 565 bv investing in storks Wall Street admitted in the Senate* handled by J. P. Morgan and Co. he banking investigation their escape of told the senate banking inquiry to- all Federal income taxes at a time .day.    when the "little fellow" was groaning McAdoo said he purchased stock on ender the highest impost in peace-three occasions from the Morgan firm time history. Ten-year-old Francis B Golem-biewski, of 508 Fast Tenth street, lost hi* life by drowning, shortly before the storm early last evening, while he was swimming in Ridley river, rn the vicinity of tile Ninth street bridge, connecting thi* city and Eddystone. A highly excited youth, of about the same age as the drowned boy, who was a witness, fled from the scene after summoning Daniel I,ar-suk. of 1028 Eddystone avenue. Eddystone, who happened to be crossing the bridge at the time of the drowning Identity of the boy who spread the alarm, has not been established by the police of this city or Eddystone Larsuk effected the recovery of the body of the victim with the use of a skiff, which had been moored at a nearby dock, being assisted by Anthony Martin, of East Eighth street, who had heard the cries of the youth who sought Larsuk Only a short time elapsed before the two men recovered the body of the Golembiew-ski boy. It was placed in an ambulance and rushed to the Chester (KOZER SEMINARY HEAD INJURED Dr. NI. (J. F\ans Suffered Broken Vertebrae in Auto ( rash in Virginia Dr Milton O Evans, president of Cro/cr Theological Seminary, will re turn to his home on lh campus today, from the J. Lewis Crower Hospital, where he has been a patient lor the past IO day*, receiving treatment tor a broken veile-brae. an injury .suffered in a motor accident while the theologian was on a trip in the southern slates, visiting a number of churches and other religious institutions of Hie Baptist denomination Following the arrident, which occurred in Virginia, Dr Evans returned home by rail Ile felt some ill effects from the accident but was unaware of the serious nature of his Injuries. Upon returning home he continued his duties at ‘he Seminary for several days before .ie went to the neighboring hospital for an examination, which revealed thai he had been suffering froi: a broken vertebrae. He was Immediately placed in a cast. Although not completely well, Dr Evans will be much Improved when he leaves the hospital today He will st* arrived at the plant at and were ushered through of twelve to fifteen, three neb groups visiting every t of the plant. After the of I Ire manufacture of party was served a splenic! in the cafeteria Immediately following the luncheon a mot ton picture was exhibited !«J the* process of making rayon, winch the spectators had viewed in person, and Hut** was also included a sales talk on Clown Tested Quality Rayon which the* Viscose Company has tarn stressing for ibe last live yea rs J. Arthur Haves superintendent of the plant, acted as host for the company and after luncheon, in a brief (alk stated that many of the employes of the Viscose Company winch run in numbers from 3500 to 4000 people, have often staled to the management that they would like to know' where in Chester or Delaware county they could buy the finished material or I wearing apparel made of the rayon , yam they actually are engaged in manufacturing ; This problem, it developed later. has Iwrn solved rn the other plants ol the Viscose Company by conducting an exhibit in the stores of the home towns of the ir various plants, a display of merchandise made from ravon yarns manufactured by the Viscose Company, Viscose Rayon Week will be held some time next month til Roanoke,! Va , Parkersbuig. W Va . I cwt*town. Coni Mined on Page I ic Merit HRIKK SKSSION ll Kl,I) IIN ( ITV CCH NC ll, An ordinance granting perm is.* ion to the city highway department to install a sewer on Concord road, between Central avenue and Tilghman street, was passed on first reading at a special session of council yesterday The sewer is be ing installed preparatory to the paving of that section of mg th industry in this met and took pioposed esuIt of the industry and and truck (es of protest if their dis-, Mi .Seminary Concord road between Central ave lug states since (he receipt of a telegram bv William D Mason, of the Sun Oil Company, Tuesday, setting forth the fact that the House Ways and Means Committee had endorsed an additional , tent tax on gasoline. and urging an immediate and concerted prole-.