Chester Times, June 20, 1933

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June 20, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - June 20, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOK TWELVE IONICS, ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1932 20,328 57TH YEAR—NO. 17,624. Dally L-a«*d Wire Report* of United Pr*'« <IT and International New* Se. vice GNS) (’HESTER, PA., TUESDAY. JUNE 20. 1933 ★ ★ ★ ★ With All Latest and Best News of the Day PRICE. TWO CENTS IL S. TO FOLLOW UNIFIED PLAN IN CONFERENCE Splits on Policy at Economic Parley to Re Avoided in Future Delegates Await Arrival of NI oley; Raruch in Patter’s Place Here LONDON. June 20- (UP)- The United States d legation to the World F lomic Conference abreed in a meeting today to follow a unified and common program, It was learned today. Aware of criticism in the London Pr^ss and among conference delegates Senator James Couzens told his fellow delegates that it was necessary to avoid rn th* future ant splitting on American polio, the United Press was told. Couzens declared America had to decide whether it was pursuing a nationalist or an internationalist economic policy. Th* informant predicted a now unity in the delegation following what appeared to be several about faces during the last four days The delegates awaited eagerly for the arrival from the United States of Professor Raymond Molev. assistant secretary of State, feeling that he alone would be able to speak for Pre ident Roosevelt. Some uneasiness was caused, however, bv the gene! a! feeling that he favored a policy of economic nationalism “Wh •' 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 American treasury' experts had agreed in principle to th-facfo dollar stabilization. but President Roosevelt immediately rejected the scheme, that Senator Key Pittman delegation member. repudiated tariff cut proposals sent to the Economic Commission bv Secretary of State Cordell Hull, delegation head; that Pittman proposed a resolution that included recommendation for "stability in th* international monetary field aa quickly as possible," and that his statement was quickly followed by a Washington announcement that stabilization was C ontinued on Page Seven TIS 1-111 <1.1 It (PRLS IN ‘NAUTICAL’ BALI, Girl., of th. Tri-Hi Club of thr Y Wf. C A. concluded their seasons activities last evening when with their friends they enjoyed a spectacular nautical ball which was held in the gymnasium of the Y W C. A . Seventh and Sproul streets. Th* couples who were regaled in gay pirate and other nautical costumes danced amid decorations which ga\e the room the true appearance of the deck of a sailing ship at sea Th* walla were decorated with a background of blue sky and below th* deeper bade of green-blue water. Life preserver rings w*re fastened here and there about the walls of the room which were surrounded with a ship's railing. The stage upon' which the orchestra in sailors' costumes was seated also had a rail and a sea scene as a background, giving the impression of the poop deck of a vessel, At the doorway of the room there was a real gangplank borrowed from on* of the local shipyards RESTAURANT MAN BRATEN BV RORRER SKIPPER ROOSEVELT, JOLLY CREW SET SAIL ON BOUNDING MAIN <0*0    HST—; His hand on the helm of a sea going craft instead of the ship of state, President Roosevelt is pictured with members of his "crew" on tire sr hoc nor Amberjack II as he set oat from Marion, Mass., on his vacation cruise, Between the President and his son. James in Iii ack suraton, is Paul Rust, owner of the schooner. TRUAX TRIAL ON SECOND DAV Introduction of Stock Dealings Thief Evidence —Other Eases The second day of the trial- of VV Nelson Truax, former banker of this city, on the charges of embezzlement. fraudulent conversion, false entries and falsp pretenses, opened today before Judge John M Broomall, at Media. Truax. who Is 52. and lives at 34 East Twenty-third street, is charged primarily with making purchases of stock in tile name of the Chester Cambridge Bank and Trust Company and putting the profits into his own te hank account He was sccre-and assistant treasurer of the rial institution until January of year. Truax was arrested on 25 on a warrant sworn out by im J MeCuen. examiner of the Banking Department TWO INJURED IN WEST ENI) ( RASH Lawrence Gres'. West Seventh