Chester Times, May 31, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - May 31, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE . 10N TU S. ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1932 20,328 FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ★ With All Latest and Best New* of the Day 57TH VEAR—NO. 17.607. Dally Leaded Wire Report* of United Pre** and International News Service (IN5» (UP) ll S. MISSION TO LONDON PARLEY SAILING TODAY Representatives Going to Economic Conference, Headed by See. Hull Six in Official Party; lo Seek World Pacts on Trade Revival WASHINGTON, May 31~*UP» — Armed with detailed instructions from President Roosevelt. America's representatives set out today for the London Economic Conference to bargain with other world powers for international agreements to foster trade revival. Five of the six official American delegates, accompanied by a retinue of experts and advisers, left for New York by special train, and will sail in mid-afternoon on the liner President Roosevelt. The sixth delegate. James M Couzens, multi-millionaire former partner of Henry Ford and Independent Republican Senator from Michigan. will sail next week, reaching london just before the conference opens on June 12. Only Republiran on the delegation. Couzens yesterday j accepted Mr. Roosevelt's last-minute invitation. Also appointed yesterday was Ralph W. Morrison, retired banker of San I* Antonio, Tex. The other delegates | are Secretary of State Cordell Hull. chairman; former Governor James M. Cox, of Ohio, vice chairman; Senator Key Pittman, of Nevada, chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, and Rep. Samuel D. McReynolds. of Tennessee, chairman of the House Foreign Relations Committee The United States will press at London for two things principally: Stabilization of currencies, whose fluctuations now hamper world trade, and lowering of tariffs, import restrictions and other similar commercial barriers. Barred from the London Conference. but perhaps holding the key lo its success or failure, is the problem of war debts Pick of Federal Agents Worked Here On Racket Probe It was learned today that the pick of the federal agents, who were instrumental in securing evidence against Al Capone have been working quietly in this county for several months, seeking evidence on alleged graft rings and rum combines. It Is even stated they interviewed D Harvey Sykes, in jail. and that he ‘blew the works". Tills has been denied by some of Sykes’ intimates. Sykes had repeatedly threatened that he would tell all he knew about the inner workings of vice and rum rings unless his political friends came to his aid and helped him obtain his liberty. Chet A Keys, special deputy United States attorney general, has been assigned to prosecute the cases, which are experted to develop after indictments are prepared and the U. S Grand Jury makes its presentment June 12 in Philadelphia. HYPERION WINS ENGLISH DERBY King Salmon Comes in Second, Statesman, American-owned. Third King George Big Winner EPSOM DOWNS May 31 -'UP* —Among the jubilant thousands who won monWv on the heavily-backed Hyperion in today s derby was King George himself, it was understood. The king was said to have drawn Hyperion in the rich Marlborough Club Sweepstakes The amount he won was not known. Continued on Page EPSOM DOWNS, Eng . May 31— *INS» —In honor of the family the classic was named after. Lord Derby's While the London Hyperion won the English Derby here today. King Salmon was second and (TROUP OF SQUATTERS Statesman one of the three Airier- ORDERED TO MOVE    by Lord Woolavington. failed to place, but it was a bad day for the bookmakers as Hyperion ruled second favorite in the advance betting. Lord Durham’s Scarlet Tiger was fourth. The stirring test of approximately a mile and a half over the ups and downs and turns of the difficult course was run over a hard ti ack A general eviction of ".squatters.’’ occupying cabins on city property at the foot of Rcaney street, has been ordered by police, following a holiday squabble between two of the families who have been living on the mud-flats. The argument was climaxed yesterday morning when a woman who CITIZENS PAY LOVING TRIBUTE TO WAR DEAD Impressive ( eremonics \re ('onductcd in the Two Local Cemeteries Parade Preceding Exercises Delayed for Short Time by Rainfall Rain threatened for a *imr to halt the Memorial Day parade yesteroay afternoon, heavy showers delaying the start for over a half hour. When j the line of marchers finally got un- | der way, they were forced to .-top j twice because of heavy downpours. On Third street, several of the ; older veterans dropped lrom the ; ranks and with others were taken 1 into cars. The thousands cf watchers I I lining the sidewalks along the mute were also forced to seek cover The Grand Marshal of he parade was Louis B Lomax Civil War vet- I eran of Marcus Hook His aides were Captain Charles Busher. .1 the po- t lice department; H M Cheetham, of the United War Veterans; R. O. Be rip w, of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. Post 1521; Howard Nixon, of the Emmertz-Mullin Pon, 921, Veterans of Foreign War*; Philip Oglesby, of the Disable! American Veterans; Dixie D Dryden Stevenson American I egion Past. No 190; William R Boyd. Chester City American Legion Post 390. and J. Ho.o-•.vezyk. of the Polish Legion of American Veterans. Post No. JI. A platoon of police headed the , parade and was followed by the massed colors, a band and the grano marshal and his aides. Si ivivois of the G. A. R. riding in automobiles, were n. xt in line, The Gold Star Mothers were In cars directly behind the G. A R group Mayor William Ward. Jr. wax In the next ear. and following in cars were Chief Clerk of the General Assembly at Harrisburg E. F. White; Charles J Ward, president of the West Find Business Mens Association Tile Reserve Officers of the Army and Navy headed Companies B and C, 111th Infantry, Pennsylvania National Guard. Captains Frank Itow-sky and Peter S Kochan were in command of the guardsmen. Lieutenant Fdmund Lynch Camp. No. 94. U. S W. V., the Lvnch-Brush Past. No 1521, V. F. W*. the Em-mertz-Mullln Post, No 921. V. F. W Continued on Last Page COUNTY BOXING SHOW HALTED CHESTER, PA,. WEDNESDAY. MAY 31, 1033 SCENE OF DARING PRISON BREAK PRICE, TWO CENTS MORGAN INQUIRY BARES THIRD LIST OF STOCK BUYERS Woodin, Davis and Others Permitted to Put-chase United Corporation Securities at Bar-gain Prices Paid $75 a Share Traded Them in at $99 Each I'ecora's Method of Procedure Backed by Com-mittee Vote Before Probe of Bankers Is Resumed by Senate Group George H. Howard, Utility Head, on Stand WASHINGTON’, May linen! persons permittee Morgan & Co., at bn \ view of lite ’'tate Penitentiary, .it I .inning. Kaunas, from which ll ie Harden Kirk Prather and three prison gu.i lets aped, taking o it I HOSTAGES FREED BY CONVICTS WHO FEED KAN. PRISON Warden, 2 Guards and 3 \\ omen Were Seized in ( ommandeered Autos Prisoners Had Guns; Re belled af Prison Baseball (tame \ art! CAPH KLD W AKIU S Kirk Prather, warden of the state Penitentiary, who was taken an h(,stage by the est aped convicts, then released. Pit III It Okla., May 31 — (INS) — l ive est aping convicts from the Kansas State Penitentiary held up a filling statine near here early today and kidnaped Jeff Weatherby, at a (ion attendant, atter robbing lite station of a tank full of gasoline and $10 Weatherby was released fifteen miles southwest of here a short time later. Ile identified Wilbur I nderhill as one of the men. LANSING. Kart, May 31 <UP» \n invalid woman and two girl*, the ast of six hostages seized by a banc if state penitentiary convict* who eg-•aped yesterday, were released todav .MOTORIST ADMITS HIT-RUN ( HARGE Paul Griffin, 30. of Boothwyn, who police say confessed to being a hit and run driver, wa* held in IMO ball for a continued hearing when arraigned before Magistrate Mlrharl A Honan In pollee rourt today. Wilbur Underhill, serving a life Griffin was arrested early this term for murder, who led Hie escape morning at .Seventh street and Confront the prison.    