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Publication: Chester Times June 14, 1933

Chester Times (Newspaper) - June 14, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID ( IIH l l. MION POR I w EIA E IONT.:S. ENDING DECEMBER ll, 1^32 20,328 FINAL EDITION it if it * With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH YEAR—NO. 17.610. HULL ADDRESSES PARLEY; WARNS SELFISH GROUPS V. S. Secretary Says Obstructionists' Profits Will He Hut Temporary Tach Nation Must Help Itself Domestically as Roosevelt Is Doing Dr.;. Is'*'*?ti Wit# Report* of rutted pre** (UPI and Internationa; New* venice tINSt SCHMELING WINS! [[ $ ({KADV WITH NEW PROPOSAL ON W AR OERTS CHESTER. PA., WE DX HS MAY, JENE ll. lire. ON TRIAL IN McMATH KIDNAPING PRICE, TWO CENTS I'J. S. Proposals As Outlined By Sec. Hull LONDON. June 14—I Cpi—Secretary of Male Hull, declaring thr % merit an delegation would offer concrete suggestions regarding ail problem* before the World Kin-nomic Conference, in hi* speech today outlined some of I he proposed remedies as follow* 1—Banishment of “narrow and self defeating selfishness'' of the economic isolationists. 2— Realization of the need for united action. 3—Immediate agreement of the participating nations to a world tariff truce. I—C essation of the erection of trade barriers "with their excesses, rank discriminations and hate-breeding reprisals and retaliations'*. 5— Removal of all excesses in the tonstruttion of trade barrier* ii—Abandonment of all unfair trade methods and practiies. 7—Simultaneous efforts by the nations to stimulate employment and restore industry. ii—Formulation of the proper function of gold and silver in the operation of an international monetarv standard, Ii—Adoption of mrans to remove restrictions from foreign exchange dealings. Reply i*h Plan Is Drafted Partial to Brit-[*a.\ mcnt Secretary of Hoper Sa> s Has ‘I nicjue' * WASHINGTON J A member of Presa c(bluet forecast a sn proposal by the P United State* reply to partial payment offer ( ommerce President Scheme t -tup Re •id# ut toil re pared for ti an n Secretary of C a White Hoi morning, toll bident later t 'n lei this morning, told n Pi a unique" plan of d One that will lr a He gave no hint o tin* proposal and 1 whether it would be < answer to the Brit <»rh -r members of th* ma int inned secrecy It was believed that est note, ?' ceived rester off en fi partial pax rn* ut 950,000 instalment due t " xx ar dt bt todav The at Britain* being pre-Iondon Roper, af-* nee early Kuni n the id advance itlem* ut -urp:ise.M j lire cl not .« lined in ti note administt all f Ut a OUI ■on of sax the Au on B: Pain day. not of >hc oi nor t i ox suggested another he whole question of debt led to cong. st urn that forecast bx Ropei might laten! v $75 - , but tile This SLAYERS OF AGED most everting READY TO RESUME TRAINER NEGRO GET LIFE TERMS One K Convicted of I irst Degree Murder; Com-panion Pleads Guilt) Di se loses That \\ as Meat iv e for cst jiminy Hi Ollie r > Fatal Heating n Min K fe impi: intent la my Aile i the K< PROBE OF COUNTY VICE Special I . S. Prosecutor Directs the Serving of Witness Subpoenas Embezzler, Sentenced, Says He List $ 19,000 in Local ti ambling Place v* ing be-rnmrnt it con Mi ions in h is cox int >, *,< ith Deputy V fi. Mars . * ..s serving #u bp'-ienas on th o#> invol ved. and the declar it iou rn ide yesti ran v by Josep h O Le w ii r, K^ar* li; vnng on levi* ton, the .surprise :' la 11' to the Miss Army Ortdra (above), one of Germany's    most    beautiful    film a* tresses. Hill be* ome the bride of Max Schmeling, former world heavyweight champion, in July, .Max announced on the eve of his departure from New l'ork for hi* homeland. LONDON, June 14—(UP* -Cordell Hull, American secretary of state, solemnly warned the World Economic Conference today against selfish ob •ruction of the confer* nee work In his eagerly awaited keynote speech