Chester Times, June 16, 1933

Chester Times

June 16, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - June 16, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR n\F!,VK ION TISS, ENDING DECEMBER ti, 1932 20,328 FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ★ With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH YEAR—NO. 17,621. v I    Wire    Repor*«    rf United Pre-* I'P' and Internal ion* I New* Service rINS) CHESTER. PA.. FHI im, ii NI IO, IO',:; TWENTY PAGES PRICE, TWO CENTS ii 99 E VI DENCE AMAZING SAYS U. S. OFFICIAL ON COUNTY PROBE Special Prosecutor Keyes Driving at Revela-tions of Collection System Former Boot-leggers on Hand to Tell What I hey Know of ^Protection System" Sykes Again on Witness Stand "Mexican Joe" Rumler Takes Stand, After Sykes Other Convicted Officials Present to Give Testimony Indictments Loom.' With Trials to Be Conducted Soon Afterwards With former Constable I). Harvey Sykes again on lh* | stand in the Federal Building, Philadelphia, where Special Deputy Attorney General Chet A. Keyes is probing Kraft, rum, dope and vice conditions of Delaware county, th*- Government this morning secured intimate details of official corruption, it was indicated at the noon recess, “The evidence so far has been most amazing and far beyond what we anticipat*d,” said one of the investigating officials h< he emerged from th*1 Grand Jury room at 12.30 J o'clock this afternoon. WITNESSES AT FEDERAL PROBE INTO COUNTY CONDITIONS St kr is the principal we ness yesterday, with 'Mexican Joe” Runtier, an Eastern Penitentiary coir.ut, ,shaimg ti e .spotlight with him Edward Bruner and his son Edward. Jo. both of this city were called to the stand yesterday for .-a brief time This morning 8>krs was ie,.,lied to the s';,nd and Rumler began his extension of testimony shortly before noon. It mu*, indicated R unlet will be on the stand virtually all afternoon Two score witnesses, .subpenaed yesterday. fooled their heels ut an office and very likely will not take the stand until Monday There will be no session tomorrow. The hearing recessed st 12 30 o'clock this afternoon and resumed at 130 when Rumler took the stand. Rumler is a former deputy sheriff, and is a na*ive of Panama. It was broadly hinted today that hv the time all the evidence is heard indictments will have bern returned \;imiMt of against certain political job holders * amxrw ui ward leaders and police may also he entangled in the powerful web of evidence the government is daily weaving Sykes arrived this morning in cus-todv of Warden Samuel E. Turner and former Constables Falls and Holden were with two guards from Broadmeadows Farm. Other witnesses on hand this morn-ing were from 'he western part of the city, including Joseph Pazdalskt, Adam Bonked ski. Charles Fmmuth, Frank Varano Michael Millcarek. Charles Mattero Samuel de Paul, and John Grayson, former health in-spec or. Sykes was greeted bv hts wife this Witnesses Kept Hidden in Office Witnesses called to testify before the Grand Jury investigating vice, liquor and gambling conditions in Delaware county were placed under virtual cloture today in the Federal Building because of disclosures they made in the corridors while awaiting calls to the jury room. The witnesses were transferred to the seclusion of the district n*-tomey's office to await their calls. SUBSIDIES WILL BE FOUGHT BY GREAT BRITAIN Pa rip) Delegates launch Offensive Aimed Particular!) at Shipping Committees Organized and Prepare to Start Heal WOrk Monday CONGRESS ENDS SESSION; YIELDS ON VETS’ DILL Administration Scores Victor) on Reduction of Soldiers’ Compensation Adjournment Comes in Earl) Morning Hour Momentous Assembly I OMX \ a 11 d Juno Id—-tUPt—Gres! h'-d an offensive aga nst indirect . ■ • private I World Ferment h** problem * •n prepare ton .til commi*tce.' real w or k on Bi It am, high!