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Publication: Chester Times May 27, 1933

Chester Times (Newspaper) - May 27, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NKT PAID CIRCULATION FOR TU KI A I (OKI 38, ENDING DECEMBER 3!. 1932 20,328 FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ★ With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH YEAR—NO. 17.601. LAW TO END GOLD STANDARD ASKED BY THE PRESIDENT Hill Sent Congress Makes All Debts Payable in Ix'gal Tender Move Merely Legal Record of Existing Role; Robbery, Says England Daily Leased Wire Reporuf of United Press (UFI and Internationa! News Service INtfi CHESTER. PA.. SA I I KOAY. AI A! 27. 1933 PRICE, TWO CENTS 25 YEARS AFTER HOUSE PASSES MORGAN INQUIRY INDUSTRY BILL; HALTED AS GLASS BARS SALES TAX AND PECOR A SPAT HITLER LAYS REICH'S CASE BEFORE THE WORLD | .Measure Sets Aside S.'k-lOO,-000,000for Public Wink-; (Joes to Senate Manufacturers' Ix'vy Rejected After Rattle; Vote on W hole Rill, 221 to 7<> Fourth Day of Revelation^ Marked by Rattle Over Coal of Qui/ Investigation to Re Resumed Wednesday ; Utilities Empire Bared WASHINGTON. May 27—President Roosevelt has moved to have the United States, as it was described at the Capitol, declared "off the gold standard by statute.'* The description was given by Chairman SteagaU, of the House Banking Committee, an ho immediately introduced the legislation yesterday It was put before the Senate by Chairman Fletcher of the Banking Committee there, who said it would repeal the ‘gold clauses'* in the act-of 1910, tile Second l iberty bond aet and subsequent legislation, meaning that a1] debts can be paid in legal tender. The President regards that the gold repeal resolution merely makes a legal record of what is an already accomplished fact. He explained that the measure simply would mean that the government would pay in currency rather than in gold. He does not, it was said, regard the step as having any effect on    lean    history the discussions in the London Keo-    a    resident    of Stevenson. Va nomic Conference. In a statement late in the day. Secretary W'oodin declared the purpose of the resolution is to remove any doubt or confusion regarding the legal position of debtors and creditors Another purpose, as defined bv the Secretary of the .Treasury, "is to make clear that future obligations. public and private, shall not contain the gold clause." Wooding statement said the phrasing of the Inflation Law. recently enacted. has raised doubt "whether obligations expressed to be payable iii a particular kind of money, such as gold coin, may be satisfied by payment in other forms of legal tender.'* It was noted that the resolution, as introduced, would be retroactive, and this brought predictions of great production opposition from* Senator McNary, the activity to Republican leader. Senator Glass <D. Va), said the courts would hold the proposal to make all contracts payable In legal tender money unconstitution, "if there is any integrity left in the courts with any regard to the sanctity of contracts." The Virginian, a former secretary of the Treasury, said it would be all right lf the United States decided to go on a paper basis to make all future bonds and currency redeemable in legal tender, but he objected to the phrase "heretofore or hereafter." It would be ‘utterly useless," Glass held. to enact the legislation with 40 I lier cent, of the gold of the world in this country. Many Senate leaders said they understood one of the purposes of the legislation was to further weaken the dollar and to that extent raise W ASHINGTON May 27- After rejecting a general manufacturers' sales tax by a vote of 265 to 137. the House last night passed the administrations 13 300 000 000 public works- ** * railroad and industries control bill 324 to 76 It now goes to the Senate, where the fight for a general sales levy will be redoubled To raise $221,000 000 annually for interest and amortization of the public works program, the House bill increases normal income tax rates— those paid by "little fellowa"-- Irom 4 to 6 per rent on the first $4 000. and from 6 to IO per cent on the remainder. Cash dividends from corporations are made subject to these rates and tile eent-a-gallon gasoline tax is boosted to I * cents Aroused by the sensational dis-rlosure that neither J P Morgan nor (Xrentj t»\« (ear* ago this man was Hie central ll (WW in ane of the most any of his partners paid