Chester Times, June 7, 1933

Chester Times

June 07, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - June 7, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NKT PAID ( BUL LATION FOE I W EL VE .ION I 38, ENDING DECEMBER 31. 1932 20,328 FINAL edition it it it it With All Latest and Rest News of the Day 57TH VP]AR NO. _JL_ 17,613. Da:l Weaned Wire Reports of United Pre** (UP1 and Intetnationai Nrws Spruce <INS> niKSTER, PA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7. 1033 PRICE, TWO CENTS KEYES IS READY TO BEGIN (KIME PROBETOMORROW Noted I’. S. Investigator to Seek Indictment s o f County Men Reported That Man} Who Have Reen Convicted Are to Re Questioned she-s a cunnel, MORGAN BATTLES AGAINST INCOME TAX PROBE BY I. S. Counsel Protests Senate Croup Has No Such Power Delegated Committee Drafts Resolution Asking Bod} to Broaden Its Scope Jurors, Witnesses, Lose Dollar Pay In accordance with the new state law, approved by the governor two weeks ago. Jurors in Delaware county will henceforth receive $3 for each day s services, instead of $4 Witnesses In criminal ca** * will be paid $2 ilaiiv, instead of < The mileage allowance remains at six cents for jurors and three cents for witnesses Tile lower rate will save this countv at least $15,000 annually, it is estimated. The Federal Grand Jury investigation into alleged crime, rum rings and political corruption in thus county begins tomorrow, four days ahead of the time originally scheduled. Thus surprising announcement was \iPft Miss Mary King Montgomery, made yesterday by united States At- of Lexington. Hr., who is the newest torney Edward W. Wells and closely and probably the most attractive following the announcement, Chet A. Keyes, star prosecutor of the fosces of the Department of Justice, arrived from Washington. D C It us expected that subpoenas to be served on witnesses will be plaeed in the hands of U. S Marshal Walter C. Fetters, a resident of Upper Darby. It is generally understood that several who were convicted of liquor Jaw violations in this county, those who • took Un rap" for omenne {I » have been closeted with Department of Justice agents during the past few days and they have told all they know. Certain officials, It is hinted, have also been quizzed by those conducting the probe. Known as "99 Percent Keyes,” because of his record of convictions, the special prosecutor plunged into conferences with investigators soon after hi* arrival In Philadelphia Mr. Keyes had not lung for publiea-tion. pointing out that he was unfa miliar with the late in the probe. bwc»u*( but he did say he wi work "This is to be an the Grind Jury," he development; invcsti to It ion bv delib- < ontinued on Page Ten WOMAN MOTORIST UHM) FOR HEARING Criminal charges of assault and battery by automobile and reckless driving will be pressed against Mrs. Anna Deutsch, 42, of 211 Sunnyside avenue, whose automobile mowed down two small children, who were playing on the lawn in front of their home on the afternoon of May 29 The little victims were Lawrence and Joseph Trout, 5 and 4 years old respectively, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Trout. 2418 Lindsay street. The older boy was a patient in the Chester Hospital until yesterday and is still under the rare of the family physician at home. The woman motorist was arraigned for a hearing in police court thus morning, being represented bv Attorney Norman Snyder. Mr. Trout had Attorney E, A. Howell for his counsel and when a representative of the company in which Mr*. Deutsch has her automobile insured could not reach a satisfactory agreement concerning the damages. Mrs. Deutsch was released in $500 bond for a continued hearing on June 21. At the time of the accident, the tots were playing on the lawn when Mrs. Deutsch lost control of her car. which mounted the sidewalk and ran over two lawns before her wild nde honorary colonel of the Blue (ira** State, ^he was appointed to command the R. O. T. C . at the I niverity of Kentucky, where she is a student, She will ako represent her state at the Khododendron Festival, at Ashet die. V. ( , COUNTY IS LOSER BY