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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - July 28, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVK MONTHS KND1XC DKC EMBER 31 1932 FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TII 17656 Leasfd Reports of United Press UM and International News Service INS CHESTER PA FRIDAY JULY US TWENTYMIGHT PAGES PRICE TWO CENTS 24 INDICTED IN SHOOT KIDNAPERS CHICAGO IN WAR iON SIGHT URGES ON RACKETEERS JUDGE McDEVITT SWEDENS IDEAL Al Capone Serving Term in Atlanta Named With Alleged Successor Phila Jurist in Interview Sees It Only Method to Halt Racket Dr Benjamin Squires Unit Cites Old Days of Lvnch versity Professor Also ings for Horse Thieves on the List U S Should Act CHICAGO July I Kidnapers should be shot on sight by indictment of 24 persons accused of racketeering city and state of ficials pressed forward today in a finish fight against gangsters and today whether they have killed their vic tims or not Judge Harry S McDevitt of Philadelphia told the United Press Governor summoned a crime conference for society the jurist said and only this afternoon He planned to adi wnen otders Qut to BVC patro dress the conference himself and exman uncl evcry fcdcral asent plain how Federal authorities will lo kiu will lhc kidapillg acket cooperate with state officials in weeping he nation be halted their war on criminals judge McDevitt a memliir of the Governor Homer spoke favorably i Philadelphia County Common Pleas THOUSANDS SIGN AND RETURN US RECOVERY PACTS Business Men Kush to An swer Call for Higher Wages Short Hours Postmen Rushed Wires to White House and NRA Headquarters Taxed ALL ABOARD FOR STRATOSPHERE The sentencing to death of McGee is an encouraging indication that the i said horse thieves were lynched forces of law and order are And unless government authorities mined to exterminate the vicious j stop thc swiftly spreading rackets gangs of cowardly extortionists the people will start lynching kidnapers Governor declared j Most kidnapers are small time In Chicago Chief Justice John j racketeers and few work away from Prytalski of Criminal Court retheir own territory so it should be vcaled details of a plan to try criman easy matter for federal agents to inals quickly He appealed to other pick up every racketeer in their ler Judges to forego vacations and hold i rilory when a kidnaping takes place summer Court sessions The judge believes that the full Judge Prytalski asked six judges to force of the federal government WASHINGTON July j Business men by the thousands answered President Roosevelts call for higher wages nnd more Jobs lo day Postmen were in the midst of de livering letters and pledge cards j 5000000 heads of American concerns jthat explain the national recovery program and make easy their Joining lhe battle against the depression There wore not enough pledge cards lo go around in yoine cities so frenzied was the rush Business men drafted agreements of heir own when they 100veasentcncp hp nn rnn i Vuli mediately from the post offices d bindfts i Hr a Jaekobssoii as lie most rep wiros to lhe wllUc Housi 1UU lo inn1 tUKl kKUlUllb rr Sflllltl V P II 11 Irvine 11 ni i i TV i In the days of the old West llcr m a Hie National Recovery headquarters he Stockholm oonlesl headquarter wce jammed with reports Truck loads of mail pouches fiUed with i RIDLEY TOWNSHlPjNRA AGREEMENT MAN M1SSINGINOWINTHEHANDS FOR TWO WEEKS OE EMPLOYERS Leo F Gailiiitf Secretary to Commissioners May lie Amnesia Victim Formal Appeal of Presi dent Roosevelt Accom panied by Certificate Members of His Family at i Both Documents Must Be a Loss to Account for His Continued Absence Ueo F Garling 02 secretary of the Ridley Township board of coniinis siomrs a former nuiubcr of that body and one of the best known residents of Kolsoin has been miss ing from his home at tl1 Hut ledge io I tf avenue 1olsom since Monday July j persons by letter curriers this morn ID mid nitinbiTs of his family are i letter also contained a cer ai a complete loss 10 uiHicrsUnd hls i of compliance which must be Signed on or After Aug 1 and Returned Thousands of employers of Ches ter cily and throughout Dclawara county this morning received Presi dent Roosevells letter containing ths NIIIA agreement continued absence