Chester Times, June 13, 1933

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June 13, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - June 13, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR I ELV K I ON T ENDING DECEMBER 31. 1932 20,328 FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ★ With All Latest and Best News of the Day Dully    d Wiry Rep and International United Pre-* (UP' Seri ice i INS' CHESTER, PA., TI ES DAV, JUNK 13, 19:13 5TTH YEAR—KO. 17.618. FIGHT ON VETS’ FLY 70 HAm ON goodwill flight \( jo MECHANIC. SCHOOL HOARD PRICK. TWO CENTS AS KING OPFNED WORLD PARLEY CIT MAY RESULT IN DEADLOCK Economy .Measure Likely to (’aliso Delay in Adjourn merit of Congress Test N ote Will He Sought Today; House ( onsiders Hank Reform Hill WASHINGTON. June 13 <UP> — Increasingly bitter dispute oter vet-irans' economy threatened today to lcadlock Congress and delay its adornment still further. President Roosevelt flatly refused lo grant additional concessions on payments to veterans. He stood firm for his compromise plan, already approved by the House, in the face of naming from Senator Bvrnrs, Dem., 3 C., that Democrats could not muster enough votes to put it through ;he Senate. A test vote will be wright today. Tile President threatened to use tits veto power if necessary to prevent further riddling of his economy program, A veto of the independent pincers supply bill, carrying veterans' j Appropriations, would be likely to I prolong the session of Congress many jays, The administration made one long Itride toward adjournment by obtaining Senate agreements to vote by 4 p. rn., on the industrial regulation md public works bill. The House, meantime, was to take : up the Glass banking reform and deposit insurance bill, given new lease -on life by last minute compromise petween House and Senate conferees. House approval was considered as-lured, but the Senate 4am left its ultimate fate still doubtful In the involved dispute over veterans’ compensation, the situation s this: As the biggest item in his federal Continued on Page Ten BODY OF DROWNING VICTIM RECOVERED Severe thunder during the electric storm last evening is believed to have Drought the body of a drowned man to the surface of the Chester River near the spot where he went down early Sunday evening. The body was recovered this morning, shortly before 8 o'clock by guards in Deshong Park, who were assisted bv Fred Oradell, who lives in a houseboa' just in the rear of the Knights of Columbus VICTIM OK HEAT, APPROVES HOM) KILLED IN FAU, BSCE OF $40,000 Topples From the Rear of Mone\ Will He Used to De-Tow Truck and I rue- frat Expenses of ( los-tures His Skull    inc    Weeks of Term Heat Wave Is Broken In Minor Officials of School Electrical Storm; Little    District \re Re-elected; Damage Reported    Open Rids tor Supplies Veteran of two Atlanta crossing*, the monoplane "I olumbia lower photo) was pointed toward new honors when the trio pictured shove set out aboard her from Hold Bennett f ield. New York. on a 2,400-inile non-s’op goodwill hop to Port au Prince, Haiti. Pictured just before the take-off are. left to right. Robert G. l yon. co-pilot: Captain .I E, Boyd. pilot, and Harold I* Davis, writer. The plane, built In 1925, is the one in which < I a re nee \ Chamberlain flew 3,911 miles non-stop to I islrbrn. Germany, In 1927. and which carried Captain Boid and Harry Of minor from Harbor Grace to I neiand in 193®. HEAVY FOGS IN M ATTER VS PATH Fear Expressed for Safety of (J lobo-ci reline Flier un W av to Alaska terday, when he entered a NOME, Alaska, June 13—<UP> — Apprehension    for the safety of Jim- Hall. along the edge of the Deshong    mie Mattern.    globe-circling flier, was    guilty ’ to    a charge    of    stealing    an Drive, near Ninth and Welsh streets    felt today with reports that heavy    automobile,    of which    crime    they    were The corpse was found just off ihe f0_s    tr]e>rt over the Bearing both accused, and made a statement dock in front of the houseboat, a    *•™ involving the other you’h. who square distant down the river from ‘Gong the route of his flig.i from    ot,mv the large rock in Ship Creek Woods.    