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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - July 15, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE MONTHS ENDING DECKMBKR 31 1932 2O328 57TH 17645 Dally Leased Wire Reports of United Press UP cud International News Service INS FINAL EDITION With AH Latest and of the Day CHESTER PA SATURDAY JULY 15 1933 EIGHTEEN PAGES 2 FLYING TEAMS HOP ON ATLANTIC TRIPSFROM N Y Wiley Post Heads for Ber lin in Winnie Mae on Roundworld Attempt Darius and Girenas Steer Course to Lithuania 4900 Miles Distant WORLDCIRDUNG HOP DALIAN PLANES EXPECT TO REACH CHICAGO TODAY PRICE TWO CENTS ST JOHN N B July An airplane washeard flying high above New Germany Nova Scotia shortly before a m It was believed to be the roundthe world plane Winnie Mae The weather was clearing inland but it was fogpv along the coast A light south wind was blowing FLOYD BENNETT FIELD N Y July flying teams hopped off on transatlantic flights today one heading for Berlin on the first leg of a roundtheworld race the other steering a course to Kaunas Lithuania Wiley Post with a robot pilot as his companion set out In the fa mous plane Winnie Mac in an n tempt to lower the record of eight days 15 hours 51 minutes for an around the world flight he set with Harold Gatty two years ago His first planned stop was Berlin thence on to Novosibirsk Russia Khaba rovsk Russia Fairbanks Alaska Albert and New York hoped to complete the flight in six days The Lithuanian team Captain Stephen Darius and Stanley T Girenas began their flight without official permission and faced the pos sibility of losing their licenses as a result Their takeoff at 624 a m EOT was a complete surprise as they indicated they were merely pre paring for a test flight under full load Darius and Girenas flew a Bellanca monoplane christened the Lithuanic It carried no radio or parachutes as it headed over the north Atlantic for a goal of 4000 miles distant Post took off at 510 a m disap pearing into the early morning haze The Lithuanians took off one hour and 14 minutes later Darius a world war veteran won i fame fn the 149th Artillery Rainbow Division and received several decora tions for constant bravery under fire After the war he served in the Lithuanian air service Then he went to Kallpeda Germany and was Baltics Armada Leaves Montreal on Final Hop to Destination Windy City Plans Recep tion for Representatives of Mussolini Wiley Post is shown here with the Winnie Sins monoplane In which h MONTREAL July Italys fleet of 24 seaplanes took off on the 870 mils of the 6100 mile flight to the Chicago ex position today Uvi first plane taking the air nt a in EOT The planes were far behind sched ule delayed first by ceremonies in cident to the arrival of Augusts Rosso Italian ambassador to Amer ica andpartly by takeoff difficul ties occasioned when small craft swarmed over the river shutting off the milelong path along which the giant seaplanes were preparing to speed Ambassador Rosso was met nt Bonaventure station by General Babo and escorted by him to the air port The Ambassador boarded Balbos plane joining the squadron for the last stage of its flight Thunderstorms over Lake Erie wcre reported shortly before the take off Mackay radio recommended at the CANADA WELCOMES GENERAL BALBO UIL niuji Uf jiMui ui iiiu 11 m iik mv departedfrom New iork this morning at 510 oclock on a roundtheworld I last minute that the squadron flv to flight ol 13950 miles in six days The plane will be suiclsd automatically by a robot PARENTS HURT BABY UNHARMED YOUNG SLAYER NOT OF SANE MIND Couple Struck by Truck District Attorney to Have Overturned in Collision Near Media Ice Pick Wielcler Com mitted to Asylum A man his wife and their twoI Richard Philadelphia monthold baby were injured early J Continued on Page Eleven BRITAIN WINS OVER AUSSIES CUP TEAM WIMBLEDON England July Britain today won the European zone championship of the annual Davis Cup tennis competition gaining the right to meet the United Stiites in the interzone final tie at Auteuil France next week The tie was decided when Henry Wilfred Bunny Austin of England defeated Vivian McGrath young Australian 64 75 G3 McGrath surprisingly forc3d the pace during much of the contest bombarding Austin with lightning drives and scoring with his twofisted backhand returns He led 4 to 1 in the first and 4 to 2 in the second but always Bunny was able to rally winning in straight sets Austin who