on behalf of the United States. Hull said if anv nation obstruct* the conference with "a short-sighted notion that some of its favored local interests 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 nationalism as practiced since the war. “The cherished id' a of the extreme txpe of isolationist 'ha' each nation singly tan by bootstrap methods lift itself out of ’he trouble that surround* it. has proved fruitless,” he continued. Eirii nation Hull said mu t help itself domestically as President Roosevelt ch doing, but this must be 1 supplemented by international action International trade he .said. has been strangled from more than $50.-000,000.000 the amount it should be according to pre-war rat* of growth.; to less than $15,000,000,000, Each country proposes to sell, not buy," he added. The crisis in world economic conditions makes restoration of the gold standard “absolutely impossible,’ Neville Chamberlain, Chancellor of the Exchequer and head of the British delegation, told the conference tori ay. Chamberlain followed tlie example sr:, yest‘Thin by his chief Prime Minister Ramsay MacDonald, and brought up the supposedly taboo subject of war debts. • War debts are not within the scope of this conference," he declared, “but their settlement is essential if other problems arc to be solved" Chamberlain outlined British goals at the conference as: I Recovery of world prices. 2. Greater stability of currencies 3. Abolition of restrictions on international exchange. Chamberlain said that before Great Britain could consider returning to hic gold standard, these conditions would have to be established 1 A higher general level of wholesale prices. 2 Adjustment of the factors which caused a breakdown of ihe gold standard. 3, Administration of the gold standard sn such a way that wide fluctuations in the value of gold were pre-vented He offered several proposals to effect restoration of the price level, “It cannot be accomplished bv monetary policy alone.- ne said. “There must be a removal of trade barriers There must be not only cessation of tariff increases, but a reduction ot dunes." Chamberlain left no doubt that he favored return to the gold .standard EIGHT ON VETS’ BILL GOES BACK TO THE HOUSE ( on ft* it cs Disagree on Senate Amendments Raising Appropriations a .Million Upper Branch in Brief Session; Agree tin Deficient) Hill Up fcir Passage WASHINGTON. June 14- * UPI— J Tin dispute over veterans* appropriations, sole remaining hurdle in the. fight tor congressional adjournment, was thrown back to the House today. Ho us* conferees disagreed on the Senate Black Amendment to the independent office* bill, raising veterans appropriations bv $1,000,000, The Senate met at ll a. rn., and adjourned imrrudiatelv until 11 30 becalm* no business was pending Conferees, meantime, had agreed on the fourth deficiency bill which is scheduled tor final pa* age before the vet-* ran* dispute is brought to a ahow-dou n. The extraordinary session of Congress appears to be on tile verge of adjournment although bitter debate may prolong a far into tonight or possibly even until the end of the week. Speedy enactment yesterday of the industry control bill and Hie Glass bank reform measure demonstrated the eagerness of most mbers to quit and go home But an old-time political shindig, reminiscent of the Hoover adminstration'.