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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - June 10, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TNVELVE 10XTMS ENDING DECEMBER 31 1932 57TH 17616 Dally Leased Wire Reports of United Press UP and International News Service INS CHESTER PA SATURDAY JUNE 10 FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day SENATE PASSES GANGSTERSWEAPONS DUMPED INSEA INDUSTRY BILL BY 57 TO 24 VOTE PRICE TWO GENTS Measure Launches Vast Public Works Program Up to Levies Approximately of New Taxes to Finance Bonds WASHINGTON June Congress had only formalities 10 com plete today in handine over to Pres ident Roosevelt vast power to con trol industry and spend billions on I public works j All the essential features oi the nai tional recovery speari point of the Presidents drive for re viva of business and reemployment j been approved by both Houses i The Senate gave its sanction when it passed the bill late last night by a I 57 to 24 vote i Today the bill goes to conference I with the House for adjustment of I Senate amendments Final votes in i both chambers then will speed it to i the Presidents desk j To the farreaching sections of the I bill touching every business and TO SERVE i HEATED MOMENT IN MORGAN INQUIRY HEADING ACROSS SUBPOENAS FOR SEAFROMSEVILLE RUM RING PROBE Barbcran and Collar Ati Reported That Number of tempt Unbroken Water County Residents Will Trip of Milcs Aid Investigators Hope to Be Over HavanaChe Cuba in 45 Hours Mat tern Ne a rs Last Loir A Keyes Special Prober Pleased With the Work of Agents These jruns will rive the cops no more trouble Part of the hu ill be issued in on one connection with the Federal inquiry of me most aarme aerial adventures Into the activities of an allepcd rum m history left their escort of military rinR in this county will probablv be planes at the Spanish coast loriay nnd headed over ihe Atlantic on the longest unbroken overwater High pvcr attempted by a heavier than air machine The The fliers Captain Mariano Bar arpeof the pVescn atton beran and Lieutenant Joaquim Collar months invosiSuinn to Cuba Federal GtanS J v Ihm some 5000 hours miles away within served next Monday by U S Marshal Walter C Fetters This was ivtado known today by Chet A Keyes special deputy U S Attorney General who will have of eight the June Grand Jury when that body reconvenes next Thursday in the Fed hours If they have enough gasoline eraT bu d PJ ade p la they will continue an additional 1000 i Manv res fcnisoUscount v ivwr rmles to Mexico City without slop volunteered to eooerat wkh ne y Wl aUd in feciOVUl in tie it rid T u The start was from the Tavlnda ii AtOO 1 H 14 i K r A 41 i t I every taxpayers pocketbook ihe Seni ronfiscatcd by New York police during the ate added two new1 and extra ordinary tax amendments One by Senator Clark Dem Mo makes the income from all Governi ment securities and other previously I taxexempt bonds subject to taxaI tion The other by Senator La Fol lette Repn Wis calls for publicai tion of all income tax returns The provision levying on tax exempt bonds was one of the most taken 50 miles to Soa and dumped shown aboard thc municipal tujr Marom ready for theburial collection I Friday EDTj w waited at TACTICS For I by telephone or by letter fly I Many are of he r fliers i probe is based on information rc tne neld all night mved from convicted bootleggers and reports 7 hoy had i others If only what convicted con s sheddingUis coat ut the rijht i M i L viM i v tvil take off until toj stables could tell if they knew years It went into the bill by a vote of 45 to 37 after little debate If re tained in the measure it would levy heavy taxes on many wealthy persons who have avoided income taxes bv Star Did Not Contest His Wifes Suit investing in boncl that the The straight gained undyinj Rogers on the did not make arm tactics which fame for field a hit when o WOUld 1 prove and ments lor fixing of nue Swarthmore in securing a di from the football s 30 and not expected to night but and more favorable with each hour i inner clique ihnt U supposed to llnf hCRVlly have five years afiSfno proh plane to the line would have resulted as violations of It is not intended to break any federal laws five years atro would distance records their manner be outlawed bv the sUtnte o linUtn Institution Is One of Tcniwit ifc iS teethe Colleges Designated as jffScUlucI lf Wen I to the West Indies Depending on Pennsylvania Military College has celesnal observation to guide them been selected by