} gov ei nm* LUU ne NS I ixia < onfcfen* I de ailed or .ii W ASHING TON The emergen* v < Minim* ned M ach ll VV I ne I 6 n of C n the n in to . ,uid * n ade lent : t mn . I" Dental sui lipping, open ii .. un,Mi ion c Commissi* side n he ,j ft KH* tO VV pct lit I f OUI of Holland .moo, prom ii vs iou I th, »ion it,* ti mg -t ting •d in (1 of vt !v hay ira I ion \ (UP)-* agre sa, ration ch.LOR, in th* inurns* of w^r lion of tv special romnilttee Hen-k v'nil a, ut Holland, president he commission, promised prompt idem 'ton Mons of both the economic and ic?ary commissions were silo,-! monetary commission, *\ ii es M. ( ox, of the American dcle->u vs its p esldent, met for only unutea * ox asked for the “max-rn of treatment and th*- minimum aik He app, nit cd a committee * port hr ouirkl> us possible on number of eub-eomnuttees tn'o ii ti-- commission hould be <1i -ii in* ,i k«*tl the governments to aft* 11 ans i compendiatiot L Hie \ ole in the B*: VV I had relied against the It ,,:i*’ , I*-a der • p Oil Wednesday v* 4 3 t( ) 36 he u nprecedeiUed pc ac e-tj .me aes* i end (I at I 21 a n fie a dmmixtration la sh * d it s ma 11 V I nto grum bill tg oi d cr drid im* ii the veterans appro •pria i' - 'A • nigh 'ii** Senate a f* w minutes ad s Tight The Senate ad -I 12 EST A do* , lo ’• picM-iu.vti\es abandon* d nim.imp- j skits to add it* va! as a last legislative Speaker Rainey and Vice ■arn* ; signed the bill and the White House. Tho lined and Hie session wag he po* k, qui* I .eft to right; I V Mu rn ii I TY i lier ( Ii* IcPs of I pp * He: by. t nfli I    , *    >! I* I Lh v iv * > s • t hi * ii I lh < .I I I ***r vins a MV year term at Broadme.tdotv s I ,irm; J orc oh A Zielinski. I.* el ii Prnlti‘iiti.irj tuard, .*n*l lits prisoner, .Ins** Rumler, o former deputy shrriff, Svkes and Kumler were the univ witnesses Im fore the (.(and .furs in Philadelphia jreaterd.i- id. this rite, now of Pa na ma and ( d th TWO INJURED IN PIKE COLLISION 162 AGENTS ON PREFERRED LIST Pinrhot’s ‘I a-vorrd’ Brokers for Stale Business Not Revealed HARRISBURG, Pa., June 16 — ‘UP* A prefeiued list of bond and insurance agents, approved by Governor Pinchers office for state business, aroused considerable interest here today. The list was disclosed during a In ai mg of the Bell Committee investigation into the state Banking Department’s roots of administering the aft lira of closed banks Dr William D. Gordon, State Sre- 1 mary of Batiking, told the rommit- ( ontinurd on Page Eighteen tee he had been given the mime* of 162 insurance brokers by Dunean McCaUum, secretary to thp Governor These brokers were given the business of i ssuing theft and fire policies end bonding deputies in handling the affairs of closed banks I he list w;us guarded jealously and the names of the “favored" 162 were withheld from publication. Rep. 'lunier, Delaware, one of the investigators asked who paid for lh** A parke, pike Glrno I/von, 315 fi olden, was mobile near ter pike and A dav afternoon. moi) bv Mph Si struck : he intel -bland s the Ie on Chester I by I o tis Van avenue, GI*n-anolher auto-r,rtion of Ches-avenue y< ster-result of which econd car, VA-5018 Walnut NEW ST. ROBERT’S SEV EN NATIONS RECTOR NAMED DEFA ULT ON DEBTS Rev. James V. Miilhuarn, Six Pi) in Dart; I inland VI MU UN ON ERDI E ON IHM* TO NOME I h* u limn lat v Hie commission until I! a in. Mo e rev in* mu** < ,.