Chester Times, June 1, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - June 1, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TW KL VK lONT.JS, KSDIX. DECEMBER ll. 1912 20,328 FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ★ With All Latest and Best News of the Day SITH A KAR—NO. 17.608. D*;;v I.ea*ed Wire Report* of United Pre-* (UP) and International New* hersice (INS- ( ItESTER. PA.. THURSDAY. JUNE I. IWS TWENTY IWC ES PRICE, TWO CENTS NO U. S. WAH DEIST PEN FUGITIVES PAYMENTS SU IN ELUDE AGREST: FRANCE’S BIDGET KILL WATCHMAN Prospect of Honoring Two Believed to Have Reached Instalments Wanes as Temporary Safe Haven PLR PM-..' - SMI. KOH KCONOMI, , ON! I KEN. E COUNTY RELIEF    '    MORGAN'S    PACT Cl T 20 PER CENT. BANKER HELD Deputies Adjourn Conference N oted in Dala-dier Regime; All Night Session Held in Okla. Badlands Posses Hoard All Roads in Osage Country; Cop’s Body Found in Alley PARIS. June I irly payment to cher of the defat "■tit tn.stalm (UP)- Prospect of MIAMI. Okla. June I the United States Eleven fugitive*! front K.ms ted December War penitentiary appeared todav or ti 15, waned I ter of I>putie ( after pas-ai instalment due lay when the adjourned until of the budget made good their escape temporarily, into the Oxai which have given refu Southwest'* most notoriot in an all night session. When the Chamber meets Hgain there will be but six days of debate before the June payment is due. There has been no notice of a motion even to raise the debt question. U remained to be seen whether some last minute development would ice Premier Edouard Daladier to e the issue in the Chamber. But Socialists were ranged against ment, and might defeat Daladier rh it HK fon I > ie pro predec ti kid in Iv pas -cd to pay, as they did or Edouard Herr lot dee re I his government month Wit I and OU measure into s The Senate t a. rn., approve vote of the Hon Posses searched th re hideouts in the hills, but little chance of finding th until they had to emerge for food. No definite verified report had been received for hours of the trail of the fugitives, that left one man slain, two wounded and many robbed as they zig-zagged through Kansas and Oklahoma from Lansing to the badlands. Officers did not believe that the two groups into which the convicts ne political crisis in the -sPIjt »n,’r their Memorial Day es-then Parliament, five r**Pr from Lansing penitentiary had passed the budget    been reunited One group of six turned bark. the Senate planned the escape, it was thought. cr of Deputies met and the others •‘horned in” on the he night whipping the party. shape    Passes guarded all roads in the took final action at 9 50 Osage country', but admitted the im-g the measure bv a possibility of a thorough search of 6 to 61. as it had parsed the hills , with a deficit of 3.624,- lite main hand, including desperate ncs 170,228OOO'    killers and life-termers. held up a nal form the budget calls rural filling station between Miami iditures of 49 270,710,242 and Pirher yesterday, kinapcd and for revenues of 45,645.851,- robbed Jeff Weatherby. They released Weatherby later. Not since they freed three women hostages at a farmhouse near Pleasanton. Kan . Tuesday night, had the second group revealed its where- BV STATH BOARD Each I nit Affect I'd by Intr ca s i n ii Employ incut and Better T imes l*i ne hot Very Anury; Statement Shows Delaware Lets ST I,(HUT HAI up WITH PARTNERS I P AT PROBE Subject of Discussion in Senate (’ommittce; Votes Publicity Whit ne> Reveals Profits of Sl.Vi.TOS.tMH) to Firm in I nited ( orp. Stock Three of the ma I lilted Mates delegates to the World Econoinn t on Terrine in    london ire shown as they sailed from New York Left to right are Senator Key Pittman,    of Nebula    secretary of state < or Hell    Hull. I Ii alf - man, arid Representative 'samuel Ii M»K**vnoldv of Tennessee.    