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Publication: Chester Times June 17, 1933

Chester Times (Newspaper) - June 17, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NKT PAID ( fK( l I,MION FMR I" II AF IMN I.is, ENDING I)ECFMBKR JI, 19.12 20,328 FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ★ With All Latest and Rest News of the Day SITH YEAR—NO. 17.621 Orth L-a.«*»d Wire Rupert* < and International New United Presa Service (INSI I UP) (•HEMER. PA.. SATURDAY. .JI NE IT. IPW TWENTY PAGES PRIDE. TWO CENTS I . S. PROPOSES TEN PER CENT. CUT IN TARIFFS Plan Is Submitted to Econo m i c Conference in Corm of Suggestion Asks All Nations to Enter v Into (ieneral Horizontal Slash LONDON. Jim * I" UP' United States delegate* to the World Keo-nomtc Conference proposed a s'* repins: attack on tariff* and trade bar- j Tiers today. In a written list of suggestions submitted to the economic commission of the conference, the United States negotiators asked all nations to ent*r into a general horizontal cut of IO per cent in tariffs. It also proposed encouragement of bilateral tariff re- j duction agreements, and extension of I the truce whereby 41 nations representing 80 per cent. of the world trade 1 have agreed not to raise tariff bai- j Tier* while the conference is meeting The commission had invited all na- j tions to submit its proposals for world economic betterment Pi line Minister J Ramsav MacDonald received Secretary of State Cor- j dell Hull, James M Cox. and Senator Key Pittman of the Ameriean delegation. at a luncheon-conferenee ai his country home, Chequer*. Many delegates re carded the engagement a* significant, having possible bear.ng on the impasse of negotiations for a currency stabilization agreement Later the party went to Windsor Castle to attend the garden party King George gave to conference delegate*. Europe's drive to force de facto stabilization of the American dollar to the pound sterling occupied tile attention of leading delegates today. Intent authoritative information led to belief the nations will attempt to avoid any open stabilization agreement or any formal announcement bv the negotiating Ameriean. British and French bankers with the approval of their government. Indications weir. on the other hand. WHAT ARE THE WILD WAVES SAYING? “THIS CONGRESS STANDS ADJOURNED!" PRESIDENT OFF ON VACATION lo Enrapt Carps of Of Opp for 20-1 >a> IVriocl; Clans ('mise f MT .Maine < oast BRINGS HIS RECORDS WITH HIM on Jim ii Pre s»d i is land f t ram into « UP* Th Roosevelt he start of hi rd at South St a n ' EDT'. DSFVKI r IF LO SPECIAL BOS FON, ) R< tod. Hr Man Mr H ( herring wildly and waving their hats like si hottlhoo rd .(» d for v ,o Cion, tired nu mbrn of the Unlike of Represent alives are nit lured iii a ( ongr* »*>ional hall eel ehr.itin:: the ad loiirnmrnt of the special session I h<»v had sat waiting until 1:20 in the morning for the Senate to void on the long-contested veterans com promise. ■el! SHORTER HOURS ANO MORE PAV Industrial Administrator in First Talk Warns of Danger of Relapse PERSONS RITTEN RY VICIOUS IMH J CHICAGO, June 17 that the powers may merely permit danger of an economic re currency stabilization to materialize without public fanfare, in order to prevent reaction on world markets or wild fluctuations in price levels. Before this apparent decision wa* reached, various alternatives were -<UPi -TIV apse in the Three Tavlor 1 ferdav as William avenue, I i stray < the post# him and rn his kn On if 214 BISHOP TAUTS GOLDEN JUBILEE Annivprsar) of Ordination in ISS.