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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - June 8, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR ENDING DECEMBER 31 1932 I I m mm I L EuitlON Best News of the Day 57TH 17614 Daily Leased Wire Reports ofUnited Press UP and International Servjce CHESTEK PA THURSDAY JUNE s 1933 HULL IN BRITAINJSENAIE WIDENS BARS DISCUSSION1PROBERS POWERS OF FOREIGN DEBTS IN STOCK DEALS US Sec of State Says His Grants Committee Economic Group Will More for Mor Stick to Instructions France Rejects Plan to Save Arms Parley Re fuses to Suppress Tanks PLYMOUTH England June of State Cordell Hull arriving today enroute to the World Economic Conference declared that war debts shall not be discussed at the conference Before boarding a speciaj train for London with the remainder of the United States delegation to the con ference Hull told the press he favors lowering excessive trade and financial barriers between nations but that war debts talks are barred That subject is altogether outside the purpose of the conference he said I have nothing to sayregard ing payment by Britain of the debt instalment due next Thursday That question will be handled exclusively by government officials at Washington I cannot emphasize that too strongly We are confined to our instructionsv for the economic conference He also said disarmament would be excluded from their mission be ing left entirely to Norman H Davis and officials in Washington There is a feeling of hopefulness in the United States regarding the issue of the conference Hull added especially after six weeks of pre liminary conversations between of ficials of Great Britainand ten other countries nations have suffered enough from barriers and restrictions A serious problem has asisen that calls for international action Trade is being destroyed by these extreme economic barriers and must be re stored My hope is that it will be achieved as the ultimate issue of the con ference gan Hearings Van Sweringen Quizzed on Miniondollar Shoe string Rail Pyramid PARIS June 8 UP Prance rejcCtcu today tttc joint prc posals of the United States and Great Britain offered in a final effort to save the disarmament conference from failure France will not sacrifice more heavy guns and suppress her tanks in re turn for Germanys concessionsi Premier Edouard Daladier told the Three Power Conference in denning the French position Minister Joseph Paul Bon Continued on Page Eighteen EARLY RESULTS OF DIXQNCUP GOLF Results of the Ida A Dixon Cup tournament at the Springhaven Club up until noon today show a field of a hundred or so finished with scores varying from the low 70s to the high 90s Mrs J Walker Hoopes of Ken nett Square the title defender who scored a last year to win the cup tees off about 3 this after noon Low gross so far was turned in by three women with Miss A Reb mann of the Philadelphia Country Club rcnfb and Mrs W UhJer of the Philadelphia Country Club wiht and Mrs F W Sherman of Llanerch Country Club with Other scores turned in so far are Mrs H E Starbuck 80 Mrs B P MiaIV 80 Mrs J S Holkett 80 Mrs John Fulmer 80 Mrs W R Provost 81 Mrs George Thornton 81 Mrs Edwin Lord 81 Miss EPolwell 81 Mrs B Knight 81 Mrs R C Mc Larty 82 Mrs B P Beard 82 Mrs D S Soliday 82 Mrs H H Lee 83 Mrs Walter Janney 84 Mrs O H McClure 85 Mrs R P Full 85 Mrs Fred C Genii 85 Mrs J E Fleming 85 Miss Karin A Degerberg 86 Mrs C H Marsh 86 Mrs A B Mac Gregoi 86 Mrs E B Brickley 86 Mrs J L Moore 86 Mrs A S Gow S6 Mrs S Peck 86 Mrs E L Dale 87 Mrs H H Kenney 87 Mrs J C Marsh 88 Miss Julia Griffith 88 Mrs R C Welch 89 Miss B C Clark 89 Mrs Joseph Chapman 89 and Mrs J R Maxwell 89 TRAFFIC LTGHT Losing control of a beerladen truck at Ninth and Engle streets yes terday afternoon Earl Wisnow of Townsend Md escaped injuries when the vehicle crashed into a pole put ting a traffic light at that intersection out of commission Wisnow was ar rested and later released when he left enough cash to cover the damage caused by the crash He told police a broken spring caused the accident U S TREASURY WASHINGTON June A resolu tion giving the Senate banking and currency