se« retard    Hull, win*    is making his    lirst trip to Europe, is arromnanird bt his wife and nicer, Mrs. Pant Hays. FIRST WARD MAN I .S. ENVOYS’SHIP IS ASPHYXIATED HITS A STORM Albert Alorton Is Victim of Delegates to Lindon ( tm* MonoxideLas; Daughter Finds Lifeless Body technical difficulty, about At Chepota. Kan i the last exciting hours of debate, d with the necessity of passing measure or else voting a I em -itv -nit: Iv endi’ that would e caused git I ia merit ignored such financial blears as payment of the United (es war debt is whittled down, franc by franc, discrepancy between the Senate Chamber deficit figures, and de-d the proposed government oil iodoIv. V jct I fum -xid* Ic re net* Soon to Discuss Economic Urogram ABOARD S 8 PRESTO E N T ROOSEVELT. June I 'INS- American delegates to the World Economic Conference in London went into training today for what may await them in the British capital The President Roosevelt ran Into HUNDREDS SEEK REER LICENSES First Distributor’s Hermit Obtained by Resident tit < I i ft on Heights City May (jet $60,000 i rom Beer Licenses signs of ben for h ti iii jo sa sd Pine hot w lug the aril lions of “aer the first turn penditu! es tx im iIdadons I he I v. Baldwin wk lug economy mer Chark Talbot, spa governor vc n I fie Morgan V Burka lew, above, j ( used of abv Minting with Bn lion from \ the I armers National Bank of Mien-low n, V J., was arrested when he stepped off a liner at Los Angeles, and is being held in jail there. He Avas at i onip.lilied hr a woman who said she wa** his Alife I lie plrttire was taken al his arrest. WAI Senator Carolina, Byrnes commute from the percent ag s of J. P. ,v Ames. Dem nnountrd to< >aid. ho we vi find agreed igreement iii of profits cl I- (UP)— id Currency ie public th* ip. binding irgan A Co.* t rat. South , that the to eliminate names and loyed by the pri ii Is of $152,568 OOO to J. k Co, and individual remit ie* of the United Aero revealed today in qmry. an th d bec d p rn AA S miles north- p.r west of here, the bullet-riddled body jj of Otto L. Durkee. night watchman, nb-A was found in an alley. Empty shi lls jP\s from his gun indicated a battle. It uin 13-1 Cham in r sr voted ronfidenc overnment, thus averting a crtst*, bv approving 359 to 203 a compromise measure under which a commlsstan will study the oil monoply rn Senate 167 to the corn ell monopoly had occupied the raided a hou x almost exclusively since the worth street- Continued on Page Eighteen n SEIZE TWO NEGROES AND LIQUOR IN RAID £ Two Negroes were arrested and a 1( small quantity of alleged liquor con- ” fiscated when a detail of detectives t Second and Ells-L night, Mf »n th o drive to his wife ring her h e of the i a ailed for De st or my weather iii miediatrlv atter TYir 11 eft cts o f the Cliv' of Ches leaving New York hi irbor Th* UHS ter .stand to br enriched $ il) IMM) KS unaniniou.s hope the* anger of t he elf- the result cif th p number cho have ment* wa.s not an augury o what applied for be*e T licenses It wa* may tx cur when SS of the •lated flu mot approx!- world it down to ta Ik th*1 lr w mately 3<ki pe itll- citv of the r commercia I and cc onomic have Asked fo r a I ice*lls r Each difficult (es, paving $200 wit amount t< > $60 (MKY, Sec re ary of St a e Cordel! Hull, which revert* I o the city treasury. of the Am** rican dei* •ga Hon | and Sci later Key Pi Hmm had noth- tty 'Lreau mg but rest on the C alrndar fc r their When the offi •r of Com Edward C did not no "If we J can easily t ions,” Ba time to re turf there h rncrly. Factories Ii mg Gardens at* lr xxi for the Jobtf ('onsets at Inn Corp.-On every side theller times ami mort as supported in "a to relief” by State ‘I Waters and Cliov ker of the House cd against the redi Ie lieutenant -IRn Shannon, white pi I made a mistake, weed it by later alloca-I said. "Now la the economise on relief expend!