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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - June 20, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                             DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE 10NTSS ENDING DECEMBER 31 1932 FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH 17624 Daily Leased Wire Reports of United Press UPi and International News Service INS CHESTER PA TUESDAY JUNE 20 1933 PRICE TWOCENTS U S TOFOLLOW UNIFIED PLAN IN CONFERENCE Splits on Policy at Eco nomic to Be Avoided in Future Delegates Await Arrival of Moley Baruch in Latters Place Here LONDON June United States delegation to the World Ecnomic Conference agreed in a meeting today to follow a unified and common program it was learned to day Aware of criticism in the London Press and among conference delegates Senator James Couzens told his fel low delegates that it was necessary to avoid in the future any splitting on American policy the United Press was told Couzens declared America had to decide whether it was pur suing a nationalist or an internation alist economic policy The informant predicted a new unity in the delegation following what appeared to be several about face during the last four days The delegates awaited eagerly for the arrival from the United Statesof Professor Raymond Moley assistant secretary of State feeling that he alone would be able to speak for President Roosevelt Some uneasi ness was caused however by the general feeling that he favored a policy of economic nationalism we have an undersecretary Instead of merely a secretary of state at the Geological Museum it appears the American delegation will be able to speak officially for the first time the influential financial news said The press pointed out that Ameri can treasury experts had agreed in principle to Tiefacto dollar stabiliza tion but President Roosevelt imme diately rejected the scheme that Sen ator Key Pittman delegation mem ber repudiated tariff cut proposals sent to the Ecoiiomic Commission by Secretary of State Cprdell Hull dele gation head that Pittman proposed h a resolution that included dation for stability in the interna tional monetary field as quickly as possible and that his statement was quickly followed by a Washington announcement that stabilization was SKIPPER ROOSEVELT JOLLY CREW SET SAIL ON BOUNDING MAIN a If i j IW1 U S SPEEDING PLANS TO BOOM ITS INDUSTRY Increased Wages Shorter Working Hours More Jobs in Program Proposed Code Organi zation Formed NineYearOld Girl Turns Rum Sleuth Causes Police Raid His hand on the helm of a seagoingcraft instead of the ship of state President Roosevelt is pictured with members of on the schooner Amberjack II as he set out from Marion Mass on his vacation cruise Between the President and his son James in bi ack is Paul Rust owner of the schooner TRUAX TRIAL ON SECOND DAY Introduction of Stock Dealings Chief Evidence Cases The second day of the trialof W Nelson Truax former banker of this city on the charges of embezzle ment fraudulent conversion false entries and false pretenses opened today before Judge John M Broomall at Media TWO INJURED IN WEST END CRASH Lawrence Gressmer 23 of 2017 West Seventh street was taken to the Chester Hospital this morning oclock suffering with a broken left ankle sustained when a motorcycle on which he was riding on the rear scat collided with an automobile at Third and Perm streets The machine on which Gressmer was riding was being piloted by Elmer Street of 721 Jeffrey street and was traveling east on Third street As the vehicle neared the intersection of Penn street an automobile driven UPPER DARBY SHAKEUP LOOMS by Carnival Man on Graft Payments Calls for Action In attempt to save her father from death by alcoholism a nineyear eld girl turned detective lasfc night purchased a pint of moonshine whis key for 25 cents and later had the persons who sold it to her raided The child was Sadie Zadwaski 727 Caldwell street who walked into po lice station lost night with the bottle she purchased She handed it to De j tective Seaman while she sobbed out tale about her father WASHINGTON June Increased wages shorter working hours spreading out of employment are provided in the first code of fair competition formally proposed under President Roosevelts program for planned and controlled industry The first proposed code submitted by the Cotton Textile Industry pro vides for an increase of approximately 30 per cent in wages for a large part of the industry and a reduction of approximately 20per cent in working hours Minimum SCHOOL BOARD APPROVES CUT IN TEACHERS WAGES Twelve and onehalf Per Cent Slash by State Permitted Smedley School Clause on Salary Agreement Is Ruled Out