thc War Department as one of the 10 colleges in the United States entitled to the highest rating that of excellent in the training of young men in military science and tactics i This became known in a communii cation today from Colonel William L 1 ENATE GROU1 wa working hours to Launches a vast Continued on Last Tape STOCK MARKET REGISTERS GAINS i UP Telegraph Button Mae and commandant of The j stock equaled its 1933 high cruel and barbarous communication was sent at the in1 at up in the carlv tridrncr f n rli itinc tu H n no i li o v i A f Income Tax Angle However Taken Up by Justice Agents M o in e n t on s Peacetime by Myron Continued on Last P REINSTATEMENT OF TEACHERS IS URGED Inquiry Recesses for Ten Four Bills of Major Inter SKIES BRING SLIGHT HEATJIELIEF One Death Recorded Yes terday Milmont Park Man Beingthe Victim Plant Workers Affected Schools Ordered Closed Heat Wave General One death in this county and seven others in the metropolitan area was the toll of the blistering heat which gripped this section of the country yesterday Slight relief was found today when passing clouds shaded the suns rays and prevented the mercury from soaring to the uncomfortable heights it reached yesterday 98 degrees at i p m viclim Charles J n who collapsed at his home shortly after 3 oclock vesteiday ns fhc thermometer ns reaching highest Physicians were called and vainly tried to rS suscitate him Deputy Coroner ace Gruflth of Norwood stated todav an autopsy would bf performed bur was the belief of industries in this city and environs many slight prostrations MA of both the ord Motor Company and th Vis cose Company Marcus Hook statin thai many fellow workers collapsed from the intense heal d ori died many in this was a Catholic priest the Rev and yard of St Peters Cath With true professional concern for their fellow members included in the NEW prcs dent P public indignities to the of the War Department Ion the Stock Exchange todav i as Lhe causes f01 the divorce I Inspections were held in April main list registered works The couple was married in Mt i throughout the The notified their contracts for next year would not be renewed members of the executive committee of thc Ches ter Teachers Association have framed a rosolution concerning of sentiments of all Attention on which tic to nnn Ann e upie was marned in Mt I throughout the couniry to decide to m may be according which colleges and universities were J over t0 unltoThSVei of fractions I tlhe nssociafion fnd have forwarded decide to more than a point in active turn1 COpotthe resolution to Ch Days May Not Be Re sumed Until Fall WASHINGTON June Examination of Income tax records of T T A JT i rj i i I t i A lU J P Morgan nnd jo partner passed time Congress neared adjournment today from the Senate Stock Market i today committee Lo Lhe Department of Jus Despite promise of another torrid clay Democratic leaders whipped up o i o i Church Fifth street and opecial Session Believed avcniie Philadelphia By noon yesterday the heat became iTL a gcnora order A similar order was sent the superintendent of in Final Day est Bank Bill Lags WASHINGTON June 10 most inornentous p Ijnrkln president of the 3 Leyys approximately of new taxes to finance bond issues lor the public works t p excellent attorney for Mrs Rogers whiie jtne highest rating within the province Rogers was scoring touchdowns for jof the War Department P M Cs 1 enn and sinpassing the mark inspectionmost rigid in reduction by the hot spell Aiding the market were further dei b Presented lo the directors j t iuiinvi ut npvr TVTnnrln nvnvriiLrr i pieciation in the dollar a low wheat crop estimate and prospect of further 1 salaried persons The Senate bill provides for a five per cent tax on corporation dividends A tax of si for each of the capital stock of corporations and an W increase in the federal gasoline tax1 from one cent to one and onehalf cents Comparatively easily the Senate rejected a move to write in a per About a month after the marriage Hyatt rends as follows in part 11 excellently conducted school Continued la AGAINST iA recsivcs lhe hearty cooperation of the school authorities ccording to F W poratoin The total was i low May 1032 calls attention to mii that he board recently 4UIHI notified an unusually large number I of the teachers of the phi n not to renew their contracts because of economy nnd expressed the belief that such notion of dismissal will be major measures were offset their income by snlti5ot depreciated icciirtties Soon after the inquiry closed the Senate