Federal m-sensatinnal murder trials in Amor- rome taxes the hi t two years, the WASHINGTON, Ma Four days of Senate have revealed J. P. Mc P power unrivalled in with tenaeles of favor! out to politicans. goveri and men of wealth. A polit teal shakeup I many capitol observers aftermath of re vela tim tary of Treasury Wood high in political cont quick profit opportum House of Morgan Th years tiefore W’oodin Cabinet The Bena recessed un! Pecora’s cr Morgan par with them was tnierrur PINCHOT CALLS ON SCHAFFER AND KEPHART TO QUIT Denunciation Directed at Justice* Because of Morgan Dealings Would Remove Them at Once if Me Mad Power; Says Probe Lifts Lid HARRISBURG, Mn 27 <UP In d P red \ M i ne fraught with im ©orta m r to world |vacr I* pi* tin arrow read to Germany’* hastily summoned Reichstag his mrs* President Roosevelt** proposed non-aggression part provided t d lo re as Chancellor \dolf littler (Indicated bv go pledging the Reich's willingness to support rrmanv is given arms parity. Van D em by (at© invest] Wed n< flit til the midst of th Ile is llarrv Thaw, now House adopted an amendment per- United Corporation This pie- milling capital losses to he taken in reived utilities holdin lure was made as Thaw sailed from taxreturnsonlvfortheve.il in which which controls 22 to Baltimore for a vacation in Europe. OI TPI T HIGHER; PAYROLLS RISE Industrial Activity ID to 20rc> Higher Than Year Ago, Survey Reveals incurred, instead of over they were ; two years. I The amendment w : voice vote after Representative Ragon ' D„ Ark », said it has been inspired by Morgan's testimony before the Senate Banking Committee. Ragon said Morgan had bein honest in his tax return was with the law. the electrical eneri he United States, and 22 adopted by the gas propertie This vast Morgan ut iii; irs em starts in the northeastern pal! of country and extends west to Mi gan and south to Georgia Appl mately 55 272.000 persona are in territory served by the network that the fault operating companies at the toy which is United Corporal mi RAID PRINCIPAL RAPPED BY COURT Non-ResidenTs VHempl lo Obtain Reer Permit Denounced ; <liber ( ase* NON PRISON LAR!', (JR ^DAUGHTER CONTESTS WILL WASHINGTON Steady increases better than a indicated toda This month first 30-day pc the depression tcred levels of the prevue New confidence in , May 27-'UPI— in employment and carried industrial IO to 20 per cent r ago. trade advices Transfer of the present 3 per cent A list of bargain buyers sales tax on electricity from cornuto- Corporation stock Is to I ers to producers was ordered in an next bv Pecora. He has di amendment adopted by voice vote. Another amendment required the President, in donating up to $400,- Un evei M Bi led WO W H such list* The united list come out yesterday hut with Senator Glass. Ian Vlr- c Continued on Last Page Continued on Last Page He I atilt md is expected to be the I od since the start of that activity has bet-ycar. future. DARKING BULK STOCKS BOUND UP TO RE ENFORCED IN EARLY MARKET n C mounting payrolls, declining unemployment and rising prices were all believed to have played their part in promoting economic recovery. President Green, of the American Federation of Labor, estimated that 600,000 of the unemployed went back work during April. Thousands iii wen ibless at the end of Continued on Last Page TRANSFER PRIESTS TO OTHER PARISHES 0,000 April. Trade reports reaching the Federal Reserve Board and the Department of Commerce indicate the extent of the current upswing. The Federal Reserve Board's index of industrial __ activity in April tom* 116 per cent. _    .    .    over March, and with one exception Two Chester Ca? hone chute lies were Was at the highest level since Marrh. affected by announcements of cieri- 1932 May is believed to have exes I transfers and appointments thin tended this gain, with activity more week. I he Rev. Daniel L Fee ley has than 15 per cent, above a year ago. been transferred from the Church of Many major manufacturing lndus-St Edmond, Philadelphia, to assist- tries like iron and steel, automobile ant rector at the Church of the nnd rubber have doubled or tripl'd Resurrection of Our Lord. Tenth their output of the early months of street and Highland avenue, this city, the year. Most other indices of gen-The Rev. Thomas J Dovie has been oral trade have equaled or exceeded transferred from assistant rector pro the levels of a year ago when bust-tem. Church of st. Anthony, Third