wages I in textile mills would be fixed at weekly inthe bomB nn south and weekly in the north and cqsts Forty hours would be the maximum work week These provisions would aooly to all workers except appren tices cleaners and outside employes The code was studied earnestly to day as an indication of how the revo lutionary industry control plan will be applied The textile industry was the first to submit its code officially Other industries such as coal steel and rubber soon will swing into line in this great economic adventure The textile code must obtain the approval of Hugh S Johnson admin istrator of the industrial control prb ram and ultimately of President Roosevelt Public hearings will be in June 27 with employers work rs and consumers being given an ipportunity for suggestions or criti whom she said was continually drunk nnd abusive to his family After giving the details she left Immediately RV warrant was sworn out and a raiding squad composed ofCaptain of Detectives Fccney De tectives Seaman and Hardman and Patrolman James Owens went to the home of John and Sophie Niemies in the 700 block on East Eighth street where they confiscated considerable moonshine aaid part of a still They found Niemies stretched out on the kitchen floor and the father of the child who caused the raid with him All three were arrested Arraigned in police court this morning Niemies and his wife were each held in bail for court and ltno natter of cuts to school dis Stanley Zadwaski who was charged tricts in need to the determination Under authorisation given to the local school board on Friday when President Larkin with Superinten dent Ward nnd his assistant Samuel Miller visited Dr J N Rule State superintendent of education at Har risburg the directors last evening ap proved a twelve and onehalf per cent cut in the teaching salaries in ihe school district at an adjourned session held In the Larkin building Broad and Crosby streets The cut allowed under the new rule of giving BERT READING IS CALLED BEFORE LLSGRAND JURY County Chauffeur and Fourth Ward Political Figure Causes Surprise Government Checking Bank Accounts on In come Tax Probe was fined Truax who is 52 and lives at 34 i bY F B Wills of Upper Darby East Twentythird street is charged I salesman shot into the highway in rv i primarily with making purchases of Continued on Page Seven i ST 4 stock in the name of the Chester TRIHI CLUB GIRLS IN thc path of the motorcycle Both drivers tried to avoid the Girls of the TriHi Club of the Y W C A concluded their seasons activities last evening when with their friends they enjoyed a spec tacular nautical ball which was held in the gymnasium of the Y W CX A Seventh and Sproul streets The couples who were regaled in gay pirate and other nautical cos tumes danced amid decorations which gave the room the true ap pearance of the deck of a sailing ship at sea The walls were decorated with a background of blue sky and below the deeper shade of greenblue water Life preserver rings were fastened here and there about the walls of the room which were sur rounded with a ships railing The stage upon which the orchestra in sailors costumes was seated also had a rail and a sea scene as a back ground giving the impression of the poop deck of a vessel At the door way of the room there was a real gangplank borrowed from one of the local shipyards Cambridge Bank and Trust Company accident The machines collided as and putting the profits into his own i the automobile reachd about midway private bank account He was secrei of the intersection and before Wills tary and assistant treasurer of the I could bring ifc to a stop it had crossed financial institution until January of rphlrrt cfvonl tbo clrio this year Truax was arrested on April 25 on a warrant sworn out by r William J McCuen examiner of the left aid struck the automobile about L i i j iV o Vic rvi o KI a rurt RESTAURANT MAN Third street to the north side In trying to avoid the collision Street swerved his machine to the State Banking Department the middle and his machine tumbled The commonwealths chief witness I over in stfeet Gressmer was able yesterday president was Douglas of the bank j R Faith who spent more than an hour identifying some 73 statements and other the common wealth will use in its attempt to prove its case Was it proper for an officer to purchase securities in the banks nameand take the profits without Continued on Page Seven TIRE EXPLODES Thomas Kolocoeolia 43 16 North Ninth street Darby proprietor of a restaurant in the terminal of the Southern Pennsylvania Traction Company Darby was badly beaten George E Reeder 21 chief engineer of the Chester Township Fire Com pany No 1 sustained severe injuries to both arms legs right knee