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Chester Times (Newspaper) - April 6, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NKT PAID CIRCTLAT10N KOR SIX MONTHS ENDING SEPTDM UHR 20,108 FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ★ With AH Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH YEAR—NO. 17.560. Dan? teamed Wtre Report* of Untied Pre(t'Pi md International New* Service 'INS' CHESTER, PA.. THURSDAY, APRIL 6, I HIW TWENTY PAGES PRICE, TWO CENTS BEER TO FLOW IN PENNA. FREE AS SENATE ADJOURNS Senator Met lure's .Motion to Amend Kills Action for This Week Hill Was Ip for Third Reading; Veto by Pin-rhot Awaited It AKRON WIDOW Vo State Control On Sale of Beer After Midnight The only control the state has over the advent of 3.2 beer tomorrow is over manufacturing and wholesale establishments through the State Alcohol Fermit Board. The board has granted permits to 27 breweries to operate. Others, the board said, will not be permitted to do business. But any mercantile establishment—drug store, poolroom, grocery store, hardware .store or ladies’ ready-to-wear shop—can sell all the beer they can dispose of tomorrow so far as the state is concerned. Drv-eyrd, but with sorrow deeply SFf HIH! DIMRX APRON’S SURVIVORS FLY TO TARIFF PROGRAM CAP1TAI FOR CRASH inquiry WITH F. I). RAS O.K. Resolution. Giving:    Presi dent Power to Conclude Pacts, Ready Submission to Congress Expected Soon; to Negotiate With Powers WASHINGTON. April 6 'UP' President Roosevelt and Secretary’ of State Hull it was learned today, have virtually completed the draft of a congressional resolution giving the administration power to conclude reciprocal tariff agreements with other powers. Submission of the draft to Congress is expected soon. The administration, when endowed with the necessary power, expects to begin negotiations with the leading commercial countries of the world to lowpr tariff walls and thus stimulate the international exchange of goods. If is Hull's view that tariffs and other trade restrictions are HARRISBURG, April 6- A strife-torn assembly adjourned the legisla- engraved upon her fate. Mrs. Robert    largely    responsible    for the deprr* Copeland, widow of the Akron's t hief    ion radio operator, is pictured at her lowering of tariffs is one of tin home in Lakehurst. N. J., still stunned objectives of the world economic by the news of the tragedy that conference This meeting, howeve made her a widow. Copeland was    will    not    consider specific ' art Af    rates one of the four puked up by the    An    attempt will    be marie    there FLOW OF BEER WILL BEGIN AT tanker Phoebus, hut he died shortly rive week today without passing a bill af(pr his rescue. to control and tax beer in Pennsylvania. Legislators thus assumed the responsibility which political foes of Governor Gifford Pinchot had hoped would be thrust upon him through eleventh-hour passage of a regulatory measure. Veto awaited the Sowers-Conner Bill if it went to the governor's desk. The bill was up for third reading and final passage in the Senate today when Senator John J. McClure. Delaware county, moved to amend it and Senator Henry L. Snyder, 'O', Lehigh, seconded the motion. Acceptance of the amdenment automatically laid the bill over until the next legislative day for final passage. McClure's amendment struck out the provisions entered by Snyder yesterday. The Lehigh senator had proposed that sale of beer be permitted in all eating establishments regardless of the existence of a bar Shortly after accepting the amendment the Senate adjourned until Monday night. Amendments driven through last night by Senator Charles Stauden-meier. Schuylkill, returned to the Sowers- Conner Bill the original plan rather, to negotiate more general agreements for the lowering of tariffs and removing of other trade restrictions. The authority which the administration will seek from Congress will enable It to make the agreements on rates to carry out the spirit of the more general conference agreement^ ANOTHER USER OF HMN SLUGS CAUGHT UNEMPLOYED ARE BEING ENROLLED EDR FOREST JOBS Roosevelt's Army of 250,-000 to (let SHOO a Day and Its Keep IO East and Cities Select Contingent; Off for ( amp Soon HEADS AKRON PROBE NAVY TO DRAG SEA ii All in Readiness to Celebrate Return of A inlier Fluid After CI Years Local Brewery and Dealers Prepared to Supply the hotel as his place of address, putting slugs in a telephone coin box. The operators. James Sprout, Jr., and Frank W. Wolf, have Information that may lead to the arrest of Demands of the Thirsty cveraI 0,h0,s- wh0 ha'p bPpn dp- I'tmdiius IU UU un my fl.auding the company by putting washers and slugs in the pay station When the clock tolls the midnight boxes. Tuesday night they made hour tonight. Canada will lose a lot ihetr first arrest here and will eon-of its attractiveness for Americans. tome until they clean up a game of Beer, mellow beer that was made petty thieves who have been making several months ago by honest-to- a practice of using slugs instead of goodness brewers, will legally begin coins. to flow.    