Khabarovsk where he was seen to disappear Bun- Belteved to be a victim of the heat Edward Weeks, 30, an automobile salesman, of 909 Parker street, wa* fatally injured, yesterday afternoon when he toppled from an automobile tow car at Second and Market streets and landed on his head He died shortly after admission to the Chester Hospital of a fractured skull Deputy Coroner George White of Third and Norris streets, received a telegram this morning from W Ham Weeks, of Orlando. N C. brothel of the victim, that he would arrive in Chester today and arrange for shipment of his brothers body    to    the South for interment. Week.- was employed by J Francis Taylor, 9-11 West Ninth street ani was on his way to the Reading Railroad freight station to drive some new cars from    the    station    to    the agency He had complained about the heat and told the driver of the tow car, George B T horne, of 1012 West Sc, -rnth street, that he would ride on th: rear “to get the air.'* Just as Thorne turned off Market street to go to the station, he happened to glance into the rear new mirroi on his car and saw legs dangling in tile air.    He    immediately    applied Hie brakes    and    alighted    to    find the salesman, unconscious and bleeding. lying in tile street Thorne Immediately placed the unconscious man in his rat- and took him to the Cheater Hospital, where Weeks died without regaining consciousness. Thorne was technically arrested and released in bond for the action of the coroners jury. The victim boarded at the Parker street address, his relatives residing at Tharboro, N C Police notified his parents of the accident. Heat Wave Broken Normal June temperatures    pre- t    .    |    vailed    this    morning following a rain When I    laced    on    I rial;    and electric storm, which swept    this arca last night, breaking the backbone of a heat wave which gripped ---------------- —    this    section    for the past six days. An Eighth    Ward    vouth    turned    I)ur,n* yesterday afternoon,    the quralcr on    his pal    at Media ye? -    temperature rose to 94 degrees, at    3 JO plea of    o clock, causing the death of on*’    man in this city. The victim was Edward Weeks, 30, of Tarboro, N, C, who int* ACCUSED AUTO THIEF ‘SQUEALS’ Implicates Companion When Blae Other ( asos Tried A thou; t Ult ic mot ii addn 17 Hi not I high Bid the i the r Approval of a motion to create a iv’ol district bond issue not to exert $4f)OOO to rirfiny expense* cif r school* for the remainder of the cal year was gtven last evening by f directors in regular session at the rkm building, Broad and Crosby Hie motion wits offered by Hiram Turner of the finance conine*’ who made the suggestion in w of the fact that the exact iotint which might be needed w'as t exactly known at the present ic. The issue is to have two yews run and is to be at six per cent •cst and while forty thousand rs is the maximum, the Issue is r in amount of the sum needed nmplete the year and is to be iced through the current income ie dustilet Certificates are to tiear eat of the school district, rsound of the offices of the ; lls and of tile district headquar-were re-elected to serve under ut salary ratings. In the order included the Haunt officer and tanto, the bookkeelier. Thomas t and the clerk force of the dis-Re-appointment of the mem-of the medical staff to serve r current terms of service and v and also of the janitor forces * the exception of those stationed io schools no longer In use wigs approved Paul Lane Ives, the ct solicitor was also re-appointed ive another term letter tendering payment of one sand dollars as a part of the ti due from the Chester towrf-ichool district on tun lotus owing I Unapproved and followed by a n that unless payment of an I onal thousand is made by June ■ pupils from that district will r* allowed to graduate from th*’ school at the close of tile term t as follows were submitted for lading, tolling and