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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - June 14, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                             DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE 10NTSS ENDING DECEMBER 31 1932 57TH 17619 HULL ADDRESSES PARLEY WARNS SELFISH GROUPS j U S Secretary Says Ob1 structionistsProfits Will I Be But Temporary I Each Nation Must Help Itself Domestically as Roosevelt Is Doing Daily Leased Wire Reports of United Press UP and International News Service INS FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day CHESTER PA WEDNESDAY JUNE 14 1933 SCHMELING WINSI 7 S Proposals As Outlined By Sec Hull LONDON June retary of Stale Hull declaring the American delegation vrould offer concrete suggestions regarding all problems before the World Eco nomic Conference in his speech today outlined some of the pro posed remedies as follows of narrow and selfdefeating selfishness of the economic isolationists of the need for united action agreement of the participating nations to a world tariff truce of the erection of trade barriers with their excesses rank discriminations and hate breedingreprisals and retalia of all excesses in the construction of trade barriers of all unfair trade methods and practices efforts by the nations to stimulate employment and restore industry of the proper function of gold and silver in the operation of an international monetary standard of means to remove restrictions from foreign exchange dealings U S READY WITH NEW PROPOSAL ON Reply Is Drafted to Brit ish Partial Payment Plan ON TRIAL IN McMATM KIDNAPING LONDON June dell Hull American secretary of state solemnly warned the World Economic Conference against selfish obstruction of the conference work In his eagerly awaited keynote speech on behalf of the United States Hull said if any nation obstructs the conference with a shortsighted no tion that some of its favored local in terests may temporarily profit while thus indefinitely delaying aid for the distressed in every country then that nation would merit the execration of mankind Hull castigated economic national ism as practiced since the war The cherished idea of the extreme type of isolationist that each nation singly can by bootstrap methods lift itself out of the trouble that sur rounds it has proved fruitless he continued Each nation Hull said must help itself domestically as President Roosevelt s doing but this must be supplemented by international action International trade he said has been strangled from more than 000000000 the amount it should be according to prewar rate of growth to less than Each country proposes to sell not buy he added The crisis in world economic con ditions makes 1estoration of the gold standard absolutely impossible Neville Chamberlain Chancellor of the Exchequer and head of the British delegation told the conference to day Chamberlain followed the example sec yesterday by his chief Prime Minister Ramsay MacDonald and brought up the supposedly taboo sub ject of war debts War debts are not within the scope of this conference he declared but their settlement is essential if other problems are to be solved Chamberlain outlined British goals at the conference as 1 Recovery of world prices 2 Greater stability of currencies 3 Abolition of restrictions on in ternational exchange Chamberlain said that before Great Britain could consider returning to the gold standard these conditions would have to be established 1 A higher general level of whole sale prices 2 Adjustment of the factors which caused a breakdown of the gold standard 3 Administration of the gold stand ard in such a way that wide fluctua tions in the value of gold were pre vented He offered several proposals to ef fect restoration of the price level It cannot be accomplished by mon etary policy alonehe said There must be a removal of trade barriers There must be not only cessation of tariff increases but a reduction of duties Chamberlain left no doubt that he Miss Anny Ondra one of Germanys most beautiful film actresses will become the bride of Max Schmelinjr former world heavy weight champion in July Max an nounced on the eve of his departure from New York for his homeland Continued on Page Ten BILL GOES BACK TO Conferees Disagree on Sen ate Amendments Raising Appropriations a Million Upper Branch in Brief Ses sion Agree on Defic iency Bill Upf or Passage WASHINGTON June The dispute over