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Chester Times (Newspaper) - October 13, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania FINAL EDITION With AH Late1 and Best of the Day 58TH 17722 Dally Leased Wire Retjorts of Vlnitecl Press UP and International News Service INS CHESTHK PA FRIDAY OCTOBER JH 1 TW1CNTYTWO PACKS PRICE TWO CENTS KENTUCKY COAL OPERATORS DEFY US LABOR BOARD Ignore Summons to Appear and Answer Refusal to Deal With Workers BETROTHED TO WOOLWORTH HEIR Captive Steel Companies to Accept Modified Checkoff System WASHINGTON Oct UP Thc National Labor Board facing its first case of open defiance by em ployers today prepared to command nine western Kentucky coal operators to appear before it and answer Ihe complaint of union miners The operators ignored a summons to a hearing yesterday charges that they had discharged 400 employes for joining the United Mine Workers of American and had refused to deal with workers who did not join a com pany union The operators action brought an initial test of the powers of the agency set up by President Rqosevell to adjust labor disputes pending es tablishment of a peramanent arbitra tion machinery under NRA codes Out come of the Kentucky case it was believed will set a precedent whicr will define the scope of the boards authority Chairman Robert F Wagner said the board was backed by all the power of the recovery act which provides for injunction proceedings fines and other sanctions against violators of the law While the Labor Board wrestled with the Kentucky coal dispute ad ministration officials were hopeful thatfthe agreement of steel companies to a modified check off system under which they would collect union dues from union members in captive mines would bring an end to the long strike in Pennsylvania fields They were cautious in their com ments however as it appeared fur ther negotiations would be necessary between Thomas H Moses president of the H C Frick Coke Co who has been representing thc captive mine owners in conferences with Philip Murray vicepresident of the United Mine Workers It was uncertain also whether the check off would satisfy insurgent union strikers who have t been demanding that the Frick Coni ACTIONS MARK CLOSE OF WOMENS LUB CONVENTION FIRST TO LOSE BLUE EAGfcE over ihe Sudden and Silent Depart ure of Mrs C S Musser Commented Upon Lansdowne Resident Holds Important Post in thc State Body PITTSBURGH Oci Ki Divided hfto iwo factions hurried nnd silcn1 departure of Mrs Charles S MUFSPI of Lrmsciowne from thc convention rv day early i delegates to ihe State Federation of Pennsylvania Women today brought i their convention to a elose Formal sessions ended last I night with the banquet tu which j Governor Giffoid Pinehot pinch hittlnp for his wife Cornelia Brycc Pinchot waji the speaker Debate over Mrs Mussers dc parture overshadowed the clasiny convention activities as friends of the Delaware county woman who is chairman of llu committee on couiuv CARNIVAL OWNER FOUND GUILTY IN GAMBLING CASE i Motion Made for New j Trial for Man Who Made i Bribe Charges Upper Darby Officials Ac cused Offer Kmphatic Denials in Court Max Gmbcrtf carnival owner who had accused Upper Darby onirinls of extorting money frumhtm was convicted Into yesterday of xanihliiu by a jury in tincourt room of Jiidvjo W RogVr Gruberus attorney Kuuem Sulu of Philadelphia iniuiedialely made i motion for a new trtnl and Jiidfe Kronefield fixed November li us tin chile for urguiiicnt He agreed to allow Grubenj to no free until that time under bail Thi jury composed of nine men and three women dclilKnucd three BEER RUNNING SHIPMENTS TOLD BY WITNESS Thomas Reynolds an Exrailroad Sleuth Placed Cars of Beer for Patsy DAmato Slain by to City Treas urers Office When Carload Was Stolen He Testifies left the convention in a huff Friends said Mrs Mussir had gone to another meeting in New York The dispute blamed for Mrs A wedding ceremony hat will be