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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - June 17, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE lONTZS ENDING DECEMBER 31 1932 57TH 17022 FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day Dally Leased Wire Reports of United Press UP and International News Service INSV U S PROPOSES TEN PER CENT CUT IN TARIFFS Plan Is Submitted to Eco nomic Conference in Form of Suggestion Asks All Nations to Enter v Into General Horizontal Slash CHESTER PA SATURDAY JUNE 17 1933 WHAT ARE THE WILD WAVES SAYING THIS CONGRESS STANDS ADJOURNED TWENTY PAGES PRICE TWO CENTS LONDON June States delegates to the World Eco nomic Conference proposed a sweep ing attack on tariffs and trade bar riers today In a written list of suggestions sub mitted to the economic commission of the conference the United States negotiators asked all nations to enter into a general horizontal cut of 10 per cent in tariffs It also proposed encouragement of bilateral tariff re duction agreements and extension of the truce whereby 41 nations repre senting 80 per cent of trade have agreed not to raise tariff bar riers while the conference is meeting The commission had invited all na tions to submit its proposals for world economic betterment Prime Minister J Ramsay MacDon ald received Secretary of State Cor dell Hull James M Cox and Senator Key Pittman of the American dele gation at a luncheonconference at his country home Chequers Many delegates regarded the engagement as significant having possible bearing on the impasse of negotiations for a cur rency stabilization agreement Later the party went to Windsor Castle to attend the garden party King George gave to conference dele gates Europes drive to force de facto stabilization of the American dollar to the pound sterling occupied the attention of leading delegates today Latest authoritative information led to belief the nations will attempt to avoid any open stabilization agreement or any formal announce ment by the negotiating American British and French bankers with the approval of their government Indications were on the other hand that the powers may merely permit 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 was reached various alternatives were discussed one of which anticipated at tainment of monetary stability within a few days The other dealt with abandon ment of hopes for stabilization until prices levels rise but apparently was overboard owing to fears that such a course might take so Jong the conference would be forced into a camouflaged recess HEAVY DEALINGS IN OIL STOCKS YORK June except gold mining issues NEW Stocks advanced fractions to a point in an active opening today Oils were heavily dealt in at higher prices vprices reflecting increased gasoline The gasoline advances were made to make up the 1i cent a gallon federal tax imposed under the new industrial recovery act However most companies added li to 1 cent to that figure Standard of New Jersey firmed up to 35 VS up and small gams were noted in Continental Phillips Atlantic Refining Consoli dated and Texas Corporation Ohio Oil rose nearly a point to 14 Steel Common opened 1500 shares it up Allied ChemicalllS Chrysler 2711 up i Kenne is up American Telephone 12o up ii Union Pacific 1081 un changed General Motors up American Power Light 13 s upl1 United Aircraft up Johns Manville up General Electric at up cofcc SHORTER HOURS AND MORE PAY Industrial Administrator in PERSONS BITTEN BY VICIOUS DO First Talk Warns of Danger of Relapse CHICAGO June v danger of an economic relapse in this a seveie wound Three persons were treated in Taylor bspital Ridley Park yes terday 35 the result of dog bites William Oneida 13 of 214 Jansen avenue Essington was attacked by a stray dog just as he was leaving the postofnce at JEssington yester day afternoon The dog attacked in his knee critical stage of the depression unj A dog owned by Concetta Caporia less wages are brought into line with ascending prices was pointed out to the National Coal Association last night by General Hugh Johnson in his first public statement after his official appointment as administrator of the industrial control bill Shortly before General Johnsons brief extemporaneous address was relayed from Pittsburgh a working code by which the coal industry will operate