Chester Times, June 22, 1933

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June 22, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - June 22, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NKT PAID ( IHC TI.MION FOK TU KIA F ION THS. ENDING I) KC KM BFR JI, 1932 20,328 57TH VEAR—NO. 17.626. Wit* R' Inn Pre-* INS i UP I (HESTER, PA.. TH TESO AY. JENE 22, 10:13 DRYS CONCEDE IOWA’S VOTE IS BLOW TO CAI SE Senator Robinson, Arkansas Hears His State W ill Also (Jo W et Sees Doom of Prohibition LONDON-BOUND, BEARING ROOSEVELT’S MESSAGE Laws; Calif., Ballot Tuesday W. Va., airs lore *d i peal. ra*t when Olton belt onnecticut •ant rom itor Robinson He mid hear Arkan*ar adonai rrpral r n wii rmi said WASHINGTON. June 22 Iowa aminded the doom of the Fighte-ith Am .dment Tuc.*da' That was the i Mon in Warhing-ton todav following the 3 to 2 rrpral victory in thr brat test in the corn brit, Even Senators from regarded as drv pro Wet victories were for the battle shifts to the next month. New Han rehire and joined Iowa in voting wet The day’* most sign if! came from tem Arkansas, long di ■’From what I vote for repeal. N a certainty." Senator Dickinson <R », low; of the outcome in his stair •'Prohibition has bren eliminated as a political issue in Iowa by yesterday s vote. I e result was what I expected I bciir\c the eighteenth Amendment will he repealed. ' Senator Nyp <R >, North Dakota. said: If North Dakota were to vote now it would go wet. In these depressed tunes the disposition is to vote against things. If business should pick up. North Dakota would br drv." ,Ioi *tt. Shouse. president of the Association against ""the Prohibition Amendment, declared if the repeal forces carry the three co Ai kansas and Alabama .July 18. and T >nnesaee. Ji will be ‘‘nothing left for aition ” Even the Anti-Saloon League spokesman. Dr F Scott Mc B. id<\ general superintendent, saw little to encourage his forces in the repeal results. He said: It would have greatly encouraged thp drv* had Iowa and alew Hampshire voted against repeal. However. the fact that thev did not is not disheartening. because, although both these States were dry neither had gone drv bv Statewide referendum." The next tests will come Tuesday in California and West Virginia Shouse predicted repeal would win m the former bv 2 to I and the latter 3 to 2. DFS MOI NKS. June 22 Complete Continued on Page Fifteen CARNIVAL OPERATOR FAILS ON ( llARLES STABILIZATION OK CURRENCY IS HITCHELL KUMI NOT GUILTY OF HIT AT PARLET I'. S. TAX EVASION Edited States Turns rhumbs Down on Immediate Action in london Hull Also Proposes \N orld-\a ide I am orion of Tariff and Trade Barriers J ii r \ R e n dors Verdict After Consideration of ( ase for 2d Hours finding Include Both Founts; Was Former ( hairmau of N. Y. Bank I ONDON United States rn immediate af the world todav, while rapidly on exchange, June 22 turned fhur currency Mi economic < the dollars every inipo making ne UP YOM ■ w Ym Mn today t me nt int me Ile.iring important instruction* from President delegation at the World IMonnmii Conference. Pms*1,rIt to the Hammond Violet, secretary of state and a* he sailed from New head of the celebrated ''brain A nrk for l ondon with Herbert former New York publisher. trust." i« shown left Hazard ’swope right' tton States, whtrh vote Aly 20. there the oppo- ALPH A BOATMEN RESCUE MAN Heat Virtiin Falls I rom Bulkhead Into D e I a-waro River An unidentified man was rescued from drowning this afternoon at the foot of Crosby street by two members of the Alpha Boat Club who dived into the Delaware Ricer in the proverbial nick of time. The man was first given attention by the Franklin Fire Company rescue squad, who used their pulmotor, and then he was removed to the Chester Ho«pifal The man, evidently a heat victim. was sitting on the bulkhead at the too* of Crosby .street on thr property of the Harbison-Walker Company when several boys. swimming in thr river, saw him topple into the stream. He had bern reading a book, which fell into the water with him. BISHO!’ IN ANNIVERSARY Tendered Nears Dinner Sen ice on Aff With Fpiseopal Ehureb ton of the Aft let I v entrance into ti FpJscoppI Churl M Taut, Bishop int E to.