cord avenue. by Patrolman Talbot, a 31 — (UP)—Tho third list cf to purchase securities through •gain prices was made public today in the Senate Morgan inquiry. Hie th rid preferred list was in the stock of United Corporation, a gigantic public utilities holding company. In the United list were Norman Ii. Davis, William If. Wool I iii and others who have figured in the previous citation which grouped favored buyers of Alleghany Corporation and Standard brands stock. it was revealed that the Knifed Corporation paid $73 per sn the units were thrown on the ma they were trailed in at each. quick profit of $24 per unit to any of the list who sold at that time. United Corporation preferred closed Monday at $35. The common stock closed Monday at IM H. I Th** United Corporation llxt wi pl* fermi purchasers of *e for the stock. When vet January 16, 1020, made possible a I IN PIL ISON HULAK made public by Ferdinand Pecora, conn <M, aller Pecora a tactic* in thy Morgan Investigation had been upheld in a secret session of the Senath Hanking and Currency Committee. The session was forced by Senator Glass, Dem., Va, who complained that he had been left In Ignorance of the objectives of the inquiry. George H Howard, president of United Corporation, was the witness as the second week of the inquiry BEER LICENSES BEING ISSUED half liour after Kteplien Oliver, 214 begin I Derwln street. Merlon, told police htu ' Woodin now Secretary of Tremurv ear had been struck and damaged by wa,s on tU(st for j ,H)0 sharM. I Market    ^    11 McAdoo now Um^ i3t4itea Mark t Mr et*, the driver tailing to Senator from California, wa* listed for stop 25G share*; John J. Kaxkob, at that *wt undrr Kiwi mr.th-r .end,non. fired blank cart ndftw. in the ueneral Th(, WMther „.arm hu, ,n,pr. mittent cloud the sun. Tile field of 24 thoroughbreds was unusually well-behaved Lit the poet and were sent away in good oner. The Prince of Wales and Prir.ce George arrived a few minutes before the start. Selene. Hyperion is a direction of a Mrs. Alexander Rash and Mrs. Rash's son. Alexander, Jr. Both families appeared in police court this morning and the story was told in minute detail bv Mrs. Rash, who Insisted on having the floor, no matter who was called upon to testify. The origin of the trouble was over a garden, which Mrs. Shipman cultured, but which wax ruined bv someone throwing scalding water on a flower bed. Mrs. Shipman Is alleged to have accused her neighbor of destroying the garden and. in retaliation, Mrs. Rash prevented Mrs. Shipman from using a boardwalk which passes both cabins, but which Mrs. Rash claimed as her private property, as "I bought own,, marp it from Roy Stewart " Stewart was *ma11- wirl coIt wlth whit<* and in court, but refused to testify, claim- ^as smooth action, galloping close to mg. "I have enough troubles of my the ground. own without getting in this mix-up.” Hyperion proved himself far su-The long drawn-out case was pcrior to his field, winning by four settled by Magistrate Honan puttting lengths in an easy canter, members of both families under a King Salmon was a length in front of Statesman, with Scarlet Tiger beaten off Hyperion was 6 to I in the betting, King Salmon was 7 to I and Statesman 20 to I The officially corrected time was 2 34 seconds, a new Derby record The -    old    record    of    2    34    2-5    was    set    by Call A pa hot ic scene was enacted In jjov ,n J927 and equaled by Fclstcad police court this morning when the aged father of William Wilson. 