-Reports coming to us indicate * not so much need as for * g Idle ate weak-providing extra The CitIsms’ is helping many are signs of bets'or k in many county relief horn da urn ary adints-ca.ii get along Is tile case in count red vo tx raids Such NEW BEER LAW IS EFFECTIVE IN STATE TODAY Xpproximatrly .TDD IVr-mits bsuod to Residents of T his City enforcement in Hands of I/wa I Unlice; Require-ments Must Be Obeyed tils nil day at sea ipportunity of the st re n uc Both welcomed i little loafing preparat W at Mf in t he *d this n led their departure from then. in vest day s procc-cdlng. b<___; 21) CONTINUKNT OFF FOK FOK KST AUMN C, Chesters ivilian Col ty this n ■om where , •» na tnt" Those arrested were James Stewart. 33, of the 1300 block West Second street, and Sylvester Thompson. 29, IOO block Larnokm street The hitter is charged with being the proprietor. Both were held in $1000 bail each for a continued hearing Saturday morning. The rr%id was led by Detective Captain Feeney, assisted bv Detectives Hardman and Dougherty and State Detective A. L McNeal The onlv other defendant in police court this morning was Harry Bacon, 45, Negro, of Townsend street, near I of whom seemed    an-    Third street, who paid a fine of $10    f They    were .summoned    and costs on a drunk and disorderly    s relief    workers of    the    conduct charge He was arrested b Patrolmen Burns and Holt, when (he learned he threatened his landlord. mond contingent to the ervation Corps left this ming for Philadelphia, they will be sent to mditioning. Hic second group numbers approx imant Ruth her : Lone ton's to ti the ) Tiffin floor. and rocdi tion, phon return lg hot *r tut cd Alb Ll, J d ti aged 12, aru . aged lf, She quA.s aren about Mr, Moi uhs and Ruth guiro upon looking throng! of the door saw th, father lying on th, Iv notified her moth*: in w [KUI ) enc im at civ 150. > xtous to go, yesterday b. Chester Relief and Family Welfare Anociation, all chosen being ones who have been unemployed and dependent on Unemployment Relief. No local official could state to which camp the youths will tx* assigned, but it was taken for granted they would go to Camp Meade, Md. where I tv1 first group received training All accepted will be given physical examinations in Philadelphia before entraining for camp. , The departure of the contingent from Fifth and Welsh streets was in marked contrast to the departure of soldiers, who entrained for ramp in 1917-18 There was no cheering, or waving of flags, and very few relatives were on hand to wish the boys God speed MORGAN BOSKS \\ ITH NI I DG KT ON HIS KSK KS WASHINGTON. June I <UP> Blushing furiously, J P Morgan po < d for photographers todav w; a a 32-year old woman on his lap. The woman was no larger than a 2-year-old child She was L.va Graf. a German midget from a circus troupe She was brought to the Senate Morgan hearing and photographers, seizing the opportunity for an unusual picture, arranged the pose Miss Graf, a tiny figure in a blue coat and red hat. also was em- i Piner to the Frai Squad. TI squad I es ponded f Hon with an clee their efforts to re life in Morton pan Coroner White wa.* charge of the bod; the death aa being asphyxiation by n Aria ices hi ne pulmotor, bi ive the .spark , eel futile. D, put notified and too He pronounce due to accidents -moxie! cie aments for the funeral * not been announced. FAIR VVKATHKR IS TMK FOHFX AST PINCHOT VITKOV KS Fair tom on New land tom'in The ie rd av weather is predicted today and •ow rn eastern Pennsylvania, Jersey, Delaware and Mary-It will be somewhat warmer barrassed She said later, though that it was a "lot of fun” and that    the VVKIOK.MANN KIU 4 Morgan, shv and retiring, was "a •] bP Governor proved the •ry nice man. p.nchot yesterday ap- DOLLAR GAINS ABROAD bill of Representative Weidcmann, of Delaware county, re- PARIS June I -Lr* Hie do..ar quiring all motor vehicles used for gained today, opening at 2140 francs transportation of the general public *4 67 cents per franc and closing at or school children, to be equipped 21.50 -4 65 cents,, compared to yester-with approved safety glass. The bill provides