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Publication: Chester Times June 12, 1933

Chester Times (Newspaper) - June 12, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID < HU I LAT ION FOK TH KIA K ION I .IS. KNIMMi DKC KM BKR 31, 1932 20,328 * FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ★ With Al! Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH YEAR—NO. 17.617 DftilY Leaned Wire Report* OI United Pre*. end Intermit ion*! New* Service OMS* (UP) ('HESTER. PA., MONDAY, .ll NE 12, IOT* PRIC E. TWO CENTS THO DROWNINGS SENATE MEETS TO AREATTRIIUTED CONSIDER THREE TO HEAT WAVE MAJOR MENSCHES Searchers Fail to Recover Administration Leaders Bodies From Quarry Apply Whip to Rush Lake and Chester River Through Bills Several Cases of Heat Relief for Bankrupt Cities Prostration Reported; is Sought; See Adjourn-Few Vehicular Accidents ment This W eek CALLS ELLIOTT “FRIEND” Two deaths from ceral ca es of heft I is county were adc ie toll of the heat drow nln« pra*t rat lo: rd yesterda rave. which section dm IU th was belite by drown -at a point in .of I)e.'honi.’ gripped this five days. Albeit hanks. 23. of 1520 South FHms? street, Philadelphia, is believed to have lost his life in Kelper s quarry, Ridley township, late yesterday afternoon He went there with hts brother, (.is'.inc. and several companions Because he was unable to swim he was warned to keep out of the waler, but when the party prepared to no home he was missing. His brother found his clothing on a rock at the edge of the quarry. Members of ihe Fescue Squad of rhe Franklin Fire Company and Harbor Patrolman Ocorge Pierce dragged the quarry wafers for several hours, but found no trace of the body. An unidentified v lleved to have lost bit lug in Chester river Ship crees woods w Park, last evening, A Boy Scout reported to Park Guards that he saw a youth dive from the lame rock near the B. and O R. R. tunnel! and failed to rome to the surface. Another call was sent to po hee and member* of the Franklin Fire Company dragged the bed of the creek for the body, but in vain. The heat and bright skies yesterday caused a general exodus from the city to the country, mountain and seashore resorts. Special excursions were conducted by the railroads to populir cooling places, and buses to the same spots were taxed to capacity. mc Ericsson Line. which conducts river trips to the bay each Sunday and holiday, and the Wilson Line. whose steamers ply between here, Philadelphia. Wilmington and Riverview Beach, reported capacity crowds, who sought relief from the torrid wave. Every road was lined with automobiles. but despite the heavy traffic few serious accidents were reported in thus section. There were several drownings and heat deaths in other parts of the state. The toll in the nation was well over the ITM) mark for the past five days. Showers today will bring cooler weather this afternoon or tonight. It will be fair tomorrow While the temperature here yesterday reached 92 degrees at 3 30 p. rn., the humidity was low and tile suffering was not nearly as marked ss on the three preceding days Hie mercury remained at 90 and above all afternoon The normal temperature for the date I? 70 FIREMEN BFSV OVER THE \\ EEK-ENI) Burning refuse and underground fires on two of city dumps kept the members of the fire department busy during the week-end Last midnight the district companies were called out by an alarm sent in from Box 142. at Morton and Ridley avenues, and the firemen waged a half hour battle with a stubborn blaze in debris on the dump located in the old quarry just north of Sun Hill. Crews and apparatus of the Moya-mensing Hook and Ladder Company were called into service by a still a la na shortly after ll o'clock yesterday morning to extinguish a rubbish tire on a dump near Tenth and Johnson streets. The large searchlight of the Mova-mensmg Company aerial ladder truck was put into service