committee sweeping power to inquire into stock sales made to avoid income taxes was approved by the Senate today as the committee resumed its hearings in the Mor gan inquiry The Senate also voted to give the Morgan investigators an additional SIOGOGO so that the Inquiry might be continued during the summer recess of Congress p P Van Sweringen Cleveland railroad magnate continued at the Morgan hearing his story of how a milliondollar shoestring was pyra mided into a railway system extend ing halfway across the continent Extension of the committees powers was asked because of objec tions by John W Davis chief Mor gan counsel to questions directed at income tax payments of the Mor gan partners Davis has announced his intention to fight any inquiry on income tax matters At resumption of the Morgan hear ings Ferdinand Pecora committee counsel began digging into stock transactions through corporations which enabled the Van Sweringens and their associates to avoid income taxation Van Sweringen agreed yesterday that this was the purpose behind or ganization of separate subsidiary companies He insisted today that a paper profit of approximately S14 000000 in Chesapeake and Ohio company stock nad thus been pro tected against taxation The savings was effected in the in direct transfer of 2557000 Chesapeake and Ohio shares from the Vaness through the General Securities the Chesa peake and Ohio Corporation The shares cost and were posted on the books of the Chesapeake and Ohio Corporation at 544561250 The difference represented taxable profit on which payments could have been made but for the indirect method of transfer Van Sweringen next testified to an other indirect transfer in connection with the creation of Alleghany Corporation The Van Ness Company transferred to Alleghany 445336 shares of Chesapeake Corporation and 100000 Nickel PlSte latter subject to a debt of 51029000 RIFT WITH WIFE DENIED BY SON OF ROOSEVELT TWENTY PAGES PRICE TWO CENTS I Partly cloudy skies are predicted today in Eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland I Local thundershowers are probable tomorrow with noc much change in NEARLY MUST STAND TRIAL w STATEl DOWN IN SIBERIA Says in Los AngelesMothj Trip Not Due to His higlicsttemperature here yes i was 90 deprrees at p m Domestic Trouble and the lowest was 69 at p m The average of SO was eleven decrees abovo normal for the date and T T i j x tiuzmiu ior cne aaie ana VV lie and Baby at Villai fourteen decrees above the average YT c rt 1 June 1 last year Maximum tem nOVa Home Of Parents peralure for the date is rstab They Refuse to Comment iiSf in and minto in PHOENIX Ariz June i today at a m t I and sunset will be at p m Mrs Franklin D Koosevelt confirmed j Eastern daylight saving time here today reports that her son Elliott will establish a residence in Nevada immediately for the purpose of divorce Prank Dellasser of Centcrville iJei who wx released recently on charges of manslaughter when a coroners jury heard evidence which absolved him of blame for the death MAITIQAIV Pf ANP A ft A QIIW CT APTicnme lo a i i taAoilliO 111 OlAlil EDT fc of Belovo fnur hours n Kound world her Has j jwume on me niiu of T i 11May given into the cus ith Broken t today of Delaware authorities to face nA charpcs of larceny of a motorcar Ult Dellnsser was released last cvcninc by MagistrateWilliam Morgan of Springfield to Omccrs sent from the Penny HiHstation near Wilmington Last Dellassers release was due tn ovlrirrirp hy invrvxiiqatnrs AAJijivi Ji iTUr CXpCri5 discov ered a handmark on the emergency brake ofthe wrecked cmr revealed that DeUasser had not been driving time Lands and Damages Plane Far Behind PpstGatt Mark Continued on Ei HUBBYl HIS VEGETABLES Wife Who Had Different Views Mistreated Wins Divorce Decree Elliott Roosevelt above is in the Far West HIHI his wife and hairy are j home here in Delaware county at Villanova Newspaper reports of a marital rift arc denied by the i husband j T btriKCS Blimp On v nf at NY SHOW GIRL LEAPS TO DEATH NEW YORK June woman registered as Jerie Rogers Williamsport Pa jumped to her death from the 13th floor of the I Hotel Lincoln in the