** to Rp Observed Next W rdiiP"da> Bishop Francis M. Taitt began his ho huddled tm f rain to bid hi panama hat a iv days i 11 iii a r k cd last three tic legacy sh a tie , boarded at ion in the first .iii term- d bv his nci John is to set ie trim Mat ton. I long the oasts to | summer I runswick , ■sevelt if the j cair* pi iv- ! uderit prtv ( tint ill arri tm I ast Page DAM NOK AW VRD I NIELD RN COURI J Re Hen « EDGAR A. DAVIS TAKES STAND IN COUNTY PROBE Former I .S. Agent Brings Rrirf ( ase Filled W ith Records Only Few W itnps^es Hoard So Ear; Manx More to Re ( ailed Next W eek Mn “critical stage of the depression" unless wages are brought into line with ascending prices was pointed out to the National Coal Association last night bv General Hugh Johnson in discussed one of which anticipated at- iV«/,.‘!! '!inI)wu,,)'Sr sl‘?'nw tl! ,7'7 !‘7 •j* °(:sr™«tr" Th, other dealt with .tendon-1 8hor'"' br,or'- Omen!John men! of hopes for stabilization until in s brief, extemporaneous address was  .-Sit. .... K„, linr,u,.n,iv «.«. relayed from Pittsburgh, a working prices leveLs me. but apparently was thrrttt-n nu rhntrH nut Ina f/"i (nan that f ^    ^ Whit ll lit Coal lndll iIV Will A dog owl ried bv Conceit a Capon a. Hi* 01 rdmution tc > the nate of cut'cd in an automobile acrid* n 50 years ok J, of Sixth ant 1- the Pm' Lostant Kpi: nemorated icons * I Chui reb will , d John Martin, I more aveny ie*, Folsom, hi ^ br coml al cele- 1 rn, sui JPP* from hi* lr tacked the v ash last night ionian, inflictm and a1 g a level t- brat ion •e Walnut iii St. Jam# street*, P ielphia •2d D u bv Wed- rol,‘*i!J BiialT wee n *'' auf on 1 obi k -a wound in h The same icr right elbow true late at ll a, rn Holy will he Affied m wii nun ion by th •d M rs ie two men A $10 000 for JKI nil attacked Sal ivad Dc Sa tut, 1 nine yea1 s (* I erg V , md laity i >f (} ie DIO r^gg] 0J injure s (the curtained to her Ugh old. who live a near Sixth an 1- Pennwwh .aniii will I un id awa rded th" husband $94( more avenue a, Folsom Hts left thig h A lulu Tieon will f v in th e Penn * ippeai was taken, and a nev and right lei g were badly b men. Al hie 1 ic Club at l: 2 4i p. in. Major- w sui ask rd on the ground? ilia ( hr! X K*»rs sp* , uf twUhnf IV ** Aflnrnev Genera!. directing the Grand jurv investigation in Philadelphia into a Delaware county liquor conspiracy. is shown it IHI dis trying the i inc willy tricar \ Davis, former prohibition agent and pritnlr ilrte. live, of tins «»l s Davis is on the rte tit. I he man in Hie renter is a "aiv*(i*n witness**. Keyes Explains Conspiracy Law Mans persons interested in the federal probe info alleged mrrupt c onditions in (his < mints are dismissing Hie law of limitation cnn-rrrnin* the alleged erimes investigated 'lost tit those who will he indited. it is expected, will face the i barge of rnnspiraey. or evasion of payment of income tax. "spi nal Deputy Xltnrnry Genera! f bel I Keyes, in Philadelphia, explained Hie law revering eonspir-a« v as it mas apply to liquor eases. when ii was suggested that Hie law of limitation was inoperative after three years. Ii is true that the law of limitation in «onspiraey operates for Hirer sears." lie said, “hut the tune of the conspiracy is turd by the most relent proved overt ait. lf this in f urred, «.**, on July I three years ago, and linked min conspir-ai i of a previous dale. Hie limitation would not tie effective." ( The third d.