ness was approaching its July low street and Concord avenue, this city. Some of the major indie*- for the to wage a w-ar against all violators, more have been re-employed this beginning next Wednesday. month, although Oreen said trade Mayor William Ward. Jr. today union reports indicated the gain for declared that he wanted the motoring the first part of May was less than public to have ample warning con-half that of April. He estimated 12,- cerning the plans of the police before Complaints About Open Violations Cause Police Officials to Aft The flagrant disregard for parking regulations in this city has reached the point where police have decided day a Cotter $2 a bale gain of yet dipped to 84’a cent French frank and in relation to other Hundreds of issue rrememlous Trading on N. Y. Exchange Breaks Sat-urda\ Records w Win. Davis, Business Man, laeft Estate to Friends; I ndue Influence Aliened Wi d ti Mf Mr. am [hat bv .ho An Mrs. Mr Ute M r. a IHI CX* lits. bene placed th NKW YORK May 27 iKHind-d forward at t huge blocks a added 50 rent I on the 8tocl mg to more thai General Mote yesterday, op^m UP» .Stocks opening to-bought up bale to its aday, the dollai in terms of the bo lost sharply foreign units made new highs e at gains rang- inter it ti Fri Wh clive b ock of and a I inaugurating the campaign. In a recent letter from Pollee Superintendent James II Deaven-port. the mayor s attention was railed 000 shares at 25 to the number of motorists who daily high for two year violate the parking laws, in hopes Initial blocks that some person with a political pull shares upward could or would intercede for them Among them were After several weeks study, Super- IO,POO 8 tis Roebuck, 29 , up I1,, intendent Deavenport noted that and new high 7000 Columbia Go automobiles are parked on the streets IR up 4000 Atlantic Refining, all night, especially in the First ward 23. up 1, and equal to the 1933 high. and Sun Village section. Some of 6000 International Harvester. 39 up »d from IO 10.000 than rice wnen tie agr Hate of I)elii* t if this county. (iftv Year for ii Green. Nn to. Lo the couniv pr • to three years I when she plead and battery 01 Negro, of i cr township the woman an lee pick, it I ye nut of I Acquitted en Iii* second trial, but Mr Him ordered luik to san Quentin I'r iv on me John lo serve out Hie life term awarded at IU the f, his fir*!, lorn Mooney, the country's most puMli'iml prisoner. Is shown as he enjoyed his last meal on the outside Ile is eating rn dish of strawberries and cream on the ferry that bore him from San Francisco. Ret A I. Lit! Ii em. pastor of the Third 1*1 'abv lei IHI i Church, of thin city, trail fled that Mr Davis would not recofi ii/.*- him when Ive made a pastoral r all, Roy Am ire wa, of the contestant of tile wi ii. Mild I e had known the dec*a.M'd for nu re titan 30 years. In the pi tat five Years, Ive /said, he laid never Mircifd •d in talking with Mi Du VIK without the presence of Mr. An hand all Laid it "Hornet in (nigh there " the wit ii said that es he called la no John s testified Mr. Davta* til uid Ii Its J s mouth had odd habit* nti hie •ii'li arui lier on hot day ijpe shook as he The old man la scratching hi* a earing a heavy the wttnr/ui de- i and ti dabbing f Cheat' ll Verdun Kennedy tad stabile but SYKES PERSISTS IN PAROLE PLEA (’our! Will 11 old Mutter I mid* \dvisemcn(; Prisoner I'leads III Health clat E Bar Bnr Mr? tint in th is teallflr< of the First National the Cheet rr-Catn bridge 'Dust Company told of t Ina accompanying Mr nett and withdraw money. interest of $30 wa* wit Ii -Hurly from a savinga ar-• First National Bunk, it , and wa* alway* paid to the streets are so narrow that it would tie impossible for fire-fighting apparatus to pass, in the event a fire should break out on some of tile streets, where parked ears are noted each night. He also observed that the stop sign law a State law. is also openly vio- 26'< 23', and new high, 4800 Goodyear up I., and a new- top for the ;    4000 Pennsylvania Railroad up ■    4000 Montgomery Ward. up -2700 Consolidated Gas Continued on J ast I'agi NO ONE I NJ I RED WHEN ( ARS COLLIDE to assistant rector pro tem. Church latest reporting week showed steel lated daily by hundreds, who use the of St, Elizabeth. Pen Argyl.    