Bosworth    was    given    an    immediate Three brave men all that remain of the 77 who were dashed Into the atlantic in the \kron disaster ire se n here at Floyd Bennett I (eld. Brooklyn. N. Y„ ji««t before hoarding a plane for Washington, IL < „ to give to the navv's hoard full arf cunts of the tragedy Left to right:    Hil liard I Deal, boatswain's mate, of Lakehurst, \ J who also survived the Shenandoah James R Bosworth who gave a local crash; Mood* E Erwin. metals*ni»h. of Memphis, Term ; and Lieutenant Commander Herbert V, Wiley, of Wheeling, Mn., second in command of the Akron. Another “cheater” was arrested I;.st night bv operators of I he Bell Telephone    Company. who found .J. HOWARD ROOP DIES IN PHUA. Cornier Hank Ercs’denf Had Long Service at laical Institution MEDIA WOMAN FOILS ATTACKER Accosted Near Her Home; Frees Self From His (.rasp Alter Struggle Brewery horses that have enjoyed a hearing before Magistrate Michael A of having county courts grant licenses 13 years’ vacation will again start to Honan and was held in $400 bail for to sell 3.2 beer and wine.    earn their oats. Trucks laden with court. He was charged with false Staudenmeier struck from the the amber brew will start rumbling pretense, measure the Democratic party plan over the highways and bv wa .vs and The telephone operators have a of ten licensing districts, with three-    shortly afterwards, hundn a who have    recently invented device whereby    his home, 5434 Germantown avrnu".    attacked by    a man from whom    she man license boards in nine of them    patiently awaited the end of the 13-    they can immediately detect when a    Philadelphia. His wife died about 18    escaped after a desperate struggle, and with the courts functioning in j year drought will begin to celebrate.    telephone user inserts other than a    months ago.    Mrs.    Ford    told police, to whom    she the tenth, Philadelphia He also    Yes. Delaware county will do its    legal coin. The investigators imme-    Mr. Roop let ired about eight yr ars    reported the    occurrence, that. lie    had wiped out the $600,000 appropriation share. Parties have been planned diately go to the pay station and ago from his banking post to devote gotten within a short dis - a nee of her J Howard Roop. for 36 \ ars. prest- When returning to her home about dent of the Delaware County National 9.30 o’clock last night, Mr*. W. Somers Bank, died last night at 8 o'clock ai Ford, of 206 Lincoln street, Media, was for this    board    system.    in hotels, speakeasies,    roadhouses nnri arrest the user. "Let’s    have    the state uniform    on    not a few homes will    be the    scene    of the license plan. Let's not have    Phil-    merriment. adelphia with one method and the    At the zero hour the whistle atop remainder of the state with an- the Chester brewery. Second and -- Palmer streets, will    shriek    out    33 REC'KLESS DRIVER COMMITTED TO .CME Continued on Last Page MRS. ADA IL MADDUX DIES IN NEW YORK Mrs. Ada P. Maddux, for many years one of the best known residents Continued on Last Page CHIMNEY ON SECOND WARD HOME AFIRE Crews and apparatus of the Good his time to his own interests and    home, which Is located in a lonely resided in Phi'ari'dphia He was an    section of Hie borough, when a white employe and officer of the bank for    man, who she described as being .54 years.    about    .5 feet    8    inches in    height,    and The former bank official was the    who she said she believed had sixth president of the bank, which in    emerged from a small woodland sec- those days was located at. Market j tion near her home, approached her Walter Evans. 38.    a Philadelphia    square He was born in Germantown,    and after uttering an insulting re- Negio, was arrested    last night    on    April 20. 1849, the son of Horatio and    mark grabbed her by the arm Chester pike, Glenolden, by Corporal Ritard Yard Roop, and attended the Mrs. Ford said she succeeded in McAsee, of the Clifton Heights    bai-    philadelphia    public schools.    