Chester Times, June 24, 1933

Chester Times

June 24, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - June 24, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania — DAILY AVERAGE NKT P MI) ( nun. \1 m\ FOR TH FI X K MVI .IS FISHING PEC KM Bl R 31. 19 32 20,328 FINAL EDITION * ★ ★ ★ With Ail Latest and Best News of the Day 571 H 5 KAR—NO. 17.628. LONDON PARLEY HALTS, AWAITING MOLEY FROM I S. Number of Foreign Delegates Return Home for Advice Over W eek-end Clarifying Statements expected When Roosevelt Aide I,ands GEOLOGICAL MUSEUM LONDON, June 24—' INS* The World Economic Conference was in a state of suspended animation today awaiting next week's clarifying developments w hich are experted right Iv or wrongly, to coincide with Assistant Secretary of State Muley s arrival The most important continental sta'esmen. including Finance Minister Oeojgrs Bonnet, of France and Prime Minister Hendryk Colijn of The Netherlands, returned home for the week-end to consult their governments, leaving Fume Minister MacDonald alone to carry on his optimistic attitude toward the parley's future. MaeDonald and Secretary of State Cordell Hull, leader of the American delegation, almost alone among the leading statesmen, believe the conference can accomplish any appro- j ciable part of its ambitious program Incidentally, Hulls complacent optimism is not shared bv the ma* , joritv of the other American delegates. who are distinctly pessimistic. They are thoroughly in accord I however, with President Roosevelt's I determination not to agree to any- j thing here which is likely to interfere with domestic recovery at home, Moley will find himself under n fierce spotlight upon his arrival. For days, the London Press has been concentrating on the mission, speculating all the way from the poftaibtitty he is earning something startling to save the conference, to the possibility h is coming to settle the debts issue. The result has been to focus atten if rn I'Cd Pl (UPI INS* ('MOSTER, KA.. SATURDAY. JUNK 21. UKF EIG UTF EN PAGES OVERTIME AGAIN IN WALL STREET ('OI RT REFILES TO OPEN FINDINGS ON RAMSEY BONI) Sa>s the (’mint) Could Not Ro Round In the Count) Treasurer ITALY’S AIR ARMADA PREENS ITS WINGS FOR ATLANTIC FLIGHT Sn ret) Com pan) Wa* sessed in the Sum $20l.:jsn.23 Judge w Roger Prone tx d ; dia this morning, filed an op refusing to open judgment n claim of the county against American Buretn Compart) on bond of William T R a msec a Ic tax Collector of Chester, IWM se: a trim in the Pastern Penitent .ai embezzlement of countv fund Judgment on the frond wa*' en on May 20. 1332 and damage, a>.fwsed in the sum of 4204 SRO 2 February 6 of this Near the company, through ifs attorney Wallace Chadwick petitioned in the judgment and strike oft the {cessment There were several hearing1 lr cast, and it was finally arguer Mar I (One of the chief pom?* : bv the surety company was i from Huqh B Haves, who wav the county treasurer dated Srp her 19    1931    certifying that liar had settled in full for 1930 taxes. This note was used bv Rant re securing his iwmd from the si company which he received on (ember 22. IWL three days after noir* was presented. The surety company < laiinx at Vs- of tm' ml* AVAv/avav Reminiscent of the ' IR-'j'i boom months . , . the Wall street district s many* windowed towers alight, as brokers' • Jerks feverishly work into the night hours. RECOVERY PLANS FIFTH WARD MAN MEETING THORNS IYH REI) IN CRASH Cunt inned on Last |',v >r RA ROLE DENIED FOR THREE EX-OFFK IALS Week of Administration Finned Beneath Roadster Records Progress;('bain in Accident With Sproul Stores, Problem    C    ar time there was about $60. counted for. Judge Prone fie Ids opil It is clear that the count depended upon the stater* collector that he had filed exonerations and issued rate upon learning that ti were in the commissioners The opinion refers to th* of fount* Treasuirr Hi' wen! to the commissioners asked Harry M. Birn that time was pr< of Commivsioner 0 not FRICK, TWO CENTS BANK ACCOUNTS ENDER SCRUTINY OF