* battles with an uncontrollable congress, is rising around Mr. Roosevelt. H** wants to trim more millions of dollars from the compensation of war veterans than the Senate is prepared lo approve. The independent offices bill containing ’he limit of administration concessions on veterans compensation was tossed back to conference last general debt pioblem rather than to immediate payments, the sum of $143,605,294 is due Horn 13 nations. Roper s hint of important development* was expected to intensify the desire of some members of Congress to prolong Hie session until debt negotiations are brought into the open Some already have been anxious to stay in session at least until it was seen how much was (Mid of tom or- _ row’s instalment As to the British suggestion of partial payment, belief prevailed here and In London that Mr Roosevelt regarded it favorably. Well-informed quarters reported that the offer was for about IO per cent in earlier formal communications between Lon- Kenneth Rack left' ,m*l Barnstable, Ma** a* tin % old Peggy Mr .Mat Ii and holding her pit ransom. Bet ween them stands Sheriff I olio r. hi* brother. I xrii right), went on trial on the chan OM I foil! N t fork 20 pin poi F dm Bn ruin had are pi* lured in court at * of kidnaping IO Mardi v* until paid SKO.OOO r in the regalia of hi* PREDICTS ERA OK PROSPERITY C ontinued on Page fen •FLAG DAV BEING OBSERVED BN NATION A. IL Granger, of ii Head, Media Busine? ( ount> ( Add russe ■ s Men CHEYNEY RESIGNS POST Membered Poor Board Will Direel Enter; enc) Relief W ork in County Continued on Page Ten CHESTER BOY GIVEN AWARD FOR IIH AVERY busine The bravery of an Eighth ward youth, xx Ii*' J* .serving an enlistment in the United States Navy, ha.* be* n recognized by high naval official.*, who have recommended him for a life-saving medal. The youth I* John D. Brewster, son of Mr and Mrs, Brewster, 314 Pennell street He was commended yesterday bv Secretary of the Navy Swanson for tile r ere ne of a woman from the lex waters of the Anarcotin river. Washington, on the night of February 23 The secretary abo recommended the young sailor to the secretary f the treasury for award of a life-say in* medal Brewsters attention was attracted by screams of a woman on the night of the heroic rescue h* dived into tin water and, guided by her cries, swam through th*' darkness to her. With th*- aid of a civilian in a skiff he rescued her. Brewster, who is now home on a shore leave, is seaman, first class, at* taclied to the U S. 8 Northampton He thinks nothing of his feat and thinks he only did what anv strong swimmer would have done His parent.* are elated with the honor paid their son « bi R ( C i regio gathering of Media, in Hie prs, inaugurator' * <• the »dia Buxines In an addict optimism, Albert dent of Delft war of Commerce and dent of Hi* I" iliad* I Company, last night and prof cask organize, to be prep;* by the new era Of pro? looming. He spoke before a more than loo men of Media club headquart ating a campaign to membership of the Mi Mens Association. Officers and members of the association told oI plans to "boost' Media to draw new residents to the con,comity end to make the Couni) Beat a business hub of th*! 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 force* ai- at work in industry, mining, farming, manufacturing cooperating with tile government down .it Washington and elsewhere to bring this country back from (he depths of dr pair and the murk and gloom of the past few years, to a position where we shall ugli in be happx facing th? future with sinh courage and confidence that the fears of yesterday will shortly appear as but a dream » nightmare that ha* affected rich and poor alike Great corporations and individuals have M 1*5 I bz .tx til I! ( s* '. n* v a mein - til.- I Mn wan • County Poor for * ii x < n tmd • au -l aif xears. signed ti<*ni th a? body. Mrs. < h* viK v has been appointed Vi* dii« ct or of the l> I. xx are Today th* nation IIH * I la t'V (if American fi < ’"Ug! • ' S. Flags a re d business hon pat riot ic * x* ducted Tonight, a I odgc lh lins Grove hold Se: x I ch I ’if th and \\ el I he prinelp I i \\ Chester joined the re in observing the 156th of th*' adoption of flay by the Confine I* rn*1 BOX EXPLODES; DOV IS MAIMED CORPUS DAV Continued on Page Im CHRISTI OBSERVANCE Continued on Page Ten AGED DARBY COGHLE LYU RED BY Al TO the heavy traffic fit market streets Continued on Page Ten HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (Bf I’nltfd Pres*) AT < ONN YI GUT P VKK 1—Opitcal, Raffles ( hance, I apt (ins Girl, Victorious, ( loido, Bainbridge. 