-tat ion against such an Increase Officials of the oil locality immediately steps to aid in halt legislation, and as meeting, employes of hundreds of motor owners dispatched in to the represent®!!! trlcts. "The oil industry " Mr Mason stated, "ta tn favor of a general sales tax, but is not in accord with a .separate gasoline tax by the Federal government "As it now stands, every slate in the union has inflicted a tax on gasoline sold in the Individual state, ( ontimtrd tnt I.ast Page WAR “IM DIRKS" TD HA VK A RFI MON A happy reunion between Louis Kills. American League baseball umpire, and Plumbing Inspector Charles Boyle, war "buddies \ is being planned following publication of an article in a Philadelphia daily and written by Hill Dooly. Dooly received a request from Knli* to assist him And his wartime pal, "Pat" Hovle who formerly lived iii Chester Rolls identified Pal . as Hie terrible base .singer of the out fit'a's quartet, and said he would like to meet hint when he gets a Philadelphia assignment The article caught Boyle* eve yesterday and he immedialelv wrote lo Dooly, giving him his name and address Ile also advised (he sports writer to warn Knits that if he pull* any b«d derisions while umpir- * mg 111 Mil I ire Park, tie will Still thiuk the war is on.    . AUTOIST RFF! SKS TO FR FSS GII NRG KS Clarence Kelson, Negro, of Fifth and Olive streets, Media, war taken into custody at a gas service station on Baltimore avenue, about 3 o'clock * U' 6 s V ■rn rsmm/marn*............ ■ (SrsL'SP" 1 N, I A .Much Properly I joss Reported; I Persons Killed; Scores Injured Heavy Rainfall and Hail Accompanied bv Winds of Record V elocity Properly damage e^t thousands of dollars ported today from all seel county, which was swept of tornado like proport IOT mug. While no deaths wei in this county* as the n ; storm, four persons wee Eastern Pennsylvania a injured in the area by {ailing debris. Hundreds of trees • bv the high winds w reached a velocity of hour, the highest eve this area. Streets into rivers; hundred: ted ai re tire arm ne- ‘ported of the lied in *s were nd lightning and we r ('el la rn home* w afer Wltido rn were uprooted which at times if 82 miles an er recorded in were converted of automobiles unrolled along the highways, were flooded and not a few were drenched as sheets of were blown through open i. as hundreds were away urn bn when th Two deaths were i delphi*, a man bein bandstand at Le collapsed, and a w bv lightning while awee of wafer Lorn her doc other two victims ill th killed, one at Camden, N other at Pottstown. Pa roiled in Phiia-killed when tho MI HUI Park van was struck creping a pool doorstep. The area were J , and the The storm i low -hanging clouds I to be switched oil that time many ho neighborhood grocer arui were unable to I until the storm aba? Loud thunder ti flashes of light mn; countryside into a western Hon), while being laid during Children ran sc rr the torrential rail heralded bv dark, that caused lights at 5 o'clock At ouaewives were in tv stores shopping reach their homes Red an hour later, peals and .sharp tig converted the a replica of the a barrage was the war day*, ming indoors as started Shortly after the storm broke, ‘(cue** of telephones were put out of commission, temporarily, trolley service was virtually halted as arteria weir converted into raging torrents, and in many sections electric sendee* was disrupted when lightning struck Both the Philadelphia nue and Butler street, which will lie morning, by Officer Schultz. known as Washington boulevard. Ordinance No 17, granting permission to the Southern Pennsylvania I Yesterday afternoon. Kelson. It I* said, took Hie automobile of Bellonion Knopf, of 400 North Olive street, to " , , , ariel then lie tried tn kick mf teeth nut. I told him in pie®se he reasonable because mr father lead spent thousands of dollars In have mr teeth fixed."    Here Is    Mrs.    I cigenla Woodward .Ic Ike    on Hie    witness stand    t ra tv Tonne I' at Newport. K    I , as    she    charged    Fleeter Company    and    Hie Bell Trle- c i m illes In her    husband. F    I racier    phone Company    quickly had    rmer- Jelke,    millionaire    broker, in their    gcney    Clews repairing    Hie damage, sensational    divorce    trial.    The    Philadelphia    Electric Com- _    : pa ny bore the brunt of an unpleasant ; hour,    thousands of    homes being I plunged into darkness and elevators Traction Co, to remove the Backage M),ne repair work on the car. Ile' from Providence avenue between 6l*appeared and his arrest terminated Fifteenth and Twenty-fourth stied*, was passed on second and Anal reading. An amendment to the local pure food license law. granting health au a search of more than four hours The car was returned to Knopf who refused to press charge* against Kelson . Tile Mc cl m fxillce were not Mi HUNTER SLAYER PROVES ELUSIVE mw markkt rh adv < outinucd on Page Eighteen (drill it \ of Man, Who TO GREET THRONGS I borities permission to impose a fee lenient and had him placed in the of 25 rents for pure food license tags was also passed Media jail pending a hearing before magistrate The charges preferred Slew (’heater Township chXr Vt.