under the control bill was accepted by 19 of the nations lead ing operators Johnson was en route to Chicago from Washington by plane to ad dressthe coal operators when a dense fog forced the pilot to land at Pitts burgh Arrangements were made for trans mitting the address to the association meeting by radio and Johnson spoke without a manuscript The President today signed the re c very bill and appointed me the ad ministrator he said It is a re sponsible position and I accept it with 50 years old of Sixth and Swarth PRESIDENT OFF ON VACATION To Forget Cares of Office for 20Day Period Plans Cruise Off Maine Coast i BOSTON June train Piesulent Roosevelt into Mew England for the start of his vacation cruise arrived at South Sta tion here at 832 u m ABOARD ROOSEVELT SPECIAL TRAIN ENROUTE TO BOSTON June sailor Prcsidcnil Franklin D Roosevelt for got the of office today 13 he j looked forward with boyish enthusi asm to a cruise that will carry him to scenes of longpast happy dnys j Vigorous and apparently unmarked by the terrific strain of the last three j months saw a gigantic legis pioprim whipped into hape ihe nations chief executive boarded a special train at Union station in Wasmngton last mqht on the first j leg ot a 20div hohdnv that will teim in July Mr Roosevelt accompanied by his son James George Bnggs and John Cutter nil of Boston expects to set sail tomorrow aboard the trim schooner Amberjack II from Marion Mass for n leisurely sail the Massachusetts and Maine coasts to Campobello the Roosevelt summer home just across the New Brunswick boundary It was the same old Mr Roosevelt who enmunrd at Washington for the I trip smiling and carrying his cares I of state lightly He boarded his priv ate car to the cheers of dozens of admirers who huddled together in a downpour of rain to bid him goodbye Wearing a panamn hat and a grny double breasted suit the President waved a cheery farewell before posing before a battery of cameramen Once in his stateroom on his priv ContinuccI on Last BRINGS HIS RECORDS WITH HIM Anniversary ofOrdination in 1883 to Be Observed Next Wednesday AWARD UPHELD BY COURT Bishop ministry 50 years ago wnr Judge Samuel L Reed of Cambria county has written a decision up j holding n verdict of awarded Florence M Stamp of Mnlvcrn I last February for injuries she rc avenues Polsom broke loose be commemorated at His ordination to the deaconate of ceived in an automobile accident the Protestant Episcopal Church will Mrp Stamp and her husband tacked the woman inflicting a severe wound in her right elbow The same dog LI short time later attacked Salvad Do Saitz nine years old who lives near Sixth and SwarLh more avenues Polsom His left thigh and right leg were badly bitten St Walnut streets cele Philadelphia Wed nesday at 11 a m when he will be the celebrant at Holy Communion Clergy and laity of the Diocese of Pennsylvania win attend A luncheon will follow in the Penn Athletic Club at 1245 p m Major General William G Pries Jr ac counting warden of St Pauls church Llewelyn sued John Martin Upper Darby business man following u collision between automobiles op erated by the two men A jury awarded Mrs for permanent injuries she sustained lo her right leg and awarded the husband An appeal was taken and a new trial was asked on the grounds that EDGAR A DAVIS TAKES STAND IN COUNTY PROBE Former U S Agent Brings Brief Case Filled With Records the center is a mystery the verdict Reed holds excessive Judge the verdict was this city of which Bishop Taitt was 1 Proper and refuses the1 motion Wil liam C Alexander was attorney for the Stamps GangstersAttempt to Free Outlaw Being Returned to Leavenworth reef or when he was elevated to the Episcopacy will be the principal speaker Very Rev Stanley R West dean of the Norrlstown convention WHEELS OF TROLLEY will act as toastmaster Bishop Taitt served three parishes in his long ministry In ad dition to his rectorship of old St Pauls for more than 35 years h was assistant rector at Old St Peters Third and Pine streets Philadelphia KANSAS City Mo June men were killed and a sixth solemn regard The President aso was wounded in a gUnWtUein From gave the country his policy govern ing this work The act is a charter of a new industrial selfgovernment for this country I think we would have come to such a step even if we never had had a depression It