2—— None.) 3— None.) 4— • None.) 5—Agnes Sorel. Nosegay, Donna Vivian, Pomfret. 6—Foggy Dew. Vanity 7—Fair Sun. Flying Heels II, Athlone I.a*s, Oregon fir, .Martha Long, Ham. Weather, clear; track, fa*t. AT LINC OLN FIELDS 1—Hidden Lore, Ytfin, ( hagrin, Distinct. Essie Wessie. 2—Sweet Pea* h, fairy Stone, Georgia Lily, Bahee, Mi*s Kid, Double shuffle, Red < inder*. Kitty *uc 3—Skidmore, ( hat Eagle, Brave ann Boid. 4—Da\ oc. 5—Whir* James. 6— None 7—Galahad. g— None), Weather clear, track fast. Bewildered by Six*.\ -;    Si    »*•:*':    Up per Darby. James Rogers. 79. and his wife, Emma. 78. of IOT Copley road, Upper Darby, stepped in front cf an automob)I* at the intersection late last night and were seriously injured Both arc in Delaware County Hospital. suffering from cuts internal injuries and shock The car was driven by August Faragha, of Lancaster avenue, Bry n Mawr. 19 N ATIONS AGREE ON TARIFF TRUCE LONDON June 14 -(INS) Nineteen nations have signified their adherence to the International Tariff truce proposed by President Roosevelt Prime Minister MacDon Id 'old ’he World Economic Conference today. MacDonald urged that the remaining nations accept the truce by Saturday rn permit official announcement of unanimous agreement DORIS KENYON TO WED HOLLYWOOD June 14 UP — Doris Kenyon, actress and singer and 1 :ri< w of Milton Sills, was to be marred today to Arthur Hopkins, Syracuse N Y , real estate broker, in (he garden of Miss Kenyon’s home The couple plans a honeymoon by automobile m Northern California. BAND CONC ERT POSTPONED Edwin T McCormick, conductor and instructor of the Y M. C A Municipal Boys’ Band, has found it necessary to p' *tpone the first con-cert of the band, which was to have been given this evening. Junn 25 has b°en chosen as the new date for the concert.    i A mysterious box. resembling a small storage battery, found on a dump several months ago bv two boys at Twin Oaks, exploded while being handled by them last night, in-Jurying Linwood Jones, 17, Negro. of Twin Oaks.• The victim is in the Chester Hos-ptal, having suffered the loss of the index finger and thumb of his left hand and laceration* of the face He was taken to the local hospital bv his father, who was attracted to a shack near his home by the explosion. The bov told police he decided to attach wires to Hie box to see if it would light a small bulb Just as he made a contact with the wires the detonation knocked him senseless. H< was given the box by two companions. Dominic Bruni and Irving Smith both of Linwood BRITISH PI,EASED WITH U. S. REPLY LONDON, June 14 fUP»- The United States reply to Britain's offer for a partial payment on its $75,950,-000 war debt instalment due tomorrow was received this afternoon. •Washington dispatches indicated the note proposed an "unique" debt plan, one cabinet officer describing it as “ a surprise The nom was submitted immediately to members of the cabinet, who were understood to be satisfied. An optimistic feeling prevailed, and it was generally believed after weeks of anxiety, thai a satisfactory temporary .solution to * he vexing problem had been reached. The contents of the note will be made public at 5 p rn. EDT. Corpus Christi Day will be celebrated in fit Anthony's Church Third street and Concord avenin tomorrow. With elaborate ceremnnlr: Solemn mass at 8 30 e * lock. will begin tile ceremonies and a noon mass will be sung at 12 05. The evenings program “ill consist of vespers, which will be followed by a program in which all Italian societies in this city and vicinity will participate Several visiting clerics will b<* in tendance anion tin in being 'ii Rev Jerome Zaz/.n. and Rev. Rodger O'Donnell, cf Moi.ut Ca;rn* J Church. of Altoona Rev Leo Moroni, of the Church ol '.