- noon in Phi marked bishop’) bod' o ama Diocese of < opal Church, •mal dinner >** the Penn delphia Th anni-e in intl. Rf of the Protest -was tendered Gel day atter-Athletic Club anniv ersarv ne The pr ner was Price, Jr mander r Guard, w The cries of the boys ti Charles Faulkner, of 935 Mr avenue, and James Schmidt Sellers avenue, Upper Darby, known members of the Alph. Club who were on the pavilion OI 9 idelv Boat ! th * Saint lurch where rtor J or moi lime which himself to this cliv. Bishop ' Bm Ul t tile commemoration of the first step into the official the church, that of berom- acon. nicipal speaker at the din-Maior Genera] William G . of this city. retired rom-f the Pennsylvania National ho is the account mc warden v Protestant Episcopal Bishop Taitf served as than thiriv-six years, period he endeared Paul since abandonment of the gob standard. Shortly after thr American deb gation had stirred the conference hv proposing in general terms a worldwide lowering of tariff and (rad' barriers, a real sensation was caused by a statement of its policy on stabilisation, Tile statement said the delegation felt it could make a more important contribution to the conference bv a move to raise price levels thin bv temporary stabilization The statement was not regarded ii* closing the door entirely to a .'-tabs! i/ation agteement sometime later In the conference. Wnh the doliai dropping rapidly, it was felt that th* United State* would soon be in a bargaining position where stabilization could be at’amed at a rate which would give President Ron.se-* rIt leeway to avoid arn fall in prices price raises being one of th* chief points of his program The currency statement wa-- givin out at the Clartdge Hotel, which wa-overrun bv international journalists, awaiting the flash on the statement. which had been expected It was given out by an attache of the delegation Secretary of State Cordell Hull was not present The delegation had worked until far into the night, unable to complete the text Work was resumed and the phtaseologv completed shortly before its distribution The statement was obviously calculated to shift the focus of the conference from stabilization to tariff', trade and commodity prices Stabilization has been eclipsing ail other Issues and delegate* of other nations insisted that President Roosevelt's unwillingness to endorse promptly a de facto stabilizing ar- < •infirmed un face l iftmen BOLIEK LAL ON BROHL ON (HRL ‘kIDN A Bl NL’ June ell w in bo a1 C EH KST KR HILD STAFF REDELK!) Teachers appointed bv the Hoard of Education of this city to teach in the Chester High School for the term of 19.13-34 began turning In their signed contracts at the office of George AA’ Pedlow, principal of the school, this morning The new contracts call for a reduction of 12'* per cert. from the amounts paid the teachers for the term Just closed, and under the econ- j omv plan inaugurated bv the school board the teaching force ar the school will be reduced from 69 to 64 teachers 11’. PARRY SHOP OWNER ROBBED TRUAX KASE IS NEARING U RY; I!. S. PROBE INTO COUNTY ‘RING’ ON HENIK WRONG ITS SEVENTH DAY Efforts to T-Refute ti Hclent ass the Burk’ Im Bank re ‘Butch* ll arri Sorjji, Star Before Jury a, Alfred Witnesses, Surety Company Asked to Pay $26,786.19 After Exposure Ex-Konstables and Several Others Awaiting1 Call Todav Suspects Picked I ( a union; Bandits SEN in (’ash d p Mea appeared I edition acorea c rea who, on ad expert* and law lure similar t off capital Inssc tad thus L •r ll vert til . and Hrs In w 11 ho iberat rn lo >p< i md reg! c case ai had dost night ut reactions weir iii chi Toub the and p am Hen VV    ( ii Hid it t hen ti meant that ge of Federal a rd decided intent to de-• at tonal Cliv ( heil in 1929 hark, when 606 pa vim lit Bank* man-and when he or k to VV. I) ite, and late! a machine Iron ti C • I a P 111 Look AI 26,i bort Iv •rube, Jury that ha* been listening testimony in the trial of W. Truax, 52. former banking of-f this citv, who la charged with lenient, fraudulent conversion, it rte.