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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - June 28, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                             DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE 10NTIIS ENDING DECEMBER 31 1932 2O328 FINAL EDITION With AH Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH ITGSl Dally Leased Wire Reports of United Press UP and International News Service INS CHESTER PA WEDNESDAY JUNE 28 W33 PRICE TWO CENTS LONDON PARLEY TEXTILE LEADER PROPOSES CODE GOVERNING INDUSTRY j YOUNG SLAYER vXXxXiX X VNJ AGAIN FORCING CURRENCY ISSUE I i S Told Corif erence Will j Fail If Stabilization Is i Ignored i Coincides With Arrival of Moley Seen as Real Voice of Washington Of OGICAL MU3EUM London J ne in London or Assistant Secretary of State Ray mond Moley who is considered by some European statesmen as the real voice of Washington was sig nalled today by a renewed drive to persuade the United States to agree to some form of de facto currency stabilization Behind closed doors the American delegates to the World Economic Conference are being told that less they agree to hitch the dollar i to the pound and franc the parley will fail and the blame will be j placed on the United States It is patent the stabilization issue was revived to coincide with Moleys I arrival ill order to impress upon him j and through him upon President Roosevelt the European contention that the responsibility rests with America It is considered unlikely that the European campaign will succeed for vith wheat at more than a dollar for the first time in three years and other commodities rising in the United States appears to be in a position to push coward recovery ir respective of World Economic Con ference accomplishments if any Moley made it clear that he is not here to discuss debts which is a se vere disappointment to the British nor currentstabilization which is j equally disappointing to Geological Museum London June portions of Sen ator Key Pittmans recommendations for reducing gold coverage were ac cepted today by the monetarysub committee on permanent measures of the World Economic Conference The specific recommendations ac cepted were that gold of currency shall be reduced to 25 per cent goldwifridrawal from internal circulation shall be used ex clusively for international settle ments OF SCHOOL BOY RAVES IN CELL 1 Rag one Held Without Bail for Court Following quest and Hearing CIVIC LEADER DIES Exonerates Ice Vendor of Any Brutal Killing1 C r e a in i Pait in The elimination of child labor and the employment of 100000 additional workers through application of a code governing the textile industry predicted by George A Sloan president of the Cotton Textile Institute at a i Kalopodis meeting of the American Cotton Textile Association pictured in session at Washington This hearing the first i Pronefield under the national recovery act was presided over by Hugh S Johnson federal administrator oC the act A Alternately sobbing moaning and 1 shouting hysterically Richard Ra gone 16yearold child murderer was committed to the county jfiil fit i Media yesterday following a hearing j before Magistrate Clyde W KI j Yeadon and nn inquest conducted j nt the same time by Coroner J Evansi Scheehle I The youthful murcuHer of William I Rcilly 9 of 1530 South Fiftyeighth street Philadelphia is today facing the electric chair for Assistant Dis trict Attorney William B McClen rchan Jr in charge of the investi gation announced that the Common wealth will press for a conviction of murder in the first degree with the penalty nt death despite the fuel the prisoner is apparently subnormnl This boy s one hundred per cent sane in the eyes of the law McClen rtchrm said and reports that he will be sent to an institution are ab solutely untrue Earlier in the day Ragone com pletely freed Stathis Kntopodis 55 yearold ice cream vendor of Fortieth and Market streets Philadelphia from all blame in the crime at habeas corpus proceedings instituted by Mathucs Dougherty attorney for before Judge W Roger PRESENTMENT BY PROBE JURY DUE TOMORROW Expect List of Indicted Members of Rum to Be Announced Ring STILL REFUSES TO PUBLISH LIST J L Rankin Issues State ment on Dropping of 35 Teachers Quiz Reveals Gun Permit I President Larkin Declares Mill Canceled Checks Play Important Part Matter Business Is Nobodys GROUP NATIONS COTTON IPECORA ADDS DIRECTORS PLANTS READY TO KAHN PARTNER TO WIDEN SCOPE BAN CHILD LABOR As Ragone was led into the room by Neal Dougherty a deputy sheriff he sat and gazed around with interest and when the court was 1N1RS