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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - July 18, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE lOXTIS ENDING DECEMBER 31 1932 FINAL EDITION With All Latett and Best of the Day 57TH 17647 Dally Leased Wire Reports of United Press and International News Service iINS CHESTER PA TUESDAY JULY IS 1jaa PRICE TWO CENTS POST HEADS FOR IRKUTSK WELL AHEAD OF MARK Aroundworld Flier Halts Short Time Novos Birisk Only at Was 17 Hours 4 Minutes Beyond Former Mark Made 2 Years Ago BIGGEST GREETING SINCE LINDY IN N Y FOR BALBO MOSCOW July Post heading from Novosibirsk to Irkutsk Siberia on his flight around the world was sighted at 1150 a m Moscow time today 450 a m at Krasnoyarsk 400 miles east of Novosibirsk NOVOSIBIRSK Siberia July Post American around theworld flyer took off at 155 a m E D T today 1155 a m local time for Irkutsk 870 miles nway He was n hours and 4 minutes ahead of the record he and Harold Gatty made two years ago Determined to lose no time Pos said he hoped to halt only briefly a Irkutsk for refuelling and to have hi plane overhauled and then to press on to Khabarovsk in eastern Siberia The NovisibirskIrkutsk stage will be easier than that from Moscow here he said before he left I had the lousiest sort of weather He expected to cover the distance in seven or eight hours Postwhen he took off was 68 hours 45 minutes out of New York where he took on at 510 a m Saturday He had spent 48 hours 54 minutes in the air and but 19 hours 51 min utes aground Of the 15400 miles he must make on his globe circling flight he had covered 6500 He must get back to Floyd Bennett Airport New York before 901 p m EDT Sunday to better his record with days 15 hours 51 minutes A veritable iron man who had slept but Koenigsberg Ger he left New York Post arrived here from Moscow at 1119 p in EDT Monday 909 a m today Novosbirisk Civil aviation authorities nc papermen and Miss Pay Gillis of Minneapolis were at the field to greet him He swept down to a splendid landing Climbing out of the cockpit of the Winnie Mae looking worn but cheer ful and alert Post proceeded at once to inspect his plane Its condition was excellent and i needed no repairs He watched while mechanics filled the planes five tanks with gasoline He would not sleep and ate spar ingly He took aboard food for the flight to Irkutsk Airport officials anxious that he TWO SOUTHERN STATES VOTING TODAY ON REPEAL Crucial Test on 18th Amendment in Alabama and Arkansas 13 SPADES This is how New Vorlts skyline will appear to the Ilittian nerociuie as they arrive at the Battery Gone Pope publisher is chairman of the Reception Committee which has arranged the biggest New York since Lindberghs return Tennessee Battles Thurs day Devout Gather in Churches to Pray The drive to repeal the Eighteenth Amendment underwent its crucial test today as the first states of the traditionally dry south to consider the issue voted on the Twentyfirst Repeal Amendment The states were Alabama nnd Arkansas Ten nessee will vote Thursday If wets take two of the three states repeal Is believed likely this year Drys believe that by winning two out of three they will be able to delay repeal until and perhaps retain the Eighteenth Amendment in the Constitution Sixteen states so far have voted repeal CHICAGO PARADE HONORS BALBO Oceanic Aviators Plan to Leave on First Hop to Rome Tomorrow Continued on Pape Seven Chicago July Thousands of Chicago admirers gave a final salute today to General Italq Balbo and his intrepid transoceanic avia tors who tomorrow begin the long flight back to their base at Orbetello Italy A parade down Michigan boulevard was arranged today as the concluding i gesture to the fliers j Cavalry troops from Camp Whister j at the Worlds Fair ground will act as escorts After the parade which will follow a luncheon given by Ad miral Wat T Cluverius of the Great Lakes Naval Training station the fliers will visit Port Sheridan While General Balbo was guest at numerous state and civic affairs yes terday many of his men carefully went over the motors of the 24 sea planes The planes riding at moor ingsin the Chicago Harbor where they landed late Saturday were re fueled and tuned up Throngs of downtown workers greeted General Balbo wherever he appeared shouting Viva Balbo The bearded young commander called on MOTHER AND SON SUSTAIN INJURIES Two persons