production 65 per cent above a year Rev. Doyle suffered a severe ill- ago; automobile output 21 I per cent. ness last winter and has been con- higher; soft coal output 17 per rent. fined so the Misericordia Hospital in higher; lumber production 9 tier rent. Philadelphia for several months, higher and electric power comurnp-Rev. Feeley's appointment follows the tion 3 3 per cent, higher, recent attack of illness sutured by the Reverend A Conway. Resurrection Church, who is present time a patient in Hospital. I WOLFENDEN (HOTS (LAS" TAX PROTESTS streets intersecting Ninth street Morton avenue. Providence avenue and Edgmont avenue, all State highways Beginning Wednesday night all ears found parked in violation of the law will be removed from the street at the owner s expense It is planned I mtinued en Page I mu 200 REROUTED KILLED IN JAR DISASTER TOK IO May 27 < Islands off the roas rocked today bv an e 200 workers were k 1J An automobile Simmons, of Me, aged this morn in collision with a c J Harris, of 304: Philadelphia, al Ninth and Build Harris an en The Bonin plant in this cif on Ninth street. Ila d bt s bai (.'It DeH 1! petition Wits presented to at Media yesterday for the of I) Harvey Syb-n, former of the Fourth ward this f., vVi is serving a six-year to unity prison W, Roger From field Jo mil and Albert Dutton Mi »rd the argument of Jo White, counsel for Syk p FronefiHd anticum: r would Tie held un Mrs Hmipkins, once of Mr Du Mr Davis wa accident seven death, It was I almost com pie ti Attorney Jan sen ted M was rep!' I though in the pres ift d in N trolley years before hts iglu out, and had lost Ills sight I. Rankin repro-Andrews and the estate Ted by Attorneys Elgin I Norman Snyder. MONKA en anoint; ARTISTS CI.KVKK "I call upon .Justice Kephart and Justice Schaffer to resign.' read tho governors statement, released at tho executive office here today. If I had the power I would remova them at once. The people of Prnn-s vl van ta are entitled to courts that are wholly free from the suspicion of secret relations wit ii public utilities, public utility hankers, or the high priests om concentrated wealth.” One of the most shocking revelations in the whole history of public life in this country is to'd in th© newspapers of the last two days." Hist was Governor Pinchers characterization of developments growing out of the ti p Senate inquiry alto the Morgan banking interests. At last the Morgan investigation lets us look under the lid of big busine*. And under the lid are men of power and influence in the Nation and the Hi.'ti taking secret favosa worth large sums of money from Wail Street, from the he »d renter of concentrated wealth in America. "This is how the money power operates a deliberate plan to put men in nil walks of life under obligations. This is the money power in action ** The Governor in his statement did not mention the name of Judg© Thomas J Baldridge, a member of the .state Superior Court, who abo wan listed as a preferred'* client of th© Morgan affiliates, He did, however, Mu ludo the name of a for mer Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Robert Von Mosohziaker. The Governor added: "Under the lid are three Justices of the Supreme Court of Prnnayl- I ‘ontinued on Last rag© SHOWERS, COOLER WEATHER PREDICTED Showers, thunderstorms and somewhat ctMiler weather are predicted in Eastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland. Fair weather is experted tomorrow I lie highest temperature here yesterday was HK degree* at 5 p rn., and the lowest was 70, at 6 a. rn. Th© average of 79 was thirteen degrees it bove normal for the date and thre© degrees above the average May 26 last year. Maximum temperature for t he date is 96. «. ubU/ihed in 1880, and minimum 46. in 1925 Sunrise today was at 5 36 a. rn., and 'unset will be at 8 19 p rn. Eastern daylight saving time. Vin ANOVA LOI.LEGE OFFER Free courses to members of th© g th Hat lug ria . w ho were unable to obtain employment, will be offered next y# ar by Vllianova College It Wits aid today that about 30 senior* will accept the offer. UP I of Japan were (plosion in which proceed!! led or injured The cai w Chester .    _    .    The    victims    were    engaged in under- the Bim rn rn have a towing squad' remove all ground work on an engineering pm- that tin*. lect. CHKSTKK UK,ll GOIT THAM IS WIN NKR Chester High School golfers defeated Nether Providence on the links of the Springhaven Club, yesterday, by a score of 12 '2 to 21 ;• such cars to the municipal garage and in addition to a fine, the owner will also have to pay a towing charge Protesting against the contemplated increase in the federal gasoline tax. T. I).’ DENIES SII ARINI! IN SON’S DEFENSE announced in the Chester Times Thursday, approximately 250 telegrams from this city and environs were received bv Representative James Wolfenden. of this district. Congressman Wolfenden is endeav- aged Both ( Motorcycle arrived on ti arid Slmmoru agreement ii damages, no a Morris, of Chester, made the low oring to an aer every communication. Roosevelt, medal score 0 * Harrison, a Lawrence 9 to played to a tie TO YOH ARA, Saghalin, May 27 • UP 1 Disaster struck this Japanese island for the second time within a week today when 56 miners were entombed by an explosion in the Mitsui colliery near Kawakami. More than 400    far -I,    wcp believed to    * have been    killed in    a forest fire which    Word has    be< today for the speech    made "by    James    swept the island    Wednesday and    headi|uar«ei>    of his    son    in    which    the    Thursday.    The fire was still ragifig    J hod and Full"' Patrolm Hima But lf Ham re ba ( taped n Ma 'h fort' pleaded that pit) ? is proving injuring of Sykes, who weig when he wa* jailed , 1931, and who now lids. Hykes is now no tonger a young rn told tin* Cottif lf- fri 'fit VI \ \ Bl. si XI H I.n I J I oximati neighb t to si WASHINGTON May 27 President Roosevelt disclaimed responsibility no s|>< ( jfic fhv and lie has sh « s petition is si V LOGO of Hyke* rs. who are a* w clemency." sentenced bv Jut ed that der adit) conto Hie led 164 n Jun-weighs ti." the is Mif fing th Carroll, proprietor of a goo at Ninth and Spread a * n t care if he never sees a v ’ customers any more, experience tie had yester-was dufied for $5 by a wax alone when the first walked in and ordered a (Tee, in payment for which cd a $10 bill. While the was sipping ids coffer, an-* walked in and also asked Wa th tilt 86    but as some of them do not contain seal player, defeated the full address of the .senders, a Burt and Newcomb number of Im letters of acknowledg- come taxes score. Burt sinking a merit have bf en returned to him.    The    President pointed out James latter said no blame attached to m oniP section J P. Morgan for failure to pay m- day I ;    hole    to    even    the    Mr    Wolfenden    states    that    he    Is    us more than 21 and speaks    for him-    Treasury balance    a making    an    honest attempt    to    self He said he    has not    seen    the    s.143 «24    948 61 ex pen for    Chester    were,    acknowledge    the    receipt    of    these    younger Roosevelt    for more    than    ten    53944"    Customs    r<    > da>’*    195 38. long putt on the u match. The point scorer Morris, Harrison and W. Ftomoranko, telegrams, but without definite ad-3 each; McIntyre. 2 and Burt I dresses he is unable to do so, and For Nether Providence, Newcomb and asks thai senders of communications Miller were the only scorers, the supply their full address so he can and the latter I. continue his rigid rule of answering and Wistle were all mail of his constituents Mil A-filii BALANI I WASHINGTON Ma / I -'INS 1 ~ May U., v. $6,613,* $17,059 - if fiji members, who re< in the reforestation ar sent to the rantonmc George G. Meade, Mar assigned to duty in cfi Wyoming According they expert, to know d( in which one of Hie tv will begin work Roma , ta, that ■colly enlisted tny and were ut at Camp viand, will be her Idaho or to the report •finitely today to states they former getting I1 Evans. Lawrence blanked. HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (Bt United Press) I.OC AI, GI AKDS.MKN AID (OM.MITTKK Members of Companies B and C 111th Infantry, P N G assisted members of the Memorial Day Committee today in making final arrangements for ceremonies in the Chester Rural cemetery on Memorial Day. MENTAL DISEASE BEER LICENSE CASES INCREASE HOLDERS WARNED World War, Not Dupres- Strict Observance of the Court Imposes Sentences Lar^e Audience Wit ne MOTHER AM) SON GET JAIL TERMS ( iintinued on I afi Cage Al I OMOBILF IV HEI Kl O Foot traffi' on the ejufi .side of Ninth /street between Butler and Ker-lln /street*, wax interfered with for nearly two hour© when an automobile, of the coupe type, wa* driven onto the .sidewalk and wrecked in a collision at Ninth and Butler ^>trre*ji REI KROI S PLAY AREY PRESENTED bion, Speaker Declares at Elvvyn School Meeting The depre/usion haji not increased Law Advised bv < ountv Treasurer nickel sses on Couple for Violation* of Prohibition Law* Performance of “Jethro” fly Cheyney School ( a^f The citizen soldiers help d with the Ih° number of patients sn mental licenser during the coming vaura.n soiaiers ueip.n wan ne hospitals, Dr. Waller Freeman, of St If any of the recipients of beer ce ic fall ... . ,    .    