Chester Times, June 1, 1933

Chester Times

June 01, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - June 1, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE 10NT3S ENDING DECEMBER 31 1932 57TH 17608 Daily Leased Wire Reports of United Press UP and International News Service INS FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day CHESTER PA THURSDAY JUNE 1 1933 NO U S WAR DEBT PEN FUGITIVES PAYMENTS SET IN ELUDE ARREST ft A FRANCES BUDGET EILLWATGHMAN Prospect of Honoring Two Believed to Have Reached OUR DELEGATES SAIL FOR ECONOMlcTcONFERENCE Instalments Wanes as Deputies Adjourn Conference Voted in Dala dier Regime All Night Session Held PARIS Prospect of early payment to the United States either of the defaulted December War debt instalment or the instalment due June 15 waned today when the Chamber of Deputies adjourned until June 9 after passage of the budget in an all nighc session When the Chamber meets again there will be but sixdays of debate before the June payment is due There has been of a motion even to raise the debt question It remained to be seen whether some last minute development would induce Premier Edouard Daladier to raise the issue in the Chamber But the Socialists were ranged against payment and might defeat Daladier if he proposed to pay as they did his predecessor Edouard Herriot Daladier steerel his government safely past one political crisis in the session today jfrhen Parliament five monthslate passed the budget With clocks turned back the Senate and Chamber of Deputies met throughout the night whipping the measure into shape The Senate took final action at a m approving the measure by a vote of 226 to 61 as it had passed the House with a deficit of 3 624 000000 francs In its final form the budget calls for expenditures of francs and for revenues of 45645851 509 In the last exciting hours of debate faced with the necessity of passing the measure or else voting a tem porary monthly credit that would have caused great technical difficulty Parliament ignored such financial problems as payment of the United States war debt It is whittled down franc by franc the discrepancy between the Senate and Chamber deficit figures and de bated the proposed government oil monopoly TheChamber voted confidence in tlie Daladier government thus avert ing a crisis by approving 359 to 203 a compromise measure under which a commissian will study the oil monoply plan The Senate adopted the com promise 167 to 121 The oil monopoly had occupied the Houses almost exclusively since the days proceedings began yesterday 2D CONTINGENT OFF FOR FOREST ARMY Temporary Safe Haven in Okla Badlands Chesters second contingent to the Civilian Conservation Corps left this city this morning for Philadelphia from where they will be sent to camps for conditioning The second group numbers approx imately 150 all of whom seemed an xious to go They were summoned by relief workers of the Chester Relief and Family Welfare Association all chosen being ones who have been unemployed and de pendent on Unemployment Relief No local official could state to which camp the youths will be assigned but it was taken for granted they would go to Camp Meade Md where thc first group received training All ac cepted will be given physical exam inations in Philadelphia before en training for camp The departure of the contingent from Fifth land Welsh streets was in marked contrast to the departure of soldiers who entrained for camp in 191718 There cheering or waving of flags and very few rela tives were on hand to wish the boys God speed PINCHOT APPROVES WEIDEMANN BILL Governor Pinchot yesterday ap proved the bill of Representative Weidemann of Delaware county re quiring all motor vehicles used for transportation of the general public or school children to be equipped with approved safety glass The bill provides that all such vehi cles made and sold by January l 1935 must be equipped with this type of glass Violation of the act is pun ishable by a penalty of for each offense Posses Guard All Roads in Os age Country Cops Body Found in Alley MIAMI Okla June Eleven fugitives from Kansas State penitentiary appeared today to have made good their escape at least temporarily into the Osage badlands which have given refuge to the Southwests most notorious despera does Posses searched through known hideouts in the hills but conceded little chance of finding the convicts until they had to emerge to foraee for food No definite verified report had been received for hours of the trail of the fugitives that left one man slam two wounded and many robbed as they zigzagged through Kansas and Oklahoma from Lansing to the badlands Officers did not believe that the two groups into which the convicts split