a mother and her son were injured and several other per sons riding with them narrowly escaped injuries yesterday afternoon when their automobile was struck and overturned at Seventh and Potter streets The injured are Mrs Mary Woods 1031 Leiper street Eddystone who was treated at the Chester Hospital for contusions over the right eye and body bruises and her 10yearold son Cotton Code Will Greatly Aid Workers The purchasing power of textile workers will be raised from 200 to 500 per cent under the provisions of the cotton code William F Kelly viceprseident of the United Textile Workers of America said today in Philadelphia It will benefit between 30000 nnd 40000 persons in the Philadel phia industrial area he said About 1000 mills in Chester Allentown Reading Philadelphia Eddmgton and Bristol will be af fectsd by the code It should pro vide for work for about 100000 to 150000 workers throughout the nation and materially increase the purchasing power of the masses In the Lehigh valley section be tween 55 and 60 plants manufac turing silk rayon and cotton cloth come under the provisions of the new code More than GOOO work ers will receive wage increases and have their working hours short ened HUSHMONEYCASE ARGUED AT MEDIA Accused Bootlegger De nies Paying Other Reveals Secrets Benny Fogel Sansom street Wet victories were forecast in both states although the results were ex pected to be close and in Arkansas the drys were believed lo have some chance A year ago both slates were con sidered impregnable dry strongholds The campaigns in Alabama and Tennessee bore a close similarity The drys fought on tiie moral issue and concentrated on the church vote Repeal means return of the saloon they argued and In speeches posters and advertisements urged the moral duty of keeping liquor away from mankind Many posters featured biblical quotations Tla wets campaigned on the Issue of the 4700 block of slatcs riKht niul demanded support Philadelphia today of the Democratic platform and a When Mrs George Eiclihorn if Se attle got one of perfect bridge hands which ociur onrc in every X 000000 diids she suppressed hir ex citement iniiile demand lihl of wo spades Her ls liui a bltr illa mom huiui th bidding up to five slut hiil t It was doubled anil redoubled she svuroil 2490 points Side was not vulner able Democratic President The south preponderantly Democratic prose cuted Its civil war on the states rights issue A light vote was anticipated In both Arkansas and Alabama Both states levy a poll tax and the de Coiilhuicd on Pane Seven was held under bail by Magis trate Mathues at Media for the i Grand Jury after a lengthy exposl tion of bootlegging activities in this and surrounding sections Pogel surrendered last week and faced charges of violations of the liquor laws and conspiracy His chief accuser at todays hearing was Benny Gold alias Cohen Philadelphia who told Judge MacDade on July 11 that the reason he had skipped his bail was because Fogel who he said I was his employer told him Golds Eddyslonc residents will vote at a case had been fixed up by the pay special election tomorrow for or thc Urf mrf clcbtcdness of thc school district Thc Today Pogel offered an affidavit pllrposc of this lncrcnsc all official Is to make alterations to LABOR OPPOSES COMPANY UNIONS IN STEELJODE Fiffht Marks Crucial Test of Privileges Under Re covery Act TO VOTE TOMORROW ON LOAN Nine States Given Signal to Go A headWith Road Construction TO LIE IN STATE Mayor Edward J Kellcy received an ln T i f ti u n i n invitation frnm Pnstmnitm rsnnnrnl HI Ij 1 t H U 3 n 1 d n Cathedral National Funeral Planned Farley to visit President Roosevelt in Washington visited a Century of Progress exposition and saw the un veiling of a monument of Christopher Columbus in Grant Park According to plans the planes will KAUNAS Lithuania July follow the LakesCanal route to New j bodies of two Lithuanian York tomorrow They remain in New American heroes were placed in York a week or more General Balbo Kalmcs cathedral today thsre to lie said it was probable the fliers would j m state until they are accorded Continued on Page Seven SLIGHT BLAZE Matthew Jr who suffered burns of the left hip The Felton Fire Company re sponded to an alarm sent in from 313 The car in which they were riding was driven by Mrs Woods husbanr Matthew He was traveling east on Seventh street and as he crossed the intersection