‘a In,!!,,i . ii Cl,in j, Hot, Marc;. lit * k and Rev A Angeline, i form a assistant rector of St. Anthony who xviii preach 'h< sermon at the morning mass A band stand ha be n erected m, the east side of th° church from which an Italian band will give & concert from 8 30 until lip m REPRESENTS LCM VI, < UAPH It Mrs, Sadie S Smith, of 518 ’.V t Sixth street worth v matron ol Chester Chapter Order of tin Eastern Star, is r< pre." nting the local chapt# r at the thirty-ninth annual Convention of th# ordVi in the stat.* of Pennsylvania, in session at Conneaut Lake Park, Pa More than afternoon 4000 representative.* from chapters in ’I ax ior Hosp. every .section of th# cat# are in af- for abrasion? tendance.    arm He wa* bv M (Vol public ta im cl ca. w filch < <nl ny ago by t ion I ne .services •» Ex.ct d Ruler IL will la* assisted ti John c Boyle, # plaxiii from indues and i ■ and sn tlie schools ■* tees are being eon- t 8.45 o'clock, Chester VU B. P. O F, with 1 lardy* N<> I JAX will * in the Elks’ Home, tail ti reels, dor tug which add! * ss will be delivered Ham Ward, Jr 'I he I to at lend I ii* se exec-< re started a quarter x tin* local organ!/.*- Mipnblup in more wats than one is VII** Brit? Spangler I above I, of Bangor, Vie- senior .it Wheaton College, Norton Vias*. In the annual rommel!* mien! contest she was voted the prettiest and most popular graduate with Ihe loveliest hair and hest disposition. CIRCUS CASHIER HOLDUP VICTIM -I Bandits St hup Daring Robber) in I pper Darby Escape W it Ii ST 1.70 nry, form w(Kid thai in the • f Club." tin? gripped rn 11; • 11 ( W ill ti Cl". VV: ne; ny today tIona are that yawning for many, wfi connected with (lie ra d* p. * Vici Nut a !*• ably serve tune for th pawnor;? of income tax K* arn* y. it us rxpe< called before (he Frder morrow when they nu the dire* tton of Kpci Unfed Rf ales Attorney A Krvr.s, Wile us direct!! lh* former p<xiimai tented to nerve three Federal Penitentiary a; OOO by Federal Judge < p when he pleaded guilty I he ted. w iii bd ii juror' torn vine under sa I Aas tat ant (»( net a1 diet g the tnquiiv, I WA.* .’ i ■ JI - years in tho d fined sin. urge A Welsh to embezzle- t ii H, ■Ii til iiImu k - WaI • Sui v-1 Im ii Hxi ti i iv s the amour i, w ith di awn their wax about 8 50 o’c Re I tide* t morning • circuli, md M il -.sum of t three revolvers into the lin k and who was Government money, claims ii*’ “lost on horses sable? in the Fourth Ward Club ' av the fact that Kearney cml* ’/laments in August, in.* story that he lose * Sub he mention*d, rd for ileal iy three ill be in ( barge of •man t Bloom, who Michael A Honan. I* "t Re I Mi * love! u .* bank in the , iii order that • money bu til aftci hoc *p- ,md ( ammu* d on I* and John J Weight ’lh*" history of Hie Mag will bi* rented by Attorney Guv De Fur ta and tin* response will be given I tv Attorney Louis A Bloom. live invocation Will be offered by William if Cochran past exalted ruler of Penns Grove Lodge, Tile Grand Lodge of Elk* and the various lodge* of Virginia wiil broad-east a patriotic service over a national hook-up this afternoon at 3 15 o'clock An address will be delivered bv Grand Exalta d Ruler Floyd E Thompson •REP XKE TO OPEN PARK W ADING POOL Hoc* Clews of the Moynmrnsing Hook and Ladder Company, today began filling tile children'll wading pool in f >r* ho rig Memorial Park, for use Muting iii* aummci da vs, heavy fin** of hose waft ft ti ached ie file hydrant located near Nim ii t and II* shong Drive and the tit WU* allowed to flow into tile " vein! hundred fe* I away Park it vet s cleaned and scrubbed tile I lining on Saturday and gov*' IM***! a * oat jug of whit** paint • storm Monday livening washed • ii bl to Hie IKM ll and It Was tares-/ to again clean th*' inn* i gut face chief Alexander Calhoun died til** work of th** Hemen t*»*iaj soon aa the pool hag ber n fill# wafer, plumbers will attach th icier hearts