last evening to Assist the police and Deshong Park guards and later to aid members of he Franklin Rescue Squad in their futile search for a bodv In the Chester itiver near the big rock in Ship Creek woods. Crews of tho Moyamensing Company also attested in grappling for the body of a man drowned in he quarry lake near Bulbus lane, n Ridley township IM KF KIU (MS MU TI NG Kc*en Interest is being manifested Among members of the Chester Tike <iwants Club in an important debate rn the question of Federal Industrial Control at the dinner meeting of he club Wednesday night in Boone »venue public school Glenolden, The debate us to b** presented by larnev F Winkleman, an attorney And author of Ten Years in Wall Stieet '* and John Adeiman research lirecfor of the American Federation >f Full-Fashioned Hosiery. and WASHINGTON. June 12 ‘UP* ,’jjj The Senate met at ll a rn today ‘ under the whip lash of adtninlstra* ’    ° tion pressure to dispose of three has major bills to permit immediate ad-past journment of this extraordinary session Senators are predicting adjournment “sometime this week " A drive to force enactment of legislation for relief of bankrupt cities bef or “ adjournment of Congress opened today in the Senate Administration lenders meanwhile struggled to obtain enactment of President Roosrvelt's remaining three emergency bills and immediate adjournment At the same time House Majority Leader Bvrns predicted the Glass-Steagall bank reform bill would be passed before adjournment, tomorr row or Wednesday. The measure now is in conference, and indications previously were that thp bill would be sidetracked because of the controversy over its provision for guarantee of bank deposits Senator Vandenberg. R , Michigan, warned that 4000 cit bus in 41 States had defaulted their obligations and that the list was growing A municipal bankruptcy bill passed the House last week and is before a sub-corn- Continued on Page Fourteen MAGISTRATE IS ATTACK VICTIM I (’Hester Youths Held in Heavy Bail Following I nprovoked A ss aillt Four young men are occupying ceils in the Marcus Hook Borough lock-up. as a result of an attack on a member of the minor judiciary of this county, in which they participated in company with two others, who have not as yet been apprehended, in front of the official's home in Linwood, shortly after midnight, Saturday. The man attacked Is Magistrate Walter Greenwood, of Huddeil avenue. who attempted to settle an altercation between the men and his son Albert, who had been attacked by thp six a short time earlier at Boothwyn. Relating the events of the night. Magistrate Greenwood stated that his son had gone lo a dance at Boothwyn. He was accompanied by two young women and as he was leaving the dance hall, to take his companions to their homes in this MUONALI) HICKS SETTLEMENT OF AI L WAR DEBTS British Brinie Minister Makes Blea at Opening of Economic ( onference Possibility of *( orridor Talks’ a^ Question ( annot Be C onsidered I ON DON. June 12    •    IT    \\ LEADERS OF LONDON ECONOMIC CONFERENCE F.dou*r<! P*l*di*r d Mi Ram th v Ma iifi n ie Wo ti I Mi** Bulb Gamic in 'shovel, preti* 25-year-old brunette, of Fort Worth. lex., regard* Elliott Roosevelt "highly a* a friend" but regret* rrpurt* that he intend* to marry her when hi* wife ha* obtained a divorce, Mi** Googin's mother announced. MI** Googin previou*ly had denied the reported romance caving:    "I really couldn't say an*thing about that Iou Til *ee. Elliott Mill i* married." 