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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - September 13, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              Wt DO OUM HtH1 58TH 17696 Dally Leased Wire Rcoorts of United Press UP and International News Service INS With All Latett and Best of the Day 3 MORE STATES VOTE FOR REPEAL OF PROHIBITION Maryland Joins Parade to 1 in Favor With Colo rado and Minnesota Drys Strongest in Rural Areas in West 29 States Have Voted Wet BALTIMORE Md Sept UP Maryland Free State voted wet by a ratio of 4V4 to I in yesterdays repeal election Complete unofficial returns for Bal timore and partial and complete re turns from 20 of the 23 counties gave For repeal 197630 against repeal 41214 Baltimore gave repeal a majority of almost 11 to 1 The vote was 117152 wet to 41339 dry Almost two out ol three of the 330 000 registered voters in Baltimore ignored the election Incomplete returns indicated the counties generally followed Balti mores lead although by a smaller ratio Complete unofficial returns gave Dorchester county on the eastern shore to the drys the vote was 1132 for repeal and 1412 against Drys were leading on incomplete returns from Somerset another east eni shore county But the constitutional convention which meets next month will be over whelmingly and perhaps unani mously against prohibition Each of Marylands six congressional districts elected three delegates and six were elected at large In addition to wet and dry candidates there also was an unpledged slate Scattering ballots were cast for that group but none appeared to have been chosen ST PAUL Minn Sept voted for prohibition repeal by a margin of approximately 3 to 2 United Press tabulations re vealed today A wet landslide in urban centers was sufficient to carry the State for the repealists despite surprising strength in dry counties especially in Western Minnesota where Andrew Volstead father or prohibition resides Wet margins such as 4 to 1 in St Paul 3 to 1 in Minneapolis 3 to 1 m Duluth 6 to 1 in Winona and a to 1 in St Cloud built up repeal totals Returns from 2148 of the states 3693 precmts gave For repeal 321078 against 207225 When the final results are in it is expected at least 15 counties will l f drysVa margin Another score of counties was expected to show even voting Many counties Continued on Page Ten IMPORTANT RULING BY GEN JOHNSON hnif Hush head of the NRA in reference to bar ber shops and beauty parlors was re ceived yesterday by William Dela hanty manager of the Delaware Bounty Chamber of Commerce Thp ruling reads Partnership and owner operated barber and beauty shops without em ployes are limited to 52 hours per of shop operation in order to operate under the substitution granted and signed by Administrator Hugh SJohnson on August 8 for the barber shop and beauty shop in dustry This limitation will continue in effect until the matter is finally settled by approval of a code for the industry by the President of the United States In consequence of this beauty shops and barber shops con ducted by individuals or partnerships who employ no one and display the NRA eagle may not remain open longer than 52 hours per week LOCAL ELKS STAGE SUCCESSFUL AFFAIR One of the most successful and enjoyable evenings ever staged by Chester Lodge No 488 B P O E was evidenced last evening when the members of the Pretzel Club a fun organization of the fraternity staged their first entertainment Steve Graham of Darby widely known in theatrical circles was mas ter of ceremonies ably assisted by Committing Magistrate Michael A Honan and John C Boyle who were in charge of the committee Every Elk was allowed one guest and all present had to entertain in some manner The program got un derway around 9 p m and lasted until after midnight the feature be ing the appearance of a troupe of Negro entertainers from a local night club A prize for the best entertainer a huge pretzel was won by J p McGowan monologist HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY Unitei Press CHESTER PA WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 1377933 HOTEL A FORT FOR CUBAN OFFICERS AT UNCOLX FIELDS Prince Beech Tree Bril Iranl Rose Indian Red Shirlcv o v TJlc Mi5sourian IVcll Lapidary Lofty Heights Switch Brown Wisdom Glove Votan Knight Two Sons Cut Corners Bostonian Gal Dr Kaiser Hydsar Merry Chatter Broad Meadows Grant Mad Wind Gramarye Subtlety Le Feria Mtch Finnte Peace Lady Weather cloudy track heavy AT ROCKINGHAM riay Sand Runner Brooksie Keltwick Mynah Son nclli Zombro Marooned Weather clear track fast Here more than 300 deposed Cuban army and navy officers lieavMv in of the island rVuW s regime It is Havanaspalallal National Hotel which also has brcn provid ing temporary quarters for U S Ambassador Sumncr Welles STOCK DEALS AT RALLY IS STAGED MILK HEARINGBY INDEPENDENTS They Feature