Mr Ciarlin who devoted his en iwstoflko on or after August 1 sinned and delivered to the local lire tlnii1 10 Our work of the town ship and who had hls otllce in he Kolaom fnv house on Button avenue r lilt his home on Lhe morning of i July 10 ostensibly to report for duty He was seen by iicquaiiitiuKTS nt the 1olsom poslolllce but from that time are complete WORRIES BY HANGING SELF i reopen their Court for trials of gun men accused in the deaths of nine should be used against all racketeers and gangsters able immediately Jn many cities thc agreements were 0 I iM rS diiretta received too late for distribution ycs n ii i i i terdav But everv report coming into Chandler round in Gel EDW H BRYANT BUNNY AUSTIN lar of Parents Home i the National Recovery Administration offices indicated a great mass of vol 1 untcers throughout the country It i was expected that distribution of the y thins j financial setbacks and city of the country by Satur j shmentomn dd f night Head Shoots Self at His policemen since January 1 He drew Kidnapers should be considered on up a list of 73 murder cases and 188 j Hie same basis as mad dogs he conj robbery cases he believed should be i tinned and that means they should disposed of immediately j oe shot on sight The only The office of States Attorney of that type fear is ptinUmmrui n j ney pushed forward for arraignment if they are certain that suaaen dentn of net husband j u was meanwhile thai the of the 24 individuals indicted by the ment swift and sure will follow aa ycnr Mrs Garetta Chandler j administration planned to follow up Grand Jury yesterday Bonds for each j kidnaping it will be the greatest posi former Chester Times employe comI signature of the blanket agreements defendant were set at Courtj fblcr factor in stopping gang activi milled this morning bv IIRIVi wita a Questionnaire which will show ncy who for tsvo months has been ties exactly how many men have been conducting a vigorous inquiry into McDcvllt discussing the idea of an I bassmcnt of the home niprinnn 11Li 1UI1L1 JO DIES A SUICIDE WINS 1ST MATCH A iheory has been advanced that Mr Ginling may bo nn amnesia vlc I tiin and may be wandering ubout aimlessly His son Gurdon L Gar of Ridley avenue Iolsom illed I tinfollowing description of hls j father with Raymond W Snkers chief of police of Ridley Park bor Despondent because of con imed i SrccmciUforms would be coinplclccl j private Hcicdive A eilCV Def CJI ts Merlin YoiinjC j oiRh who is aklin nu i Ill VIM I lich letter coiuaincd a copy of the blanket induslrial code which fixes a SH minimum wage and a 40hour maximum week for whitecollar workers and 40 cents tin hour min imum with a maximum of 35 hours a week for factory and laboring em ployes This is to be signed and re turned in an accompanying en velope When the certificate of compliance Is delivered to the posloffice on or after August 1 it will entitle each employer to receive the honor en velope which will tell the world that he Is In accord with President Roosevelts scheme and is playing the Home in Llanerch T CM Heiihl five feetten and onehalf I emilS btar 111 inches welKht lliO pounds nudium Straight Sets bulld fair complexion white hair Islightly bald wears while gold spee l jlaclrfl wilh blfocal lens upper false Edward H Bryant liead of a prl HOIAND GARROS S T A I U M tllll prominent nose rup i lured and weurs ruses fs Inclined racketeering said he hoped to have American Scotland Yard said it T all defendants on trial in GO days i as foolish to think that an instituI ley place tthcic shc nml lcr daughter The first defendant arrested was 1 Aaron Sapiro New York attorney as sociated with trade organizations He was seized in his New York office a half hour after the indictments were revealed and furnished bond Among others indicted were Al Capone now serving a term in At Continued on PiiffC Eleven FEARS FOR SAFETY OF MISSING SON had been living for some time Shc i Haunted bv fear of the fate whichtllc morning lana Federal penitentiary Murray overtook another missing boy victim I Her 19yea of a killer in nearby Yeadon n who made was 38 years of age and had been married twice before her marriage to Howard T Chandler All three hus bands died suddenly Mrs Chandler was found at 10 oclock hanging from a pipe in the cellar where she had