after their Memorial Day es cape from Lansing penitentiary had been reunited One group of six planned the escape it was thought and the others horned in on the party Posses guarded all roads in the Osage country but admitted the im possibility of a thorough search of the hills The main band including desperate killers and lifetermers held up a rural filling station between Miami and Picher yesterday kinaped and robbed Jeff Weatherby They re leased Weatherby later Not since they freed three women hostages at a farmhouse near Pleas anton Kan Tuesday night had the second group revealed its where abouts At Chepota 25 miles north west of here the bulletriddled body of Otto L Durkee night watchman was found in an alley Empty shells from his gun indicated a cattle It PRICE TWO CENTS COUNTY RELIEF CUT 20 PER CENT BY STATEBOARD Each Unit Affected by In easing Employment and Better Times the six United States delegates to the World Economic Conference in London iiork Lett to are Senator Key PlUman of Nevada ry Hullwho his nrst trlp to SHIP Continued on Page Eighteen smvisoN GETS POST NEW YpRK June L Stimsoh Secretary of State in the Hoover administration con firmed Paris reports that he had ac cepted the presidency of the pcma nent conciliation commission created under the Locarno Pact of 1925 to settle FrancoGerman disputes SEIZE TWO NEGROES AND LIQUOR IN RAID Two Negroes were arrested and a small quantity of alleged liquor con fiscated when a detail of detectives raided a house at Second and Ells worth streets last night Those arrested were James Stewart 33 of the 1300 block West Second street and Sylvester Thompson 29 100 block Lainokin street The latter is charged with being the proprietor Both were held in bail each for a continued hearing Saturday morn ing The raid was led by Detective Captain Feeney assisted by Detec tives Hardman and Dougherty and StateDetective A L McNeal The only other defendant in police court this morning was Harry Bacon 45 Negro of Townsend street near Third street who paid a fine of and costs on a drunk and disorderly conduct charge He was arrested by Patrolmen Burns and Holt when they learned he threatened his landlord MORGAN POSES WITH MIDGET ON HIS KNEES WASHINGTON June Blushing furiously j p Morgan posed for photographers today with a 32year old woman on his lap The woman was no larger than a 2yearold child She was Lya Graf a German midget from a circus troupe She was brought to the Sen ate Morgan hearing and photograph ers seizing the opportunity for an unusual picture arranged the pose Miss Graf a tiny figure ina blue coat and red hat also was em barrassed She said later though that it was a lot of fun and that Morgan shy and retiring was a very nice man DOLLAR GAINS ABROAD PARIS June dollar gained today opening at 2140 francs 467 cents per franc and closing at 2150 465 compared to yester days close of2126 francs 470 MITCliLLllGHTS PROVE 10AN US Battles to Show Man agement Fund Was Subject to Taxation Albert Morton Is Victim of Monoxide Gas Daughter Finds Lifeless Body Albert Morton aged 51 was found dead in the garage at the rear of his home 2301 street late yesterday afternoon presumably a victim of noxious monoxide fumes from the exhaust of his motor car Discovery of his lifeless bodv It is believed the garage doors mew shut or that Morton was care less and omitted to open the doors while he was working on the engine of his car His body was found lyin near the front of the car Morton who was unemployed and formerly connected with railroading had promised to drive to the Dewev School where his wife Sara is a teacher and bring her home Fol lowing the close of the school day Mrs Morton waited for her hus band for some time and then de ciaing that for some reason he had been unabie to call for her returned home by bus Upon arriving home she was met by her two daughters Ruth aged 13 Jane aged 12 and her son Albert aged 15 She qucs uoned the children about Mr Mor tons whereabouts and Ruth going to the garage upon looking through the glass panes of the door saw the figure of her father lying on the floor She quickly notified her mother and physician was summoned im mediately Upon his recommenda tion an emergency call was tele phoned to the Franklin Fire Company Rescue Squad The members of the squad responded and went into ac pulmotor but to revive the Delegates to London Con ference Soon to Discuss Economic Program Me in Morton proved futile Deputy Coroner White was notified and took charge of the body He pronounced the death as being due toaccidental asphyxiation by monoxide gas Arrangements for the funeral serv ices have not been announced ISTHE FORECAST Fair weather is predicted today and eastern Pennsylvania Delaware and Mary land It