*;u ,; ill in ask •ral sp •< in Munds Uh Je< I .s. Ii rommel • I lr P»op* als then adlib* V. N( IMF Former Assistant, reeds Rev. Thompson On I) One to Make Full Settlement (I of the occupants of the jw ward A Foley, 23, of street, Philadelphia and Carl Brott Malone 27, cl 5226 Sansom street, Philadelphia, suffered Injuries requiring treatment at Taylor Ho pital Both suffered lacerations of the fare and should* rs, wli’cli :• quired Ma ti i rn’ several stitches. Ill received lacerations and right hand tamed si, the hospi stood Glenolden po I est in t he ca aal t ion. : the r alone * . I* Is made Malone gut eve n ar PLAN INDEPENDENCE DAN CELEBRATION Invitations have been mailed to numerous organic i ions bv Joseph F. Tercha, chairman, inviting them to participate iii the annual Fourth of July parade sponsored by the West End Business Mens Association Manv organizations have signified    *"    "‘8    arid Hie bond pie their intentions of joining the West End association in the parade and patriotic ex* re nos that will follow in Thurlow Park. Third and Jeffrey streets. Manv of these groups will be accompanied by bands mr string music, and have promised to be represented bv a record number of participating members. Charles H. Ward, president of the business men's association, in making public the invitation extended by Mr Terr ha, requested any organization that has not. received such communication by mail, to notifv the chairman. who will enroll the group The last meeting of the committee will be held June 28. at quarters of the Polish-American Citizen’s Club. Third and Wilson streets bv CHICAGO, June Hi UP erg of American industry a lure today to nieel Die ch.illeng* of President Roosevelt's unprecedented program tor business recovery. One group was composed * J 75 Senator Harry J Bell, chairman of railroad executives, including pi * :-i-11he committee announced the next dents of most of the nation's major *1* a ring would be held on June 29 railway ays? nuts Another reprt nted Other members of the group are Sen- 99 per cent, of al! the country's oil a tors Shapiro of Philadelphia and producing campana * Th* third Bones jif Incoming and Rcpt<srnta- spoke tot bi unm .    < oal p.* od::* Announcement has been made of th** appointment of Rev. James V. Mulhearn, a> rector of St Robert's Church, Twenty-first and Potter .streets, fix successor to Rev, Robert Thompson, who has been forced to retire du** to pool health. Rev Thomp on. v.a» announced las Intention to retire two weeks ago, to 'he gr< it .«1 irpnse of his congregation, although the pariahoners were aware of his being in iii health, did no’ realize that he had any intention of giving ,j> his work in tile parish is I antling to take a complete rest 'ai a trip abroad in winch he hopes to regain his health, Rev. Mulla arn is by no means a stranger to th*' members of St Robert s parish, as he .served there a* assistant rector from June 1923 to Sum! Business Recovery V|J f 1,1 h Unu h‘ ”h * popular upping Hm* church members Ender Nom legislation amir* un n , ami it was With reg!, us that his many Chester friends saw him leave to accept a call to the as* i' taut rectorship of St Agatha s mbl' d <'much in Philadelphia Rev. Mul- DISCUSS NEW CONTROL ACT Industrial Leaders Meet to W ASHING ! < )N Six f iropean nat 101 States $ 11,338 948 t wai d- bt inst a Unu cent. of ' he total a count r i« s. Out of ai! the w ii n Ives rowed ft t re;* sun forward ment of paid in gestton of a pal appd* it ion for i I i.ho r and Pi mg n vt tons. ’ h. thorn a, H mg.*!} and Jugoslavia, R im an la made change find de< id rd lh*’ ll OOO 0*Hi she *. default. That made five n (lf of) partial pa.vin am head* <t the In' Jim a pi a 141 I a th uama. «— * Up i .. ie United June I) *» « pel red by 13 Row* I un sen* -on She I if * Mig - and no (I- fault Hied Es Belgium t minute Sa OOO Of or than me 16 INS* -vo pas, od Since muling Jimmy I tu< wm Id solo k Hihei la. bound I od IV Iii* WO! (I he intr« pld av i- v was » tim*ted ave a maximum Mf d ox (Mig Ale the minion pf e v a Kha bvt v PBT lur* t he Hih< I HUI ut la o Ie lands desolate and world and it doe that he may at a iKjiut diaries ' a rn ma to Ma (fern's rev ck at I! it) n • 3 30 p iii ED I i, ne trip but wa., worable weather ii ti t Bt ting JUDGE MacDADE CRITICISES JURY Sa)s 2 Men \(quitted of ( barges H ere Guilty ; Other Court Cases v st on avoid general speeches Serious work vould i« i in Monday on a sp,** a1 group of subjects, he announced. The sub lect.