38. of East Twenty-fourth street, testified against him With tears streaming down his cheeks, the parent told Magistrate Honan that his son was continually intoxicated and made life miserable for his relatives. Wilson was sentenced to serve 30 days in the county prison and as he was be A special open-rir amateur boxing show sponsored by the Gavel Club. of IJrexel Hill. and scheduled for June 2. has been ca nee led by surprise ac-oceasiona'lv obscured Hon of the Upper Darby township Board of Commissioners in refusing to grant the club a permit. The members of the club, which include many prominent political workers In the Drexel Hill section, expressed great surprise and eonxidrr-able indignation, when informed that the commissioners, at a special ad- Lord Derby’s victory was the third for the House of Stanley, which Joined *esslo«i. had vetoed their refounded the race The 12th Earl of    ^nr a Prrm,t Derby won it In 1787. eight years after I he show was to be staged on the the inaugural. The present lord 8r°dnd* of the Craftsman f lob, on Derby won it with Sansovino in 1924 Garrett road, Drexel Hill. and accorcf-Hyperion is beautifully bred for 1I1*’    Mathews, chairman of the the Derby, being by a champion, ''^wr}s committee of the club. rosi-Gainsborough. out of Lord Derby’s    whose homes face the club, were TRUCE SIGNED IN CHINESE-JAP WAR Agreement Ending Hostilities Reached at Tatigku After Conference Word Wi w arr oflSc o kill In nutineers la liger of aptivex. Warden flashed immediate of four states to 1 ‘ search for the fl iw that there I* (Minding their him to Applicant for Seven Stars Refill Kiri I aw" The VV. TOK IO M; wax signed fc China and Jaj pounced SUF Okla Wamr s City I cr. Lo 17, I et free of WI n. M rather and Sherman ani •d last night 1 M. the ill ii The bond of $100 to keep the peace until the evaeuation is executed. PATHETIC SCENE IN POLICE (OCRT visited and lent their approval to the r flair. The motion to refuse the permit wax made by Commissioner John T Braman, and seconded by Commissioner Elmer Meslin. Mr. Bratina ii Agen stated that he had received several Tang complaints from "residents of the neighborhood, who objected to th0 show.” SHANGHAI. inese and Cli tru( ted GIRL MOTORIST, ZIG-ZAG DRIVER Mary McCorkell, 21, of Lima. wa* arrested this morning on the Baltn more pike, in Springfield, by Patrol* ATI RAI TI VE (LARDI NS Community gardens, which have taken thp place of lots overgrown by weeds, are now beginning to show signs of producing crops. Gardens at Sixth and Pusey streets, Second and Broomall, Second and Norris and on each side of Tilghman street, between the Pennsylvania Railroad company's tracks and Ninth street, are all well advanced for cultivation BUSINESS OFFICE HOI RS agreed on in north C timet todftj rep gku where ncgo going on since yesU The dispatch sal provided for es ta blit tral zone below the ( would be pa frolic* Chines* force The terms of th learned, included ti an esc authorities t drawal of Chinese line stretching from Tungchow and Vent The Japanese wi! mission to carry out sauce flights to see live up to their pr* * 31 *UP> J. military lead ending host iii! ll a rn., (Ch >pon Dernpo N( a dispatch lr nations had tx d the Annist hmcnt of a n* J real Wall. wh convict* whc escape, arrlvi nii’ht and 1 eight.” BrandLshin they forced them a mea! Having eat rh*’ home bv Mrs Wood at the farm anion police J Wood, Of n Can, the invalid, her *• Wood 17 and donee " nerly of iflggin, Tex , H nharmed at the farm- if im New, two and one 11 h of Pleasanton, Kan A md their captors, five a muscled in” on the 11 at the New farm last * (landed “supper for razors and revolvers, j* Irs New to prepare •*’ ’ bacon and eggs , the convict* isolated *-* it t ing telephone wi nd the gin* remat ome all night. Pl ere notified of lf hn^nMh!!*!    <hK    7    l*me chatrn’ar' of the Democratic Naan excel lent description of** the ve-    Committor,    wa*    (town    for 2.500 hide, Which wa* Immediately flashed 'M’lers, nn the tut. lwriuH* „    ,    ..... r,    .    Jo Pamdrnrn on beats and in etui*- John J. Perming and Charles A Lind- Hotel, \ illume Green, Is ‘nK c*f'    p:vi(1'nr    of thP j!Tlp.a. bergh, both on a previous liar and J. I |,    •.    