Chester Times, June 6, 1933 : Front Page

Publication: Chester Times June 6, 1933

Chester Times (Newspaper) - June 6, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIR<TLATION FOR TY\ KIA K JONI.IS, INDIX. DECEMBER 31, 1932 20,328 FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH YEAR—NO. 17.612. Daily Leased Wire    c and International New • United Pre?-* yet tee INS I UP i I HESTER. PA., TIT.SPAY. JENE 6. IO,*? PRICE, TWO CENTS MATTERN LANDS IN J ™ OMSK AFTER SLOW N W1" ,ILS Nh" HOP FROM MOSCO W Apparently Meets Headwinds and Other Adverse Weather in the More Than 1,000 Miles Distance, Which Cut Speed of Round-World Flier to 110-mile-an-hour Clip MITCHELL’S WIFE KEPT OFF STAND PROGRAM ON VETS Drastic Provisions on Com* potation to Be Liberal-hied Combat Disabled Ex-Service Men ( hidh Affect cd Made 145 Miles From Newfoundland to Norway—Puts Him Five Hours, 16 Minutes Ahead of Post and Catty Plans Rest There, Refueling, Then to Continue Log of Mattern Round World Flight AII figure* Eastern Time I IM v light Saturday, June 3 5:21 a. rn.—Took off from Floyd Bennett yield, N. V. 11:30 p. rn—Sighted over Le*Ii* port, Newfoundland. 12:35 p. rn.— Heard pacing to iiea off MuKgrave Harbor, N. F. 12:50 p, m.—bighted mer Had-ham Inland, off Newfoundland. Sunday, June 4 10:00 a. rn.—Landed at Kragero Inland Norway. 10:00 p. rn.—Took off for (Mio. 10:20 p. m.—Landed at Lilles-trom Airport, (Mio, Monday, June 5 1:40 a in.—Took off for Moscow. 0:45 a. rn.—Landed at Morrow Airport. 0:15 p. rn.—Took off from Moi* row for Omsk. Tuesday, June 0 0:35 a. rn.—Land* at Omsk. MOSCOW. June S INS*- Sweeping arras* Siberia on his record-breaking sky ride around the world, Jame i Mattern. Ti xm aviator, landed a* Omsk a! 10.35 O M T today <0 35 a rn. E D.T.L He will remain there until tomorrox Omsk, an important town on the Trails-Siberian Railway line possessing an excellent air field, is 1450 miles east of Moscow. Five hours and sixteen minutes ahead of Wiley Pf st and Harold ■ Gutty, round-the-world fliers whose ref Ord he is, attempting to break, Mattern left Moscow al AIS p rn EDT., last night. While Mattern'a landing time at Omsk    was    given    officially    as    10,35 a. rn. O. M. T. <6 35 a, rn. E D. T h there    were    some    reports    he    had landed at I 33 p rn. Moscow or Omsk time. If the latter proves to br correct the elapsed time can be reduced by two hours Khabarovsk is the next ached died stop    aftei    Irkutsk Here    Mattern plans a longer rest, with time out for a tborough overhauling nj his ship and six or eight hours sleep before starting ’he most dangerous part of the    flight    from    Khabarovsk    to Nome over the most treacherous and bleakest trrriton in the world Apparently held back by headwinds and adverse weather, Mattern took 12 hours and 20 minutes 'n cover the distance between Moscow and Omsk He made only about HO miles an hour, as against his 145, mile an hour clip across the ocean from Newfoundland to Norway. Bf fore official word was received here telling of Mattern s arrival in Omsk, various false reports of landings reached October airport, where Russian airmen eagerly awaited news of hts progress. One report placed him at Sverd. lov.sk, only 1000 miles east of Moscow, while one from Harbin, Miti-churia, said he had flown as far as Irkutsk, 2500 miles away. Inadequate communication facilities and the fact that today is a So* vin "free day” contributed to prevent word of Matte.*us safe landing MITCHELL TELLS OF FINANCE DEALS Reiterate* Purity of His .Motives at Income Tax Trial NEW YORK, June « - *UP* - Charles E Mitchell reiterated, with dramatic vehemence today, the purity of his motives in establishing stock losses to avoid paying $850,000 in income taxes for 1929 and 1930. Government and defen.se forces permitted th*- bion red, dynamic former banker free rem. a.- stat witness at his trial on income tax charges, to tell the ’ full and complete” story of the frenzied finance of 'he years in which ire said his own fortune melted from $30,000,000 to ie.ss than not fling Mitchell, a millionaire 30 times over before the financial crash of 1929 admitted on th* witness stand that he was virtually penniless. He testified that lie had been that way since March. 