veterans appropria tions sole remaining hurdle in the fight for congressional adjournment was thrown back to the House today House conferees disagreed on the Senate Black Amendment to the in dependent offices bill raising vet erans appropriations by The Senate met at 11 a m and adjourned immediately until be cause no business was pending Con ferees meantime had agreed on the fourth deficiency bill which is sched uled for final passage before the vet erans dispute is brought to a show down The extraordinary session of Con gress appears to be on the verge of adjournment although bitter debate may prolong it far into tonight or possibly even until the end of the Speedy enactment yesterday of the industry control bill and the Glass bank reform measure demonstrated the eagerness of most to quit and go home But an oldtime political shindig reminiscent of the Hoover admnistrations battles with an uncontrollable congress is rising around Mr Roosevelt He wants to trim more millions of dollars from the compensation of war veterans than the Senate is prepared to ap Secretary of Commerce Roper Says President Has Unique Scheme WASHINGTON June A member of President Roosevelts cabinet forecast a surprise war debt proposal by the President todav The United States reply to Great Britains partial payment offer was being pre pared for transmission to London Secretary of Commerce Roper af ter a White House conference early this morning told newspapermen the President later today would advance a unique plan of debt One that will be a real surprise He gave no hint of the nature of the proposal and would not say whether it would becontained in the answer to the British note All other members of the administration maintained secrecy It was believedthat Britains lat est note received yesterday not only Parfcial PaJment of the yt0000 instalment due tomorrow but suggested another hearing on the whole question of debt revision This led to congesture that the surprise lorecast by Roper might relate to the general debt problem rather than to immediate payments the sum of is due from 13 nations Ropers hint of important develop ments was expected to intensify the desire of some members of Congress to prolong the session until debt ne gotiations are brought into the open Some already have been anxious to stay m session at least until it was seen how much was paid of tomor rows instalment As to the British suggestion of par tial payment belief prevailed here and m London that Mr Roosevelt re garded it favorably Wellinformed quarters reported that the offer was for about 10 per cent in earlier tonnal communications between Lon n 4 r v tUJ ii nth lhc nf Wdnapinff iOycar office Continued on Pagre Ten CHESTER BOY GIVEN AWARD FOR BRAVERY bFvery of an Eighth ward south who is serving an enlistment m the United States Navy has been recognized by high naval officials who nave recommended him for a lifesav ing medal The youth is John D Brewster son of Air and Mrs Jesse Brewster 314 Pennell street He was commended yesterday by Secretary of the Navy Swanson for the rescue of a woman icy waters of the Anacbsfcia Washington on the night of February 23 The secretary also he young sailor to the secretary of the treasury for award of a lifesav ng medal Brewsters attention was attracted by screams of a woman on the night of the heroic rescue He dived into the water and guided by her cries swam through the dark ness to her With the aid of a civilian in a skiff he rescued her Brewster who is nowhome on shore leave is seaman first class at tached to the U S S Northampton He thinks nothing of his feat arid thinks he only did what any stron swimmer would have done His par ents are elated with the honor paid their son v PREDICTS ERA A R Grander County C Member of Poor Board Wi of C Head Addresses Media Business Men ill Direct Emergency Relief in County Mrs Elizabeth B Chevnev mom optmism Albert R Granger presi be of the Delaware County Poor dent of Delaware County Chamber poarcl eleven and onehalf years In an address brimming with BOX EXPLODES A mysterious box resembling a small storage battery found on a pump several months ago bytwo boys at Twin Oaks exploded while being handled by them last night in jurymg Uriwood Jones 17 Necro of Twin Oaks isJn fche ChesterHos x having suffered the loss of fhp He wantsto index finger and thumb of left hand and lacerations of the face He to the local hospital by mC tajVlOl J prove The independent offices bill