will be somewhat warmer tomorrow The highest temperature here yes terday was 76 degrees at 310 p m and the lowest was 66 at 715 a m The average of 71 was three degrers above normal for the date and K egrees above the average May ai nlT temperature for date is p4 established in tomorrow in New Jersey ABOARD S S P R E S I D E N T ROOSEVELT June Amer ican delegates to the WorldEconomic Conference in London went into training today for what may await them in the British capital The President Roosevelt ran into stormy weather immediately after leaving New York harbor There was unanimous hope the anger of the ele ments was not an augurv of what may occur when 55 nations of the world sit down to talk their way out of their commercial and economic difficulties Secretary pf State Cordcll Hull leader of the American delegation and Senator Key Pittman had noth ing but rest on for their first full day at sea Both welcomed BEERLICENSES First Distributors Permit Obtained by Resident of Clifton Heights Pinchot Very Angry Statement Shows Dela ware Gets HARRISBURG June Pennsylvania turned a corner in un employment relief expenditures today as the State Relief Board provided for food during per cent less than Governor Pinchot asked The flat 20 per cent cut in the amount asked lor each county was dictated by economy and supported by increasing employment and other signs of better times Prank E Bald win auditor general and spokesman for a majority of the relief board ALLENTOWN N J BANKER HELD the opportunity of a after the strenuous little loafing preparations which preceded their departure from Washington As soon as the delegation has its sea legs however itwill resume ac tive work in anticipation of the con ference Following its arrival in London there will be only five days before the conference actually convenes and a mass of preparatory spade work remains to enable the American representatives to plunge into the parley ready to negotiate the far reaching problems and proposals slated for consideration and decision EXPERIMENSITcAMP FOR YOUNG WOMEN WASHINGTON June City May Get From Beer Licenses The caffers of the City of Ches ter stand to be enriched as the result of the number who have applied for beer licenses It was stated this morning that approxi mately 300 persons in have asked for a license Each paying will amount to which reverts fco the city treasury When the office of County Treas urer William Dickel in the Court house at Media opened this morning another long line of beer license seek ers began forming The first county man to obtain a distributors license was Charles B ODonncll pf Clifton Heights who was given license No 3 Lust week Nos 1 and 2 were issued for thc Four Horsemen Riding Club at Marple near Media About 300 successful applicants re ceived their licenses yesterday and today probably nearly as many more licenses will be issued A number of applicants who ap peared at the treasurers office yes terday were told to return today as Pinchot was vehement in denounc ing the action and made dire predic tions of serious suffering TC wns the first time since state relief ex penditures begran that his recom mendations had been rejected pub Baldwin wns supported in applv ing economy to relief by State Treas urer Charles Waters and Grovcr C Palbot speaker of thc House The governor voted against the reduction motion while LieutenantGovernor bdward C Shannon while present did not vote If we have made a mistake we cnn easily correct it by later alloca tions Baldwin said Now is thc time to economize on relief expendi tures Reports coming to us indicate there is not so much need as for merly Factories loup idle are work ing are providing extra food for the jobless The Citizens Conservation Corps is helping many On every side there arc signs of bet ter times and more work From many county relief boards we have received voluntary admis sions that the boards can get alone on less money Such is the case in in N Buckalcw above ac cused of absconding Avith from the Iarmcrs National Bank of AHcn Ktoppcd off and Is beim liner at Los held in jail there He was accompanied by a woman who saidshe was his wife The picture was taken at his nrrest Continued on Page Eighteen MILK UP ONE CENT TODAY Chester housewives in common with others In the Philadelphia area are paying an increase of one cent a bottle for milk today By agreement of producers and dis tributors and with the consent of Secretary of Agriculture Wallace under authority given him bv the Parrn Relief Bill the increase in the price of milk went into effect this morning The area affected includes southeastern Pennsylvania southern New Jersey part of Delaware and the east shore of Maryland The addi tional cent will be passed back