and face when a tire that he was inflating burst yesterday hurling a rim through the air and knocking him several feet Reeder had been making some re pairs to the tires on the apparatus of that company and had driven the truck to a service station at Ninth and Engle streets where the accident occurred to extricate himself from the over turned motorcycle andsat street for fully ten minutes before he was taken to the Chester Hos pital where he was admitted for treatment Street suffered an abra siorivpf the lower left arm which was treated by a local physician Wholesale dismissals of policemen in Upper Darby looms as the result of a squawk by Max Gruberg carnival promoter who charges that he was shook down for by police and constables while showing in Upper Darby last week Gruberg talked after he and two of his concessionnaires were arrested on warrants charged with operating gambling devices He is slated for a hearing tomorrow night before Justice of the Peace Acheson at Millbourne Two probes loom as the result of Grubergs story One will be made by members of the Good Government League of Upper Darby and the other by Constable John M L Kerns who Gruberg v mass the civic or ganizations of the township has been called for this evening It will hi held in the municipal building at LAWNS AT CEMETERY Ratings for the month will be re Continued on Page Seven DESTROYED BY FIRE Fire of undetermined origin de stroyed a story and a half garage in corded tomorrow by agricultural the rear of the property of George perts who will check the progress of the experimental lawn turf beds whicli are located near the home of Su perintendent Joseph Jefferies in the Chester Rural csmetery Those who will make the records are Charles K Hallowell the Mont gomery County Agricultural Extension agent of State College Joseph Schwab of the Andora Nurseries H O Wilcox Agricultural Extension Agent of State College in Delaware county and Harry Wood of the Scott Arboretum at Swarthmore College The experimental plots have been m an attempted robbery near his home early today Kolocoeolia was on his way home treatment His condition was re at 2 a m when he was attacked he told police by a Negro man who struck him on the head with a black jack He lost consciousness and was found by policemen on the sidewalk He had S375 in his pockets which was not disturbed The restaurant proprietor said he remembered the fellow starting to search his pockets when suddenly he leaped to his feet and ran Police took Kolocoeolia to the Delaware County Hospital He was taken to the office of Dr entirely exposed to the weather and rnij havfi been uiven nn arhifirisl xvatpr Joseph DeMedio on West Third street where his injuries received ported better this morning The headquarters of the Chester Township Fire Company are located on the Chichester road west of Engle street Feltonville P S C APPROVES LOCAL SEWER JOB JACKIE COOPER GOES UNDER KNIFE HOLLYWOOD June 20 Jackie Cooper boy film actor underwent an operation for acute appendicitis yes terday The lad became ill about noon and was rushed to a hospital Surgeons said later his condition was good U S TREASURY BALANCE HARRISBURG June A contract between the Reading Com pany and the city of Chester for con struction and maintenance of a 24 inch concrete sewer under railroad tracks within the limits of Front street and on line of Clayton street in the llth ward of Chester bore the approval of the Public Service Com mission today have been given no artificial ing ROCKEFELLERS SON HAS OIL CO JOB Morris located on duPont street op posite Ridley Park High school shortly after 8 oclock this morning The fire was discovered by J H Eisle a tenant on the property Ridley Park and Milmont fire coni panics responded to the alarm whicl was tuined in by Eisle but they wer unable to save the building or the two autombiles stored there One o the cars was owned by Eisle who had allowed the insurance to laps on the machine a few weeks ago The other automobile was an old machine owned by Morris Nothing BAYONNE N J June Rockefeller Yale Uni versity student and son of John D Rockefeller Jr today went calmly about his task of learning just how the oil industry operates Young Rockefeller went to work in the personnel department of the Standard Oil Company of New Jer sey plant here where he plans to remain two weeks before going to the Elizabeth plant of the oil firm During his stay here he will oc cupy a S450 a week room at the Y M C A but the walls of standing the garage an ART EXHIBIT AT CHESTER HIGH PHILA ELECTRIC Submits Schedule to P S CM to Be EffectiveJuly 13 in This Area The proposed code is not an elab Drate document It recites the poses of the national recovery act Continued on rage Seven AGAIN