Third Days Hearing in Phila by U S Chief Stock manipulations of milk dis tributing companies featured the j third days hearing on the Philadel phia milk marketing agreement H D Allebach president of the Interstate Milk Producers Associa tion admitted he had advised a Southern New Jersey dairyman to purchase a bond of a dairy dis tributing company so he could main tain an A rating for his milk Charles Edwin Pox counssl for the Milk Code Protest Committee intro duced a letter from Allebach to James Petit of Salem N J in which the head of the Interstate Associa tion advised the South Jersey dairy man to purchase the bond as the only means of retaining the hieher rating for his milk During a series of questions by Fox frequently interrupted by Alle bschs attorney the fact was de veloped that many Eastern Pennsyl vania and New Jersey farmers had their milk ratings lowered with the ScottPowell Company when they re fused to purchase the bond Allebach testified that he had dis cussed the petit situation with Dr Thomas Kelly bacteriologist of the bcottPowell Company Dr Kellv showed me the bacteria count of Petit s milk ha said and explained it was in the B class Previously petit according to Fox had been receiving the bonus for A grade milk AUebach said he had suSBested That er at Asked what he meant by get to Continued on Page Ten MEAT DEALERS DISCUSS THE NRA Gen Butler Gives One of His Fiery Talks at Mar cus Hook Meeting Taking a slam at capitalism politics and newspapers General Smcdley D Butler U S M C retired addressed an audience of 300 persons assembled in the hall ol the headquarters of the Marcus Hook Fire Company in behalf of the In dependent Republican Party last evening Candidates for various offices on the independent ticket were also speakers Major John H Fay candi date for sheriff George W Allen candidate for county controller Sam uel K Harshaw candidate for clerk of court Vera M Gugert candidate lor director of poor and Thomas P Aelley candidate for jury commis sioner were those who made brief addresses Major Fay a former member of the Marine Corps Harshaw and Kel ley bouh former members of the army were singled out by the spir ited exmarine officer as the most logical men for their respective of aces because of their meritorious ex periences in military life General Butler said in part Look at conditions existing everywhere in America Graft corruption and crime run because of not be ing stepped on at the start Th start in this case is county and mu nicipal government Our neople are permitting the control things that they should themselves control How By placing the proper men m office right here in vour county Give them a chance to do you some good Give them a chance to do their county and state and their nation some good by stamping out these nefarious practices at the source You can build an army from first class privates Take a bunch of privateswho are no good to them Approximately 40 meat dealers of this city and environs held a meet ing last night at 610 Edgmont ave nue the purpose being for organiza tion under the NRA Presided and out hned the aims of the meat dealers who are attempting to secure an 8 hour day and better wages He in WS6 John Auspitz of Philadelphia who told of the Phila delphia organization It was unani mously agreed to hold another meet ing next Tuesday evening at the same place All meat dealers of the city are invited to attend SEVENTIETH BIRTHDAY Dr Cyrus Adler scholar states man and leader of American Jewry S birthday Dr Adlers work as president of the American Jewish Committee and of V Seminary was JOHNSWTPRAISES NRAINNYSPEEeH Tells Rally of Foreign Born 85 Per Cent Has Signed Codes Continued on Page Ten FOR AMATEUR FIELD KENWOOD COUNTRY CLUB CINCINNATI O Sept UP The field for the match play rounds ofthe National Amateur Golf cham pionship was completed today when four of the 12 players who tied at 150 in the 36hole qualifying round were eliminated in a playoff Led by three exchampions the eight players who survived the play off were H Chandler Egan Medford Ore 19041905 titleholder Chick Evans Chicago 19161920 champion and Max R Marston Gulph Mills Pa 1923 champion George T Dunlap Jr Flushing N Y former Intercol legiate champion from Princeton j Will Gunn Jr Wallingford Pa 1 Eddie Held Jnmesburg N J Nicol j Thompson Jr Toronto Canada and j Maurice J McCarthy Jr Cleveland The four eliminated were Chris Brinke Newtown Square Pa R M Grant Hartford Conn Spencer Overton Baltimore and Ira L Couch Chicago The standings at the end of nine holes of play in the first round 18 hole matches follows Johnny Fischer Cincinnati medal ist 2 up on Gene Homans Enele wood N J Will Gunn Jr Wallingford Pa 2 up on Willie Turnesa Elmsford K Y Max Marston Gulp Mills Pa 3 up on Craig Krayenbuhl Louisville Ky NEW YORK Sept HEightyfivc thS in the United Scales rre enrolled under the Blue