gone earlier in More than 5 t VUR detective agency with oiliccs in AUTEUIU France The blue eagles and other Insignia j from his home lOli Park roud AMMM to show cooperation In the movej crch by Hnverlord township police Utmr mcnt are being shipped to dislribu laic last night after he had locked1 tion centers as rapidly as possible j himself in a bedroom and Kent a bill i slurs feeble attempts to The FnMlsli of Prospect Park Lodge No AM In his envelope will be wo dis play cards bearing he NRA emblem It will contain outdoor display cards large and small stickers intended to lie placed on goods manufactured by the company ami other materials of similar nature A countywide interest in the NRA program hits been manifest for sev eral days meetings being held in each own nnd borough daily so that nil might understand the provisions of the past Yesterday a capacity meeting was held at Marcus Hook Continued un Eleven S Regulations On NRA Insignia WASHINGTON Juy 28 Continued on Page Eleven attiick the net i Al Lhl Llnu of Isnppearnncc The NRA lodiiy Issucc the following ost lit will after lc na follows Blue suit j rcRiilntioda concerning tlt use of COUNTY DETECTIVES RAID BEER GARDEN As long as the Lin wood Beer Gar d3ii on Hewes livenuc sold beer everything was all right as far as the authorities were concerned But when they heard that liquor was being dispensed as a chaser for the beer and I hat there were other elements of night life beyond the pile of the law a raid was decided Clifton Heights motherkept a sleepi nctl less vigil throughout headquartars Mrs Aikin i ccivjc1 astute stratcgbts in spread j live succumbing to his wound at awaiting her missing son in vain was notified at a real estate office in ln V1C V mcsasc I j o i T n t n I nimifrintic SllO t An crneiHPiirv nnnvitlnn iin uj niuicK LIU l fonneerVn nn n advanced almost nt will after urtsfieu loiiows nine suit j regulatloiu concerning mebut It prom rntile Si weak W backhand The The boy Arthur Biron 120 East Washington avenue vanished yester day afternoon He is 9 the same age as William A Reilly Jr 1530 SouthFiftyeighth street Philadelphia who wus found stabbed lo death in underbrush in Mount June 2 I felt hat with black bund and light j The NRA official emblem Is tin jRiny edge high vie kid shoes J properly of the United States govcrn Sun Village and two brothers Frank I T and John S were also informed of the tragic death I i r Wankct agreement is bcins given pressing attention General Mr Aikin stated this morning that 1 sHammond of Chicago he had not noticed anything unuaual i cxccuUVc director of the emergency in his daughters manner and Mrs reemployment program worked far mrntinnifTMr nto Aikin said that she was not dcspon no e nigt t dent this mornin when she kise of s t Moriah cemetery Ycadoii dent this morning when she kissed 25 Richard Ragone 17 later i he good by before leaving for her ofi scd flee i sands night to frame a legal in some of the sections confessed police said mlWinB tTu0pIferDarrby0lpoliceaatS n LT BAXTER GREETS i p m yesterday card i Marshall n y star retained control In lhe third set scoring ar he pleased wno c nhle to give any ment ft may not be used or repro 11 while keeping Merlin running Information regarding thc missing attempted to get into he room Ol f Police said the son told them hVr wil of crosscourt lobs father had been talking with him nrc and suddenly went upstairs The p nlook the nsL scl flonl wounded mans wife Eslcllo and i ei 1 A i j Perry 10R Atlncking lhe net with man have been asked lo communi cate with his son Gordon L Gurling Ridley avenue FoLsom Telephone Ridley Park 150W or the Ridley Park police department The motive for Bryants not been determined by upon Headed by County Detective O N I J am frantic said Mrs Biron 1 Smith and State Detective A I Mej J fc kllow what to Neal lhe county raiders swooped down whether he was kidnapsd or what1 nn the place at 11 oclock last night thing may have happened to just when a Hawaiian orchestra was lulling the patrons to weepy gestures Anyway who can drink beer with an Hawaiian orchestra The raiders found a case of liquor which appeared lo be whiskey and they arrested Victor Santoni Millie Sanloni and DFrancisco who were held by Magistrate Clark of Glenolden in bail each for thc Grand Jury