WILLIAM O 1IOWLAND DEATH CLAIMS CIVIC LEADER Within 24 hours the IT S govern ment may be able to make known the j first list of persons who will be in dicted its the result of the lengthy and thorough probe into alleged po litical alliance with a notorious rum ring alleged to have operated in this county for years Moving swiftly towards denoue ment government investigators yes terday sprung a complete surprise when they produced as an exhibit cancelled cheeks deposited by politi1 cinns nnd said to have been drawn by bootleggers ns their tribute so that they might thumb their nose at lo cal and county police empowered to enforce the Eighteenth Amendment These checks were cashed with a natation on the backs stating lack of endorsement Penciled Initials or other distinguishing marks thai resembled code numbers were said to have been written in one corj direct violation of banking laws I After exhibiting the checks to the i federal inquisitors Chct A Keyes special deputy U S attorney general who was recalled from private prac tice by the government to prosecute School Board Head Says Teachers List Is Nobodys Business Its none of their business This was the snappy answer of Charles P Larkin Jr president of Chester School Board when told this morning that the taxpayers of the city were some what interested in the names of the 35 teachers dropped from the rolls We have enough trouble with out being bothered by this thing said Larkin Asked for a good reason why the list should not be published Lar kin concluded with the statement We will not give it out 35 teachers The mystery of the f lo11 ls Rtl11 as deep as ever President of the school board refuses to make public the list James L Rankin chairman of the teachers clt cmam many of the outof 11 TY i y o e ouo cnlled to order ns the judge entered Mrs W Rowland liead Itown bankers were in direct collusion CHILE LOANS I he promptly stood up with everyone else AttorneyMathucs Dougherty told the court he was seeking to have Katopodis discharged from the mur der charge and Mr McClenachan laid that the Commonwealth had only one witness and called Ragone f 01 j iv T wiui uiupoliticograft rlnc Of Chester Day NlirSCry i Asked this morning when he ex in to complete the probe the dy OUCLUiuuij 10 limcss nnmlc prosecutor Keycs better known ns Ninetynine Per Cent Keycs Mrs Anna Bishop Howland wife snici While we expect the Grand to Be Made in Coming Campaign Leader Makes Statement at Industry Hearing Firm Was Careless of Resources Wi l JUtUU HowKnd one of thosr om 01 tnose Jury vvil1 Greater Community Effort JManuf act u rers Group Probers Counsel Tries to 10 tnp wiincss standtcarsweiicd m persons whose arc was dedicated to his eyes and he faltered With the service of the community died evening at her home East Continued on Tape Eleven Fourteenth street following an ill nessof about six months duration Born in this city the daughter of some presentment to Continued onPage Eleven Hull chief American delegate to the World Economic Conference has re fused an urgent appeal by European gold standard nations to do some William r N a m e d Chairman POLICE MAGISTRATE Jr Again Proposes Textile Code Be Bonds Defaulted to Public MAKES NEW RULING Executive Changed to Include Such Regulations Continued on PageEleven j A meeting of theaugmented direcj WASHINGTON June Difficult to Bank Assets A rjnraise y WASHINGTON June j m Chester and gave her every effort Persons arrested on trifling charges the realization of acts of serv she herself origl HARRIMAN TRIAL IS SET FOR JULY 6 by outoftown officials will not be accepted for custody ab local police i headquarters unless pro decided when the served the RE PREDICTED Local thunder showers with not NEW YORK June cess of the Federation in past years j Manufacturers Association made 1 S00000000 Chilean loan later de of Joseph W Harriman former presi was reviewed c I A dent of the closed Bank Judge bitter and other vestigating attorney George S Leisure representing the exbanker who is accused of making the announcement in dramatic fashj faulted at a lossof to the ii Am TJoKiti i vi National John G Few president of the Sun ion at the resumption of American Public Benjamin Chester New Centuiyv Club in and 1907 and until her recent illncvs had always displayed an active inter est in the affairs of the club She is credited with having headed the group case of organized the Civic Section of the club which has hnd a groat part the case remarked its airtight Committee likewise give out now The leaders dont have a chance Other officials are mum on in a million of getting out ofthe net weslion While