theatrical dis trict Police said she was Mildred Betts 508 Wilson street Williamsport a showgirl known on the stage as Gerakiinc Rogers She won a beauty contest in Williamsport some years Members of family if the for mer Elizabeth B Dormer or Villa nova refused today to comment on reports that she had separated from i her husband Elliott Roosevelt second son of President Roosevelt j A servant at the Dormer home where Mrs Roosevelt is staying with i her parents Mr and Mrs William f K Donner said the Presidents daughterinlaw was out of town and would not return until later in the i Strained day i flumors of the separation which grew with the arrival of Mrs Frank lin D Roosevelt in Los Angeles to visit her son were emphatically denied by Elliott Puooscvclt The Elliott RooscCROYDON ATRrmmuTr T riwrvW vclts are the parents of a 1 AIKDROME LONDON old baby June on the at My wife is at the home of her j tempted takeoff of their transat parcnts near Philadelphia and shortly lantic flight the flvinp Mollisons or TVlll Orv rrt i r c 11 wi n r MOSCOW June 8 ambitious effort of James Mnttern I Uin Cir Texas airman to establish a solo nm A j roundtheworld fliprht record almost I I came to a catastrophe ending at 10 j the lillic town j j of Belovo four hours nur of Omsk I OF OVERSEA TRIP to rcccirat fumes resulting from i State Senator Declares Mohn B Hannumj Jr Is My Attorney Federal Grand Jury Be gins HearingEvidence on Conditions Here Strut Breaks May Delay New Attempt Until End of Month dered immediate repairs H will go to our summer home young Roosevelt was quoted as saying Because j am out here and because she is not planning to come here docs as soon as possible not mean that we are separated in I Jnmes Mollkon and IILK that sense of the word My mother certainly did not make IVii DEBTS DATA pipe Mattornmanaged to pi in fnto ivu his monoplane Cenj W ill Ascertain if MeitlbcVS tury of Progress Although still in artjxzo when hs sisted from his plane it appeared the craft had Miricred no more hnrm than ruination oC the stabiliser which of Bank Probe Commit tee Have Loans oils damage to the kill surfsuv IOh llSVO I1QVV bCCl1 iiir willing Russian workers at Biiovo The tail surface was covered with a piece of heavy sheet iron which will make future Hying iopsicitrci and ex tremely difficult Therefore Mattorn plans to make his next hop to Krasnoyarsk onlv a on their comparatively short distance awnv trip to straighten out any mari ffairs as there is nothing WILLIAMSPORT Pa June Betts 23 who jumped to her death from a New York hotel window today left her home here two weeks ago to visit a brother ClarenceBetts of Elisabeth NJ Last April the girl won a film beauty contest and was named Williamsport She had sought a stage career and went to New York to find an engagement LEW KRAUSSE BACK WITH ATHLETICS Lew Krausse Media right bander who was recently sent to Albany of the International VLoacue has hpRii recalled by Connie Mack leader of the Philadelphia Athletics Krausse will replace Goweli Claset who has been unconditionally released to Baltimore of the International League Krausse a schoolboy won der while pitching for the Media i High School team has been with the i Athletics the past two seasons His first year up he was used to pitch to i the hitters in batting practice Last year he was used in a few games and acquitted himself well WASHINGTON June Treasury balance as of June 6 S310 18510479 expenditures 5863864373 customs receipts Because her husband was a vege tarian he objected to her eating meat Mrs Elizabeth F Keller 40 of 229 Heather road Upper Darby told Judge Albert Dutton MacDade in securing a divorce from William W Keller 38 of 231 Heather road Upper Darby So strict was her husband in his vegetarianism Mrs Keller said that he even objected to the annual Thanksgiving turkey being placed on the table and made disparaging re marks to her and to their guests He also spent much of his time on the golf links called her a crank and accused her of being out with other men All of this the Court decided constituted cruel and barbarous treatment on October 16 1923 Mrs employed as a cashier in a store at Sixteenth