sodding of ew athletic field in the rear of CURRENCY AND DERIS REORE LONDON PARLEY I . S. Delegates Shun To-day’s Sessions of W orld Economic Conference Japan Hacks Roosevelt Inflation Policies; War Hills Again Discussed on and LONDON, J Iterative need an Ii ement of wa »s occupied errr the I IP Th® ireney stabiliza-nt demand for its to the United World Economlo Vs second pir ate® D f rom Ram HIM set! rat! >|H’.tkinit into i gold .uni silver mi* Hipbone, King George of I me I.util is 'how ii iii Oils radio photo is he turin,illy opened Hie World Lennon))* < nn-ferrnre at London yesterday Ihe monarchs voile was broad* ast to every nation on earth in a plea tor the burial of hatreds and a prayer for the fcticcesm of the parley. TRIO OF YOUTHS HELD FOR COURT Accused of Unprovoked Assault on Linwood Official and His Son Continued on Page ten FAMILY WELFARE RE HORT SUBMITTED day, by Wilburn Schott, of 926 Crosby street. Known to his associates as “Casper," the victim is said to have been a resident of the .squatter shack colony, on the west bank of the river rn the vicinity of Ship Creek Woods, just north of the park. He was about forty years old Efforts to recover the body had been abandoned yesterday afternoon bv members of the police department and of the Franklin Rescue Squad, who had dragged the river .since Sunday night. Clothes found on the corpse revealed nothing relative to his identity. The body was removed to tho morgue of Deputy Coroner White, at Third and Norris streets. SHARPLES NAMED ON PARKS CROUT The Pennsylvania Parks Association. at Its final session in Wilkes-Barre, added Colonel Ernest G. Smith, publisher rf tile Timrs-I * a der. Wilkes-Barre, as vice president, and re-clcctcd the following cfficrr.s pleaded not guilty The second defendant. Salvatore I he fact that Mattern was several Ruonocore, 20, of Second and Howell Continued on Page ten CAVEIN ENDANGERS hours overdue here if he maintained the speed of Post and Gatty on the Khabarovsk-Nome lap of their world flight added to the anxiety. Post and Gatty flew from Khabarovsk to Nome in 15 hours and 45 minute.*,. Tile same schedule would streets, denied the statements mad" by his friend. Eligio DI Meglio. 21. of 321 Broomall street, this city, and his case will go before the jury in Judge Watson R Davidson's courtroom today. The young men were arrested In have brought Mattern to Nome at philadelphia on May 20, while driving result of about midnight Nome time, or 3 a, a stolen automobile at Eleventh and and their rn Pacific roast standard time. Race streets. The car was stolen Mattern, however, said bf fore lcav- from in front of a market near tile mg Khabarovsk that if he encoun- Ninth street bridge over Chester trred bad weather, he might land at River, on May 19. According to DI Petropcavlovsk, on the peninsula of Meglio, he stole the car on that date Kamchatka, until conditions im- and left It at Ninth and Parker streets. He met Buonocore the following day and told him he had a stolen car. Buonocore. lie said. suggested they go for a ride and drove the car to Philadelphia, where they were arrested. Dl Meglio said he was a passenger on the trip Buonocore is represented by Vincent Desmond, of this city. and Assistant District Attorney Clement J McGovern is prosecuting the case. Negroes C onvicted Charles Handy and Windsor Boner, two Negroes living at Front and Kerim streets, this city, were convicted ault and battery charges pre-hy Erupt Ravelly, Negro, who The following statement on statistics from April 27 to Mav 31 presented at a recent meeting of the Chester ( )( ( I PAN IS OU ( ARS Relief and Family Welfare A* or in - proved. NOME, Alaska. June 13 «UP»..... Aviation flares lighted the Nome Airport in the early morning hours today as the populace awaited the Continued on Page Ten BOY WANDERER WANTS TO (JET HOME Claiming he loft home with a carnival company that recently ITic lives of three residents of this county were endangered, last evening, when th" street paving at Thirty-first street and Rowel ton avenue. Philadelphia, collapsed, as the break in a water main, automobile plunged into Hie cavity. Tho automobile was driven bv Ralph Showers, of Brookline, who had as passengers. Marsden Law ley and Matt Richard*, both of Drexel Hill. Another automobile driven by Dr, Gerald Horn, 5813 Chester avenue, also dropped into the hole Both Dr. Horn and his wife had to Ik* rescued by police, who later roped off Hon Carried over cases from month previous, 3140; new and renew cases, 330; transferred from oihei agencies 16. making a total chs*’ load of, i486 out of which number. 