Eagle General Hugh S John Mil national recovery administrator declared last night at a mass meet ing in Madison Square Garden Bpfore 10000 men and women rallied by the foreign language press CUBAN REGIME IGNORESCRITICS Government Decides Oppo sition Is Weak Others Sec Its Early Fall HAVANA Sept dent Ramon Graj San Martin claim ing the support of the people pro ceeded todny win plans o consolidate his power and restore constitutional government government dcci u oiPosition was so weak It could be ignored Admitting the hostltilty or cold c JrlnciPal political parties and the opposition of deposed army and navy officer encamped at lie Hotel the Rovemment as f Vif1 lhc inn jority of the people The politicians and the officers expressed confidence that the govern ment wns so weak it would foil by itself without a revolt It had no authority nt all outside of Havana they asserted and was leavinc the country to anarchy The cabinet determined to pay no attention cither to acts or statements of the military offices The guards strung around the rounds o the National Hotel to watch for sums of a revolt were reduced in number It was asserted at the Palace that normalcy was being restored In the provinces and strikes were being set tled Laborers it was said were being granted increased wages as em ployers balance sheets made it pos sible The ice workers strike begun here Monday ended last night Therewere no reports of disorder in the provinces For a time ves terday grave fear was held for safety of Americans at Santiago at the east ern end of the island Apparently reliable reports said Americans were concentrating at Rente across the bay from Santiago and might need tents for shelter Direct reports from Santiago how ever dimminished fears Some Americans had moved lo Rente from the Bethlehem iron mine at Daiquire and the El Cristo man ganese mines owned by the Texas Freeport Company Last night the administrators of the El Cristo mines went back to thenproperties as did others who for a time were at Rente There was complete order at Santiago the United Press correspondent reported though there was a general atmo sphere of impending trouble Complete order reigned in Havana and there was no real sign for the moment At the National Hotel the officers continued to demand the return of Carlos Manuel de Cespedes to th presidency DRUNKEN MOTORIST BLAMED FOR CRASH A headon collision attributed to the recklessness of an alleged intoxi cated driver at Fourth and Yarnall streets last evening sent one woman to the Chester Hospital and caused considerable damage to two auto mobiles The alleged drunken driver was Charles OMeara of East Fourth street Upland who was operating a taxicab He was driving cast on Fourth street and is said to have pulled out of line of traffic and crashed into a machine being driven in the opposite direction by Clinton A Dubhorn 238 West Fifth street Dubhorns mother Mrs Metha Dubhorn was thrown against the side of the car by the impact and rendered semiconscious when her head came in contact with the door She was treated at the Chester Hos pital for lacerations of the scalp OMeara was arrested by Captain Busher who went to the scene with faergeant Desmond and Patrolman McCarthy Dr H C Donahoo ex amined OMeara and certified he was under the influence of intoxicating hquor He was held in bail lor court when given a hearing be fore Magistrate Michael A Honan in police court today WIN JAIL SENTENCE Arraigned on the technical charge of disorderly conduct Alexander Evans 29 Negro of St Charles place was today sentenced to 90 davs in the county prison by Magistrate Michael A Honan in police court Evans was arrested last Friday morning by Patrolman Maguire when the officer detected him siphoning gasoline from automobiles parked on u the Chester Times building on East Eighth street Four patrons of the parking lot returned to find the gasoline tanks of their cars empty TO SING FOR SOVIET Mary MeLormick famous American opera diva ivlio will shortly leave fur Soviet Kussla to luJJlll asixmonth sniKinjr contend Mss IMcCormleks husband ITincc Serffc Mdivani with is Iwo brothers fled Russia diirlnjj he revolution He is now estranged from the songbird with a dlvorce hi contemplation McAvoy Reing Get U S Jobs In Philadelphia WASHINGTON Sept D McAvoy of Philadel phia was named today by Presi dent Roosevelt to be U S attor ney for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania He succeeds Ed ward W Wells The President also announced the following additional appoint ment Joseph B Reing of Mahanoy City to be U S marshal for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania He succeeds Walter C Fetters of Upper Darby Pa COAL AGREEMENT MANY DAYS AWAY Groups Named to Discuss Code Leaves Dissatis factory Impression WASHINGTON Sept 13 UP Spokesmen for organized labor charged todny lhat powerful finan cial