ENJOYING OCKAN TKI11 been the subject of thou of telegrams and letters of in tiuiry j the Section seven Is the one most f re act has fluently referred lo PARENTS FROM AIR minimum wages hereby agreed to years back Lieutenant Harry Baxter of the notwithstanding that the hours him united Statss Army Air Corps cir worked in such employment may be SALVATION He was playing with other chil clcti over Iho Seventh ward shortly i hprcb reduced and to increase the A imc t XT 2 oclock yesterday after 1 oclock this afternoon in a af pay AN Ai T 1 1 It J 1 it REHOUTING ANNOUNCED icntly referred to This binds the members of his family or the police Vi ccfUywhlupcd Officials of lie Southern Pi ncr not lo reduce the Bryant was well known in Chester vanla Traction Company ha ln where he conducted invostigntions i wunccd hat beginning to niiin met Perrys stinging forehand shots in dcftlywhippad Officials of the Soulhern Pcnnsyl have hs backhand which failed him re pciitediy It was thc weakness which j morning he Highland avenue and cost him a set point in the tenth Marcus Hook trolley cars will be rc Manic and three set points In the routed for a week due to sewerage construction in front of the City at C4 Center Building at Fifth and Market duced without authority of the NRA t Regulations permit the Use of this emblemby nil employers who sign he Presidents reemployment agree ment nnd In thc form authorized for consumers but only hi such form by consumers who sign a statement of cooperation By application to the NRA any responsible manufacturer will be authorized to make and offer for gale hangars cards and slickers provided A he agrees to conform lo regula bcginning tomorrow j tlonr to prevent the emblem coming i Cochet started bravely in the secj streets The cars will go southwardly An appeal was issued today by ond set running up a lead But Edgmont avenue lo Third street Salvation Army olllclals for baby car None of them knew whether he got the ice or not I havent seen him There are no relatives where he might have gone He had no i nis money that I knew about Philadelphia from San Antonio Tex rtri He was in a pursuit plane and had vlf ft I hi rtagcs lo be used at hc Fresh Air UPI HhLl for this advantlrge quickly faded when the Englishman finding himself con jCanip at Upland where young outstcadlcd and oiilmaneu dren and their mothers arc given a i vered from the baseline attacked the i weeks vacation net From this vantage point u cast on Third street to Market and then over lhe regular route Pas sengers may lionrd cars on EdgmonL avenue at cllhcr Fifth or Fourth street instead of on Market street into hands of employers not author ised to use U B himself has signed the Presidents agreement and Is authorisedto use the emblem and C he will sell at a reasonable price Continued nn Iaijc Ten HOMK FROM FRANCE Judge Albert Dntton MacDade went over to New York yesterday to greet Thc boys father a veteran i in Eugene F White of Third and j pital in Maine Morris streets who wilh his daughter i tuberculosis Arthur Mrs Mary Carr sailed from New child week Mrs fsabelle Johnson A1 tllc baby cnrriaKes thai wo had bombarded Cochets falling backhand a lev clays was jn a rnt Unon at the camp are too old now Brigj with a barrage of volleys and drives j to the corners vh liquor was if we ncvv onps would be 00 either muffed or i hip will pomp nprn i fc 1 ti i in with his mrrnit iirt hL vif was arrcstctl a rniti Pon an estab at the camp are too old now Brig witn ins paients and wife iishmeu OI1 MarkcL strcct Marcus aclicr Janies Harvey aid todny find S fnm hi C HooJ where considerable liquor was if we ncvv onps would be po L lOI 111 ill UlJlJCr t 1 I C I 1 C5 l fl r n tin 1 f 1 fni It r nrl In to the corners which the French at the same point GOING TO CHICAGO 1S be mornhig on a motor r 1 CharlS Detective A L McNeal who had been babies did not have to be hold women nnd j hind in the third set Just ns in tin lP to Chicago where he will attend second Trailing 5 and with Cochet the annual sessions of the fntcrna i his son Dutton T MacDade who has been louring France Thc returned traveler will become associated with Ihe Sun Oil Company He was grad Police John Vance will uatcd In June from Franklin and and the overseas trip was a special graduation gift from hii ln ninlh