freeing    herself    from his    grasp    after iai ss. State Highway    Patiol, on    the    j~jp was graduated from the Central    a struggle and ran to her home from chaige oI lockless dining aftei    lie    High School and for several years    where she telephone to tile |>olice. nu sod miming down    the patioiman    was the representative of large bust-    Patrolmen Kelley, Higgins. Butler and ...■ii tr>i n    mo.    ii    j    v-Lh an undeitakei s    wagon he    was    n'\ss enterprises in Philadelphia an    Lindsay responded and began a ■ catch of this    city    and    for    the    past    several    V Fire Company,    No. 2. were called    driving at the time.    occupation which    required    him OI mis    CIU,    ana    lot    me    past    seieiai    out in    response to a    still alarm shortly    Following his arrest,    Evans    was    travel extensive v years a resident of Rego Park. Long    before 9 o'clock this morning, to ex-    taken to the office of Magistrate    For-    on    December 12    1870. he was Island. N. Y„ died Tuesday in a bos- tinguish a chimney fire at the home ward Clark, Jr., In Glenolden, where elected to a e erkship at the Dela-pital in New York following a pro- of Joseph Deering, Thirteenth and he was sentenced to a term of 40 days ware County National Bank was protracted illness. Mrs. Maddux, was, Potter    streets,    in the county jail at Media.    mot cd to receiving teller and on Feb- the widow of Dr. Daniel    P. Maddux,    fhe    brP> caused    by a soot-clogged    The officer testified    at    the    hearing    mary IR. 1874 he was elected    cashier one of the outstanding physicians in ^UP ’n the chimney leading from an that Evans prevented him from pass* succeeding Caleb Emlen. On May 31. this city for many years, the family open fireplace on the first floor of the mg the vehicle which he was driving lRgfi he was chosen president, of the residing at Eighth and Madison lai'Rp st°np dwelling, was difficult to and when he did offer to surrender institution, succeeding to the office streets. Following the death of her reach from the street level and the the highway to permit him to pass, made vacant by the death of Elwood husband. Mrs. Maddux, with her 45-foot extension ladder carried on it was only with difficulty that the of- Tyson daughter, Miss Helen Maddux, who    thP company's service truck was    fleer avoided being struck by    the    >or    years lie    was    secretary and survives, moved to 6250 Saunders    opened to its full length in order to    vehicle driven by Evans.    treasurer of the    Chester Gas Com- street, Rego Park Long Island.    permit firemen to reach the chimney While in the magistrates office,    panv    and was one of    the executors Mrs. Maddux, before her marriage toP The work of the firemen was Evans became abusive in his lan- and trustees of the J. Lewis Crozer lo the Chester surgeon, was a cornet- directed by Assistant Fire Chief guage which aroused the ire of the estate. He was a former treasurer of Thomas    Canavan.    magistrate and hi* sentence    followed,    the board of    trustees of the    Y    M    C. —----- A and also of the    board of    trustees to of the locality for the would-be asonant. Patrolman Kelley picked up a suspect and took him to Hie home of Mrs Ford who said lie was not the man who had attempted to attack her. Mrs. ’’’Ord described the man as wearing a blue sweater and a cap She also told the police that site noticed an automobile, painted green, parked at the corner near her home, in which rDo *aid she believed he had made his getaway. CORPSE OF DROWNED MAN IS RECOVERED 1st of*"’ marked ability, one of the famous Parke sisters, cornetists, who participated in tabernacle meetings at Ocean Grove, N. J,, the camp meeting resort. It was there that Dr. Maddux, on a vacation trip, met his wife. Funeral services will be held at her late home on Friday morning after which the bodv will be shipped to this city for interment in Chester' Rural cemetery. MOTORCYCLE BEING HELD HY POLICE A warrant for the arrest of Russell Coleman, 32. Negro, of 532 Central avenue, loomed today, after he failed to appear Sn police court on charges of operating a motorcycle without first having procured a license. Several days ago. Motorcycle Officer Burns Ii.. ~'ed the motorbike was being operated on 1932 tags. He trailed the driver to a store on Concord avenue, where the machine was abandoned Burns had it sent to police station. Yesterday. Coleman appeared to claim the machine and was slated. He was released in his owm recog- Butler See.s* U.S. Criticism of Japan as Unjustified FIREMEN FAVOR SUPERVISOR PLAN Bv PAI L COMLY FRENCH 'Copyright 1933 bv Ended Pressi America has no right to criticize the Japanese for establishing a pup-pe* state in Manchuria. General Smedlry D Butler said today, when f    in    h,,„i,..    