ARRAIGNED An echo of an automobile accident n the First ward on May 29 when two small boys were injured as they were playing on the lawn of their ionic was heard in police court this morning when Mrs Anna Deufcsch 211 Sunnyside avenue was arraigned HARRISBURG June Three eastern Pennsylvania utility concerns offered voluntary rate re ductions in new tariffs they had on file with the Public ServiceCommis sion today On July 10 the citiens Gas Com pany furnishing in Stroudsburg and vicinity will charge a new mini mum rate of per month instead of the prevailing charge of Con sumers will be allowed 15 days instead of 10 to take advantage of the dis count payment plan The Philadelphia Electric Company serving Bucks Chester Delaware Lancaster and Montgomery counties submitted new tariffsto become cfTcc of the State superintendent and his committee will apply during the coming school year It was said by Mr Larkin that the group had gone to Harrisburg with a request for per mission to make n fifteen per cent cut and that the twelve and onehalf per cent figure had come as a com promise With the exception of the teachers recently excluded from the school force for next year the directors ap proved a motion that all teachers be advised of a renewal of their con tracts for the coming year with their salary arrangements to be computed upon cent the twelve nnd slash Under for a continued hearing The woman motorist is charged with assault and battery by automo bile having struck and seriously in iured Lawrence arid Joseph Trout small sons of Mr and Mrs Francis Trout 2418 Lindsay street One rier 1700 A von Philadel phia testified that she was sitting on the porch of her sisters home next door to the Trout home when Mrs Deutsch drove over the sidewalk and over three lawns before bringing the machine to a stop During her wild ride Joseph the younger child was struck and hurtled to the roadway The case was postponed until July 6 at the request of Attorney Norman Snyder counsel for Mrs Deutsch this being agreeable to E A Howell at torney for Mr Trout Under the seasonal contract the rate per thousand cubic feet in the first block is reduced from 75 cenU to 65 cents and in the second block from 65 cents to 50 cents The guar anteed seasonal minimum was redxtced from New rates filed by the Bangor Gas Company become effective July 10 onehalf per the motion approved each teacher is authorized to elect between the basic pay and the actual cash pay in determining what payment will be made to the teachers retirement fund Aquestion was raised by President Larkin concerning the teachers of UIP Smedley Junior High school He said that he had been advised by tele phone yesterday by the school princi pal Miss Margaret C Stetser that in the agreement signed this year by the teachers there had been appended to the Smedley agreement a clause that the additional exit accepted by the members of the teaching force last February and which will be taken by the teachers not receiving their final June stipulation was not to apply to teachers receiving a be ginners basic pay It was said that per month net to per month net The new tariff discount has increased to 25 cervts per feet on the first three steps in the rate 20 cents per 1000 cubic feet In the fourth step arid 15 cents per 1000 cubic feet in the last step Time for taking advantage of fchc discount pay ment plan was increased from 10 M 15 days The Public Service CommLssioa must decide whether consumercom Continued on Last INvge PREP SCHOOL BOYS TO STUDY ABROAD vNcxt Friday three prep school youths of section will join flftperi other American students New and depart oa the Olympic lor Eiigland their first stop on an educa tional tour under the auspices of ah International fellowship plan The boys from this area are Samuel D Clyde Jr son of Mr and Mrs Samuel D Clyde of Swarthmorc William Kent son of Mr and Mrs Bert Reading Negro chauffeur for William J MacCarter Jr district attorney of Delaware county was summoned before the Federal Grand Jury today in Philadelphia in its in vestigation of political corruption in this county Reading a leader in the Fourth Ward also is a deputy sheriff Federal agents conducting the in vestigation refuse to discuss their rea sons for summoning Reading The Negro chauffeur is the sec ond official called before the Grand Jury by the government Yesterday John Vance chief of police of Ches ter was called More than 30 witnesses were on hand today when the jury resumed sessions for the fifth day The first witness summoned by Chet A Keyes special assistant fco the U S Attor ney General was Charles Roberts a former aide to William Fahey who testified earlier in the hearings Rob erts followed Edgar A Davis former prohibition agent and