to the fountain nip* TWO I NII RED WOODLYN ti**' center of the pool Hie wading {Kind ready for us Will (iii a great need. as lh* and workmen in the park ha questioned continually of late ehilrii< ti playing in th*- park their favonfe summer re f r * again be available Mavin G* < n r tile af wii now show ing u j kl t streets ,Y : $71 .0 JhtS ma keel bandit who fenc« ii cashier’s * age took from Walter awaiting tin* time lor neighborhood to open he could depoelt tin resenting the receipts forma un s yester day la t night. Reindeer, who is cashier of (he circus, had finished count mg and putting th*- money in bundle* of various denominations and had placed ail in a bug pending the opening of Iii*’ bank While he was seated in the ' age whii ii is heavily f retted wl'li iron guard®, the bandits, xx ho had evidently been watching Reindeer count the money, stole quietly up to the door, which had been left often, and quickly entered. Before Rcin-dcei had opportunity lo call tor help, he was covered bv three guns, in the hands of the bandits, who wore masks, and w >s told to keep quiet or lot I* ll his hi*' One of the men quickly grabbed tile bag containing til*' money and ran from the cage, closely followed bv his two companions. The three ran to an automobile of the .sedan type, winch was parked st the curb on Market street and started off in the direction of Philadelphia. Reindeer lost no time reporting the robbery rn several men employed in th*- circus grounds and they started iii lh** direction of th** tai in which ’he bandits had intended making their rara po Reindeer and the circus employes were halted bv four shots, fired from Hie bandits’ revolvers Its the cur picked up .‘peed lea sending a report of the v over th*' teletype «,xst«*n Dr RU hard Kelly, of ti police department, to conduct an line mg to Kelly, Hi*- men were *|* a? being of foreign extraction ment of which bt and et ap, it* publican Officiate * started hb 1932, disproves Hie money in t he a.s it has been ck j ca is Mayor Ward ordered an invest (ga* Hon into the club activities las? Or. lob* i Af tile request of Attorney i ml hi    Rankin. Captain Charles '    " toited the place with His ai or nry and found it vacant, although there was evidence that it had st one time been in operation, When told about Kearney's story Mayor Wind declared:    “it    might have been possible that the man lost lls money in one of two oth-r clubs which were closed later 0L,hrsf' ua Fourth Ward Athletic C lub, on Sixth street, winch Closed following a raid by state police and another club on Sixth street! near Wall street, which had no name. whir h was also closed by police '* lh** convicted ex-postmaster said nu trouble started in August. 1932, w hen he lost ii mo in government funds he was raking lo a bank. Afraid o I' port the loss, fearing he might Continued on Fsge Tm DECIDED (HANGE IN THE WEATHER Topcoats and wraps d« tire thus morning es tumbled to 60 degree cooler than the high 'ast Saturday and i he degrees lower than 'hat gripp'd this an dax.s during the recant The sudden change were in evl-the mercury * 38 degrees temperature of approximately 30 average heat t for several hot wave, la-st evening B* sent housewives scurrying to bring on, blankets mid comforts that had been put away in moth bails last •fk. Ihe forecast for today ta fair andf not quite so r*K>j st being considered ideal weather bv those Hi*- reaction from the rid Wave. enjoying ■weltering tar ted! vi Darby ign* d A* cord sc rib* <i it I gat it ar j I epics of J i mes Ti L* tween and all opinion, delphi*. • he ages of 25 and SU years w#re well dreared Ii* bu they are residents of Biola HEART DISEASE ATTACK IS FATAL FAIR AND XX XRMER XX FATHER BREDI! TEI) Ikiiig pictures have bean recoin- mended for women prisoners iii IT'VJ*11*- lryiim to *iVP em a ult of their own medicine, eh? George spoke in Freni h when he addressed th#- worlds