* and false pretenses, will * case some time this after- ex I,. Rankin, who, with John gins. has defended the accused r, made hts address lo the Jury noon, Prior lo his address John M Broomall allowed a i of the defense counsel that try disregard any transaction prior to June I. 1929. which are out-r Hie statute of limita tive used Twi Mr ant Tow I. mam Jm d un r. Rankin was District Att w ho pressed count* ge Broomall ii mr: followed bv Assist-orney William R for conviction on the did n< i wron thin ’’ dei wa.< I scheduled to cr the noon is doing nn\-"uax on the lid and try had i ppi ox im Then Ji nu P IT v ana a ut ten rding I dge a hor 7Tie J om. bu it had rf room un t ling been ately new re-t he d th* *1 I he ie d it tod a I ve pot ore in an wit! •d I ugh Tina) n Wh i a I cd w lie ri mb dot rep Ti man erupt "Now lr said the I Mg ‘kcd the up odd. t he the gun open up 'red tile bi e dor, TNH sh register. tin and beat ll.* it Toub dellbeg* biti ct or of Ilia tar md b« adit. gun dabble * fends t ns by ! amulet uh I to' in dee toto md Trust until I on I bd (rd No. Mi •cdr Ina ii t af V hi im n ar hi as * 1 hit ip ( CIO da VI or th the i at oriel inch mu Mi un declared a nnoon until d filed back fdiatelv sent d a verdict. I most empty hat on and ie Immediately in. counsel foi the defendant J roo rn.    A few Schell* side A at nearby, but >d waited for of the trial had < nntinurd oil I’jjf I iflrrn \ BFR EDN LF (’OMRAN N RI NNI NL OVERTIME repin Later Ti na» cautioned me bank did not Truax also t t a mart ions •lated T derday. y admitted taking the transactions (he pi rv tibia lesti-lad used the hanks ie ates k mal ket ight to excuse ting that many had been dallas R Faith, ptesi-Cheater - Cambridge Company, of which taiv and assistant st January rapers* disapproval?" y Rankin. -d I'max added I fiat ' Mr Faith to be careful that tile lose any money." deelated that similar several dogma of them " Big os Indi ital impi* among man' concerns of conditions o ate thi cement of the this e ’ empl t there in < leading I v a nd iv merit is a gen-ondit ion* industrial that the and prohand has nl in the ft ti tile heart* of everyone in Paul was rife in Upper to whether Max Gru-operator. made his failed to mention the who ■ bled" him for *rk. because la.' Specula 'ion Darby today as berg carnival about fare and names of tho*' 11500 graft money he "was reached " Oruberg was arrested last Saturday night along with two concessionaires. because he conducted gambling devices in his "exposition.” The arrests were brought about bv two women operator' for th*1 Good Government league who lost $3 each while playing games of chance. After his arrest he characterized the police of the township and constables "for miles around as the "biggest bunch of chiselers I ever md," He even stated that when he run out of cash the prttv grafters took love birds he had on sale at the carnival, Oruberg was arraigned for a continued hearing before Justice of the Peace Arheson, of Millbourne, last night, but failed to keep his promise to name all whom he paid His attorney. Eugene D Salus. said "We are repudiating statements which have led to the inference that we paid graft for the protection of gambling We are not going to make any statements. but we are not going to deny anything,” The hearing was again postponed because one of the other defendants failed to appear Civic organizations of the township arr demanding a probe into Oruberg * charges DROWNS IV CREEK WILMINGTON. Del., June 22 • INS* — Seven-year-old Johnnie Eskridge, of this cliv, wr-.s dead tonav because he disobeyed his mother and went swimming without an older companion. The bov drowned in Brandywine Creek near Kirkwood Park. I . « KUPRES!NT VTIV! IHIS WASHINGTON June 22 GT Rep Edward B Almon. 73. Democrat representing the eighth district of Alabama, died in his hotel apartment a’ 5 45 a rn toda1 Hr had hem in a critical condition sinrr suffering » heart at’ack Tuf'da’ Thev rushed to the bulkhead and without hesitation went overhead. The body of the man wa* soon recovered and he was brought ashore, in an unconscious condition. A telephone call brough? the rescue squad of firemen post haste. LI NDN MVV ELN TO CREEN LA NI), IKE LA NI) hen adc; ship of Bb Hie 'hail et CV op I five and Pen do ait t NEW Charles flight t< summer YORK, June A Lindbergh is c > Greenland and to take charge oiu Ice Colonel Jo ring a md this 'n: P tem, of leh thi survey of th; American