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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - July 19, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOK TWELVE lONTiS ENDING DECEMRER 31 1932 FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Beet of the Day 57TH 17648 Dally Leased Wire Reports of United Press UP and International News Service INSI CHESTER PA WEDNESDAY JULY 19 1933 PRICE TWO CENTS POST RESUMES WORLD FLIGHT OVER SIBERIA Lands at lilagovcsthensk After Hopping From Fogbound Irkutsk Lead in Present Record Over Last Attempt Nearly Wiped Out WILEY POST AND WINNIE MAE MOSCOW July Wiley j Post American roundtheworld flyer landed today at Blagovesthensk Siberia on his attempted hop from i Irkutsk to Khabarovsk IRUTSK Siberia July With his lead over the present globe girdling record almost wiped out by heavy rains and fog which held him earthbound here for many hours Wiley Post resumed his bold dash around the world today hopping oft for Khabarovsk Siberia at 100 p m midnight Tuesday When Post landed here at 935 p m yesterday 835 a m EOT he had a lead of 16 hours and 34 minutes over the record hs and Harold Gatty established over the same route two years ago Extremely bad flying weather held him much longer than he had planned however and he had been grounded for 15 hours and 25 minutes before he was able to get away Post and Gatty spent only 2 hours and 15 minutes here in 1931 so that at the time of Posts takeoff today he was only three hours and 24 minutes ahead of the present record As he headed out over the 2124 mile route to Khabarovsk however the intrepid American aviator ex pected again to biiild the lead up by slightly faster flying than he was able to do with Gatty Post and Gatty took nearly 24 hours in getting from here to Khabarovsk stopping enroute at Blagoveschensk Post alone expected to make the hop in about 15 hours If he did this he would reach the Continued on Tage Seven ITALYS PASS OVER PENNA IN NEW YORK SOON Chicago on First of Trip Back to Rome 96 Men in Group Metropolitan City Ready With Reception In Washington T h u r s d a y PAIR WEATHER TODAY CLOUDY TOMORROW DRYER MACHINE CONTENTS ABLAZE Above Is an excellent closeup of Wiley Post the Oklahoma aviator who took off from New York with high hopes of smashing his own record for a flight around the world this time flyingsolo is his famous plane the Win nie Mae the same ship in which he and Harold Gaily circled Hie Rlohc two years ago Today he was in Blnsovcslhcnsk Eascrn Siberia ERIE PH July ing eastward at bulletlike speed the Italian air armada enroute from Chicago to New York began passing Eric at p m today The armada swept into the air from Lake Michigan this morning bound for New York on the first lap of the return to Orbetello The planes were flying far oft shore and very high CHICAGO July Itulo Balbo pointed his silvery sea plane into clear eastern skies today leading his 96 airmen on Ihe first leg of the long flight back lo Italy Commanding the armada of 21 ships General Balbos plane skimmed gracefully over the water of Lake Michigan and rose into the air at 032 a m CST A moment later the other pluncs began to leave the water Weather reports indicated excellent flying conditions over Toledo Cleve land Buffalo and Albany the lakes canal route the great armada planned to follow to New York Balbo ex pected to bring his ship down at Jamaica Bay on Long Island about 230 EDT completing the first 1000 miles of the 6100 mile flight to the air base at Orbetello Italy in six hours A mild southeasterly breeze was blowing The lake was clear and calm General Balbo and his men arrived at Navy Pier shortly after dawn Throngs of persons who had lined the shore since midnight cheered loudly shouting Viva The bearded young Italian air min ister commander of the greatest mass flight ever accomplished smiled and waved pleasantly Speedboats were walling to take Fair with not much change In temperature is the prediction today in Eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland It will be mostly cloudy tomorrow probably with showers In the afternoon or night Tho highest temperature here yes terday was 87 degrees at 4 p in and the lowest was 70 at 545 a in The average of 78 was one degree above normal for the date but two degrees below the average