affected white shorts was more consistently accurate nnd elected to play from the baseline except for rare sorties to the net He placed his deep shots well often dropping squarely onto the far cor ners while scoring occasional cross court passing drives Austins victory reduced the Jack CrawfordFred Perry match which was to follow to a mere exhibition status Crawford the oncoming Australian star and Perry warmed up as soon as the AtistinMcGrath match was complete VISITORS DAY AT CAMP The customary Sunday visitors day routine will be observed tomor row at Camp ChesNorr and a large number of friends and parents of the boys from this city who are attend ing the joint summer camp of the Chester and Norristown Young Mens Christian Associations is anticipated The boys will observe their regular Sunday school period in the morning and in the evening there will be ves last evening in an accident on the Baltimore pike south of Swarthmore as they were standing at the road side waiting for a Media bound bus A large truck driven by Robert E Parker 111 Galey tcrracs Media was struck and knocked over against th young couple nnd their child when a speeding car driven by two Phila delphia youths crashed into it as it was attempting to make a left turn off the pike onto the Plush Mill road Five persons were taken to the Media Hospital suffering from minor and more serious injuries They are Carl J Maitre 25 Baltimorepike and Plush Mill toad who suffered brush burns of the arm and shock Mary Maitrs 23 his wife who sus tained fractured ribs and suffered from shock their infant daughter Barbara suffered fiom shock andwas detained for observation Harry Samuelian 5303 Walnut street Phil adelphia the driver of the sedan sustained lacerations and contusions and Irving Grenofz 121 South Peach street Philadelphia who was driving with Samuelian and who sustained a compound fracture of the left thigh Eyewitnesses said that Parker had given all the necrssary warnings of a left turn and was half way across the highway when the sedan driven at excessive speed appeared over the top of the hill the driver being un able to avoid a collision When th2 truck was struck it swerved about and finally rolled over falling on th members of the Maitre family The mother managed to push her baby to safety but was seriously injured herself doing so Officer Handy of the Swarthmore police was the first on the scene and with Patrolman Harold P Chandler of the Spring field police took the victims to the hospital Magistrate William Morgan whose home is only a few hundred feet from the scene of accident released Parker in his own recognizance and will detain Sarnuelian as soon as he is released from the hospital charg ing him with reckless driving and assault and battery accused of brutally slaying Billy Reilly 0 in Yeadon on the evening of June 23 is not sane according to the opinion of Dr George Wilson noted alienist When District Attor ney William J MacCarter Jr re ceived Dr Wilsons report yesterday he stated that the commonwealth would ask the Court to appoint a lunacy commission to formally de clare the boy Insane nnd then ask the Court to commit Ragone to an asylum Toronto and Port Huron Mich and proceed to Chicago by way of Lans ing Earlier plans had been to skirt Lakes Ontario and Erie flying over Buffalo and Detroit The fleet had refuelled since soon afier its arrival here yesterday from Shediac N B but Bnlbo Italian Air Minister and pilot com mander of the unprecedented flight desired to await the arrival here of the Italian Minister to the United i States Augusts Rosso Once in Chicago the fleet of mill tury seaplanes will have completed a flight that took it from the Italian High Sea Ilying School nt Orbctcllo CAPTAIN AND TWO SINK IN BURNING TANKER 34 SAVED Cities Service Cos Ship Petrol Goes Down Off Carolina Coast Master Refuses Proffered Aid Gulf gem Rescues From Inferno Til t U 1 UK General linlbo Indicated by us he arrives l at LonguM across the SlV Montreal Uiwrence river from Of AT OLU I North Sea through the North At lantic to Iceland up near the Arctic circle across the Atlantic via Green land to the bleak Labrador coast nnd down to New Brunswick bsfore it veered oft across new Brunswick Maine Qusbec and the United StalesCanadian frontier on the final The last of Balbos planes got down j on ths St Lawrence here at 210 p ORDERED Judge MacDadc Insists Upon Report oi Condi tions in Marcus Hook Stores opsratin in slot machines PARTY