^m ,i m Farmer, a Mystery Mayor William Ward. Jr. who pre- against Kelson are driving without .sided, received a set of recommendations pertaining to the parking laws. from Police Superintendent James H Deavenport, which he ha* under con-siderat ion. TALBOT IN GROUP TO All) RF Ll KF WORK HARRISBURG. May 25 <UP» The State Emergency Relief Hoard permission of the owner and driving without a Ureic.e. Hospital, where physicians and nurses . rem!"n undPr thP rare of hla ,)hval worked steadily for abandoning their effor pita! so that he may be in c loser t One report came from Fayett rill 'N DFR SHOW FRS PRFDIC TFI) FOR ARFA Thundershower* are predicted again today in Eastern Pennsylvania. Ne w Jrixev, Delaware and Maryland The highest temperature here ye* terday was 84 degrees at 3.30 p in, agreeable, th* Market today I will attjact large crowds. This morning ail the liooths were in place, with their decorations and various article* for disposal and other features of entertainment were in final form. The Marionette shows at 4 and 7 p rn will be one of the chief attraction.' Uke*wise the borith of the Chester Radio Club, which will demonstrate* the* latest methods of communication and a1 o will provide * leal treat is ending free messages today ordered an investigation Of and Hie lowest was 82, at 5 25 p in some lime before clan untl1 vertebrae has knitted charges that relief agencies in various The average* cd 73 was seven dc giee* 5 wh orts    at resusrita-    ,f)8cther again. Dr. Evans    has been    sections were "punishing"    labor »trlk-    above nounal    for    the    date    and    six    attern eager to end his stay in    the ho*-    by refusing    them aid    degrees above    the    average    May    24    the    If * ..JU.    ....    the    hodv u/nv re.    *)Ma' *° thaf m;iv t>r    [n ' !oM’r ( One report    came from    Fayett    laH year W moved    to    the morgue of    DeDutv Cor    contact with the Seminary, which will    county on the    complaint    of    Bairnie)    the date is on o r O E W hit e at Til i rd ^md Nor soon enter iioon the busiest season of A Choffer. representative of the and mtnimu oner u. E. White, at I bird and Nor- lhP yPHr, that of the closing exercises Building Trades Council of Union- Sunrise to at the instance of Russell C. Lefllng-well, a partner in the firm. McAdoo was listed by Morgan as one of the “favored customers”    that bought Allegheny stock from    the hous*e of Morgan at $20 when it    was    manufacturers’    excuse    tax selling at $35 to $37 a share on    the    Congress    has    not    witnessed, exchange. The stock later hit a peak of $57.50, and McAdoo got 500 shares at $30. "I bought the stock as an investment ” McAdoo earlier told International News Service. "I don't    see that any explanation Is necessary, I got 500 shares and paid $10 000 for it.” McAdoo took a seat at the head of the committee table and spoke earnestly to Senator Coupons, <R> of Michigan, who forced publicity of Morgan’s sensational client list, over the objections of Senator Carter Glass, <D> of Virginia. Ferdinand Pecora, committee counsel. intimated the hearings would be      • receded thus evening until next week.‘Tells Steel Institute I ruins- Tile Morgan disclosures, coming on top Hie even more sensational rase of Charles F Mitchell, who also paid no Income tax, has given an impetus to the movement for a genera! such as HINA BEST AGAIN MOI MIK LONDON, May 25 -'UP* Edna Best, actress wife of the actor. Herbert Marshall, gave birth today to a daughter She is the mother of twin boys by her first husband, Seymour Beard BUSINESS HEHER SCHWAB ASSERTS Continued on Lax! Page DIPLOMAS FOR GERN MILLS SC HOOL ROYS Unusual commencement exercises of the class of 1933 and the activities of the Alumni, who annually return at commencement season Dr. Evans is on th** commencement program to give the anniversary address on the morning of June 4 at 10 30 o'clock, in the Upland Baptist Church, and It is believed, that, with continued irn-piovement in ins condition lo- will will be held today when twenty-two    be able to occupy the pulpit    and    give boys, committed by courts on charges    the address on the opening    day    of the of delinquency to Glen Mills School    commencement season. for boys, will be awarded diplomas for work at trades, Tile class is the fourth to receive