3215 unduplicated families received Stair aid; 271 service only. A total of 579 relief and service lases were closed out Of flee consultation* at the intake desk alone totaled 2229, together with consultations by workers, visit* to families, visits to consultants Phone calls and letters constituted 10,530 act* of service. Shoe* and clothing lf and when available, were given Milk has been distributed on an average of quarts daily. Ba ii am oui) tim it to $5200, i (Idl Hon to th* c tm po sing of ! WO fin* es of $10 and ( impose* ii i upon three * you ii ig men of Hie High th ward. this city. at lac ked Mi Irate Watt cr ('n con wa* id. a nd tils sot). Al tiert. of It lidded ava f*nue, I mu caid, early Bunt lay mc ii mi; g, uh* ii they were HITK ugned lief ore Mi igisi Irate Josef lh Mf mn. al : tin * I.lnwa (od Fire Coml aa n y I headqu artel •n, last evening. Th* i' atta ck on the official and I his son. end the i Mi (vie quem hen iring drew more than 250 * pc eta tor a to ) tile firelx 'Mise I >eside the Humeri ii UR nf- fie la Ii k and of lier int* •rested parties. Th* a firs t char ■go pre fern d w as that of re ck less driving bv Officer Fred Agin ha Mg Albert I Fi rrdi- nand , who was I turd $10 ani 1 cc >sts. Oil the main c ha ti ge, that of JUS- sault and battery i wit ti intern to kill, pre!* rred I iv Orc ■enwi mkI. al I t lure men plead' d not guilty. Hut ‘seq (lent testimony. howe Vi up rompteri I Mi »gis- today session. The United it ion shunned the meeting. pile the barring of war debt® the agenda, Prime Minister J. ay MacDonald's reference of day was repeated bv Guido Italian finance minister, who d there must be a final debt lieut Dr Constantin Von Nni-Oermtrti foreign minister, also referred to debts. Other speaker* included Premier J Edouard Daladier, of Prance; Viscount Kikujiro Xshii, of Japan; | General Jan Christian Butat*. of i South Africa; Pedro Cosie, of Uru-Ruh’ . Adam Roc, of Poland; Orestes Ferrara, of Cuba, and Sir Anil Chaus lee, of tile league of Nations, and ■ Alexandre Malinoff, of Bulgaria. \\ tide Malinoff, former Premier of ! Bulgaria, wa* speaking. J H, Thomas, member of the British cabinet, entered the hall. He mounted the rostrum, bent down to MacDonald's ride and they talked earnestly, with their heads close together. He obviously brought news of some development in war debts. One of tile important development® of the meeting was Japans lining lip solidly behind the Roosevelt I an reflation tmltcies. It demonstrated that Ishti s visit was the matt success-tiii of all the representatives of major powers to Washington. Isl)ii heartily endorsed the simultaneous tackling of currency and trade barrier problems, and an international policy of liberal credit and Daladier proved to have bern won over only to the Roosevelt Public Works Policy and otherwise is (or deflation, while Jung LONDON.    June    I    t    *UP)    A    note    was definitely deflationary, ‘ling    with the    war    debt    pa*    mint j The conference adjourned until rallied to Wash- IO .IO a rn , tomorrow, when Chan- BRITAIN SENDS WAR DEBT NOTE ( nilled After Cabin*! Meeting; Offer to Make Partial Payment Hinted LONDON. June 13 <UP> Neville Chamberlain, Chancellor of the Exchequer, arose in a tense and crowded House shortly after 6 p. rn and annotine d that hi. all-important debt cheap money. potted had been tinavoidc until IO j). rn. post* irate Matin to this charge. The events I* rounding the during the he three, in comp young men. ha Boot hi slot) b caused hold each in bail on due Tnursday wi ington by the British government todav for Immediate* delivery to the American State Department. The nots* wa.