sir the Chcs'rr Hosj abouts ll 15 o’clorl broken left ankle , 23. of 2017 was taken to this morning iffering with a famed when a rf on which he was ar scat collided wi at Third and Penn s lune on which Or riding th ar priva tary finan this April WUU State motored on the automo The rn arn I ne on wnicn uressm was riding was l>eing piloted bv 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 of Upper Darby a into the highway in motorcycle, tried to avoid the machines collided as reachd about midway lion and before Wills ) a stop it had crossed UPPER DARBY SHAKEUP LOOMS ‘Squawk* by Carnival Man un (iraIt Payments Calls for Action I. S. SPEEDING PLANS TO ROOM ITS INDUSTRY Increased Waves, Shorter Working Hours, Moro Jolts in Urogram Textiles First to Submit Proposed ( ode; Organization Formed WASHINGTON, June 20 (UP* ( re axed w4ges. shorter working hours id a .spreading out of employment e provided in the first code of fair 'tnpetIlion formally proposed under reside t Roosevelt's program for armed ami controlled industry. Che firJ proposed code, submitted the Cotton Textile Industry pro-cfi s for an increase of approximately 1 prr cent. in wages for a large part th* industry and a reduction of >proximatel\ 20 per cent, in working rum urn wages in textile mills I tie fixed at $10 weekly in the i and 111 weekly in the north. hours would be Hie maximum week These nroviskms would to nil workers except appren-cleaners and outside employes 1 cod* was studied earnestly tots an indication of how the revolt rv industry control plan will iplied The textile industry was nst to submit its code officially r industries such as coal, steel libber, soon will swing Into line its great economic adventure. - textile code must obtain the ival of Hugh 8. Johnson, ndmin-or of the industrial control pro-. and ultimately, of President •Icit Public hearings will hr- Nine-Year-Old Girl I urns Rum Sleuth; Causes Police Raid In an attempt to sa\e her father from death by alcoholism, a nine-year cid girl turned detective last night, purchased a pint of moonshine whiskey for 25 cents and later had the persona who sold it to her raided The child was Sadie Zadwa.skI, 727 Caldwell street, who walked Into pollee station last night with the bottle .•he purchased. ct ne hen ma n w pat bet ic After RI Immediate out and a of Captain ald. was to his mg thr handed it to I>e-c she sobbed out scut her father, continually drunk SCHOOL HOAK I) BERT READING IS APPROVES CUT IN    CALLED BEFORE TEACHERS' WAGES;    U.S.GRAND JURY Twelve and one-half Per C ounty Chauffeur and Cent. Slash Permitted    Fourth Ward Political by State    Figure Causes Surprise Sm od ley School Clause on (Jnvernmcnt (hocking Salary Agreement Is    Rank Accounts on In- ive left vorn used De- and the deta iK warrant was t I cling squad rom] Detectives Feeney tm I yes Seaman and Hardman Patrolman James Owens, went t home of John and Sophie Ninnies, in the 700 block on East Eighth street, where they confiscated considerable moonshine and part of a still They found Ninnies stretched out on the kitchen floor and the lather Rilled Out come Tax Probe of the eh Ile him All t Arraigner morning N earh held i Stanley Za with being and costs d the ce were arvos ted in police < court w’tfr $! 0<)0 bail for con vitakt, who vv'i vs cl n inmate, wa: v fin) d wdh t hi Under authorization given to the local school board on Friday, when President Larkin with Superintendent Ward and his assistant. Samuel Miller, visited Dr. J N Rule, State superintendent of education at Harrisburg, the directors last evening approved a twelve and one-half per cent rut in the teaching salaries in the school district at an adjourned cession held in the Larkin building. Broad and Crosby streets The rut allowed under the new rule of giving the matter of cuts to school dis- I riels in need to the determination rtprt Reading. Negro chauffeur foe William J, Mm ("arter, Jr, district attorney of Delaware county, was summoned before th* Federal Grand Jury today in Philadelphia in its investigation of political corruption ta this county, Reading, a leader in the Fourth Ward, also is a deputy sheriff. Federal agents conductmg the investigation refuse to discuss their reasons for summoning Reading. The Negro chauffeur is the second official called before the Grand Jury by the government. Yesterday cd $p> of the