found on tile iron of the Booth- |frnry Korobark. Republican National ted Permit _ |wyn motorist* machine. [share*. Edgar Riduutl w    r j 400 shnres. Rickard was administrative assistant to Herbert Hoover in several war and post-war organizations, includ-1 lug tile Belgium Relief Commission. During the Hoover administration .    ,|    ...    *    .    ...    Rickard was a    frequent visitor at tho lug the Giant Market, on West    Ninth    while House street, paid into the city treasury a    Two former under-serretarte* of sum approximating 11600,    which    state, Robert R    Olds, Republican, and represented bark taxes and    for the    ^*AkL. Polk,    Democrat, were dated for 500 shares    each. erne    for    the    place    was    non-payment of which, the Giant    charles D Hiller. Republican Na- * party    owners    in    Village    Market was closed    this morning by    i tional Committeeman New York wa* Constable .Samuel    Wheaton, acting    down for j ooo shares’, Mrs 8 Parker noon    hour    today,    Treas- |    on orders of Dr. 8.    P Gray. tax col-    | oupert, wife of a Morgan partner who was formerly agent general or om mission, wa* wyn motorist’s machine rn, , mark'd th. HAUK TAX KS PAIIX of •w>hc.Hon, (or bw MARKUT REOPENS issued today by County           - During the noon hour today, Attorney James A Cochrane, reprrsent- I. LOUI Hotel P been e Ma Bt Villai f Wtllta e est a id i Brot* DiekeJ ’Die apii fide in the name JU* for the Seven age Green Hhe ain Marcus, who bushment about gainst Issu- I Roosevelt’* amaas down for 250 a Ap* ieh sal * truce, It was e right of Jap-) inspect wlth-troops behind Nlngho through lung also have perform! reform*; -ha* the Chinese ne ( \ it It ll It-. IO "I I mg marched back to a cell his father !,i,n Wc sock Olathe Clifton Heights grasped his hand and sobbed out a goodbye. John Cordon. 43. who Is also a resident of the First Ward and a special deputy sheriff, was arraigned on a charge of drunkenness. He was arrested yesterday by Patrolmen Starr Gordon was held for investigation. Ail the Times n Chester and Delaware been invited to a privat Beginning tomorrow, June I. the business office of the Chester Times will close at 6 p, rn except on Sat-barracks, State Highway Patrol, on urdays. when the closing hour will bo . the charge of driving an automobile * P nu. thus schedule to be observed 2 ,,1    ,a while under the influence of liquor during the months of June. July and EL..L _„ac Wessook arrested the girl after August watching her drive zig-zag fash- u ll 11 1 boys HOM! FROM CONVENTION ion on the highway, and took her to the office of Dr E. Kenneth Wolfe, of Media. who. after an examination, pronounced her under the influence of alcohol. Following the physician's examina-Rev. Louis J Velte, pastor of the Hon, Mary, who is a striking blonde First Baptist Church and Mrs Velte. was arraigned for a hearing before !> > ..„    ||:m    L’Piim    /i,,.. have returned to their home, 340 West Magistrate William Morgan, of    u*-* finn * • Dill Vfuarrv Seventh street, from Washington. Springfield, who held her in the sum D C., where they had attended the of $500 bail for the grand jury. Be-Northern Baptist Convention, w?hich mg unable to furnish security, she closed yesterday. The convention was taken to Media Jail bv Constable brought together the Baptists of the Joseph Sapp, of Springfield. 12-YEAH-0I.I) (URI. SAVES BOY’S LIFE Lake After He Had Been Injured in Fall Sixth and W The boys will a,* culatlon depart men 7 30 tonight and p hlbit In a body. pap* county have twine of * now being exhibited Whaling Company at sh streets mble at the Grot the Timex at greed to the ex- When the hosts not to af ence in t "lf you w e 11 pop flared All rent After h could not house, She re I Mrs Mar th»‘ two g The gir Hotel, and I tborities on desperadoes, After hu w and into Okl the fugitive P.afher retui J* lrf* they told Vw and his wife report their presto head* OU*Bide, the ringleader de- i the houae all night •rienre, Mrs Wood >ved from the tarm- leetor for cliv «nd school taxes. The Giant Market owners are i ^ Reparation* tenant* in the building, but under I lixit^d for 250 units a State law, were liable for a per-j jjftVL* President an nan ..ii explained.; baaxador to Europe ■ the total number of applications After several notice* had been sent chares md the remainder will b** disposed I to th* owner of thr building, without Henry E Maehold former speaker >f as quickly a* possible    result*, Dr. Gray ordered a persona! 