an event in hish society early this winter arose when will unite Miss Dorothy Fell above daughter of Mrs Ogdcn Mills wife of I To the oScsUoii ofidmln n the former treasury secretary and Woolworth Donahue heir to the worth millions Their engragfement was announced recently RED CROSS ROLL CALL CAMPAIGN DAVIS WEEPS AT HIS ACQUITTAL Area Chairmen Prepare to Senator Freed by Begin Canvass for New After Trial on Members Lottery Charges nonfederation member clubs into county federations was passed over Ihe objections of Mrs John M Phil lips of Pittsburgh Mrs Phillips then criticized Mrs Musser for not permitting bolh sides to be heard i New state directors were named by IMrs Richard G Hamilton stale i president as follows Mrs Frank Kaiser of the northeastern division Mrs Bertram Hervey of lhc roulh Jliry eastern Mrs ReedOracey of the central Mrs Spencer Gordon of Uie IVlOOSC northwestern and Mrs S D Pearson I of Ihe southwestern j Among resolutions passed during hpil the closing session was one calling First employer lo lust the Blue ICajJe on ut violation of uu XltA rotli was Theodore HivltuUs alinve operator hours considering Uie testimony f ol a S250OUll roadliouse Clary I ml listening lo Haliutis twice summoned before I hi Gary pear The United Stales Kovernmcnt to plained about the Rambllns vviuHis Lliy tunicd its snirchliRht upon beer openUInu In downs of concessions on IunninK Into Chester when Thomns ihe carnival lot at Sixlyninth and j Reynolds former Rending Railroad Market street When arrested the i Company detective took the fit nnd in carnival owner threatened to reven j Federal Court Philadelphia where 78 the names of UK officials and others defendants from IhLi county are on who he said shook him down for for Ihousands of Reynolds lold of his connivance On the witness stand Wednesday with thc brerrunticis by placing Gmberg declnred tlini although lie bee iladen freight cavs ut udvimlafu has traveled in every section of the ous Kpuls for which hc was rewarded United States he nevin met so mnnv with bnmMs of beer and when beer leniithy iidddriNses by Assistant District Attorney C William Advisory Hoard failed to a p Krafl Jr and the defense attorney employes cliarRcd Ihat he Gruberg was arrrsted on June lf violated hour and wage provisions of when live members of ihe Good Gov thr restaurant eoile Kahutis deiiioil nitnenl League of Upper Darby eom Ihese rliaiRfs when General lliiah Johnson withdrew his rljjht lo lhc insignia Says Liquor Was Unloaded at Foot of Welsh Street and He Was Paid for His Silence Other Witnesses Tell of Stills and Graft Payments in County GOPRALLY PLANS COMPLETE r i rralters KepllbllCan LolHHY LOIU as there in Delaware W11l llihi he accepted civsli Ar in Aloof in LU UCtL III V ftlnnrlnv Niirlll juiiiKiv He sold that everyone with The fonnor railroad sleuth ulso told badge or somiomclnl job ap of rum shipmenUs nlotg Iho Delaware hlnl nlld ftrl thrcaleniiiR for which he drew down cash pay U llosc tllL show for some minor mcnts lor hts silence Reynolds tm ngrecd to overlook the violader direct examination of All members of the Republican county committee men and women lion for each night the show 1roseculor Chet A Kejvs his testimony by relating his dealings U S Watching for Income In County Case Tt was disclosed today In Phil adelphia that Internal revenue agents are closely checking on the Delaware county conspiracy case testimony concerning protection payments with n view towards prosecution of those who received the tribute on income tax evasion fhnrfies The government believes Itran prosecute a large number who failed tu make proper returns He said he paid lo Cvrus S wilh Patsy DAmato beer baron of started up Welsh street At SecoiHl v v I i Art T 1 r nlirl C n1rnr fKnn uiECd to alLend the rally at Aijnrw chaiininn of Ihe Upper Darby j Chester who died last summer when Board of Township Commissioners tor I several nutimen in an automobile rid NEW YORK Oct UP A1 