U.S. PROBERS ‘Mystery’ W itness Said to to Re W ilminirton, Del., Teller Rum ('argues Said to Have Horn La n d e d Here Under Protection 28 Communities On "Dishonor" Roll The SWI into wa re first time govern me unroverrr and gam nf was n in Phi I agents •protect)1 ing svr immunttie hot cr A gen f.s said \ ait legging opr inch mg he Fr-d- t leaf inn n De I a -for the a when icy had i, liquor in 2ft 1 city of ‘I present intl persons of flesh, mid lim hearts af steel” I hits did t nhitiel thin IU lh grim, i onionHider nf Italv's an armada, present to tieneral Italn Itaihn II.iii s Minister of Aviation (he itews of the "I living boats I'elle • grin! will lead ai toss the Xttantic to the t rnliitv of Progress I vpndllnn at t tin igo lite flleis are shown un-dergoing final in* pet Hun bv < .metal Italbo at tlrbetelto air base, near Rome, I heir ships are ranged behind them, gambling and ms flourished in each of the 2ft communities under ■ protection ' accorded by political leaders, Towns where the agents said they uncovered graft and corruption were listed as follows Chester, Marcus Hook Tinicum, pMingtnn Ridley Park Eddystone. Trainer Linwood, Ogden, Twin Oaks Boothwyn, Milmont. Booths Corner Brandywine Summit, Concord* tile, Knowlton, Felfonville, Morton, Swarthmore, Marple, Fanwood, Norwood Folsom. Darby. Upper Darby, Oakmont and Springfield. iffl< im i office ani lr., who a nt of the Boa rf f Ramsev ha# Parole was refused yesterday afternoon to Frank Platt, Shirley O Prien and William Servo ss. convicted in January of conspiracy and malfeasance in office. Judge Norman T. Boose, of Somerset, who presided at the trial on January 4, when the men wire convicted, in refusing parole did not close the door to reconsideration of the matter. He told Howard Kirk, counsel for the defendants, tha petition la somewhat prematur we are inclined to consider it favor inasmuch as Czekay i a party to it, We believe he w controlling spirit in the matter will not distr)ta* the petition ? mav be brought up later." Plait was constable in Rid! township and O'Brien constable Tinicum township, Servos*, u lived in Eddystone, was a spec deputy sheriff The three men wi convetcd. along with former Mag trstj Joseph Czekay of Chest township, on October 14 last boh Judge Albert Dutton MacDade. charges of attempting to shak down” Frank D Amato, when t latter's large store of liquor wi raided on August 4 last. The rn were granted a new trial and aga convicted in January. Plait, O Bn and Senoss were x ult diced to terr “the but with not the We d it WASHING IC The first week the national ret substantial pr< thorny problen pilce-fixing ant flirting trade i today into the are re-creating In the breezy istrator Hugh S lems are app' Thf become Busin pushing non, ar immens; June 24 admim.str ae Bi iblv UP ion VS' 'ha those of adjustment of con-lterests. were thrust lath of Hie men who economic America, vernacular of Admin-igh 8 Johnson, these prob-pincHppics.” The big pine's far is the coal industry, -store problem promises to pineapple of equal size n I bidi offer nr ins the r< f Am* J ria list ,' •o-op-rs over th pro Oak vn Atkins, of looft Morton avenue, rec* ived severe injuries to his back and sufleied cuts and bruises ••liortlv before 5 30 p, rn. yesterday when his automobile was involved in a collision with a car driven bv Charles S. Morgan, chauffeur for John R Sproul, of Lapidea Manor The accident occurred a? the inter-■ erf Ion of Eleventh and Potter street* Atkins, who was driving a roadster was proceeding west on Eleventh street and the 8 pron I machine a heavy touring car. bearing the license ta" 777 w as going north on Po*-ter street Both machines were occupied solely by the drivers. The impart of (he crash turned Atkins ear over twier and it settled upside down with t'hf* drivel Continued on l ast Page \. \. KUM YACHT 11 CKK KOU KUTA IHS Grounded on a eel jettv two mile South of New Castle Del , since Vue- • bay midnight, A Atwater Kent. Jr s million dollar steam yacht. Williwaw ay, was relearn at 12 20 a. in, today. 