that all such vehicles made and sold by January I, 1935. must be equipped with this type of glass Violation of the act is punishable by a penalty of $25 for each offense. STIMSON GETS POST NEW VORK. June I—UP)- Henry L. Stimson. Secretary of State in the Hoover administi a;*on. confirmed Paris reports that he had accepted the presidency of the permanent conciliation commission created under the Locarno Pact of 1925 to settle Franco-Cferman disputes. rn rn ti HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (Bt Catted Prrss) I HOHM Ut FL I — I en vious. Palais Boa al. Princess pArr, Mamma, Hark ( ollren. Animation. 2—None. 3—Princely Pal. Phar Crest. I—Candy .Man. 5—None. 6—Isostasy. 7—None. Weather, clear; track, fast. WASHINGTON PARK day'* close of 21 26 francs -4 70 cents). MITCHELL FIGHTS TO PROVE ‘LOAN’ L. S. Battles to Show Management ‘Fund’ Was Subject to Taxation NEW YORK. June I (UP The government today vigorously attacked Charles E Mitchell's contention that $666,666 he received from a huge "management fund” of the National City Company in 1929. was merely a "loan" and not subject to taxa'ion as Income. As the trial of Mitchell, former chairman of the National Citv Bank and its affiliate, the National City Company accused of dodging $850,000 in income taxes for 1929 and 1930. proceeded. United States Attorney George Z Medalie drew from witnesses a dramatic story of the setting up of a $2,000,000 management fund and its split-up by the principal officers of the institutions Frank J. Maguire, assistant secretary of the National City Co, identified the minutes of directors’ meetings at which the fund was created, and Medalie read to the Jury the highest temperature here 76 degrees, at 3.10 p. •’est was 66, at 7 15 a ’ of 71 was three dog above normal for the date and degrees above the average May last year. Maximum temperature for the date is 94 established in 1895 and minimum 48, in 1930. Sunrise today was at 5 34 a n and sunset will be at 8 24 p. rn. eastern daylight saving tune. ROOSEVELT ASKS POWER OVER OIL Bresident Request* (on-gress for Authority to Regulate the Industry WASHINGTON June I (INS'-— Washington. A, soon as the delegation has Its sea legs however, it will resume active w ork in anticipation of I lie* conference hollowing its arrival in london. there will be only five days before * the conference actually convenes, * and a my ss of preparatory spade-k work remains to enable the American •) representatives to plunge into the ' parley, ready to negotiate the far-f reaching problems and proposals EXPERIMENTAL ( AMB FOR YO!’NG MOM FN ! WASHINGTON. June J <UP An f experimental camp for young uii-v married women, out of work, will be K in operation in Beal Mountain Bark, :1 New York, by tile end of this week, I Mr Franklin D Roo.even and Secretary of Labor Frances Perkins an-- nouneed todav in a joint statement. A second ramp nearby to accommodate' 150 women will !*• established soon, they said The first camp will give temporary work to 300 women Federal relief funds will be used while New York furnishes the park location and organizes the camp The women ca milers will not receive pay This expe riment in providing "helpful employment and useful instruction amid wholesome surroundings, for needy young women now entirely unemployed and without re purees of their own,” resulted from an investigation made by Secretary Perkins at the request of Mr Roosevelt. AA OM AN KIM.Kl, KY SHOT IN UKK HOVIK another -ers bega 'Hie ti Ulm riblet-O'Don ne Nos I iii Home me near Mc* long ii f< Court -oui lug, e seek- to ©btl Churl! in a 'Itfton He ipplu man ie Four vt ar pie, lits re-y, and v more A nim al I wer- ipplieations ha, lier from dlsjx at ions which h or a week Mr Dirkrl a* be fits, wild ftp's offlcr vesuri today, aa handling Hie eel tlx* tie jesuit ny appll-I in ins office t ll •ll.