for drastic reductions of armament armory next Monday night l penllit nnd declared thnt died him with slugs at Third and In the borough of Media towns and the authorities bogin their annual Federal Lottery laws will be nolle nent organization to carry out Trie eampaign to culminaic in lhc geu t W HH T T u 1 Wt It f II T 1 1 t i I I I l II Li LI VlVkjKlllLI 11 DLL 1VJ11 II H I ter Dike econd indictment chareine Semtor mternatlonal of manui All Repmicaii candidates on the i Jolm g Mccicnrv ot upper j Kerlin streets ILI pihc octuuu Hiuitimtni cnaiging toenatoi ratfrp j countv ticket will be nrcseiit at the ri 1 V Jr r nj the unester PJKC secono maicunem cnargmg senator i will be present at the Red Cross Roll Call James J Davis with violation of the of agrcsive weapons nnda permn rallJr which will officially open Ihe demanded S2r0 from him In 191ill said Reynolds DAmuto Mccleary took lhc witness stand yes cmni to uu and asked If f could have membership canvass at the close oflprosEedit was believed today Davis llcxt disarmament conference treaty election three weeks later coirddonf with was acquitted last night on k similar i Provisions The resolution was cabled i and to The committee members and others Cnnliiiuit mi Pace Sixteen The Weilton W Va Steel Corn area Colonel Courtroom J Franklin McFadden Both Davis and his codefendant j vania Chapter has furnished an inpropagation department of the Loyal i comention speakers preuicted thc terosting summary of the work i Order of Moose wept when the lorej dollar would be stabilized at 63 carried on bv the Red Cross branches i man of the Jury announced the not two nionths and con ij ti j i mi li n inn itmi U thV Southern Mulerr verity of Pittsburgh one of the final without discrimination and submit disputes to the board Strike leaucrs informed the board the menwould return to work if the company agreed to 1st the board mediate dent Earnest T Weir hat he would not tion until after the strikers returned Dr George K McCabe of thc Unl William G Price Jr candidate for sheriff who is heading the Repub lican ticket Gcnernl Price von Ihe nomination for sheriff with a com manding lead of more than 23000 GASOLINE in th verdict com opponents Republican lders The Delaware County Retail Gaso line Dealers Association met last voles over the Icader of his three niht in lhc Red Mens Hall nt 2112 arc West Third street with Charles J out the difficulties Predicting that General Price will j Ward president of the Associnlion campeign of the i ead the ticket to victory on presiding that he did not car placed He lold me where he wanted il o it would not be noticed for it cnntalncd CIT This 1 ar ranijed 1 slipped a nnte in the con 1kVf Al VnMOTTVP L tf UrjALlljKb M Lili 1 IlNb ihe didnt know who wrote the freight car was placed where Palsy wanted il lie save me six half barrels of beer lor my rid This conj tinned once or twice n month Patsy i was always running beer When bopr wis llyht I look cvsli between and S7a olhcrwise 1 yot street I met Falls and Sykes They told me to RO back to lhc Alpha Club which I did Later Falls came into lhc clubhouse nnd told me to go to the Delaware Inn Marcus Hook and enjoy myself I went there and about J3U n in the next morning a fellow came in and laid on my table Q Who was this fellow T didnt know him he had curly hnlr Q When did you learn his iden A its next move in this case N Y MAN HAD e b and inBton whcrc he will address the think k ay f convention of the American Federa economic the think ic could succeed until further j Democratic candidate ber 1 a large majority over the Four new members were ndmitted iving the association about ns per l payment were made to On the armory phu orm Moa ay cent of 11 Ihe retail delem In the ui Lilt it a 11 j i vu i i7 i 11 lillicl E years among needy families The tton of Labor In his youth he worked remove the differential between the Wllt County Controller j county fc j i i in ctcoi rnjiig ancj known