is the dislocation of the today The battle gangsters tc Oklahoma yT the attempt between what we produce and our prison from which he power to buy and consume which makes and prolongs a depression What we have here for the first time s a chance to keep production and The gangsters opened fire on the officers as they crossed the sidewalk in front of the Union Station Bullets sprayed the front of the ARREST CRASH OF AUTOS A motor crash at Woodlyn last Sun had its sequel at a further hear ujit Ai viiu Ul LJ it t s w purchasing power m this country i station Lives of manv on the side1 ng i5eforc Magistrate Raymond Hood more nearly in step with each walk were imperiled by the up 22 up iJA 34 and Montgomery Ward and they are far out of step today fire of bullets of atAcritical stagej The gangste 01 the depression Improvement is i bullets felled several of the on here beyond a doubt But prices have I guarding Nash before they could cross in test night When Dr John k i B Garapoulis Baltimore avenue near The gangsters struck suddenly and street West officers rc Phla f Heishts Philadcl Chester SEVER MANS LEG Louis Tinketl Negro 57 years old of Forrester avenue Darby is in Del aware County Hospital with his left leg amputated the result of being run over by a trolley car at the Darbv loop of the Philadelphia Rapid Tran sit Company Main street above Ninth early last evening He is bc heved to have fallen under the wheels of the car Tinkett was rushed to the hospital in the Darby police car by Patrol men Dibclcr and Cooper An emer gency operation was performed in an effort to have the life of the man whose condition at the hospital this morning was reported as serious NUMBER JudgcFronefield StatesNo Leniency WillBe Shown Those Convicted FOR TOWNSHI John J Schiedel head of the ac Continued on Last Pagc New York Shippbpuilding reached i MOTORIST FAILS TO new high for the year at up 1 on predictions all the countrys shipyards soon would be in full oper ation on the governments new ship building program Building stocks mounted on pros pect of early launching of the gov ernments vast construction plans Utility issues were strong and fairly active Rails held steady on ex pectation of another favorable car loadings report Amusements were better Coppers continued their rise begun late yesterady In the gold mining Homestake lost points and others were down small amounts During the early trading prices held around the opening in the majority of issues Volume Cotton forces eased off dollar a bale Bonds with a The dollar was steady to terms of foreign exchange A hearing scheduled for 630 Thursday evening failed to material ize when the defendant a Wilming ton Del motorist failed to appear at the office of Magistrate John ODonnell of Marcus Hook to answer a charge of reckless driving pre ferred by Alex McClure and Leon Blizzard members of the ambulance crew of the Marcus Hook Fire Com pany No 1 UIITI the fire Three of the dead were Otto Lced sheriff of McAlister Okla and two Kansas City policemen Nash was arrested in Hot Springs i PTJUS into the motor truck Ark after he had been trailed there by government agents Fearing an underworld attempt to free him and department of Upper Darby Purchasing j TheautomolMleowLibyDnSS Court Directs Local Police Official to Investigate Prisoners Allegation ConsidxMublecxcilcmenl wns created in court at Media yesterday when a Negro of this city who had previously pleaded guilty to selling numbers told Judge John M Broomall and I m golns io lct thcsc SThomris Mot the backers cluinkcn drivers escape he said I of the numbers game included Aaron when asltcd by an attorney to bo j SchulU CortlancI Wright and In sentencing several men for driv ing suitoinobiles while under the in fluence of intoxicating liquor Judge W Ilotfer Fronefiold yesterday issued a stem warning that no leniency will be shown to persons convicted of the ing to do all that is possible to break up this dangerous practive in Dela ware County Robert McGinty of the 300 block E Twelfth street this city was given a Hiuding 08 of 783 Centnvl t John avenue named Tom Carney as the man to whom he paid1 his money Look thorn up captain Judge Bailey said to Superintendent of H scntcd by Attorney M 3 Reps He appeared yesterday for sentence Judge Bailey told Harding his sen tence would be deferred pending an investigation