* applications until late Saturday night. ( ofttimied cm I*,tee I Ighlrrn SU K AT SIK)U BROKERS ADOUT V UROGRAM June I -INS, -t he elec tion of a Legislative Corn-tnvestigate "sweat pennsylvania was a tentative pleating will be held ihideiphia No for additional be held in the . June J— field. 29. was d here today >m using the Presiden t Room- -velt today reques ted Congress to gn ce him authority regulate the oil industry of the’ j na- Hon, The Pi resident ’n request for amel nd- ment of the Int Casina I Recovery bill to this e fleet W is transmitted to the House V kays an id Means Commit ae through Secret a i ry of Interior Irke: Appear •ing as the first witness ii hearing on t he Mariand-Capp Oil Dictator.- hip bill I, Ickes said he v authorize ll Marvin Mdntyi ten a White that the House J Preside • eretary, early tex -nt wanted power lay SAN ANTONIO. I * INS* Mrs. Lydia WI shot and instantly kil as she sat in her bed! Le Ie phone. Five shot were flied through a window One struck the woman in the back of the head at the ba.*'1 of the .skull Police are searching for a woman in a red dross seen prowling about the house last night bv neighbors Kl ( I N I Git Mil \ I I Miss Eleanor Trainer, (laughter of Mr and Mrs. William N Trainer of Garden City, was graduated from th' Stale Teachers* College on Monday Mr and Mrs. Trainer attended th* baccalaureate services and commencement exercises. HARRISBUH< After splitting o chairman, the ./> mitt ce appointed shop” conditions in accord today on gram. The first public hei next Tuesday at P dates have been se hearings which will shirt factory and coal min of the eastern section, investigators plan lo cart qulry into the western fill Bena tor CL Mason Owl was named chairman of inlttee by a five-to-four represented a split ta t we Ucon organization member porters of Governor Giffoi Judge Horace Stern was the Administrant Senator Hart', .I Bell Fayette, was appointed chairman cif Hie committee to investigate the handling of assets of cloned banks After naming R< p David R Perry Blair, secretary, this committee decided to proceed as a ‘‘fact-finding'' bodv nod to hold its first meeting on June 15 Kl I I KS I ROVI ( ONI I Kl NC I rn Ba r Later, tile y their m- ett. Tioga. of the corn -lr vote which ween Republica and sup-fford Pine hot Philadelphia. i (mi * fin ti* Fayette Continued nu Page Eighteen MILK BRICK (.’OKS UU GNK GKNT TODAY Chester housewives, In common with others in Hie Philadelphia area. ate paying an increase of one cent a bottle for milk today, Bv agreement of ptodurer* and distributors, and with tile consent of Becretary of Agriculture Wallace, under authority given him by the Farm Relief Bill, tile increase in the price of milk went into effect this morning ‘I tie area affected Includes .southeastern Pennsylvania, southern New Jersey, part of Delaware and tile ea.st shore cif Mat viand Tile additional tent will be passed buck to tile dairy farmer. Although not unexpec ted. Hie raise in tile milk price was pushed thtough to hurried tatification yesterday during a hurried conference in Wa fling-ton attended by ii I) Alb bach, pres]-dent of tile Interstate Milk Producers" Arsonation, milk company officials and (George p Peck and Chai Irs Bland, co-administrators under Wnl- Ihe new price is 13 cents a quart and 8 rents a pint for grade "A” milk, and IO cents a quart and 6 cents a pint for grade • B milk. Under the higher price Hie farmer will receive 35 cents additional for each one hundred pound* 'Hie at langement also provides Hist he witl ell more of ills milk at tile higher basic” prices than formerly. WITH I*, it. it. co. FOK ll VPF ( KMT UY Jot it) JI, my Anderson ,u»s joined the Pennsylvania Railroads ‘Half Century Club ” Anderson, who Is known by scores of the older residents of Ridley Park began his service June I. 1HH3, as a cleuk in the Ridley park station oi the old Philadelphia. Baltimore and Washington Railroad. He was awarded the gold button foi 50 ye,us of continuous service Ism night in til*’ presence of 70 official* of the railroad, at a dinner