1931, Max I) Stoner, quiet, soft-spoken chief counsel for Mitchell, led the witness through a reeital of financial adventures that led to his selling 8,-500 shares of Anaeonda Copper stock to his friend. W D, 'niornton president of the Greene Can anes Copper Corporation, a subsidiary of Amici >nda Mitchell turning away from the attorney, leaned far forward in his chair and addressed the jury as briskly as though he were talking to his own Board of Directors. I Mild that 8 >oo shares ot stock because the state of my personal forum* demanded it,” he declared. The government claims Urn sale Continued on rage '-even HOW DOLLAR ACTED IN FOREIGN MARKETS U ASH INC n (IN President Roosevelt get Director Doug Administrator Him JI -use conference t , compensation ques! Friends said h< ; proposed PXF CU ti VP re ononu prov s ion combat disabled v< Later if was dei Rainey that the I’ mu so House lead! v derail* * oonorm iring previous dr a? Responsible Demo a careful part; can at th*1 present time House taioied dra of tile administrate Toe Democrat!! : tee will meet today to formulate a de will hear a report fr committee oil vet era has determine d to fi cent reduction Inn It (he Senate Formal aes ion by t in opposition to policy would lei ship spin widr Ha me*, and M headed in OIH policy-forming i A balanced I Informed his & Hill is an essen plat for rn Bu: De moor J what they conc hop a ss task in st rat ion s first ii gross. op*rn revolt t uts is sweep!}; CongP s off i majorities in I wilted under i attacks and home * In ft nth rs cd t h< rn campaign rP B d - liber* ions der.* sa *.cd th th elf.-rf It dent tic pen r u \ st eer in Pi* * House leader-w it h Sp< a aer I end* - Byrns eel ion and the rn anni her t the Pr* ident men on (' ■oded IO major bi again t ig the h its feet, both rh a steady prof*-ores Of veteran? s on that t of the p eftains ti be virtual g th*- adm : tie vv st h ( Urn MORGAN INCOME TAX INQUIRY IS HALTED FOR TIME Senate Group Votes to Suppress Facts; Holds Hum Scission Includes Financier’s Tho Partners; Control of Rails Bared GET P. M. C. DEGREES TODAY a \: the vet err it lie clo do The pa ambers h bai rage f! oui ‘ b districts, * ire beg inn issue alc ( ontinued on Page Seven Ail lions;h Her name figures prom!-nentlv in tier bu bind's (rial on income tax evasion * barges, Mrs. ( baric* I Mitchell, vufe of Hie former head of the National Cliv Rank. is barred bv a Supreme ( our! ruling from laking the witness viand. Mrs, Mit< hell iv shown av she entered court in New York to hear her husband's testimony. Th MU MOTON June 8 INS' — opased inquiry int** income tax ct three Morgan partners was set! tor the present by the Banking and Currency Com-today commuter ordered Ferdinand its special counsel, to drop rome tax inquiry for the pres- was directed to proceed with 'bases of the Morgan Inquiry, rvv page «>f frenzied financial how asg low J P Mot gan «V n> I apt I * ti the i .isS: i ail that till* Vin Swertngcn cs built ('ti borrowed capital ubllc investments, wa* to be today at the Senate banking V in 8werlngen brothers, ac- j I to the picture already reacquired a series of great ii liner without the investment ti* penny bl I heir own. They cd c spital hi make rash pay • aud then flouted securities to tin balance of their indebted i taking "Vcr such prominent I. av the Nickel Plate and the >< ake and Oh o Morgan interest began to ap-1 story when tim Van swer* finally wet t to the intr r-i! banking firm to get loans pure I sa e of * q iipment, Ruble i n a Ferdinand Peeora, Senate counsel will bring out *■ v c I n p rn e n t th*’ Morgans d cont rn I of all the Van 8w * i carrier* through the giant my Corporation, a holding Senate Banking and Currency 1'** first decided what to do Investigating the income tax of three Morgan brother* It Pf. *! a and John VV, I )av I -! irgan counsel, t<> agree on a ion of alt farts concerning tin* taxes of William Ewing, Stanley and Thomas 8 La.