economic conference Being as he speaks I ondon English we must him f**r tm* at* p cong rat uia a of s an or (■ I punt of th* red in the collision to Taylor Hospital, held for oh’ i va*ion IO of I YELK Cli OM I IG < K Ji IL . b-rt ade Che ra Jill fell Sh* tibia lier from ji 2ti pike :;* r is. of , truck dm t E* dc raj st Im*h* Ile av (Denoldf n, pangler sr aa ii, v in I * In v of th'* face, admit ted. Almaville, 11, bv AI -reft. Philol ne and ye ie:day taken to ■a: treated hand and BDV IS IN I I HLD BY AUTOMOBILE Chester Boys A re Pleased With Forest Camp Life .Sal ah Wilbitnk, 69 yes; J .ii;* oil) avenue, Pro jt* cf I* long l* adenf of that bour ne K* n with a heart attack while walking on Chester j near Lincoln avenue, with her gra daughter Franc*' Wlibmik, aged She WILS assisted to the limn*-William Fuel, nearby from wher nephew Horace Duke took her Taylor If**’ pit al She died before hospital could he reached. Mrs Wilbank Is survived bv bul band, William; three da ag* ter" Mrs Carrie Hitter, of Collingdale, Mr Cora Salt* iud Mi Hoxvard Maher of Prospect Park, and three sons, John, Hardy and Edward Wil-bank, all of Prospect Paik ( HANGE IS MADE TO TRAFFIC LIGHT Elmer Wejgand. of the my <!**<*-La ai bureau, vc '••rdaV ('    J., a. cl ; installation of a new type of manual control box for the traffic emaphore t od* Mar I f rdi and 94 is the prediction in ca tern Pi nn-y, Delaware ii ad r J),. it and warmer t and tomorrow ilia, New Jena land i highest temperature here yes -v was, 70 dcgre-'s, at 44, p m ( he lowest was 63, a* 9 p rn Tin ye of 66 wa. five degrees below a1 for the date but two degrees ■ the average June 13 mum temperature tm 1 ta blkshrd In 1902, rn 50 in 1907 innse today wa at 5 31 * will be at 8 31 p u light Saving Time Lo Hon kit! but ii 1 toys bv the Civilian Conferva-tarps write to tell ^ that tho out have everything they A ti" hand •die and thread. SUK 1 Max brilliant ted a fax he thinks it d at their face emigre man h a on powder puffs. would pay ,f x slue. last year. the date and nun- a rn an*) . Eastern In capitol at the House BRIEF SESSION HELD BY CITY COLN! II A brief • • k«KU) of City Council was iv Id yesterday afternoon, with Mayor William Ward Jr., presiding. Ordinance* Now. 13, 14 15 and 19, pertaining to the new sewer swam introduced by Councilman George J Hunter, were passed on second and final reading? Reports from pa f! is* lits were Thermometer testis Washington showed chamber was two degrees warm* r than that of the Senate, which vents to indicate that the House has the most hot air although we had alway* believed the honors were about even. In view of the brand of weather weje been having here, ifs hard to understand why Jimmy Ma’tern, that globe-girdling aviator, was in such a hurry to get back from Siberia. Apparently, that Hollyxx* actor who says "When it A boy, whose name ta recorded by police ar Bobby Rein. ax, of 1147 Spruce street, was injured when he was truck by an automobile at Ninth and Crosby streets, yesterday afternoon. He was admitted to th#* Chester Hospnal with leg injuries The child was struck by a *ar operated bv Samuel 8 task in. 609 East Twenty-first street, who was traveling west on Ninth street He removed the child to the hospi’al and later reported the accident to police S*as-km was not arrested. TREASURY BYL ANI L WASHINGTON. Jure 14 -UP — The Treasury net balance for June 12 was $276,250 638 01 Expenditures that day were $17 193 383 13. Custom receipts for the month through June 12 were $8,649,093 79. The Chestrg Relief rd Family Welfare Association acting in conjunction with the Delaware County Relief Board, ha:, sent approximate.v 250 boys to th - Civilian Conserxation Corps of the United Stat/. 