to understand the salient points of Elizabeth * Hospital,    Washington,    tile .state law on the    subject    it will D C. told over IOO members of the    not be because they    have    not been for the special guests and sneakers Anociation of Trustees and Medical "steered right ’ by County Treasurer has    been    erected    at    the    edjre    of    the    Superintendents of    Pennsylvania    William Dukel. na*    ©cen    erected    a    the    edge    of    the    HofipilaLs for Menlal    Disease* and    with each license    that    he final placing of flags and mark on graves of veterans The soldier circle has been roped off and a stand edge circle AT WASHINGTON PIRK 1—Cotton Club, 2—Single Stripe, Jacobs Ladder. Vol-tina, Song Hit, Shoot, Kumar 3—Sweet ( harlot. Mighty Mom. After Bark. 4—None. 5—None. 6—None. 7—None. 8—Sister Zoe Heather, clear; track, he a v; AT BOWIE 1—Meeting Place, William T., Tazewell. Hacky ll., Oregon Fir. Era. 2—Octaroro. Caterer, Broadway Sun, Fairdale. Skirt. Garymarye. Seaton of the recent appointment, of Peter crisis is responsible "    furnish or cive any beverage to any fined hun $100 and en-' pa'-    S Kochan. as justice of the pea^e of Dr E. A Whitney,    chief physician persons visibly intoxicated or -o any The head of the Sorgi    family Al- •’ IneandeM-ent.    Eddystone, was made yesterday at the of the Elwyn school, was host to the insane persons, or to any minor    fred. wa. conspicuous by his absence I    Silverdale, Ilchester. Cantoria,    courthouse In    Media The appoint-    delegates who came from all parts    "Have rooms where beverage are    Judge Mac Dad' tot    rig "deported’’ ladino. Briar Blue. Porter- Bream,    men: was announced e Vera I days    of the state to attend the semi-    cmd.    at all time . .able and ar-    1 im to Philadelphia    on Ii. last ap- .    U.utto Percha, Vanderpool.    ago. Th* new    office: will receive his    annual meeting The -'-..won stared    cen tole    to the ;se and arrotnna-ua-    pea ranee at Med .a    The elder 8<i*gt 5    None    off-la: -cal ‘    day ar.ct will .mme-    at IO o'clock, when Dr Whitney and    non of    the general public licence    is obeying the co ir    edict, it wa re- 6—None.    diarly begin his dune- pi hi* home .     I     ;      — d Hf h The Sorgi family, long a thorn Im The unusual appet the Sid* of the local judiciary, bobbed    evening in the pre up in court again, yesterday, but did of ‘ Jethro,*’ by the student not fare a* well as usual.    Cheyney State Teachers' Cc "You arr a nuisance, even in Mar- the Douglass Junior High cus Hook, where you have to go to Seventh street and Central great lengths to be considered a It was giAen for thr Negri Regular drills of Coni nan ie* R md Begets, at their sixtieth semi-annual Treasurer"'Dick el'*'will"hand out* a    A,Jfrt    Dutt™ Mac Dade Clinic of Ch«s;.-r a brunet «riii “L ™?!?S meeting, held at the Elwyn Training    printed letter of brief excerpt., of the    told Mr Rost    8°rgt. as he . emceed    Pennsylvania Iuben ular A* School, yesterday.    law. The letter warns retailers to    ^ ^ rr,f    from four months to    Clos#? to a thousand person "The World War still remains the    "maintain no bar at which beverages    three years in    the county jail, and to    the spacious hall and thrilled    at    th< greatest factor in increasing the are served., other than a legitimate Pa> a fine of $500 and costs    high-cla ■ performance given by the number of patients in mental hoe-    lunch counter." Warning is given to    fi°n and    fi'‘lr tfi* Sorgi clan,    accompli    hid    group of    amateur pita I*." Dr, Freeman said, ‘‘and a1-    “make no sales between the hours    Tony,    age 22. was likewise denounced    actors though the number of patients In all    of 12 o'clock midnight of any Satur-    a *pw fronds later, when Judge Mac-    “Jethro" is the brain child    of    the hospitals for mental diseases is In-    day and 6 o'clock of the following    Dade    gave him    from three months to    pre .