selfstyled per sonal investigator for Senator Me Clure Keyes expressed satisfaction with the progress of the investigation to day and indicated the government felt confident they would secure nu merous indictments before the Grand Jury adjourns Records believed to cover banking transactions were introduced in evi dence yesterday which tends to prove that the government is going after several for false returns in filing their income tax In the governments efforts in dict the members of the supposed politicalgraft combine it is known that income tax records covering a period of several years have been studied by federal agents From an authoritative source close to the investigation1 it was learned that the mystery covered banking accounts of pertain suspected politicians These records were placed before the inquisitory panel by an unknown witness who entered the federal building two large boxes somewhat filing cases Shortly after this individual walked into the United StatesDis trict Attorney EdwardWellshe was immediately the jurors Five minutes later htf left without the plainants or the Philadelphia Electric L Kent of Merlon and f rnv cnti Gfn iTTTrtv l Company is responsible for the ma Continued on Pape Seven CLUB MEETING WASHINGTON June Treasury balance as of June 17 00809981744 enpenditures 13490 custom receipts HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RAGES TODAY United Press PHILA AREA MILK AT CONNAUGKT PARK Peck Spot Crest Neptune Verity Ballot Sun Fife Bounder Weather clear track fast Group Holds Rump Ses sion Protest at Washing ton Hearing i WASHINGTON June from the territory adjoining Philadel phia yesterday disagreed with the plan submitted to the Secretary of Agriculture fay the Interstate Milk Government in Income Tax Evasion Case Addresses Jury The twoday art exhibit which opened yesterday in the art room on the third floor of the Chester High school Ninth and Fulton streets will close this afternoon In the collection which Is the work of students in the school are sub jects done in oils water colors and crayons and the exhibit is open to the parents of the students and their friends Awards will be made this after noon The judges will be Miss Hazel Williams Edwin B Kelly and Mrs Clinton Furman The Roosevelt Civic Club will hold a very important meeting this eve ning in the Y M C A Building at Seventh street and Edgmont avenue Plans will be further perfected for the campaign to be waged next fall throughout the city and county A number of prominent speakers from the county and state will be on hand this evening to discuss problems of local and national im portance The need for local pre paredness and cooperation will be thoroughly gone into by these leaders in the Democratic party Committees will be appointed at this evenings meeting to handle all the details necessary in selecting a list of Democratic candidates to be presented for the approval of the county voters CHESS EXPERT SHOT HOLLYWOOD June Clifford Sherwood Los Angeles writer and chess expert shot himself police said today while they were seeking him in connection with the fatal shooting of Miss Gabriclle Andrieux young French modiste Sherwood fired a bullet into his head while driving through Burbank police reported He was expected to die AT FOLCROFT P 0 In referring to the induction of Jesse C Roberts newlyappointed postmaster of Folcroft reference wzts made from a news source which the Times considered entirely dependable to the fact that former Postmaster Stevens had refused to surrender the Washington so to do The attention of the publisher was called to the item find an investiga tion was made to ascertain exactly what had occurred Although for mer Postmaster Stevens declined to make any statement il was learned that his relations with the incoming appointee had been pleasant that he had required only that formal evi dence be produced that he was re lieved of the responsibilities of the office and that he had cooperated with his successor in every way to make the transfer as efficient and easy as possible WOMAN COMMUNIST DIES Stephen Oliver son of Stauffcr Oliver of Cymvyd All are Episcopal Acad emy students Last year under the arrangements governing the fellowship plan a group of British and French boys came to this country and lived with families adjacent to certain preparatory schools The same arrangement will prevail this for the American youths After spending a week at Oxford fchc Americans will go to London where they will be the guests of the Brltijh boys who came to this country last year Then they will go to Paris and will be housed outside of the city proper They will spend the mornings studying the French language and history and the afternoons DC devoted to