'It. majority of these boys are located n Pennsylvania State Camp, No 130 at Smnamahoning, Cameron county Thane in charge of sending the boy away in this reforestation work of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, have been receiving letters of appreciation all the peace-time soldiers seeming well pleased with conditions rn the camps A J ample of the letters received ta shown in the follow,ag from on* written by Louis DI Nicola “I haxe a eked much and pray th good God that you may be recompensed with health and success in your good work. I appreve’#* and am also grateful, for what you ha,® bf for t h we nor of my iii a 1 y s rn a these a.u re hr art about doing family I J<gre pow*'r to (.ho* my grateful}!* L tux way. Insignificant a' words rnny f.nt in on paper, I you that they come from tic and soul " J he boys are enthusiastic the food It ta good and there is plenty of it. according to the reports. Seconds and thirds are served to them and “strangely enough’* said one of the corps, “the ones who go for the extra rations are always Hie little fellows, while the big boys are satisfied with the first." Three m**ate a day are served at regular pe riods. The work consists of cutting sods, carrying railroad ties. cleaning ditch#? chopping or .sawing trees raking up Laves and drilling, TTt'V are allowed from IO to 35 minute-, ( ont»nu#jd (JU Page Ten at Twentieth avenue for several moi either of the patrol 'raffle di vision, ta the intersection dor and late afternoon guard against ti af!;*: intersection. A light similar t#j the various city de• read. (if#- i# port of street and Pf' IGI dence oe*or 1 on nu ng the mo rush hour violations <* short tun that being aer, th* * at sing to I’ the tgo a eh at Twentieth street was removed from the Twenty-second street and Providence avenue int# eve* Hon to effect better regulation of I raffle. st ( ( I SSI I I FISHER VI FN Joseph Jefferis w* l!-known Chester sportsman and supervisor of janitors of the school district, and Henry Nelson, two old-time disciples of Ixaak Walton, spent a recent afternoon with a party of friends lushing in the Delaware Bay opposite Bowers Beach, Del. I hey were rewarded with a catch of 80 croakers and three drum fish, the largest of the latter weighing 50 pounds and the smaller ones 40 pounds each. the building inspector showing that building in Hite <,:y has decreased over last year. marriage, actresses should ti*’ Ii to actor husbands" completely a Ok.s the fact that at the rate 1 actresses marry there wouidn enough actor husbands to go ar Reports from Italy seem to cate that Premier Mussolini t- a riding for a fall. He ha* Hike motorcyt ling. od mo wa comes 1 o Cl un cl. up RIDLEY TOW NSH IP GARAGE DESTROYED Fire of undetermined origin early today destroyed a two car garage in the rear of Hi* home of Turner Knight. 227 Kidron avenue, Faraday Park, sn Ridley township. The fire was discovered at I 40 o’clock and despite efforts of firemen from Holmes, Folsom and Morion the garage and two automobiles, a sedan and a roadster, were completely de-s'rovf d An estimate of the amount : of lire damage could not b* obtained ADDRESSES GRADUATES Bishop Francis M TaitL head of, the Protestant Episcopal Diocese of Penney Iva inla, yesterday presented diplomas to 16 members of the Mont-, gomery School. Wynnewood. He also ‘delivered the address to the claes, * Chicago park board ta a1! stirred up as to how high the fences should b#’ around * proposed beach for nude •nm-balhers. .    .    . Well, just ho V high are the ii* bibbons' st p-ladders? I he Weather J Y\ YERINGTON, lune ll—(ITI — The weather forecast: I astern Pemn?ixama and New I rxey—Fair tonight: Thursday fair aloft I) rising temperature. Western Pennsylvania—Fair tonight Thursday fair and warmer. TODA VS TEMPER ATI RES 6 a. rn. ... ...60 ll a in. .... 64 7 a. m. ... ...62 Noon .... 65 8 a. rn, ... ...63 I P* rn. .... 66 9 a. rn. ... ...64 2 p. rn. .... ma IO a. rn. .. ;

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Publication: Chester Times

Location: Chester, Pennsylvania

Issue Date: June 14, 1933