'Die 150-foot riaft. with a large hole in its starboard boa and an-of tier in the port bow. was pulled oil the jetty about an hoot before high tide by the Merritt Chapman Co s 200-ton derrick, from Philadelphia. The tugs, Aril la I ic and Arabian pulled her lo the Sun Shipbuilding and Dry nock Co. \;trri here, where the damage will br repaired The yacht's owner was aboard, with a party of friends, when she st ruck Hie in iv. The friends were LOV KR ENRAGES IN HECTIC ROMANCE Elopement, Jailing, Attempted Suicide, Dther \\ oman, in < our! ( jim* Sam Scott Reports Sale of Liquor in I lord Ward riu< m nq u ing Hi his girl to Ma Mein! Darb ten re fait h pi ami e, ii] it mg rig lad tmijf n co it charge tie De law it i ge of se if me t rie He I h Fernet tenant compnnn' last mg) ier First lr w as be formerly errant sr personal! Stipel im import in odgr mist a Id in ,i ■ ‘The dent * Defect I md the ing ren ,!! Ut til I par and fin; md rn- umped I Jack Rn Marion >f the prob utomob Is bein of one to two veal •s for con •.piracy of America s purchaser*, j. And an additional year for mixbe- opment of a code of fair •on havior in office, in addition t o fines involves no I only the cha of $600 each. indcpc ndon t stores w hic Attorney Kirk d# ‘dared th At the with them. The old war t men were con vip ter 1 "on fab* e and chains and the mdcpcndcr nip sprou With crash, raise *r and Atk, ig badly, wi car. v hu h Morgan at tshttd P MV as repo ion is i« 'ri St the the Ch ■ d toda pinned bene >m his ear mon and L arb)’ the sr he edge of the stunned anti cd in the lot disabled heel, Atkins er Hospital. that Atkins brought br mobile, Ke ii the va cl today. The md the other attempts to md badly periured testimony” of D Amain The argument for parole was also heard bv Judge John M. Broomall, sitting with Judge Boose. I SKI) THONKV COIN TO ’PHONIC HIS (UKK “Hereafter, when you want to call your sweetheart, don t use slugs in the public phones.’* advised Judge Norman T. Boose as he placed K» n-neth Lockwood. Third street and Edg-inont avenue, on his good behaviour for 3 months and fined him $10 and the costs of court for using phoney nickels in a hotel phone in Chester. “You are about to be married. I understand, but that does not excuse \bu,” the judge went on to say, “After this, if you haven't the legitimate niek*l you will have to resist the temptation to talk to your sweetheart" Lockwood had been apprehended in the art of operating a pay phone at Chester Arms hotel with spurious coins bv two telephone company officials. who charger! the young man with false prelenses He pleaded guilty to the charge before Judge Norman T. Boose, at Media, on Thursday, and was sentenced bv the same court yesterday. fought aga Industry agreement be prevent refused tc though it law, He more imp want that Johi mirier I son t discuss ptir# is permissible tressed two t rtancc — incre and shortened hours of pubs the emphasis upon i turn of millions of work pi e-Axing ailing mav ms far has •fixing, nl-under thr lugs as of sed wages work. Re speedy re-rs to some ie front see udguards ar As soon as red motoric in reported id the rase 'rumpled In d it is believed to be Joss, while the Sproul only slight damage to ion where the bumper ri lamps were damaged he had taken the into the hospital Morpho crash to the pollee will awalt the outcome taken ashore e New Castle bv i ma inch aboard towed to Che,si board bow hole she struck the hole was torn during th# move her. The tugs Adriatic Arabian tile Peter J. Martin tried for two nays to remove the Whileaway from the jetty and 25 men from Hie Bun Shipyard made tcmiiar eftoft* at evci v high tide. Extra pulleys and lac rue were sent lur last night beton* tile successful effort was made Meanwhile concrde had been poured in the yachts hold to reinforce soil patches” placed over the holes The Whileaways skipper is Captain Cushman. Zen O Mar Mar Hill Deli plaint i were c howeve placing P he coin rv Mar Dr nt ASKS (’OHRT TO REVERSE JURY Col. Rum) .Mad (her Vc-r| 1111 (a I of Client With Imposition