* com me n a1 polit} A* nm nut I,/ut mn of trade aud g: initial removal of pi (dilutive quotas; <B* tariffs; measures other than dudes serving a,* prohibit mi affecting internal tonal piodticis; eo-orainaUen of production and tnatk«'ting of wheat and other foodatuft , public .''irks and means to find work for unemployed, Colijn said eiu?h <i> legation desiring to make exact statement of position would ne limited lo IO min Uts, \ commi Mon agenda will ie* distributed 'a mrmoers tot not row. As the monetary committer met it was genet all v understood that a preliminary agreement for stabilization of the dollar and the pound in their relation to one another and to the French franc* had been arranged Georges Bonnet, French finance minister and chief of tlie* French delegation, ani that .ui Ii an agreement had bern reached, to Iasi for the duration of the conference, Cox confirmed that negotiations were in pi ogress and appatentiy near success • od Hr* * et ary of .st ai** Cord* ll Hull. average of WO tv.*, eleven degrees be moil* he and one week, npiod session has touched ■ooks of everv Citizen who oo *■ one Bills enacted affect 'he manner of Hie and the welfare of every individual. This Congress launched a titantio dine ag.un,! iinemplo\ menf with in asurea designed lo create work for , 4,000,000 within the next three months bv ‘pleading employment Ut industry amt starting vast public vv > >■ k*; I veep* 'he cnuntr* (’fT the geld stand.*'d and authorized inflation by many mthod*. II tot ed J P Moi ran to come '** Washington and forced him to divulge his innermost business secrets. It launched * great farm relief experiment legalized beer pa* -ed tv <> tax bills, voted $500OOO OOO to feed and clot tie {be d* f huh*, aided home owners and reformed the bank ava-t em Jo Pre d ut Roosevelt w *s voted more p' wrr iii in eve; has bern gained < tinlinued on Rase Eleven PA RTI A ( LOlinv, WARMER VV K ATH Kit Partly Goody and warmer is tha prediction today In eastern Pennsvl-v ania. New J*r «\v, Delaware and Maryland Tomorrow s forecast is fair and warmer. Th** highest terni>erature here yes-terday was btl degrees at 8 p, rn , and tin* Jour • was 50 at *> a rn Tha ' The * leveed banks as provided law," Gordon replied. lives Cordier of Perry of Biali Lackawanna and ‘MILLIONAIRE COP" DH S Samuel I Onffln. the millionaire cop” who was a central figure in the Philadelphia Grand Jury investiga- who control tho fortunes of thousand of miners in vast mal fields    .    .    . The group met to decide what to Er </, no™ in do about, the new Industrial Control **■ coriuji, Ai his first chark* I *; lh will com** to St. Robert * from lh** jHjM'ion of asMaiant i*ctor at St Bridgets Cimrch, in Philadeiphii. where he assumed his duties in Bep-temb* i 1930. Born in Lansford, Pi* . the new rector of St Robert * was »-d leafed in th*- public schools there and then i**c iv rd Jus philosophical and theo-iogical training in Mount Bain* Marys Seminary. Emmitsburg. Md, I rom where he was ordained to the 1921 by Bu hop Owen C ONFIRMATION RITE WILL BE CONFERRED ~ Bernard St a.skin of 609 East Twen-ty-ftrst street, will receive the rites of confirmation tomorrow morning at the regular Sabbath .serviees in Ohrv Sholom Bynagogue, on Fast Eighth street, near Sproul street. The young man is 'he son of Mr, and Mr. Samuel Stalin and grand- Act. Co-incident with an announcement bv directors of more than 2un rail- tion into police corruption in 1928, HycUon^oV *1 h!fr 'I OOO OO^unmi)7cm"  ?%Lm.rmw,nth * *“ !■-;7''i t.""1 ‘' J , I    {,ne    .