of his testimony by Jesse Chism of Pappas of Locust street Phil who was in Dr Tlie appointment achieves one of the objectives of civic organizations that protested against the financial administration of the school depart ment in public meetings a few weeks the officers boarded a tram for Kan sas City JURY 0 REACH AGREEMENT After deliberating fortyfive hours who was in the truck suffered in jures which were treated at Taylor Hospital After the hearing at Folsom Dr Garapoulis who is known by the sob riquet of King of the Greek School of the Pennsylvania WEEKLY JTJ R of hikes are proving popular was with members of the Chester Boys in custody by chief of county Club Every detectives q N Smith on a charge I bcr of the boys of maintaining a bavdy house He j house Third and Kerlin iJU ivt1 u a jury feiled to was discharged by Davidson the September term of court and m i number was obtained and a summons wife of thr issued for the offender AUCTION SALE OF REAL ESTATE months to three years sentence j Police Dermmport of Chester who n the County jail and fined and sat in the cotrtroom Peking an j Plardlnp had been arrested James i 20 by private detective P Park was i and pleaded guilty before Judge BaUey to jail for a on Wednesday whan he ronre period of two months to two yonrs for the same offense And otherof fenders fared no better before other judges Four Negroes were given jail terms one in the penitentiary for highway robbery on the night of April 10 Juiljc Baileys Sentences when Nascaro Napoleno ngcd ChasHiram White asailor was lined ter iiftgnts resident was beaten and j 5100 and sent to jail for a term of rooocd by a band of Negro men and i sx months to one year despite his women Lewis Warwich of South plea to be placed on proba Media alleged leader of the group tion to aid him in keeping sobnr was fined S100 and costs and sent to White pleaded guilty to stealing the Eastern Penitentiary for 3 to 10 clothing from a Chinese laundry in years Elmer Boyer Concord was Marcus Hook while under the influ fmcd and given 1 to 2 years in once of liquor but said the clothing the courrty jail and two girls Ellafhnd been returned Braclway of Chester and Eva Boyer When Francis Morris 16 of Hitrh of Chadds Ford were each fined land Park and Norman Morelll 16 ana costs and put away for a period j of Llannreh appeared for sentence wtrc confronted with fresh Continued on Last charges of burglaries The youth iniul pleaded guilty torob WlDOW OF ASTOR lbinR a chain storeat Concord avc jnue and State road Upper Darby Continued on Last Pajje Only Few Witnesses Heard So Far Many More to Be Called Next Week Keyes Explains Conspiracy Law Many persons interested in the federal probe into alleged corrupt conditions in this county arc dis cussing the law of limitation con cerninff the alleged crimes investi Most of those who will be in dicted It is expected will face the charge of conspiracy or evasion of jniynurnt of income lax Special Deputy Attorney General Chct A Kcycs in1 Philadelphia ex plained the law covering conspir acy us it may apply to liquor cases when it was suggested that the law limitation was inoperative after three years H is true that the law of limita tion m conspiracy operates for three years he said hut the time the conspiracy is fixed by the most recent proved overt act If this occurred say on July 1 three years ago and linked into conspir acy of a previous dale the limita tion would not be effective The third day of the Federal Grand Jurys probe into this countys vice graft and politicalunderworld links yeslcrclny developed evidence that n A Kcyes cieputy States Attorney General and One of the star witnesses before the nqulsltors yesterday was Edgar A Davis one time prohibiton agent nter a private detective who ngurcd a scries of liquor raids in com Iormcr ConsLable D Har a bricr with records of privileged bootleggers Davis attracted wide at Continued on Tage Ten LOCAL SHOWERS FOR WEEKEND Partly cloudy skies with not much change m temperature are predicted toclay and tomorrow in Eastern Penn sylvania New Jersey Delaware and Local showcrs are pos The highest temperature here yes Icraay was 69 degrees at 3 p m and the lowest was 58 at 3 a m Tho average of 64 was eight degrees below normal for the date and twelve de grees below the average June 16 last year Maximum temperature for