-unior Morgan partners railroad Inquiry found Mor- f iiritinued on Page *vr\rn 24 GRADUATES OF P. M. C. GIVEN DIPLOMAS TODAY Geo. II. Dem, War Secretary, Gets Honorary Decree at ( ommencement Senator IU A. Reed and Others Also Honored— Full Program of Events REED I*, s v^n.itor from Penns' Ivanla. awarded honorary degree of lim tor of Laws (•I "ID.I ll OI Its Secret.irv of War, awarded honorary degree of Din tor of Law* TROUBLES OE SAM STOTT MULTIPLY Paroled (’unstable Haled Into ( On rf In His \\ ifc; Other Cases Disposed Of FLAMES DESTROY TWO DWELLINGS Firemen Given Battles Early Today at (oncord-\ die and Nit. Hope Impressive ex* re ires, with a vi rid *uch of brill [I ant s nlntary pageant vy« .irked the celt > fit rrii g of honori try I d* *grees on S ecrt ta ry of War Geol "ga lf . Dem and Da vl <1 \ Reed, Sen IOT : Ut tilted State? 5 S**nu dor from Penns yl- olla aud ot ber p3 rominent men * lil.l rn ornlng at the a nnual commem re ta e rn exercise ry College *s af I P< an. ylvai-.i M tu ( oincld* nt w Uh the commem ne - ut exercls es. gt •initiates Irom all DEBT PROPOSAL W. A. MCCLATCHEY WELFARE RELIEF MADE BY BRITAIN DIES IN HOSPITAL PLAN APPROVED Reticence of Officials af Washington Seems to Indicate Its Truth W idely-known Realty Man of tapper Darby, III Eleven W eeks PARIR June I i UP' Tm dollar closed fractionally lower today at 2138 francs <4 67 nuts per franc! after opening at 21 40 francs LONDON, June 6- <UP>—The dollar rn id steady today, opening at $1 OI to the pound and (losing at $4 01.,, against Saturday's close of $4 0!, RI RI IN, June 6 (UP* The dollar was quoted today at 3.565 marks *28 05 cents pci mark * ROME, June 6- UP>—The dor ar opened today at 16 23 lira <6 161 cents per lirei and closed at 16 18 cents. > ( HANGES MADE • IN THE SFHEDFLE WASHINGTON. June 6 INS * Definite indications that Great Betain Ila* made a debt proposal to the United States were forthcoming from administration officials today For the first time in weeks, officials withheld a negative r* p.y in response a*. tf> whether any debt offer had been received from Great Britain Tin? reticence followed reports from London that the British Government w,is awaiting a reply from the United Stat* to a communication delivered by f-ir Ronald I mdsay. British Ambassador. Asked whetter Sir Ronald had delivered a British debt offer and whether a reply wa under consideration by this government, Assistant Secretary of State Muley said *1 can't av” Wi md ll it De la - on Hue ll <• nn I Intents, perat ions putons!.. Ope: II M ■ ( Clat J r, I hr* at ion ca * leaves ’latch* v; chey, ar William e broth Frank. rby Reel ions >d today at t ’hiladclpiua after an rn stomach and liver ridley underwent two last one on March 23. Ii a* t in following s lug d ins (it ;Uh, widow Mrs Elizabeth sister Mia* Ada M< -four sons, Walter A * I w a rd it rid Donald. George ll. John ii Int'* • two prominent ie and building fields. Several additions have been nu de to the schedule of the graduation exercises of High School Junior High Schools and grammar schools of the city, The complete schedule is a-follows: tuesday, June 20 Dewey Grammar School in the Smrdley Junior High School auditorium, and the Douglass School in their own auditorium On from reaching here until many hours the following day. Wednesday, Jon- after he had ret his red white and blue plane Century of Progress” down at Omsk Mattern planned an over-night stop LONDON, June 6-~<UP»—Viscount Snowden, lf rim r chancellor of the exchequer, advised the government today to meet the June 15 war debt payment to the United State,**, in a special article in the Daily Mail, Continued on Page 'seven ( \ lf I) IN AL OI I ll I ATU) Dennis Cardinal Dougherty con-ferred degrees on 47 Rosemont College STR WGL KI MES ANNOY RESIDENTS 21, the Franklin School exercises will students yesterday at graduation ex- b** held in the Franklin School auditorium and the Smedley Junior High School exercises will be held in th” at Omsk for fuel and rest He planned school auditorium Exercises of the to follow the Trans-Siberian Railroad Chester High School will be held on east of Omsk, landing at Krasnoyarsk Thursday, June 22, in fhe Smedley and Khabarovsk and Acme non-stop Junior High School auditorium from the latter to Nome, Alaska Mattern lifted his plane, "The Century of Progress,” to a graceful takeoff here last night, under the glare of powerful ground flares The craft disappeared into a steel blue, moonlit sky streaked with clouds. He had arrived in Moscow at A 55 a. rn. Monday *E, D, T 1 after a fast flight from Oslo. Norway He had intended to take off in two or three