Stat*- superintendent and his John Vance, chief of police of Ches- I h Hi tin Jim *rs and >pp un (7, with employers, work-msumrrs being given un for suggestions or rritl- by F. B Wilis salesman, shot the path of the Both drivers accident The the automobile of the intenser' could bring it ti Wholesale dismissals of policemen in Upper Darby looms as the result of a "aquawk" by Mix Gruberg, carnival promoter, who charges that he was "shook down" for $1500 by pollee and constables, while showing in Upper Darby last week. Gruberg talked after he and two { of his conce.isionnairrs were arr rn warrants char The proposed code is not an elaborate document I* recites the purposes of the national recovery act, Continued on Page srvrn WOM \N MOTORIST AOA IN ARR MONE!) An echo of an automobile accident in the First ward on May 29 when small boys W’ere injured as they playing on the lawn of I heir PHUA. ELECTRIC REDUCES RATES Submits Schedule to P. S. ( ., to Re Effective July l l, in This Arca HARRISBURG, June 20 (INS) Three eastern Pennsylvania utility Concerns offered voluntary rate reductions in new tariffs they had on file with the Public Service Commission today. On July lo the citizens Gas Company, furnishing gas in Stroudsburg and vicinity will charge a new minimum rate of $2 jxt month instead of the prevailing charge of $3 50 Consumers will bi* allowed 15 days Instead of IO to take advantage of the discount payment plan The Philadelphia Electric Company, ; serving Murks, Chester, Delaware, Lancaster and Montgomery counties, I submitted new tariffs to become effective July 13 Under the seasonal contract, the rate jar thousand ruble feet m th* first block is reduced from 75 renig lo 05 cents and in the ae cond block j from 6,> cents to 50 cents The guar- I anteed seasonal minimum was reduced committee will apply during ti mitng school year It was said by ter, wa; More called, than 30 witne: were on Mi Larkin that the group had gone    Unlay    fhe    jury    resumed t<i Harrisburg with a request for jjer-m las I on lo mske a fifteen i*»r rent. rut and that Ute twelve and one-half per rent. figure had come as a compromise With the exception of the leachers recently excluded from the school force for next year, the directors approved a motion that all teachers be advised of a renewal of their contracts for the coming year with their sessions for the fifth day. The first witness summoned by Chet A Keyes, special assistant to the U. S. Attorney General, was Charles Roberts, a former aide to William Fahey, who ti.stifled earlier in the hearings. Roberts followed Edgar A Davis, former prohibition agent and self-styled "personal investigator" for Senator McClure, Keyes expressed satisfaction auth Thomas Kolococolia. 43, 16 North Ninth street. Darby, proprietor of a restaurant in the terminal of the Southern Pennsylvania Tr art ion Company, Darby, was badly beaten in an attempted robbery ne home early today. Third street to the north side. In trying to avoid the collision Street .swerved his machine to the left and struck the automobile about the middle and hts machine tumbled over in the street. Gressmer wax able lo extricate himself from the overturned motorcycle and sat in the street for fully ten minutes before he was taken to the Chester Hospital where he was admitted for treatment. Street suffered an abrasion of the low'er left arm. which was treated by a local physician. TO CHECK TEST LAWNS AT CEMETERY Ratings for the month will be recorded tomorrow by agricultural experts who will check the progress of the experimental lawn turf beds which are located near the home of Superintendent Joseph Jefferies in tit • Chester Rural cemetery. Those who will make the records burst yesterday    hurling a rim    through    are Charles K Hallowell the Mont- the    air    and    knocking    him    several    ornery County Agricultural Extension fp0*    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 . entirely exposed to the weather and have been given no artificial watering. The commonwealth's chipf witness yesterday was Douglas R Faith, president of the bank, who spent more than an hour identifying some 78 exhibits checks, statements and other records—which the commonwealth will use in its attempt to prove I Us ease. “Was it proper for an offie*r to purchase securities in the banks name and take the profits without C ontinued nti rage Seven FIRE APPARATUS TIRE EXPLODES George E Reeder. 