as i price raises and salary The Eastern States Association of ws im He served as Secrej former he said has been 25 per cent Continued on Pajjc Sixteen the Relnil Gasoline Dealers will meet j j chairman has described the Red Cross in stfel mlls eflorts In endeavorsnotprovided by j Puddler Jim ni TAJ other welfare groups such as its t tar of Labor in the cabinets of the latter seven public health service nursing pro Presidents Harding Coolidge grams and social service work the 1 Hoover stock j bifrTd and the gTvYnpof first and and fivc minutes The trial beg society leader was fined five pounds i life saving instruction September 18 Davis and Miller w Etcrling today in Marylebone Police During the past 18 months the i charged with using the mail Court for possession of a teargas Red Cross received 85 million bushels j mote alleged lotteries held in gun shaped like a fountain pen j of wheat and 840000 bales of raw nection wi Munn who is 46 years old told 1 cotton from the government 10 ba various Moose fagistrate Binglcy that the weapon exchanged by the Red Cross for flour j spiracy to tr VOTES BOYCOTT nTtriAT v r lil JCvlM Ai V Ab I WASHINGTON Oct SEWER LONDON Oct i preparation of Braille books for the i Thc JurV deliberated three hours Munn New York stock broker and i blind and the givin of first aid and and fivc minutes The trial began savin instruction September 18 Davis and Miller were i During the past 18 months the j charged with using the mails to pro1 Flvorabip rcports from df A boycott of Germanmade goods and ii n i i ifnnfo vllnrrart 1toM I r iv thp was voted today by Federation of Magistrate Binglcy that the weapon was commonly used in the United I and clothing for distribution to destii tickets th Hc explained that Ihe beer shipped from one point to nn then reshippcd to Chester Sunday and a delegate from the bnlcd as jime or bricks or con local oiRani7ation was appointed I trncols supplies or anything this honor being accorded Lawrence Hplc Ktyps Reynolds if he of Eddystonc The Divis Ycs WLLS nine selected WHS Abraham lhc reHpnnse I met him when hc wjtz of tills cliy wus n prohibition atenc In 1327 There was an enthusiastic discus whcn Dnvis was 1 privale detective he sion of the NRA proaram with most cme to lnc uld mc a cviOad of of me members expressing thc view beer was missing and asked me lo lhat thc recovery program had aided tiace it I could find no Irnce of it the members more than any progrcs on tru Heading lines but 1 discovered Stoney Creek Little Crum Creek and is not America1 BREAKS HIP IX FALL RAID FOLLOWS WIFES COMPLAINT 1 Mrs Peter Gallagher of Fourth and Palmer streets is a patient in the Taylor Hospital Ridley Park receiv n co ins treatment for a broken hip an ffhlisbas a spaak services regime American The report of the committee on 1ive RICP taken in the past few years on tiic Pennsylvania road resolutions cnnsidcrins three amij The entire membership was in favor i had it placed on the Wilson Hitler proposals provided for thc A sticking to thc code set forth for street sklini and when Davis and I F or L boycotting German made j the dealers with Ihe majority in opened the cur we found great Hoods and German services this boy1 favor of reporting progress lo the SUrprise that it was empty A day ltv rtlK ujcamciit m uir ouuru i cott to continue until the German NRA lenders so that steps mlchl be j or so UUnr l a telephone call neir feet and embraced their lawyers veport to lhc ofncc of township vorklng parly of Germany to organ into bona fide independent trade I IjAix unions of their own choosing and A Some time later Either Davis or Sykos told me he was Sammy Grossman widely known Philadel phia Q At this time were you a de tectivc1 A No this was four or five months after I left the railroad At this poln I Ihe witness was turned over to defense counsel for crossexamination and when Attor ney Connor asked Reynolds to identify Ed Davis the witness could not pick him