voted torequire publication of future income tux returns This will reveal to the public the full facts rcmalncd to be JiihixUvapproved5 to Congres part in the offensive t depression which the ad min istra tion is preparing lo wage on about the well be DC detrimental to thc best interests of j and everybody the boys and girls of the city The volvcd tax returns of tho Mor in LOAN PRACTICE The enthusiasm deportment and appearance of cadets arc noteworthy rThe conscientious efforts of the staff w LHL 4J c j t JJCi jij a jjcuv jwrceny oi instructors fullv hv fho in a firm utility group cent general sales tax proposed bv case heard before Magistrate Michael president of the colleW OnionM pUni s to advance Rails were A fi ii Senator Reed Repn Pa staunchest j AHonan in advocate of this form of taxation j somewhat surprised FAILED TO APPEAR FOR A HEARING to lcarn that gram is comprehensive and thein couia not loan money on peri struction thorough a sonnl property without pawnbrokers license i It was during the hearing of Dennis Shepard Negro of the 1700 block street that it testified suit he brought to her bp cleaned and Bail amounting to was forfeited today when ThomasJones Negro of Verdun avenue failed to appear in S175 on a police court to answer charges of ro orderly conduct He was arrested on i of Central avenue last night during an So testified argument over a grocery bill j Poiice superintendent Daniel Qmgley of the 600 block Deavcnport East Eighth street charged with being drunk and disorderly was fined S5 and costs Patrolman Logue arrested HUNDREDS ENJOY SWIM IN RIVER to firm as were electrical equipments Tobaccos forged ahead Coppers were firm Auburn rose more than a point to in the motor cii a dozen fronts L Industrial Control Public Works and Senate passed this by n smashing majority last night at the i sc of a l2hour session it goes WJs to conference todfiy for adjustment of Speedy final np scemccl ccr the i paiochial schools in the Philadelphia nichdiocese but the word failed to reach city and the children at Dozens of factories the workers demoralized followed suit and re leased their perspiring workers to seek whatever relief they could find Men engaged on construction work ju the No 10 plaint of the Sun Oil Company Marcus Hook on Ridge road Llnwood were dismissed at p m when the heat became too unbearable for them to work In other sections of the refinery orders were issued to the men to take their time while working and cease work Continued on LastPage board by the teachers that they re instate as many of the dismissed tjriK teachers as possible as soon as WON CHURCH LEAGUE TItOPjjy tions warrant such enlargement of the teaching force vision and Chrysler made a fractional A TTni gain to 24 x while Genera Motors A1 on a block of 5000 shares was off s at midRet basketball team Trinity Methodist Episcopal won the trophy in the church Jencrue I nnd hack which reeently closed its season Th ncllon riv u offices nppropria 11 xI tion billcame before House for tip of i proval of compromise on Veterans ch j Economy Then goes to conference Lo both Houses for final pressed iallurinp h Iar5cny Chester river between Second and COURT CONSIDERS streets bridges proved T BY PET MONKEY itentZ hru hccn Photographed and 4Emergency appropriation bill jj j IJL folf each member of the team has millions of dollars for intermipted James H the testi spot yesterday afternoon e hinh tide for more than a hundred bathers who sought re lief in the water from the heat PL T TI n PAROLEa man 11K not news when a man but what about a clop blles a bitinj presented with a picture The mem cxpcnc urcs authorized to bcrs mony to warn Mrs Shustcr against TU10 u u such practice in the future Shepard i plaCGS for who is now on parole was held in Application has been made to the sitting en bane yesterday for of John of the thc team are Howard Geiger Earlo Dcnher Edward Geiger Mclvn Harmon Budd Dehncr Hob A few days ago Jimmy Amaia of a j crt Danakcr Earl techofleld Robrt st Jefferson street Media was dei GallaRer William Btirk wv ihf coach was from the the lower side of street bridge whilethe older bathers used several small yachts tied up to I the wharf on the west bank of the him early this morning on Morton bail for court avenue when he heard Quigley using profanity that could be heard a block away Julian Pavlock 24 homeless ar WASHINGTON June I rested on suspicion of breaking and Treasury balance as of June 8 Several small bovs also were svn entering and robbery was held He I 38964264 Expenditures sil