awards since institution of the policy of substituting educational and industrial courses for the usual reform- RON!) GOLI) ( LAI SF VOIDKI) BY (OI RT Building town. He informed the board Hi*t county relief agencies had refused to aid men who were on strike in a coal mine dispute there '['he Ixia rd had received similar reports from other counties most of them in the western part of Hie state Creation of a personnel committee including Lf Gov Edward C. Shannon and State Treasurer Charlet Waters, and of an allocations committee, consisting of Speaker Grover C Talbot and Auditor General Frank Baldwin, was announced iii a moi • to subdivide the work Of the State Board, of which Governor Pm' hot is the chairman and fifth member Although seven weeks have elapsed since he was fatally stabbed, the brutal murder of Aaron Hunter. 85 vear-old Chester township farmer, remain* us great a mystery today, as It did at the time it occurred Suspect after suspect has been arrested and many long weary journeys have been made bv county detectives running down clues, winch eventually by tadio, to any part of the world Tor prove futile    May Market patrons The program Mr. Hunter, well-known through- got nuclei way this morning and will out Hie county, was stabbed on April continue throughout Hie afternoon when he and his son Ernest, 18, and evening until the final event of pied to drive two Italians from , the award of prises, which includes sn tinter farm. 'Hie intruder* were automobile and various other costly last year. Maximum temperature for picking dandelion* and when the elder and attractive articles, 88, established    in    1904    Hunter ordered them off one of them rn 45, in 1931    ® short heavy set man about 40 year* today was at 5 38 a    rn    and    old. plunged a knife Into Hunter’,* sunset will    Im’ at 8 18 p rn,    eastern    chest The wounded man was taken to the Chester Hospital, where he died OR April IO Immediately after the stabbing • fliers" containing description* of the started to inflate the income tax men, were sent out bv the state police and county detectives arid a thorough Inrestigation started. More than a score of men. most of them Italians, were arrested and questioned, but all of them were released when the son, Ernest, the only eye-witness to the killing, failed to identify them I opicsot J lines daylight saving time Kl POK Is MI SHAND WISS ENG TK AIN KILLS Al I (HHT Hugh M» Master 32 Philadelphia, Continued on Page Eighteen HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (Bv ('tilted Pre**) try Definitely Is on the Fpgrade NEW YORK, Mav 25 'UP' Hie a tory curriculum, made possible thr«e    gold clause in bonds issued by the rile to I fir)?, c mu ^ °tT*a im n^0 iii ? com*    Libby Hotel Corporation was voided pl industrial training s hooh    8    rnurt    Justice    Phoenix    wn* killed today when his automobile Many of the boy* who would have Supreme Court Justice Phoenix ^ gtruck by an ^pmc ,ram fm )hf been paroled from the institution pe-    Ingraham in ruling that the trustee    Normlown    branch of    the Reading taloned judges of various counties    could receive payment of a con de m-    Company    McMaster.    reing    the from which they were committed, for    nation award in currency, and pay    gates open    and failing    to notice    the pet tm. .'ion to remain at the place un-    bondholders with the money    flagman on    duty, drove    Im tar on    Hie Justice Ingrahams was believed to tracks in front of the speeding train. be the first decision voiding the gold clause of bond* since the United States went off the gold standard. Mi Ma bel Buffington, 915 Crosby street today reported to pollee that her husband, John, ha* becall missing Since Apili 14 At the time hp left, he said tie was going to seek employment. and nothing has beet) seen or heard of him since Buffington Is 42 year* old 5 feet 5 inches in height, and weigh* about 134 pound*. He has black hair When he vanished he wa* wearing a gia overcoat over a blue suite And a light cap MEMORIAL DAY PLANS COMPLETE Nearly everyone agreed with the Roo rvelt inflation plan until they Another dispatch from Hollywood says 900 actor* theie havent dona any acting for years. They must ba the fellows we se** in the pictures. The Crime Prevention Association of Philadelphia, recommend* cemeteries as playgrounds for chil-I chert Anc! we alway* looked forward (‘h:**f ( ounty Dele<ilive    N Sn, ti |f)    p.