of ( lists SENTENCE TRUAX ON NEXT FRIDAY (■iven Liber!) on $10,(MMI Rail \fter Court Fost-pont's Action W Nelson Truax. of this city, who yesterday was convicted of embezzlement. fraudulent conversion, false entiles and false pretenses, will not know his punt"diluent until next Friday. Yesterday afternoon, Judge John M Broomall, who presided at. iii** foul day trial, announced that sentence would be deferred until then, Ti flax wan .et tit libel !y under $10-oon bail which wa furnished b> William Turner, of this city. The juiv of right men and four women returned it* verdict st ll o clo- k yesterday, after having bern sn deliberation from 4 3(1 o’clock the previous afternoon They pronounced Truax guilty of alt charges and all count* except Hie few which had n from their consider-on of th* four-year* bhd Thr ware urn n u \ Ms inty oeieruv girl s moth# ted to Jail rv sib* Camden nim. e wax re Ie fey Mon. md hr Jail Later * d a confer xi on Heinie, w confined in t # I V iltg it ', I a dir bet we lawyer of County JU) Colonel contex but p ie of ti ter ill (14 igmn ired horn Is client. Wood lai st mw! til op and r v risked r Pu.xev, of a verdict * costs of th I ford H avenue, Phi on Monday > Rankin non wo olm V Diggins, who was room when the verdict insulted Attorney James md announced that no (I tie marie for a new ii ( lh IHT HIK t to ( Continued on Last Page SCOTT WINS BRITISH AMATEUR COLF HO YI. A KE, England. June 24 (UP* The Hon Michael Scot today won the British amateur golf champion'hip. a 4 and 3 victory Bourn of Sunn.ncdaK iii of Atkins' injuriex. Atkins is well known in the casern section of the city and is an active member of thr Movamrnsing Hook and ladder Company SII OW KRS TOMO HT. SWS WK.ATH RRM AN STOCKS STK NOV IN OI’KMNO AI ARK KT NEW YORK June 24 <VP> Stocks, bonds and cotton were steady at the opening on their respective markets today, while the American rd in a narrow range P tor return) leis to her reason for nagging at and stated of a ira bv At annie Heinie. wh< i cc ognition a despond#* tiered from darken their doorstep a.' lowed two poison tablet* ai 'he point Cif death for Hint He has always been much < with Ma tv Zera, and plans were \rrv few persons In the rn when the jury announced lift Judge Broomall whs nm motion court, where he log with Judges Prone field ’Dade to receive the verdict int iii w never on of i Boom*, s know Ie lieen re ye courts l< need no f max who I •my-third clary and at in lh a t< ! lie w body of lends and he heard nt r be time m th Tile w expected with p w armet Yester was 87 a 67. at 6 over T. A tho final l I I \PS TO HI CAMBRIDGE (INS) Benjamin nf Highland Par! death from the Ma S' J. Bu , III.. four! I HI VI Ii June HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (Bv I tilted Pres*) hot"! t to witn Bryant Bur University. his father J down a yew Burkingh' th Tile * * cr. non of cl from H told auth 24 — rn. 64. to his of a h~re is son, i nard Mf eat herman sav showers aie either tonight or tomorrow Artly cloudy and slightly weather throughout today. ria vs highest temperature t 4 p in and the lowest wa* 30 a rn The average of 77 • degrees above normal for and fix# degrees abo'c th** June 23 of last year. P. Mi” ( HI f K I* X““I It hants heir are warned against us check passer who has ■ri” Media recently The ate drawn on the First Na- rioliar also in around the p 'Hading in moderately a< an absence o Price chan; with about ic Leading is. for the mos Steel firmed Pont, 77 up 58 t, up *, 28 th Ti Bani nam# i n Do ; Media, s O J and W? is using bool !Ca< and signed bv Ram iker. Rodder R Daniels the names of hers, police say AT LINCOLN I IH I)' Nab Pickpocket Suspect at G ten    -Nor C 'aen cent en t I — Lim!harrh , Cotton Time Niato. Red Fellow. 2—Deft* < ampfire. Polas Hag 3—Banting Knight. ( huck B, Saracen 2d, Song Hit, Marti# Flynn. 4—Tyrant. j—( hateagle, sergeant Hill, Iredell 6— (None i. 7— None ft—First Regiment. Weather, cloud* : track. fast. Vt LATONIA 1—<j\trr Fin ta. “pike 2—Indian Red. King ( Hero, H'dNar. fiinga. Koval .Majesty. Miss I ni-vprsr, Red forage. I’eggv (jai 3—Major \< < ident. Dignified “id#* step, Ciramachree, Robin 4dair. fnxv (juiller. Rope Walker, Big .Moment. t— \uf Wledershrn. 