PROVISION BF PARKINSON BILL Dm. Pinchot's Action, Ia*s-senintf Appropriation, Resented In Taxpayers Executive Approves Oui} .Money to Aid Second Class Township Roads Delaware county's loss of more than $200,000. caused by Governor Pinchot's revision of the Parkinson Highway Appropriation Bill has caused a wave of resentment to sweep the taxpayers nty, and particularly the >f the county's first class boroughs and the city of WASHINGTON Ji. The authority to stage quiry into the income all partners in he f Morgan and Co, will I Senate today by the S and Currency Commit A re? ‘pl n | Rankin special powers to probe the pf lect of individual st or I < transaction* on Frd- eral taxes, wa? ; drafted by a special sub-committee. It will be introduced in the Senate during the aftennxin and its immerii ate adoption asked. The resolute »n would empower the i committee to i nvestigate a series of stock transact ions by Thomas S Lamont, which enabled him to reduce his 1931 menu ne taxes. It likewise w’ould author! zc it to investigate similar transit triton* bv any other partner in the I Morgan firm. The Great V* in Swe un gen Railroad Empire, valued at hundreds of mil- lions of dollars . was erected through an original Im est men t of *1.000.000. O P Van SweI ringen, after a nights search of his it •cords made this rev- elation a* he resumed the witness stand for the th Ord successive day. The two Val i Sweringen brothers, he said started i in 1916 with $1,000 OOO, He previously • revealed that they bought one rail! mad after another, on borrowed capital and public Invest ment* until in 1926 they controlled the largest pm ately-owned rail sys-. tem in the worl d. The proposed tax Inquiry undoubt- edlv will result in a court battle John W Dav: is, chief of the Mor- gan counsel, int imated he would not allow his clients to answer any ques- VET. RILL (OI KSK BY ROOSEVELT IS SPURNED IN HOI SE Compromise on Regulations Rejected hn 'Inadequate' by Soldier Bloc To Dress for Acceptance of Rider Adding SI70,000,-000 to Allow aures URY' INDIANA IS AYU'ON REPEAL BY 2 TO I BALLOT Vt I/east JIO .Moist Delegates Elected to Convention on .lune 20 Rural Delaware Votes I to I in Kavor of the Sale of Beer CROSSING SIBERIA VIA AIR of this < taxpayer township Chester. As orig ware con Assembly and Sen funds arr tenance Chester, ( ontinued on Page Im nally supported bv the Dela-ity members of the General and approved bv the House te. the bill provided state Minting to $29,600 for main-~)t .streets in the city of $33 500 for borough road FORMER BALDWIN WORKER DIES IN CAI WASHINGTON, June Insurgent leaders of the rejected flatly President compromise in the bitter veterans* economies. New Executive regula mated to restore bet wen and $70,000,000 of the pn OOO,00») reduction effecte< dent Roosevelt were aflat adequate" by Rep Pa ti Tex. and others of tb soldiers* bloc, This group, anticipant! victory, will press on for cep! a nee of a Senate ride! dependent Offices Approj which adds $170 000 (MKI to mens allowances. Some administration however, believed the Pre tion might bring mail] Congressmen back in lim Rainey expressed belief Roosevelt would not sign thf the Senate provision were ret; UP $4' SUPP that ker Mr bill if lied. Hot Dem rn hi the administrai i adv to kl* ices and i MJI AN APO! IS Iud, June 7 P> Once-dry Indiana, first doubt-state to ballot on repeal of the h Amendment, vote nearly two to » against Prohibition, returns from terdav s election showed today. Mt hough tabulation was Ineom-te. election of at least 249 re{H*al (gates to the state convention rn liana polls June 26 was assured. Only 165 delegates are needed to ratify repeal The (Hiputar vote in 3565 of the states 3 619 precincts was' For repeal: 532.683 Against repeal: 295,561. T he Indiana repeal vote was considered especially significant, since (OI two decades this state has been » mainstay in the Prohibition struc-' tine It s notorious Wright “Bone I Dry Law wax one of the most stringent in the nation At one time a person was subject to arrest if a policeman smelled liquor on his breath. RppealiM piled up most of their strength