Airway he is technical adviser. Juan T. Trippe. president system said an expedition will sail late this month to carry on further studies of the northern transatlantic flying route If he is able to leave his duties here. Colonel I.indbertrh mav Join the expedition later by plane. The work of gathering flying conditions along the route is being carried on junction with European air! eluding Imperial Airways French Aeropostale. data on northern in inc* and mn- ln- the WEST END BLAZE Plenty of smoke but not much caused considerable excitement in vicinity of Ninth street avenue this morning o clock when flames in of a house occupied by a were discovered An alarm was turned 321 at Seventh street avenue to which the F responded and put out the bl chemicals, The firemen I fire the and Central about HIO the bedroom Negro family in from Box and Central Company a it Ti t he 'ft scene about trining noon time The of GII* M A DEGREE Miss Hannah I) Chs el. of I West Seventh street, a member the Chester High School faculty, was among the number of students to receive a degree of Master of Arts af, the graduation exercises at the University of Pennsylvania ye terday. t left the rectorship at about four year* ago requested to accept the the diocese following Bishop Thomas J Oar-Eeneral Price spoke of the s "Chester.* outstanding chian institution of the city " va* congratulated bv hundred members of the laity of the ns viva ma who were lomnge to him. beg.-n his dav with rncy from this city to Saint Church iii Philadelphia, the of his ordination fifty years there he conducted a servile Holy Communion in the pres-{ a Jaiue congregation evening the Bishop concluded y w it ii an address given in fion With the graduation ex-of the Smedlev Junior High . this city. 2 SPANISH FLIERS .MISSING ON TRIP MEXICO CITY, June 22 GIP -Search of jungle and mountain between Mexico City and the coast wa* redoubled todav for Capt Mariano Bn: benin and Lieut Joaquin Collar, Spanish aviators, missing on a Cuba-Mexico Citv flight Squadrons of military planes were sent out at dawn to fly over the Mingle in Oaxara State and planes oldiera and ordinary citizen* cooperated to run down a score of rumors that the plane had been located President Abel,udo Rodrigues him-df mined sn r> s>»irh D-*t night On his way to Trimaran, in Puebla Stale, he was informed of one of th* rumors that the *flycrs had bern found near Huamantla in the State of Tlazeal*. He changed his course and raced to Huamantla. only to find on investigation that the rumor was untrue. HOM! I KOM HOSPITAL r at err-ted attl-dnaptng avenue, reported bundled speeded Criticism was directed toda tarn police for their di inlet tilde in probing an alleged k at Sixth street and Highland Tuesday night Residents of the locality that a young woman was into a blue Buick car which north on Highland avenue while the voting woman was f rant bally screaming The license number of the car wax furnished polite hut even as late a’-* today noon local authorities were unable to identify the owner of the car, although thev rould easily learn bv telephoning the Highway Department at Harrisburg, it was pointed out I; wa* learned that Detective Captain Feeney knew nothing of the episode until he first read about It in the Civ lri Times A very brief report about the incident was noted in a small book at police station this book being for the recording of mmoi complaints, such as boys paving in Greets, dead rat* or dogs on highway*, etc Detective* did learn, however, that the screaming young woman is * resident of the vicinity of Third and Jeff rev streets Thev av she had bern out in company with a group of bovs, when 'he alighted from their automobile another group in the Ruiek car came along and forced her into their car The owner of the car Will be taken into custody for questioning as soon a* hi* tdenitv I* revealed and the girl also summoned to tell her story. Police Superintendent James    H D*«vrnport is determined to get to the bottom of the a flail and mav issue caustic instructions for bettrr poller work on similar complaints in future. Then th room and acquittal. ■ jury filed announced hack into It* verdict the Of KENT LEADS R FSC TK OF 30 YAC HT CH ESTS A re .vc