et cis e: held in the gymnasium of ’.de Institution An honorary degree of dm tor of science was awarded to Mr' Sedgwick Kistler, wife of the Democratic National Committeeman from tilt* state, in recognition of her interest in Catholic higher education. Ungdaie w p\l it s and my gas t ha dows lr wok * ii coughin the ihr< source id of the soul lien tern area .ie iuding Darbv Col-Sharon lh.I and Colwyn as itll* :* sect ions W* re annoyed had br • night by a strange wafted through open win-o hundred*, of homes I* in-,, eau mg severe tits of g and a burning sensation in sat Police tried to trace the if t he I ume wit bout ,* j* < * s ( bester Property Owner (Jives Talk on Rent Relief at Allenton n ( (invention ALLENTOWN, Pa. June 6 John R Helms, president of the Delaware Count v Property Owners’ Association. spoke before several hundred pet son* from all parts of Hic alate who attended the convention of the Lehigh County Emergency Relief Board lo Id in Allentown Mr Helms who has been active in research work f*n mat fez ? pertaining I *> rent relief spoke on The Need for Rent Relief rn Pennsylvania af today’s conference , In brl' f tile address of tire kreal lr Ider of the property owners was a* follows In discussing housing for the unemployed and the question of rent relief, we are dealing wish on** of Ute most vltsl problems confronting relief organizations and property owners in I iiLs st lite today Ii is universally recognised that the fundamental need* tm human existence must ire provided, for ti lose Unable to secure these essential* for themselves, and although food, clothing and fuel has been provided by th* stair and federal governments, the entire burden of shelter has falien upon the shoulders of tin individual property owner "Other Stales among which are New York, N'w Jersey, Delaware. Maryland, Ohio, Michigan and Wic- ( uniinuerf un Page ■seven S * ’ Si aff , farmer con table of the I A ar tills cit y, now iiv ing in M Ha c, was In court again vestei Ti Mine in* faced the c ti UK .lr* Ila Scott, hts divorced w : t •1, ut la \ limit st lect, this city. I hilt he WI US I >t supporting hts tw > Sen 11 d Judge Albert Dut- ton \ la. hat be bas not sue • * Cfi lf* I I ll fin* ag employ merit sin* *■ his i* ret if f*, but that ta* wanted til sui at Isl? *»vs Au (sider of IBI a wet k WRI !*-, iud * lie rout t Kit id It was it It ! lh understanding that st ii* cd no ..j airily complied wit ii until he g* ,*. 1 aa I in Cl MU t e: \ 1 Mensed 'he hofie that Si * *t t W 1 itll ii f n find employment lf. AS pa ad ; a debt tis wk let y and we in 1 1* f ng ! C s aid birn find some- 11 ti 11K to ( lo, * ,Judge M art bide (le cIn * * ai 8< * •! t V rn*. ie* •ei nt Iv 1 el* 1 < i ti oui ' he count i t I [in: Md! dter spending more than tw (I V * A I ? for rom po acy and malfci I* 111 office charges, of w in* h hi e wax 1 onvicu a1 ai J a u us t y, 1931. l\ if** N Ames "(Mfie* 6>imzn'* An 1 ort! lei fit a week for the sup- Ina t C d 1 ii , U I ti und son was placed on john VV Miller, <*! the 1200 bl*** k West : Nil uh J ! I pi *t, tins city, after tile 1 wd* Mi Ro* Miller. Of the 2500 block W est %• ii i*li street, bad told Judge Ms ICI lad* ** that Lf* husband had PH Id H I it I :on , t o another woman I ll' otln r woman mentioned, Mrs t jell lie it* I n tan ut iii*' 1200 blo'k. West I - ii th j 11 reef, took the wit newt Stand id .st t i iii gly dented any liltt- limey wit ti Mil I Btl*' also Hi * lated aile h. ■ pi re tv ct I no gilt.*, from turn as bai teen cl hi 1 reed by Mrs Miller My t band M lid Mr. Miller a car and v ret !ite< I him a gai ac ” uh# . aid J ; »*** t to have Mix Miller ai rest* •ti tx* •eau IS* • of til*: * charges aga in* t I ill* s til r* exclaimed. Min. till * I * va id she I* ft her hus- band up' (is 0 f five years ago and ii.i*i i* •eel I VC) d no supfMirt from him Wile 0 A, sis!alif I>i.**i u' Attorney I oui* A Bl axon intimated that Mil I* I W it. s r lot t * v ll ig to obtain employ- ment. ti ie d* fondant blurted out, I hat S a ii* Judge Ma* I lad* I< prl- Ep f 'ii of mysterl ornlng, dr .si d by Mrs. Matt id road, ad ( Mount ii* Church, near ’IU is orig iv cd a tile iin Hung sa r i ens tire n< ast, tm tor of Mot int in : he alii! rn •in Mr a ti Erns away from her a* !