iii industrial renters In rural communities, where prohibition-lst' had expected to draw sufficient strength to make Indiana the first state to oppose ratification of the 20th Amendment, voting was light, j I armers were too busy In their fields to go to the poll* Indiana was the tenth state to elect convention delegates, and the tenth to support repeal CHICAGO. June 7 *UP> Tile wet majority in Illinois’ vote on repeal of the Eighteenth Amendment was more than 875,000 votes, nearly complete re- ( ontinued on Page Im DOLK E OFFICIAL AI TEA KS TO RA RENTS MATTERN SPEEDS FOR CHITA, FROM OMSK, IN SIBERIA Kiting Fast and High, A rn e r i <• a n Reported Near Nishniudinsk News cif \rri\al at Goal .May Be Delayed Owing til Poor Wire Service Log of Mattern Round World Flight VII figure* are I Tim* stern Ila*light Saturday, June 3 5 ti a. m look off from Floyd Rennet I told, IN X. I -’ -6 p m.— sighted o\er I ,ew-(sport. Newfoundland. 12 J5 p. rn.—Heard passing to sea off M asg rave Harbor. N F 12:50 p, m.—sighted over Wad-harn Island, off Newfoundland. sunday. June I I IO a rn.—Landed at Kragero Island, Norway. 8 ufl p rn.—Ton* off for Oslo. 8 70 p in.—l anded at Lillrg-tr«»m Airport. Oslo. Monday, June 5 rn.—look off for Mos- I ti rn. N 15 Airport, t< 13 p rn.—Took of row for Omsk l anded at Moscow from Mox- tuesday, June 6 landed at Omsk, SI* Took off from Omsk Sighted over Novn- .linum*- Mattern. I pilot, who left New turk last S a lur day, was enroute over sitieria today, heading toward the I*.ti if ic*. He will imp I«» Nome Alaska. then to ( a ti a da, ( fib ago and New I oik, where lie esprit* In land on Saturday. W and $142800 for us* in townships of Delaware liminated nod only >nd class re county mamtrna first cia.1 county. All of these items were by the governor, who app the appropriation for se townships which in Delaw amounts to $26 000 At the time he signed the bill last week with the total appropriation cut from $17,963,500 to $12,352,000, the j,    ........................... _— ( ontinued on Page I en ( HILD ESCAPED I NJ CRI KS IN FALL Twi SAN FRANCISCO. June 6 (UP* — Joseph J Tynan. Sr. inventor, and viee-president of the Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation died at his home here of heart, disease. A native of Ireland. Tynan rose from a humble day laborer in the Baldwin Locomotive Works to a position of prominence in the steel world During the World War he supervised construction of ten submarines in Sproul road Montreal. He wax decorated by the British and American government*. As an inveitor, Tynan held patents on more than 50 devices ( nut min d on Page I en CAR HITS ROLE; TWO MEN III RT ii Ut I Phi .spit JI 'DGE Mai DADE’S SON ONE OK GRADKATES rn New glass has been installed in th" skylight in the rear of the building located on the northwest rorner of Third and Kerlin streets, owned by „    .    ,    the    D'Amato    estate, which was broken ended. Both children Niisiained severe head and body injuries. FILES COMPLAINT AGAINST MOTORIST A romplaint against the driver of an automobile bearing Pennsylvania license AH473 has been lodged with without local police by Alexander McClure, IO West Eighth street, Marcus Hook McClure was driving the ambulance of the Marcus Hook Fire Company to the Chester Hospital, at 3 a in, today, and while traveling east on West Fourth street, he claims the Dutton Troth M a c Dr Judge Albert Dutton Marinade, of I he County Courts is graduating with the class of 1933 a* Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, today. Young Mr. MaeDade. I* a nvm-ago when a small} ber of the Phi Sigma Kappa Frater-child. about 3 years old. fell from a titty and will take a European trip porch over a garage next door in th-* immediately atter graduation to visit property and fell through the sky- his sister, Mrs. Arthur Mass, of Paris light. A remarkable thing in tonne,■- Franc\ Upon his return, he will*bc tion with the accident wax. that a1- associated with the Sun Oil Com-though the youngster fell through th0 pany, of Marcus Hook class and landed on a cement floor rn, bott! from PH were    taken to the    Media