con ining the limit of administration concessions on veterans compensation was tossed back to conference last Continued on Page Ten AGED DARBY COUPLE LfnrwSod INJURED BY AUTO Bewildered by the heavy traffic at Sixtyninth and Market streets Up per Darby James Rogers 79 and his wife Emma 78 of 107 Copley road Upper Darby stepped in front of an automobile at the intersection late ast night and were seriously injured Both are in Delaware County Hos his father who was attracted to shack near his home by the explosion u boy told pollce he decided to attach wires to the box to see if it light a small bulb Just as he made a contact with the wires the detonation knocked him senseless He companions Irving Smith WITH U S REPLY LONDON June United States reply to Britains offer for a partial payment on its 000 war debt instalment due tomor row was received this afternoon Washington dispatches indicated of Commerce and regional vice presi dent of the Philadelphia Electric Company last night urged Media business and professional men to organize to be prepared to profit by the new era of prosperity that is looming He spoke before a gathering of more than 100 men of Media in the Media club headquarters inaugur a campaign to increase the membership qf the Media Business Men s Association Officers and members of the association told of plans Media La draw new residents to the community and make the County Seat a business hub of the county Introduced by R Deane White president of the Media association Mr Granger said in part The zero hour of the depression is struck Great forces are at work m industry mining farming manu facturing cooperatingwith the gov ernment down at Washington and elsewhere to bring this country back from the depths of despair and the murk and gloom of the past few years to a position where we shall again be happy facing the future with such courage and confidence that the fears of yesterday will shortly appear as but a nightmare that has affected rich and poor alike Great corporations and individuals have has resigned from that body Mrs Cheyney has been appointed executive director of the Delaware County Emergency Relief Boardof Continued on Pajre Ten DAY OBSERVANCE Corpus Christi Day will be cele Stl Church Third street and Concord avenue to morrow with elaborate ceremonies Solemn mass at oclock will be gin the ceremonies and a noon mass will be sungat The evenings program will consist of vespers which will be followed by program in which all Italian so cieties in this city and vicinity will participate Several visiting clerics will be in attendance ameng them being the Rev Jerome Zazzara and Rev Rodger ODonncll of Mount Carmel Church of Altoona Rev Leo Meconi of the Church of the Immaculate Concep tion Marcus Hook and Rev A Angeline a former assistant ISLAYERS OF AGED TRAINER NEGRO GET L1JTETERMS One Is Convicted of First Degree Murder Com panion Pleads Guilty Testimony Discloses That Robbery Was Motive for Fatal Beating Late yesterday afternoon two Ne groes sentenced by Judge Al bert Dutton MacDade to life Impris onment in the Eastern Penitentiary fqr the murder of Anthony Allen 73yearold Negro who wns brutally beaten in his apartment on the Km estate Trainer on April 6 lust Ihc first Norman E Brooks 39 wits found Riiilty of murder in the first degree by the jury of five women and seven men who had been Riven the case by Judge MncDndc at oclock They returned their verdict about 445 oclock In the meantime Thomas Turmoil 0 arrested with Brooks hud been pmced on trial before a jurv com posed entirely of men with George Barton mechanic of East Luns downo acting as foreman After Brooks jury had announced 1U vcr Continued on Pace Ten MOST EVERTHING Superlative in more ways than one PRICE TWO CENTS READYTO RESUl PROBE VICE CONDITIONS Special U S Prosecutor Directs the Servingof Witness Subpoenas Embezzler Sentenced Says He Lost in Local Gambling Place With but a few hours remaining be fore the United States Government reopens its probe into corrupt con ditions in this county with Deputy IT S Marshals serving subpoenas on those involved and the declaration made yesterday by Joseph P Kear ney former postmaster of Wytirie hc tet gambling Warcl connected with the MRS ELIZABETH B CHEYNEY which J H Ward Hinkson is chair man and as such will bo in direct charge of stale relief work in this county Her resignation was ten dered lute yesterday The salary of the new position is per year Mrs Cheyney