*v of the Federal Grand Jury-* probe Into tin* county's vice, graft and pohticai-underworld links, vestord*v, developed evidence that eau. oil (Tie! A. Roves, special deputy United Slates Attorney General and In* neonates in Philadelphia to actually gasp One of Hie lr w.Hi ,r before the inquisitors in rial wa; Edgar A. Davis, one time prohibiten agent and later a private detective, who figured in a series of liquor raids in com-porn with former Con .stab Ic D. Har- Armrd with lie filled with bootlegger*, D Tll’sr IIIIIVEKS WARNED BV COURT N A MES NI im (mil! BACKERS thrown overboard owing to fears that such a course might take *o long the conference would be forced into a camouflaged recess. HEAVY DEALINGS IN OIL STO( KS operate under the control bill i accepted by 19 of the nations iring operator*. Johnson wa* en route to Chiel from W aahing ton by plane to i dies* the coal operators when a d md Pit fog forced the pilot U burgh. Arrangements were made to nutting thp address to the as* meeting by radio and Johnso without a manuscript. “The President today signed i very bill and appointed me ministrator." lie said “It is sponsible position and I acccp solemn regard- The President a Uh gave the country hi* policy govern mg this work The act is a charte of a new industrial self-govt'rumen it NFW VORK June 17- (UP — Stock*, except gold mining issue.*, advanced fraction* to more than a point in an active opening todav Oil* were heavily dealt in at higher price*, reflecting increased gasoline price*. The gasoline advances were made to make up the rent a gallon federal tax imposed under the new industrial recovery act. However, most companies added ’* to I rent to for this country, that figure Standard of New Jersey    “I    think    we would    have    comr firmed up to 35'y, up *; and small    such    a step    even if    we    never    had gain* were noted in Continental, a depression It is the dislocation Phillips, Atlantic Refining, Consoli- between what we produce and our dated and Trxa Corporation. Ohio power to buy .md consume which Oil rose nearly a point to 14    makes and prolongs a depre. ion Steel Common opened I ’>00 shares What we have here for the first time at 53’*, up «; Allied Chemical 113, is * chance to keep production and tip Chrysler 271,. up Kenne-    purchasing    power    in    this    country coft 17 up *; American Telephone    more    nearly    rn step    with each otner 125. up I1*; Union Pacific 108',. un- and they are far out of step today, .changed; General Motor* 25 N. up \ :    I    think    we are at a critical stage FIVE DIE IN GUN BATTLE (■angster!* Attempt to Free Outlaw Ruinu Returner! to leaven worth w rrh op T d* that id refuaei critic Judice Eronefield State* No Court Directs Local Police Bt. a n w Lonicnn \\ ill Re Show ti Those ( nm tried \\ HEELS OE TROLLEY SENER MN VS LEU Official to Investigate I ‘risoner’s A Negation Mf d J mig men* w ie icrda ho had KAN! Five Un American Power A- Light 13 «, up I; United Aircraft 31,, up John* Manville 45\, up General Electric 21,. tip and Montgomery Ward of th* depression Improvement here beyond a doubt But prices ha' The gangs! o Oklaho d turned n prison ir 1930. The officers re of bu Tile gal d th tic F no w; CHW lie J. Cl of C Hi! I. lf rth F \KREST FOLLOWS UK NSH OE XU TDS aware ( oui: run over by lo<»p of the sit Com pa i Ninth, early I if v »>d to ha of the car. Tinkeft w in the Dar men 1)1 be Ie i genew opera effort to hi whose cond morning wa a f rol I Phtlad i rn P° and on w Darbs is in Delta!. with hi* lei' result of ie inn car at the Darby na Rapid Tran-street above ling He i* bender the wheel* cl Ji din M B tie lid d to t boss pi ti r bv Palm An erne! armed in a of the » hospital lh the to ie I ani go to Pica) in Deja E ‘i created when a revtouily umbers,” lad and backer*” J “Aaron Wright and defendant. John inc rn in He lf ( md if HI ii min rn th the bch IU *>9 up Continued on Last Cate MOTORIST FAILS TO ATTEND HEAR I NU turn Hie fire Three of *h( d sheriff of Mc Ah' New York Shippbpuilding reached a new high for the year at 