and Cherrystreets Phila delphia while her a clerk in the employ of a railroad company Mrs Rebecca Webb 21 of 161 Harvey avenue Linwood was granted a divorce from Preston J Webb 33 of 1401 Hewes avenue Linwood on the grounds of cruel and barbarous treatment They were married in Chestertown Md on November 25 1928 and shortly afterward Mrs said her hucbasd uarrcici with her because she paid S5 for a pair of shoes Because Mrs Webb was a minor when the divorce action was started the suit was filed by her father John W Maloney of the Harvey avenue address straighten out We have planned this meetingfor a lone time He goodhumoredly denied that a Hollywood romance was responsi ble for the separation rumor Ive been lots of places with lots of people and everybody wants to know if its a romance he said I had my picture taken with a film actress the other day and Ive been i expecting ever since were engaged to hear that The rumor was termed ridiculous by Mrs Malvina Scheidcr confi aiid there effect Dcrmanent requiring perhaps twelve hoxirs be fore continuing to Chita former Amy Johnson escaped injur when their heavily laden plane the Seafarer struck a b thj Muttem Ls not expected early today hoklr f tance records and one of the worlds foremost women fliers seemed stunned by the dramatic ending of the adventure Her husband James who successfully negotiated the dangerous castwest passage over the Atlantic alone last year shrugged philosophi cally and inspected the damage No accurate estimate could be given of the time necessarv for rebairs The Mollisons had hoped to fly west ward j to New York rest there not more than it uOujS iriiBTi uy 6jSii to AJeppO Arabia in an attempt to set a straight line distance record and as a final gesttuc return to Croydon to com plete the circuit Exports attributed todays accident to collapse of one of the planes struts under the strain of heavy gaso line and oii Joaq Mbwison had the stick and had barely started along the twomile runway when the crash occurred The half somer saulted The under was smashed The wheels were pushed up into the lower The engine was torn apart Fire engines and ambulances sped down the field Police imniCcJiJitCly surTODTiCiCti thf wreckage holding back the crowd that had gathered in the feeble light of dawn to witness the takeoff The plane did not catch fire YOUNG RUNAWAYS Believed to be runaways three 16 yearold boys who gave Philadelphia addresses were arrested at a m today by Patrolman Logue and are being detained by police for questioning They are slated as Robert Masko 1604 Sydenham street Charles Mc Ginley 1620 Sydenham street and Fred Messner P28 East Schiller street They told police they hopped a truck and rode as far as this city and were waiting for a return when the officer spied them at Ninth street and Morton avenue TAX COLLECTOR DIES A SUICIDE EASTON Pa June vVniLei A 4rt ui Pa tax collector for Tinicum town ship Bucks county died in the Easton Hospital today from sclfin before Jate tonight because of con Oontinmn oil ICiKnipcn UP THE SEWER WORK An agreement was reached Inst night at the meeting of Parkside borough council between the mem bers of the body and McCabe Broth ers of Cynwyd to whom the con tract for constructing1 tiie sewers in ocdiuri tuut luc AvOIiC Will ur speeded up six mem It was contended by Lhe council menthnt the Avork durinp the past month has progressed slowly and hnd brought forth unfavorable criticism from residents of the section as well as members of the municipal body The matter Avas settled by tlie contractors proniislng to have an othci Lrciich machine in nn oration next Monday morning for the purpose 0f up the work matters ibCrarOiitlnenatuie were transacted pre sided at the meeting Continued on Page Eighteen CHOSE WRONG PLACE FOR HER PLUNGE A f3ir youncr dsnise finm Hill offended propriety yesterday aff ernoon and fell afoul of the law Gapitain Frank Chandler of the Media police discovered the young lady enjoying the cooling waters of the Media reservoir drinking water supply lake about 200 yards above the reservoir It was a real hot day but the Media police officer didnt sympathize with the young