*, wnt soon after the cabinet had met for the second time within nine hours to discuss whether Britain would pay or default, and a It' hr in f or fore Ne lite Chamber-j lain. Chancellor of the Exchequer, was to submit Hie entire question for gr aer,ii debate in the House of Commons. LONDON, June 13 (tipi Chancellor of the Exchequer Neville Chamberlain In hi* war debt speech IIM ' . and mise rn OI Hic refs a freed 92 the arr* when It was learned the entire block was undermined by flow- COUNTY MEDICAL mg waters. W tried to Dtirin Hon, Or up at f the of ti ettli the lip to and si s brought < were that t ny with three of I gone to a dance were refused adm trouble they h evenings. Follow I became engaged lit. which the mn » «nil Con-table A: Chichester town Ii height of the altc >d % hod, who had (ii that time, paved nd A Whe ii th** the Hous ti of Co annotine upon non* that it th 1.1 the ill of the $79 95(1 n<HI abm Continued on Pag* Ten FAIR ANH COOLER VV KATHER PREDICTED Fair weather I • predicted today and tomorrow In eastern Pennsylvania, New Jei spy. Delaware and Maryland. It will be slightly cooler here today. The highest temperature here yesterday was 94 degree# at 2 45 p. rn., which (qualed the maximum record for the date, irgtstered previously in 1914 The lowest temperature hero yesterday was 74. at 6 15 a. rn. The average of 84 wa? thirteen degrees normal bt annuity lied State?., due Thin the Unit* av to twenty degrees for the date and above the average Press June 12 last year Minimum tempera- i Lorn w neriran hi tiler the approx im rn due as d‘ bt or nod British oil - et ii Ul.vs to<J n \ laymen' would rep-dely IO per rent. of URGES ALL PUPILS TO PARTICIPATE President. Elwood B Chapman, of gf*®* ln Trainer, Preston Dewey, of a?ss Swarthmore, vice presidents, Philip 2“*“'*    hl,S    7    rr,'d M Sharpies, of West Chester, and »ddr(^ ?600    Third    street, trpl Thomas Liggett, of Pittsburgh; sec-retarv-treasurer, Herman Cope, of Media. Executive Committee George H Clapp, of Sewickley; W. II. Evans, of Ligonier; Mrs. Ruth L Erick, of Allentown. Thomas M Hartman, of New Castle; Mrs. J E. Hires, of Aid-more; Dr. J. Horace MacFarland, of Harrisburg; William J. Sherd), of Haverford; Colonel Henry W Shoemaker. of M Libation; Jqhn C Slack of Pittsburgh; J Borton Weeks, of Philadelphia, nnd Edward Woolman. of Haverford. .Pittsburgh was tentatively selected for the 1934 convention. treasury bal ante WASHINGTON. June 13 -'UP) -The Treasury net ba lance for June IO this city, last night appealed for assistance to get home. The boy became disgusted with the life and last night decided that there s no place like home. Police here were notified and they in turn notified the boy's relatives. SEN VI I STOCK MARKET PROBE WASHINGTON, June 13    UP*-- Senate stock market investigators today ordered the inquiry into commercial and private bankers to be resumed at IO a rn.. June 26. By unanimous vote of the investigating committee it was agreed that Ferdinand Pecora. committee counsel, could begin on June 26 exam)* < iintinued on Page Ten CHILD HEALTH (ENTER LUNCHEON Marks ( lost* itf Business Meetings fur Summer; Reports Submitted Di David A Ward, superintendent of city schools, has requested that all pupils join the nation-wide observance of Flag Day tomorrow. From the home of Thomas Jefferson, in Virginia, a chorus of voices will sing "America.” nnd the school children of the entire country w'lll Join In the chorus. Many of the local schools are preparing siK’Cial programs for the dav to be presented in the assembly period However in the majority of the sr hoc Is plans are being made to have the pupils give short talks upon appropriate “Flag Day ’ topics rn the various cia-'rooms. DR. r. E. Me ULU NG GOING TO JAPAN SOCIETY MEETING The monthly meeting of the Delaware County Medical Society will be held at the Springhaven Club, Thursday afternoon at 3 15 o'clock. The scientific program