5!r». I ranklin I). Roosevelt characteris'd the report* a* "ridiculous", ROOSEVELT PLAN TO FACE TEST New Deal Measures Likely (ti Continue Indefinitely in Opinion of leaders ■r J ut,tines opening Conference. The great gathering statesmen, assembled to of solving the grave ere by mutual agreement, he; est plea bt King George \ collaboration Then they were addles Donald, and were stirred attack on war debts as t port anre. even though bf* settled at the ronfei MacDonald insisted tile deb? b1 dealt with urgently as a rot Hon of the peace policies of I at when reparations were discon settling them once and for all light of present world cond it The Prime Minister did not the confusion over the debt pa* due Thursday, but showed that Britain is determined ti an early and final settlement The delegates warmly app speech, although they did I the eriCA KING PLEADS EDR CO-OPERATION IN OPENING PARLEY Monarch Secs I nemploy-niont as Bravest Broblem Facing; VA orb! Today \ddress to Economic (’on-fcrenel* Is Radioed Around the Hobe GKO Et Al ML INI F Monetery Cm effort to res* slough of de{ In hts o George obser arch in hist opportune de leg itCS I ITM. nd Ii I ON-;i rtng--opera-ternoon c and d in iR cm th® iie m •esslon. Ipenlng remarks, King wed that no other mon* cry had ever had the of welcoming so many an International confer- Cor lied Hull A total of 168 delegates represent- ag OI civiliser! nations heard King burge, in an address broadcast hroughnut the world, send the rno-cntous conference on its way Tomptlv at 3 p rn i IO a rn F D. T.» AU the delegates were instructed a be in their .seats at 2 40 p. rd., ten ■dilute before the King arrived at im*urn from Windsor Castle American d< legation, headed retarv of State Cordell Hull, he instructions seriously. All •tubers were in their places the m The bv Sa lerrupt when he mentioned war debt* After he had finished, the speech was translated into French Tile King spoke both in French and English. ( ontinued on Cage I ourtrrn SI MMER SCHOOL BLAN ABOLISHED Herr arr leading figure* of the London World I onferrner, aa hit Ii «4 I hrv are I nitrd Slate* Secretary of stair t ordell Hull, Guido .Iuiik oua rd IMI,idler, of I rune; Ramsay Ma < Bona Id, of Great Britain I non untangling tile world'* economic xituati opened todav Iia King George, of I miami ai! Ital' ll cilmat Schaeht, Alf Germany. I <1 the rr*iw>n*ihilMv «»f I he men re by 2 1ft p rn. The great hall of the new museum precented a sombre rather than a brilliant picture. All the delegates were attired in EOI R ARRESTED IN RAID AT OAK VI FAY Continued on Cage Fourteen DEMOCRATS PLAN FALL ACTIVITIES An enthusiastic and well attended meeting of the Democratic committeemen and committeewomen of the Second ward, was held at the home of James Waters, 1127 Upland street, Saturday evening with a group of representatives present from each of the five precincts of the ward in attendance. At the business session. George Timmins was elected to serve as leader of the party in the ward The members of ’ire group made preliminary arrangements to join with the Democratic forces throughout the county in making a county-wide house-to-house canvass for eligible voters, Brief address were given bv J Stanley Stewart and Edward B Luckie and by Dame! J. McClmchey. chairman of the city committee of the party. MOTORIST HI RT WHEN CAR HITS WALL Thomas J Brennan, 5131 Sansom street, Philadelphia, was slightly injured Saturday afternoon when he drove his automobile onto a sidewalk and struck a wall ar Fifth and Madison itreets, in an effort to avoid running down Henry Orlowski, 14 of 248 East Third street, who was riding a bicycle, Brennan told police the young cyclist drove directly in front of his car and he was compelled to swerve the vehicle. In coing so he struck the wheel, but Orlowski escaped injuries No arrest was made. WASHINGTON, June 12 'UP* — The real test of the Roosevelt program is about to begin. Launched as a temporary emergency plan, the far-reaching measures of the new deal are viewed within the Roosevelt cirrlc as being likely to continue Indefinitely. They would be upset only bv adverse court derision.