fco the dairy farmer Although not unexpected the raise IS EFFECTIVE Approximately 300 Per inits Issued to Residents of This City MORGANS PACT WITH PARTNERS UP AT PROBE Subject of Discussion in Senate Committee Votes Publicity Whitney Reveals Profits of to Firm in United Corp Stock WASHINGTON June The Senate Banking and Currency Committee agreed to make public the articles of copartnership binding the partners of J p Morgan Co Senator Byrnes Democrat South Carolina announced today Byrnes said however that the committee had agreed to eliminate ironi the agreement the names and percentages of profits enjoyed by the Paper profits of to J PMorgan GO and individual partners in securities ofthe United Coiporal on were revealed today in the Senate inquiry This Jigure represented paper prof Its on common stock and option war rants of United Corporation a pub ic utiliues holding company organ ized by the Morgan firm rcsumod his testimony the Senate Banking and Cur rency Committee in executive ses on voted 11 to 3 to make pubiia bind m the milk price through v i 11 i ouuiiy Uo thcmass of detail of handling the I to hurried yesterday dur appiications had prevented the trcosj a hurried conference in Washlnc urer from disposing of many appli ton attended by HD Allnbach nrcsL cations which have been in his office clent of thc Interstate MUk Producers for a week Association milk company officials married women out of work JV in operation in Bear Mountain Park New York by the end of this week Mrs Franklin D Roosevelt and Sec retary of Labor Frances Perkins an nounced today in a joint statement A second camp nearby to accom modate 150 women will be 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 campers will not receive pay This experiment in providing ful employment and useful instruc tion amid wholesome surroundings Continued on Eighteen SWEATSHOP PROBERS ADOPT A PROGRAM HARRISBURG June After splitting over thc electionof a chairman the Joint Legislative Com mittee appointed to Investigate swcat shop conditions in Pennsylvania was in accord today on a tentative pro gram The first public hearing will be held next Tuesday atPhiladelphia No lace Thc new price Is 13 cents a quart and 8 cents a pint for grade A milk 1 pint for grade B milk Under the higher price the farmer will receive 35 cents additional for each one hundred pounds The ar rangement also provides that he will TC ot his milk at the prices than formerly Enforcement in Hands of Local Police Require ments Must Be Obeyed Highlights of New Beer Law Pennsylvanias urn beverage aw moro commonly known as the beer control bill took Its place to day on the statute books of thc commonwealth Effective at mid night thc act regulates thc flow of beer and wine Its salient features No bars beverage over spigot equipped counters allowed II there are stationary chairs No sales from midnight Sfitur dny till G a m Monday on elec tion days to Insane or intoxicated persons or minors No retail sales on credit except by hotels or clubs to registered guests or bona fide members r Sales for consumption on prem ises only by licensed retailers Penalties fine maximum montiiV imprisonment or both for or subsequent offenses nuii tiniiu wnuitisumt i i uiiouay HL jrunaacipnia JNO for needy young women now dates have been set for additional unonmlnvprl nrH withrmf incAnonnr rr will iv unemployed and without resources of their own resulted from an investi gation made by Secretary Perkins at the request of Mrs Roosevelt WOMAN KILLElTBY SHOT IN HER HOME HORSES WITHDRAWN THORNCLIFFE Palais RoyalPrincess Pyre Kamina Dark Colleen Ani mation Pal Phar Crest Man Weather clear track fast WASHINGTON PARK Alma S Wild Kitty Chat Eagle Adsum Thnnderlone Tack Collins Xazaire Barashkova Princess Caroline Brains Drombo Sym Jack Miscalculate Running Water Sand Boot Active American Wind Weather clear track fast NEW YORK June government today vigorously attacked j Charles E Mitchells contention that 3666666 he received from a huge management fund of the National City Company in 1929 was merely a and not subject to taxation as income As the trial of Mitchell former chairman of the National City Bank and its affiliate the National City Company accusedof dodging S350 000 m income taxes for 1929 and 1930 proceeded United States Attorney George Z Medalie drew from wit nesses a dramatic story of the setting up of a 52000000 management fund and its splitup by the principal of ficers of the institutions Frank J Maguire assistant secre Nacional City Co iden tified the minutes of directors meet ings at which the fund was created and Medalie read to the jury the terms by which the fund was to be distributed among the more fortu nate executives The directors decided to set up