141 * up IS on predictions all the country* shipyards soon would be in full operation on the government's new shipbuilding program. Building stocks mounted on prospect of early launching of the gov- ton. Dei motorist, failed to eminent s vast construction plan*. at the office of Magi) rate Utility issues were strong and fairly O’Donnell, of Marcus Hook lo active Rails held steady on ex- a charge of reek I'-sa dm mi pee tat ion of another favorable car ferred by Alex McClure and loadings report. Amusements were Blizzard, member* of tile amt better. Coppers continued their rise crew of the Marcus Hook Fire begun late yesterady. In the gold panv No. I mining group Homestakc lost 2 The firemen wa re respondin points and others were down small call from the Sinclair Refining A hearing, scheduled for 6 ’0 Thursday evening, failed to materialize when the defendant, a Wilrmnt- o appear ie John o answer pre-Leon Kan-. Na* Ark . by go Fe a free I atiton the o! is Cit: h was . ernmen trig an d were ister, Ok la beemen. • ted in Ii ad been tr agent*. lrierworld O' SO L md inp thor hcnr-nond H(K»d I Dr. John '.enue near Philadel-)f ('he:'cr $10 and mw driving ii in auto* IM RUH \SINU \GE\T LDR TOW NSI III* nd' t no be (MI bio* ., wa* glv ears sent fined *200 V ODPI ti I ID lea t»d; Jt v Pntk, d to tad f to two V And other * bcd Att other bv Dr • rid 'hip W JURY UNABLE TO REACH XUREEMENT amounts. Com- I to Com panv, Friday of last wee During the early trading prices held conveying an injured man to the around the opening in the majority Chestn Hospital when a cm driven of issues. Volume lightened    by the Wilmington resident shot out Cotton forces eased off nearly a of Yarnall street, at Fourth directly dollar a bale. Bonds were higher m the pa til of the ambulance despite with German i sues strong following the fact that the apparatus s.ren and a sharp rise in this group in London, bell were both in use The license The dollar was steady to terms of foreign exchange. firm in number wa* obtained and a issued for the offender After hi ii a jury fade the case of wvffi and v Watson R. lerday. An the Septeml Ami* w as i of Second st mg intimate of Plea.-,ant Do * truck, iism, of t, Pit ll- a poults* ’oodlvn, led in- Dr *>b- :rn in epa rt men received his appui purchase < hoOl dis! (ointment of I ti on* pm were given Ult UU V. ft) of 7K3 Centi a Carney" a* tin rf lit, money i up, captain, to Superinteu I port of Che od room. I been arr detect ive ill! V before Judg' t. when he was nm M H It* p Ida*. f'*r sent< i ? told Harding I I*’lei red pent ii* testimony avenue man to "Judge enl al r, wiio tied on Apl ii P J Qomn Bailey repre-L He * brief case said to records of privileged iv attracted wide at- < iintinued on I’age len LOC.VI, SHOW Lits LOK VVKKK-KNI) Partly clnudv skirs, with not much change in temperature, are predicted today and tomorrow tit F.aslern Pennsylvania New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland. l*ocal shower* ate po*. I sible. The highest temperature here yesterday We (.a degrees, at 3 p rn., and Hie lowest wax 58, at 3 a in. Tho iv ei age of 64 wax right degrees below normal for Hie date and twelve de-frees below the average June 16 last veal Maximum tem|>erature for the date is 9t>, c,st abluted In 1913. and minimum .‘>0, in I Hat I he -un rises today at & 31 and se!, at h 32 'Hie moon rises at I 54 a rn and aet* at 3 50 p rn. Hum im today w .is at 5 31 a. rn., md un el will be at 8 32 p. rn, Fax tern Daylight Saving Time. Kl ti It I S ti) MI SSAGE \\’<(td bu in n received at. tho Young Women* Christian AmocIa-tum office.