intcresls wortobMnictlnn code ncRollntions in order to olio m surpluses of lowcost coal The assertion was marie that a rip liberate policy of overproduction would result in widespreiul slacken ing of mine activity utter the code with higher wage rales mid bans on slnslilHg ROCS into operation Many of the sales bcmg made now to railroad nncl utilities are at prices below the cost of production in some case being ns low ns 00 cents a ton Faced wtlh these charRes the NRA sought to speed up iicRoliutlons in conicroiices with two new committees of operators selected after yester days public hearings One commit tee is working on the code issolf the other on administration of the code NRA issued n statement saving It lias become apparent that various provisions in the code can be re written In a manner to Iron out ninny objections and make the code sails factory to a larger percentage of the industry In connection with the charges of abor leaders complaints already have been made that the lumber code has resulted in unemployment rather than reemployment This Is attributed to lhc frenzied production nt low watte scales before the lumber code became elective Labor leaders fear lhat the same result will be felt In the coal industry with almost complete cessa lon of coal orders after a code Is put Into operation The situation Is aggravated by the highly organized condition of the in dustry and the unrest prevailing in the coal fields over the cpde delay If large purchasers of coal stock up now for future needs the house holder will be left to pay Increased prices when he puts In his winter supply It hps been estimated that the retail price of coal will be jumped possibly ns much as per ton under Geo M Thornton Announced Rally Was Called Off ATTORNEY WEEKS GOING TO EUROPE SWARTHMOREAN RETAINS POST Dr Paul Pearson Renamed Governor of Virgin Isles by Officials Simultaneous with announcement yesterday at Washington the Recon struction Finance Corporation that it has granted 5125000 to establish an American bank in the Virgin Islands Secretary Ickcs let it be known that Governor Paul M Pearson of Swarthmore will be continued in office Pearson was appointed by President Hoover At the time he was sup ported by both Democrats and Re publicans and his unanimous confir mation by the Senate was on a non partisan basis Following Roosevelts election cer tain Democratic patronageseeking elements started a drive to get the job for political henchmen Secre tary Ickes whose department has jurisdiction over the insular posses sion vigorously opposed this effort He strongly urged the President to retain Pearson because of his unusu ally finy record Ickcs statement yesterday at a press conference indicated he has won his fight Pearson left by plane last night for the islands He has been in Washington several weeks working to obtain the R F C bank grant His success means that for the first time in the history of ths islands under the United States Hag it will have an American bank The banking of the islands is now under control of Danish interests The United State bought the pos session from Denmark as a World War measure The charter of the Danish bank expires early in 1934 In addition to the money for the bank Pearson obtained a considerable sum from the Public Works Board for erection of a new tourists hotel nnci a hospital This construction work aid greatly in relieving unem ployment and also enable Pearson to push his longrange program of en couraging tourist travel THREE PERSONS HURT WHEN CARS COLLIDE Continued on 1ape Ten THIEF CONFESSES LOOT RECOVERED Scores of residents of Lansdowne Upper Darby Overbrook and adja cent suburban sections yesterday vis ited the Upper Darby police station to identify goods stolen from their homes in a series of robberies during the early summer William Wilson 22 of Sixtythird street near Lancaster avenue Phil adelphia socalled gentleman burg lar and former college student con fessed to the robberies according to Upper Darby police and gave infor mation leading to recovery of more than 510000 worth of goods Wilson has been in the Media jail since August 19 following his capture and arrest in a Drcvel Hill Plaza home where he was found wrapped in a sheet in a closet Nearby were silver plate and other valuables wrapped in a bundle ready for his departure Philadelphia police recovered most of the loot in rooming houses there where Wilson had engaged quarters under nt least five different names Twelve overcoats 15 traveling bags two bundles of silver a score of watches and even a sack of pennies taken from childrens banks had been cached Among those who examined the loot was John B McClatchy whose home at Allcndale road and City avenue was robbed on the night of July 23 RUM RING PROBE IN PHILADELPHIA BATTLES NEGRO PREVENTS ROBBERY r a son delivered a philipic against backsliding now that the awaited