government agents refused Taxpayers of thc city who have evi to reveal the banks through which clcncccl interest in the matter the checks cleared they said thcv ueiWonciiGring just why the schooh l y board persists in its determination to keep thc list a secret Yesterday the Chester Times printed an account of an attempt by a reporter Lo secure thc list It stated thatMr Rankin said he was wiling but would have to consult with other members of the teachers committee These other members the Times said refused to give out the information Today Mr Rankin in a signed Statement declared the reporter misunderstood him His statement to the Times was ns follows Rankins Statement Tn yesterdays paper you have me as stating thafcl favored much change 5n temperature are c Pllbiication of the names of thc predicted in Eastern Pennsylvania j UicTncxt Jersey Delaware and Maryland t that Messrs Turner Foster my arc probable tomor associates on the Teachers Commit to this Your rep attends thc School end street near Ninth street was called She had been locked up by a no warrant and admitted false entries in the books of his enlarge the Board of Directors of the bank asked for a years postpone Welfare Federation This was de ment charging that Senator Neely of termmed to obtain a more complete West Virginia had made highly prejudicial remarks and that these had been repeated by Colonel J A G Campbell other offi cers aided the chairman A few weeks ago it was decided to posed that the code be amended to include specific regulations against Norman H Davis president Roose employment of any children under roving ambassador 16 years of age I negotiate the Chilean loans helped He re no warrant had been issued for her arrest he having taken her into cus tody on a charge of drunkenness at the instigation of relatives none of i w whom appeared to press charges representation of the entire comrnuj YesterdajTGeorge A Sloan presii Guaranty Bank which helped to I You have no warrantfor me and nity in the Federation and to make i dent of the Cotton Textile Institute 1 noatthe loansin this country my relatives nre not going to press The announcement was greeted ceived in fees for bringing the with business to Kuhn Loeb and the in thc philanthropic endeavors of the membership At the time oC the build ing of the present ciuartcrs of the New Century Club at Fifteenth and Upland streets Mrs Howland served as chairman of the house committee and it was through her untiring zeal that the group of ladies who helped to build the club wore successful Her efforts in the creation of the club remarks Ashurst The Senate Committee stirred up such a prejudicial atmosphere against banks and bankers Leisure said that my client could not be assured of a fair trial statement to which Leisure ob jected was in the form of a question asked in Washington by Neely who wanted to know if it was necessary encourage a bank president who had stolen more than SI000000 from its services more effective and com prehensive Since the Federation was organized shortly after the World War the number of directors was said he believed the minimum wage would serve to eliminate em ployment of minors Marchant who reported textile committees action We relied on a Department of i charges against me the pro Commerce report which said the bank tested as Boulden asked that she be broad th were an example of and her desire to Century Club become a powerful fac tor in the social and civic life of Chester Thcnew clubhouse was built about eight years ago Dearest to Mrs Howlands heart conducted its affairs with uniform held until he procured a warrant I was the service rendered row also llBhc Perfiturc here yes mcetlnBS to Continued on Page Eleven CO COMMISSIONERS HOLD BRIEF SESSION average of 78 was four degrees above normal for the rlnte but two degrees below the average June 27 last year Maximum temperature for the date is 03 established in 1876 and mini mum 55 In 1893 Sunrise torlny wns at 534 a m and sunset will be at fi34 p m Eastern Daylight Saving time BANDIT AND HIS GETAWAY A youthful gunman wearing a handkerchief mask last midnight robbed the Sylvania Restaurant Third street and Morton avenue of Only routine business was trans acted at a meeting of the County Commissioners held yesterday at Media Payment of to Concord town ship representing county aid given in the improvements to Walters road and Shaver town road was ratified The work was done last fall The commissioners set July12as the date for newly appointed regis trars of the City of Chester to meet at the courthouse for their instructions held at 17 and now there are in ex cess