July 18 last year Maximum temperature for the date is 98 established In 1900 and min imum GO in 1924 Sunrise today was at 548 a m and sunset will be at p m Eastern Daylight Saving time LAYTONS DEFIANCE COST HIM A FINE ALABAMA AND ARKANSAS WET IN REPEAL VOTE Join Others in Marking Halfway Point in Battle Against Dry Law Returns Incomplete Total Count Seen Not Likely to Upset Result Albert Lay ton Negro political worker in the Uetlicl Court district paid a line of untl costs amount ing to SH when Arraigned in police court this morning on charges of being drunk and disorderly Luyton wns arrested curly this morning by Cfiptnln Uushcr after the Negro refused to move from a street corner when ordered to do so He defied the officer to lock him up lint wns very meek when Captain Busher decided lo do so In a loiui voice Inylon told Ills story to Magistrate Honan declur Ing that several white fellows were near the scene where he was ar rested and they were not ordered to move He intimated that the police showed favoritism in the covirt KILLIPER QUITS AS PILOT OF BROWNS ST LOUIS July Klllifer malinger of the St Louis Browns American League baseball club resigned todny Phil Dec Ball owner of Ihe team said Ball gave no reason for Killlfers resignation Al Sothoron former star pitcher for the Browns and now the Browns coach will replace Klllifer Ball said Killifer became manager In 1027 after serving the St Louis Cardinals as coach during tlie 1925 world series ELLIOTTS FRIEND U S GRANTS PENNA MILLION FOR RELIEF A slight fire in the plant of the EwingThomas Company Rose and Walnut streets discovered shortly be fore 1 a in tojjay was extinguished by the district fire companies with only slight loss to the contents of a dryer machine in the yarn depart ment of the plant The iiremen re sponded to a call sent in from Box 134 located at Rose and Walnut streets Coincident with the sounding of the alarm the automatic alarm out side the plant also was set in motion and a crowd of several hundred per sons was attracted to the scene The burning yarn in the dryer caused a dense smoke which cloudsd the in terior of the factory room in which the dryer was located and gave the fire a serious aspect Operations in the plant were momentarily halted while the place was being cleared of smoke HINTS LATE SENATOR WALSH WAS SLAIN EWINGTHOMAS ON NEW SCHEDULE East End Plant Officials Silent Regarding Forty Hour Week It is reported by employes of the EwingThomas Company that ths officials of the organization have an HARRIMAN BACK NOW IN HOSPITAL Returns to Home From Which He Escaped Sent toBellevue Continued on Paje Seven NEW YORK July Judge G Caffey retired temporarily nounced the adoption of a 40hour i Loday in favor of a psychiatrist in REQUEST VETERANS TO PARTICIPATE WASHINGTON July j Emergency relief grants aggregating I S3218624 were made to four states today by the Federal Emergency Relief Administration This brought Plans are being made by Max Deutsqh commander of the Disabled American Veterans and D Dixie Dry den commander of Sergeant Alfred Stevenson Post No 190 American Legion to have a large representation of each of the military unitspartici pate in the parade to be held Friday af lernoon In conjunction with the opening of the new Washington total state 275117 Michigan aid since April to was granted Pennsylvania Utah 491 and Tennessee B 0 TAKES BACK 500 OLD EMPLOYES Repeal of the Eighteenth Amend ment this year became more than a possibility today as two southen and tofore considered dry joined the 16 states that hove voted wet H marked the halfway point In the battle for repeal Thirtysix are needed before the Twentyfirst re peal Amendment can become a par of the Constitution They were the first southern states to express themselves on the repen amendment mid they were the scene of a last ditch battle by drys who were convinced Unit if repeal was to be stopped it would have to be stopped in thu south They believed j it would remain loyal to traditional dry ideals While returns from yesterdays elections were not complete compe tent political experts did not believe the total count would upset the ap parent wet victories The twin defeats were considered the most grove the dry cause so fur has received Tennessee votes on repeal tomorrow and Oregon Friday and wet