the i fund in January 1927 They ordered f SAN ANTONIO Tex June Lydia Whitftcld 29 was shot and instantly killed here today as she sat in her bedroom using the telephone Five shot were fired through a win dow One struck the woman in the back of the head at the base of the skull Police are searching for a woman in a red areas seen prowling about the house last night by neighbors RECENT GRADUATE the r iwii and minimum 48 in Sunrise today was at 534 a m and sunset will be at 824 p m eastern daylight saving time eastern ROOSEVELfASKS POWERWEROIL President Requests Con gress for Authority to Regulate the Industry WASHINGTON June President Roosevelt today requested Congress to give him authority to regulate the oil industry of the na The Presidents request for amend ment of the IndustriaLRecovery bill to this effect was transmitted to the House Ways and Means Committee tnrough Secretary of Interior Ickes Appearing as the a i hearing on the MarlandCappsr Oili Dictatorship bill Ickes said he was I authorized by Col Marvin Mclntyren j a White House secretary early today that the President wanted power toi supplement state laws regulating the I hearings which will be held in the shirt factory and conl mining regions of the eastern section Later the investigators plan to carry their in quiry into the western field Senator G Mason Owlett Tioga was named chairman of the com mittee by a fivetofour vote which represented a split between Repub lican organization members and sup porters of Governor Gifford Pinchot Judge Horace Stern Philadelphia was the Administration candidate Senator Harry J Bell Payctte was appointed chairman of the committee to investigate the handling of assets of closed banks After naming Rep David R Perry Blair secretary this committeedecided to proceed as a factfinding body and to hold its first meeting on June 15 RET URN FOR HALF CENTURY John Henry Anderson joined the Pennsylvania Railroads Century Club Anderson who is known by srorcs of the older residentsof Ridley Park began his service June 1 1883 as A ff Jnn Pfirlc statioli of the old Philadelphia Baltimore and Washington Railroad He was gold button for 50 years of continuous service lrc night In the presence of 70 of the railroad at a dinner held in Phila delphia The beer gusher that struck the greater part of this coimtry on April 7 was somewhat stemmed today by legal harness in thc form of the li cense law Grocery stores twobyfour speak easies drugstores cafes and divers other places that enjoyed thc profits from legal brew during the past seven weeks arc no longer displaying the now familiar and 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 just how many licensed beer dis penaarics there arc in Chester It is estimated that there are upwards of 300 who made application for a license Probably no one block in the city boasts of as many taprooms as does 1m ih p n ng the Morgan partners The com mittee agreed however to eliminate in the version made public the per made by the option warrants i ivis a speculation of what wa i per Mor accual shown Company took an nn option warrants and that a potential profit Of more thaS 000 was possible to persons per een KING MAYB3ESIGN DISPUTED P S C POST HARRISBURG June Clyde L storm center in a factional fight forcontrolof tha Pennsylvania Public Service Commis sion may resign as chairman ofthe daysy body within a lew nult thc state posfc if ap pointed by President Roosevelt to the agricultural adjustment admin MiL oa1 lcarncd tne State Capitol today WA SIirNGTON WASHINGTON The Washington Post was sold at auction today for George E Hamilton Jr a lawyer who declined to disclose whom he was representing submitted the high bid nfA his statws as chairman of thc commission depends on a avernor GifTord Pinchot seeki oust him and have C Jay Good lormcr speaker of the State body KePresematives head tha King a political ally being Miss Eleanor Trainer daughter of of e Garden City was graduated from thc State Teachers College on Monday Mr and Mrs Trainer attended the baccalaureate services and com mencement exercises SSc Pugh who have been in Columj bus Ohio where Dr Pugh attended conference of thc Presbyterian Church of America in an official capacity Chamberlain Keeps Com mons in Ignorance of Governments Plans have returned to their 226 West Mowry street at Clayton Memorial Park Play Center in West End LONDON June CASE QUASHED British Subject Threatened to Quit Country Maid Gets Pet The State Dog Law provides that BriLiin wm UOB provides that allen a the House of Commons today he get a license for one But if he lives in Delaware county he has a good chance it was revealed during a hearing in the office of Mag istrate Thomas C Berry today This somewhat startling