* or bv failure of individual measures to function as expected. Application of these sweeping powers is only slightly affected bv the delay in adjournment of Congress, This postponed final approval of the industrial control bill. But anticipating early action Hugh S. Johnson, retired army general and hard-hitting business man. was assembling his staff today in quarters in tile Department of Commerce building Activity resembled the war days when he aet up the selective draft. Joseph Eastman, Interstate Commerce Commission, worked at hi office over the week-end preparing for his experted designation to administer the railroad reorganisation net just nas.sed At the federal trad** commission. ( ontinued on Page I miriern VK TIM OF BRAWL (JOES TO HOSPITAL A drunken brawl, yesterday in an alleged speakeasy at Front and Fnglc streets, conducted by a Negro resulted in Harry Br ad.son, 20 Ridge read. Trainer, being sent to the Chaster Hospital for repairs Physicians found that Bradson 'n nose had been broken, several of his tc«*th knocked out and he also suffered from numerous scalp lacerations At first he accused Norman Elliott, 39. of the 32€0 block West Third street, and Thomas Hill, 43. of the 3000 block West Sixth street, as his assailants, btu in police court this morning admitted that he didnt know who struck him He refused to press chargee against Elliott and Hill, and they were discharged with the payment of costs Elliott and Hill admitted being with Brads on. but denied attacking him They did inform police that he was beaten in the speakeasy, after they left him. I . S. I RE \M |{ \ It \| \N( | Tn line with the being put into efTec school directors of t mer school senator been held for a nu an aid to those pu ceived failures in $ of their academie * eliminated Dr Du my poi ie boar v. the * hich I of year had cd by trooped •ut of i Oak- ■ no aln s ho W numb* t vc been ard. su perintendent of the school district who has been rn charge of the summer school work in the past has made announcements in regard tn the means which may be used in making up work which would or-omarily be done in summer motitJw. The superintendent, who has bern deluged with questions concerning the methods to be employed and wit iv requests for privileges of giving instructions to pupils, who have failed, has worked up an outline of regulation designed to give a uniform procedure to be followed throughout tie summer and has asked the principals and teachers of the city schools to advise any parents concerned of tie tules to be observed. No work for advanced credits will ta* recognized by the schools at th** opening of tile fall term No pupils Will be permitted to rn ike up more SEEKS REVISION 2 MAKE RECORD IN OVERSEA HOR, SPAIN TO (UBA 1000-Mih* Flight I lei i e\<N I Lo njo1 st Ever Made1 Across \\ atcr Mat tern to Try Perilous Voyage to Alaska in (Jlobe ( ii cling Trip I. BJ I ITH WARD MAN \ KUM OE UT W k clothe*. The only save for the green it junk chairs on tim • bed by the brilliant women seated in tho d Ll amir 107 Lam I olm fro oyd air* dined aa reel, was ating, at uly yea- Ik til ti b > .la mr lo removed tin Hospital Un it thought Caille* icftired skull, hut un the m&titutior ai Police learn* alan! and are no Hie attack was found *y, 328 Lloyd street, passing automobile a Amato, of Media, * victim to iii treatment. suffered from a fie was released jest erd the na hunt!! « in their three paral-ts, 300 newspapermen lion and a Ila mf fill of in an especially conin od King Georg® is!* ii ive rn a strong. » Chesil wa.