the vehicle was struck in the rear by an automobile going north on Potter street arfd driven by Charles Zebley of Glen Mills Both cars were partly wrecked This morning in police court Woods preferred charges of reckless driving against Zebley and he will be summoned for a hearing in police court on Wednesday July 26 Another autoaccident was recorded near the same comer shortly after the crash when Charles Ward 8 of 623 Potter street was felled by an automobile operated by Samuel Gayer 887 Bridge street Philadel phia The motorist removed the youngster to the Chester Hospital for treatment of lacerations of the right jar Gayer told police thc boy darted into the street from between two parked cars brush Central avenue this morning Upon their arrival the firemen found the motor in an electric refrigerator had burned out and the insulation wires connected to it were burning Chem icals were used to subdue the flames CHECKUP VOTERS ENROLLMENT Registry Assessors to Sit national funeral The high honors were given Cap tain Stephen Dnrius and Stanley T Girenas Chicago residents who crashed to their deaths near Soldin Germany while attempting a non stop flight from New York to Kaunas Tha bodies of the two men were brought here today by air from Ger many their coffins draped in Hags Flags were at halfmast throughou the nation The army was ordcrct to go into mourning for a period o one month Captain Darius was a former member of the Lithuanian ail forces in All Precincts in County Tomorrow the Voters in every section of Delaware county will have an opportunity to morrow to make sure that their names are enrolled on tho books of KILLS WOMAN1 AND HIMSELF PONTIAC Mich July Srazed by her refusal to accept his ittcntions Charles King 32 killed Mrs Rose Gaylock 22 and her four yearold daughter Helen then as po lice came to arrest him he shot him self to death CAMDEN N J July Captain Stephen Darius Lithuanian flier killed in a crackup in Gcrmanj on a transatlantic flight with Stanle Girenas was planning a reconcilia tion with his wife when he arrivet in Lithuania Mrs Leokadja Szkemo who said she was an aunt of hi wife said today Mrs Szkemo as serted that Darius married Jawnit Szkemo in Pancmuni suburb o Kovno Lithuania in 1925 and tha they had a daughter Mijola snven The couple separated in 1927 to or n the district attorneys office Gold was arrested in Upper Darby n January1931 while transporting alcohol Today he declared he was employed by Fogel at the rate of 10 per trip to carryalcohol from Jhcster county to Philadelphia He said Fogel had five or six trucks in Philadelphia garages for transport ng alcohol the trucks being regls ered under fictitious names He said here was a liquor drop in Sharon Hill in a private home just off Ches er pike and a second one in a barn in the same borough William T Alexander counsel for Fogel severely crossexamined Gold The latter denied he worked or was a partner with one Henry Jaffe Thomas Gold admitted under pres sure that he had been arrested on July 8 on Fogels charges for steal in alcohol the present school building so as to accommodate more high school pupils The school board figuring conserva tively believes that this Improvement will pay for itself within a fewyears An official said today In an at tempt to deceive the voters a state ment was made recently that the election was being held at this time rather election in than at the September or regular Novem ber because at the time of the regular election the assessment figures of the real estate of the borough might be lower and thus re duce the borrowing capacity Officials of the school board consulted with A J Williams county solicitor and were informed by him that the fig ures for the assessmcnt cannot be changed before 1934 As the assess ment of real estate Ls made by the Board of Revision of Taxes under the direction of the County Commis a correct exposition of the matter tha hearing was the S1500 bond de manded of Fogel Gold is being held without bail because he skipped his bond PHYSICIAN UNDER KNIFE Dr John S Eynon widely known local surgeon who has been ailing for several weeks with an internal ailment underwent a successful oper ation this morning at the Chester Hospital Dr Eynon was a patient in the hospital for several weeks but was discharged and rested so that he exposition Mr Williams stated that the trien nlcl assessment was made Ihree