ENHOLLM KNT CHANGE ACCEPTED The court at Media was Informed yeslmlny that Clyde were lusessor of the third precinot Fourth Ward Upper Darby township had accepted the certificate of Archibald Dick of the same precinct to change Dicks party enrollment from Repub lican to Democrat The notice was given by Attorney Howard Kirk who represented Blnlccr in recent man OCONNELLS WAIT KIDNAPERSWORD Anxious to Know Whether New List of Interme diaries Satisfies court yesterday by Judge legally accountable in the opinion of the alienist he should be confined for life to prevent him from again committing murder In a lengthyreport to the district attorney Dr Wilson said This prisoner is defective mentally and there is much in the examinations to suggest dementia prascox The physician also said that the boy has physical defects and there WI V I kiAy 1111 C Ifc M1U LJ i A 11 1 1 J m EOT ycstcrdav An uproarious Albert Dullon MacDatle when he ninn welcome was given the flyers Balbo i was Presented with petitions for the went at once to a hotel nnd stripping to shirt and trousers telephoned his chief Premier Benito Mussolini The tenor of Mussolinis remarks was In by Balbos smiling gratias Mllies a thousand thanks into the telephone CHICAGO July of mlUl015 firccl wlth ere are signs of organic disease of the anticipation at witnessing the brain end of one of historys most dramatic LIEUT H R BAXTER GOES TO CANAL ZONE In his conclusion Dr Wilson says i air that Ra3one has dementia praecox 1 i i M 1 ticl li i er v nich has developscl in a person men ially defective He should not be held for Gen Italo Balbo and his intrepid Orbetalloto Chicngo were scheduled to arrive in the har Conlinueil on Last Page legally responsible but should be inI Longbefore Premier Mussolinis stitutionalized for the rest of his a mlnlstcr S 24 seaplanes I replied natural life to prevent any possibility of his injuring someone If he is ever freed it is likely that he would commit other crimes that would lead to murder Dr Wilson whose offices are near Thirtysixth and Walnut streets Phil adelphia examined Ragone tvice since his arrest The first examina tion was on June 26 in the presence of Assistant District Attorney William B McClenachan Jr and other county authorities and the second parole of Isaac Jenkins and Max Leof storekeepers in the 300 block East Tenth street Marcus Hook Both men had pleaded guilty to gambling charges on June 21 and had been sentenced by Judge Mac Dado to serve from two months to one year in jail What has become of the investi gation nskccl the court of Assistant District Attorney Louis A Bloom It has come to my cars that out of the police in Marcus Hook used his own car to take machines out of some of the stores We arc investigating nnd trying to find the real owners Mr Bloom Continued on Pairc Eleven ONE OF MAJOR SHANNONS GUESTS Eugene P White of Third and Norris streets Clerk of the House of Representatives will be one of the guests on a tour of the new Indian town Military Reservation and Camp George C Rickards at Mt Gretna next Monday Part of the artillery arm of the Pennsylvania National Guard is now encamped at Indiantown while the Fiftyfifth Infantry Brigade the 103rd Medical Regiment and other War Department dispatches report I units are under canvas at Mt Well we want a report said Judge MacDadc who at the time of the trial had declared we are after LINDBERGHS REACH in thls slot mMhlnc ITkWAT T1VT T A rO These machines were flaunted in JLUVYlM IIS a number of places right in the heart of the town paid the court CARTWRIGHT Labrador July 15 A numljcr of witnesses Introduced UP Colonel rhirlp A i inri Iby Archie Levy told of the T u T Charles A Linelj prcvlous good nr Jenkins bcrgh studied weather reports today j and Leaf The court said that a dc in preparation for the most hazard clsion would be made later concerning ous stage of exploratory night to Ililc GOOmilc stretch of the north Atlantic to Julienhaab Green land Lindbergh and his wife seeking a practicable northern air route to Eu rope arrived here at 445 p m EOT yesterday from Botwood N p where they had paused for lunch and to refuel their plane after a night from St Johns They had the advantage here of trm Judge Albert Dutlon MncDadc In a recent opinion snld that the asses sor should not insist upon a personal delivery of such a voters certificate but that lie should satisfy himself that the signature is genuine Yes terday Mr Kirktdlrt the court that