swimming in the creek above and oneha If Clement anc i ive U S TREASURY BALANCE is suspected of having broken into a i 01418 Customs receipts ac Fifth and Seventh small shoe store on East Eighth street and having stolen several dozen pairs1 DD FT A TA D 4 17 A n of shoes two weeks ago j JilJJ Alii 1 tj F A I j tOLLllllli jRAD COWS BURN TO DEATH KUTZTOWN Pa June cows and two horses on the farm of Arthur Knittic were burnedT 1 i at tlie home of a veterinary rc siding in Merlin when Chico a Ifirge monkey belonging to the doctor oi i wo j broke loose and ran for freedom rhorrro took one look and hero Jike tnaiget i started in hot pursuit In a few he was able to grasp the chain SUCCESSFUL AFFAI It A large number of persons at a tended the opening of the toy ani Continued on Lastrtffc INJURED TV FAU Joseph Gartlnncl fiO of Willows n venue Norwood tripped and fell at hts home yesterday afternoon strik ing hls head on n step He suffered a lareraUon over the left eye which injury wns treated at Taylor Hospital B A R Tony Rosa to proprietor of a service INSILVEi j y Glenoiden Troop No 54 Girl Scouts erly today whcn United States Informed It i Member of P C Grad fired the barn in which they were sheltered S 15000 Loss estimated at DISCHARGED AS BANKRUPT Is Stated Englands Intentions uatingGlass Is Ordered to Support Wife himself but had the foolish scheme to make money for the bank No decision was made by the court DR JACKSON AT WORK j Dr Chevalier Jackson performed I his regular duties at the Temple Uni j versity Medical Center Philadelphia diateiy and i healing slowly Ho solemnly states that all thc monkeys the world can chasc themselves erc to their native lands before e will interfere again n FORMAL CEREMONIES The Philadelphia Yacht Club at TJnited B Rothermel of Reading ordered by Judge John M Ignatius Cirrito trading as Cirrito LONDON June Brothers Lower Merion was granted Britain has informed the n thfrjIrteS5 intcmion of meeting Broomall to sally forth into the in Philadelphia yestrdav i war debt payment in j world fmd a job and send onethird the UnitedPresswas advised to of all he day by trustworthy sourcss The pay today despite head injuries suffered Essincton one of the oldest cluo of vrcr ovH n f r i K ic i i t 1 1 t r The internationally known was cut on the forehead when glasses were broken its kind in the Enst will formally go into commission this afternoon when CO TREASURERS 19 KNOWN DEAD INN Court Refused to Enter tain Appeal of ManDe nied Beer License GENERALLY FAIR WEATHER PREDICTED Partly cloudy and not quite so warm is the prediction today In East ern Pennsylvania New Jersey Dei aware and Maryland It will be gen erally fair tomorrow Thc highest temperature here yes terday was 98 at 240 p m a new maximum for the date previous maximum was 94 established in 1874 The lowest temperature yesterday waa 78 at 6 a m The average of 98 was eighteen degrees above normal for the date and twentytwo degrees abova the average June 9 last year Mini mum temperature for the date is 47 established in 1913 Sunrise today was at 531 a m and sunset will bo at 829 p m Eastern Daylight Saving Time HIES IN CONVENT SCRANTON pajune r Sister Byrne 89 the oldest member of Lhe Immaculate Heart of Mary Order of Nuns was dead today at St Agnes Convent Elmhurst She devoted 72 Years of her life to religion entering the novitiate afc Reading in 1861 and becoming pro fessed in 1863 Topics of Times United Press made in silver rather ment would b than in gold The payment would be charged against the equalisation fund estab vr lished to maintain the level of the pound with other currencies thus ne support his wife Mrs Kathcrinc Butler rmel of Absecon N J j Rothermcl was graduated from P C on Tuesday and yesterday haled before Judge BroomaU AT WASHINGTON PARK ligntions Doc Brilliant Rose Boslonian Gal Transcall Mariana Cherry Economlc time Omar K Dopless Gandhi Brains Lady At Top Sun Envov bpnnirstecl Flying Cadet Mexican Rcfriment Weather clear track fast preventing an additional burden on Judge MacDade to answer do the budget sertion and nonsupport charges nre ix rhat a fu1 Payment ferred by his wife The Tentative would be a heartening gesture TO c order was placed on him with the company the opening of the World i understanding that he Conference is to report i was coupled oach wrek to Lewis Palmer probaI me traditionn hnnor of Groat ition officer what efforts he is making m meeting her financial obj to secure work as an engineer 1 Thn Cabil Accorriing to J K Ware HinVson the United Press ntiorney