<> children ai in i lieu ne ‘I lie flan wt\ when Felton lim arrived st met Mi* Ormi the house and tire whereat* d j lie n lid him v home at Rock es had made v the Concoidvii r* and < 'In mica I ire scene ll Mi I hodl*t luge «Been. tai by Rev *> past few »pe church, lire district ibv wnlkirrg quest ion* d ut* of 11*■ r Iliey were dale teat beadle and Hie I Uomparry filii com oid! d Miller and ordered hun y $3 I fir f onlempt «>i < tour i I ■ fir re was remitted, Wh»*n Mi Ancient by Vehicle Sought Historical Group SCHOOL BOAK I) YOUNG CLERICS MEMBERS AT ODDS RECEIV E DEGREES ( (iii rf Dismisses X ct ion Impressiveness Marks the I ontinued on Page i ive NEU ARREST MADE IN MCELROY KIDNAPING KANSAS ( TIT, Mo , June r, J*; 4> Another arrest was made Uxiay in the kidnaping of tile city man aget a daughter, Mux, Mary Mi Fir ic, and d< active;, recovered $1,795 mon of the $30,000 ransom. I hey took Bm nard Ell'worth, 32 into custody at a wrecking company plant, wiiii ii he partly own On Ila1 premises they found a small gin.* air covered with finders and containing the money in crisp ra w bills (rallies Ba l jigs! returned from fighting a fin* al Bunton I .ake Lire Mi inshy dwelling a frame .structure, was a rn aaa of names and Hie firemen were forced to concentrate til* ii efforts to Having the church parsonage, occupied Icy Rey, Ernst and lib family. They sprayed the roof top and north side of the pa rani rage and thus prevented .‘.pinks igniting the woodwork I he nu was filled with sparks and heavy smoke, In addition to the companies tr.cn-1 Honed, eight other* responded They wen the Lf ani ll* gilts, Ogden, ('lies* I tee Township, Boothwyn, Brookhaven, Marcus Hook, Linwood and Viscose, but all effort* of tin fin fighters failed to save the (mushy home it Was learned that Mrs Ch rushy had ref * ntly moved most ut her tui-mtitle tat a n* w home iii Rockdale 1 where her two children, George, 17, and I cltoy, H, were sleeping, Mrs Ernst, who recently returned from a Philadelphia hospital, where she underwent an operation, their daughter. Lois, IO, and Min* Mary dorm of Trenton, N J, who has been j assisting Mrs Ernst ainee her illness, ( antamrit on I'.ige I ive MI ST MAKE RETL RN OF GASOLINE TAX *    - I a ph ( oopf * former propru 'or of a service station on West Ninth strf't near Penn street, this city, ava *1 himself from a jail sentence yesterday when Ie paid $35 on ae* count of a $10,700 shortage In his return to tire ,State Department fit Revenue for gasoline taxes According to Ber! <IrifTen, state agen*, Cooper hits been repeatedly warned to make payments fur th** large deficit but has filled to do SO Yester rill v, w hile before Judge John M Broomall, he pulled a check for $35 from hrs (rocket, tendered it to < lr iff en anti it was accepted Judge Bioornall ordered him to (ray a similar amount ev* > y mon! h I VII RGI N( Y OPI KA I ION Mies Gladys Inwell, of 114 West Mowry street,, Kuffcied an acute atta* k of appendicitis at her home last Dight Dr Paul Crowther, th*1 family physician, was notified, arid after an examination advised her removal to the Crozier Hospital, where she underwent un emergency operation 'hot*ly afer bet admission part* of the United State.* were pr» -j cut to observe the 112th anni vet sary ct f. M (’ the .second oldest military college rn this country. P. M C s antiquity as si military institution aa* particularly emphasized bv tha presence of Henry Adult, HH years pm, tit New Yolk City, the only surviving member «»t the P M c cadet battery that n.sponded to the call ic ued by Governor Curtin of Pennsylvania during the Civil War and rushed to th*- front to aid in the repulsion of General Lee when the latter Invaded Penmylvan i In addition to conferring the decree °f doctor of law i on Secretary D* rn and Senator Reed, the Rf. Rev. Francis M Taut, Bisht^j of tho Protest int Episcopal Diocese of Penn-ylvania, and president of P M, C's hoard of trustees, conferred the degree of doc! or of science on Dr. I/eon Levy, president of th** WCAU Broad-ca Hung Company, Ptiiladelphia, and Hie degree of doctor of divinity < a th* Rev Robert T. Tumbeislon, of Philadeipius, lh Levy, in accepting his degt a *»t do* tor **f st t* nee Jrom Bisii p I’alit, declared that it will not na long lie fore new sboys in London w ill is selling the newspapers of Am- it a within an hour of the Line they ara published in nm countiv rills," he .