the Nipponese merely adopted the ( OHI pail ICS in I ppt i D<irb\ procedure this country followed in Panama. “Understand.’’ the retired Marine declared at his home at Newtown Square, "my .sympathies are w’ith the Chinese in their efforts to de-\ elope a real national .spirit and feeling, yet the Japanese have plenty of precedent for their activities on tile Asiatic mainland." Butler, vigorous and forceful, expressed his views on the Far Eastern situation as we talked in his den lined with momentos of a lifetime of Township Await Special Committee's Report Delegates from the four fire companies in Upper Darby, have approved a plan to place an active, firefighting chief at the head of Hie township fire department, to supervise operations at fires requiring more than one company. of th“ Y. W. C A Only this week he was re-elected a director of the J Lewis dozer Library He was a brother of A. A Roop. former executive of tin Cruz rn mills in Upland, and he was an uncle of J. Clawson Roop, director of the budget in the Hoover administration Funeral arrangements have not b®en completed SEES ADJOURNMENT OF LEGISLATURE HARRISBURG, Ta April 6 -'UPI - Prospect.' of imminent ad ouin-ment of the State Legislature were voiced today on the floor of (he House* by Rep Blumb Philade phia. floor Vare force*! “It looks adjourn at rot more Bl umber.: * leader of the William 8 be able it n ban The body of a drowning victim, believed lei be* Frost McClinterck. who fell into 'he Delaware river from the dredge Roselle, March 8. was found yesterday wedged between rot ks on the Jersey side of the Chester-Brldgeport ferry, Four boys from this city, who were rowing on the river, saw the body and notified New Jersey police The point where the body wa found is about six miles from where McClin-•oek fell overboard, the dredge being anchored near Hog Island at, the time. I\ M. U. $75,ODD HILL ADVANCES IN SENATE HARRISBURG, Pa April 6 <UP» The $75,900 appropriation bill to establish scholarships at the Pennsylvania Military College was advanced to third reading in the Senate today. Senator McClure, Delaware, sponsored the bill WASHINGTON. Apili 6 'UP' -The vanguard of President Roosevelt's army of 250.000 unemployed was being enrolled today to work in the forests for $1 a day and their keep Labor Department, representatives in 16 cities of the cast and middle west were selecting the first contingent of 25.000 It is hoped to have some of them headed for conditioning camps by nightfall. The first recruits were unmarried men between 18 and 25, with dependents Robert Recliner, director of conservation relict work, explained that the first 25,000 were being enrolled in largo cities because Labor Department representatives there already had obtained names ol needy cases from relief agencies The recruits will take an oath to remain in the conservation corps for .-ax months, unless released earlier, and to obey all regulations on penalty of dismissal. The recruit* will la* sent at once to regular U. 8 Army camps near their home cities, There will be about 1.500 work camps, with between IOO and 200 men assigned to each. The fori est service last night announced the location of the first 38 camps. Including three al the Allegheny National Forest, Pennsylvania Fechner hopes to have the entire force of 250,000 on the job in six weeks. A small army of 5,000 men and boys from Hie Philadelphia district today were ready to join the civilian conservation corps for work in the forests although welfare agencies their were still uninstructed on i methods for recruiting the workers A number of Chester residents were among the applicants. "We are as much in the dark as any one " said Richard Neustadt, director of the office of the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry at Fifteenth and Cherry st reels. He said the office probably would be designated lo receive applications,-from the Philadelphia district. Although the district’s quota is 3.000, al least 2,000 more applicants have filed their requests for jobs in the forests, it was reported KAIN I’KKDIC'TKI) FOK ARF,A TODAY Rain is predicted in Eastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland. Ti will be colder tomorrow’, and rain is probable. I iir highest temperature here yesterday was 63 degrees at 3 p. rn., and tli<’ lowest w,.