Blaker was satisfied that Dick hud signed the petition The court action hnd been tiikcn because i number of assessors throughout the county had refused to accept voters certificate or peti tions to enroll in certain parties when tlm papers were delivered to them by a third person FOR 2JWBBERS Upper Darby Couple Were Victims of Slickup Others Sentenced DELAWARE COUNTIAN FINED IN MARYLAND Joseph Wcxlln of Drexcl Hill was sentenced yesterday in Baltimore Md to serve one month in jail and to pay a S75 fine for hit and run driving Wcxlin appealed and was granted his liberty under S1000 ball weather charts of the Italian base pending action on the appeal established for the Italian ileui of Police claimed Wexlln was cap per services with a guest speaker who tne transfer of Lieutenant Henry R Gretna will deliver an informal sermon to Baxter of this city and an officer in Tne invitation was extended to Mr the campers and visitors tne Air Corps of the Regular Army white by Major General E C from his present station at Kcllv i Shannon of Lancaster head of the Field Texas to the Panama Canal I Pennsylvania National Guard who Zone with orders to sail from Amerls also inviting the members of the ica on November 1 j military committees of the State j Lieutenant Baxter who Is the son and House of Representatives of H Brace Baxter of 1020 Parker i Lo be his guests Third street was fined S10 when given street is a graduate of Chrsier i II nas to have them a hearing in police court today j High School and of the United States i lncot irl of Major General VIOLATES MOTOR LAW Caught operating an automobile without a drivers license William Johnson 38 Negro of 1704 West and John Coge 49 Negro of West Front street HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY United Press varsity football team Among other assignments of Penni Gretna where there will be a parade vania officers to new service was the an inspection of the camp appointment of Lieutenant George G will also be a dinner Guiteras Medical Corps Reserve of sucst of Major General Shannon at Yeadon this county to a tour of lne 28n Division headquarters Mon service with the Regular Army Modiday evcnriS cal Corps at the Army Medical Cen MTriTvrm ter in Washington D C Lieutenant I WENT FOR SWIM Guiteras Ls to serve in connection AT ARLINGTON PARK Weather clear track muddy AT LVroXlA Gal Hildas Dream Gentpa with the Civilian Conservation Corns work of the Army Medical Corps SWARTHMORE llAN 1 OF INJURED r oini KIDE Three occupants of an automobile escaped death at 230 a m today when the car crashed through a gate and collided with a Reading Com jpany freight engine at American i urdcr snmn and Berk streets Philadelphia No ga son M Buck 321 A 14yearold boy started out for a swim In Chcstsr yesterday but woka up in Baltimore Harold Wohlforth Jr left his home at 843 Montrosc street Phila this city other boys to swim in the Leipervilic quarry On the outskirts of Philadelphia he hopped a produce truck climbed fcl Swarthmore ave MrcelU H CherokeeTsal TrdSV meSwarthmcfc Helen Kelly 27 of M VitaminIB l 1921 North street and Henry Cajnga Jack Murphy 233S Bridge werc J t T m Cajnga Jack Murphy Tadcastcr Imclda Luna Ladj Uncle Matt Pana Franka Sweep Nell Kuhlman Run Amllilan Dec Gully Jumper Weidel Iujano Tommy FIRE IN PHILADELPHIA Several drunken vasrints refused admission to the shelter for homeless men in Philadelphia are bolieved re sponsible bjpoiico for a fire in an Five hours later hs woke up It was dark so he shouted for the driver The driver took him to Bal timore police headquarters and notl fisd his family I was lucky at that Hari od said Ths truck was bound for High Point N C seaplanes that left here only Thurs tiwrl after they fired several shots day for Chicago I at him LEAVE NEW YOJK FOR LITHUANIA U S TREASURY BALANCE WASHINGTON July I wo men who admitted robbing nn Upper Darby delicatessen dealer wcre sent to the Eastern Penitentiary yesterday afternoon by Judge John M Broomall who received their plea of guilty at Media Joseph Martin 31 of Boston Mass was scnlcncet to a term of five to 10 years and his companion Charles Smith 30 of Easton Pn to a term of four to eight years Both men were fined and ordered to pay the costs Martin has served three previous sentences and Assistant District At torney Louis A Bloom told the court that this defendant Is a candidate for life Imprisonment Samuel Toub of 265 Bayard road Upper Darby said that Smith ant Martin