lady for after all he lives in Media arid no one likes anybody swimming about in the drinking water no matter how fair and young they may be When arraigned before Magistrate Fred T Cooper the young lady said she is AgnesMcCcol and her addrees 1004 Cornell avenue Drexel Hill Her excuse was that she felt the need of a swim and as the water looked inviting she took the plunge having failed to notice the sign barring tres passers She was accompanied to the Magis r traces ofrice by her maid who Wa5 also present at the new swimming j treatment by the first aid crew of it who did not go in the water n WC Jope repairs may be com the fire company McGool set back i plclcd bY The end of month so i thafc we mav aitcnint the fjifrht nuri TT BY GASOLINE FLARE Mrs Mary McKinney suffered slight burns of the hands an el Luc interior of a rear bedroom in hrr home at 202 West Fourth street was 11 Juiuwi W3tS i lorhtnif about 830 New York fore the accident Mollison predicted they would complete the three long to clean a dress became ignited usincr son slipped out of his black pncs VrtTL OC i rt r LI it When the Kinney attempted beal 35 hours Just bej Franklin i t All Deputies Instructed to Make Investigation and Submit Reports PITTSBURGH Juni fTNTR Deputies in charge of all closed banks in Pennsylvania have been asked by the State Banking Depart ment to report any lo bcrs of the LcRislative Banking In vestigating Committee and General uchvard Mnrtin Republican leader it was disclosed here today The request was made through n lettor sent all deputies by William D Gordon Secretary of Banking and mailed from the departments onictsinPhiladelphia Text of the letter follows sill spochu deputies jisnfjents Please report to this office whether any of the following persons are indebted to your Institution either directly or indirectly Harry J Bell Harry Shapiro Ell wood J W Sones Robert J Cordier David R Perry Ed ward Martin In the event Lhfi1 uny of the sabave psrsoriK are indebted to your institu tion your report should contain a complete history of he loan showing the amountof Indebtedness at the date of closing arrange ments for liquidation rmd showing the amount of indebtedness st date offers have been made a copy of the Bounds Forward on N Y i inu hcr I incu arrival the firemen quickly extin guished the flames with chemicals Shortly before the Federal Grand Jury began its probe of alleged crime vice and liquor law violations in this county today state Senator John J McCluve laconically denied that ha hud retained iormer Attorney uen oral A MHchnll Palmer as counseL to represent his interests during the investigation John B Haniium Jr Is my at torney said Mr McClure and if Mr Palmer has been retained in my interests it has been by Mr Han num Whether Mr Hannum did so could not be learned as He was not in his omce in the Gibson Building on Ease Fifth street when a reporter called His secretary repied T ing about it While secrecy surrounds hr nmiie It was stated at the Federal BuiTdlng m Philadelphia this morning thab KiSSf5 convicts reform in by cnet Umted States Attorney General who will handle the investigation He was recalled from private practice in Kan sas City by the Government for thV probe This morning at 10 oclock Keyes addressed the Grand Jury after which began consideration oi routine business apart from the Delaware county probe wno worked un witness He spent eight months secnrinoHn on conditions in this county Keycs emerged from the GVand Jury room at 11 a m and went into a conference with some other officials whichcontinucd until after the lunch aour asked just what was the procedure for today he are on our way r No one from Delaware couritv was present this morning at the Phila Building U S Mar PC ttc rs remainedin his avvaiting the possibility of havincr subpoenas to serve but It was dcrstood hone would be today A request from the Grand Jury for protccUon againsbphotographers re sultea in a wild rumor that the mem Protacfclori against intimidation gangsters Mr v triisf arid rio foundation for the rumor V Stoii dispatches anhounced S n6 Within the pasfc few days Mi Palmer has communicated with the