out In the Court room and a Court attache was ordered to find Dnvis but could not This in terrupted Ihe crossexamination to be resumed when Davis could be found Lewis Snydcr age 41 a farmer ol Continued on Page Twenty i2 COUNTYllESIDENTS INJURED IN CRASH Continued on Page Sixteen PRISONER SLEEPY George Annear of Prospect Park John Calder of Springfield W1LMINGTON Del Oct persons were injured city one seriously on the Glasgow road sis miles south of here today in a satisfactory information from Jir vrju state Sanitarv water Board Engineer Norman Foster reported lnlil Germany ceases its repressive nniifV nl rvf the with policy of persecution of Jewish pe pie DOG ATTACKS HOY treasurer Kcyes asked if John Bauer was the collision ot two automobiles that lime and i The victims were Ruth Bunn By wood Pa fractured skull William HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY fBT United Press detectives and his squadraided the tcrsecticn of Twelfth street and Ccn thf of the chair thc ncst ECSSion place early last night tral avenue by Patrolmen Pierce and to be held in about a week The woman called at police from cuts IN SEARCH FOR MAN QUATTXTP i treasurer at tha OIVV 1 1 PU Reynolds replied in the affirmative j Reynolds continued I cant recall JBlnckmnn Norristown Pa broken Miyor William AVard Jr has Is whether Pitsy DAmalo was with me nnd lacerations Charles M sued orders lo ihe police department when f wentin or not but he was in Boswell Jr 37 Lansdowne Pa i that alter tomorrow night all massed the office when Bauer asked me j bruises Abraham M Kulp 37 Cur we terrace Norristown Pa frac lold him lbs nni Mr and Mrs Pre about it vost Boyce 6 Calvert street Balli empty car AT LAUREL Music Gtiidintr Bplayfole Rlue Weather Irrck sloppy AT AVASHINGTON PARK quarters a shorTtime before thsraidj in and face land said her husband whose name is Chares Iseal who was with Waj i Cooper had been frequenting the on told the offlcers who took Wa place and had formed the habit of ton to the Chester Hospi a where hL excessive drinking and spending 1 T f AWI money which was needed to supporthad bsm 5truek hy an automobllc his family She named Prank Henry 35 as proprietor of the establishment police station This mom entrance as the place was locked lns whe neighborhood unlil 9 p in and will block West Eighth street The boy we were there Patsy was home from school Vt bp lo rcmwi Uloir KkntCR at cryliiB Ihe blues He told me he had vas iciuinuig nomc irom scnoot at heir iinmes inniin more thc latter two both riding in the other car bruises All the injured except Mr and Mrs the time that at th After the patrolmen learned at the reRc for Robert B Lederlc 63 hosPtKl Wnlton lind becn drinking Philade phia iron merchant who has n lmder arrest and been since Monday i uu T KIPPED OVER BRICK a postman imp nnd return to their homes been accused of stealing this carload Boyce were In the Wilmington Hos sound of thc curfew signal i Of beer J heard Davis previously say Ptal rllc accident occurred when From Fifteenth street to Eighteenth that Patsy swiped this beer itrecl and between these ic wnvs i sa banned 7one Instructions Palsy told nie in lhc ofTicc that he I cording to police was broke and hc asked me for a Boyce attempted to pass a truck ac in the 900 block West Third street have bren Riven to officers on beats ioan T told him that I too was is suffering from a sprained ankle to enforce the order and a squad broke but informed him that on an injury sustained several days ato will be directed to spots from where lnc ncxt shipment of beer over Ihe was called for cor0 i ouommtu actimi uava nnvytwi lne Knipnieiiu ui ncer over me hc trippcrt over ft loase bric vmnnatc to carry out ihe Riding lines I would not charge e oni i i FAIR AND COOLER WEATHER thr turnkey reported lhat wedncEda The doors o tho car were in a sidewalk while delivering mail mayors orders Critwood Sweet Lnssio next door and searched the building one gallon