drove his automobile as he and his wife left their store late on the night of June 22 A gun was pointed at him Toub said and he was ordered to sUch em up Be cause he had only about S2GO In his pocket Toub said the men forcw him to open the store where approxi mately additional wis found Dstective Thomas names testified that the bandits were picked up in Camden after Upper Darby police had flashed the license number of the car in the robbery NEW YORK July tain F L Sears master of the tanker Cities Service Petrol shouted to his wouldbe rescuers from the bow of hia blazing ship off the North Carolina coast that he would go down with the ship A few minutes later the Petrol plunged stern first to the ocean bot tom Two members of the crew nc compjmled Captain Sears to a sea nuins death Thirtyfour others wera rescued by the tanker Gulfgem This heroism of the sea was de scribed tersely In the messages the muster of the Gulfgcm handed his wireless operator while he directed the movement of lifeboats across a rough sea lighted by the Petrols fluming hulk last night When finally at 1130 p m the Petrol blazing from foremast to poop deck plunged to the bottom the dimgcm saluted her master with a series of blasts from her horn and proceeded toward Charleston S C where she will land the survivors to night or tomorrow One of the men who died with Cap tain Scars was George Binninger tlw other name was not known By CAPTAIN ALCRED NILSSON of he S S Gulfgem ABOARD a S GULFGEM At July 1933 by the United tanker the Gulfgcm with 34 rescued seamen aboard blew her whistle In requiem over the ocean grave of three gal lant seamen 150 miles off the Nortli Carolina Coast early today and pro ceeded toward Charleston S c A few minutes before the tanker Cities Service Petrol a blazing In ferno for hours plunged stern first to the bottom of the Atlantic Her Continued on Last Pace ALBANY N Y July of the kidnaped John J OConnell Jr assured In a new com munication the captive was still allyo awaited won us to whether their new list of proposed the a name more1 ac ceptable to the kidnap gang Twelvenew names were submitted in advertisements In New York news papers yestercliiy Asaimmco that the young nephew of AlbanyB political rulera had not been killed buoyed the family after many hours of uncertainty For three days after the second list of pro ncsed Intermediaries was submitted no word was received Then another letter was found in Uie private poslolflcc box of Daniel OConnell uncle of the captive It contained a note signed by young OConnell himself which assuredthe family he was safe and unharmed ALTON Til July news has been received and there will be an announcement later this morn Ing Lawrence Keller Jr and Orvlllc S Catt agents for the Luer family In negotiating for the release of August Luer 77yearold kidnaped banker announced this morning Lucr today had been in the bunds of kidnapers more than one hundred hours LOCAL KIWANIANS ON FISHING TRIP A large group of members of Chester Klwahls Club left Marcus Hook yesterday afternoon to enjoy an overnight deep water fishing trip to the Delaware bay the trip being made 0 seagoing tug of the Pure Oil Company which was obtained through the efforts of E A McCad den headof the local refinery arid an enthusiastic member of the club The group left the oil companys pier shortly before 3 oclock and they plan to return to Marcus Hook this evening The craft offers sleeping ac commodations for some members of the party while others planned to spend last evening Ashing or resting In deck chairs Reports have been received recently of a good run of fish In the outer bay and the mem bers of the club left anticipating some real sport EARLY STOCKS STAGE A RALLY NEW YORK July Stock Market today shook off the un settling Influence of persistent profit taking under the stimulus of strength In wheat nnd demonstrations In in dividual Issues Starting with the gold mining and sugar shares the rally broadened as the session wore on until virtually the entire list participated The solo ex ceptions were the rails which were Inclined to lag nnd some of the steels particularly U S Steel common A perpendicular rise of 15 points In Homcstake mining to duplicate Its record high of 250 was the feature Other gold stocks scored sizable gains or revival of rumors that the companies would be permitted to ex port their yellow higher prices SHOWERS PREDICTED FOR THIS AREA TODAY Showers are predicted today or to night