held in Philadelphia. BRITAIN IS All IAI ON JUNE 15 HERT Highlights of hicw Beer Law Pennsylvania's 1933 beverage law, more commonly known as Hie brrr control bill, took its plate* today on tile statute books of Hie commonwealth, Effective at midnight, file ai t regulates the flow of beer and wine, Its salient features are No ixiis; fx'vcrage over spigot-equipped counters allowed lf there aie stationary (hairs. No sales from midnight Saturday till 6 a rn. Monday, on election days, to insane or intoxicated person* or minors. No retail sales on credit, except ♦•Lh or dubs to registered or luma fide members i for consumption on prrm-ly bv licensed jetailers. Hies $300 fine maximum it offense; $5oo fine or six (’ imprisonment, or both, for bv ii guest Pen for mo md or subsequent offers The grealei 7 was legal I cense beer gusher that sin part of Hits counti y c somewhat Ucimnrd today b im- w in the form of Hie ii >K Grocery stores two-by-four sp* easies, drugstores, cafes and di other places, that enjoyed the pi* {tom legal brew din mg Hie | seven weeks, are no longe r display the now familiar sign "Beer," aud not a few of those places found this morning that they had a stock on their hands that they will not be able to sell, legally. While it, is not definitely known lust how many lie* used beer dis-p* n. auf * there ale Sn Che ter, It is estimated that there are upwards of 300 who macle application for a license Probably no one* block In the city boasts of as many tapiooms as does ( oiitiniird on I*age Eighteen VY %4|IING MIN PHST SOI.II WASHING ION, June I -UP) 1'he Washington Post wa.*. Fold at auction today for $825,000. George E Hamilton, Jr. a lawyer, who declined to disclose whom he wa.*; representing, submitted the high bid. DOG LICENSE CASE QUASHED Pal P. M partners (forpora tithe Benni This figure represented paper profits on common stock and option warrants of United Corporation, a public utilities holding company, organ-! ired bv the Morgan finn. Geoigc Whitney Morgan partner, was the witness at the time. He es-J taunted the cast of the secmitics at $30 000.000. Whitney resumed ills testimony after Hic Semite Banking and Currency Committee, in executive session, voted ii to 3 to rn ake publio Hie articles of co-partnership binding the Morgan partners. The committer agreed, however, to rlimumt* in the version made public the percentages of profit made by the partners Whitney testified that (hr pass)bl* paper profits were not taken. Die M t untie* j,j qui. tton consisted of I 200 OOO common share* and I,-714 200 option warrants. I hi*- <s a fX1- ii.it iii cf as hat un might have done although it is perfectly well known we did not do it,’* Whitney said. It previously was shown that Morgan and Company took an actual profit of about $8,000OOO from sale of 200,008 option warrants, and th*t a potential profit of more than $7.ooo,-000 was possible to p*iM,ns per- Uontinued (in Page Eighteen KIN*; MW KKSIGN DISH TKI) I*. S. (’. POST HARRISBURG, June I— (UP)—-Dr. Clyde L. King, storm center in a factional fight for control of tho Pennsylvania Public Service Commission. may resign as chairman of th* utility regulating body within a few days. He would quit the state post if appointed bv Piesident Roosevelt to tho office of chief milk administrator for a new agricultural adjustment administration. it was lcxrned authoritatively at the State Capitol today. Di King is an authority on milk production He *ur-e-sfully arbitrated l,u' milk disputes in Illinois, Iowa and April Pennsylvania y by A’ present Ins status ss chairman of Hic comm, ion depends on a pending ruling of Hie state Supreme) Court, Governor Gifford Pinchot seek* to oust him and have C Jay Oood-nougli. hum*-! pea ker of the Stats House of Representatives, head th# body. King a political ally of the Governor for IU years, having served in (Iii- two Pine hot administrations aa Secretary of Commonwealth, Sccre--uy of Revenue and Commission ' Hon