21. chief engineer of the Chester Township Fire Company. No. I. sustained severe injuries to both arms, legs, right knee and face when a tire that he was inflating wet with operating )lotl gambling devices He is slated for a hearing tomorrow night before Justice of the pence Acheron, at Millbourne Two probes loom as the result of Gruberg s story. One will br madp by members of the Good Government. I castile, of Upper Darby and the other by Constable John M L. Kern* who arrested Gruberg A mass meeting of the civic organizations of the township huns been phia. testified that she was sitting on rate; 20 cent* per 1,<M)0 cubic feet in heard in police court this morning when Mrs Anna Deutach, 2! I Sunnyside avenue, was arraigned for a continued hearing The woman motorist is charged fr°m HOO to $75 with assault and battery bv automo- New rates filed by the Bangor Gas bile, having struck and seriously in- Company become effective July IO jured Lawrence and Joseph Trout, Th# minimum bill ta reduced from small sons of Mr and Mrs Francis $3 50 per month net to $2 50 per month Trout. 2418 Lindsay street,    net. The new tariff discount has been One witness. Mrs Catherine Hoff.1 Increased to 25 cents tier I TMM) cubic tier. 1700 Avondale street, Philadel-. feet on the first three steps in the alary arrangements to    be computed    ,hf'    progress of the    investigation to- upon the twelve and    one-hair tier    day    and indicated    the government cent, slash. Under    the motion    ^    confident they    would secure nu- approved each teacher    Is authorized    me roux Indictments    before the Grand to elect lift ween tire basic pay and > Jury adjourns. the actual cash pay In determining Records believed to cover banking wiiat payment will be made to the transactions were introduced in evi-P arhers' retirement fund    dence yesterday, which tends to prove A question was raised by President that the government is going after ! alkin concerning th*- teachers of the several for false returns in filing their Sntedley Junior High school. He said Income tax. that he had Irocn    advised by tele-    In the government's    efforts    to in- phonc yesterday by    tire school    priori-    dict Hie members of    the supposed pal, Miss Mat gavot    st riser    that in    polltlral-grnft combine, it is    known the agreement stoned this year by the that income tax records covering a teachers there had been appended fiertod of several years have been to the Hmedley agreement a clause studied by federal agents. Hint Hie additional cut accepted bv From an authoritative source close the members of the tem bing force to the Investigation It was learned inst February and which will ire taken that the "mystery records" covered by Hic teachers not receiving their banking account! of certain suspected final June stipulation was not to jioltttclans. apply !•* teachers    receiving    a be-    The e* records were    placed    before ginners' basic pav. It was said that inquisitory panel by an unknown witness who entered t he federal building carrying two large boxes somew’hat similar to filing cases. Shortly after this individual walked Into the office of United States District Attorney Edward Wells, he was immediately taken before the jurors. Five minutes later he left without tho he d for this evening. It will in the municipal building ive at C ontinued on Page seven RIDLEN PARKE,ABAUE DESTROYED RY FIRE de being agreeable to E tome v for Mi Trout A Howell, at ROOSEVELT CIVIC CECH MEETING Reeder had been making some repairs to the tires on th* apparat as of that company and had driven th* truck to a .service station at Ninth and Engle streets, where the accident occurred. He was taken to the office of Dr r his Joseph DeMedio. on West Third street, where his injuries received Fire of undetermined origin stroyed n story and a half garage in the rear of the property of Ocorge Morris, located on duPont street opposite Ridley Park High school, fhortly after 8 o'clock this morning The fire was discovered by J, H Elsie, a tenant on the property. Ridley Park and Milmont fire companies responded to the alarm which was turned in by Elsie, but they were    seventh street unable to save th* building or the    plan iwo aiitombii'1' stored there One of    