0{ the New York Assembly wa* listed 1 ‘^Application is being given at- levy. Tile money du<* represented for 3 o(>0 units: R ll Mellon 3 00Q- iv Assistant District Attorney j school taxes for 1911 and school and charles E Mitchell, at the time head of the National City Bank, 500; A H. kid was a busy official and ■rn [winted to approximately se* tieing Issued by the time In the office is concluded for The number Is about one- j son a I total numb remainder ten C Ar( euurr allied under the rare of (ret New. while New and Is went to Pleasanton w 1 nt to the Commercia! New conferred with au-piam for pursuit of the .•lid ride through Kamas a horn a ax the captive of convicts. Warden Kirk rned today to the prison jmpanym y John i men rn wrere an and I, two A. ( onUnued on Page Eleven Biff Reputations Seen Stake as Beearn Proceeds hum Kraft, Jr., for the district attorney’* office, a rlase check-up being made of all conviction* for liquor law violation* during the past lew About one-third of the application* have been found defective in that incomplete description* of properties have been given, and there being m*v-* nil difference* noted a.s to w hether the license is for tile applicant named, or for persons represented bv th* applicant. DOLLAK SLIGH I I V OI » PA HJS, May 31 HJpi The dollar was off slightly today. opening weaker a* '21 22 francs 4 71 cents per franc) and strengthening to < lor e at 2126 <4 70 cent*) compared to yesterday** close Of 21 31 '4 ti') centai. MITCHELL TAX CLAIM ATTACKED I . S. Attorney Disputes It as 't rial of Ex-Banker Is Resumed city taxes for 1932. Immedinteh upon the payment of the money at ii 45 p in, this afternoon, the market wax re-opened. SHIPPERS, TRUC K OWNERS TO MEET ( ontinued on Page Eleven I opicsof Times A meeting of shippers of this vi- No promoter likes to see rain on the night he stage* fight*, sea Ia»iper- ...... ...    .    -    Ville    Leu, But it’* nice for the fighter tinily will be held at the Chester Club w.,10 dl.rldes t0 tak,. a div^ lr the tomorrow evening, where they will ring. diaruvi their problem* with a repn National guardsmen parading hero vt tardily stood for ten minutes in % heavy downpour. That’* one way of acing ail wet. sentative of the Public Service Commission, concerning certain pharc* of truck tramixjrtation, having to do with the issuance of certificate* of convenience. 'I'he Delaware county branch of the Pc my Ivan ta Motor Truck Association will hold a meeting at the same place Friday evening to hear a P. 8. C official outline the requirements for a certificate and there also will be a representative of the State Association, Hie certificate* are necessary to for"bargains. transportation in thi* state and in-,    __ tent ate hauling    I    a man in    Delaware didn’t speak: for ll years. The dispatch failed to state whether or not hts wife stopped to give him a chance. Half of the telephones in the wor-4 are rn the United States And half 1 of the one.s who use em have a tim* paying for em. Tile depression has cut the prie* of funerals In Japan to the low pm* of $2 40. People there are just dying A woman in argument here yesterday whipped out a revolver and shot at her neighbor She only used North and the South and was attended by more than 7000 delegate? Nearly 5000 of this number repre sented the northern district. HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (Bv United Prexv) AT THORN! LII f E 1—None. 2—None. 3—Thunderdrop My Kitty. 4—Valaince. 5—Battle of Killiec rankle 6—None. 7—None. Weather, cloudy; track, fast AT WASHINGTON P\RK I — ' None). I—Genipa, Polios Pride. 3—Prince ,»ulieman, Sid Lea. Kie-vette, Golden sun. 4— None). 