*, 44. at 5 a iii I he average of 54 was six degrees above both normal for the date and j the average Apili ft last yeas Maximum temperature for the date us 80 established in 1928, and minimum 22 ill 1881 Sunrise today was at 5 37 a rn,; and sunset wull be at 6 30 p. rn , Eastern standard time. ID ISKI LAL MTPOI*l< I A I ION Appropi nit ion bills to aid hospitals and welfare homes in Pennsylvania today began to appear on legislative calendars at Harrisburg Both Hi** Senate and the House Appropriations Committee:    pi epa red to report all state - aided welfare institutional measure* in their hands Among the hill* already reported Is that of Chester Hospital, $66,000 M AR IM AGE AN NO I IN! FII PARIS, April 6    (UP)- Regis Henri Post, former governor of Puerto Rico, was married today to Madame Denys De Engarde. AIRSHIP AKRON Ships Are Ordered to Scene of Wreck With Diving: Apparatus Naval Hoard \ppointed for Probe; Congress to Investigate Representative John I Delaney, of New Yolk, who is chairman of the House Sub committee on \eronau-ths, which is making a thorough investigation into Hie Akron disaster. tin* three survivors of the dirigible crash were flown to Washington from New I ink to textile at the first session of tile inquiry. FARMER ANI) SON ARE STABBED BY IWO TRESPASSERS hind Fragments of Akron Wreckage 50 Miles Distant WASHINGTON. April 6 -UNS) - First fragments of the ill-fated iiriglble Akron, which crashed ‘arlv Tuesday, with the loss of 73 Ives, were found today 50 miles southeast of the crash position, by lestroyers accompanying the navy : miser Portland, the Navy Department reported today. These fragments will i>e assembled at Lakehurst by Commander James L. Fisher and will be presented as exhibits to the Naval Board of Inquiry ordered to sit on Monday. The first object, believed to have been a part of the Akron, was a 22-pound aluminum gasoline tank. empty, and bearing a serial number, It was discovered by the navy destroyer Bernadou. After receiving the Portland’s message, the aeronautics division of the navy said the tank "undoubtedly is one from the Akron”. Condition of Aaron Hunter, (77, of Chester Township, (’oiisidered Serious Assailants Elude Capture by Details of State, City and County Police Attacked by two men when he I ordered them off his farm on the Concord road, yesterday afternoon, Aaron E Hunter, 65. Chester township farmer, was stubbed in the tin .t and lr. said to lie til a critical condition in the Chester Hospital. His soil, Ernest, 18. who went to his father's aid when he saw him quart (‘ling with the men, wags also attacked and stabbed ill the hands and arms. Stall troopers front tile Media barracks aud county detectives today were continuing the hunt for the pail who fieri from the farm after the attack. A description of the men was furnished by farmhand* >n an adjoining farm, who witnessed Hie attack, but who feared to go to the aid of the Hunters Police say the men they are hunting are of latin extraction. They wert gathering dandelion blossoms on the farm when first seen by Minuet The farmer does not permit trespa sing on his lands and so Continued on Last Lago (HESTER RUNAWAYS HALTED IN MARYLAND Two local .school boys who yesterday started on an uncharted cruise of Hie continent, had their trip abruptly ended at Federalsburg, Md , when their nervous act ions attracted the attention of a .state policeman. The boy* gave their names as Frank Lehisehak, 17. of 2912 West Third street, and John Bssozoski, 18. of Fifth and Wilson streets They admitted they ran away from home and wen heading south. Parent* of the boys wire notified and left this morning to ret urn them to this city. MMM VI I ll \S SUSPECT SCRANTON. Pa, April 6 (UP) — <    .18,    of Passaic. N. J.. was ani od here today as a suspect in an $1800 robbery at Passaic last March 13. WASHINGTON, April fi (UP) — Tile navy redoubled efforts today to find wreckage of the Akron while President Roosevelt arranged to hear from tim dirigible’s three survivors Hie story of ifs crash at sea with a loss of 73 lives. Mr. Roosevelt this morning received the survivors at the White House. I hey are Lieut. Comdr. Herbert. V. Wiley, Boatswain's Mate Richard E Deal mid Metnl.smith M E. Erwin. The three also were drafting a formal written report for Secretary of Navy Swanson. Admiral William V. Pratt, after talking with the survivors, ordered more ships and more airplanes to lake up (he hunt for wreckage. Among the additional vessels proceeding to the scene of the crash off the Jersey coast was Hie submarine salvage ship Falcon, equipped with diving apparatus and facilities for dragging the ocean bottom Admiral Pratt radioed Capt. H E. Leary, of the U. S. S. Portland, in charge of the search, tHat ’information from Akron survivors indicate* -strong probability that the hull is on the bottom ' of the sea off Barnegat, Continued on Last Page YOUNK WOMAN, KOY INJUKF.I) KY AUTOS A young woman and a mall boy were injured in two automobile accidents in Hie western .section of th* city last evening They were Miss Gertrude Sell. 19. of 519 Kerlin street, who was treated at Hie Chester Hospital for lacerations of the face, and Henry Griffis. 