inspections of art mu seums the battlefields andother edu cational and historical places The American party will return on the Majestic on August 21 boxes star witnesses IX Harvey Sykes Jose A Rumler and Edgar ADavisout1 of the way having told their story to the in Continued on Page Seven SHOWERS AHEAD SAYS WEATHERMAN COLWYN COUNCIL MEETS Summer may be accompanied by Jupiter Pluvius when it arrives at 521 p m tomorrow It will be partly cloudy and warmer today and tomor rovjj probably with showers tomor row afternoon or night in eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland The highest temperature here yes terday was 84 at 530 p m and tha lowest was 63 at 630 a mThe aver age of 74 was two degrees abova normal for the date and ten degrees above the average June 19 last year Maximum temperature for the date is 95 established in 1929 and minimum 55 in 1920 The sun rises today at 532 and sets at 833 The moon rises at 318 a m and sets at 655 p m Topics ofTames MOSCOW June Zetkln the grandmother of German Communism died suddenly last night in a sanatorium afc Archangel skoye suburb of Moscow Death was 3288 Marriages in Delaware NEW YORK June Charles E Mitchell sitting in a high place and wielding power such as few Princes possess committed a crime which was discovered only by acci Producers Association and nearly dent United States Attorney George threw the hearing held here into Z Medalie declared today in his clos pandemonium at the noon recess j ing argument at Mitchells trial on i Holding a rurrTi an un AT LINCOLN FIELD used office of the Department of Agriculture building under the lead ership of John S McConnell Chester County farmer the 250 farmers at tending aired their views on the mar ket agreement drawn up by the in terstate association The bone of contention was the fact that all agreed they had nothing to do with the contracts presented Le Bruyere Sis Agmes Chuck B I to them by the distributing organiza nrni tion and had no time in which to study the various phases for which the contract calls Upon resumption of the hearing in the afternoon they Red Fellow Sergeant Hill calculate Frank Grossman Salis bury Fire Old Lady Chagrin Fretful Ytfin Jumper Lion Hearted Weather clear track fast requested plan more tune to study the income tax charges Excoriating the former chairman of the National City Bank for wil fully evading his duties as a citizen Medalie told the Federal Court jury that the defendant had shown de liberate defiance of Public morals These prosecutions are not carried The Bureau of Census Washing1 this locality to prevent offandon ton D C in a recent report on j marriages suchas are marriage and divorce for Pennsyl vania in 1932 shows that Delaware county in 1932 had 3283 marriages be seriously that when men and women are united in the bonds of matri and in 1931 3616 marriages There j mony once considered holy they were 113 divorces in the county in j should not assume the step lightly 1932 and 134 in 1931 while 1932andi The Judge says marriage should 1931 each had one annulment in the not be a stepin and stepout ar county rangement and frowns upon the In Pennsylvania last year there was cuses which are made for untying the a total of 55947 marriages performed i matrimonial knot such as are made as compared with 59826 in 1931 rep1 in Reno rabble the prosecutor said opening his summation But when one man betrays the confidence reposed in him he has no right to say that he has been singled out for punishment He should take his punishment like a man Mitchell is a dynamic man You saw that when he sat in the witness The milk hearing in chair leaning over your railing and National Museum was attended by pouring himself into your hearts more than 400 persons all of them Continued on Page Seven There wasnt a lawyer in court who Continued on Page Seven resenting a decrease of 3579 or 65 per cent In 1922 there were 70239 marriages performed During the year 1932 there were 5317 divorces granted in the state as compared with 7241 in 1931 rep resenting a decrease of 1424 or 197 per cent In 1922 there were 6893 divorces granted The estimated popu Trial marriages to be abandoned at will are not encouraged by the county i jurist He believes that marriages should not be contracted without due thought that when solemnized they should stay put except under in tolerable conditions and that di attributed to Zetkin would month heart have disease Frau been 76 next At the June meeting of Colwyn borough council held last night at Colwyn town hall Third and Spruce streets a top dressing for Keystone avenue a thoroughfare which was paved last fall but was not com pleted on account of approach of bad weather was agreed upon The high way committee reported minor re