5—Mad Wind. ti—After Dark. 7—(None . 8—Active American. Bill. Nob. Weather, clear; track, fast. Helen Bonsall. 12, of 5513 Sansom F WR WR \ THUR    street. Philadelphia, is the heroine of .%iiv n.t 1 nniv    he.- neighborhood today, following a FORECAST FOK AREA plucky feat yesterday when she saved a boy companion from drowning in -- an abandoned quarry hole near Balti- Generally fair weather is pre- more pike in Springfield township dieted today and tomorrow, with not The boy, who almost lost his life much change in temperature, in East- is Robert Greer, ll. of 237 South tern Pennsylvania. New Jersey, Del- ithan .vreet, who sustained head aware and Maryland    lacerations and a fractured wrist The highest temperature here yes- when he lost his footing on the brink terdav was 80 degrees at I 45 p. nu, of the quarry and fell into the water, and the lowest was 65. at 2 a rn. The hts body striking a boulder, average of 72 was five degrees above The children were part of a large normal for the date and ten degrees group of West Philadelphia families, above the average May 30 last year, who were holding a picnic near the Maximum temperature for the date quarry The children derided to go WASH I NO TOL Tucked aw*^B INS in the (lit if* DI! ack Ferdinand I cora ni ver UA sight, Mi ce stock* of ready for the fuse* to which ma j r blow tile * from so im*1 (if the lambent hale swellest reputations in H; bia, Happy I and Wrapped in thc.se tick powder is (vid< na of u evasion* on the pan of hip gent plutocrats w ho t ' f,nr bilked Uncle Sam with un. while plain, ordinary c:Uzen for the baby's shoes and to boil, as the courtly and capable George Whitney can testify with upraised right hand Borne of the gentlemen who are to be hailed be -for** the Senate Comm)*tee on Currency and Banking to explain why their income tax returns were alway.* in the ret about the gaging d* liners or 1 moors or stand, or and sacra ihf to Keep root over their heads, were shelling um[[       w    out their hard earned cash to needy is 94. j'ft^hlished in 1895, and mini- swimming in the excavation, which ^n.CiP. had been filled by recent heavy rains. were traveling and in private cars or en-luxe suites on European tooting grouse on Scottish running racing .stables, ood, for all that was noble met in the pantheism of American {Keltics and Industry Some of them are the very sacred cows and holy bulls of the American capitalistic system. But Mr. Pet ora, as he calmly inserts rings in their noses and gets ready to lead them to the shambles, asks himself why they were so tingy with Uncle Sam and so liberal UPi U. I Muds I of Char! former a com-rGurn mum 42. in 1884    bad been filled by recent heavy rains.    I And if anybody thinks that thi Sunrise    today    was    at    5.34    a    rn ,    Helen, a strong swimmer, was the    Pecora person, who    is becoming and sunset will    be    at 8 23    p.    rn    , East-    first in. She shouted to her play-    more and more of    a menace to em daylight saving time.    mates that the water was fine Then banker* wuth little things on their Robert attempted to follow, but met1 conscience, isn't going to arach the with their own privat*- pleasures, and !    with the mishap mentioned He was    fuses, without benefit    of clergy or    why    so    many    of    them    burned    incense almost unconscious when his body    Carter Glass, that somebody has an-    in    the    Temple    of    Morgan    and    in struck the water and unable to aid    other think cornin NEV/ YORK. May 31 District Attorney George today attacked the Gain E Mitchell that the $666 666 67 hi received from a National City Company management fund in 1930 wa? "not income ' Through Frank W Black. Mitchell partner wTio md^d puling Mitchell’* 1930 tax Medalie showed that an "err been made in the return, b another $15.99738 received fl City Bank Farmer* Tru w’aa listed as coming lr tional City Bank This sum was included in the tax return as income, although