victories were reported likely Fifteen other states vote before November 7 and if the clean sweep of wet victories continues they will bring the total of stales approving repeal to short of the neces sary 30 The Utah and the Oklahoma legis latures nre now In session consider ing repeal elections and the Virginia legislature meets early In August for the same purpose It was considered probable that nt least one of these slates would hold an election before the end oC the year The results lit previous elections For Jersey Indiana Rhode Island Delaware Michigan Wyoming Wisconsin Massachusetts New York Illinois Nevada Connecti cut New Hampshire Iowa Went Vir ginia California Against BIRMINGHAM Ala July bama a year ago considered R dry state of the solidly dry South today had apparently approved the repeal FEDERAL GRAM JURY SESSIONS TO BE RESUMED Additional Witnesses Summoned to Testify Subpenas Served Special Prosecutor Will Seek Indictments Against 3 Leaders Although she ind KlltoU Koosevclt lircifcss lo lie Just friciuls rumors persist that Miss Kuth GoGglns uhove of Fort Worth Texas soon will marry the Presidents son The rumors Kuiueii new credence when Kooscvelt flew lo Chicago to meet Miss Goofflns divorce from Klhubelli Donner Koosevelt In Nevada BALTIMORE July Bnlti weck working schedule in accord with the policies set fortVi by the govern ment for the regulation of the textile industry The company officials re fused to either confirm or deny the report A Times representative called at vus last night United aiates Attorney George Z One of the companys mills is lo Donovan Judge Caffey said he would Walnut streets During the past few WASHINGTON July Suspicion that the late Thomas J Walsh was murdered to keep him out of the Roosevelt cabinet was voiced today Chase He death with a general what he alleged to be an alliance be tween corrupt capital and the un derworld in behalf of the liquor traf fic Chase told the United Press he had been so convinced of the possibility of Walsh having died of poison that he endeavored to have a post mor tem examination made The Mon tana Senator died enroute from Cuba with his bride a few days before he would have become Attorney General The venerable churchman said that Walshs death was attributed to acute indigestion and that the symptoms of poison would have been practically the same He believed Walsh ready to begin wholesale prosecutions not only in the underworld but among financiers He believed the the company offices Rose and Walnut streets Moses Ewing through his secretary refused to be interviewed concerning the operation of the new law in the plants of the company and also refused to confirm the state ment obtained from the mill the puling inquiry to decide whether Joseph W Harriman is sane enough to stand trial on charges of falsifying all veterans who can arrange to do the books of the Harriman National i so to participate in the program Bank Judge Caffey postponed the sanity hearing to permit Dr Means Gregory psychiatrist at Bellevue Hospital to examine the banker who reappeared dripping wet yesterday after a two day disappearance boulevard a portion of Concord road more and Ohio Railroad today an bstwcen Eleventh street and Central rounced It was calling 500 carmen to traf back to work Immediately One hundred were taken on at each An open invitation is extended to of the following places Keyser W FIVE INJURED ONE FATALLY IN AUTO CRASH Superintendent of Local Mission and Compan ions the Victims The Federal Grand Jurys Investi gation into the countys alleged rum graft ring was revived yesterday with Ihe Issuance of forty subpcnas for additional witnesses Many of the subpcnas were served yesterday and today Deputy II S marshals were in this county seeking the remainder of thoso who will be summoned to testify Special Deputy U S Attorney Chet A Keys who has been at his home In Kansas during the past fortnight will return to Philadelphia next week to continue the probes It Is believed that indictments will be sought against three prominent poli ticians of this county whose names have not yet been mentioned outside the Grand Jury loom Another angle of the investigation broke Inlo newsprint yesterday when It became known that Eugene P White Eighth ward leader and chief cleric of the House at Harrisburg