®cfs where one could get rest undisturbed. a ugncd Rac M Kaplan and Churl T Smith, two of hi* HSMtants, to the ca e, and they have been work- ( on! in lied on Page f ighteen til completion of their courses. NKW POSTMASTERS IN ( OI NTT NAMED BILS CH AMD’S FORD HOME NEW YORK. May 25—J UP) —The Edgar s. Thompson, of Upp-r American business Darb ha, ^ appointed arling in general are definitely on the up-    ,    1    "*» grade. Charles M, Schwab, chairman postmaster of that place by Post-of Bethlehem Steel Corporation, said master General Farley, acting on the jcdav in a speech prepared for de- recommendation of fhe D' livery to the American Iron and Steel county Democratic Committee, it was announced today by the Postoffir<> Schwab was forced by indisposition Department to qs<!f speaking when half way Upper Darby is a first-class office Raff. Hit our h lit* address anc! Eugene and pa vs a ye alv '-alary of $3,800, Grace* president of Bethlehem, less the governmental cut which ail fellow, >ufTo!k, Tamerlane, His .mished reading Schwab s speech.    federal employee nave taken, amount- last.    I    feel better about our .situation mg to 15 per cent. • None).    today than I have for many months. Charles Bonner of Glen Riddle, has None).    I fie improvement w hich has come been appointed acting postmaster of (None).    1    l'~-    ------ — — r. S. I Kl ASI Kl BALAN* E WASHINGTON" May 25 INS' Tieasurv balance as of May 23: $373 508.119 96; expenditures $6 820.-466 18, custom* receipts, 115 860448 95 Robert D. Mclver, of Wayne, ha* purchased a house of 12 room.* and 3 baths, with tenant house barn and garage, on a tract of 53 acres, near Chadri* Ford, from Mr* Robert. W Rogers sale at $25,000. Veterans* Organization* Represented af Meeting Held Fast Niuhf AT WASHINGTON PARK 1—Ruth Landolt, Home Rule. 2—Lampblack. Serving Lad Kitty, Printemps, shoot. 3—Playing (in. Predict. Riff Running Mater, Fs*>are. Happy M lid Whitney Follows Morgan After 'J.P. 'Baffles Pecora the Bell Telephone Company a branch in this city, service* of between 1.000 and 1,100 subscriber* in the city and -........ ........- -    the    southern acct Ions of    the county Veterans of three    wars    met    in    the    suffered from the storm.    In the oul- headquarter* of Sergeant Alfred lying district* many trees were blown Stevenson Post No 19*), American down, taking poles and wire.s in their J52^,.property was field for j>gl0n. 227 West Seventh street. Ins' descent Mr. James raid every avail- evening and outlined a program for able man was put to work restoring next Tuesday, Memorial Day, to Hie service early last evening and honor the soldier and sailor dead in worked throughout the entire night the cemeteries    in    this city    and    out-    and    were still oui trying    to restore lying districts.    Hie    service in the area    All other Organizations represented ai the work has been held in abeyance tin-meeting were the Grand Army of Hie iii the .service is restored to all the Republic, United Spanish War Vet- company’s subscribers in the entire elans. Veterans of Foreign Wars, uffec'ed area. Disabled American Veteran:    Anteri-    The northern section of th* county Oratory at 855 a page coct the taxpayer. $2100 for a recent I sue of tho Congressional Record. Now will tho** who have accused congressmen of being dumb please apologize? The man with a brand new' rar must be patient. Maybe by the time ________    he    get*    the    third scratch on it his According to a report issued this    %il1    lrt    hJm l‘,ke 11 for a ^hm* morning by w 8. James, manager of ,nlJ- Telephones, Lights Hard Hit by Storm 7—Eveline F. 8—i None). Meather, clear; track, fast. AT ROMIE 1- -Desert Sands. Jubal. Liberty Oak, Honey Sweet. Dress Circle, »>v»in-lane, Scotch Pepper, Banners Living. ’— Mestys Lad. Replevin. Aly Fergus. 'larch step. Single I ly. Battling Knight, Little M ing. —Eelave, lair '**un. Ulanah. Rush ( rasher. Arab, Chloedair. 4—Cruising. 5—Capsheaf. 6—Argis. 7—Angry Lass. Meather, clear; track, heavy, can Legion,    Polish Legion of Amen-    including Lansdowne. Upper Darby, WASHINGTON, Mav 25- 'INS)—    hi* cash box. the persistent Pecora    can Veterans and Companies B and    Darby, Sharon Hill, Glenolden Nor- ;»bout    ha*    given    us    all    new    hope."    that place bv* Postmaster’""Genera]    11 ,s easier for a camel to go through    extracted verv little.    