will he given bv William IL Crawford. M D who us instructor of pediatric* at the Temple University, Philadelphia, whose topic will be. “Infant Feeding and Summer Care" Dr Hurry C. Don a boo. president of the society, will preside ai the meeting. Dinner will be served at 5 p rn Included in important business to be transacted will be the election of delegates of the society to nerve in the house of delegates at the annual session of the state society, to la* held in Philadelphia In October, C MIMM A BLAZE Continued on Page Un ii Mil MIAMI NEI BLH An urgent mfd for a baby coach has been reported by the child Health Center clinic at 1014 West Second • tref t and anyone posse aug such an article and can donate ii for such a good cause, is asked to get in touch with the nurse in charge at the above address. ATTACK CHARGE FACED BY YOUTH Held for Juvenile (Our! Lur Beating and Attempt to Rub Newsboy Continued on Page leu ‘KINGFISH* LONG TO RUN PAPER turr for the date is 52, established in 1907 Sunrise today wax at 5 31 a. rn and •sunset will iw* at 8 30 p. rn. eastern n acknowledgment I daylight saving time. full payment in    _ BLAZE AT Mil MONT A skght fire iii five third floor of the home of John Olivette, on Grant avenue, M lim out, shortly after noon yesterday was extinguished by Mil-rnont Fire Company wit ti the ald of chemical*. Hie house, a large fourteen room structure, ta opposite the Woodlyn school, A fire official said the loss would not exceed HOO. I! ASH!NOTON, JUT) ('or Huey P. (Kingfish) Long, of ana has annotine cd tie will be-publle a I ion of a w eekly news-•r in Philadelphia The first issue heduleft to be printed in about a in paper, tang 'aid; 1 vvi I be used to Interpret the cf, of in w legislation and govern-I affair It will carry no adversa mid will not tie run for profit. \ It. INV \OI S Pl I I -IO RGI! IT‘.! BURGH, Jill I opicsof I inics Pete, I pc mer. l.s he admit.* red. I he big Moose cheer dis-fast getting gray, although he 'n in the pink and In tho a ie 13 'Unfit invaded Pitto-a* taring handful that day were *8 282,939 42 Customs receipts for the month through June IO we re $7,498.177 52. was $279.647.386 98. Expenditures natioun of represent ive* of any one *- - -      —    -    -    of    three    banks—Dillon Reed and Company. Kuhn Loeb and Company or the Chase National Bank McClure TAKES R JI' AT PINCHOT Governor (’barged With Breaking Faith by Public Service Probe ( ommittee HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY CB* tinted Press) The Child Health Centers of this city, terminated their business meetings for the summer with a luncheon meeting, yesterday, at the “Sycamores,'’ Swarthmore. Mrs. William Ward, Jr. president of the organization, presided at the business session which followed the luncheon Others present were Mrs. William Ward. 3rd. Miss Elizabeth Price, Mrs Clifford N Peoples, Mrs. of American educators invited by S. B. Luckie. Mrs. Thomas Galloway, University of Keio to erie on AT LINCOLN FIELDS I—Dark Sister, High Tariff. Air -torium. J—Secluded. Ruth Landfill. Mnntv XL, Barkis, < hi*a. Cherry lime. Brilliant Rose, Rego. 3—Predict, Tamerlane, Barashkova, Celtic Prince, La >atle, Outbound, Aetuarius. 4—Sn Hie Bourland. Scandal Sheet, Bridegport. Prefer, Sad Knight, Belle Weidel, Gracious Gift, Brave and Bold. 5—George 'tai pole Simon, Tarwater, Ann What, .My Gentleman. fi— i None.) 7—sambo Brown, Blameless. 8—Royal Treasure. Weather, clear; track, fast. AT LONG BRAST IIL' 1—Plentitude, Imadud. 2— None.) 3—Theone, Thf Hun, Jean Gaffney, f ire Brigade, Houssain. 4— None, i 5— i None.) 5— i None.) 7—Gilded Casino Weather, clear, track, fast. HARRISBURG. Pa June 13 'UP Charges of “breaking faith” were made against Governor Pinchot today by the Senate Committee whose $100.