had been refused a passport to Europe Mr White was one of those in dicted by the jury on June 29 when 96 were named In the presentment before Federal Judge Walsh Under the law he is forbidden to leave tho Jurisdiction of the Eastern Pennsyl vania District His bond will be forfeited if he does so without per mission He had hoped to make a trip lo Home a pilgrimage having been arranged by the Catholics of the Philadelphia archdiocese Myron M Caffey special prohibi tion agent In charge of the Investiga tion which led to the indictment of so many county residents learned of Continued on Iaite Seven EQUIPMENT REA D Y FOR SHIPMENT Harriman was committed to Belle OFFICIAL LIST OF REGISTRARS Va Loraln O Glcnwood Pa Chllll cothe O and DuboisPa COMMISSIONERS CONSIDER BIDS Many NCAV Appointees in j Provide for Countys Share City Registration Dates Arc Announced weeks both plants have been the Postpone it pending further reports scene of activity The number of j Harrimans bail forfeited persons employed could not be ascer tained and neither could any infor mation be gathered as to whether the change to a 40hour week would in any way affect the number of per sons required to keep up the produc tion level of the plant Adoption of the 40hour week by the EwingThomas Company would mark the concern as the first of tha textile organizations in the city to decide upon a change of schedule and to have placed that schedule into operation the first day after the pas sage of the government regulation ROOSEVTLT STILL ILL when he disappeared was reinstated In less than two hours after Mr Harrimans return a denouement almost as melodramatic as the con clusion of his first disappearance when he attempted to stab himself Judge CafTey had committed him to the psychopathic ward at Bellevue Hospital for observation Where Mr Harriman spent the The list of registrars for the City of Chester has been made up by the County Commissioners and includes new appointments for about ten pre cincts of the city These registrars will sit at the vari ous polling places in the city on the three registration days fixed for this year These dates arc August 31 Sep tember 5 and September 16 The list of registrars is as follows First Ward First Lucille thirtyodd hours while he was absent Wood R 2218 Providence avenue Flora B Sooy D 320 East Twenty Continued on Seven 1KJUIIKD IN FALL socond street Second David Lamont R 3 East Parkway avenue P L W Henncbnrry D 2420 i Edgmont avenue Third of Costs for Improve ments to State Highways Preparation of equipment for packing In advance of Ihe companys departure for a two weeks period of fielr training occupied the greater part of the drill period of Company C llllh Infantry held last evening in the armory at Eighth and Sproul streets After the roll call the men were ordered to the storage room in the nrmory basement where their field equipment was Issued to them There was a display of each mans equip ment upon a return to the drill floor and Caplaln Kochan company com mander with the asslslonce of Lieu tenants Phelps iincl Peterson made a personal Inspection of each mans Car Turned Over Follow ing Collision Near Twin Oaks This Morning Five persons were Injured one fatally when an automobile In which they were riding figured In a collision at Chichcster and Llnwood near Twin Oaks roads at 8 a m today Grant Wntfclits 64 who was in mate of the Chester Rescue Mission died shortly nfter admission to the Chester Hospital of Internal injuries skull fracture Frank Baker superintendent of the Rescue Mission was also Injured as were two other Inmates of the mission ho was taking to work on a farm near Ml Hope and the driver of the other cnr E L Sohwcnk of Lima The cur driven by Mr Baker a coupe was proceeding wcstwardly on Ihe Chlchester road and the other car n sedan of the lighter type was proceeding south toward Marcus Hook when the two vehiclescollided Witnesses say the sedan turned over three times coming to a stop with the wheels in the nir The other car remained In an upright position Passing motorists conveyed the five Continued on Pafje Seven CHILD INJURED BY FARM TRACTOR Run over by a tractor while play Ing at the home of her grandmother Mabel 12 at 121 Ridley ave nue Norwood sustained a posslblo fracture of the pelvis She is now In the Taylor