tie party led > > bee Kent ' vest I* rday took lh g next * from of the gr ounc I r d yjteht of the radio . wh< ma nufi net iii ret * son, A At a ater Kent ti vt Jr, in tile Delaware r •her near New a re Cast Ie, Dc] dfl’ F.ffor r> float the Hart steam t natl ( iff the *ubittern ed I steel jetty. ha v into w'hich it rammed shortly after* I oi u nudnig hr failed Hie The guns I*, wjior-e n a me, * were not ha v revcale d wa ire taken a shor r in small SSM boa* t * ITV py were dr i v**n to Rh ha for delphia ■ In private aul tome dji lex Dr The .va cl fit rammed the 1 southern end of the western jeu y fit Pea Patch Island. w'hi Ie proceed?!! k uc i the river. duct ion to meet order* on shown a marked tmprovem past month or two One of the concern* to feel tile Improvement of rood it ion* I* the Abetfovle Manufacturing Company, w ere it Is reported that a force of 'boo employe* are busily engaged hi production to meet orders The force is said to ta’ composed of the regular group of workers who have continued there throughout Hie dill! months in addition to which has n added a force eomiK>sed entirely the former employe* of the plant o have liecn awaiting renewed ic-tv in their Industry The employes working day and night and Bun co ion e gi a rh/.a summer e con th: uranc net orders af the plant the executive* of the a renewed hope and as is progressing the orders lined to come In offering ihat the plant will be busy olive pal Se grou the week it cr he boat wax a hole 8 J • larboard tx cd bv tile » •veial other dcd near past few it workmen on a fvcril to n submerged t runnin 4 fir rn Th t he •nth F full IX Th* vi built for schooner the entrr Ut 1929 zigatio nearL fht, the While; Kent ofter hi' the Arr rtha. bt nee to the Gape ill* cen in the (ted it* time* w ax unitary d near Canal MOLAN OPENS STATE SESSIONS KANE. Pa June 22 GNS* Wit ii William A Bemeal. Jr, of Harrisburg, state master councillor, presiding the eighth annual eon yen tton. order of De Molav *qx*ned here today The ofrenlng dav * »e*aion.* wrie to he featured bv exemplification of the initiatory degree bv the Knapp Chapter of Bt Mary's. Tomorrow the Warren Chapter will exemplify the De Molav dig tee Installation of officer* and r ectum of a 1914 meeting filar e also wa slated for tomorrow. had been ranted on bv customer* of Hie bank These customer*, Truax said. had ordered stock, without putting up any money, the stock had been Mild, tile profit* faild to diatom* ei* and no entries of the transactions made in the ' Becurl?lea Purchased for Cuhtomerx Account." I'resiilm! Denied Knowledge Later, under rroaa-examlnatton. Assistant District Attorney William It To*! asked, Did von hear Mi Faith on Monday testify that you did not take up these Item* with him?" Trua* replied, "He said I t<x»k an me of them up?" Did you hear hun *av he did not know about these item*?" asked Mr 'foal Ye* ’ replied the defendant. Opening hi* testimony, Truax said he wax 55 year* of age and live* ai 14 En f 'I went'-third street, this cliv Con ii flued on Page Fifteen I DI P. Git ADI A I E Mis* Eleanor Snyder, daughter of Mr* Ida Snyder, of 327 West Ninth ■ fleet, was among those who were graduated at tile University of Pennsylvania yesterday. M's* Snyder, silo I a graduate of the Chester High School, was one of ten person* receiving the degree of Bachelor of line Arts She majored in music. II Alt \ ARD Git ADI A l t> ZHU The Federal Grand Jury In Philadelphia, investigating vice, liquor and gambling condition* in Delaware county todav turned ii* attention to a new *uhjert~— ball bond racketeering. |{epre*entative* of bonding companies in Delaware county will he railed before the jury to tell what (hrv know of the disappearance of prisoner* while free on hail in lite past three year*, it wa* reported. It wa* said • hat nun* hailed primmer* failed to appear when their (ase* were called In Delaware county court and that rumor* were prevalent the bonding romp.int*** were recompensed from a common fund held in reserve for for such emergencies bv a highly organized graft svndirate. The federal investigation into alleged alliance* between violator* of the Eighteenth Amendment and politicians of thi* county, began lls .seventh dav today in Philadelphia, wit;* several witnesses waiting to be called. Two self-termed exiles, Walter Butch' Harris, of Marcus Hook, and Alfred Borg!, notorious bootlegger of the same place, were subpenaed bv the federal invest I g aion and wren waiting yesterday to tell their story to the Federal Grand Jury. Harris wa* convicted in April. 