*, Seventh and Sprout licit*, of the death of Mn*. Ixniia I) Hip, mot hei of Mc a Katharine Hic former girl re nerve and lndus- •ctet a Bi cliv tary tow r The the objective* 1 that protested , administration < rn* tit in pubhe 1 ago Mr 8* hie of 01 gant/a ‘ ton. the financia rhooi depart tin wee, H f t i Penn? vlv ama Mil Kl I Wee MIKI ' id*-r kly hikes member* Every TI I f he boy Third ar the I r* go BHK POI’I I 5 It •oving robbery on Hi*- night of April When .S. ’* un Napoleon, ag* d Cl ter Heights resident, wa* beaten robbed bv a band of Negro men i women. I ewes Warwich, of Ho Media alleged leader of Hie gin was fined $fi*b and meta and vol the L.i *ein Penitentiary for 3 to veal* Firnei Boyer, Concord, v fined $KMi and given I to 2 year*, the fonrr*v jail, and two girls, I* Brad way, of Clunter, and Eva Box of Ch add- l'**rd were each fined $ and coats and put away for a pet Judge rn od cr I the (’ rad ay iii rh liter Her Im is 1 on of in th* tilt Boy num lit ( ontlnio ii nu I ast Page \S I DOW OE ASTOR KEROin ED ENC ACiED if th» Bailey's Sentrm es fide. a ha I Jot, wa* fined ut to jail for a term of to one year, despite hi* to be placed on probation in keeping sober did guilty to stealing in a Chinese laundry in k while under the infill-01. but said the clothing •turned nets Morris, 16 of High- aud Norman Morelli, 16. appeared for sentence, confronted with fresh burglaries. The youth* iy pleaded guilty to lob-1 stole at Concord avell ie road. Upper Darby. Continued on l ast Page rn I acorn tuition ti)'1 |>S Ml.se ave 1 D. ( Bl! if signed fir to h* with ry of the association, *d *t lier home. 200 UC, Tacoma Park. Waah-Slie had been ill for j! J , wbo wha popular among - of the local Y. W C A , rn her |xi*iHon last fall her mother during her line IIH VSI HI BALAM F WASHING ION. June 17 iUP>— net balance for Juno 15. wa $985,717 821.21 Expenditure* that ria) weie $13.287.597 82. Custom* receipt* for the month through Juno IV were $10,736,196 00. I opicsof J lines count 1 R Mfd 1 be I urn rn un.- wife HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY IR* United Press) AT ( (INV \l (.IIT TXRH 1—(None),    « 2— None . 3—Sonnelli, Fleeting Fire. >1% I ergu* X'e-pa. Rough R*>v. I— None . 5—Disapproved, the Orleanian. ( loidn, Lnnd'-iin. Martha Long. fair sUn. 6—Vrow alk 7 — Wrack Royal. XXralher. clear; tra< k, fast. A I I INC OLN I ll I I)" l—.la< k Knife. Halliard, first Regiment, Broomshot, Song Hit. stella I sim.it ja. uhs I addn 12— Tyrant. Brilliant Rose Booms Pal, Bvphar. Le Miserable, Lam pone, Lisheen, Owen. — sultry, XX 1 se I ce. Dun - C og Xii Royal T-eaMire, Fill In. Kie\ette, Blameless. None . None . 6— 'lata Ila: 1 •—si nr XIartin. •Battling Or Batta Weather, cloudy; track. fart. VOITH. AMNESIA VK TIM. IIIKN 1 11 I ITI The amnesia victim puked up by police at Forty-aixth and Market street*. Philadelphia, late Th ,: .day and taken to the Philadelphia Genera! Hospital was identified last night as William Richard* 19. of 349 Blanchard road. Drexel Hill. Identification was made bv his uncle and aunt, Mi and Mrs Victor Stroehnle. with whom the youth lives, Richards had left tlvir home Thursday morning for an errand in the city. and failed to return that night. They read of the finding of the amnesia victim and the description tallied with that of their missing nephew. Hospital authorities allowed them to take Richard* home. LIKES FOREST ARM! I IM Meyer Bierson. formerly of 321 West Third street, who we* among the first of the residents of this city to enlist in the Civilian Con; rva* lion Corps, ha* written to friend* here from Lubach 30 mile* Loin Emporium, Pa., where he now .