over utility regulating policies. I opicsof I lines t Harold Hughes never worked on ug -w pu//. which explain* why lo had . ti a } od time fitting a screen dean Memorial Day. The da in *r th t used to aer central cafe vc liable the other ic ll we saw It a 5-ccnt beer t day. lorn Fee-Icy • u, tile Democrat# of the county ai** not interested In patronage But m»* of ’hem that we are a quanted with live in th# * Tty. To I Rev Wsillai of the FTrst Prest Mrs, Hugh, who I bus, Ohio where conference of the of America in have returned t 226 West Mow i v Dr Pi Preston All Offlc I then Pugh pastor Church, and n in Col urn-gh attended ■nan Churc h ia I capacity, home at ( haml)urlain Keeps ( tim* British Subject Threatened mons in Ignorance of to Qui! C ountry; Maid phold i near lied $ u can Oixt ! iph Clayton Memorial Bark Play Center in West End R< supplement state I production of oil t< regulating the create the mar- idents of the w» these day* developing Memorial Park, which w as a playground by the bo Em the I crway of the e city. kef demand for oil among the oil- of that .section of the producing states and to balance do- The park is located in the rear of me tic and foreign importation of oil. the Clayton school building on Sixth The amendement suggested by the street near Highland avenue. It. was Government’* Bialis LONI JON. June I (UP- Of a Britain will "gladly co-operate will the United States or any other gov eminent” to raise* prices throughon tit** world, Neville Chamberlain Chancellor of the Exchequer, told u -House of Commons today. Chamberlain added, however Hi. methods of determining price r* -cannot be determined until con versa lions have taken place between the representatives of the government.' concerned meaning until the economic conference meets. Raising cif the world-wide- price le vel J* one of President Roo - .elf .* main objectives a' the We Horine Conference which m Guts Bel time Hi*- honor of the depart-bv ponce chief had hi# I for paiking overtime, guess who paid it. matters, but a county inform* its that a man lung to play the sax-iri oui opinion, is th# learn. no can The Stat# Dog Law provi an alien cannot own a dog, he get a license for one. But lf he Jives in Delawari he has a good chance, it was during a hearing in the office istrate Thomas C. Berry today This somewhat startling revelation came to light during the hearing of J. ii. Gordon MeConeehy, 208 West Mow iv street, who was arrested bv » county, revealed of Mag* In his balloon flight into th# .* ira f osphere at the Century of Progress Exposition, Professor Piccard will use buckshot for ballast, dropping ll a* need* require. In Chicago a ram of buckshot should stem perfectly natural. J P. Morgan announces that he ha# about reached the age where he plans o retire Luckily, New York stat# has an old age pension. Ee lie st a Le Agent Joseph R. Kpn charges of having an unlicer Tile hearing ended abrupt MeConeehy produced a iicens procured at Media He acluiii he was a British subject, alii has applied for citizenship. iger, on sed dog. y when he had ted that (nigh he He de- A speaker here salt a hammer being cont pleasant music. We ifs used in industry political job holders. the sound of ually used ta Igrre When •cad of on An writer ob *•: <*■> ‘aal modrrn - men I.ae to have a hand in every-nu. F.xcep’ <>! - iarse. the pan that contain# the dirty dishes. President follow* named in honor of the late Thorn: 1—None. 2—Reconnoiter, lima S, Wild Kitty, ( hat Eagle. Adsum. Thundertone. Jack Collins. 