me campaign to    be    waged    next the ears was owned by Elsie, who    throughout the    city    and    county. A number of prominent shakers from the county and state will be on hand this evening, to discuss problems of local and national importance. The need for local preparedness and co-operation will be Hie porch of her sister's home, next the fourth step and 15 rents jier 1.0(H) dom to the Trout home, when Mrs cubic feet in the last step, 'rime for Deutach drove over the sidewalk and taking advantage of the discount pay-over three lawns before bringing th* m#nt plan wa* increased from IO to machine to a stop During her wild 15 days ride. Joseph, the younger child was The Public Service Commission struck and hurtled to the roadway must decide whether consumer-com-The rase was postponed until July pjalnant* or th** Philadelphia Electric 6. a* the request of Attorney Norman Company is responsible for the ilia* Snyder, counsel for Mrs Deut.srh, this I ontinued on I 'age Seven HARMONY STRESSED AT FOLCROFT P. 0. In The Roosevelt Civic Club will hold < very important meeting this evening In the YMCA Building, at and Edgmont avenue will be further jierfected for to th fall had allowed the insurance to laps* on the machine a few weeks ago. The oth*r automobile was an old machine owned by Morris. Nothing but the wall* of th* garage are standing. Kolococolia was on his wav home treatment Hi* condition was at 2 a. m when he was attacked, he ported better this morning re told police, by a Negro man. who struck him on the head with a black- The headquarters of the Chester Township Fire Company are locat*d jack. Hr lost consciousness and was ™ the Chichester road, west of Engle found by policemen on the sidewalk street, Fultonville. He had $375 in his pockets which was not disturbed. The restaurant proprietor said hp remembered the fellow’ starting to search his pockets when suddenly he leaped to his feet and ran. Police took Kolococolia to the Delaware County Hospital. JACKIE COOPER HOES UNDER KNIFE HOLLYWOOD. June 20 Jackie Cooper, boy film actor, underwent an operation for acute appendicitis yesterday. The lad became ill about noon and was rushed to a hospital. Surgeons said later his condition was good IT. %. I RE\>l RY BALANT I P. S. (’. APPROVES LOCAL SEWER JOH HARRISBURG. June 20 UNS)— A contract between th* Reading Company and the city of Chester for construction and maintenance of a 24-mch concrete sewer under railroad track* within the limits of Front .street and on line of Clayton street in the lith ward of Chaster bore the approval of the Public Service Commission today. ROCKEFELLER’S SON H AS OIL CO. JOH BAYONNE N J. June 20    1    INS* Winthrop Rockefeller, Yale University 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 Jersey plant here. where he plans to i ems in two weeks before going to the Elizabeth plant of the oil firm During his stay here he will occupy a *4 50 a wr*k room at th* Y M. C A AHT EXH HUT AT ( HESTER HIGH The two-day art exhibit which opened yesterday in the art room on the third floor ofthe Chester High school, Ninth and Fulton streets, will close this afternoon In the collection, which Is the work Of students in the school, are subjects done in oils, water colors and crayon1 and the exhibit is open to the parents of the students and their friends Awards will tx made this afternoon Th* judge* will be Miss Hazel William- Ed ^ in B Kelly and Mrs Clinton Furman ferring to the induction of Jesse C Roberts, newly-appointed postmaster of Folcroft, reference was made, from a news source which the Tunes considered entirely dependable, fart that former Postmaster Stevens had refused to surrender th** office until specifically directed from Washington so to do The attention of the publisher wa* called to the item. and an investigation was made to ascertain exactly what had occurred. Although former Postmaster Stevens declined to rghly gone Into bv th*,se leaders make any statement, it was learned that his relations with the incoming appointee had been pleasant, that he had required only that formal evidence be produced that he was relieved of the responsibilities of the thor in Hie Democ rat lr party Committees will lie appointed at this evening's meeting to handle all the details necessary In selecting a list of Democratic candidates to Im* (ontinued on Last Page PREP