‘aid. "is bring accompli hid iiv photographic lmpres**ion$ • *f the entire new paj r, the inipluse* of which are sent i»v ladto.” I if*- ffoetor (ired (ted a great futurd for television, sins "it is tmpoasibia and unwise at present lo predict wit* it television va ill be perfected. What will (Ontinued an I, its I Page SHOWERS AGAIN FORECAST FOR TODAY Dx’al showers and thunderstorms, with not mufti change in temper* Run*, are predicted today and to* morrow in Eastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey. Delaware ann Maryland. The highest temperature here yes* I err! av was Hi degree*, at 2 30 p rn, and th# lowest a ai 68, at 7 a. rn. The leverage < 1 78 was nine degrees above normal for the date but two degrees below th»* average June 5 last year. Maximum temp*'rat'ire for the date is loo, established in 1923, and mini* mum 52, in 1926 Bunn, * today w*a at 5.32 a rn , and sunset will be at 8 27 p rn.. Eastern , daylight snv mg time IN ll KED IN (It 5SII Otto Lincoln, 21, of 86 Portland street, Haverhill, a .student, was seriously Injured today when his automobile era shed into a poi# near Malvern, a suburb of Philadelphia, ll** was taken to the Bryn Mawr Ho.* pita!. Brought bv Official in Kid lev Town hip Graduation Exercises at ( ro/cr Seminary Industrial Control Machinery Easy to Apply (Ontinued on Page '"even HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (B* I Jilted Pres*) An old carriage, that even a junk photograph of the vehicle taken at dealer might pa*s by aa worthless if that time and showing an army ofli-he found it abandoned on a dump. Is cer and three P. M C cadet seated one of the prized heirlooms of the in the historic contraption, is still Le:per Estate The ancient vehicle preserved by the family, is under constant guard at the plant The casual observer would not even of Rogers A: Albany Warehousing Co,, take a second look at the caning" Cli t* Inc nae Fourth street and Melrose ave The history of the wagon u rome- today, unless his attention wa.*? called to its history Close examination re-reals thai all ’he door handles are what dimmed, but it was made more of solid silver and there us a siiv* r AT VV WUNG! ON PIRK 1— < None,! 2—•( rash. Adsum Kibitzer, 3—Judge Judy, Baptism, Treasure. P h a n t a s i m e, Roval than a century ago by Watson, a famous carnage builder in this section. It was built for George Or •* Leiper, an associate judge :n the Pennsylvania Courts, who had the reputation of being a genial host and a lover of good horses 4— None.!    In    *’‘ day the carnage was 'he 5— None.)    pride of Delaware county and af- 6—Wayward Lad. Noeur Blanche, traded attention, no matter where it ^unnvside Up, Sergeant Hill. wa5    It was used in many 7— None.)    famous parades rn Philadelphia and and presented 8—Dispatcher, Bettv Barrett, Tack, P'rt*f'd General Andrew Jackson and group. Morality, Yucatan, Lion Hearted, President James Buchanan, when the Spei lac u I ar.    ;;',rpr paid a visit to Philadelphia in Weather, clear; track, fast.    # Following the death of Judge Leiper, AT BLUE BONN T5    the estate was disposed of and ninon, —    other articles sold was the carriage 1—Spot Crest.    Heirs of the estate later learned of 2—Chile Gold, Longitude, Dr. Potter, its intrinsic value and purchased it strip, on which is engraved the name of the builder, somewhat tarnished but as good as the day it was attached The rest of the vehicle is in a state of decay It is understood that officials of th" Franklin Institute Philadelphia, an anxious to add the carriage *o th* r collection of things historical and it is believed that sonic day in th** not. far distant future, it will be renovated to some historical which 1 Rld- me to crday, SC ll oui h- i on a *>au'f ii had tx en It Bentley, > x avenue, t the ixia rd. Cfi eld dls-M; - Acnes ie Woodlyn WOMAN JAILED; FOF NO WITH STILL Agnes Sin, of James street, Oakview, is reposing in the county jail in Beni'h VV av, Little Jay. Handley, from the person who had possession default of bail, Biter a squad of raid- ' The he have marl ley Town flip H* hex JI Boa the attention of the * >ur when the president of ^ board and on** of the dust ‘ cr. wi re bi ought into ' <> :r and battery charges whir preferred bv Di (> or.