yesterday as a result of an automobile accident on the Ma** mart west of near the Four Horsemen    Riding Club    The two men, John    Gait and William Blythe are suffering from laceration*-, scratches and bruises, but are not in a serious condition. Driving from Philadelphl; they    are employed    by the Club of Philadelphia. Inc. ti forced off the road and t crashed Into a telegraph jki grant Goldstein, of the Kta when Riders *y wen cir cai >. Ber High- out two Week.' way Patrol, in Patrolman Ch field township the scene, aor moned the hi the accident f the township I * stiga indler polloi it wi rhwav cd the accident. of the Spring-, wax railed to s he who .sampan ol, because urred Just over NFM ATHLETIC ULI It Fur about eight feet below, he a scratch. DRIVERLESS CAR CRASHES WINDOW -in It. AND L. OFFICIALS TO STUDY CODE Tonight at the Chester Club, there ii] be a meeting of official* of a1! ■.........................-    ;    building and loan associations of the A driverless automobile’s wild dash    city and county, and attorneys, to driver of 'the "smaller    ‘ear‘Tried    “in    through a maze of traffic, late yes-    discuss the new State rode regulating smatter    ear    inca    to    tf,rday aftPrnoon> pnded whpn thP    SUch axsociations. which becomes *t- car jumped the curb and crashed    fictive July 3. Several speakers who through a store window at 48 South    have fully acquainted themselves Sixty-ninth street. Upper Darby. , with the provision* will analyze the Miss Helen BackhofTer. a cus-    code for the edification of the various tonier in the store, was cut on the! officials and lawyers Tile meeting. improvements are being made to the field bounded bv Front, Second and Penn streets, adjoining the municipal garage, which will be used by the Bovs' Club of Chester as an athletir field. Several members of the club are now engaged roiling the portion near the 'southeast corner of Front and Penn street*, which was recently filled in I school vacation* a few week Pollee Superintendent James H. i'm port today made an appeal to j parent* of small children to warn their offspring against the dangers of playing In the street*. "During the past few months, or 'anre the warm weather arrived, hardly a day passes that sortie tot hut t carried info the accident wards of our hospitals with injuries sustained by bemij struck by automobiles," said (fie pollee official today, While there is a certain percentage of careless drivers on the streets, we find that the greater number of injuries suffered by children are the result of them darting into the siree! without looking Every day we hear the same story, ‘the child darted from behind a parked ear and I didn't have a chance. "That’s the story told by most drivers, who come here to report an accident and nine times out of ten w‘ investigate it and find it to lie true. Fathers and mothers should daily preach lo their children about Compar the dangers Of street playing There until a are enough places In the city where jiork children can congregate and play In    ii*te< .safety and for this reason we ask the    Th co-operation of the parents to curtail this daily Increasing number of accident*,’’ concluded Mr Deavenport. INDICT FORMER BANK EXECUTIVE TWO PATROLMEN HELD FOR ( (H RT \N. Nelson Truav to Stand First Warr! You nj; T rial on ( haw* Em* Accuses T hem of bracing Embezzlement Man ll ay in j; Beaten Him In its tion of Indictment Jury yesterday re against VV Nelson East 'I wentv-thlrd Hid day of eomtriera- meat*, the June Grand iy returned true bills Umax, 52, of 34 street, this Cliv. Truax is arn State Banking chasing stork Chcatei Cam bi i by w IL F. TAYLOR, JR., DENIES NI VR ID AGE hill a Med) I worth merits were force him to the curb at Engle street. McClure says he wants the driver arrested and will appear to press charges against him. OR OLK REC. I T! I It XRS' HOOKS PRIEST TRANSFERRED left arm by flying Ria; The car to be held on the second floor, will burg, at th County Como day, in a meeting d routine matters, aw for 42 set* of registrars’ b use in the city of Chester, Thompson A: Company, of Rev, Joseph Kelly, a Chester boy, had been parked on a stncp grade begin at 7 30 o’clock, who was ordained at St Charles- by Miss Harriet Earnest of Upper!    _    ~ Seminary last June, has been trans- Darbv. She told police she left the    f LMLRGEM I OPERATION ferred- to the parish of St. Amato car parked against the curb and wa* *ir bid of $ HK only other bidder wa Johnson, of Pittsburgh. According to marriage license records recorded In Philadelphia newspapers today a license was issued to Horace F Taylor. Jr., 23, of Ridley Park, and Mary K Jones, 21, of 2435 North Marshall street, Philadelphia, yesterday At the homes of both young people this morning, the fart that a marked chiefly to riage license was granted the pair wa' led the order denied Young Taylor, whose father wax the founder of Taylor Hospital. said that the story was positively J false, although he admitted to going with the young woman for some time As far as marriage is concerned, that is not true,” was his comment. loners, yester' tiks, for OJ A Harris-15 The William G. in Philadelphia, from the assistant rectorship of the Church of Our Lady of Perpetual Peace in Morton, For a time Father Kelly was assistant to Rev. A L. Ganster. pastor of the Church of the Resurrection of Our Lord, at Tenth street and Highland avenue, during the dines* of Father Conway. BOX CI ( LIS r III RT Thomas Vaughan, Jr . 4 years old of 7033 Greenwood avenue, Stone-hurxt, sustained lacerations of the leg and brush bums of the face and body when he fell from a bicycle he was riding near his home He was taken to the Delaware County Hos- j pital and after receiving treatment was discharged. at away Thomas W McComb, of HO East a loss to explain how it drifted    J.”'    „ ‘ . ,f 7 ,,,    Fifth    street,    suffered    an    acute    attack DISC Ii ARCING ( XRGO The Norwegian steamship Damp-flre arrived yesterday at the plant of the American D vc wood Compan , foot of Norris street with a cargo o, logwood from St. Marc. West Indies, of appendicitis at his home about 2 (/clock yesterday afternoon His condition grew alarming and last night he was removed to the Chester Hospital where he underwent an operation at ll 30 o'clock, the surgery being performed by Dr. George I, Armitage The patient's Iii BNS ARK FATAL MITCHELL TELLS TO WEST EMI MAN OF STOCK BUYING on charges embracing embeiaueitient, fraudulent conversion, false entries and pretense* Truax was arrested ort April 25 and after two hearings before Magistrate ACW Mathuex, in Media, w as he Id under $10 ODO bail ■erf by agr tits of the Department of ptir-n the name of the [ga Hank and Trust oui he wits employed a flout three months ago and trig the profits. His trial I* for June 19. Grand Jury also found a true ;aInst William (’. Alexander of on the charge of issuing a ess chock, one of four indict-The other three indictments ignored    and    the costs were asserted against John II floidinger of Ridley Park, the prosecutor The    charge*;    grew    out of the $5.00    [ cheek    said to    have    been issued bv    j Mr Alexander a year ago In connection with the bail bond po ted by Joseph Bingham, of Ridley township,    tor George    Wilcox, form*» president of the Suburban Title and 1 Trust Company. The check eventually came into th*- hands of Mr Rcidin-g*r Yesterday the Grand Jury found true bills against HK) persons, on indictments prepared bv District ( ontinued on Page Tm SK N HILL I*. T. A. TO HOU) MEETING I> The echo of a hloody battle, In which It la alleged {toilet balon* were used freely, was heard In the office of Magistrate Thomas C. Berry, today, when aPirolrnen Harry HouldeA end Fled leaiy wen* each held Ut $.5*m> bail for court on charges of assault and battery, aggravated a.-sault and battery and assault and battery with intent to kill I h*- charges were pressed by Daniel ierty, 26 of 1014 Elsinore place, ill Im* 11led at this term of court Tillar charges, brought by Pain laary, story goes bark to the morning Of May 3 when Dougherty lived at the Good Will firehouse, Hixteenth .street and Providence avenue He testified that when he entered the firehouse early in the mottling lie was accosted by l/uiry, who remarked: "Ho you’re the guy who has been saying the cops are a bunch of yellow Well, here * one who Urn t yel- 6 15 a rn. be ria. 6;IO p rn. for Chita. 