which he stated that both he and Mrs Carr were thoroughly enjoying MARCUS HOOK BOY the ocean trip i TWO PETTV KOI5BKKIKS INJURED BY AUTO her 1 will report to training hat Revell was thc manager clown he river from Philadelphia lo h Chester on a boat and then oin b of the alleged speakeasy The man Chester on a boat and then going by was held under bail for courtbus lo thc camp Any person in when arraigned before I Clark of Glenolden Magistrate Two petty robberies were reported Michael Guittare 12 of fl07 Church to police today William Gill 33fl Rose street Marcus Hook sustained brush street reporting his store broken into i burns of the right arm nnd leg when and S5 in change stolen and a Miss i he dashed out from behind a ADMITS KIDNAPING WAS MERELY A FAKE terested in the camp and who wishes to help can obtain more information by telephoning Poplar MR I rcnglishmcn brought the partisan gal lery to its feet with a flurry of mag nificent tennis The shot that turned back Cochet at set point was a blis tering kill of si high lob itonal Police Chiefs Association and visit lhe Century of Progress Expo sition The chief will be accompanied by Mrs Vance and Mr nnd Mrs J B Hayes and lhe latters son narlram The loss of this point upset Cochcts j of Lima While in Illinois Chief father Topics of Times ton VIOLATION The recently orfanixcd Master Bar John McKrrfroy who have 1 drcss Pachall avenue near Fifty fabrication based on a dream 945 oclock last evening Because she heard her game and Perry his opi Vance will motor lo CajJron his long i ponents condition rode into the net j birthplace They will slny at the to batter down Cochins defense i Hotel Sherman Chlcajo thc headS Over In Clifton man 90 years old drove an auto for thc first time Wn had no Idea a pedestrian lived that JR WEATHER IS PREDICTED rs of the police chiefs con veil shipyard bid on submarine il wctbut tnas thf2 WILL STIWV IX KOMK Miss Edna R McGonigle has re At the point where the accident tion U S TREASURY BALANCE street car was proceeding cast leav ing a single lane for traffic As I Whartnabys vehicle was passing the WASHINGTON July street car at a moderate rate of of business we like In Lin wood several firemen wera arrested for ijoint to a fire In Chcs Paul Malonry son of Mrs Ella Ma tf several have observed should Pair wcalhtr is predicted lodny i Ioncyi of 291f Wost Eleventh street have been arrested for being there and Is probable tomorrow In Fasten I Urday was 78 degrees at 4 p m and ing about giving her a staying out late the she would scare them Two weeks ago I dreamed I was Its provisions one hundred per cent kidnaped she told police When they found me near thc barn I just said that everything I dreamed realiv happened the fine imposed the lowest was at G a in The av where he Col nve this honor after a remarkable career at There are still plenty of 5ccnt cigars That still sell em for two for a Quarter boy dashccl ovit in rprenuand S217703853 CJstoms receipts SI9 William 1 Heacock president of i aa a car 61976903 I the Marcus Hook Chamber of Com to chloro j form her and later shoved her out DEVALUATION OF i LONDON PARLEY DOLLAR IS HAWED i CHIEFS DISPERSE decrees below SLCharles Seminary in Overbrook a graduate of the Resurrection HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY Br United Press merce witnessed the accident from Lr ho front porch of his home nearby j 1 f Jlcon a clly strccl and accompanied Whartnaby and VISITS r j the boy to the Chester Hospital where S PARLNTS IN ROMI physicians after an examination for date 1 in 1834 and minij mum 57 in 1020 i j Sunrise today was nt m 7 rx i j i ii i tHl Minl vMI fl p m i dovcrmnenl Abandons Delegates Prepare to HeadEastern uayiuht SJIVIHK Time the western section of the city NKW iUAKTEKS Real estate men still advertise thn uptodate house But it still lacks a compact canopener Musician in Oklahoma rolled a snare drum for fii hours for a new record Doesnt say what he ate nil that time but with a roll like that he should have had plenty of coffee The Recovery Actls to be admin decided at heir last meeting to move AT ARLINGTON PARK stated that Michael had only sus tained brush burns The boy was taken o his home Ion Church street and Whartnaby re Word has been received from Rev John M Zazzara rector of the Church