1931, on a charge of tampering with tho Jury then trying the case of a number of constable* accused of grafting. He served one year of a one to two* vrar .«enten< e Mix mon!Ii* after , o was released from tile county prison he wax returned to jail for failure ;o pas cost* amounting to $500 Thr'* month* later he wax freed when friend* pix id hi* fine Since then lo has been living in Wilmington, Del. Borg! served ]g months and paid $2500 fine He claim* he wax banished for life from this county Judge MacDade declared that both Main* and Borgi are parole violate!*. He said thai Harris, given his freedom after serving part of hi* sentence on tile Jury tampering charge, promised to "go straight ' and wag aided by Die privation office of tho court, under Judge MacDade a direction. in finding a Job at Marcus Hook. ' But Harris did not keep hts word," a* >*rted the jurist, md violated iii parole bv going back to liquor selling When he was up for sen ten ca again, he pleaded that he could get a Job in Wilmington, Del, if the court w ould fiei rn 11 hun to go there. "I agreed that he would be given this ehanre if he behaved, and fixed the probationary period at IO years. Muir recently, he a ked permission to be allowed to work in Marcus Hook where he found a Job, and continue lo live in Wilmington I did not object. Borg! has been before the courts half a doz-rn lime* for liquor violation* He received a sentence of one and a half to three years on tho most recent occasion, and wa* paroled bv Judge Broomall But Borg! continued to gel into trouble a* a • bootlegger, and decent citizen* of < ontmued un Page Fifteen Max.i, June 22 University, at the year. rnnferred 2148 CAMBRIDGE, I GEP» Harvard dose of it* 297th degrees today, Of these 680 wen! to Harvard College under gi adua (es. 550 receiving degree* of Bfo helai of Arts, and 130 Bachelor of Science, I opicsof J itues I III R I IN ( It An ll ! IMI* BOMB ON Al IO E’our la the toda v we inriu •purim* ave ring PIRC AT I A ROM June 2 PA Thomas W McComb of HO Fa-u Fifth sfr< t. who had been a pa lent in the Chester Hospital for the past t wo we (k.* recovering from an nppcn-d.’•:'!' operation, was discharger! from the institution vesterde.v. TYRONE Pa Damage estimated st $30 OOO todav resulted from a fire which swept through the Barr Manufacturing and Importing Company here last night URGE START ON POSTOFFICE HERE me to a fa] automobile The injur Simmons. 4 and Rlcgard ion riding ent Adrian ling a Phila-n r liriitennnt from injuries * engine respond-i crashed into an northern section Florence Flfz- W ATCHU NC An apparent lli ess ma n Charles Fifth New Jersey Hated todav when N J., J att* tnpt tie to A * I )i.st riel a bomb tem V I I.v IO and Phi aged 4 of Mer-I leijten-adeiphla. HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY I Pf I lilted Pres*) Shale Says London Parley Is Idiotic Conference C hambcr .Makes of Flea < mn men u Co Lover?!- men! Men POLIC K BALK BEER HI JAC KERS Three Men Enter Laramie to Take Jvoaded C arrier; Make Escape wiled to the ignition ay* lUtomoblle The bomb lf.rig and five inches in db wa* adjusted so that an start the car would set it off E MVI ANI EL Al Al A I-ll I ROME" June 22    «UP K .to tor Emmanuel plans lo vim United Blate* in tile sprint of it wit* reported^today    The would be in return for Mia* Pm Woodrow Wilson paid to Hah he went to Europe at the ei the World War ?JP Lind his rn pi nd to 934 •nt of First Ward Boy Easily Hard Luch Champion of Pa. William Carter, ten year* of .«ge of 2105 Madison street is probably the juvenile hard luck champion of tlie state 'Hie mix began following young "Billy” about five years ago, when he wa* 'truck bv an automobile and fractured his skull HL* next misfortune whs a broken arm. Less than a year later he fell In a quarry hole and again fractured his skull Bevel a1 weeks ago lie was forced to go to thr hospital to have a badly lacerated hand tieated and yesterday he frll from a tlterry tier and ft»< flued his leg The boy has been treated at the Chester Hospital for each misfortune. Bv ( ll ARI E" A "MI I lf AT DUFFER IN PARK I — Nandine. Prince Rupert 2—Rockville Rn*c. Phar ( rr*t. .