years ago as provided by law and remains fixed until 1934 KETUKNS TONIGHT Eugene F White of Third and Norris streets Clerk of the State House of Representatives who was the guest of Major General E C Shannon of Lancaster head of the Pennsylvania National Guard on a tour of inspection of the new Indian town Military Reservation and Camp WASHINGTON July controversy raged today around the company union provisions of the steel Industrys code of fair com petition with indications that the fight would mark a crucial test of labors privileges under the National Recovery Act Organized labor seeking to extend its own power vigorously opposes company unions Industries which are traditionally tlve and many watching the dispute to sec what will be ex pected when they filo their codes Details of a blanket code under which Industries and businesses of the country will be asked voluntarily to shorten their working hours and Increase wages were bchiK worked out today at K meeting at the White House of President Roosevelts super cabinet and by Brig Gen Hugh S Johnston National Industrial re covery administrator Johnson was expected to go to the White House later to explain further details of the plan This plan so far Is voluntary but the White House is understood to be searching for more forceful methods allowed under the Recovery Act It persuasion fails Public opinion will be thrown be hind the proposed code through nationwide publicity campaign anc the administration will await results from this approach before undertak ing more aggressive measures Johnson has been working on the plan for weeks and It has been under going constant revision He hopes I ANNOUNCE PLANS FOR OPENING OF NEW BOULEVARD Formal Ceremonies Will Mark Acceptance of Concord Koad Paving Determined Efforts Being Made to Have Modern Bridge Constructed Washington botilevnrd that section of Concord road between Eleventh street and Central avenue which was recently paved for the first lime will be officially opened next Friday afternoon City onicinls today announced that members of the Delaware County Historical Society civic clubs and merchants will participate In a panule preceding the ceremonies which will be conducted at Eleventh street and Concord iivcnuo The principal addresses will be made by Mayor William Wurd Jr and Ches ter Baker local historian Mayor Ward today issued a general invitation lo the public to partici pate in the event The parade will form on Central avenue and move to Concord avenue thence to Eleventh street where a decorated stand will be located The paving of the roadwill prove a valuable asset to the city If and when a new bridge Is erected to carry tho highway over the Chester Creek branch of the Pennsylvania Railroad Officials city county and state are now negotiating with rail road officials to have tho bridge built at as early n date as possible The present antiquated span with a drop of 30 feet to the tracks is absolutely inadequate for present day transportation us It was built In the days when grandfather and grand mother traveled in either a buggy or some other type of horsedrawn vehicle It would be hazardous to drive a loaded truck such as is used now adays over the old span which is not In lino with the newly paved road the new highways southern edge coming approximately to the center of thu bridge The former paving otxlhc bridge surface woodblocks as removed last winter by impoverished families SEPARATE CODE IS AWAITED BY RAYON INDUSTRY Government Provisions Do Not Affect Several Local Concerns Bancroft Mill at Eddystone Expected to Have Code on August 1 Wages Boosted 25 P C 80 P C Gain in Labor Announcement has been made by the SanNapPak Manufactur ing Company Inc 531 Penn street that there has been an increase of 25 per cent in the wages of IU employes The company has also announced that the plant Is being operated by two shifts one work Ing a toUl of six days a week of seven hours each and the other six days a week of six hours each It was also stated by Mrs Mae Gallagher manager of the plant this morning that the help had silso been Increased 80 per cent might become stronger for the opcr George C Rickards at Mt Grctna ation today In the precincts outside the city of Chester the registry assessors will precinct here to stay to enroll those by the Am eric an In electors whose names have been a U r i t crso vvas re missed This is the arrangement