the date is 06 established in 1913 and minimum 50 in 1884 The sun rises today at and sets at The moon rises at a m and sets at p m Sunrise today was at a m ind sunset will be at p m Eastern Daylight Saving Time RECEIVE SAD MESSAGE Word has been received at tho Young Womens Christian Associa tion offices Seventh and Sproul TtrccLs of the death of Mrs Louis D Bliss mother of Miss Katharine BUss former girl reserve and indus trial secretary of the association which occurred at her home 209 racoma avenue Tncoma Park Wrfsh npton D C She had been ill for he past year Miss Bliss who was popular among he members of the local Y w C A from her position last fall o be with her mother during her llness HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY United Press YOUTH VICTIM IDENTIFIED Iseedles he and two of his friends I stationed themselves l b Ul Needles home on several and saw the couple in occasions Demand Ran som Promise Not Kept AT CONNAUGHT PARK Vespa Roujrh B3y Disapprcvrd streets Philad lph late Thursday and taken to the Philadelohia Gen eral Hospital mght as William Richards 19 of 349 i Blanchard road Drexe Hili 3PERSONs HURT IN TRIPLE CRA SH Paul Man Conducted in Odd Temple Many Take Part in Bidding business was held f6r ran kidnapers who police in the giant real estate auction conducted by Joseph P Day which opened yesterday afternoon in Odd Fellows Temple Eighth and REPORTED ENGAGED ROME June Tosca ManetlJ Fiennonte the wife of the boxer Enzo Ficrmonte now in Amer ica is Quoted Jn nn interview in ihe newspaperPopolp di Roma today to j the effect that her husband is Krck i mg a divorce to wed Mrs William j Dick the former Mrs Madeline Force Astor widow of John Jacob Astor j Mrs Dick is in Reno reportedly seeking a divorce from her husband Senora Fiermonto was quoted iv willing not to contest the divorce providing she is granted to educate a child TREASURY BALANCE WASHINGTON June The Treasury net balance for June was Expenditures day were Customs receipts for rhc month through June 15 were Topics ofTi man of the e Orleanian Stroehnle with whom the Richards had left their nMht m a triple crash j suspected were led by a Sproul sLrcelsand was cpn Trr two other daring abi last evening ran high and with atotalof 36 of the going under the hammer concern for FLY FROM TEX AS Henry R Baxter in structor in aviation m the United Royal Weather clear track fast AT LINCOLN1 FIELDS Knife Halliard First Regi ment Broomshot Sons Hit Stella F Shoot Jacobs Ladder Tyrant Brilliant Rose Booms Pal Byphar Le Miserable Lamportc Lisheen Owen Sultry Wise Lee Dunes Co Air They read of the findingof nesia victim and the tion tallied with that of their missinT nephew Hospital authorities allowed them to take Richards home LTKES FOREST ARMY LIFE Meyer Bierson formerly of West Third street who was the first of the residents of this city to enlist in the Civilian Consarva lion Corps has written to friends Vy 1 VXWfty 1 1 f t j ftj VY i J Royar Treasure Fill In Klcvette i here from Lubach Blameless Kari Ston Martin Batty IWeather cloudy track fast 30 miles from Emporium Pa where he is now sta tioned in a reforestation camp Bierson says he is having a good time getting plenty to eat and en joys the work He says the past days have been quite cool in the mountains T 1 Vi uijnvi SlaCos Army and a former resident macnme driven by Paul Ditt expressed today after the lhe total amount of the days trami of Chester now stationed San Bryn Mawr Hos Capers failed to keep a Contact they actions was The auction i Antonio Tex is planning to fly from by j arranged for 5 oclock last night The wzl1 today at 2 San Anconio to Twin Oaks the last as abductors who seized Hamrri Pm and p m of the month Baxter who will be ac companied by Mrs Baxter and their son Harry R Baxter Jr will visit t one driven to return that HaroldGrammage 1003 Old Lancas ter road Bryn Mawr turning it over day from his office to his home had twice Grammages car struck threatened to kill the yount miilion other driven by Michael Fanning 43 aire unless ransom was paki quickly of 36 Echo road Bryn i News of the kidhapinc was not Mrs Norman Burton 624 Overhill made public until ate last nieht af road Ardmore Park a passenger in ter William Dunn business manager Grammages carr suffered brain conof the brewing company and police cussion and lacerations of the