of 50 The new directorate includes repre for the existence of sentatives from each of the main emergency on said the safety and success he said Ferdinand special Senate banishment of child labor would be counsel explored the Chilean loan be fore taking up theincome taxes of Kihn Loeb partners Reports were contributing industries the local I drganized labors opposition to tne i current the Parncrs very little i i i rf the economic i service1 clubs business and profes sional organizations the churches city government the general citizen ship and from each of the 13 affili Continucd on Pape Eleven left the police courtroom his depositors to continue on a jobiftcd charitable orwelfare organiza tions now composing the Welfare Federation The enlarged Board of Directors will meet three or four times a year 0 pass upon the main of the Fcderation while the detail work will be conducted by four major commit which had been so profitable HELEN JACOBS WINS IN W i I OPPOSES DARBY CREEK DREDGING taxes in 1930 and nothing in 1931 Otto H Jvahn head of the firm arrived at the hearing a few min V WOMAN A HATTTQ utcs late His personal physician X A UiUAIM AUiUlb accompanied him Committee mem I have charges to prefer against connection with ihe you Boulden replied j Nursery Childrens You better be careful about what Home which has been a strong in you do I can make things hot for fiucnce for good among the children you if you arc looking for trouble i ol the city The movement to found was the womans parting shot as she lowland heart The proprietor was alone when the for hand r o ns rcdlhrousfh her described as being slim enj The cSSmffinore i rcnsPCSBonrdinc wm annc if taurantcur make reservations at Erie v him to make i the state convention or r Continued on Page Eleven WIMBLEDON June Helen Jacobs of California American national singles champion gained the third round of the AllEngland tennis tournament today by a 61 j 63 victory over Joan Saunders Engj lish star j The weather was warm and muggy Mrs Dorothy Andrus Burke of j Stamford in the win over land Jack Crawford No 1 Australian Daviscupper and one of the tourna ment favorites reached the fourth round of the mens singles with a 63 64 86 victory over Antoine Gentien of France Continued on Pnge Eleven HEAT WAVE KILLS Engineer Submits Sanitary Plan to Group of Business Men NEGRO UNDER BAIL ON LARCENY CHARGE George Veal 24 homeless Negro arrested yesterday on the charge of SHOOTING LOVER NEW YORK June Marquita Lopez attractive 22year old night club hostess walked into the j Continued on Eleven POLlffiORDER ONFIREWORKS larceny of two linoleum rugs from a j pistol with one shell exploded West Fortyseventh Street Police Stai Mayor Ward IsSUCS Edict Regarding Sale in City Limits tion in the theatrical district early today and announced Ive shot a man Her handbag contained a 32 calibre STOCK IN H vxi w 4 uj I Wl O I A f JJiUVJ lCl Jftruck at Eighth and Wood streets i The man it developed was Albsct prfphlrri on Junc 5was heldin S500 bail for i Pearson 2D rrLcourn inuaacipnia aisi ourt When given a hearing in police i Miss Lopez explained she shot him tnct engineer of public health told i court today because they had had CHICAGO June i a group of business men of Darby Wood was named as an accomplice I objected to her going out with nn 3rd Conn joined Mils Jacobs temperatures which set new alltime j and vicinity gathered at a luncheon byRichard Agncw who was likewise third round with a 64 baked the Middle West today mecting ycstcrdaVi to discuss plans for court when gven a hearing Tl nf TTri rr Ul illt IJH i U 1 lilt tiilo JTlOliT 1 j L uexj c t um luit tLrji ui f in 1 Or Inr1 m rrnirfmpnTi Af no rHtr ft other man At Polyclinic Hospital when the Scorching crops killing livestock and causing widespread human suf fering continued lorrid temperatures were forecast for today j The United States Weather Bureau j reported that yesterdays mercury j reading of 1001 degrees in Chicago for the improvement of Darby creek i The arrest of Veal led from a commercial business and sani1 on the establishment of Anthony i ant wounded man was confronted by the to a raid girl he identified her as his assail tary standpoint the business DeMarco Second street near Pulton Henri Cochet of Prance gained the I at pm was the highest June fourth round with a gruelling 26 i temperature m the citys history High temperatures were reported people of Darby wanted to cleaned out and and not talk i characterized a Tel them why commanded He turned wept 64 63 57 63 victory over Clay ton Lee Burwell former American collegiate star HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY By United Prtss temperatures1 were in Indiana downstate Illinois Wis consin Minnesota South Dakota Iowa Nebraska and southwestern states DOCTOR EYXOX RECOVERING Continued on Page Eleven HAD PLEASANT OUTING the Smedley Junior street where a large can filled with aFeged moonshine whisky was confiscated DcMarco was held in i S1000 bail for courc this morning by 10 Magistrate Michael A Honan Detectives learned from Veal that pistol without a permit i he sold the stolen nigs to DeMarco i for a dollar and a pint of whisky The rugs were recovered by police I shot you she his head Miss Lopez was charged with felon j ious assault and with possessing a Be kcerful about your Mre no outcry After he bucked out and fled Police were notified but found no trace of the robber SCHOOL SESSIONS The summer Bible school connected with the First Italian Presbyterian Church Third and Pulton streets opened Monday morning with an en rollment of 140 scholars Sessions will be held dally from until 1130 oclock except Saturdays Owing to the large enrollment this year thc school Ls divided Into five classes four of which are being taught in the church and the other Jn the garage decided to at Erie Pa where mptying the cash 10 and 1U Topics of Times works Not only the kind you shoot to which hns been attractively fitted up celebrate the Fourth but when you I for the work at thc rear of thf par shoot em Mayor William Ward Jr Lsonagc today issuedan official edict to the Rev Dro Tedesco pastor is su local police as to what be topfrrintendcnt nt the school and is and what will Tom Cockhill school athletic direc tor says short pants are healthful Thats funny our PT instructor in thearmy alwaystold us deep breath ing was most beneficial A fire broke out in the old Chester brewery yesterday Maybe it started from some of those connected with it who are burning up at the delay over their permit Government weather forecasters ire said to be correct 80 per cent of the time A part part of the 20 per cent we take it is when they predict cooler weather tomorrow Pretty Boy Floyd Oklahoma eratcd and what will be i ing assisted by Mrs Tcdcsco and banrJir has killed at least six men taboo f following teachers Miss Alvena Toi erhaps hes still looking for the Torpedoes pistols 3inch cannon i dcsco Miss Elizabeth Hoftler Miks iC cw wno gavehim that nickname Members of High School Girl Reserves concluded their seasons program yesterday with an outin Chan O CONSERVATIVES BACK BALDWIN MOYA FIREMEN ACCEPT INVITATION and aerial bombs arc not on the ap Hattie Mason and Miss LouiseTizza proved list Although thcne cnn easily he at Ninth and Engle t LONG PRISON TERMS streets in Chester township L other adjacent points such as Trainer Eddystone and other places ar nominal cost Mayor Ward has instructed police Its not uncommon to see pedes trians walking along roads ia ware carrying lights And neitheris Continued on 1aRC Kiev LUTHERANS BACK MKROEIC AT ARLINGTON PARK Jone Chirac Surety Envoy Try Wright Weather cloudy track fast The condition of Dr John S Eynon a prominent surgeon of this j enjoyed a city who has been a medical patient door pursuits and in Chester Hospital was reported to be today the Girls Work Department East Broad street last ev medcal patent dwr pursulw and a pnic supper since last Friday The group was accompanied bv Miss a resolution tantamount to Business much imoroved Marv Helen Birchard secretary of miscpnnocnce m the governments i part in t Uvn riirTc Wnrv 1 India policy was aImost humihatmcriy i b spons policy defeated Tvo youthful Delaware county bandius convicted of staging a holdup at a gasoUnc filling station were given prison terms of 10 and 20 yeans each by Judge Joseph L Kun nt Media yesterday At a meeting held in the fire house i Merger of the 13 serninarks nf the I John Carr 19 of Llancrch was sen United Lutheran Church in America lcnced to 15 to 30 years and Howard into five or less institutions was J Williams 22 of Upper Darby drew favored in K resolution presented at i 10 to 20 years John Brook of Haver sixth annual conference of i ford township pleaded nolle con Theological Seminaries in tendere to a concealed weapons thc Fourth of July parade to I Philadelphia which ended today charge in the same case was adjudged FOR RATSJDTTQi uncommon to see motorists in this i i u Ur 1 O state traveling along all lit up Chct Kcycs already has pictures of those he expects to indict He should have little trouble selling them to sponsored by that organization Schools in the United Sjtates and cruilty fined and placed on five Poetry Wins Clemency for Young Woman Forger