* f afte e of ti him. in two subjci done rnUM , i the p upn# win I taken und* principal of children ha 'bs failed Any tutor be done by Rom flan the teacher wh cled the pupil durin In all eases exam Ina (■quired and must b tie direction of • n school in which th aum enrolled KI DNA BERS DF BELLA MCMATH LO ON TRIAL BARN8TABLI |UP* The Buri vnd Cyril, ■barged with C . i, Mass, June 12 k brothers, Kenneth nt on trial today, ie sensational abduced Peggy M< Math mid carry a {Kmible 0 F TAX LAWS Spanish transatlantic fliers, Capt MluGyo Barbera Ii and I wilt Jin nun Collar landed at Camimrev Speaker Rainey Would in the extreme eastern end of Cuba at 3 40 p. nj. yesterday *4 40 Chester Kee|) XX e a ll Ii \ From They left Seville. Spain, at 2:45 Evading Bay men ts a. rn New York time Mitiirday, and had b**ii expected at Havana at 5 p rn yesterday, on a record w> r.tward WASHING TON June 12 * I NM* crossing of the Atlantic. The Senate's The flight whs the longest over- « tfpt 1%m* in iltm Ii wtnet* tit s* i t/vn *i X OI <1H ne L D ’ pHitIm UN ill J I MOI * w iiu * nop iii mf iii ior\ ox fix muon. Hie air line from Seville to Cuba be demand fit im Speaker Henry T. ing approximately ft.OOO miles They Rainey of ti ie House, for a complete he Federal tux laws Tm* r no" ''innnu,7* avT Halsey, on ie of the author of Hie their single-moto! d biplane original mc© me tax law in 1913. pro I elU of Ideal I light posed a gr< ms income tax to keep The flight wa, made with little ad- multi-million mires from avoiding Fed- era! taxes Hi rough cb lunet ion at bu? I* Capt. Ba Hie ran. in an exclusive new losses Other bilders, purlieu* telephonic interview with the newa- larly Menatoi r Reed <ft >, of Penmyt- pajK'i El Pats in Havana, commented vania, Hiigge: sted adoption of a Kea "We had no incident# along the en* eral sales Ie vy, with necessities ex empted, to t ilic h the tex-dodge re. ( ontimii'd un I age I gurtii-n Ramey sal "TI ie re is a IS H RTONII it'l illy one remedy and Min? com* lax law It might MOTORIST’S HANDS be arranged to apply lightest on Hi* Bl RNE!) SEVERELY less wealthy and jai haps become an auxiliary to our present ay? fem. Thomas Murray, of Philadelphia There would have to Im- exemptions, say on bicorn i s tip to $15 OOO or $20 - had ills hands burned . * vrifely, CURTIS WILL N AMES TRUSTEES Board of Seven to Conduct Bublications; Family Benefits NORRISTOWN Pa , JU) The will of Gyrus H inch was entered for j> * Mont . onery Count nil* todii trustees of the t and the ar-oid pi r, created to admin! urti Pub! four new '(busher on named are Curtis r\ W Oak a rn ge florae the Gut tin UP» irtis, with lster i of der the wishing Com-ipapers tinned at his K i ob.lt* * Bi bot I II I Ii WI IGI M « I Suit has against Ha avenue, Pi IAUkford i ence R claimed to Mrs Lank/ I lr ion near county, Pa. on April ti, Attorney been y M vpect and h Uni ') have ford in r Port , The last 7 Reilly , .started at Media Hires, of r>.»I Tenth Park, by Burl 3 is wife, Mrs. Flnr-tford, for lnjunes been received by ah automobile col-Cimton, Schuylkill collision took place Tie suit wa.' filed by and Pearce ooo, with mg the b ••People a system $2 OOO OOO gross inc rd wk build ii prepar Mur: WA House It WK It I t (IRM Itll I. sHING EGN June 12    * IP Bn ms (ii * - burn* (lass tin C bill before action, lie sought d* | Von JI ment *d t i reform Such *• much before I a. rn. today md he wa using to j d auto tube, be* ann was heating the n dory t*» installing Hie p i v made his way to t if th*' Moyamensing Ho* Company, 324 Ka t from Ninth and Mort** md tile drivers of lh* idndntaten d first-aid hands and then sent ’ Chester Hospital for .WASHINGTON, June 12 Treasury balance as of June 'INK* 9 $279, 797.1 14 94; expenditure?,,    $14    956,- 390 89, customs receipts $6.718 143 16, HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY OU United Pre**) - AT LINCOLN I ll I.lls U.    S. Engineers Erect Sighting Tower at P. M. C. I—Meloy, Sym Jack. I—Dorothea, Booms Pal, Hero Blea. Genipa, Legal Gamble, Panorama, survv Weaver Bird. Sun Temj>e*t. Roanoke Lad. I—Baggage Miss. Cresta Run, Sunnyside Ip. I—i None). i—Nituma. Brave and Bold. »—( old ( heck. Habanero. ’—Thundertone,    ( ahama. Gihbvs ( lioirr, Royal Treasure, Kihit/er, Prince Dunrovai, Betty Barrett. I—Sallie Bourland. Piecemeal, Happy fellow, santa Sophia. Jeff O’Neil. Tryandagain. Batty. Weather clear; track fast. Engineers of the United States De-i sighting and other calculating in-par’ment of the