5—Declared off 6—None 7—Mal “an. Jack Morph' ft—“taPnian. High Div-r. ) onair. Weather, dear; track, fast. Pickpcx Kl*!.', w ho ever x.nrc l ls* commencement season have been cp-eratmg in crowds at Glen-Nor High Srhool extracted a walle’ from the pocket of Francis Reid. of 5^4 Urban avenue, Glenolden, while the latter was attending the commencement exercises in Glen-Nor High School c m-nas.ium last night. Because of the previous operation* of the “dips," McVeigh and patrolmen was mencement A mg five men, being members drove lip to th) quintette was i up positions in hall When the robber* was reported po-lirr erre ’r,ri Joseph Bruno 42. of lOjft Feders' xf j eg? Ph:;ad'’!ph> ‘aid ’n be a member cf *h« gang *».ho is being held for further hearing. He was Chief of Police John a force of Glenolden on duty at the com-n automobile cont ain-who are .suspected of of a pickpocket gang “ high sr boo’ and the •cen to .*ratter taicrne various parts of the arrested b’ Chief McVeigh and Patrolman Lawrence Clothe:* Questioned bv thr police, the man ’cid a story of coming out to see a •O'lP.g woman whom he named as a member of 'he mmr class, bu* there wnv no on* among the gradual by that name At I he 1932 commencement exrr-r. r there were three attempt made to pick 'he pockets of thoie attending Two of the e were mcccssful. One of the men lost $80 At an affair held at the high -choel rn May a wallet containing $35 wax taken, At last night s commencement ex the share market wa* •(ive, although there was f large blocks. iP’s were under a point v many gain* a* lo*, cs. sue* made small gains t pa11 Unit# d Ste’es up to 36 - ta* , <lu-Consolidated Ga.* Pennsylvania Railroad , >ip Johns Manville, .32 «, up «; Case, 85 t, up A, Standard Oil of California 35 t. up », and Un red Aircraft. 32 up AmoriK the loser* were Allied Chemical. Westinghouse Electric, Auburn Auto. Union Pacific Western Union, Montgomerv Ward. Olane.xe Union Carbide S'andiird Brands and We*tern Union Railroad share* aside from Union Pacific weir- j,:m Net operating n-come of the fir*! dozm railroad* to report for May tan about double tha’ of a year ag## the increase being JOI p#*r cent. ( OM ORI) HARN HURNS; LOSS, SGOIX) Flames, piurn*blv cu<.-cd bv iii#* storage of gre#n hay. destroyed * barn valued at $60fK) on the farm of Dr James Andron of Philadelphia. Int '.tai aiio'jt nr,#-h ‘ t :< .,#    e ’he iialtimor# pike m Concord township early this morning The flamer- had i-onw; Mich headway that when fine companies arrived the building W -v a ma v of flanicx and ’he volunteers centered their attention on removing livr-s’ock from the immediate vicinity of the blaze and to aving a new rom-shed nearby. The reflection could be seen for miles around H#avy motor traffic hampered th#' movement of fir#* apparatus until two member* of the Pennsylvania her a* from tu the Col Pa.x#p OII di senti aith# in i ■ r n ri ildr W ii irapt in eri to marry proceeding* ipproved by man wti ’n wa!in, fine day i s of t lie ( 'quit ted was on in #i claimed th it his wit#* v ( <»nlinned on l.wxt 1‘Agr ( HESTER WOM AN DIES Kl DI NJ; IN AUTO Ctolone! P i #■ v asked wii#’1 Ruprrvieion #<f Birle* bv (ii#* rf allowed, and stated that he lf there had ber ii no pl# < # this kind “to set one now, against all form* of justice t a man into court without on# of evidence against him, »<#r and then chaine him tor tin Judge Broomall slated enij)i t no de# ision of a Jury w # iiange#! bv him, and Judg#' confirmed iii* associate's ult) Beckley wa* charged with lr- stop and render a xxi* tar pros# rotor* claiming that I had int a Negro. Henry Bn Darby township, in the a ft en and lives at 34 East et, this city. wa* slant treasurer of e Cheater-Cambridge Bank and int Company until last January i« charges against him grew nut a number of purchases of stock, the hank'* rr#’dit, where he rketed profitx, when