recovery is actually under Asserting that the NRA was not an attempt at regimentation of in dustry but a charter of freedom General Johnson attacked critics of the legislation who he said were trying to evade living up to the spirit of the Blue Eagle The same individuals who were crying for an economic czardom in March he as Continued on Page Ten When a Negro tried to hold up Samuel Hoqpes at his roadside stand on the Baltimore pike beyond Paint ers crossroad yesterday Hoopcs bat tled the wouldbe bandit Although the intruder was not armed he was a much younger man than Hoopes After a short encounter the Negro fled Hoopes told County Detectives Charles T Smith and Harry Hagen kotter who were called to the scene No trace of the bandit was found U S TREASURY BALANCE WASHINGTON Sept The treasury net balance for Sep tember H was Mis cellaneous internal revenue receipts that day were 5682755285 Customs receipts for the month through Sep tember H were Attorney J Borton Weeks presi dent of the Keystone Automobile Club will sail from New York on Saturday on the S S Rex which re cently won speed honors for a trans atlantic crossing Mr Weeks is a member of the executive committee of the International Touring Clubs which will hold a world convention in Rome After visiting Naples and other beauty spots of Italy Mr Weeks will tour the Bavarian Alps and vari ous parts of Germany and will de vote seme time to a stay in Berlin MADE GOOD CATCH Joseph JefTeris of 2220 Providence avenue with a party of ten friends spent a day recently fishing in the Delaware Bay opposite Bowers Del i After three hours sport the party i returned with 375 weakfish and crockers a number of which were i distributed among friends in this city SEEK Police of this county today were searching for two girls who escaped last night from the Delaware IndusI trial School at Claymont The girls Elsie Hammond 15 and Hattie Fisher 17 got away from the institution by leaping from a secondstory window LORD DERBY WINS DONCASTER England Sept Derbys Hyperion win ner of the Derby achieved ths rare double by winning the classic St Leger today A woman and two men in jured in an automobile collision on the Springton Dam over Crum Creek a mile north of Media last night and were taken to the Media Hospital in the ambulance of the Media Fire Company Miss Mary Gucg 28 of 212 Brook line court Brookline is sufTeing from bruises and severe shock She was 1 passenger in the car of W F Thomp son 35 of 4312 Chestnut street Phil adelphia Thompson suffered a num ber of cuts none of which was se rious Marvin Stone 48 of Nrwtown Square driver of the other car was the most seriously injured sustaining a compound dislocation of the ankle in addition to bruises and According lo witnesses Thompson had backed his car inlo llie roadway preparatory to turning it when the Stone car collided with it PROPOSED CODE Socially prominent patrons of a huge rum ring were among the 100 witnesses expected to testify before the Federal Grand Jury today In Philadelphia in the governments at tempt to smash five large liquor syn dicates opcinting hi the Philadelphia area Approximately 150 persons Includ ing 40 Philadelphlans were expected to be Indicted The ring according to Federal In vestigators was operated by Moc and Jack Perch two alleged Philadelphia barons who were said to have suc ceeded Frank J Hilton after the lat ters rum ring was crushed last winter under the blows of a Fed eral Investigation and trial Hilton who fought extradition from Canada died there several months after the trial The witnesses are expected to ex pose a liquor organization similar to that uncovered in Delaware county by the June special Federal Grand Jury A W A WEST END ANGLERS George M Thornton one of the leaders in the Independent Republi can organization In Murcus Hook nucl a candidate for burgess of that borough on the ticket announced on Monday afternoon to n representative of the Times that the rally held last veiiiiiR In Mar ens Hook had bicn postponed The rLMson given for this nonement was as Thornton and oth ers fitatcd because General Butler was speaking before n meeting of Viscoseemployes in a Chester hnll instead of the scheduled rally down here Uccnuse of the change In plans Unit was revealed by Thornton the Marcus Hook column of the Times cniTlcd a fitiitcmcnt In both editions yesterday that Lhc rally would not be held This statement was attributed by members of the independent party to some members of the opposition 1 his is not correct because us stated the information wn Biven out by i iiomlon a supposedly staunch Inde pendent worker who nt the time of giving the Information to the re porter wns In company with two other candidates for offices on the borough Independent ticket Thornton in making public the fnct hat the rally wns to bo post poned said Cutler was to have written to me two days in