Coast and Geodetic strument? The platform is reached on Saturday supervised the by an lron laddfr- Throughout by an foe structure there is a firm bracing construction of a triangular steel 0f uptight and cross beams all made tower on the campus of the Penn- of heavy gauge, portable galvanized .Sylvania Military College, to be used steel angle metal. as a sighting and observation center An unusual view is presented from for this area, in the calculating of the platform of the tower where even URGE INCREASED RESPECT FOR FLAG Prominent Men Speak at Exercise* Marking the Adopt ion of Emblem Increased respect for the r emblem was urged at exarch last evening in Washington M Chapel, Valley Forge by WU Kerr of Yeadon, national pi of the American Flag Eh Hon 7he exercise* marked the 156th anniversary of t .<    ;f. . of th* American Flag bv th* Continental Congress Repr* < n*h '.•. *    of moue organizations from thine ar bv states filled the chap * ap*city It is our hojK- thro if an Flag Day Assoc! operating patriotic organs popularize Flag Day and one of the ORDER IS FILED IN EQ! ITV SUIT ) Lor d < onccrn Directed to Reined\ Soh! Nuisance Bums fur < omplaints NEW HOSBITXL OBEN I NUJ .ll LA Ai ’ jai opening of t tie rn ■rald-Merey Hospital at Lu .etui n G f i Davis road, IM rh od berm Mi!leduled for yester *n deferred to a later dan * Hp' Cled that the hnspita ! ■}**h tm service on or abo his da ugh-B**k, his id W. Cur-• LotUmer, * Mdci • of the Gums Publishing unpany; John C Martin, president the (' n * is Mal I to newspapers; larles A Tyler, treasurer of the 'wspaper company, and W. D. F'ul- Bellevtng that file success of the it ti-. Publishing Company will be emoted and best insured by the ( oiiUnijcd on Page I ourtrrn ll DENT ( ONI ESSES K ILLI NL MOTHER " IJIN! Mkt), June 12 'UP* 1(    Pc..'>■ claimed today that Ii,life Mac* ,(i Donald, high a* liool student whose ' * moi her was found dead in her home than two weeks ago, confessed to the slaying of his widowed parent. TI *• youth, apprehended kist week 11 tt N. ti’.IU*- 'I* nn . with a complin-ion, William Terwilligcr, was brought back today. , ll DLR WILL ADDRESS < . II. S. (JRA DILATES ic Judge Albert Dutton MacDade who ii i a graduate of Chester High School, is will return to th * Institution on the it evening of June 22. when he will rie-je liver the principal address *o the I members Of the graduating clusa. • black morning j splotch of color desks and brlgh Dais was fun us hios of a Ie public sect ioi 7’he delega lei bl«jcs of I in a sjicctH I j photographer st meted "eau welcome the j vigorous voice He expressed confidence their en-Heavers would lead to beneficial results throughout the world. It cannot b** beyond the power of mali, King George • aid. "no to us® ( oiitifiucil on Page I ourtrrn I.OC A I, SI IGW KUS, (OOI,Kit, IS FOK EC AST Partly cloudy today, preceded by lorn i *howera and cooler (his afternoon and to light, is the forecast for eastern P nnsylvania New Jersey, Delavan* and Maryland It will be fair tomorrow The highest temperature here yesterday w * ■» 92 degrees, at 3 30 p rn , and the lowest was 74, at 7 a. rn. The average of 83 was thirteen degrees above normal The highest temperature ever recorded h*re on June ll was 93 iii 1911, and the lowest WM 49, in 1907 Murine*' today was at 5 31 a. rn , and sunset will ti** at 8 30 p. rn , eastern daylight Giving time. HRJ ll AY XA ROBBERY SUSPECT IS HELD A * rested on u. pie Ion of highway robteiv Lee Gilbert, .st Negro, of W* J Mary tr * t wa , held without bail for investigation when arraigned for a preliminary hearing in polk® court today. A nim age requesting the arrest of Gilbert wa. received here yesterday from Philadelphia police, who say that a car Gilbert owns and in which four Negroes were riding, figured In a hold-up In Philadelphia The SUS- j;*'** will ta- questioned by detective* today. I o pi cs of J imes Mil st yje man of hi