‘I]?    .^e,was    na tor anthol i/**d by the hill arui of- 227    ^    2!L    W;,Jnut    fered co-op? ration with th* Inter- * ’ . i?^,.    U.r:    1)0    ''tau* Comm* ne Cnimi,; .on w Is ;* h i. granted new fKiwer.s Executives said they regard'd th* evidence linking him to graft. C ll S. GRO! I* (HIK ER* Officers elected to verve the Industrial Socletv of Chester High School for the 1933-34 term are WeMev Major. 12A president; Howard Nickle. UA, vice president; Lamont Cline, 10A spcretarv; Claude Rid- son of Isaac Sapovihs. president of irsg'on. 12A. absist an* sec re tar*, and tile Ohev Sholom Synagogue. The ceremony is to b* in charge of Rabbi Else tiber*• JS A’ th* cli..* of the servti - ther* will be a reception for all members of the congregation in ‘he church auditorium and on Sunday evening the confirmation will be celebrat’d with a dinner dance to be given In the red room of the Majestic Hotel, Philadelphia. John Junto, 12A. treasurer. STOREKEEPER ACCUSED BY BOYS < harked With Encouraging Them to Rob and Buying Stolen Articles A Fifth w;*(d business man was accused of being a rnodren Fagin bv two young Junior high school boys, They testified at Media vesterdav. 'hat Jack Wallace, of the 600 block Morton avenue, not only bought ____stolen    goods    from    them but encour- ■Mv Goal. Xmscrav, Durra, Kitty    them    to    rob    .‘fores    and take the HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (ll? Inned Press) V. AT LINCOLN FIELDS one!. 1- 2- Lee 3—street Singer. 4— Nonet. 5—Mocker, Black Mock 6—Grand Rock. Swift Sport. 7—-i None). 8— None t. IT ( ON NA I GHI PARK 1—411 Roses, sinsle spa. Vitia 2—Doorkeeper. 3— Nonet. 4— None I. new art us "only an ernerg* ncy treatment of certain phases of tile national transportation problem." A fair system of opera1 mn und'u the new act was sought bv mining ( r*ntinned on Fag** I nth eon PAROC HIAL SCHOOL GRADLATING EVENT Twenty-five students of 'he commercial departm* rh of the parochial .school connected wi'h th** Immaculate Heart Church, Second and Norris streets, will b* graduated a' commencement exercises to be held in the church Sunday morning The program will begin at I! o'clock Rev Richard J, Ken!, a former assistant rerior of the church who is now stationed in Philadelphia, will deliver the addr fie P J McGinnis. rector will pr* ided a* tho cc: emonies The ann .a! Corpn; Christi procession, in which the children and member' of the church will participate, will be held in the afternoon, beginning a1 2 30 o clock loot to him Wallace on trial before Judge John M Broomah, on charges of receiving .stolen goods, was accused by Jo.seph Smith, 14, and Thomas Feeley, 15, both students in one of the junior high schools, of buying various articles stolen by them from the Emmanuel Baptist church, 15th and Potter streets. Assistant District Attorney William R. Toal is prosecuting the case, which is expected to go to a jury today. .John E McDonough, is defending l our Flag. ( aptain'« Girl. Sailor Wallace Maid, Benab it ay. “panah in- According to the testimony of the riian. Donna Vivian, Bounder, Smith boy he made the acquaint a nee 'Nonet.    ----- ------------ None),    ,    (on un ued on Page Lin en Times Ad Soon Sold His Auto I. A Hackett, 620 Concord avenue, advertised a sedan automobile in the Tune*' at what he considered a bargain. To did a Times reader who saw the ad and quickly took advantage of the money-saving proposition. "I always get very good ret lits from my advertisements in th*' Times, no ma*ter if if c a f ar for sale or omethmg electrical,’ said Mr Hafke*!. Rev Mulhearn vvt tit to the aa islam rectorship fJ St B*ev*ri Church In Port Carbon I’, m .June 1921 and rem;* n*‘d th*i> unu! 1923 From June 1923 to August. 1926 he sci ved at Bt Robert a Church ui 'iii' (itv and then wit to Bt, A ta* ha.'’ Chun h in Philadelphia, leading 'liat parish in September, 1930 mr a similar position in the church he is now leaving to return to thus city, Bt Bridgets, Philadelphia. WAR VKTKRANS TO RALLY AT FOLSOM War veterans of Ii law an* county will rally in Folsom tomorrow afternoon, when a flag will be raised with appropiut'e ceremonies in the new veterans' memorial pat k at Sutton avenue and Ma* Dade bou>vaid ’Die ceremonies are im h* dub d for 2 30 o'clock, when Gene] a) Sn.* dley D Butler will present lh* association wi h a flag anw give an address. J he ceremonies will b*- pi*•< <*ded by a short pa rad* led tty General B it;*i and participated in bv the fife and drum corps of the United Spanish War Veterans, Philadelphia posts o.' th,* V* ierarr of Foreign War- and Amene,-in Legion and camp' of th* United Spanish War Veteran Collingdale High School band will also have a plat" in line S I OI I N ( \B WHOM I) An automobile the proper’y of Abe Kl* Inman, of ISO') West I surd Hi'et. reported stolen on Wednesday evening, wa.- found a nan dolled near Kennett Square, yesterday 'lh* car was towed to a garag*- ai Avondale and the owner notified bv the nate highway patrol in that area The car wax stolen from Eighth street, between Bproul and Welsh st reeus, while the owner war; attending re ig-lotus services in the Obey Sholom synagogue. I \ I III K S IHI OHsl IU 4NU K A play enticed 'The Ch,Id Mom-." w,U be presented in th** First Italian Piesbyterian Chinch, Third and Ful* ton streets. Sunday evening, beginning a* I 45 o clock bv a cast composed of voting people of the church in honor of "Fa'hers Day The Coni inure! un I'agc I igltteen (ITV MAY BE NEI IT IN DE NEW AFT William F Ie ifli.vjity, ru.inaget <>! che Delaware County Chamb* i of (Jtmimer* < ha wi:Men letter to Mttvor William Wind Ai , ( u ;>n .un <tt VV M Pow el Htid ti' ii* ; off) i ;.u' ;■ th** city and county, calling attention to the public work constr iction clause authorized in the recently a proved National Industrial Re over} He has Urg'd ti "rn th.)' I ti:*-sr C various |volition* their influence and I-the influence of bodle of which tliey o ar*- a part, may tx* used to bung some 'J the funds for public wor to 'hrs d in order tis,*! tin*} tm v erve •" as a general stimulation to at ivity *1 and * * rn plo} rr rut The officials have been given a list L of projects wha Ii Mr Deiehanty la a lieves nu*, b* a* (ompli- ti* *1 here and they hSV*' ;rl? o ber it urg* ! to give deep thought r wit l r a view oi lugg toting and upper ting Other work me ,, nj-j ■ ,A hp | j ma} seem to * h* rn to ! ■ ll within th* rah gory of projects jx)' ■ob;** unrt* ■ * he act Major sugge it loris, which Mr Dele- lianty include s in his Ie 11 r are Elimination of grade < ro i* u p of lh* H ar.d o If a Iroad; constr u(' ion of an inductr.al ti git wav a Ion g Hie i iver- front from w innngton to Philad* 1- ph*a construe • ion *d a < oni I-- ' mg Hr k along ttic pf nnsylvania Railroad tracks joining Fourth street at I lower tri*‘ wi 11 Fi Rh street a • r**>nnHl street. r< pl ac em* ni of !.I rift* roux curvets and hill on ’ t,*' Ba it i nor* pike west of Media to (Jon*or(ivi Ie by the building of a r* ad paralleling the rail- rf.,*d Im* that follows thr vugh 'he vail* v; completion of th* Ma* Dade boulevard, jx> bly to conn**( * with A lur} which a*<i'iU!<(l two Philadelphia mr n of burglary * httrgeg vo-terda, was criticised by Judge Albert In,"on Mal Dade, wflo declared the men were guilty and branded their tory in court as ’jx'ifeef]y ridtcu-!••'.    ’ I he deferula lits were George 11 nkle ut tile 1500 bim Ic South Twen-lv-ton fir street and Jo aph Coffee, of th** 1300 him k South Newkirk tin' They were arrested bv Yeadon poi)'* ill th*- Yeadon Repubhran «!un headquarters, Church lane aiel Hell a * nae, portly before 6 ack on rh*- morning of May 3 oth men deotored they had ta err h having from la to ■ ti'l they went into < tor more la ei Allen arid Patrolmen and Colkey testified to v Hinkle and Coff * v, as • h* v i v mg t h<‘ club building Polir* dom I* tiding to the bar -room (ken and in*• beer coils had ■ connected and were on t op ounu r. Two wren' ties were >n the bar. aid he had met r' * * ft * * a* sixth and Federal streets and ive to Sixty-eighth street and ! avenue, where they drank several hours I* was Hinkle’s ■ lid, to top at flu Y< rnwood ii Baltimore pike, to learn nu / I Al .»ald the wa* bn i.» en c of ti,** I found < Hinkli 'I wa ut v• they d-< Elm woo* beer for idea he hotel, c f 'inturned on Pas* I en I Iii 4V I IC I BALANI I WASHINGTON, June 16 Up J i Ti* ti tny i i * ha lair* 'or J r 14 wa$268,136 103 50 Expend '.,:* that day were $8 427 32'r 82 c a'om receipt' from the month through /un* 14 were lf* 879 49123. th*- Concord road. J 411,1 D I OII MI I 4KING NORRISTOWN Pa J im 16 GJP* Georg*1 Bu a rn- e, 82 fattier of IO children, ten lined in the Mon’ gomery Coun’v Jail today, stubbornly refusiiu’ to pay magistra’•* co**' of $'> imposed upon him when he was arraigned on chain* • of "cursing a neighbor Ile -aid he would erve a 30-dav .sentence ca' rn . 'nan pay the money. Peter Slovak, 45 a neighbor had him arrested, acca..mg Strau.se of using praline language in a quarrel. DOU 4K S I KOM.I It PARIS, June 18 UP; The dollar was stronger today, opening at 2130 franca 4 69 cents per franc*, and closing almost unchanged a* ? 128 against yesterdays *lo,!' of 21 ll (4 73 cots). F ALI S I KOM I KI I Carman Em:ita, 41, of Ridley av* nue Crum Evnne v n taken to Ta-Jor Hospital yesterday suffering from a fracture of the let* collar- p!av ’ ill be directed by Lawrence berne received in a fa.i while climbing , Tedesco*    ,    a tree. Trials in Six Courts at Media A n< a record was set for cr.ruin)* tx j;) Lh in DeliiA.ii* * oo.’ity vc.u rd,i v wildi i .tsfs were heard in six a- pura'** courtrooms. All wee k Judges w Roger Pron*'field John M Broomall and AJhert Dutton Ma* Dade, of the local courts, have been conducting trials, assisted bv Judges Wat.^*)n R Davison, of Chambers burg and Thomas F. Bailey, of Huntingdon. Ye. >**rd<!V Jiidg*' S,imu< I O. Reed, of Ebensburg was in Media, and he wa pressed Into service sitting ;ri the Orphans ('our' room, in a Tenuous effort to dean up the w et k s list. District Attorney William J .*T 'Cart.'*.' Jr. has listed several in:,t for today, although there wen- no cases beyond yesterday on the original list. A1 one tm:** yesterday, seven juries were deliberating, using all the jury rooms and aho the Bar Assoc i’ion loom. t hief of 'ti** Amen* an delrgalion. ■-v«s<I the “underbrush" iii 'he wa. of such itn agreement, w.sg being cleared. • A statement in Wa hmgtoit last night t<y Breretaly of Hie Treasury Will lain lf WckhIiii denied that the Amen* an deiegaiion had agp-ed to uiv form of «tabiii/atton pf the d"l-iai Only Pirsideiit Roosevelt could make *u«n rtn agreement he raid ll; statement followed a sharp drop in Ament mu markets attr ibuted h* London dispa ti hex t, V VLK I RESHMFN BEAT HARN VRD ( REH NEW I-ONI IGN, Conn, June ]6 'UP i Yale opened »od av h i* new ai of the 81-year-old New London ye-ka11a by belling Harvard try five lengths ui th* freshman two-mile nu* fir** rv*rit on Hie progn*rn The race wax rowed downstream from the railroad bridge to the submarine base Few of the thou ands of sprits-' terr expected for this evenings varsity event watched the yeMrllngs row Vc J),b v was scarcely moi • than a qui riff • I a mile Rain threatened ; and per ta* ors without topcoats wore I riev. pap* is tor protertion against Hie unseasonable WCMther HOMAN IN Bl G(;Y STRIT E BY M TO Mrs Martha Sin* eves, 80 years old of Hi>f>k road and