8, of 3430 West Third street, who was admitted to the same hospital to receive treatment for lacerations of the face and a compound fracture of Hie I right ankle. Miss Sell sustained her injuries when, while a passenger in an automobile driven by Dorothy Cook, of 200 Second street, Essington, she was showered with splintered glass when Miss Cook s ear crashed into the rear of one driven by Dominick Yokes, of 616 Morton avenue. This accident hnppenricd at Fourth street and Central avenue The Griffis boy was felled near his home by an automobile driven bv Joseph Definer, 617 West Third ; street. Definer told police the boy ran from Hie side of the roadway into Ills car. After Definer removed the boy to the hospital lie reported the accident to police. He will be arraigned for a hearing in police court on Thursday, April 27, Akron Survivors Tell Crash to F.I). Person Topics of Times committee has been    appointed    service in the United States    Marine mzajjce    to    appear    for    a    hearing    this    to select the chief, and will submit    Corp morning,    but    failed    to    do    so.    The    a report within two weeks.    The com- “When we derided to construct the muter consists of Thomas    McIntyre,    Panama Canal." he said, u*    needed    Trarlimr    Puhlir    Scon    Talc. Highland Park William J    Hutchin-    r^nr^.i    ,\A    I    rail ink    limit    „    (I n    I    ah- COMMODITIES REPORTED LL S. IHT NEW HIGHS CODEROOM FOUND hike is still impounded and will not be released until the case is settled NAVY YARDS WORK ON 5',-DAY OASIS WASHINGTON Secretary of Nav ordered all navy stations to start April 6- UP-y Swanson today vards and shore work immediately on a five-and-one-half dav basks FII ES si II FOR DI YORI I political guarantees regarding the Highland    Park    William Leigh-    land across the narrow isthmus Co- Upper    Darby;    James    W Pendle.    jombia    unwilling to agree to our terms Then. so official documents state the inhabitants of the Colombian province of Panama felt the same urge of patriotism which the Japanese attribute to the Manchurians. When they declared their independence and established a n»w ton. lardington, and Howard Hum mell Garrettford-Drrxel Hill. The appointments were made by T C. Beswick, retired chief of the Upper Darby company, who presided at the delegates' meeting in the absence of George T. Wadas, the president The decision to install a chief to supervise the four companies, was Divorce proceeding started at Media bv M Papl, 21, of 1000 Mane citv, against Humbert 1127 White street, this c .she was married at Che in December. 1930 Cri dignities ere charged. ruary, 1932, according men? filed by Attorn' {Loom. made after the Philadelphia Suburban nation our authorities took just ten Lire^ Underwriters Association >ndi- da,,s t0 recognize their independence ink    New    Ini crest These Markets NEW YORK, April 6 Commodities smashed into iv w points for the season, or belt' day as the general trading became more and more lnterc these markets. Wheat advanced through 6< in Maintained From ( lose of War as Reported in Expert's Hook Ap INS) ti public 'ted in -code room was State Departed the war until mfidential mes- ha\e been rated the necessity for such an office And it seems strange, but we found * bushel in Chicago Cot Ann Collins if the underwriters were to proceed k siree; this with a survey that is intended to Papi 25 of establish a uniform fire insurance ny, to whom rn' * over the enure township. Heretofore, carh company has acted independent of the other, with the chief of the company first on the scene of the fire ri-c d 'i woe her or not aid from additional companies was necessary. iwn. Md.. and m- Louis A them ready and willing to agree with Continued on Last Page I > IRF ASURY BALANCE WASHINGTON April 6    <IN8* T.e :j\ balance flu of Aprl! 4    $165    - 9?’ '67 “5 expenditure- $10 267,381 38, customs receipt.