•J—Hr*tv* Rove. ’-atm Facie I—None. 5—None. 6—None. 7—Tabson. A’isinnar* Hour AA rather clear; track Mon AT LINCOLN FIE LD 1—Lady of Gra<e, Divine La** Tar AA ater. 2—( ourland. 3—Sun    Thorn. Frank Grossman, Brains, Lampblack Dune*, (eltir Prince, Rolling "ea. I.aw'er 4—{ uira*sier, .5—None. 6—None, 7—Blameless Good and Hot. 8—Tommv Tickle, ( AA esther clear, track fast. < opvright 193: News , bv International "erv n e AYOT ST. LAWRENCE HERTFORDSHIRE England, June 22 The World Economic Conference ha be-n mistitled It should br known as the World Idiotic Conf' rem r " In a deva ta? intr a'-ack upon ;t.' national parleys, world Dalesmen and bankers. George Barnard Shaw Ut loose his vitriol todav and subjected the Economic Conference, now meet. mg rn London, to violent castigation Discussing the parley with Internationa! New* service in an exclusive interview he ripped and tore through the deliberations, accu.s-d statesmen of ignorance and bankers of greed, and .strongly urged ’fiat the delegates pack up their luggage and start for home immediately "Thev might Just as wGl go home now " the famous playwright and wit declared For ’h* conference has failed it faL«d brfo-e ,t began Sea’ed in the garden of his beau- • tiful country home in Hertfordshire, Sh " expre seq his absolute ronvif-tion th* parley is headed for blank failure. "Nothing can come of it except recrimination* and worse confusion." he said. "The only people to benefit from this mu cum meeting win be the delegate* who have had a .toll' good t:ip and a round of en'rr'ainment for wh.'-h the taxpayer* will h*'e to foot th* bill " As Shaw displayed a n *rje knowledge of the events which have transpired since the conference go? under way, this correspondent took the liberty of asking why he was so ten. vinced !h»- deliberation* could not result in world salvation. "This isn t an economic conference,” he -napped ba1 k. Its real nam* should be the world idiotic conter-ence. HT* im po ruble for It to do any- thing because there* nobod' attend-( ontinued on Page Fifteen In an eflor( to arouse official interest in the election of the proposed postoffice building for thi.* cit- officials of the Delaware County Chamber of Com men <■ have appealed to Senators David A Reed and Tamer J Davis and Cong!*- man Jam*' Wol-fenden, PoMma*!**: General James J Earley and his fourth assistant to have the work started a* early as possible. Work on the new postoffice was to have been started last veal It was experted The site chosen wa on W('t Fifth street between Eldgmont a e-nue and Water street thir land tieing owned bv Ma tor Gener a; William G Price Jr. retired and several other individual?- The land wa* surveyed for the government and plans for the building completed but » squabble over the purchase price for the individual parcels of land blocked the government plans Eventually a Jury of viewer* was appointed, consisting of William Provost. Jr local building contractor Samuel R. Bell and Attorney John E. McDonough. They .sat in Philadelphia listening to lestimonv for several days before making their rerom-mendation* to th* government The Continued on Page Fifteen attempt fi irk and loc a I pi stolen Mr hay a oaring era to flea and sodas todav by q trie part of Th * truck, rage of Peter land avenue, was was abandoned on near Fourteenth st ates after pollee Ii were seen breaking The truck wa* owner intact Short of three hi- la* k • loaded with beer rated at 3 a rn efficient work on Stricken on Boat, Arrives on Operating Table in Jiffy Hi e gave cha riding in a they were would-be robb car at from the ga-vtza, 225 Mig lier overed after it Highland avenue, ce? twenty unnamed three men into the garage returned to the afterwards i»o- •■e to three suspects wen stolen automobile, but outdistanced and the vers fHd abandoning the Fourth and Wilcox stolen at reels Shortly after 2 a rn Abe Rosenberg 242.5 We st Fourth street reported hi* automobile stolen. Police tars scoured the western