Department of Justice seeking permission for my client State Sen ator McChirc to v confer with the agent In charge of the inquiry on thafc hfi was on both occasions that his CQUlcI confer with special Continued on rage Eighteen hole but Miss costs for her afternoons pleasure bufc she said it was worth it fus she never had had a more enjoyable dip DIES BY GAS MONTREAL June that we may attempt the flight nurj TT Q p TT A TV ing the full moon in July Mollison j o TEWS IN The crash was nofc due to any dcI liN l KU ljb feet or fault in the machine bur vas entirely due to hitting a bad rut VIENNA June while traveling at high speed American Olympic champions act Plineof United States dollar CiOrniimteM tlttr Tmtiori5 flnsnCxfii today nnci sent thii inarkct up SinkinRlower and lower as foreign exchange trading was carried onin j j lhe nations big banksthe depressed currency was reflected in rising stock j and commodity markets Stocks lie Now York Exchange bounded for ward Scores of new highs were touched speciallyin thegold issues Trading kept from s 10 15 minutes behind Wheat cotton rubber and other commodities went sofTi Timmins 48 eldest son of Noah Tim Amy echoed MollisonV sorthveriUsin jointly with the American JnwI forivard mins Canadian financier and owner i This is a terrible disappointment Congress today Tri1 It was in the forpign exchange ofthe famous Timmins gold mines she said I am sure Jirn did rvcryj td national Olympic Congress prutcif rooms of wns found in bed R v In i i n i fi i t t t i i apartment The gas jets in the stove He shot himself through the chest at his Ottsville home yesterday after he had been at Doylestown arid set tled his tax collections in full with the Bucks county treasurer LOCAL PASTOR CHOSEN Rev Louis J Velte of 340 West Baptist Church Seventh and Fulton streets has been elected president of the alumni association of Crozer Theological Seminary His election to took place at the annual banonet of the association held at the seminary on Monday evening INDUSTRYBILL RTAir IJATl thing possible in the circumstances j OR the decision to hold the Administration Test of Strength in Senate Seen to Adjourn iii i uu I IJo LfV i I i r IOAWH nj We are determined to make another f Olympic games in Berlin attempt despite this accident TOTC with lonff tables where operators deal in currencies of ail the nations for rne petitioners requested a change lhe world interest m the decision but members of he j From the outset the dollar advisory committee stated discussion i was and by middny the was closed There was a possibility pound sterling had reached a i93ahlRh however the dfscussion might be rejof 412 a pain of i centsover opened next year at Athens i yesterday The Iranc was 482y Soldiers Bloc Claims New Compromise on omy Feature LICENSED TO A marrifisrrj license was issued in Philadelphia to Philip L Leidy and Catherine L i 111 o f i e Id premiers danscuse of the Philadelphia Grand Opera Company today Leidy who received a divorce from his second CKPLS up points while ihe Canadian dollar wsj quoted at Sflii cents an increase of k of a cent Conllnucrl on Eighteen ROB BANK OF Mfch June 8 INS nU5band HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY By United Press AT WASHINGTON PARK Lea Hill Na Zdar Celtic Servinr Lad Batty Trv andagatn Saius Sad Knigrht Kitty Sue Firs Flash St Nazaire Sunnyside Up Weather clear track fast AT BLUE BONNETS T Feu Pottery Kajkrfi Re tainer Nellie R C Knave of Clubs Carolyn Barker Vespa Charlies Girl Bun i Nova I Chilhowec Lee Highway F Queen Gold Rulre I Jones Rabble Cane Heart I Prinre Brilliant Black Alice cloudy trxck 1 London Parley to Serve i Drinks of 66 Nations LONDON June from all over the world will be available for thirsty delegates between discussions at the economic conference A seventyfoot ba r has been built bsneath the conference hall in South Kensington so the delegates from sixtyfive countries will be able to get their favorite beverages just as if they were at home To make sure that every one will be satisfied the firm of caterers in charge of the conference recently sent a questionnaire to every con sulate in London and has