CTS. ‘viers for June brides are th® ii tc now But it the weather-i pits to make tis ail friend* WI Earl F Hi* lot of his p His helper. throw a few real show- big music man. showed nls how to beer the heat the Uhland btidegroom. o'er and a fast man on d: lli«* estate of perks late president ut a i* <l only $30, w hich 1<mcL one to ■ aspect that fie probably invested in some of those Mouth American bonds. Btl* cess in flying mechanic, of mo •moi jai lam T. (resident Assoc la - pail rid AT LONG BRANCH I—Dame Marie* hen. I—Soliloquy, Monotarks, faster Bandy. I—Speywood. I— None*. }— None . »— None). !—I he Tout. Weather clear; track fast. the Amer-n and co-za! ions to tke it tjiggegt days of the year/' a new survey of the Delaware River    with the haze of the    present warm    William T. Kerr,    of Yeadon, national ana, which has been made neces-    v.eathci it is passible to    obtain a view    president of the    association, said in “ary due to the changes, through far over in New Jersey; beyond WU- his address of welcome the course of years since the last mlngton to the southern section of Addresses were made bv Orrin E calculations were made of the At- Delaware and to Philadelphia on the Boyle, of Allentown national colin-lantic Coast and its tributaries.    north, with the aid of    glasses The    eilor of the Patriotic Order Mons of Rising high above anything for tower is a unit of a number of sta- America, and Captain Robert M miles around in this section, the Mons, which have been placed Clutch, of Darby, patriotic instructor or other place in order to eliminate th*1 world trip temporary tower, which us firmly at-    throughout    the ea*st near the van-    of the United Spanish War Veterans,    or dimini h Hip soot, a-h and un con-    At her rate of speed to * tached to ground anchors, rises to a    oil* rivers.    At the topmast point    of    The invocation was pronounced by    sumed particles which now escape    said it would take her 15 : height of more than 90 feet. It has    the tower there will b° placed    a    the Rev. Dr. W. Herbert Burk    from Bs stacks and in its present lo-    circle the globe, and judgu been placed on the terrace at the    warning light, as a warning    to    Music was bv the Golden Jubilee    cation is a restrainable mar a ne** The    her story, if would require 15 entrance to the college parade aviators,    *    Band of Epworth Methodist Epi&co- defendant should pay th** costs," to tell about it. grounds and Immediately next to the    Th*> tower sections    were brought    pal Church and    the choir of me In decreeing that the bill be re- They were. Miss Lowell said The bill Iii equity, asking (Ii** court (o restrain the Ab*‘rfoyl<- Manufacturing Com pa iv. of this city, from ejecting soot and ashes, has been r* -tamed for a pj,r;od of four months, in an order filed b> Judge Albert Du ti on Ma* Dad* The action was started about two and one -half years ago by several rfStd* at* in th*- m-u .moihood of Hie Aberfoyie plant Judge MacDade. in his opinion leaches the following conclUMons ' It is the duty of the defendant (the manufacturing plant* to adopt the most efficient and approved means known of controlling the ash, dust, dirt. ender1 soot, unconsumed carbon or unburned fuel emitted from its stack, Mo far as soot, ash and unburned fuel ar* concerned, the operation of the defendant h plant in the manner in which it is now operated, without proser, efficient, reasonable arid tri* d ash, soot and unburned fuel Joan Lowell Lands in    I. A nd Mg! Wha I Trip She Had somebody w their back &* Movie cm. la ii January again in IR Probably th* prs weren't c mony. Capt. Frank Hawk# •os* the country with a robot doing the work s to hope that maybe ll invent a robot to do at driving. pie married in Havana will be married all over llywood In near future, newspaper photograph-n hand at the first cere- UI> J o NEW YORK June ll When