-000 appropriation he vetoed. In a formal statement, issued after a meeting here. The McClure committee formed to investigate th-Public Service Commission said the Governor had promised to co-operate with the inquiry and also had promised to sign the resolution authorizing the study and providing money for the work. “Relying on the Governor s promise. the committee announced that public hearings would be resumed in June and necessary arrangements were made with witnesses whose testimony relates to the inquiry,” the statement read. “Now. as an excuse for breaking faith with the committee, the Governor resorts to th” action of the C ontinued on Page Ten Mrs P C. Nyce. Mr:    Charles R I orig, Mr* Genre J Diggins, Mrs. H Gordon McConechy and Mrs. Harry M Armitage. Mrs John J McClure, who was elected to membership al the meeting held last month, attended her first session yesterday. The three liars".', eonnoced with the center, were also presen’    They are Mrs Margaret f Jo.-    Mary    Jones md Mr Anna M Brice During the r Brice submitted her report for the month of May. It is as iouows C ontinued on Page Ten Dr Clarence E McClung, of Wal-lingord Hills formerly of Swarthmore. who is professor of Zoology and director of the Zoological Laboratory University of Pennsylvania granted a year's Ie order to serve as visiting prof* -sor at KfJo University, Tokio, Japan. Dr. MeClung will tie <,i.*- of i gro ip flits faculty for one year, fen fhe purpose of fostering a better under: * anding between American rind Japanese institutions of learning Members of the Good Will Fire Company No. 2 were culled out shortly after IO o’clock last night in response to a still alarm, to extinguish a clum- afti r ney fire at the home of John Walker, on Fast Eighteenth street near Edg-mont. avenue Firemen attribute the cause of the fire to refu.se being 11 burned In the heater and igniting or absence, in s00t ln fj.,r chimney. The fire was extinguished ln n f''w moments and little damage resulted. DOI IM; Ii ST RONCI- R PARIS June 13 <UP) T7ie dollar was strong today, opening at 20 60 franc* *20 85 cents per frann and doting at 20 79 4 81 centai. A trio of South Philndelphh 14 and 15 years of a It is claimed, they tri* * newsboy in Ridley Park, f afternoon, were yesterday r* to Juvenile court by Ma gist) limn T Ward, of Ridley I charges of av auit and ba' • ct ny and attempted tare* ny The youths are Joseph I) of the 3100 block Dick ini-ni John For. vt he, 14 of the 12 South Thirtieth street, and Pe ecu. 14 of the 1900 b.Yd Eighth street According to pol.ee, the turning from L( ip* r .•> quart v lev township, Saturday - t ms and daughters, grund-granddfiughter#, were with iii* invasion, for Joint con-I state organizations of Hie iiiv of tile Republic, the aion Veterans, the Auxiliary Ilion Veterans, tho Woman’* ,rjss. th** I-adits of the md the Daugherts of Union w Men Doff Coats In Media C ourts The high temperature yesterday afternoon w*a.s responsible for the unusual sight of coatless men in the courtrooms at Media Judge Watson R Davison, of Franklin county, openly invited men to take off their coats Jurors and men in the body of the courtroom .sat without coats in the presence of Judges Bailey and MacDade Judge MacDade sent an order for fans for the jury hearing a murder trial. Horse Racing Plant Near Chester Planned The faithful followers of the four and next week is expected to se* footed thoroughbn dx in this vicinity work in full awing Already the tract and they are legion will soon be re- of 30-odd acres has b* en prepared, ■••HrderJ for their many long trek* to and the site for the track and grand-Maryland race tracks, with an up-to- stand has been staked off The proj-date establishment within nine miles ect will give work to a number of men. of this city. Delawae sportsmen are    but it is not    known    how    many. ready to start building a h:gh class    The track    will    be    one.    of    the    most raring plant on the William du Pent novel and beautiful in the east. Instate at Bellevue, located between side the mile oval there will be a Wilmington, Del,, and this city.    steeplechase course and inside this Construction of a thoroughly modern there will be a lake fed by artesian race track is expected to begin there wells. The width of tile track will this week. Passage by th*- next Del- be 200 feet and it will be a milr aware Legislature to permit pari-mu- and two sixteenths around the out-fuel batting would find one of the    side edge most elaborate plants in the country    In the grading    operation,    it will    be ready.    