S< HOOL ROYS TO STUDY ABROAD Next Friday, three prep school youths of tins Melton will Join fifteen |®®5J§ other American students st New York, sud depart on the Olympic ior England, their first stop on an educational tour under tile auspices of an international fellowship plan. The boys from this area are Samuel I) Clyde. Jr. son of Mr. sud Mrs Samuel I) Clyde, of Swarthmore; William Kern, son of Mr. and Mrs Everett I, Kent, of Merlon, and Stephen Oliver son of Stauffer Oliver, of Cvnwyd. AU are Episcopal Academy 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 'ITtc same arrangement will prevail this year for the American youths. After spending a week at Oxford, the Americans will go to London where they will be the guests of the i British boys who came to tin* country lift year I lien they will go to Paris and will tx* housed outside of th* city proper. They will spend the mornings studying the French language and history, and the afternoons will ire devoted to inspection* of art museums, the battlefields and other educational and historical places The American party will return on the Majestic on August 21. With the three "slar” witnesses, D Harvey Sykes, Jose A. Runtier and Edgar A Davis out of the way, having told their story to the in- Continued on Page Seven SHOWERS AHEAD, SAYS WEATHERMAN Rummer may be accompanied by Jupiter Pl u vt us when It arrives at 5 21 p m tomorrow. It will tx’ partly cloudy and warmer today and tomorrow, probably with showers tomorrow afternoon or night, in eastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey, DG.twain and Maryland The highest temperature here yesterday was 84, at 5 30 p. rn. and thy lowest was 63. at 6 30 a rn. Th* average of 74 was two degrees a bm a normal for the date and ten degrees above the average June 19 last year. Maximum temperature for the date la 95, established in 1929, and minimum 55 in 1920 'I ii* suit rises today at 5 32 and sets at 8 33 The moon rises at 3 18 a rn. and sets at 6 55 p. rn. I opicsof Times ( GLW VN ( OI VI IL MI LTS At the June meeting of Colwyn presented for the approval of the office, and that h* had co-operated county voter I III ss I XLI K l ''HOI' with his successor in every way to mak* th* transfer as efficient and easy as possible. A Darby man suggests that Congress be opened with music. It is, Dorough™ council, held TasU night at I Opened and closed_with chin music I Co,A." town hall, Third and Spruce BaUsAgl. WM substituted for a pi* ,n,fv “ U?C    scheduled    to make a parachute droj at Baltimore. Housewives would like WOMAN I OM MI NINI IHI HOLLYWOOD. June 20 -(UP)— Clifford Sherwood Los Angeles writer and chess *xp*rt shot himself, police MOSCOW June 20 -GJP C ara said today, while they were seeking Zetkln the "grandmother of German him in    connection with the fatal    Communism,    died    suddenly    last •hooting    of Miss    Gabrlrlle Andrleux,    night in a sanatorium at Archangel- young French modiste Sherwood fired kov* suburb of Moscow Death was a bullet    into his    head whil* driving    attributed to    heart    disease    Frau through    Burbank    police reported. He    Zetkin would    have    beer 76    next thoroughfare which was t fall, but was not com- *11 UC paved pit weather, was agreed upon. The high way committee reported minor re rd on account of approach of bad •» *£'* dr°P m th« red upon. The high- Dulcnrr *n°P*’ _ mad* A Georgia woman who has lived to Frances street, we ti ^ jqq years old says she has never was expected to die. month >ther lijghways in the borough in (nod condition, Four arrests for ninor offenses were reported by the )o!ire committee. The rest of the liectln* was taken up with routine justness. PHUA. AREA MILK MITCHELL TRIAL 3288Marriages in Delaware PLAN ATTACKED M AKING ITS ENI) Co. LasI Year;Divorces Drop WASHINGTON. June 20 INS'-— Treasury balance as of June 17, STOOS,099,817 44; enpenditures, $24 416,-134.90; custom receipts, $12,968,127.03 NAZIS OUTLAWED DEBT REVISION THROUGH AUSTRIA SET FOR JULY Martial Law Declared in Non-defaulting Nations to HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY OO inned Pres*) Government in Income Tax Evasion ( ase Addresses Jury The Bureau of ton D C. in a recent marriage and divorce lr AT ( ONN VI (.ll I PIRK I —Mr. Peck. 2—Retainer, *>pot ( rest. 3—< None). 4— None I, 5—Prince Neptune, Verity Ballo H—Fair Sun, Fife. Rounder. 