piofit* were id#' arid turned over to the bank irk Which showed a loss Iii*' trial opened lax! Monday and ' prosei ut«'d I#', At iatant District torn# v W'illlam R 'Loa!, aided bv ’a t Distri< I Attorney Guy G The bank account* of certain polit ii a1 job holder*, swollen out of ail proportion to their known salaries, have been uncovered by Investigating federal agent*, and rumor has it that this bit of information has been laid before the Federal Grand Jury delving into alleged Vue. drug law violation* and alliance between politicians and a rum ring in I hi* county, Another "mystery" wttnaaa appearer! yesterday in the Federal building, Philadelphia being usheieri into the gr*nd jury room after a brief conference with V 8 District Attorney Edward W Well* Many witnesses from this cliv were unable to identify the new face, but rumor had it that he wa* a teller in a Wilmington, Del. bank He curried a brief ems* believed to contain banking records Chet A Keyes .special deputy U S. Attorney General, who expect* to in-rii# t “forty oi more," refuged to reveal Hie identity of the witness One official declared that the probe I* prom easing rather more swiftly than he had hojicd for, but. he added, it wiJI require another week or ten riav* to hear all thr witnesses who have been subpenaed. Paralleling Hie government * investigation into protection of liquor < (iniinoed on Ult Page GRANT KAROLE TO FORMER ( ASHIER John H Ward, of Aldan former cashier of the Collingdale State Bank, was set free on parole yesterday of Judge W Roger Fronefiefd. Waid wa* sentenced by Judge Prone fie Id in October, 1931, after he iirtfi enter#d a pl# a of mille contend#• t#i charges #>f embezzlement. Evidence such introduced of a number of fab#’ entries in conned ion with the banks name, involving some $27,000, The prison sentence, in the county jail. was for a term of tw’O and one-ha if to five years 'Die parole petition wa* presented bv Att#irnev* James L. Rankin and John V. Diggins. I opicsof I inics shot vs iii; tries TO KS! AOK ORISON Mr? Mad Be; of 707 Engle *tre acute dilation #>f while riding on Road cerite Her a ided the 8 gean? bein** the Black id, Jame: mon!, ut year* on was stricken wit he heart vexterda he Delaware Stat Cat recreate ll af Hook road, Up|« kiev brought tin wlin t, ro prove that he wa e all of the afternoon in on iv evidence against ti1 tor wa* the fact that th ib# r of the "hit-run" ca t that of Beck lev's UP' Pr hi ai#* I I"..- Goodwill Fire in Wilmington to the r>iavvai r Beaumont rn the <ar and called cf' for assistance Ber -P Elder kin called th# Company t ambulance n#l xii#* wax hurried Hospital where sh#- (.IR \ It lf ( (ll ll (.I (.It tin \ 11 After completing    nine    < n    < study Howard C. Hmitli of ..’0..'6 W' Ninth Street, wa* giadiia'ed freq Girard Coileg# on June 22 M; 8 > ha*    been *eic#:pd to    join a    g;< .p    # to I ri cive    '• po ,    i    lr n in lr) rv education af I * nrip the to    .start    i CHESTER;. Pa. June 24 rank Watson 3,3 Negro of I, who wa* shot in the back 'Tempted to scale the wall* theater county prison last as in a critical condition tone Homeopathic Hor pi ta I cfh# is is ud h»* dashed for while the prisoners were ex-iii the yard Grasping iron (ire wall he climbed to the en he refused to heed the command to drop to the in Uni Hep m#-!i # ondf rrrity, Tib#*r. s I RE ASER V (KINGTON, J tv balance ax o 75J expendltur< ,s receipts, $16 3 Ii XI. X N ( E tie 24 i INB June 22. $995 -, $7 613,219 54; 1.555 94. wa pronounced The Beaumon1 Chester to Prim Her bodv was dead upon arrival. * were driving from e* Anne, Md turned over to De puty Coroner Jam#" ia!#r released to a director. K' Hearn and Chester funeral Conner P.    M. Elopes    With Girl J Milton Bossing principal State Constabulary appeared and dc of Glen-Nor High School in making announcement* warned the assemblage to beware of pickpockets It is believed tha’ the dips" operating at Glen-Nor I- *? n.nii’ mav be members of the -ame gang which ha* been working in trowci- a» South Jcr-sev commenc??m,'n? Th# amount of Mr P^id x lor* cou.d no* be a--cer-tamed. re# ##*d traffi# on the p:k" They refused admittance to motorists who fried to gain access to th* road that led to the farm Fire companies responding were ?he Concordvilie L'ire and Protectivr Asxociation, Felton Hoe'' and Cliem-ical Companv. L#"nm Heigh’.’