tn provided for by the State law Until I rrish of this year the registry assessors sat ROOSEVELT STILL HAS COLD WASHINGTON July v still suffering from a cold he caught vhile on a weekend yachting trip President Roosevelt today remained n his study at the White House where he worked on his domestic recovery program last Legislature amended the law j providing that July 10 will be the only day on which the assessors will sit at the polling places in carrying the Stephen ROSE ALLEN GETS LICENSE TO WED Marriage Right Granted to Her and Merion Man at Norristown yesterday will return home tonight ROOSEVELT LEAGUE MEETS The Roosevelt Civic League will Rose Allen central figure in the murder trial of her brother Edward H B Allen at Norrlstown more than a year ago and Kenneth Buddy Coolbaugh of Merion obtained a URGE RETENTION OF DR PEARSON Members in Presidents Cabinet Divided Regard ing Virgin Islands Post Continued on IURC Seven FORMER CHESTER RESIDENT ENDS LIFE The retention of Dr Paul M Pearson of Swarthmore as Governor of the Virgin Islands Is the cause for considerable discussion in the Voters of the city of Chester will i meet in the Y M C A Bulldiii i also have a chance tomorrow to check i Saventh street and Edgmont avenue marriaKc cense today at the Montj Roosevelt Cabinet It became known up on their enrollments although the tonight John J Buckley Jr chair county Court House Norrisi today law does not compel registry assessors man of the publicity committee an town The Cabinet Is split into three nounccs that several prominent Continued on Iaec Seven speakers will be present HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY United Press AT ARLINGTON PARK Star Little Kin Eicolor Red quc Anne War Scarington Upon rtcather clear rack Work Week and Wages to Be Kept by Blanket Code WASHINGTON July The fui power of public opinion Joyce m Purclasin3 power and emi b thrown b Gloss i Payment throush shorter workweeks After that hU aides and higher wages being adopted by j appears major industries will be maintained found The plrn for a blanket code evadcdDnewspaper reporters and left through a blanket code making has the approval of the Cabinet thc courthouse The place or thc time shorter hours and higher wages gen board acting with Johnson He adjof their intended marriage was not AT LATOMA shind the effort admit if coercion some way must be Miss Allen who testified against her socially prominent brother who was charged with murdering her fiance Francis A Donaldson 3rd tn the Allen apartment November 9 at Ovcrbroolc groups on this point Secretary of the Interior Ickcs has recommended Governor Pearson be continued be cause of his outstanding record Postmaster General Farley who Mrs Jennie Stickcl who committee suicide at her home 883 North Ran dolph street Philadelphia Sunday was a former resident of this city residing for many years at Secoru street nnd Kdgmont avenue Mrs Stickel was the widow o Lieutenant of Police John Stickel commander of the Seventh DLstric Police In Philadelphia She war t have undergone an operation for th amputation of her right leg and In if it is believed preyed on her mind She was the daughter of the iat John a wellknown rcsidcn of this city and Is survived by sister Mrs George 15 Smith of 60 West Sixth street this city SUSTAINED INJURIES Clinton Wood 13 Negro of Cen tral avenue was given treatment a the Chester Hospital yesterday after noon for lacerations of the face nn left arm injuries suffered when a automobile in which he was ridin figured In a collision at Lennox Par vi 1931 has been living apart from her family since the trial I nas had much lo do appoint In which young Allen was acquitted rnents has recommended Peter Olsen Four months ago her engagementof Carlton College Minn whose wife to Coolbaugh who is associated with Dickey Olson was active for his father R C Coolbaugh in a Philadelphia insurance business was reported At that time she was work ing in a West Philadelphia dress shop headed by Secretary of thc Navy Roosevelt during the presidential campaign third clique in thc cabinet is and confirmed the reports Immediately upon obtaining marriage license today the two Swanson who maintains the islands Continued on Tage Seven GENERALLY FAIR VEATHER CONTINUES Generally fair with little change 1 temperature Is the prediction to ay and tomorrow In Eastern Pcnn y lvanlar Jersey Delaware and Maryland The