Evans avenue in I " roft suffered an injury to her left J'Sit arid left mm yesterday, when a horse-drawn buggy, In which she was riding wax struck bv an automobile at Hook road sud Tribit avenue Th* woman was taken to Taylor Hospital, wii*- * her w'ounds w* r*• * toned with eight stitches, after which sue was allow'd to go home COX PRESIDES AT SESSION ( hairman of Monetary low normal for 'he dote and fifteen degrees below Hie average June 15 last v* ;ir. Maximum f*'fniw»rsture (or th** dr*'e is 93, e t.iblnhed in 1925, and minimum 47, in 1884 Hunrise today was <*f 5 31 a rn, and unset will be it* 8 23 p. rn, eastern daylight saving time. Of I It ERS ASI ( HOS EN At Hi*- ! mil meeting of the girl'* athletic a ociation connect*d with Chester High School, before the closing of * hool for th*' .summer vaca-Hon held v* terday in th** auditorium or the m hool at Ninth and Fulton st r *«* s. Hi*' following officers were elected; Gertrude Weaver, president; Dorothy M< Mahon, vice president; Rubv David on, se* iclary-treasurer. Sarah fi"<* n w.t el* 'ed manager of Hie basketball team. I opicsof l imes T ! ** corridors of the federal court building in Philadr Iph a would maka an ideal 'arid to scil headache powders these days * A K- *    .    -    he    will    ha    vs »ugh t idenee to indie* 40. The:a will D a lot of jobs vacant in a few weeks. i how or O'he tire road '<* pro pen! eenus a little rougher fop tin < chaps in Hie city and county who ban been ‘‘getting theirs.’’ Thugs »n* certainly improving. Unemploved former constables aud Ijootlrggt-rs a e now ge**ing $1 NU a day as witnesses Violence is repotted in a milk war up the it Jug a no* her kind of a milk punch, so to speak. Howard Gallagher sa vs fewer auto accidents are reported this vear. Dept* *■ these reports of bigger sales rn t * auto industry it seems that th® turnover is really less. One of our women willers advise# th*- eating of grapefruit to combat tf heat. Yes it’s often as good as a shower bath. Bee .mg ’n pp e: . p re on} a /i    *    r    .. j court I* having ac* used murderers ( ammittee I rges Spet d; :iruo a phonograph. That should make the evidence * matter of record. Parley Recesses They say whiskey do. s no', stimu* la!** th** imagination Too bid A fellow really needs a stimulated imagination to explain where hr got it aud what kept him out so late. GEOLOGICAL MUSLIM. London, June 16 INS - In an atmosphere of hope mingled with confusion and ionic disputes over methods of procedure, Hie World Economic Conference organized itself into two main commissions today and then recessed for the week-end to permit leaders to thresh out d* sails. The committee meetings this morn-    _ _ rig were marked bv a general desire wether froe« ast—Eastern Perms*! to get .som* where speedily, but no one vania: Parti* rfoudv, possibly light cerned ’o know just how.    showers ton is bt and Saturdavj Gentlemen, let us go to work," slightly warmer e>.vturday. aid James M. Cox, of Ohio, in pre- \\ ,.,u*rn Pennsylvania:    Partly I he Weather WASHINGTON, June 16-~(l’P> idmg as chairman st the Aru meeting of th*- monetary and financial commission. But opinions were so varied a to which direction the work lay that they d*Tided to quit until Monday Most delegate welcomed the respite. for the average agp is unsuited to the Geological Museums s eep lairs and hard seats, on which they Continued on Page Eleven > cloudy, possibly *>howers, slightly H.vimer in southwest portion tonight; Saturday fair, slowly rising temperature. I ODA I S TEMPE KAI IEM 6    a    rn  *4    11    a.    m,    ......    Al 7    a    rn.    ....58    Noon     .....  64 8    a.    m 58    !    p.    rn.    ......    64 o    n.    rn,    ***•    bd    2    p.    HL    #»*64 IO    a.    rn.    62 ;

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