revelation busy A The as and For the oil industry in addition to the powers granted the President concerning codes of fair competition agreements and licenses he is au thorized to prescribe regulations to was Continued on Page Eighteen U S TREASURYjEALANCE Jtme 1 CUP The treasury net balance for May 29 was S33382147156 Expenditures tttat day were Customs re ceipts for the month through May 29 were y j x j mi itXJ supplement state conservation legismemory lation regulating the production off Thc nark petroleum and the products thereof i End Busines among the oilproducing states and the Clayton between domestic production and jm ciafon r JLU WOT named in honor of the late Thomas J Clayton lor many years Judge of the Common Pleas Court and 3life long resident of the West End The Clayton school is also named for the jurist and is a deserved tribute to nis K by by the residents was and steps are now underway make the playgrounds one of the best equipped playgrounds in the city The first night found a group of ablebodied individuals rolling up their sleeves and going to work start ing to build the first piece of equip ment The workers have nearly completed the framework that will inclose a com bination of swings sltdingboards and seesaws The framework is made of threeinch pipe Construction of this slae is not childs play as most of the volunteers soon leared and thc lini in that neighborhood was price raises j came Mowry ie government e hearing of level nf t who was arrested Joseph R Springer bv Lion over utility regulating Topics of Times E Harold Hughes never worked on whlch explains why he had such a hard time fitting a screen door Memorial Day the other nave a hunch we saw it used to serve a 5ccnb beep m a central cafe yesterday Tom Fcelcy says the Democrats of the county are not interested in patronage But most of them that we arc acquainted with live in the To uphold the honor of the depart ment a nearby police chief had nia wife fined SI for parking overtime But you can guess who paid it Not that it matters but a county correspondent informs us that a man ls learning to play the sax ophone That in our opinion is the best time to learn The hearing ended abruptly when price i McConcchy produced alicense he garing war debts Chamberlain f tJUU V the installment of due to u United States June 15 Asked whether the government had reached any decision Chamberlain said It would not be desirable for me for citizenship He de f u balloon flight Into the stratosphere at the Century of Progress Exposition Professor Pic card will use buckshot for ballast dropping it as needs require Chicago a rain of buckshot should seem perfectly natural J P Morgan announces that he has about reached the age where he plans to retire Luckily New York state has an old agepension A speaker here said the sound of a hammer being continually used 03 pleasant music We agree When its used in industry instead of on political job holders and take his pet with him McConechy is going to give the dog away however The law permits the license to be transferred to another owner who is a citizen so he has de cided to give the dog to his housc KILLED IN CRASH L j nia1431 11UIU IlitVlIlt portation in interstate commerce of did petroleum and the products thereof worthwhile produced or withdrawan from stor age Jn violation of any state or fcd of jsoth organizej The determination teen has borne fruit eral law or the regulation prescribed to make the project The cairto arms was sounded by President Charles J Ward of the Business Mens Association and Mrs Wilson aieloch or the Clayton PT the volun and In n2I probability the playground will b ready for the grand opening before the school term has been completed President Ward and President Beloch Continued on Page Eleven Pa June J Hall 43 Philadelphia was fatally in jured and Lawrence Donahue 27 Philadelphia slightly hurt early to day when their truck crashed into a freight train at a street crossing here Srnokcr 9th and Sproul HH June 2nd Z2Q D G T Continued on Page Eighteen BRIDGE TRAFFIC DECREASES Travel over thc Delaware river bridge between Philadelphia and Camdcn is continuing to decrease Joseph K Costcllo manager reports During themonth of May there were 150000 lesstolls collected than in the corresponding month last year y An ad writer observes that moclrea women like to have a hand in every thing Except of course the that contains the dirty dishes The Weather WASHINGTON June Pennsylvania Partly cloudy tonight and continued cool Friday fair slowly rising temperature Western Pennsylvania Fair to il jffht Friday fair with slowly ris ing temperature TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m5711 a m 63 7 a m 60Noon 8 a m58 I p m 64 9 a m 2 p m r164 ;