highest temperature here was 82 degrees at in and the lowest was 67 at m The average of 74 was three degrees belosv normal for the dale d live degrees below the average July 17 last year Maximum tcm icrature for the date Is 08 estab ishcd In 1900 and minimum 5D In 802 Sunrise today was at a m and sunset will be at p m Eastern daylight saving time POSTPONE HEARING No changes will bo made in tho working hours or wages paid at tho Marcus Hook plant of the Vlscosa Company until a definite separate code has been drawn up for tho rayon Industry J Arthur Hayes gen eral manager of the plant announced today A F Savage president of the Vis cose Company and also president of the Rayon Manufacturers Associa tion has been In Washington for several days conferring with Gen eral Hugh S Johnson chairman of the Recovery Board and a code for the rayon industry is Hearing com pletion according to Mr Hayes This code will be presented to President Roosevelt for Ills approval and the Viscose Company will then introduce the minimum wage scale and maximum hours of employment weekly In accordance with the new provisions Mr Hayes said At present the Viscose plant is employing labor on a nine hour daily basis generally with the spinning department working three eighthour shifts and the process department working two eighthour shifts The code fixing the 40hour week with a minimum wage of weekly a fleets the cotton and certain parts Continued on Page Seven The hearing of Pulley Mack age 35 of East Eleventh street which was to have been held yesterday in Lhc office of Magistrate Mlchae Honan on East Sixteenth street ha been postponed to Thursday evening harges were preferred by Wallace Trader of East Thirteenth street who claimed Mack had entered his home ROBBER SUSPECT MAKES GETAWAY Succeeds in Eluding Police of Six States After Giv ing Detective the Slip CONSTABLE JOE SAPP RUN DOWN BY AUTO Constable Joseph Sapp of 200 Lin den avenue Rutledge was admitted to the Taylor Hospital Ridley Park yesterday sufferingfrom n fractured leg an injury received while he was on duty in Springfield According to Sapp he was directing traffic yesterday afternoon at Balti more pike and Woodland avenue and was standing In the middle of the roadway Charles Ehrenheardt of 6602 Hagcmann street Philadelphia had stopped his car and was waiting for directions to proceed When he started his automobile ho threw It in reverse gear The vchlcla shot backwards and struck Sapp knocking him down The ambulance of the Taylor Hospital was called and he was taken to the Institution Ehrheardt posted bond before Magis trate William Morgan of Springfield for a hearing when Sapp is able to appear Sapp gained considerable notoriety several years ago when he was con stable for Magistrate D Martin Yerkes of Millbourne and assisted tho latter in a fining mill conducted in the eastern section of the county Yerkes was later convicted of malfeav ancc in office and served a term in Media An Intensive manhunt for Elmer J Tyson 2C of Woodlyn believed by detectives to be cither an interna tional crook or a professional second story man was continued today Tyson escaped from Detective Roy Seaman yesterday afternoon when the police official accompanied ths suspect to his modest country home to make a search for jewels and other loot Tyson is suspected of having stolen The fugitive was arrested in this city Saturday night on the charge of drunkenness When searched he was found to have pearls and diamonds such as are only sold by highclass jewelers He explained the presence of the valuables by stating he bought them back from Nicaragua where he served In the U S Army during the earthquake Police believed he looted Continued on Pajjc Seven kiddies lucky 4 Attorneys for a county man seeking to clear him on criminal charges on grounds of insanity are probably counting heavily on their disclosure that he paid income taxes Beer sales in Oklahoma are beyond all expectations Evidently tha wimu NEW YORK July four assistants look after prohibition i Sooner State is fast becoming 5 should be turned back to his of Manhattan has repealed the cases where 13 were so occupied bej Schooner State U1C ncu UlKhtecnth Amendment j fore the administration put the j Since the Swarthmoro QiiaVrr Speakeasy doors and doctors proi brakes on prohibition Padlock pro way Governor Pmchot Is ask rnj ui efVtnHyiM it 4 n r i f Liquor Raids in New