received detailed lists of the drinks that each delegation will want The Swedish Consulate asked espe cially for a kind giri caned Poles wanted Krum mel Baczewski from Lemberg and the Swiss asked for Prtiitskm Brandy The Rumanians specified NicoresU and Dragasani wines and then added that there was also a great consump tion of spirits in Rumania Tuscia is distilled from prunes Drojdie from grapes Sacarica from rye and Rachiu from potatoes the explained j The Turks specified as a i Raki made from crapes and fips but the poor caterers could not find 1 a single borUe in all London The Persians vocd for Aragh is similar to ver1 strong they pointcd out i The Chinese demands were for Shaiotsu and Lomitsu wines and I Kaoliang spirits j Perhaps the noblest lists of all came 1 from thn Austrians and the Dutch The Austrians said they would like Cognac Schnapps Guntramsdorfer Nussberger and the lastnamed better known in Vienna than in London As for the Dutch they included still and spar kling red and white wines including those of North Africa Spanish des sert wines French nd Italian ver s mouth German white wines Dutch Genova liqumnr Scotch j cosnac French liqueurs and a few German liqueurs such 3s Kummcl The caterersarc anxious to show no favoritism in beers so they are im porting American 32 in addition to plenty of Pilsner Munchener Danish lager and of course British ales WASHINGTON June WASHINGTON June The Administration faced a crucial Substantial compromises on the part test of strength in the Senate today rtf fv p as Democratic leaders sought to force Of tnc on his veterans a final vote on the industrial recovery economy program appeared likely and 53300000000 public works bill it ay to curb a dangerous HouKerc AStrange coalition including such i volt against the pronounced Liberals as Senators Majority Leader Byrns announced Borah R of Idaho and Long Dj after a meeting of the House Demo of Louisiana and such ultraconserv cratic Steering Committee that he atives as SenatorReed R of PcnnI believed a program sylvania joined in the attack on this t able to both the President andTThe revolutionary measdre j House Soldiers Bloc be Borah and Long sought to strike j achieved at a White House confer out the industrial trade agreement ence today AW provisicrsassertirss thy would A compromise was reported In rsfluiL of P ter stinfir PPPHK nnnn i makintr whinVi u uTtim ana WJie last WGCIC IS tne SOn OI uu imv imu nti jii Dr Joseph LeJdy and a brother of j the Brooklyn State Bank early today Randolph Leidy who was up two employes when they ar Josephine Fifi rived to open the bank and escnperT with S4000 That success sometimes follows the Castings ter super monopolies Reeds making which would preserve thr i sition reflected the uneasiness of principle of reductions for which the ii5 tne born of a hast Ccrrpnny uijii i tJi uJiunniJitvio i nr WHICH LPft many big industrialists over the podi President has battled while restoring cral licensing provision and other perhaps ns much as 5120000000 of Governmental bludgeons in the bill the S420000000 which he originaDy Jan tic Sreel Com Pcnn Steel Castings Companv uon i ine of a Resident of Morton objected to amplified radio programs ernariatlng trom a swimming pool Evidently thought the programs to be all wet Ocavcnport asks parentstcr kiddies off the streets the summer vacation some other city official would only suggest playgroundsfor thnm The pay of jurors at Mcclfjj has been cut 25 per cent since the Committee of Fifty disbanded at the court house poor jurors have no protection A lawyer here yesterday said cops should not use their clubs on prisoners they arrest Of course not they are given to them to be ased as walking sticks That why a prisoner Arrested here for nghtmor gave his name as A Gunovitcli A judge has ruled that a golf player is not legally able to control either the direction or the of a ball driven by him No doubt he nas been wahrhing a lor f our mushroom clippers their stuff Fishermen along rivers in Mary land are wearingtin boots to pro tect themselves from rattlesnake bites This news will surprise a num bor of lushermcn who always take along a