section of the city for the car. out found no trace of it. It was stolen by the trio who planned to rob the bottling works and. presumably, they drove it out Highland avenue and paiked it on * :de lane. while they returned for the truck While brr, >: ng into Mirhaylv'/a’s ( entinued on Page Fifteen One hour and five minu** - after it had been learned In Marc.' Hook last evening that Samuel M'Andrew*, of Park avenue. PhilaViefpnia, an oiler aboard Hie steamship J C Donnel, owned by the wtlantii Refining Company, had been stricken with an acute attack of appendicitis the man was on the opera'mg table in the Chester Hospital undergoing an operation. The ship on which Me Andrews sail'd left Philadelphia l»'e in the afternoon and was prof reding down the river when McAndrew * was stricken When opposite Wilmington a' 5.30 o'clock the ships surgeon diagnosed the rase a* appendicitis and. recommended the removal of Mr Andrews to a hospital for an operation . wireless message was sent to the company’s office in Philadelphia «d-vising tile manager of the oiler s condiction. Upon the receipt of advice from the manager of the concern in Philadelphia to take Mi Andrews off the ship and rush him to a hospital the captain of the Donnel telephoned Harry Huber, president of Marcus HfKjk Borough Council, and proprietor of a launch service at 6 IO o'clock requesting him to meet, the ship, which had turned back at Marcus lf(K»k with a launch for the purpose of taking Mi Andrews ashore and •ending him to tile Chester Hospital for an immediate operation. Huber lost. no time in summon-;ng a crew and put off from shore and met the Donnel from which Mc* Andrews was lowered over the aide and plated in the launch and was brought aMiore at 6 15 and was placed in a waiting automobile and was rushed to the hospital, At 7 20 o'clock he wa* wheeled into the operating room where physicians performed the operation, Thus morning he wa* said to be resting comfortably. I s. I KEAS! RY BALANCE WASHINGTON June 32— <UP>— The treasury net balance for June 20 was *1007.142 898 41 Expenditures that dav w’cre $]0 727 956 77 Customs ’•ereipt* for the month through June JO were *15,124,543 74. It seem* appropriate that President Roosevelt, who gave ti* beer, should take hi* vacation on % schooner. We presume, of course, that It. I* a vessel of light draught. Wilmington man ta now talking after ll year* of voluntary silenca during w'hlch he said absolutely nothing We know a lot of men who have i*een talking every dav for the p,ist ll vear*. of whom the same thing might be said. Shut the "big probe" started several are humming the prisoner* song," and not a few wish they had "wungs like an angel.” A one-|eggrd prisoner escaped from a borough lock-up Even when thev had him behind the bars ha wasn't all there. If a woman must have the la word we are at a loss to know how four women who get together can ever end a conversation. It is never bcd to be despondent, but a sweet young thing in the Fir-t ward who recently tony her first airplane ride tells us she felt best when she was down and out. A trip to anv beach these davs reveal*    that a number of    flapper'    who have    no figure in the bank    can    dts- plav    a pretty decent    one    on    th# beach. 'What will women talk about In heaven." asks an evangelist. Well, if it* heaven they'll talk about 93 per cent Ie**. Chicago world fa.r announces exhibit    giving history of    the    Ameri can dollar. To many of us, no doubt, it will be ancient history. I he Weather AA ABINGTON, June 22—AAeathee foreran—E astern Pennsylvania— Partly cloud* and cooler, preceded be local shower* and thunderstorm* thin afternoon and earl** tonight in south portion; Friday, fair with slowly rising temperature. *iightlv cooler in southeast portion! Friday, fair with slowly rising temperature, TODAY’S TFM PEK ATI RES a    rn.......70    ll    a    rn. ...... 77 a    rn.  70    Noon ........ 78 a    rn ...... 74    I    p.    rn ...... 8q a    rn.  75    2    p.    m.......Pt 6 7 8 0 IO a. rn. moo 16 TWENTY-TWO PAGES FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ★ With AII Latest and Bent News of the Day TRICK, TWO CENTS ;

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