York Now Have Become Rarities THE DOLLAR IN PARIS PARIS July dollar slumped today opening at 1775 5633 cents per franc and closing at 1762 5675 compared to yesterdays close of 1785 5605 Topics of Times Jovial Dave put his restaurant un derground probably with a view of keeping down the overhead Someone stole a church bell at Lima At that they used better judgment than stealing a poor box Hitler has ordered his German ad mirers to cease the widespread prac tice of naming their babies after him Frank Cone opines that few hava been named Adolph Hitler Cohen U S Treasury says dollar bill will last 9 item If one would last nine minutes when we reach an amusement park with tha we would think ourselves eral throughout the country as soon j mittcd however that some of his j revealed as Hugh S Johnson national recov own staff do not like the idea i in scci cry administrator completes one for the President Johnson was making further prog ress on its terms today without re That this the work week In securing the license Miss Allen ln lls lo the past by President Hoover he has made tin enviable record The department has been that general code will limit gave her age as 20 and Coolbaugh nor Pearson should be retained eek to 35 hours is he was 22 i Chapman Assistant Secretary garded as foregone Tentative studies j She is the daughter of Horace AlI fl known to havc told have convinced Johnsonsassistants Jen retired woolen manufacturer who 1M f no ftt n f Ll f m r TT yeahng what the code vouid conin the matter that any longer schedat the trial of his son appeared as a j Pojntcc o thc Hoove tain It is known that the 40hour i ule will seriously curtail the number I broken old man His wife diediwho mU5t continue work week approved for the textile of jobs available several years ago Genipa Bril industry is not regarded favorably i Many of the major codes now Rose was a popular debutante in P rf Jn H AdminLstratlon Winoso cosen Dono Robby Sweep single j for other lines Day Good Politian 1 A Guidcss Fire Flash Bright i the limits Emblem Smear Arouse industry Todgt Dream Overtone Hearth POWER LINES REMOVED crews of the Southern Traction Company bc rcmovlng the over Providence Fifteenth street yes trolley car line was inj4 v v j r int jiuot i iciua wueiu nic nuimv cir line was and ndulrj purcy a codes will bs attacked by labor and i against her brother thc Jury held tho replaced by bus traffic several to cmpsoy killing was in self defense and acj months ago and where thc tracks of ment and purchasing power gains I Continued on Page Seven quitted him I thc line have been removed scription books run wide open and i ccedings have been stopped com lnP county men to quit their after a little more than three months of legal beer that beverage is the only one containing alcohol the sale of which is governed by real restrictions A few lockcddoor speakeasies still pletcly Prohibition cases recorded in the United States Attorneys office num bered 660 last March against 888 a year before 516 In April against 931 operate but with few exceptions they In April 1932 489 In May against arc lowclass establishments selling 32 without a state license The only hazardous proceeding left in the illicit liquor business Some swanky clubs maintain doormen and peepholes but only to impress the trade and keep out un desirables there Is no fenr of pro hibition agents With only fifty dry agents left In Manhattan raids havn dropped until they are rarities Lowgrade speak easies marked as crime breeders oc casionally are knocked over1 In the United States Attorneys office only 1410 352 In June against 1220 In 1932 The total for the quarter was 2017 this yearmostly hangover cases from last 4449 in 1932 These figures cover the entire south ern district of New York and include considerable suburban territory Protection payments have dropped correspondingly Drinks over bars are cheaper and there is a general movement toward expansion and cleaning up by the bootleg joints The current price of whisky is 50 Continued on makes one wonder if he ever heard of the unemployment situation The Weather WASHINGTON July Eastern tonight and Wednesday not much in temperature Western to nipht not much change in tempera ture TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m 7 a m 8 a m 9 a m 10 a m 65 11 a m 65 Noon 70 1 p m 70 2 p m 74 7i 79 CO   

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