adventure beckon. Lowell usually is about ten knot ahead of it, lashed to a    1    h<    t and tunning wit Ii full sail throng a nor-easter. Mi j Low ll ca if I- ba ... o )■ today aboard the Colomb ai I me Pastores. with $18 in her oh in pur and a salty Gory about ti fir stage of her propo cd fiv«*-y* ars’ Art around the world iii Hie ..u• ilia; schooner Black Hawk Til*- girl who go- wide att*ntioi after publication of her book Cradl of The Deep left Hi* Ilia , Hawk with her father in command, a* Kingston, Jamaica but h hoped to rejoin it as o controlling devices In its power plant could raise some money to cr because during one blow the gale was so severe that she couldn’t move across the deck to relieve him for 15 hours. Father came through nicely. Then a mate fell down a hatch, i n* y pent most of their mon* y putting him in a hospital at Charleston. S. C I hen they were becalmed. Day after day after day after day four rn all they didn t move an Inch, lite flywheel fell off their auxiliary engine Worse, their radio went blooey. They ran out of water, The ship's dog and Miss IxjweH’a father suffered •Iv. One of them went delirious, i lily ft steamer came along and Lowell braved a lot of dangers got some water. But In going Secretary Woodfin sa vs American# need music to give them courage. Well, haven’t we bepn whistling for three years to keep it up? University of Wivonsn student# will now get more exercise, sine® authorities have refused to permit a beer tavern on the campus. "Many motorists seem t.< dive no .mux1 of right and areng, says a traffic expert. Yes. and v\ 'vt seen a lot who seem to have a very poor idea of right and left. ut< nd, at Fir aid she Miss as .-he and auntie after Hie water in a small boat they got lost from their schooner. They *'. she lowed around for hours-—Miss Lowell ars to didnt remember just how many, from When they got back aboard, they put in to an island of San Salvador Miss Lowell traded her dresses to natives aught for two sheep. At sea again, one of rile Weather Colonel Theodore Hyatt Memorial    to the    college in motor trucks    and    rhap**l A    salute and pledge to the    tamed for four month? Judge Mac-    in the    storm that wr* k* d the    the sheep became so homesick it com- observatory, the highest point of    erected by a crew of trained    em-    flag was    given by Troop 16. Girl    Dade sa-.- "At the expiration of this    Dirigible    Akron.    Then    they were    mitier* suicide by jumping overboard, ground on the college property.    ploye#    of the department. It is    not    Scouts, of    Swarthmore Mu Eliza-    period the plaintiffs mar elect to    caught in    a 90-rn lie    gale    Miss Lowell    They decided to rest up at Kings- A platform has been constructed    known    just when the engineer-'    con-    beth Ross    Bartholomew, of Prospect    present additional evidence, at further    and her    father    stood    four-hour    ton and Jot down a few notes on the nrar the top of the tower, upon template beginning their calculations Park, a direct descendants of Betsy    watches lashed to the wheel. It chance Miss Lowell would some day v hich the engineers will place their from the tower.    -Ross played a bugle call.    *    (    ontinued    on    Fag*• Iourteen was tough obi her father, however, write another book. W WUNG ION June 12—(UP)—• The weather forecast! I astern Pennsylvania and New Jersey:    Partly cloudy and cooler to night, preceded by thundershower# this afternoon and possibly early tonight. Tuesday, fair, cooler. TOD A VS TEMPER (TIRES 6 a. rn. 7 a rn. 8 a. rn. 9 a. rn. IO a. rn. 72 ll    a.    in.......83 74 Noon    ........ 84 76 I p.  ....... 78 2    p.    rn. ...... 89 78    ^ ;

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Publication: Chester Times

Location: Chester, Pennsylvania

Issue Date: June 12, 1933

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