cure Jt cost a man to make a tcle pnone call from San Francisco to nis wifewho was in New York That being alotoi money to pay for iust listening Atlantic City officials have decreed tnat a woman can wear as little ax poiisibie wiiile in baththe Just an otncr way of luring men to thatre r 11 III Lid I residents in the western sortion of for hose vho earned their livlihood city partictilarly rhose who for in fh industrj v ijtii unirii tv aiuTr vlrrj in ii Thirtyfive amcndmenLs in atldi ordered cut from payrnonU to vet many year wcrev rirh otitoihe approved by fhf Seni The President already i when one became lion to ihe approved bv the Tho WUJ in mn ate Finance Commlttre awaited aci about 550000000 SpcakinFof the changes rmploymnir tl0n the past few years But now ho continued after rhc posed new plan nas prevented us i of the oid timers in the disJ hvntcrica idea whch miSSiOn tO thp TTOIISP Vvuh a final i frirf nrViX J v1 Tlhe Weather Part of the admittsriiy strong oppoi proposcc om tifnur in LHC cr5 sition to the industrial control pro submission to the but a final i trice who knew Chester when it was O J j visions arose from a growing Senate draft isexpected within two days unwillingness to grant the Chief Ex House action on the Independent ecutive broad new emergency powers Offices Appropriation bill in which Long expressed this sentiment by Senate ordered 5170000000 of one of the foremost centers for manu facturing steel products in the coun try blames consolidation for the pres ent plight of the trade Some fifteen years ago he said try a few years ago that ail busi nesses should consolidate into big units we find the steel industry in this city almost at a standstill Of all the foimer plants only two are now m operation the Penn Steel remain out of kh Com LiiU aCIiUillCtlU Uy WJUCtOU OX UUUUUUU Ot daring Ill jiot cast another blind veterans payments restored will the President has got soon after agreement is we had several steel plants located Casting thing he wants to recommend for rhe reached between administration ad within our borders and thousand rf Steel Company the ornVTrT the country let him pull it ylsers and a special xprnmittftftof steel workers many of whom concerns to out from under the barrel i legislators attempting to reach a second to none in the country had i bine Senator Harmon D of compromise work and were able to live contented Since the rlosint of the fn sippi chairman of the Senate The his compromise j and happy Of Course we were not the district the business men nance Committee averted We L doing anythingcompawd to what was charged have shown indifference to should pass this measure tonight and1 Continued on rape Eiphtcfn going on during the World War but the Action Many have eShrlpf forfinal adjournment Sat VFW there siifIUient work j lor other sections retired or have urday night NEW TODAY WASHINGTON June r wrath or forecast Penn flnnAy ionicht and Friday probably followed by local thundred showers Friday afternoon or night slightly warmer in north and west portions tonight New cloudy tonight and Friday probably followed Ty local thunder howers Friday afternoon or night not much change in1 tem perature Western Pennsylvania cloudy possible local thunder show ery tonight and Friday sligiitly warmertonight in extreme east por tion today of ptiftltc Is Invited to the opening mTxrco i CKtauranl CLOSES LOWER f Ninth and Hichland Avrnuc Eachdiner PARTS June dollar closed lower todaj at 2090 473 cents per franc fc francs rfswlvi a vahiahlr sin per cent of opening day tfrow will tflvcn for tpflfarp Tellf Do not fall to pay izg a visit Our motto is cleanliness and entirely different class of trade employed in the industry could make a unce i According to the resident one or prosperous section of the r A trip what once the several plants the Seaboard Steel Casting Company Chester Steel Castings Company American steel reveals a number of plants going into deterioration while the steel workers seek employment in other rODAYS TEMPEKATUKES 6 a m 66 n a m 7am fi8 Noon 8 a rru 70 1 p m 9 a m 72 2 p m 10 a iTsm 74 76 73 79 80   

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