containers one full jand the other about half full of al Icged two pint bottles and one i onehalf pint bottle filled with liquor i were seized as evidence hewas uiibic to arouse Walton from locked and inside it were his hat gloves and keys A woman identified by police as U S TIIEASURY HALANCK SAYS Hi WAS ATTACKED JIaminys Girl Red Casino before on a similar charge was placed I greet National Commander Joseph Mickols Boy AVilcl KiKy Lcrack I under srrcst and up at polico McQueen of Kansas City and his Susan Slick Broadway headquarters This morning fol stafT at the state convention lo be a deep slumber WILL GREET COMMANDKK crum creek throughout yesterday A large delegation of members of afternoon maintaining a stoic calm Colonel Campbell Chapter No 19 but intently watching a group of lo nun me Herc Henry who had besn arrested onco D A V will be present Saturday to Lrderlcs friondr who attempted drag the creek WASHINGTON Oct Mrs Lederle stood on trio banks of The Treasury net balance for Octo oer U was S116o23051544 Miscpl Inneous internal revenue receipts that day were 21670 Customs receipts for the month through Oc 7r sr Kummer of COS Kerlin street phase of illicit liquor shipments to bother about Fair nnd cooler isthe prediction to day in ETilern Pennsylvania New another Jersey Delaware and Maryland It Kovos switched to will be partly cloudy tomorrow tober H were Bic Lahr Bosom Pal Bay morning r u i r i lowin a hearing before Magistrate held in Philadelphia Servant Cabotin Vindicated Honan he was in sm hoil fn Rcslmcnt Leo M DoOr Jury hs WM VISITED BY FELLOW MASONS Keyes asked In 1929 or npproxi Thc highest temperature here yes tiirtrri hv two last matelv 1930 were you at the Alpha terday was 77 degrees at 315 p m blo oclock Ailestand Boat Club nnd the lmvrst was 54 at 5 a m The A I was average of 6i was seven degrees above Q Where is hat located normal for the date and 14 degrees A At the foot 01 Welsh streei above the average October 12 last Q Are there any docks nearby year Maximum temperature for the where a boat could tieup Ls 8f established in 1912 and A Yes there are docks on either minimum M in 1876 a foreman at thc Ford plant in this CUV nifih abou at the corner of Sixth and Ker lin and beaten by them He lold police to whom hc reported the incident that ihe men were firmer employes at the plant and had at one time worked under him 4Klat Rock Biily Tonzs Over Shabby Bnnnic Mania j y A TT HONOR STUDENT Pnlyfon Double Dale Aifmark A rivn V7IV O L U sTy siar SUICIDE OVER WORRY Bufl Baby Starr Iales Fancy Trincc Plato Safe and Sound I j NEW HAVEN Conn Oct Rally Forth Old Dcpni Farquhar 23 nn honor Clyde Van Duscn Scths Ballot student in Yale Medical School was Tamerlane Slop Gap Red Boot i found dead of gas poisoning in thc AVcalhcr clear track fast j bathroom of his home here today Police said he was a suicide because of financial worries ON ARMS ISSUE Negotiations in Nation League Deadlocked as L Chinese Magnate Unearthed the Magnet When ages ago a Chi nese mandarin discovered thc lodcsfonc or magnet he called it Thsuchu or lovestone because said he iron to it like a child to the mother Neat ly put Wish we could find equally poetic phrase to gracefully to the sub ject of Chester Times clas sified ads instead of merely abruptly mentioning thai the following ad was a magnet attracting a good sale MOWRT ST W 2 snrt hoara for refined lady or cruiiorian Gar aits If doslrrrl Phono 6353 GENEVA Oct lUP Negotia lions for a disarmament agreement Farquhar son of Francis Farquhar J between Germany and the World War of York Pa received a doctor of Allies were in a deadlock today as Dr philosophy deprcc at Yale in 1926 and Rudolf Nadolnv chief Gorman dcle for two ycrr was a student at Cam gate left for Berlin to receive new briciee University Englandon a fel inrlvtictions from his government steerins coniinit tre meets oiuorrow nnd the full world low ship MONTREAL Tils whereabouts IS MISSING Oct l