9 lo p. rn sib Irak. XXrdnesday, June 7 I 05 a rn.—Reported south of Nishniudinsk, I .(WHI miles east of (husk. MOSCOW, June 7 (INS* Flying fast and high, Jimmy Mattern* round-the-world plane "Century of Progress" was reported sighted south of the town of Nishniudinsk, 1,000 miles east of Omsk, at I 05 a. rn., E D. i T., today, MOSCOW, June 7- (IJP» Soviet officials felt todav that it was most likely Jimmy Mattern had landed his airplane in Chita. Siberia News of his arrival, however, may he long d*« j laved Urgent telegrams from Chu* | are often delayed IO to 20 hours be-I fore reaching Moscow News of Mattern being sighted over* Novosibirsk wax telephoned to th* United Press bureau here. The tele- ( ontinued on Page Ten GENERALLY FAIR WEATHER PREDICTED Th Generally fair and continued warm eat her is predicted today, followed y local thundershowers tonight or crow in i ,i tern Pennsylvania, Jersey, Delaware and Maryland. mperature here yes- by tom New Die highest terday wa* 87 degrees, at 5 p. rn and the lowest wa* 69, at 5 30 a. rn Th a average of 78 was nine degrees above normal for the date but two degree® below* Hie average June 6 la*t year. Maximum temperature for the data is HK), ratablished in 1925, and minimum, 48, in 1894 ■. i    j    .... , Sunrise today wa* at 5.32 a. rn , and Dougherty (hen testified that fie    w,jj    k,, a 27 n rn ea-sfein ought I > ary wa, drunk and wanted Z‘nght xivmg time P' and stevedores are now discharging condition this morning was reported it at the local plant as fair. Gasoline Blow-torch He Was I siny:    Explodes; Wife Burned Seriously’ Gross-examined h> I Attorney in Trial on Tax Evasion ( barge SWIMMING POOL CASE CONTINUED ARMY PERSONNEL TO BE RETAINED Election of officers will fe meeting of the Sun Hill Teachers' Association to be the D. VV Jr flirts {aubin Twelfth street and Melrose tomorrow evening Ax a p< program a chorus composed ars of the sixth glade wi vocal 'elections Mr Chark’ president of the organizatioi in charge of the meeting, w be opened at 8 o'clock ( unturned on Page fen KEM OLYMPICS IN BERKIN ; NO SPLIT VIENNA, June 7 *Uf»» Tile International Olympic* Committee voted today to hold the 1936 game* in Berlin, a* planned, on the understanding (here would be no discrimination against Jews, BIK MIOXX PARTY Peter Cohill, steward at the Clutier D-dge Of Moose Home, 214 West Third street, will observe hi* 39th urthday tomorrow, and in honor of he event, a party sponsored by Xiexander McCloskey, secretary of he lodge, will Ive given More than ! .ti persons are expected to lie in ttU'Udance If, M. I RI XM R X BALANCE WASHINGTON, June 7 *INS> — I e usury balance as of June 5, $318.« i«7 , O '. I, expenditure $27,082,518 25; Custom s receipts, $3.792,663 64. I opiesof J lunes Jimmy Mattern landed in Omak i.vh-rday Pronounce it and if you in you are better than we are. A worn un named Bin was found dialing lite liquor law * In Oakmont md ji ype, a Th)* lied Nothing of the original *z Jimmy Brown. I* the month for bridal ' I cst month wa* the time I plain showers, no one can tha (HXnII SEVERS MXN XRM Kennett Shriver dii ter Hospital at 9 30 la' of the face and b'xiv a gasoline blow-iorch kitchen of his horn* Lane. Blackman VHI HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (Bt United Preuu) Morton Residents Seek to Important Statement Is Have Radio Amplifying    Made by Mar Secretary Programs Banned    at P. NI. ( . Exercises n the Ches-ght of burns a uh d when I ohed in the 906 Clover about Betty AT RI I F. BONNETS 1— None i. 2—Don ny Johnny. Him, SD ( on* stance, Omarvitus, IumrLun. 3—Flying Lad. I— None I. 5—Huhola. S—Steponit. Squeaks, Flying Heel* ll, ( vela men. Xthlone I ass, t air Sun. 7—Oregon Fir. AT XX XSHINGTON P XKK The summer season was officially Secretary of War George H Dem opened in Court yesterday, when the announced that no reduction in offi-Morton swimming pool ca*e made its annual re-appearance to determine whether or not a radio and amplifiers should be used at the pool. o'clock yesterday afternoon Shriver, the wife. was also severly burned and in addition broke her ankle. She is a pauer.