* 12,351 102.34 and sugar climbed York And through all there came increased evil public A interest in the exchanges Chicago re] mall lot trading indies :nv lo s turning into t of trad*. On® ad vie® sa - the Wa Continued on Laxt Page WASHINGTON, The new adman* covered that a sup maintained by th mr t from the clos< 1929 to decipher Ages of foreign governments. Charges that this practice existed were made in a book published in 1931 by the State Department under the Republican regime never admitted it. ged that the success n delegation at tile irmament conference ability to read the exchanged between < ontinued on Last I ’agr WASHINGTON April 6 'UP) The th)ee survivors of the disaster were received by President Roosevelt today a* the Navy Department altered earlier plans and designated Real Admiral Henry V Butler as president of the Court of Inquiry which will investigate the tragedy next week Buller, commandant of the Wa h-ington Navy Yard will replace Hear Admiral W. W. Phelps, commandant of the New York Naval District. Phelps is ill and will be unable lo be present a? tin* inquiry All work ceased at Hie White flouse as tim survivors Lieutenant Commander Herbert V. Wiley, Boatswain ? Mate Richard E Deal and MetaJsmiUi M E Erwin walked through the lobby of the executive offices to keep their appointment with the Pr» idem Wiley had changed from the soiled and crumpled khaki uniform in which he arrived from New York yesterday He was attired m trim Navy blues with the insignia of hi rank gleaming in gold from shoulder and I ontinued on Last Page WOMAN’S St KRAMS FOH, INTR! DEK Awakened by a nor. floei rear bedroom of today, Mrs Ruth Oor cock street, heard a b around the room. The woman raised in the second ‘r home early >n, 1313 Han-glar prowling window and D’AMATO SLAVING REMAINS MYSTERY Inquest Conducted by ( (ironer Yesterday; Open \ crdict Returned Tin* gang killing of Pasqual]? Pa!’ V D Amato, Monday a week ago, will probably go down in the annals of local police history as an unsolved murder mystery, A' an inquest conducted yesterday afternoon a1 White's funeral parlor,**, Third and Norris •ireet the jury reported to Coroner J. E Sc hee hie that D Amato died of gun hot wounds inflicted bv person or persons unknown murder. It »ii*- revealed by Arthur D Amato, youngest son of the slain beer baron, t hat Pa my had once been threatened bv a secret society. Under cross examination by Coroner Sebec hic. the boy would make no further revelation* concerning the death of his father The Black Hand threats had been made about 12 years ago Local Rotarians have heard so ;much about railroad and truck transportation that they w’lsh that each will reach the terminal somp of these days. And while planning that summer trip these davs, always remember it is followed by a fall, no matter whether you go by truck or railroad. A speaker here warned against too many haircuts. We thought most of us got trimmed too often in 1932. Which reminds that many a man who claims he never got any of the breaks is broke, Just the same. A physician is now allowed to pro-1 tribe as much whisky as ive wants to. No doubt some of his wet clientele will be affected with chronic colds. Beer dealers say they cannot fill all the orders they have for tomorrow. So, chances are they wont be able to fill all their customers. The Chester Brewery will sound their w’hisile 13 times at midnight tonight. So it can t be such an unlucky number, at that. That expedition that flew over ML Kverset. only warned to .show’ what man can do when he is up tn the air. They sav that opportunity only knocks once. Wont neighborhood .scandal spreaders please clip tins out"* amy •tim D Amato, eldest son of could offer no informa- idiculed the Black Hand The Weather WASHINGTON. April 6—Weather id ’ (ted that his forecast—Eastern Pennsylvania: Rain " * il in any ques- t,mjeht: Friday fair; cooler tonight The book Alin >dcd rn screamed leu help, lier cries bebog tionable transactions with any raek- and Friday, heard bv ne; tghbors, who summoned €*t(*Ul police Pair olinen Martin Winfree her witness? . testified. They j I OD A Y ’N I I MI ERA 11 KES and 5»un sp 'ceded to the place and W€TCU All gelo Ma.un and Albert Gatta, I found the wa >man on the verge of b first on the scene of the 6 a. rn. , 58 hysterics. Si he described the in- nd the ones to assist Arthur, 7 a rn. 39 (ruder, who juin peri from a window D Amato to take the victim to the 8 a. rn. ,,,. 60 I p. m...... sa and escaped. Nothing of value was , ,—-- , . | 9 a. rn. ... 32 2 p. ....... 58 taken. Continued on Last rage IO a, rn. ... ;