- Fire Company anc ’ne Chester Township Fire Company. Bluecoat Chases Black Cat; Loses His Pantaloons His effort* to dissuade a black cat from devouring a bird on a iaw’n. plus a sudden dfop in lux cr trousers, f-pelt di.xa ter for Patrolman Ber’ McDonald, 285-pound member of the Upper Darby police force. Sip. I Kina id wa: cha. ing a black rat that was eating a bird on a lawn near I/mg lane and Bradford road Bywood, yesterday afternoon* when his trouser* .slipped their moorings, his legs beearn" entangled and he was shaken up and cut and bruised by a lung" to the sidewalk. L lie! J# I Military M r pol# v Marin. Th# in Elk- MI of bern announced a* the n.x are unaware of the whereof the eloping couple I indgren is socially prominent been icceived in Philadelphia last vcar She is a graduate xclusive Holman school, formerly situated sd Twenty-second and Walnut streets in Philadelphia and now* located in Ardmore. Miss Bind let v the i New ha graduate < College ai star. eloped yesterday gam, Ro.xe Lindgren young couple were ton, Md Announcement of their marriag* came as a shock to Mr. and Mrs E Lindgren, parents of ’he bride A telegram was received by Lindgren* late Ja l night, at their William Carson, of Glen Riddle, and home in M*non No suspicion of such prominent in Delaware county. She action had entered hen mind a1* i tile great niece of Captain William though young Jones had been friendly R Carson, connected with the Cus-wlth Miss Dndgi> n for some time    toms Department, for a number of When interviewed this morning, years. Mrs. Lindgren stated that he would    Jones was one of the best polo give the newlyweds her blessing and players in intercollegiate {Milo during best wishes The young husband it his stay .»» P M C. He graduated in the emplo; of Mr Lindgren who in 1928. and in 1927 was a member control* a large sugar interest in of ‘he polo team that gained national Philadelphia. Plans for the future championship honors. Parent* in a section of the Sixth ward nee p*-evpd because they are going to keep thp Pattrr.xnn school rdosed indefinitely Parent*, we *aid not their children. A limn applying for a divorce at Media said he couldn't remember the date he wa* married Be? it was ••ome Friday the thirteenth. A Frenchman predict* the next big wai will .star’ on Thursday. August 15    1935 We can't make it; that * the day before payday. With (tie w< ether as hot aa it ha* been during the past month, theres no doubt that the Phlllie* feel perfectly c#Mil and content in the cellar. A county farmer whose home I* not equipped with electricity told de-’relive* he couldn't find ha loud speaker. Maybe he lost her in the dark. Papers carry headlines that ’he Lid I* on Chester ” Harry McCov c/ a lid should be put on a lot of Chester* bald-headed men. Police here received a re port that th! ce saxophone* weir s'olen from a house Probably bv some Boy Scout doing hts daily good deed. A man was treated at an nearby hospital yesterday for injuries sustained while pushing a lawn mower. Clip this out and show it to friend w ife, Judging from the number of parked Automobile*, the disarmament ques. non hasnt reached the public park* vet. I he Weather IVA "xii ING TON, lune 24— I P — The u eat her forecast for    Eastern Pennsylvania, and New    Jersey: Generally fair tonight; Sunday local ti.- Kl") the Kl.-at granddaughter Of showt,rs and thunderstorms. not much change in temperature. XXestern Pennsylvania:    Partly cloudy, slightly warmer in    extreme east portion tonight; Sunday local showers and thunderstorms. TOHXX S TIMPER XTl KES 6 a    rn    ......66    IO    a    m, 7 a    rn.    ......66    11    a    m. s %    rn.    ......    70    Noon .. 9 a.    m,    .<«*«<    71 ”1 71 7$ ;