* in the hospital. Shriver was in the kitchen of his home filling the blow-torch with gasoline from a two quart jar con NEW YORK, June 7 WP) United States Attorney George Z Medalle, resuming hi* cross-examination of Charles E, Mitchell, former banker Recused of income tax evasion. probed vigorously today into Mitchell s aternpt to manipulate the market in National City Bank stock in the October panic of 1929 Mitchell admitted that he gave Hugh Baker, vice president of the National City instruction* to buy 'n (erta in number of bank share* at a BUSINESS MEN TO CO-OPERATE SCRANTON Pa, June 7    1    UP' John < ideil, 33, Of 25 Kartell street, Binghamton, N Y, had his right ini \evered in a crash of two trucks in an accident near heie today. CYRUS IL K. CURTIS PUBLISHER, DIES t the hard grind of four liege i* over all the college have to do is look for a the days when one sees ibie seat full of passive HUT fk West End Association Ap- Head of Newspapers and proves ‘New Deal Plan Magazines in Phila. farmer ploughed up $7000 In a I s gratifying to know that th' e at least one man who can make farming pay these days. The big fair In Chicago I* exhibiting George Washington's false teeth. which he wa* instructed to soak in liquor if they became too white. Th* hard part of it is that George had to remove them first. torch with some of the ga- and th* r personnel was contemplated at thy hot face of the torch ignited the g esent time in the United S'ate;., ,n tho ;.,r nnH uhf*n O f .irrH Khriv present lime in me united ntaie.s    ,n .u„ Army, and United States Senator    ran to the back r David A. Reed declared that, senti- J lowing him Shri On one side were .several resident* mentalist* to the contrary, he favor *d of Morton, who declared that the the use of gas rather than projectiles radio, with jazz blaring through the in future warfare, amplifiers, constituted a nuisance of These were the outstanding utter- the    highest    degree.    On    the other    ancrs yesterd ay at the l!2th annual    there wa* an explosion side    were    Earl Smith, owner of the    commencement exercises of Pennsyl-    alleyway became a    rn pool,    and    an    equally    large    number of    vania Military College tamer He primed the mouth of the rfutain price in an attempt to peg the market at around $450 a share At the end of the day, Mitchell red Shriver said, he found that 28 300 share* had into an alleyway, and the by the rush of air set flimsy dress worn bv Mr When the jar struck th ti* wife fol-    been bought on hi* personal credit sed the jar    bi*    account, flare caused "Mr. Raker understood I wa* buy-flre to the    log that stock for temporary holding Shriver    -'and that it was to be sold iaier, al- c pavement,    though I gave him no specific instruc-    proved and    the promt * d th*' entire    tion* about selling, We thought the    ber* given    that they of flames,    stock would recover it* price ”    boosting the    pr (if President A "New' Deal” wa* pr< meeting held by the W< ness M * n * Assoc la 11 on. by the president, Chari* In accord with the not toward better business conditions, Mi Ward . lowing statement, whit Passes at 81! Years it sed at the End Busiest evening, J Ward eable trend nd gen'Tal ed the fol- I all meni-1 assist in M* n a As tr Phi lid h< uburb, lingering been 83 ................. Mrs Shriver, trapped jut    rn    On    October    30.    Mitchell continued The W’< t Fie: J: neighbors, who staunchly averred that In spite of a fractured leg Colonel the porch Loa walk, ten feet Shriver “the agitation of the day before ha/1 seriation favor- and adopts the theory Frank K Hyatt. P. M C s president leaped after his wife and while at- disappeared and public buying was and thought of President Room Cyrus H K gazine pub at Wyncote, at 2 IO a. rn, to illness, Mr. Curtis w years old on June 18 Funeral set vie • ; will toe held Friday afternoon at the Curtis home At Mr. Curtis' bedside were his daughter. Mrs Mary Louise Curtis Bok; two grandsons. W Curtis Bok and Cary W Bok, Mrs. John C. Martin, a stepdaughter, and Mr. A voung woman’s most anxious moment, says our woman writer, ta v new paper and    bakes her first cake. Yes, dud at ins home anfl *or ^rr husband, when he eats adelphia *«*h.'