scalp jyeceivcd a communication froni the GET ENGINEERS DEGREES TvTf Delaware county young men are among those who received their degrees at the commencement exor cises of Rcnsselacr Polytechnic In stitute Troy New York They are Karl Buhre WInsmore of Ridlcy Park who received a degree of Civil Engineer and Charles Cadwallader Gray of Wayne who received the i degree of MechanicalEngineer 1 kidnapers arid a note from Harom himself saying Do as they tell you Police suspected Verne Sarkey sought as the plotter behind the kid naping of Haskell Bohn here just a year ago and of Charles Boettcher II in Denver1 Orders to shoot Sankev Properties sold wercas follows 825 West Second street twostory brick dwelling to Joseph Fellnick for No 154 Parkway avenue brick bungalow Lo Harold Chalmers at S6100 No 612 Mcllvaine street threestory stone and cement dwell ing to Thomas McKnight at No 515 East Twelfth street two story brick dwe3 ling to Gustav Kllen at No 1420 Hancock street twostory dwelling stucco and brick to John Boyle a No 213 East Tenth street twostory brick semidetached dwelling to Ormonde on Burseyat No 1206 West Ninth siaiht i street twostory brick dwelling to Wassel Oynsck at S1550 No 215 East Tenth street twostory brick Pa Continued on Last Charles Longbotham Jr who on the Longbotham estate on Bethel road Twin Oaks FOREIGN WAR VETS PARADE ALLENTOWN Pa June the election of officers and choice of a 1934 convention city as the only unfinished business the fourteenth annual convention of the Pennsylvania department Veterans of Foreign Wars was scheduled to end here today with a parade Henry Grab of Harrisbun the senior vice commander stood unop posed for election as state commander Babsons Letter Shows Optimism We recommend a careful read ing Babsons weekly the Stock Rise Justified on page 5 of todays Timers We do riot know certainly whether Mr Bab sons deductions will come to pass but fundamentally hir reasoning scorns sound and therefore is worthy of your consideration The Babsonchrat shows that em ployment busfness and general industrial activity are currently better thanin June a year ago than business is fundamentally beter and that the present opti mlsUc Reeling Ls justified In 1029 business volume was 23 per cent above normal and today it is 29 per cent below Today we arc do ing 59 per cent Icvi volume of busi ness than we were in 1929 But the increase in the steel industry has risen to 45 per cent of ca pactiy from the low point of Iz per cent of capacity Building textiles leather and numerous other business activities are fast showing the first sign of revival since 1929 While we may not locally see definite signs of a business recov ery some of our industries are on full time and others are booking orders But from a national view point there arc very definite signs of a business recovery Patience Is generally rewarded and you will be agreeably surprised how swiftly ah era of depression can turn into a period of prosper ity The Babsonchart now stands at 14 per cent above a year ago A witness got a kiss when he ar rived in Federal Court yesterday A number about whom he talked are due for a kiss when they get there Dispatches say London Economic Conference is a veritable babel of tongues with delegates speaking English French German Spanish Russian Chinese and other lan guages The difficulty however lies in trying to get them to talk Turkey University of Utah professor urges that a course in courtship be given m high school In lotsof high schools this just comes naturally Now that the huge public works bill has finally passed it looks like President Roosevelt is getting ready to give unemployment the works Dr E A Hoopton of Harvard an nounces plans for a survey to deter mine if American peopleare 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 that a gas explosion in a western town tore up the street we are inclined to believe that a lot of startled bystanders did the sama thing Weather WASHINGTONV June Weather forecast for Eastern Penn sylvania and New Jersey Partly cloudy tonight Sunday fair not much change in temperature Western Pennsylvania Partly cloudy lonfffht and Sunday not much change m temperature TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m58 9 a 7 a m58 11 a 64 8 a m 59 Noon 10 a m 60 1 p   

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