-*-of Fairview road and /. Woodlyn, also a ne rn ber o Judge W. Roe*r Pron missed the c is* bi aimt Rodgers, ii teach*r in ti school, af lei listening lo lier nevus* » for v I):, B* rn ’» / ti tit • d that ’n* teacher threaten (led to "slap him on April ll after he L.ad qti'utioned nfu regarding home work in arithmetic. 'Iii** school director claimed Le had been treated with "di?courtesy and disrr sped " I he court dismissed th* caf w it li-out hearing from Mrs, Rodgers, or any of her witnesses. Mrs Rodgers, who was represented by Attorney J. Bolton Weeks, had ip-pc-aied the case to coup a fur a stormy hearing on May I before Magistrate Walter S. Swarthy, at Glenolden At that tune the teacher declared that lh" had been treated with 'I wenty-two students were honored with degrees at the sixty-fifth comme:.' em* nt exercises of Crozer Thro op'* WASHINGTON, June 6 right 1933. by Unit'd Pi** * Those who will administer the mdu.una! logical    Seminary, whu ii ix-gan at    control bill repudiate    suggestions    to:,* 10 30 a    rn. today in Commencement    th*-v    seek to establish    a    dictatorship Hail on    the campus of the tnstitu-    over    industry hon William Ernest Hocking L H l> Alford Prof* *or of H I* r v a    r d University, Cambridge, M u* , gave th** romm* ncement dress, whirh wan built around topic* God in ’he Adult World,” He advised his hearers of the need ad * tile Hie administration’s Ars! aud chief Philosophy of ob^ct ln thls far reacidng legi'lation, as authoritatively explained, if to put nu n and women back to work and revive buying power This seemingly mild and humanitarian object hitv been lost sigil' of in the steaming cont rover v which broke into a revolt again t the administration when the Senate Finance* Committee struck out dra, tic powers to lice I, *• industry, 'n icy were m tiu bill a it passed the House President Room ve!t insisted upon he committee for keeping ;r place for G-xi in the lives of those of the present day busy world with Its many man made works He congratulated the members of the class upon their attainment of a religious education and urged them to continue to strive to make themselves useful to God and in the lives their restoration and cif others,    reversed its decision fore Until he is able to buy clothe* for himself, n* w die aes for his v if**, furniture for las house, <* new car, business as a who!* ( annot exp* <: to thrive, in administration opinion President Roasfveit u- no! content to wait for lagging wages to <at* a tip up proposed therefore, ins industrial recovery bill as an emergency measure, to speed up the process. Hp has chosen revival of con timer buying pow cr as til** point of attack, His purpose is to (un more people to work by reducing houri of work, and to raise vat!*' To curtail hours without raising the r:*r* of pay, the administration contends, would only reduce buying power It is here that complications enter. Once Industries aglee to such a program, they ar** left at Luc mercy of rho hid romps cutthroat competitors who by taking Vi    advantage of an over* rodded labor market, could undersell on a sweat- f I opicsof J i Hies J A group of F Kington aviators ara said to be forming a dramatic club, They should reach great heights. f thers who spent thousands of ri* ira to g;v** their sous an eclu* * un will get a quarterback when the commencement season is over. And among o?h*r tilings a number cl ii.' bo . md girls will return horns with a sheepskin, it*? r save ’em, grads looks like a long ( »!d winter ahead. It just occur:ed to u that a mini-Ixr of lug yhnt.H who have been .•itting on J P Morgan's lap for ’."ii n A' feel ar big as ’liar midget who sat on his Sap the other day. Moths, says a scientist, art th# j least aggressive of all imvect*. After I getting out ia.-t Kummer's suit are art convinced they am willing to take a [ back seat. Ti .< *•-•' Ko. ar convict# n id# a vile] da.?L for liberty while watching a baseball game B's a wonder fans in Bak«*r Bowl aren't tempted to do the same thing. Steairuship lines are advertising very cheap rates thus summer. We merely print this for the information of those who may think they’re included in th" big probe. Jimmy Mattern couldn’t uoder* rdaud 'he people when he made his fir:' landing in Europe. You're wrong. It wa Md Scotland, it 1 is Jomfruland Island A county farmer atle King a pin in a c the “justice” .'