became a Director of the Poor on January 11022 and each time her term expired she had been reelected I M Heyburn president of the Continued on Pape Ten TWO INJURED IN WOODLYN CRASH John D Garosolos 5727 Baltimore avenue West Philadelphia and Henry Tyler of Chester were each held in S500 bail for further hearing Friday night by Magistrate Raymond Hood of Folsom following an accident at Kossuth avenue and MacDade boule vard Woodlyn when according to police of Ridley mobile driven by thf FLAG DAYBEING OBSERVED BY NATION Today Chester joined the rest o the nation in observing the 156th nn niyeraary of the adoption of the American flag by the Continents Congress Flags arc displayed from homes anc business houses rxnd in the schools patriotic exercises are being con ducted Tonight nl oclock Chestei Lodge No 4811 B P O E with Pcnns Grove Lodge No 1385 wil hold services in the Elks Home Fifth and Welsh streets during which he principal address will be delivered by Mayor William Ward Jr The nubile is Invited to attend these exer cises which were started a quarter century ago by the local organiza tion The services will be in charge of Exalted Ruler Herman A Bloom who will be assisted by Michael A Honan John C BoyleGeorge I McGoverri and John J Wright The history of the flag will be recited by Attorney Guy DePurla and the response will be given by Attorney Louis A Bloom The Invocation will be offered by William R Cochran past exalted ruler of Pcnns Grove Lodge The Grand Lodge or Elks and the various lodges of Virginia will broad cast apatriotic service over a national hookup this afternoon at oclock An address will be delivered by Grand Exalted Ruler Floyd E Thompson PREPARE TO OPEN PARK WADING POOL Hose crews of the Moyamensine Hook and Ladder be gan filling the childrens wading pool in Deshong Memorial Park for use I during the summer days A heavy line of hose was attached to the nrc hydrant located near Ninth street and Deshong Drive and the stream was allowed to ilov into the pool several hundred feet awny Park employees cleaned and scrubbed the pool lining on Saturday and gave the pool a coating of white paint The storm Monday evening washed earth into the pool and it was neces sary to again clean the inner surface Fire Chief Alexander Calhoun di rected the work of the fiemen today As soon as the pool has been filled with water plumbers will attach the sprinkler heads to the fountain pipes I f lm pool Having use again pond n n will fill a great need as the guards ana workmen in the park have been questioned continually of late by the children playing in the park when their favorite summer retreat again be available will HEART DISEASE ATTACK IS FATAL nn auto Philadelphian of f old MissneUy Spanker above J of vV ffor Me senior ut Whcalcm Collejre CC Norton Mass In the annual com mencement contest she was voted the prettiest and most popular graduate with the loveliest hnir and best dis position 3 Bandits Stage Daring Robbery in Upper Darby With Ten minutes time this morning cost the HagenbeekWaUaco circus now showing at Sixtythird and Mar ket streets Millboump the sum of This is the amount three masked bandits with drawn revolvers who forced way the cashiers cage about 850 oclock and took from Walter Reindeer who was awaiting the time for a bank in the neighborhood to open in order that he could deposit the money rep resenting the receipts for the per formances yesterday afternoon and last night Reindeer who is cashier of the circus had finished1 counting and putting the money in bundles of vari ous denominations and had placed the bank While he was seated in the cage which Is heavily screoned with iron guards the bandits who had evidently been watching Reindeer count the money stole quietly up to the door which had been left open and quickly entered Before Rein deer had opportunity to call for help he was covered by three guns In the hands of the bandits who wore masks and was told to keep quiet or forfeit his life One of the men quickly grabbed the bag containing the money and ran from the cage closely followed by his two The three ran to an automobile of the sedan type which was parked at the curb on Market street and started oft in the direction of Philadelphia UIU the morning mass A band the east lich an Italian band will concert i from Woodlyn Pappas 1013 Locust street riding in Saro car and William Chism of Woodlyn who was an occupant of the 1L fBv United Press pital suffering from cuts