7—I None), Weather, clear; trai k. fast. AT LINT OLN FIELD Group Holds Rump Session Protest at Washington Hearing WASHINGTON. June 2(L Farmers NEW YORK June 20 <UP' from the territory adjoining Pluladel- Charles FI Mitchell, sitting in a high ^S/S diyorc phia yesterday disagreed with the plan submitted to the Secretary of Agriculture bv the Interstate Milk Producers Association and nearly threw the hearing held here into pandemonium at the noon recess. Holding a rumn caucus in an un- income tax charges, used office of the Department of Excoriating the former chairman Agriculture building under the lead- of the National City Bank for ‘ w il* ership of John S. McConnell, Chester fully evading his duties as a citizen.” County farmer, the 250 farmers at- Medalie told the Federal Court jury tending aired their views on the mar- that th* defendant had shown delict agreement drawn up by the in- liberate "defiance of Public morals,” terstate association.    "These    prosecutions    are    not    carried Cen," Washing- report on • Pennsyl- this locality to prevent off-and-on. hit-or-miss marriages such as are characteristic of Reno". He believes ‘‘marriages should be taken Varna in 1932. shows that Delaware    seriously; that when men and women county in 1932 had 3288 marriages    are united in the bonds of matn- and in 1931, 3616 marriages. There    mony, once considered holy, they in    the county in    should not assume the step lightly." place and wielding power such as few    1932    and    IBI    in    1931    while 1932    and    The Judge says marriage should Princes possess.” committed -a    crime    1931    each    had    one annulment in    th*    not b* a step-in and step-out ar- which was discovered only by    acci-    county    rangenient and frowns upon the exdent." United States Attorney George    In Pennsylvania last year there was    cutes which are made for untying the Z. Medalie declared today in his clos-    «* total of 55 947 marriages performed,    matrimonial knot, such a* are made mg argument at Mitchell’s trial on    as compared with 59.826 in 1931, rep-    rn Reno. resenting a decrease of 3 879 or 6,5    Trial marriages, to be abandoned at per cent In 1922 there were 70.289    will, are not encouraged by the county marriages performed    jurist. He believes "that marriages During the year 1932 there were    should not be contracted without due 5.817 divorces granted in the state    thought; that when solemnized they as compared with 7.24! in 1931, rep-    should stay put. except under ln- resenting a decrease of 1424 or 19 7    tolerable conditions; and that di- per cent. In 1922 there were 6,893    vorce laws throughout the United The bone of contention was the    out because of the demands of the    divorces granted The estimated popu-    States should be uniform.” fact that all agreed they had nothing    rabble.’ the prosecutor said opening    lafion of Pennsylvania on July I,    Judge MacDade thinks that condi- to do with the contracts precented    his summation. 'But when one man    1922, was 9741.000, and on July I.    dons rn Reno, which he characterizes    and sold im" so7rgh t terr or! sire bomb-    June I’uh    instalment on winch itao -—Le Bruyere. Ms    Agnes,    Chuck B..    to them by the distributing organtza-    betrays the confidence    reposed in    1931. 9.700 OOO.    as a menace and    disgrace to the    f.rs believed lob* Nazis under orders    also defaulted. Red I Glow, sergeant    Hill,    Mis-    non and had no    time rn which to    him he has no right to    sa\ that he    A    table showing marriage'    divorces    nation", should not    be tolerated by    to "shoot to kill” anyone that at- Th* decision to    limit    the hearing warmrr- calculate, Frank    Grossman.    Sails-    tudy the various    pha *: for which    has been ? mgled out for    punt--hi cent    and    annulments, by coun a    for 1931    the American people    and to overcome    tempted to ll* * arn • or who chal-    of each Individual non-defaulting the contract calls.    