-la-'ioned in a reforestation camp Bierson say* he i* having a gfiod time getting pjep'y *0 eat and enjoy* the work He say* the p*,*t few day? have peen quite cool rn the mountain*. md the pro.' he anc I them home the cos ilph Nee is Hook. of Alma Nee me, Booth' A* cord in of his Itll HIGH DREWEK IS KIDNAPED AUCTION SALE OF KEAL ESTATE ROM) June 17 Htgu Manet! I Fie r moil Ie, the ' boxer Enzo F'iermonte, no Am VlxJuftors of St. I *h ti I Man ( (inducted in Odd Follows* Demand SI00.000 Ran- Temple; Many ( iti/ens som; Uromise Not Kept Jake Hart in Ridding J PERSONS HI RT IN TRIPLE ( RASH lea, newxpn, the eff* inc a < Dick, t Port Astor. Mi? aeekiHK Senora willing provide educate quo r P Astor. In an Interview' 1 )jkJo di Boma ton u her husband is • to wed Mrs W firmer Mi M< * widow of John . Babson s Letter Shows Optimism Du k i fn It# ii* a divorce J rx»m Piermont#* wa* not to contest g ' he is grant! a child. r* p the c d $30 Three at Airer Ro*e mon I* 0.000 ri rho po > bile fl ed a:; ti A machine dnv< n I man, 22. clerk .»* Bn pita I. collided w. th 01 Harold Grammage I CX#: ter load. Bryn Mawr, t t vice, Grammar*' & (. other driven bv Micha* of 36 Echo road. Bryn Mr? Norman B ion r*>ad, Ardmore Park, a DK Ho Oid Lanciu -lining it over !' struck an-FannUlg, 43, Mawr 624 Overhill passenger in Gram in ages car. suffered brain cushion and laceratiorLs of th** s (.I I I N (11 NI I ft"* Bf ♦. It I I on- aip Two Delaware county young rn* r. are among those who received tneir degrees at the commencement exercise* of Rem?* .aer PoJytecnnu In-.stitute Troy, New York. They a ie Karl Buhre Winsmore, of Ridh y Park. who received a degree of Civil Engineer, and Charles Cadwalladcr Gray, of Wax ne who received the * degree of Mechanical Engineer. HT PAUL'8. Mum., June IT <UP' William Hamm, wealthy brewer, and a prominent business man of the twin cities, was held horn today by kidn; suspected, were led I of engineering two other daring abduction plot?. Grave concern for Hamm's let;. va.1 expressed today after the kidnapers failed to keep a .intact they arranged for 5 0clock last nigh? The abductors, who seized Hamm Thursday from his office to his home. had threatened to kill the young millionaire unless ransom was paid quickly. News of the kidnaping wa* not mad*- public until late last night, after William Dunn business manager of the brewing company and police received a communication from the kidnapers and a note from Hamm himself saying: Do as the’, tell you ** e suspected Verne Barkey as til*- plotter behind the kid-of Haskell Bohn here Just a so and of Charles Boettcher Denver last winter, rs to shoot Sank*”.’ on sight >• urd by police bust summer Interest in th** giant real cxta'* auction conducted by Joseph p Day. which opened yesterday afternoon in How* Temple, Eighth and Odd Sprc F I* II in Orc were when Bohn was returned atter pa’»-< ontinued on Last Page 4 Fig! and which wa* continued last evening, ran high and with a total of 36 of the 170 prep-r-■■ lea Ii*fed going tinder the hammer, the total amount of the day* transactions was $114 500. The auction will again br conducted today at 2 p. rn. and 7 30 p. in. Properties sold were&s follow.s: 823 West Second st tee t, two-story brick dwelling, *o Joseph FeiJmck, for $2050; No 154 Parkway avenue, brick bungalow, to Harold Chalmer*, at $6100, No 612 Mcllvaine street, three-story stone and cement dwelling, to Thomas McKnighf, at $2300. No. SIS Ea*t Twelfth street, two-story brick dwelling, to Gustav Kli‘-n, at $2350; No 1420 Hancock street, two-story owelling, stucco and brick, to John Boyle, at $2800; No. 213 Eaxj, Tenth street, two-story brick s' mi-de'srhed dwi lhng, to Ormonde Bursey, at $16(8); No. 12()6 West Ninth end here todav street two-story brick dwelling, to Henry Grab Wa*: el Ovnvek at $1550. No 215 East Tenth street, two-story brick IAH AL A VIA TDK TD ELV I KOM TEX \S IV Ii 5 Of toda know cert ■ons dedu but fundi! worthy of The rid u.