internal in the note proposed an uhiaue juries and shock The car was driven plan one cabinet officer describing by August Faraglia of Lancaster avelas a surprise cer nue Bryn Mawr AT CONNAUGHT PARK Raffles Chance Captains Girl Victorious Cloido Bainbridfe 19 NATIONS AGREE ON TARIFF TRUCE LONDON June Nine teen nations have signified their ad herence to the International Tariff lcm had been reached 1m Mrs Sadie S Smith Sixth street worthy Chester Chapter Order 513 was stricken with a heart attack last night while walking on Chester pike near Lincoln avenue with her grand daughter Frances Wilbank aged 10 assisted to the home of William Fnel nearby from where a nephew Horace Duke took her 16 robbery to several men employed in he circus grounds and they started n the direction of the car in which he bandits had intended making their escape Reindeer and the circus employes were halted by four shots flrcd from the bandits re volvers as the car picked up speed Besides sending a report of the over the teletype system De cctive Rioimfd Kelly of the Upper Darby police department was as signed to conduct an investigation According to Kelly the men were de as beingof foreign extraction ictwccn the ages of 25 and 30 years tnd all were well dressed In his opinion they are residents of Phila delphia WEATHER PREDICTED Fair and warmer is the prediction oday and tomorrow in eastern Penn ylvania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland j The highest temperature here yesi terday was 70 degrees at 445 p m and the lowest was 63 at 9 p m The average of 66 was five degrees below normal for the date but two degrees above the average June 13 last year Maximum temperature for the date established in 1902 and min Not States Attorney ra A Keyes who is directing tn inq rv mer r Judge George A guUty tog embe ii Government monev Say the fact Mayor Ward declared it was the Fourth Ward street whiM nis Double started in August lossrearlhhe Continued on Page Ten rfd wave Topics of Time King George spoke in when he addressed the worlo nomic conference Being as Local boys in thTcivilian Conserva thafc everything the Joseph Spanglcr 15 of Anncville TocfW ui unt oujepa lo Of A Eastern Star is representing the local Pa fell from a truck driven of tU t three daughters Y g Time Sorel Nosegay Vivian Pom fret Dew Varsity j Snn Flyingr Heels II Athlone i Lass Oregon Fir Martha Long Ham Weather clear track fast AT LINCOLN FIELDS Lore Ytfin Chagrin Dis tinct Essie Wcssie Peach Fairy Stone Georgia Lily Babec Miss Kid Double Shuffle Red Cinders Kitty Sue Chat Eagie Brave and Bold James surprise The note was submitted mediately to members of the cabinet who were understood to be satis fied i An optimistic feeling prevailed and it was generally believed after weeks of anxiety that a satisfactory tem porary solution to the vexing prob lem had been reached truce proposed by President RooVc The contents of the note will be t Prime Minister MacDonald told made public at 5 p m EDT Economic Confine i BOY mNJURElT BY AUTOMORILE eaut jo j tii iLujn a LI uutv urivtn DV chapter at the thirtyninth annual bcrt Sharp 2412 Federal street Mrs CnnusnHrr nf in i 7 AwtMr nn in the state t adclphia at Isabellc avenue and n at Connj Chester pike Glenolden yesterday More than afternoon Spanclcr wa iakrn flm chaPCcrs in Hospital was treated SGCLlnn nf in by Carrie Ritter of Collingdale ar Cora Saltz and Mrs Howard Prospect Park and three yonn Hardy arid Edward Wil ah of Prospect Park teSnSceedon of thc in CHANGE IS MADE arm e wa0 admitted LJQHT urged that the remain i L lons acceptthe truceby Sat Donna to permit official announce ment of unanimous agreement BORIS KENyojTTO WED HOLLYWOOD Doris Kenyon actress and singer and widow of Milton Sills was to be mar ned today to Arthur Hopkins Syra cuse N Y real estate broker in the garden of Miss Kenyon s home The couple plans a honeymoon by automo bile in Northern California Weather clear track fast BAND CONCERT POSTPONED Edwin T McCormick conductor and instructor of the Y V C A Municipal Boys Band found it necessary to postpone the first con cert of the band vrhich was to have been given this evening June 25 has A boy whose name is recorded by police as Bobby Rein six of 1147 Spruce street was injured when he was struck by an automobile at Ninth and Crosby streets yesterday after noon He was admitted to the Ches ter Hospital with leg injuries The child was struck by a car op erated by Samuel Staskln 609 East