.aid he him to jail. was fined for it, For tw ■* pins would hair sent The Weather 6—1 CT) ■ -Interior, Viola Stinson. Dome.    of it. 4— None I.    Year.c    rolkd    by    and    th*    carriage 5—Pursuit.    was frequently used in parades and 6—Black West, Sonnelli, Golden Lf- demo:, trations, its last known u fort. IrUh Pearl. Knave of Club', being in the early part of this century, < vrano    when J w as used by Pennsylvania *—(.old Ridge, song and Dance Man. Military College officials during a Athlon** Lass.    display on commencement day. A crs, including State Detective A. L. MacNeal and County Detective O. N Smith swooped down on her establishment and found a still in operation Considerable liquor was found, the raiders testified before Magistral# 233 697.55; expenditure?- $8 873,631.80; Forwood Clark, of Glenolden,    customs receipts $2,727,385 41. The address    to    the members    of    the    before the Senate tomorro graduating    e]a.v-    was    made    by    Pro- ; The plan of action    an now being    shop*basis I* ssor I. O Matthews, of the .seminary drafted is simple despite the many *j*}.,. p,(j*s licensing psovl ions ai r faculty, who is professor of Old Testa- details involved in application.    derlr*d    for    use against such Dirates— ment Literature and Exegesis. He    Inflation    or the expectation of it, reminded the members of the class    which has    run up prices, benefits an of the faithfulness with which they    average of    two persons for every eight    ^ sufficient    to    hold potential out- w »  ------- wi|! b#> expected to < wry on in the that are left wors* off The two, who laws in line. In this m nae the ad- ri„ua,    lwai    MtH1 Hisn peel by the choel director and caDing for whim they hay* dedicatee may be bu sines, men or speculators, m imitation regards 'he licensing tnn^ht and Wednesday; not much themselves. He congratulated the    gain from    tranK*etinn« made en a    —   —    —*    --    -    ----- M    ‘    ”    *    * ( ontinued on Page f ive    members and expressed regret that    rising    market ____________ *    the group would no longer be present    'TH'-    -*1—    - I . S. TEE ASI RY BAI.ANC E    a' th* Seminary, but urged them to prosecute the tasks lying ahead of WASHINGTON, June 6—(INS>—    them in their endeavors in actual life Treasury balance as of June 3, $343.-    and experience with all the best prin- back to work Until    they do,    ’he    nated w*ould be competition in reduc average man is worse    off than    be- ‘ ing wages. WASHINGTON, June The weather forecast: Eastern Pennsylvania and New r„«    , ,,,    a,in,. nt    o    4 ;* ** *    ** *    •*»*“•• * > “** ('**«> a—    Jersey—Probably local    (hundershow* El Sh    SI1    ™    .rn    OM'    ben ’ll    in    ,n f8<*‘admlnist rat ion believes the    ers tonight and Wednesday; not    much s    wnich    has    run    up    prices, benefit*    an    very existence of full powers would    change in i**ni(x‘r*ture. Western Pennsylvanla—Partly In this sense the ad- d,,ud*. probably local thundershower# -** ’ •*•••' *-* v»*v»w, “••*.' w* «'*'’***■ *■ *** ** v* • *- ■    muunrsuoD r* “'*■ ”    **    ‘    ■ He congratulated the    gam from    transactions    made on    a    provision    not a? a club over mdus-    change in temperature. „ J    try, but as a club to protect    industry The other eight, a* consumers, find from its Internal enemies. their wages and .salaries do not go    Th"    objection is raised that this as far a;- before.    Eventually th*    would    nullify competition.    Friends benefits may trickle    down as bus!-    of the    measure answer that    the only ness improves and more persons go competition which would be eiimi TODAYS TEMPER I TUSKS ("ontinued on Page Five 6 a. rn. 7 a. rn. 8 a. rn, 9 a. rn. i IO a. rn. 68 ll a rn. 68 12 Noon 70 I p rn. 72 2 p. rn. 72 » ;

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Publication: Chester Times

Location: Chester, Pennsylvania

Issue Date: June 6, 1933

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