it. too, was a part, of proceeds from a management fund.” The defense claims that Mitchell was legally UNLICENSED DOGS REING ROUNDED UP A round-up of unlicensed dog* In this city was planned today by Joseph blank cartridges. Chances are sh* R. Springer, of Chester county, State thought it wa* Fourth of July rn-agent operating In this section. The    °* Memorial Day. IG: rh burg agent has many com-    ohm animal trainer says th* plaints to investigate while her* and best way to control a lion is to bit* ii* is being assisted by Harry Milford, d Well, maybe it'* only a matter official dog catcher of Jthis city. The 0j tauSle first offenders to face Magistrate j    '    _ Thomas C. Berry today were Joseph With good beer on the market for Chermol, of West Mowry street, and the past six week its just possibly had Natal* Sabltina. West Second street which Both were fined. from the Com pan y the Na- YITLY EDR PERMIT EDR FERRY SERVICE that theres very little near beer left to hand to the customers. The big whale blew into town th;* week. Theres no denying that th* weatherman tried to make things so that he'd feel at home. I he Weather I*. S. TREAS! RY BALANCE ONI Continued on Page Eleven OI HONOR NT I DLN TS WASHINGTON, May JI—(INS) Treasury balance as )f May 27: Once Mr, Pecora other places where the god of gold * nor of eight I Richard Pa.v-more, of Media, a Swarthmore College, is one .students awarded highest nous Eighteen of the graduating afternoon of June 9, at 2 30 o'clock I is* were given high honors and,    ___________ MAY CANCEL CONTRACTS $337.523 648 94. expenditures, $4,597.-    himeself he sank, then reafeared on    gete through with Lorenzo thr mag- w_as    worshiped    on    trouser kner* rut 25 Customs recant* via Ran    the surface.    hificem. Mr. J. Pierpont Morgan, and ; that    came from    the    very best tail- 30343    ^    "    Realizing    his    plight,    Helen    swam    to    the nobles of Lorenzos court, the ors. Probably few, lf any, of them __his side and grabbed his    bathing    suit,    lesser partner* of    the House of Mor-    will trade their ornate names for such    a* venteen honors were    awarded by ' One of    the    finest restaurant* aeon to    Three other boys jumped in    the    Run, he    t going    after thc.se alleged    arithmetical combinations as Uncle    outside examiners, who    put the 43 ne opened in    chester ii    now under con-    water and helped her    ashore    with    income    tax evaders, rough and vio-    Sam puts on th*- drill uniforms of his    '-on:or honor .students through their    WASHINGTON. May    31 —*UP*    — raV,I* iT (Vt*    fn 7** D*Luxe    Robert, wfi0 wa* rushed    to the    Del-    lent    boarders in Atlanta although one or    final written and oral    text* The    I’he    Senate    today voted    to    give    Pres- mod«n equipment win *p£*! w the    a’A'a^ County Hospital and given    And Brother Pecora us a rough    Media youth received the highest ident Roosevelt power to cancel air-1 most 'particular* diner .—Adv.’ '    *    * treatment. Later he was taken home. worker once his Sicilian blood begins I    Continued on;    honor in English.    I    mail    and ocean-mail contracts. * Plans have been revived to estab- j fish a ferry service between Hog ; Island and a point in New Jersey, j in the vicinity of Paulsboro, by the ! Westinghouse Electric and Manufac- j WASHINGTON, May 31—Weather luring Company. The company has forecast for Eastern Pennsylvania I made application, on which a hear- Fair tonight and Thursday; slightly ing I* scheduled to be held before cooler tonight. Colonel Earl I Brown, United States I West Pennsylvania:    l air tonight Distort Engineer, in the Bourse as- and Thursday; little change in tem- embly room, Philadelphia, on the perature. TODAY’S I I MPERATI RES 6 a. rn. 64 ll a. rn. .70 7 a. rn.......64    Noon     70 8 a. rn. 9 a rn. IO a. rn. 66 68 70 1 p. rn. ......70 2 p. in. ......73 ;

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