for Rothcrmei the cicfcni riant eloped to Bel Air Md o acciined to confirm or to September II 1029 while he AT BLUE BONNETS Que Tpi Sir Michael All Roses Assyrian Prince Yellow Uafftail street ihat a pole carrying wires of the Philadelphia will topple over and n River Lee Rubberneck the Girl False Pictv Imar Irish Maiden Orleanian Oregon Fir Hazel Hopps Spanish Indian clear track fajsl on r r we r was a dem the United Press information student at P M C He didnSt n bJt t was inchoated the turn to school but enrolled at tho Ohio Military Institute taking his rn PHRP Two j bride with him He later left that school and enrolled at Swarthmore ollege He eventually left there and Pear FEAR POLE WILL FALL j is expressed by residents in i y of near Lloyd i Continued on Last Pac SEEK WAXS BROTFfERKFRE effort lo find the Jocaf man the Delaware river of Darby creek The fijRf case to come before the Delaware County Court in coi tion with 32 per cent bee Celluloid Explodes at Re claiming Plant Arc Injured Many The weatherman probably read about so many college commence menbR and handed out a few degrees himself yesterday The heat didnt affect anyone in our news room yesterday Were so used to hot air from salesmen and visitors to this department W Mis weather keeps up we look for the different nudist camps to cry to outstrip each other NORTH ARL isnt stretching matters a bit June to say that these new bathing explosion in the ceJluLhe Sirls wearing are certainly presented yesterday by Attorney Karl oid Claiming plant of the some snappy styles asked Judges Prone Pyroloxion Waste Company j Chet A east to which showered flaming bits ofcel lt lnoc for some of our county resi who hul lllioid ovcrseveral hundred bathers I If yesterdays weather is any io M I in the Passaic river and over a succeeded section left a Loll of jiine News emanating from Media di known dead and 175 persons injured Ivorce coults only prove that soul LodMv i matcs not always remain sole mates Fire destroyed the plant Thc not known i Our critic tellsus that the partner find MacDaclc to override the decision of Count v Treasurer Williom Dicke refused to grant a iJccnv Diamond of 7323 West Upper Darby The court refuVci entertain the appeal Attorney Johnson said that a li cense had been issued to James rlood Jr for the same premise At cause of thr the time Flood was a to Diamond hm Partner of Flaming particles shot upward with i condition in which a man keeps inS frorn force to a height of about library is an indication of his char duu Lne viti orfri rclscd to transfer thrn mushroomed 10 and witnesses showered UKattorney informed down in a of 250 feet Four and Diamond madeappll nearby dwelling cnught fire and tne county treasurer on burned to the crround three others Mi Johnson sad he could wern badly damaged by fire and a Mrs Joseph Klitch 53 Mildred KIJtch 17 her daughter Lillian Appleyard 4 years old Mrs Susan Applevard hrr cation destroyed more than one license bemc issued Thf known dead for any property although Assistant District Attorney C William Kraft Jr said he had ndvused the treasurer not to issue a second license for the place Judge Proneficld pointed out no appeal could be considered unless 130 days notice is given the county i treasurer Judpe expressed j the opinion that there is nothing in the act permitting issuins a li I cense aftnr June 1 and declared application was too acter In other words we see our shelves as others see us Liquor valued was seized in Yeadon Maybe there is some thing to this rum being in county The Weather George Dale fathcof Mrs pplcl r WASHrXGTOX June rf forecast Here is the route of Patterns currentroundtheworld flight attempt Mrs Esther Dale his wife Mrs Josephine Latone 54 Thomas Molllinowski 22 R P Kelly The Klitch andDale families were burned to death in their homes Mrs Latone was drowned 7 n j clothes caiipht fire as she Acting on an interpretation made i inp her children swim by Attorney General Schnadcr i into the river Her bodv DickeI Hkc treasurers in i covered I Scores of persons were i burns at the scene by year surgeons and druggists ambulance Eastern Pennsylvania Partly cloudy with possible local thundcrshowers Sunday and in south and west portions tonight not much changrc in temperature Western Pennsyhania Partly cloudy possibly local thundershowcrs tonight and in south portion Sunday i not much chanpe in temperature TODAYS TOripETlATURES 6 a m 74 10 a m 7ft 7 am 76 II a m 80 8 a m 76 Noon 82 i 9 a m 78 1 S4   

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