-idem    of    the    rji-vney    Teachers* Formal ratification by the county creasing. I do not think the economic    Monday morning,’’ and "do not .scil    three    years in    the county Jail and    College Dr Le    ne    Pinckney Hill The t and all additional music with the option of the Negro spiritual songs. Howard lunch wa .streets. d( ' big mot after an day He couple of Howard cup of co he pro fie I customer other mar for a nip of co flee, tendering a $5 bill in payment, The first customer had taken all Carroll s small change, so Carroll I asked to be excused while he went to a nearby gas station to get chang** for the $5 As tie reaches the door the first . customers called to him. saving I jean change it for you" Carroll gave turn th* $5 bill in exchange for five one. Then the obliging one added 'Give me back by $10 bill and Iii aivr give you this $5, /lo you will have $10 change. It was agreeable to Car-, roll who saw hts mistake after the two Jim-flam artists had departed. COUNTY WOMAN HELD IN (THUD’S DEATH NORRISTOWN. May 27 Running across the street to her home. Peggy , Detailer, 6, of DeKalb pike, Washington Gardens, three miles north of: here, was killed by an automobile early last night, The child was rushed to M* gomery Hospital but died sh© after being admitted. The driver of the automobile. Virginia D, Cloak. 24, of Marlborough rd . Upper Darby, was arrested. The dead girl was the daughter of Mrs. Viola W Detwller, who has one other child. Her husband, an advertising man in this city. died about two years ago I epics of J inics Memorial Day speakers spoke at most of the ac tux) la yesterday. They weren't ail old soldiers, but most of 'em could tell old jokes. lh ad w here they plan to build houses of rubber. Tills should bo just the tiling to please so many country correspondents who say. "So-and-So has Just been blessed with a bouncing baby." It now begins to look that J. P. Morgan's idea of the forgotten man was the f< How who is assigned to collect Income tax, The order issued to the gobs that no iii lug will tie tolerated in th© U S N in future probably left a lot of the 5-hitch men speechless. A local us slant rector’s car wa* struck by a woozy hit-run driver th© other night. That should make him step on the gas rn the pulpit next Sunday morning. One religious denomination has decided to omit the word "obey" from iu marriage ceremony. Just as if it made any difference* ' Bootleggi rs Make Big Profits * reads a headline Well, who would have thought it??? One thousand in this county have asked for a license to sell beer. Not t- Including, of course, the 1000 who sold it before it became legal. * 11 v Bom*' poor goof has advocated « "Poetry Week." “Making things vers© and verse." says Harry Smith, the big comedian? I he Weather C will not be held on Monday and Tuesday evenings next week. and the members will receive drill credit for their participation in the parade and cemetery ceremonies. RATIFY APPOINTMENT ition. packed D SUB — WEATHER WASHINGTON, May 27— I Piffle weather fore«a>t: Eastern Penn- 11 \I.L PLAYER ll I It I L. Trev Weidner. 427 I>akyne avenue, Ridley Park, employed in a drug to e ti ti. ? bonn.zn wlu'.e paving >'lv.inia and New Jersey: Generally baseball in per Huson Park last night, fair tonight and Sunday preceded by Uttered an injury to his left leg, local thundershowers this afternoon when another player fell on him, or early tonight in south portion breaking both bon*1 in the limb. He slightly cooler tonight. Western Pennsylvania:    Generally fair tonight and Sunday except probably local thundershowers Sunday wits taken to Taylor Hospital COOK STOVES NEEDED J—None. at 1304 East Tenth street, Eddystone. C ontinued on Last Page Continued on Last Cage I Continued on Lait Page Several requests have been received 'Marseillaise" and The Volga by the Chester Relief and Family Boatman" were written by the edu- Welfare Society, from clients, for oil calor.    cook stoves. Donation of stoves to The presentation was drama of , the society will be appreciated and the highest sort, it was pageantry anyone wishing to be of assistance may call the headquarters of the so-C ontinued on Last Page » ciety. afternoon in south portion, little change in temperature. TODAY’S TEMPLR ATI RES 6    a.    rn 68 IO    a    rn.......74 7    a.    rn.......68    Ii    a.    m 75 8    a.    rn. 70 Noon     ........ 78 9    a.    m   72 ;

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Publication: Chester Times

Location: Chester, Pennsylvania

Issue Date: May 27, 1933

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