C, 111th Infantry. P. N. G    wood and other Chester pike town* Schwab,    chairman    of    the    institute, i Farley Glen Riddle    is a third-chus    the eye of a needle than for a rich    The imper ta I vagueness of the oner- Delegations of these organization*    suffered from the storm. About (WO office and pays    a yearly .salary of    man    these days to escape the probe    man of Wall Street—his    obviously    will meet in    the morning at 9 o'clock,    telephones were temporarily put out $1400 minus the    15 per cent cut    °* a    Congress committee. But the    entirely sincere lack of    knowledge    attired In marching equipment, at    of commission. Forces of men have _    ‘    Olympian Morgan escaped today from about a hundred details so painfully the headquarters of the Gland Army been working all night and are still MORF FIN ES    IMPOSED    thf' Senate Banking Committee in-    and heatedly sought by 'he persist-    of the Republic, the Dc hong Man-    working to repair th* cia,mag to the .I fivfj * I.* ie *- 11    q nisit ion at least temporarily. Per-    mg Pecora his    unruffled    composure    ion, Tenth street and Kdgtnont. ave-    pole .aid wires in Ord' i    'hat ,xub- UPON DOG OWNERS    dinand Pecora. .son of a Sicilian im-    and invincible Joviality    were all too    nue, and will go to the Upland Bap-    .scribers can have their    .service re- *    *    ‘    migrant relent!* sly harried the grest much for the inquisitor who had to list. cemetery where military .ervtri •• .‘toted "—  ----aristocrat of finance for the better    contend not only against Morgan and    will be held at the graves of departed    The Philadelphia Electric Company Four owners of unlicensed dogs    part    of three days, but turns now    Morgan's multitude of counsellors    members of    the Grand Army of the    also reported damage done m the were .summoned    before Magistrate    from    the grand duke of the princi-    but against some of the    senatorial    Republic.    upper .section as well as the lower vnnpiQTnwM »    .    Frrc* T- Cooper, at Media, yesterday    paltry of Morgan to the    nobles of the    members of the committee who were    The marchers will be* accompanied    section of the county. This city suf- NOR KIST OWN Pa.. May 25    UP/    and fined $5 and cos's, on 'he com-    coni , in his effort to    establish an    obviously averse to seeing the great    by a firing squad from Company C    fered less from the storm. At the of- Lawrence    Rothenberger.    39-year-    plaint of Joseph R. Springer, agent    oligarchy of the money power or an    man badgered.    I nth Infantry, P N G, who will    flee of the company in this    city it was Old Worcester    farmer, was killed    when    of the State Department of Agricul-    octopus, which reached out its ten- The truth is    that J    P    Morgan's    conclude the ceremonies by firing    said that comparatively    few combe touched an electric wire in    the    lure, who is checking up on dogs    acle* into finance, into    business and    personality, whatever his mistakes    a volley over the graves of veteran*    plaints had been received as to lights ba*emenut of hi* home during    the    without 1933 license tags. The latest    even into government to    establish and    mav have been, or whatever the ar-    They will then proceed to the Chester    being out In homes. Workmen also ram storm that swept this area    last    "victims" of the dog roundup are    maintain it* pow>er From Mr. Mor-    cu&ations against him and hi* house,    Rural cemetery and conduct cere-    worked all nigh' to restore service to nigh' His ann came rn contact with Mark Wilcox. Frank Simcox, Cath- gan. who returns now to New York    -       j    - all affected subscribers in all sections the conduit*    i    trine Wilcox and Frank Rein,    'to gaze into the beautiful eye* ofi ^ Continued on Page Thirttej* c , j -*.*• j.    C'outuuaed on Last Pare * of the county,    i "Four Pow!* Agree on Ten years Peace headline. Why not extend it to IOU years and then celebrate a real Century of Progress? Oiuo law requires all persons served with beer must be seated, but customers seem to be willing to stand for it. There was no crying over spilt milk in Hie recent Wiscon.1 in milk strike, except when sheriff s deputies titre » the tear ga*. Well, it certainly seems Irom th* testimony that Banker Charles E. Mitchell is one of th'v-e fellow* wh* owes a lot to his wife. said. He warned, however, that a sharp increase in the volume of business must be the rfal cure of the depression ' The backbone of this depression Continued on Page Thirteen ILK TRK ITV KNL* FARMER Hie W eather WASHINGTON. Alay 25-UP) — The weather forecast: Eastern Pennsylvania and New Jer-«rv—Generally f3ir tonight and I Tidily, not much rhange iii temperature. Mextern Pennsylvania—I air. cooler near Lake Erie tonight. Friday in-cieu'ing cloudiness, shower* Triday night. TODA VS I EM PI RA II RES 6 a. DI.......62 ll a. rn....... 73 7 a. rn.......62 Noon ........ 73 8 a. rn. ...... 64 I p. rn. ...... 74 9 IO a. a. rn. u«^ii 66 in. T.Z.. TO 3 P. rn. ...... A > VU* 74 ;