pairs made to Frances street with other highways in the borough in good Condition Four arrests for minor offenses were reported by the police committee The rest of the meeting was taken up with routine business A Darby man suggests that Con gress be opened with music It is Opened and closed with chin music Sausage was substituted for a pig scheduled to make a parachute drop at Baltimore Housewives would like to see sausage take a drop in the butcher shops A Georgia woman who has lived to be 100 years old says she has never seen an automobile Probably that explains It NAZIS OUTLAWED DEBT REVISION Martial Law Declared in Some Sections Thirty Wounded by Bombs VIENNA June today as the government moved ener getically to eradicate the Austrian Nazi party The Nazis were ordered dissolved after a series of bombings and ter roristic outrages The cabinet was convinced the Nazis sought to over throw the government Police aug mented by the military began an im mediateroundup of Nasi leaders Foreign observers feared the dis States should be uniform lation of Pennsylvania on July 1 Judge MacDade thinks that condi 1932 was 9741000 and on July 1 ttlons In which he characterizes 1931 9700000 A table showing marriages divorces and annulments by counties for 931 as a menace and disgrace to the should not be tolerated by the American people and to overcome and 1932 shows that Delaware county this situation what is legal in Reno compares favorably with the other j in Nevada is not legal in Pennsyl counties in the small percentage of vania and many other States ad divorces and annulments granted as vocates uniform legislation by na comparcd with the number of martional regulation of divorces This riages i he says perhaps cannot be accom Judge MacDade who has disposed piished except by a Constitutional of many divorce cases in the past five amendment granting power to Con years said today he had striven in gress to legislate break in GermanAustrian relations strained since the cabinet began sup SET FOR MY NYm IN On NTsfirmo fn INatlOnS 10 to for Reductions If they investigate the case of thab upstate school board member who cannot read or write he can truth fully say he knows little A man seeking a divorce told the judge his wife threw three plates and three cups at him Although sha missed him he can figure how she can make a hit with him WASHINGTON June The last week in July was set today by this government as the tentative date for commencement of the debt revision parade of the nondefault ing nations before President Roose velt Those nations which have met their obligations in full or recog nized the validityof them by making at least partial payment will be given two or three days to advance their plea for drastic reduction of the eleven billion dollars owed this na tion France it was reiterated will be definitely barred unless it pays up Druggists report an increase in business Well with whisky to be had on prescription and beer on tap they should pick up somewhat An automobile horn that expressed the drivers mood has been invented in Europe It will probably sound the blues when the payment is over due University of Chicago graduate says an item set a new world record by skipping the rope 20010 times which only leads one to suspect that he got his training by skipping classes pressive action against the Austrian the on which it defaulted Nazis 10 days ago At Krems detachments of police and soldiers sought terroristic bomb ers believed to be Nazis under orders to shoot to kill anyone that at tempted to flee arrest or who chal lenged them the bombers threw hand grenades into a marching detachment of the Heimwehr yesterday wound Ing 30 Krems and the neighboring towns of Stein and Mautern were under martial law Public assembly was Continued on Page Seven in December and makes at least a partial payment on the June 15th instalment on which itao also defaulted The decision to limit the hearing of each individual nondefaulting debtor to two or three days was reached by Acting Secretary of State Phillips and Assistant Secretary of State Moley It is understood to have the approval of President Roosevelt They ought to be able to say all they have got to say in that time one official said We are only going to listen to them The Weather WASHINGTON June Weather forecast Eastern Pennsylvania Par tl y cloudy and slightly warmer in east portion tonight Wednesdayfain New Jersey Partly warmer tonight Wednesday fair and warmer Western Pennsylvania Generally fair tonight and Wednesday not much change in tsmjjerature TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m65 11 a m 71 7 a m65 12 noon 76 8 a m67 1 p m 74 9 a m68 2 p m75 10 a m 63   

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