nnd tomorrow in Eastern Penn sylvania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland It will be slightly warmer today The highest temperature hern yesterday was 77 degrees at 345 p m and the lowest was 02 at 6 a m The average of 70 was six degrees below normal for the date and thirteen de grees below the average July 14 last year Maximum temperature for the date Is 02 established In 1931 and minimum 60 in 1895 Sunrise today was at 545 a m and sunset will be at 820 p m Eastern daylight saving time Topics of Times Dan Kelly the Eighth ward poli tician doesnt yet know what his platform will be but he is buying lumber to build It metal to receive The uprush in the sugars where gains run to 4 points and more was Smith admitted he had the re a continuation of yesterdays late volvcr and also admitted serving more sPurt stocks Eave another than four years in an Army prison In California and jix months in New Jersey for having counterfeit money strong performance though interest shifted from the Armour issues to Wllnon and Company A Soviet court sentenced five men to death for putting wire nails and hair in a restaurant soup in sabotage move Had they put it in restaurant hash nobody would have noticed it A number of local beer retailers must believe in inflation so many of them are using bicycle pumps these days These days when the wife says shs wants to accompany you on the vaca tion you cant be sure whether she in his potion record in rlllrlfV I Imp In Jnf a Associated Dry Goods was strong wlnts to be with you or look after i t ITI p steady gains in land Penitentiary and in a New York PRINCE OF WALES TRAILS ON LINKS VISITOR TO CITY FATALLY STRICKEN SURREY England July CUP Prince of Wales trailed George Lambert Liberal member of Parlla Strlckcn while eating with a party i ment by two holes at the halfway of friends in a cafe on Eclgmont ave niark of their 36hole final match nuc near Twelfth street late last the parliamentary golf chnmplon nitfht a rnnn identified as Chester ship on the Coombc Hill course today Cnldron 1029 Lancaster avenue enjoyed a fourhole handi mington Del died while he was being cnp removed to the Chester Hopltal The Coldron drove to this city in com black pany with several friends He had not complained about feeling unwell prior to collapsing The body was re moved to the morRue of E F White Third and Norris streets and an autopsy will be performed today by Dr Joseph F Dunn coroners physi cian PvClatives of the victim were noti fied by police of this city BANDITS Weather cloudy track fast i thih rU rfday which tnrcatcnca the sncltcr Damnal revenue S3 267 I age was estimated at receipts hS DsfyinB orders from Washington Captain Stephen left and Stanley Jun 53 Gfrcnas look off from Floyd Bennett Flclrf mornine shortly The par cir have no wireless nn psr morning shortly after Wiley and failed to secure permission for the flight Both are World War veterans CHICAGO July Four bandits invaded a night club in Broadview Chicago suburb early to day forced 175 patrons to Hp face downward on the floor and escaped with 5900 Prince wore an openneck and white checked flannel shirt black and white checked plus fours with grey stockings and black shoes He donned a green pullover sweater and a pair of mackintosh golfing trousers as rain interrupted play he sixth hole ACCIDENTAL SHOOTING Wereschak 2816 West Sec ond street was shot In the foot while walking along Ridge road near Lin wood last evening Despite his Injury he walked to this city and had the wound treated by a physician who notified police Thu boy stated that he was shot by two other boys who he did not know He said the shooting was accidental you Money talks we overheard a banker remark today We agree but it never gives itself away A fall fashion hint says that dresses will be worn longer Most of us married men hope they will worn years longer U S Begins War on Kidnapers reads a headline In this kind of war we are strongly in favor of guns nnd poison gas Reading that the Nazis are marry ing 50 couples at a time leads one to believe that there may be some truth in those German atrocity stories after all The Weather WASHINGTON July Eastern to night Sunday generally fair with not much change in temperature Western fair tonight except showers in ex trcme east portion slight cooler in west fair portion tonight S TODAYS TEMPERATURES a m 6210 a m6tj a 11 a m a m65 Noon TO m S6   

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