advance Pi h rrllly with tlle understanding that if I did not hcnr from him by hat time he would not sponk And It he doesnt speak there will be no meeting of our group I have not icard from him and it will be too ate to da anything now so the thine Is called off Therefore the veracity of the slate cnt was not doubted because of It being mndo by one of the local load ers of the group that General But ler representing HAIRDRMERS ISSUE STATEMENT Officials Explain Al titude on Prices Deny Profiteering With 85 members of the Chester Hairdressers Association having signed Iheir emergency code there nas been some trouble experienced In tic last few weeks with two other shops according to an official of the association thU morning In order to correct any idea that tne association members are engaged under the new code nu official statement was Issued by the association today as follows The B5 hairdressers and operators of Chester feel the public Is due for an explanation for some of the ac tions that have taken place clurlnc hcsc past 18 days In organizing they found this action would be necessary in order to raise their oper ators wages and pay the minimum prices of the wholesalers who also have an organization to sell only one prico supplies and who raised the price of the supplies so that no in ferior goods are sold This would make it impossible for any shop to fall back to the level that their pro fession had been brought The chler issuc at Present is a difference of fifteen cents a former minimum prlcn of thirtyfive cents being Increased this amount The local association is standing pat upon this charge until the na tional code is signed in Washington which will we firmly believe end all annoyances with the present blanket code and will define proper competition We believe the public can see the justice of our position nncl In Its customary fairness will not for a moment discern any thoucht of profiteering FEDERAL GRANbTlURY ENDS SESSION TODAY The Delaware County Retail Drug gists Association of Pennsylvania has gone on record as boing opposed to tho Whitcside general retail code under which it has been proposed to place the retail druggists The Whitcside code is said to have been prepared to cover a number of various kinds of business in no wise likened to the drug business and in the opinion of the druggists their business could not be adapted to nt in with the code A group of fishermen of the West i End left yesterday afternoon for Little Creek Delaware Those in the i party were Dr M Joseph Blazynski 2703 West Third street Martin Pidi of 2618 West Second street and John Laskewich of 2710 West Second street j Relatives of the trio were not i alarmed when they did no return tins morning on scheduled time but showed traces of uneasiness as no I word wns received from them at noon It is believed they have been de laved by the storm which swept the j lower section of Delaware last night and this morning FOR COUNTY HOLDUPS Three bandits who shot one of their victims during a holdup in Delaware county were sentenced in Philadel phia yesterday to long terms in the I penitentiary for robbing a gasoline i station at Fiftyfourth and Chestnut streets Philadelphia August 27 I j Frank Gallagher 22 and Theodore Omlor 18 both of Upper Darby were i given 10 to 20 years each and Wili linm Touzcll 18 of Strnftord five to 10 years by Judge Millar in Quar ter Sessions Court They confessed to six holdups of which the total proceeds were only The March Federal Grand Jury which returned 95 Indictments fol lowing the Investigation into the al leged politicalrum ring in this county will be dismissed todny The jurors expected to finish all business yesterday when it was ex pected additional Indictments would be returned before Federal Judge Walsh It was learned from an au thentic source todny that no more Delaware county residents would be named in the indictments the Inquis itorial panel having been engaged in hearing evidence against alleged rack eteers in Berks and Lancaster coun ties during the past month A motion by defense counsel for 63 of the 06 Indicted to have the in diclmcnts quashed on the ground that ihe jurors were illegally chosen will be argued before Judge Walsh in the Federal Building at 10 a m Friday The bonds of those Indicted are re turnable next Monday but it is hardly probable that the trial will be started until late next month even if the indictments are sustained by the court 250000 MARCH IN N Y NRA PARADE Half Holiday Honors Event Gen Johnson Re views Pageant NEW YORK Sept placid breadth of Fifth avenue re1 sounded today to the martial tread of a quarter million persons when the I greatest parade in American history drummed up the long avenue in a breathtaking demonstration of con fidence in President Roosevelt and his national recovery program More than 250000 marched but at least double that