Upon resumption    He should take his punishment like a    and    1932, shows that Delaware county    this situation 'what    is legal in Reno,    lenged them, the bombers threw hand    debtor to two or    three    days was I.adv, ( hagrin, of the hearing in the afternoon they    man    compares favorably with the other    in Nevada, is not legal in Pennayl-    grenades into a marching detachment    reached    by    Acting Secretary of State requested more time to study the 'Mitchell ls a dynamic man You    counties in the small percentage of    vama and many other States! ad-    of the Heimwehr yesterday, wound-    Phillips    and Assistant Secretary of j Plan    saw* that, when he sat in the witness    divorces and annulments granted as    vocates uniform legislation by na- The milk    producers'    hearing in    the    chair, leaning over your railing and ]    compared with the number of mar-    tional regulation of divorce*. This, J National    Museum    was    attended    by    pouring himself into your hearts,    riages,    he says, perhaps cannot be ac co rn - more    than    400    persons,    all    of them    There wasn't a lawyer in court who!    Judge MacDade who has dixj>osed    plashed, except by a Constitutional --:    0f many divorce cases in the past five amendment, granting power to Con- Continued on Page Seven    years, said today he "had striven in    gress to legislate. Some Sections; Thirl\ Wounded by Bombs VIENNA, June 20 -<UP‘ Martial law was in force in parts of Austria today as the government moved energetically to eradicate th* Austrian Nazi party. Th* Nazis wert ordered dissolved after a aeries of bombings and terroristic outrages. The cabinet was convinced tile Nazis sought to overthrow the government. Police, augmented by the military, began an immediate roundup of Nazi leaders Foreign observers feared the dissolution order would lead a complete break in German-Austrian relations strained since th* cabinet, began sup-prewlve action against the Austrian Nazis IO days ago Have ( hance to Argue for Reductions seen an automobile. Probably that explains it If they investigate the case of that upstate school board member who cannot read or wrtte, he can truthfully say he knows little, A man seeking a divorce told tho judge hts wife threw three plates and three cups at him. Although sh# missed him, he can figure how she can make a hit with him. Druggists report an increase In business. Well, with whisky to bo had on prescription and beer on tap, they should pick up somewhat. An automobile horn that expressed the driver's mood has been rn vented WASHINGTON, June 20 'INS! jn Europe. It will probably sound Th* last w**k in July was ret today tjlr blues when the payment is over-by this government as the tentative (jUP date for commencement of tire debt    --- revision parade of th* non-d*fault-    University    of    Chicago    graduate, mg nations before President Roose-    says    an    item,    set    a    new    world    record v*lt    by skipping the rope 20,010 times, Those nations which have met which only leads one to suspect that their obligations in full or recog- he got his training by skipping in zed the validity of them by making classes. at least partial payment wull be given two or three days to advance their plea for drastic reduction of the eleven billion dollars owed this nation. France. It was reiterated, will be definitely barred unless it pays up the $19,000,000 on which it defaulted in December and makes at least a I he Weather I— None.) bury. 3—Flash Fire. Old Fretful. Vtfin. 4— None.) 5— None.) 6—La F'eriw. 7—(None.) K—Gully Jumper, I.ion Hearted. Heather, clear; track, fast. At Krems, detachments of police partial payment on th* $10 000,000 WASHINGTON, June 20—(IP) — Heather forecast: I astern Pennsylvania; Pa r t I J cloudy and slightly warmer in east portion tonight; Wednesday, fair. New Jersey:    Partly cloudy, slightly warmer tonight; Wednesday, fair and Western Pennsylvania: Generally fair tonight and Wednesday; not much change in temperature. Continued on Page Seven ing 30.    State Moley. It is understood to have Krems and the neighboring towns the approval of President Roosevelt of Stein and Mautern were under "They ought to be able to say all maitiai Jaw Public assembly was they have got to say In that time,' one official said. We are only going Continued .rn Page Seven ‘ to listen to them.” TODAY S TF MPI. KATI'RES 6am., 7 a. rn. , 8 a. rn. , 9 a. rn. J IO a. in. 65 ll    a.    rn.......71 65 12    noon ...... 76 67 I    p.    rn.......74 68 2    p.    rn 75 6S> ;

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