of St Anthony of Padua Third street near Fulton who is now vlMiing hi Plans to Raise Prices by That Means Home After Conference I WILL ATTINO OUTING I Members of the three Circles of the i members wlll participate in a pre Sf 1C H lhls cily llmlnaiy lcst at thc Newark Del Olive Sahatfi Swiftly On Coin Prefer George Jr Wilde Starr and Captain George K into larger and more adequate quar ters and thc house committee selected i site near Twin Oaks Sunday the rare track In conjuction with thc istered by the use of codes And Icavs it to Gen Johnson to make sure it isnt a cipher You dont have to organize a hold ing company to hold the bag Weather clear track AT LATONTA 1I parentyin Rome Italv that hn is en right ported the accident to Patrolman joying the trip He is expected to re Plans j Uriel McKce Jr of the Marcus Hook turn home the enrlv part of next furthe i montri been a tion gauges thc effects of its Indus nanls of right ions of documents is trial recovery program it was learned the secreiarint during their European Cities Bolstered purchasing power to around thr J n i Against Failing Taxes nn ti givrn a new unit Tinicum Youths Enroute Wilmington Cycle Club the local or Sound engineer figures out that expects lo hold a cycle 1 30000000 words are spoken on tha rodeo within the next few weeks I sound slaRM of Hollywood every year Plans have already been formed for Huh That walkout of technician lhc event it hat closed thc studios isnt a strike its a protest j Chicago speculator reported to havs I bought ibut not paid f 01 13000000 i bushcls of wheat Probably just wanted o be sure hed have pan SKCS for breakfast next winter of the dollar vii v LONDON1 July i Copyright vey of Europes principal centers and Nancy Clover Play Ilu 5933 by International Kews Service their revenue problems program sor Nihtinal Talk broke Berlin has aban Following is a summary outlining many ing on further drastic devaluation lt was BUthoritatlvnly ithat the World War debt negotiations to Fair in Small Boatlr Rcrlin sorj Nightingale Sister Clare donee imposition of new city taxes as results of the studv Kentucky Ace Colctown Big a hopeless job Business Trot wood London hasnt had a budget deficit 3 To he split Thnnder Baby Resis in 55 years Play Monty M Rcpo Fair Duch Paris apparen CS banking credit 1 Nimr the financial 5 Parade Step Penthouse Ronnie government Marita Gracious Gift Prompted by efforts Declared various American cities Newshawk means of taxation and S Bttcn Elizabeth Fox Roxie ence in Europe of municipal WeiJel Kclso Mai San studying old world methods Interna track muddy t tional News Service has made a sur1 Continued un Page Ten u that the World War debt negotiations The rapid progress of thc recovery impending at Washington early this Four Tinicum townshin youths is believed to have COnv need fall mlpht hp nnrp Ihr orrTsion fnr imituin lownsnip JOUU1S any members of the administration a coherence of re ff Norman Walla of Manhattan street that further business improvement leading powers that would amount to lister Charles Reese and Nappie can be worked put without resort to j a tabloid economic conference currency situation might be rlarificd travel Ileese of Keminolc strcct Lester and drastic money inflation and its ac Thesc could decide Fritz schradcr of Essineton left a rtfil l t f nr conference or fcvdays ago to see the sights at the Century of Progress at Chicago has been fitted with a Model T Ford automobile engine The Weather WASHINGTON July The trip is being made down the j for Eastern Pennsylvania Delaware River and along the south ern Atlantic Coast to the Gulf of Mexico and up the Mississippi River to the Great Lakes to Chicago A year ago a trip to Cape Charles the choosing a most unusual mode of va was made by lhc group in the 1 f fi rfw I frfiirl j tonight and Saturday somewhat warmer Saturday Western Pennsylvania Gener ally fair lonight and Saturday some what warmer Saturday in south por Ardent and thcv encountered one tions TODAVS TEMPERATURES Continued on Tut Elevtn toi Windy a regulation City stopping al many places ot on Pajre Elrvrnstandard United States lifeboat which Interest cnroute I 6 a in 64 11 a m79 7 a in 64 12 noon R a in 63 I p m 7t 9 a m 68 2 p 10 a m 70   

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