Hospital Ridley Park and her condition is said to be seri ous The girl wax visiting at the home of her grandmother on Chester pike and was riding on the tractor which was driven by William Martin of Chester Pike Crum Lynnc She fell oir the heavy machine and one of the rear wheels passed over her body SIECIAL MASS SUNG outfit before it was barrack bags to be packed In loaded on the the Bids were opened by Controller and County Commissioners at a meeting held yesterday for work to be done on two state highways where improvements made by the State have made the work necessary As is the case in all property claims on State roads the costs must be borne by the county Four bids were received for grading and other miscellaneous work to he done on the property of Andrew Ran kin MacDade boulevard in Ridley township as follows Howard Harper of Garden City George M Crawford of East Lansdowne William Rcitcr of Colllngdale John Modcsti of Woodlyn Bids for building a curb at the camp train Friday evening Follow the County i tnc Inspection there were a few Joseph Lawson 15 of 1711 Balanac Harry R Dancer R 505 East MireI WASHINGTON July avenue Woodlyn was treated at the teenth street Emma L Smith p i Victoria Plush Mills Springfield plans of the Attorney Generaldcsig The slight illness President Roosevelt Taylor Hospital for a severe laceraj 1717 Walnut street Fourth Precinct township on the Baltimore pike nate were known to persons who had reason to fear investigation U S TREASURY BALANCE WASHINGTON July The Treasury net balance for July 17 was Miscellaneous in ternal revenue receipts for that day were 5423849604 Custom receipts for the month through July 17 were HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY Bj United Press AT LATONIA Green Uncle Matt suffered on his weekend cruise down tion of his left leg an injury sus Hibbert R 1538 Shaw the Potomac kept him in his room 3 tained when he fell on a large rock again today HEARINGS START TODAY ON CODES Drive Toward Pacts Rap idly to Widen Gain in All Lines of Work WASHINGTON July The Industrial Recovery Administra tion today began hearings on codes designed to spread employment and increase wages in a number of basic Lanier Arouse Ahby American industries In the background work continued toward a program for increasing mass while playing near his home Continued on Page Seven were as follows Joseph J Skeily of Conllnucd on Page Seven maneuvers In close ant extended order drills and the men were dis missed to reassemble for a linal checkup on Friday evening VICIOUS POLICE DOG ATTACKS SMALL BOY Anthony Villanova six qf 5 Miller street Grum Lynnc had his right ear almost lorn off when ho was attacked by a vicious police dog near his home Continued on rape Seven ROOSEV ELTlflDES HIMSELF IN CHICAGO CHICAGO July Roosevelt who said he came to Chicago on a vacation but who was visiting with Miss Ruth Oooglns an hour after his arlval secluded himself today The second son of President Franklin D Roosevelt arrived In Chicago yesterday by airplane from Nevada where his wife obtained a divorce He visited Miss Googlns Fort Worth Tex and her mother In the afternoon nrd evening and Roosevelt and Miss Googlns escaped Immaculate Heart Church Second and Morris streets was filled to ca pacity on Monday morning when a solemn requiem mass was said for ths Rev Francis T Maglnn a former rec tor who was transferred to Philadel phia about seven years ago Rev P H McGinnls rector of tha church was the celebrant of the mass Rev William M Beglcy was deacon and the Rev Francis Farrcll was sub deacon Tine mass was sung by the children of the church PRETZEL BAKERS QUIT STKIKE READING Pa July Approximately 400 Reading pretzel factory workers returned to their jobs today pending further media tion of their strike which seeks to establish closed shops yesterday afternoon The boy was taken lo the Taylor Hospital and treated for lacerations lion to his badly lacerated ear t He was playing in the street in allnt M rs Albert G Mill cr i struck front of hU home when the dog of Chicago who furnished the car LM1 i Mrs Miller returned to her home late Inquiring newspapermen by fleeing down a service elevator through a dark tunnel and into a waiting auto mobile The escape was furthered by Miss Topics of Ta mes Scientists are so absentmended