3—>t. Nazaire. Barashkova, Princess Caroline, Brains. Dromhn. Svm Jack, Miscalculate, Running Water, Sand Boot. I—Morality, Active American 5—None. $—Mad Wind. 7—None. B— None. Weather, clear; track, fast. terms by which the fund was to be to pokers granted the Pre-aden distributed among the more fortunate executives. The directors decided to set up the fund in January, 1927. They ordered "For the oil industry In addition J Clayton, for many years Judge r Continued on Pare Eighteen TREASURY BALANCE oncerning code agreements and thorized to pres* supplement state lation regulating petroleum and ti among the oil-pr between domestic portal ion and to per atIon in intr fair competition licenses, he is au-ribc regulations to conservation legists- production of ie products thereof educing states and production and im-prohibit the trans-state commerce of long resident of the West End The Clayton school Ls also named for the jurist and is a deserved tribute to ms memory. The park was founde d by the W'**t End Business Men's Association and the Clayton Parent-Teachers Association. members of both organizations having co-operated in a splen- WASHINGTON June I — 'UP- — per aition in int* estate commerce of ckd manner to make the project The treasury net balance for May 29 petroleum and the products thereof worthwhile was $333,821 471.56. Expenditures that produced or Withdraw an from ■-tor- The call to arm wa* sounded by dav were $6 672 683 43. Customs re- age in viola'ion of ant ate or fed- President Charles J Ward of 'he ceipt# for the month, through May era I law or the regulation prescribed Business Mens Association and Mrs 29, were $19,685 281.36,    thereunder.”    i    Wilton Bieloch, of the Clayton P.-T.i A The response by the reside' prompt, and step* are now ur to make the playground* erne best, equipped playgrounds In t Hie first night found a group of June 12    ;    dared    that    he    would    keep the dog j able-bodied individuals rolling up Regarding war debts, Chamberlain and lf ordered to get rid of it, or kill their sleeves and going to work, start- I kept the House in ignorance of what it, he "would leave the country first ing to build the first piece of equip-j the government proposes to do about and take his pet with him ” ment.    1    the    installment of $75,950,000 due to MeConeehy is going to give the dog 'Hic workers have marly completed j the United States June 15. Asked away, however. The law permits the the Common Pleas Court and a hie- the* framework that will inclose* a com*    Whether the government had reached    license to be    transferred    to another bination of .swing*, sliding-boards and    anv decision. Chamberlain said    owner, who is    a citizen, so    he has de- ac-saw' The framework is made of "It would not tx- desirable for me    , 1C|rfj lo gup    the dog to    his house-    Pennsylvania:    Partly    cloudy    tonight three-inch pipe* Construction of this    to make anv statement on the niftier    masd. who has been In the employ of    and    continued    cool;    friday,    fair    with size Is not child 'n play, a s most of the at present "     —    ,    sjow|y rising temperature, volunteer* soon ieared. and the lint -    ..... ,,    Continued    on Page Eighteen nr nt trade in that neighborhood wa:    KIU.ED IN ( RAMI boosted       ,    .........    BRIDGE    TRAFFIC    DECREASES I he Weather WASHINGTON. June 1—Eastern The determination of the vol un YORK Pa June I 'UP- Earl J Western Pennsylvania; lair tonight; Friday, fair with slowly rising temperature. tears ha borne    fruit and in *11    Hall. 43. Philadelphia,    was fatally    in-    Travel over the Delaware river probability the    playground will b-    -'unf and Lawrence    Donahue.    27    bndge between Philadelphia and ready for the grand opening before    Philadelphia slightly    hurt early    to-    camden is continuing to decrease, the school term    has be^n completed    fiav 'A’hrn their truck    crashed into a    jo^fpn k Costello, manager, reports. President Ward and President Beloch    ’rain    a!    a    .street    crossing    here.    Dining the month of Mav there were “    -    Smoker.    Owl*    Home,    9th    and    Sproul,    I®0-000 ^ tolls collected Hun Ul the Continued on Page Eleven , Friday. June knd, a AO D. s. T.—Adv.    , correspondmg month lait year. 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