.rh a    of it. after a I i he Weather ■ UT)' there    was no noise, or disturbance.    Frank    K Hyatt. P. M. C s    president    leaped after    his    wife and    while    at-    disappeared and public buying    was    and thought of President Roosevelt William C Alexander, attor-    and commandant insisted on taking    tempting to    rescue her    from    the    affecting the market.’’    that the people business and md-is-    Martin vice president    of the Curtis 1—Ding Bm. Diadoriuv Granite Con.    bey for Smith, and Henry G Sweney    his allotted part in the exercises    flamer his clothing faugh*    fire    “There was evidence that morning."    try shall furl! * r A N* w Deal,’ and    Mar? n newspapers; Betty Wee, Abby, Roanoke Lad,    and J Howard Lutz, attorneys for In accepting his honorary degree    Frantic he ran from    the alley    out    he continued, “that the buying would    an appeal to each and every member    Wells, of Detroit, a stepdaughter;    Dr Border Patrol, ( losing Event.    the complaining residents, had argued    as Doctor of Laws from the Rt. Rev.    into Clover Lane H, wife tried to    ease th* selling, no I wasn’t concerned    of the< :ation arid their neigh-    Martin I Rehfuss Philadelphia,    and 2—slapstick, Bronx Park, Polyphot*,    the case before the Court en banc for    Francis M Taitt, Bishop of the Pro*-    follow but stumbled and fell on    the    that day with supporting the market    bors, who are in busine; s or em-    Dr Freeman Brown, of Rockland,    Me sad    Knight,    Salisbury, Danton, almost    half an flour, Smith volun-    errant    Epi.-copsI Diocese of    Pennsyl-    lawn    any further although I still had    am-    ployed is made that they devote them-    Me Curtis    died over a    year    ago, (aradomus.    Oceanfiight.    teered    to remove the radio and am-    vania,    and president of P    M C > Neighbors    ran    from their homes    pie credit and could have done    so if    selves to the improvement of their    May 31. 1932.    shortly    after    her    hus- 3 On do ti, Bea M. S!a-*h,    Our Justice,    playing system at once    An order    board of trustees. Secretary of War    and to aid of    the couple whose cloth-    it had been necessary"    home bv painting repai mg buying    band suffered a heart attack from I o ld Goal.    wa* immediately drawn up    *    '    I    •    :    :    .« r?7eUv    fl1® np ctcontmued to November While w* must, because of th* ripping ’he burning clotho* from Mrs, hitherto aggressive, alert and vigor- operate, and that they work for tho Curtis Jiff was in the American 5—-Gold (neck.    .2 when the swimming    season will    present national emergencies mas*    Shriver and    she was wrapped in a    ou* speech, befame exceedingly wary',    best interests of each other, so that    tradition the poor boy who made * *',nro.    many curtailments in the War De-    bianke’ and    rushed to the hospital    He shook hi* head repeatedly and    A New Deal' theory will benefit all    good. He started his newspaper! . 'N one I.    The    last    time    the    contesting    partw    partment, there wall be no reduction by Alfred Zimmerman. 23 West Third replied "I'm sure I can't tell you business locally, and more partial- career as a newsboy in Portland. Me I 8—Royal Treasure. XX esther, clear, track, fast. WASHINGTON, June The weather forecast: Eastern Pennsylvania—Party cloudy probably local thundershower* Ihurs-day and in north portion late tonight slightly warmer tonight in west and north portions. _    Western    Pennsylvania—Probably _aiY2n local thundershowers tonight and Thursday slightly cooler tonight along the lake. New Jersey—Fair continued warm tonight Thursday possible local thundershowers. 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