Twentyfirst street who was traveling Chester Boys Are Pleased With Forest Camp Life Elmer Weigand of the city elec lafi biarcauyesterday completed installation of a new type of manual control box for the traffic semaphore at Twentieth street and Providcnce The Chester Relief Association act with the and Family been doing for the welfare of my sing in conj family I regret that it is not in mv avenue Por several child to the hospital and later re ported the accident to police kin was not arrested TREASURY BALANCE Stas been chossn as the new date for the WASHINGTON June The Treasury net balance for June 12 was Expenditures that day were 51719388313 Custom receipts for the month through June 1 12 were Relief Board they come royart boys are located in and soul Pennsylvania State Camp No 130 at Thc bovs are ehfchusiasHr It isSdlanTthee about ln san pre i boys plenty of it according to the reporte reforestration work of Seconds and thirds ar President Franklin D Roosevelt have them and appreciation all the peacetime soldiers seeming well pleased with conditions in the camps A sample of the letters received is shown in thc following from one written by Louis Di Nicola I have much and pray thc good God that you may be recom pensed with health and success in your good work I appreciate and am also grateful for what one of the corps the ones who go for the extra rations are always the little fellows while the big boys are satis fied with the first Three meals a day are served at regular periods The work consists of cutting sods carrying railroad tics cleaning ditches chopping or sawing trees raking up leaves and drilling are allowed from 10 to 30 minutes Continued on Page Ten months an officer cither of the patrol squad or of the traffic division has been on duty at the intersection during the morning and late afternoon rush hours to guard against traffic violations at thc intersection A short time ago a light similar to that being used at BY CITY COUNCIL A brief session of City Council was held yesterday afternoon with Mayor Wiiliam Ward Jr presiding Ordinances Nos 13 14 15 and 19 pertaining to the new sewer system has assessed at their face value capitol at Washington the House the were about even In view of the brand of weather weve been having here its ng aviator was in such a hurry to get backjrom Siberia Apparently that Hollywood When Ordinances Nos 13 14 15 and 19 actOr who says When it comes pertaming to the new sewer system actresses should be linirpH introduced by Councilman George j to accor husbands completely owr WllnfOT nnrn T flNQ tl j Cl Hunter were passed on second and the fact that at the rate final readings actresses marry Reports from the various city deicnou5h actor husbands to co partmcnts were read the report of the building inspector showing that building in this city has decreased over last year GARAGE DESTROYED toSy3 r Italy cafcc that Premier Mussolini Ls at last Twentieth street was removed Jrom I the rear of th home of the Twentysecond street and Provij Knight 227 Kedron is aH stirred as to how high the fences should oc a proposed beach for nude sunbathers Well just how nigh are the neighbors stepladders cfYcct better regulation of traffic SUCCESSFCJL FISHERMEN Joseph JefTeris wellknown Chester sportsman and supervisor of janitors of the school district and Henry Nelson two oldtime disciples of Izaak Walton spent a recent afternoon with a party of friends fishing in the Dela ware Bay opposite Bowers Beach Del They were rewarded with a catch of 30 croakers and three drum fish the largest of the latter weigh ing 50 pounds and the smaller ones 40 pounds each avenue aVnUC Ridley The fire was discovered at 140 o clock and despite efforts of firemen from Holmes Polsom and Morton the garage and two automobiles asetran and a roadster were completely de stroyed An estimate of the amount of fire damage could not be obtained ADDRESSES GRADUATES Bishop Francis M Taitt head of the Protestant Episcopal Diocese of Pennsylvania yesterday presented di plomas to 16 members of the Mont gomery School Wynnewood He also deliveredthe address to the class Weather June TheNveather forecast Eastern Pennsylvania and New tonigrhtThursday fair slowly risingtemperature Western to night Thursday fair and warmer TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a mi 60 11 a m 64 7 a m I 62 Noon 65 8 a m63 l p m 66 9 a m 64 2 p m 66 10 a m61   

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