Poetry composed in prison showing Lemuel B Schoneld cf remorse for a misspent life and to a S75 check I pressing love for her foster parents The poetry which Judge Welsh c theheart of Federal Judge j read and a plea of foster mother f Sue Terry Qniet Chat Twill Miss George A Welsh in Philadelphia yesMrs T P Escott 11 of this city to N Conlan Auf Wiederschn terday and won clemency for Mrs whom she dedicated a touching poem i Captain Henry Indian Patricia L Lyons 24earold mother f on Mothers Day caiised Judge Welsh J Red Ameer Hydsar Dusty Dawn j of two children to give her a suspended sentence of teho Georsre She was brought from the State CO days and place Oier on probation 4 Industrial Home for Women at Muncy for five years on the federal charge AT LATONIA Princess Seven tip Dorita Sweep Patsyettc Pa to plead guilty in the Federal She must complete her fiveyear sen Court to charges or defrauding the i tcnce imposed by Quarter Sessions government of over SI200 in raised j Court December li 1931 on the for Win Ansrie May mpney orders She has three and a gcry charge i Orchestration J o r e 11 a Queen 1 half years of a fiveyear sentence to I Her attorney A Lincoln Meyers I serve at Muncy for forging the name Peter TVeather clear track fast 1 of former Director of Public Safety Drop 1417 Families From State Aid With local state and national news stories telling of the resump tion of business carrying with it the sequel of pay envelopes and better times for the working man and his family definite proof is offered here by relief statistics Clifford H Peoples of the Dela ware County Poor Board which distributes state aid today de clared that 7286 families were on the relief list in the city and county during the worst point of the depression ThLs month there are but 5869 families a decrease of 1417 fami lies no longer requiring state aid which is a strong indication of the times Thore who will represent the fire i Canada arc represented by delegates years probation i company officially in the parade ari rangemcnto sre Walter Brogan i marshal and Hancc Wright and Fraiik Toppin assistant marshals BIKE DAMAGED SLIGHTLY newspapers When President Roosevelt left for his ocean trip he said he wouldnt set foot on dry land for a fortnight With the way stales are voting for repeal of the 18th Amendment there will be little dry land left soon A state official says beer drinkers should be sure the tax is paid on a bottle before drinking it But who ever heard of a thirsty man looking for tax stamps to wet his whistle Tfe Weather Health Officer Timothy McCarey driving a municipal car this morn I ing ran over a bicycle lying in the i roadway at Tenih street and Con cord avenue McCfirey was driving j west on Concord avenue at the time The front wheel of McCareys car i passed over the lighter it the Wall Street Market NEW YORK June which followed the crash of the stock by International News j market prices in October 1929 have street in the throes of a mild been reemployed and help is June 2 r n Pennsylvania Partly cloudy with probably local showers and thunder storms Thursday 1Tiarkct boom perking up being taken on daily north portions tonight Western Pennsylvania Local der showers tonight or Thursday not 1 caught in the brake rods of a mn arm i LiShts blaze nightly from the much chane in temperature j j If looIfK 1lKf fhp fooci nlr in x the good old times mobile and was dragged some dis j tancc before McCarcy stopped The bicycle was only slightly damaged TJ B A LA NCE i WASHINGTON Jione jTht treasury net balance for June 2fi j was 594389351071 Expenditures that day were Customs re be operating quito extensively ceipts for the month through June 26were J v t T financial j New Jersey partly cloudy tonight and Thursday probably local thunder TODAYS TEMPERATURES down in the financial district Busij Clerks and bookkeepers toil until ness is definitely better Stock prices j midnight and later keeping up with 5howers Thursday not much are have been going up ever j the days business this has not hapi jn temperature since midApril Fortunes are being pened since 29 j L rcccuped oni deal alone netting an L F Loree president of the Dela estimatcd pRfit of SO000000 ware and for his com Bfg men like Loree Mcchan Cutj pany several months ago 500000 ten and Sinclair are understood to i shares of New York Central stock at i an average price of S22 a share This Several thousand wall street em ployes let out during the depression 1 Continued on Page Eleven i 10ia 6 a m 7 am 8 a m i 9 a m 70 11 a m 70 Noon 73 71 1 p m 73 72 2 p ffi 74   

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