‘ Hen R B, rme the Ii i utenant stiuctor ip avia'i Slate* Army, and of Chester, now st attour Antonio, Tex , is planning •San Antonio to Twin Ga of the month. Lieutenant Baxter who will be accompanied bv Mr* Baxter and their arm, Harry R Baxter, Jr., will visit, Charles Loiigbo'h.un. Jr. who on the Longbotham estate on Bethel road, Twin Oak?. I ORI IGN XX XII X Ll S I* XIt XUE INS ALLENTOWN Pa , June 16 - With the election of officers and choice of a 1934 convention city as the oui', unfinished bu in* - flu fourtcnth annual convention of the Pennsylvania department, Vetei ans of Foreign Wars, was scheduled Bi with a parade. of Harrisburg, the senior vice commander, stood unopposed for election a* state commander *0 succeed Benjamin Raisky, of ( ontinued on La»t Page Bradford. on a we ISI* Just s Tunei ply win ions wiI irntally id and our con Bab..ouch i at * ut, busine** rial art I vity than in Jut »I'M i fled i read-it “I* page We do not her Mr Bab-corne to pa?,*, libs reasoning therefore is ide ration, shows tha» em-and general are currently (• a year ago, fundamentally pi inc ria* volume was 28 mal. and toda below . Today ' cent. ie .s volun we were In I ise in the glee to 4 5 jier eel im tile low jmj of capacity leather and sent optl-In 1920 per cent. V it is 29 ce are dole of busi-929 But I industry It, of calf:' of 12 Building, numerous lier cent, textiles, other business activities are fast bowing tile first sign of revival since 1929 While we may not locally see definite signs of a business recovery, some of our industries are on full time and others are booking orders. But from a national view-point there are very definite signs of a business recovery, Patience us generally rewarded and you will be agreeably surprised how swiftly an era of depression ran turn into a period of prosperity, The Babsonchart now stands at 14 per cent. above a year ago. A a i! j ie got a kl >s when he armed m Ucdeiai Conn yesterday. A number about whom fie talked ara due for a kl. when they get there. De-pat# h< ay london Economic) Cont* 1 erne is a veritable babel of tonga# , with delegates speaking English, French, German, Spanish, Russian, Chinese and other language' The difficulty however, lies in trying to get them to talk Turkey. University of Utah professor urge* that a course in courtship be given in high school In lots of high school*, this just comes naturally. Now that the huge public works bill fiw finally passed, it looks Ilk* President Roosevelt us getting ready to give unemployment the works. Dr. E A. Hoopton of Harvard announces plans for a survey to determine if American people are growing taller Seems like now is hardly a fair time to make the test, since most. Americans have been pretty short for the past three years, Upon reading tha* a gas explosion in a western town tore up the street, we arr inclined to believe that a lot of '.trtied bystanders did the sam* thing. I he Weather WASHINGTON. June 17— (IPI —-Weather fore. ast for I astern Pennsylvania and New Jersey:    Partly cloudy tonight; Sunday fair not much ( flange in temperature. Western Pennsylvania:    Partlv cloudy tonight and Sunday not much change in temperature. JUDXX S TI MFLR XT! RES 6 a rn. ...... 7 a m....... « a rn. IO a. rn. 58 9    a    m.  si 58 ll    a    m.......64 59 Noon    ......... 68 60 I    p.    rn.    63 ;

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Publication: Chester Times

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Issue Date: June 17, 1933

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