One in Canada reports the discovery of something 100 times sweeter than but neglects to tell who she sugar is Despite all this hot weather wevs been having the average girl is more likely to be sonstruck than sun ler street attacked him No action has been taken ngalnst Winchell PROHIBITION REPEAL AT HALFWAY POINT Sailie Rourlanit Jack Howe Miss M Lut7 Nightingale Cherokee Sal Girls Memory Norcda Thistle Dec Angkor throughoui all industry Oepi f l f rvT tvn Disa Purcllasing power through voluntary application of a blanel or uniform Airopain Slam Blind Brook Feria Tar Water Slash Weather cloudy track fast AT ARLINGTON PARK R or higher wages and shorter working I5ISJ hours Representatives of shipbuilding and ship repairing industries linked i their case with the pending S238000 i payroll shipbuilding program and i with the future of the American Mer chant Marine H Gerrish Smith president of the National Council of American Ship builders presented a revised code call ing for a 40 hour week a minimum Gal Stimulaw Lone Bit Dawn Child Fancy Feathers pav 35 cenls P2r hour in the South Jlnri 4fl rente Viniir n Polas Flag Kniffhl Outbound Sad Knight Lawyer Brave and Bold Silver Lake Barashlova Sarazen 2d Dunroyal Resisting Fcli ciana Luke Connell Douglas Maiden Seths Bailot IcfT ONeil Wwther ckar track fast and 40 cents per hour in the North Continued on Page Seven N Y ASSEMBLY CALLED i ALBANY N Y July Governor Lehman today ordered the legislature into special session July 26 to provide funds for New York City to continue relief to its unem ployed and declared its scope would be widened to permit action on other pressing problems IN DAKOTA I i HAVE VOTED FOR REPEAL iil WILL NOT VOTE IN 7933 HAVE NOT VOTED BUT HAVE SET DATE OR EXPECTED TO VOTE in the evening but refused to say where she had taken the couple JOHANSENWOMAN CAUGHT IN RAID Found iin Phila Hideout With Dr John Alleged Ring Head Bourbon is the best base for a mint Julep contends Irvin Cobb Wouldnt you have supposed that a man with that name would have pre ferred corn Prince of Wales airplane was forced down the other day by fog but dispatches fall to state if it was that arising from London economic conference The Philadelphia hideout of Mar garet Johansen 44yearold alleged queen of a former vice ring in this city was raided by police at a m today and netted the raiders three prisoners a cache of dope and a qunntity of liquor John Garapoulas 58yearold quack doctor suspect and aliened prominent figure In whiteslave rackets in New York Norrlstown and Chester suf fered a broken leg when he leaped from a window in a futile attempt to escape from police The woman Garapoulas and Thomas OMalley 35 were taken in a house in Baltimore avenue near Fiftyeighth street said to have been rented by Garapoulas when the re cent Federal Grand Jury probe of graft and vice in Delaware county made his Chester headquarters too hot Technical charges of Illegal pos session of liquor and unlawful pos of narcotics were lodged the three pending an inves tigation According to authorities Gara poulas rented the Baltimore avenue house shortly after the Federal Grand Jury probe which resulted in the indictment of 96 Delaware county residents got under way This will go bad for me the queen declared when the raiders Man criticizes woman for her ex travagance but she never spends for a fishing outfit to catch a fish that could be bought for 25 cents Musical Henry wanted a shanty for the season at the seashore Big Dan gave him one for nothing at home Detective Roys prisoner didnt run into a 5and10ccnt store Which makes Fat Barneys runaway look cheap sez Roy Department of justice agents aru always talking about our big boot lepKcrs Wonder If they mean some of those 200pounders that we know A razor with electric light at Inched has been invented The in ventor evidently wanted to get some thing different from the old styla razor with so much gas attached to It The Weather WASHINGTON July forecast Eastern erally fair tonight anil Thursday not CooiLntied on Pace Seven fair tonight and Thursday except for probably local showers in south por tions little change in temperature TODAYS TEMPERATURES 8 a m 7 a m 8 a m a m a m 10 64 11 a 66 Noon79 70 i p m7S 71 2 p m80 72   

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