necessary to remove about 40.000 feet. A number of Philadelphians arid at the rate of 1000 feet a day, re-Delaware countians are reported to quiring 40 day? for tile operation be looking on this development with It, is not expected the grandstand considerable interest.    will be built for some tim1*, but it will The contract for grading and fill-    — - jog the track proper has been let    t    ontinued    on    Page    Ten attacked John Stowe newsboy of South Bv nile, Ridley township tfntion of robbing I : receipts The a1 leg run*d on Ch * p Lynne station. Christopher Mry» rs his parents lives on L The climax, as far as the public Is concerned, to the state cm amp* in* nt will be tomorrow when Pittsburgh will cheer the heroes of 72 veei ; o a, they parade through principal streets with their sons and MYSTERY CLOUDS IDENTIFICATION Army Discharge Description Does Not Ually With T hai of Train Victim air lo* *! youths who attacked a Linwood in** gist rate were arrested a® they were speeding away from til* cene. Probably they had little idea where they were going. Th <t idea of serving good drinks to the delegates of 66 nations to tho I ondon Economic Conference should at least keep the visitors in good .spirits. An highth ward cobbler is writing ii opera in his spare time. It probably will contam some very soie-ful music. A burglar broke into a store her® and stole only a dummy ham made rn w < At that he ha* something that will melt in his mouth. —™ % A d1 puly fish and game warden shot h chap for fishing in the Schuylkill river last Sunday No, Mabel, these deputies aren't picked for the job on account of their brains. While Congress is trying to find * way to permit cities to get rid of part of their debts, we might suggest that they get rid of some of these so-called “inspectors” who are mostly interested in payday. ith -urrour corpse Continued on Page fen 17 Years on School Board, He Cannot Read or Write SCRANTON, June 13 Michael Wolohwlcz who il ia. served ax a director of the Dickinson City School Board for 17 years and has been board treasurer for a long time, testified in court yesterday he cannot read or write and never went to school a day in his life As treasurer he receives $4 000 annually. Wolohwirz was testifying In the action begun by taxpayers to oust six members of the board. Deep myst< to identify I man, s'ruck nnd kl train on the Bai Railroad, between t Feltonville stations May 26 About one week death. Officer Bouldery of Feltonville, wa informed that a boy had found army discharge papers near the scene of the fatality. The boy, fearing arrest. had not made his discovery Strangely enough,    the    governments penalties    for    gold    hoarding the    efforts    don't seem to be    deterring    the gold %(' ol a    vourig    diggers one bit. ct bv an express    “T—I    ,    ,    . more and Ohio Tat Leo walked IO miles yesterday * Twin Oaks and ,rom Market street to Lamokin street, Friday morning, before he got tired. after the num’s The Weather 13— UT)— WASHINGTON, June The weather fore* ast: Si!;, r£0.!S2!l ^ri25L0i eolitr‘‘Tn‘'TaVh'a^iioFnU tonijhj Boukitn procured the papers and reported to the coroner’s office. In the Interval between the man’s death and the finding of the paper, ..    h',1    YVir fingerprints and photos of the vie- "ed,^sd’,v fa,r-tim were taken by Sergeant Detwyler, of the Radnor Township police, and when the paper was turned over to tin* coroner s office, copies of the prints were sent to army headquarters, at Wednesday Lur Jowly rising tem-pcrature. New Jersey: Lair, tooler tonight. roo AY’S TI MPKKA Ft RE 6 a. rn. 7 a. rn. 8 a. rn. 9 a. rn. C ontinued ou Page lea i AQ a. rn.    TO 66 Ii    a    rn....... 68 12    noon ...... 71 70 I    p    rn.......72 70 2    p.    rn.......72 ;

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