of Gerardo Ma coiuercncc Is to meet Monday Many delegates feared another cris unless Germany recedes from I chado former president of Cuba was i demand Ihat it be permitted to shrouded in mystery today Although i rearm unless the allied nations believed to be still in thc city hc France once proceed has checked out of the Mount Royal reduce their own armaments as Hotel he has bscn for thsv promised to do fourteen years more than a month ago when Ihe Versailles Treaty was i SLAYER DIKS IN CIAIR CHICAGO Oct KL criminsl to bo executed in Chi Germany has shown no sign so far of receding her demand and dele gates of Great Britain France and READY TO OPEN PROSPERITY SHOP Junior Hoard Adopts Novel Plan lo Aid Chester Hospital Ail is in readiness for the opening of the Prosperity Shop one of thf tirst ventures of the recently formed Junior Board of the Chester Hospital j 10 oclock tomorrow morning The 1 hop will be located at 30 West Third and will handle all kinds of enicies which can be spd to funds lo in alleviating as far possible the hospital drbl i For several days a corps of serially prominent women has been exert in every effort to make the lit tle shop as attractive a buying center as possible The results aitaincd are unusual and thc place which will mcet prospective patrons tomorrow 1 movning has been cleaned and fresh ened up until it truly gleams a wel come to all who will enter Ihose who have aided in the prep aration of the shop for ils opening side of ihe club Sunrise today was at G10 a m and A It was niaht time I sow a boat without lishts tryinc to make a land When I saw thc boat I Q Toll us what you know about Unsct will be at 525 p m Eastern this pnrticulnr occasion of your visit Standard time FORD CO IN PHILA COURT The Ford Motor Company of Detroit today was ordered by a jury In Philadelphia to pay SVOOOOO to the defunct Sweeten Automobile Distrib uting Company of Philadelphia for alleged contract violations by the Lincoln Motor Car Company which Henry Ford purchased for S8000000 in 1922 Attorneys for the Ford company said an appeal would be filed imme diately cigos new var on outlawry Morris a draft resolution which France r1 rlirr n thc electric chair threatens to introduce Monday rc it the county jail early today for thr i i murder oi Policeman Joseph Hastings the United Stsles today worked on 1 Masons in Washington lor their ciRhlcentli triennial sntlieiins paid their deserve credit for their efforts Fur Conlinued on Pace Sixteen respects to a distinguished frllowiMason when they railed at Ihe Whit House as pictured here lo visit Prcsirtrnt Ronsrvrt Head nf the crhown ihr is lohn If Cnvics irxlrcinp rijrht High Grand Commanclfr of thc Mother Lodge Louisvillo Ky Most nitui1 for the shop and furni ture to be sold has been rarefullv Continucd on Pajr Sixteen Deny Liquor Graft Trial Delay Vance and Ramsey Listed ECRANTON Oct Judsc Albert W Johnson yesterday refused to Riant a continuance of thc governments ease against 49 persons from various parts of Pennsylvania who arc charged with voiifpiracy and extortion in connection with thr nllcgcd pay ment o projection money by spenkeasy owners Counsel for George Green Serantcn city detective and for mer United States marshal and of the Peace Thomas J Regan of Olyphant asked for the continuance which was opposed by former Judge William E Fort of Birmingham Ala special prosecu tor in the case and United States District Attorney A B Dunsmore The defendants will go to trial next week Among them are Wil liam T Ramsey former mayor of Chester and Chief of Police John Vance of Chester The Weather WASHINGTON Oct eastern Pennsylvania Partly cloudy prcrcdcrt hy rain in extreme south east portion and slightly colder irj cast nnd south portions Iqnight Sat urday fair with slowly rising temper ature Western P r n rt s y 1 v a n i cloudy loninht Saturday fair rising temperature TODAYS TKJlPERVrVRKS G a m52 11 a m54 j 7 a m32 Noon 33 T m a m 10 a n m m