number massed on the flagspangled sidewalks and hi the main reviewing stands between the carved lions of the public library where Mrs Franklin D Roosevelt General Hugh S Johnson Governor Herbert Lehman and dignitaries rep resented the city state and federal governments On the stately street was concen trated almost all the citys activities of the afternoon Stock and com modify exchanges had closed banks Continued on Page Ten PRICE TWO CENTS SSflMMAN SERVING TIME AS BANKBANDIT Case of Mistaken Identity Revealed by Confession of Real Culprit Immediate Steps Taken by Attorney to Obtain Pris oners Release Seven months ago on March 23 1933 Victor Barclll 28 of Philadel phia was sentenced to serve from five to 10 years In the county prison for UP Ul Park Stata Ycslcrdiiy Thomns A Nelson Phila clelphiii bandit admitted that he was one of the throe men who held up the bank and escaped with S1 I lle Slk1 had nothing to do with the crime This ended one of the strangest eases n tho criminal annals ot FrfpMm Hlla positive Jcieiilifkutlon of Barelll by a young woman employe of the bank The case will bo formally brought before the court on Friday by Elgin t Wecst present attorney for Barelli umby Assistant District Attorney William R Tonl who prosecuted tho civse Nelson Is scheduled to plead fiiillty to the crime and It Is expected that Barelll one of the few victims mistaken justice In the history of the Delaware County Quarter Sessions Courts will bo Immediately dis of a crime he did not commit Nelsons confession bears out tho claims of Attorney John J Stctser who vigorously fought the case and proclaimed his clients innocence Immediately alter the Jury brought In n verdict of guilty against Barelli Stetser made a motion for a new trial During he argument for the new trial Stetser declared to Judge John M Broomali who tried the case I have mingled with and defended thousands of criminals in my life but never have I been so convinced of a minis innocence BS I am this minis JuriRo Bioomnll gave the attorney a specified Unie to produce the renl Continued on Page Ten PARTICIPANTS IN FIGHT ARE FINED The echo of a stabbing aflray last week was heard in police court today when Benclnom Locke Negro of tha 1700 block Union street was arraigned for hearing In police court charged with having slashed Gilbert Jones Negro of M Flower street Jones his hend swathed in ban dages tnid he did not want to press any charges against his alleged as sailant After making this statement Detective Captain Fccney told Magis trate Honan that once or twice a week police nre called out on such cases and something hart to be done to put a stop to it It developed that Jones went to Lockes home looking trouble and they had an argu ment over a woman Each was given the preference of paying S5 fine and coits or going to Jail for 15 days FAIR PREDICTED TODAY Fair weather is predicted today lit Eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware nnd Maryland There will be Increasing cloudiness tomorrow probably with showers tomorrow night or Friday Little change in temperature is expected The highest temperature hera yesterday was 73 degrees at p m and the lowest was 58 at a m The average of 66 was three degrees below normal for the dato and five degrees below the average September 12 last year Maximum temperature for the date is 95 estab lished in 1931 and minimum 49 in 1875 Sunrise toriiy was at a m and sunset will be at p Eastern Daylight time Topics of Times Two youths were arrested here for the theft of copper But its tha copper who arrested them that they can blame their predicament on Maine voted wet the other day Whats that saying about As Maina goes Thanksgiving Day this year can ha truthfully celebrated The NRA has created jobs and few political can didates are making speeches These past few weeks weve been looking at pictures of smiling Cuban presidents Smiling probably because they realize their troubles will soon be over General Johnson says this is not the time to get rich quick We hopa he tips us off when it is Blood pressure of a motorist is 20 degrees higher than that of a pedestrian someone has said And 20 degrees higher than that when a motorcycle cop pulls alongside when youre coins about 55 miles an hour The cinema industry has drawn up the longest cods Wonder how many divorces it allows an actress in a month The Weather WASHINGTON Sept Weather forecast Western Pennsylvania Showers to nifht and Thursday not much clianpc in temperature Eastern Pennsylvania Cloudy probably occasional showers tonight and Thursday slightly warmer in north portion tonight Xew Jersey Cloudy probably oc casional showers tonipht and Thurs day little chanjc in temperature TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m 60 11 a m64 7 a m 62 Noon 65 8 a m 53 1 p m65 9 a m 58 2 a m63 10 a 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