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Chester Times (Newspaper) - June 3, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NKT PAID ( HUT LAI ION I »K TH KL\ I I IM .IS, KSDIX. DUCE>1 BER 31. 19.12 20,328 FjNAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day 5TTH YEAR—NO. 17.610. Dally Letted Wire Report, and Intrinational Nr if United Pre** v srrx:    .INS iUP( ('HESTER. PA,. SATURDAY. JUNE 3. 1033 EIGHTEEN PAGES MORGAN OWNS 25 ON world flight p0PE DEPLORES PINCHOT VETOES SPAIN’S NEW LAW MCCLURE’S P.S.C. ON EDUCATION OIL BLAST TRAGEDY IN CALIFORNIA PX. INTEREST iN RANKING FIRM Millionaire’s Share, Ding Guarded, Revealed in Data at Senate Hearing Deleted From Public Report: Row Halts Hearing Over Tax Quizzing WASHINGTON June 3 — 'Copyright, 1933. by United Press'—J. Pier -pent Morgan, one of 20 members of the banking partnership which bears his name, was revealed today to the INQUIRY RILL «Ck Issues Encyclical (ailing Resumption of Hearing* Catholics to I nitial De- Halted: Governor Says fence of Faith Probe Is Insincere Ruling Excludes Church’s Asserts SKM).OOO Asked reachers and National- Would Be ‘Squandering iz?s Property    Public    Money' in the pm i bill •ath TI United Press as the 25 per cent, interns profits. Morgan's share In ti his responsibility for Morgan Ar Co. have Wall street's most cl stcrflii. Three years after the elder Morgan the nev was organized in 1916. Morgan put up 50 p r capital in the new* fun signed a 23 per cent. earnings, the United Press a formed. The figure has flu slightly from time to time This Information was Thursday when the articles partnership were made public Senate Committee in chaige investigation of Morgan A* C of a firm's s and imong larded the tnership younger cent. of the He was as-harc of the vas in-ctuated deleted of co* by the of the > But Avian Texas. I transatl 50 mini! year th; Plane Century year’s I the uncensored allocation of interest among the 20 partners was available to Senators. All other allocations of interest were under 20 per cent., the United Press was informed. Some of them are said to be as low as I per cent. There are 20 partners. Data on the division of profits was suppressed by the Senate Committer' after long argument by John W Davis, Morgan counsel. Less urgent pleas were made for suppression of other information, but in general the committee refused to withhold facts. Lists of men to whom Morgan A: Co. sold stocks at less than market prices revealed an endless series of big names. Men now in high public office, including Secretary of Treasury Wooden. Supreme Court Justice Roberts, Senator McAdoo, Dem Calif., and Harvey Couch, director of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation. have been revealed as recipients of Morgan A: Co. favors. Frank W. Stearns, confidante of Calvin Coolidge during the latter* Presidential years, was on a long list of individuals who borrowed from 0 Continued on Page Lie vin NO HE',KH PERMITS FOR FIRE COM PA NI ES Licenses to sell beer are still being handed out at the office of County Treasurer William Dickei, in the courthouse at Media Yesterday, however, the work of the treasurer and his assistants lightened considerably. although the number of licenses issued has mounted to about 500. Licenses have been refused on the applications of several volunteer fire companies of the county. Treasurer Dickei said Assistant District Attorney C. William Krait. Jr.. who has P*** bog JAMIS MAT I KUN MATTERN STARTS ON SOLO FLIGHT ROUND THE WORLD Transatlantic Speed Record Holder Leaves N. Y. on I.I.AO I-.Mile Trip Seen Most Difficult Ever Essayed; Takes Berlin-Moscow Route ROMF. June 3 TP XI today issued an encl tis.-im! nobis " protest un new Spanish laws for Roman Catholic Churr * Pope Pius relict! "dilec-2 against the bidding ‘the h to engage ry and tech-propcrty. ill Spaniards r aspirations he faith ' law* as a >pc protested paying taxes HARRISBURG. Pa - Veto of its $100,000 and of authori?4»tk halted today plans o! Senate Committee to inuvJ n    leg Isla t lot the McClun resume heat in teaching, or in indus nically nationalizing it* Tile Pope called on to subordinate all oth< to a united defense of Condemning the ne* "grievous error " the P against the necessity of on church property Strongly protesting the "antichurch* measures of the Spanish government, the Pope -aid The crowning injury to the church was that while it was allowed the use of its properties only for the purpose of public worship, it was "forced to pay a tax for such use of that which was taken from her by force." so that it might be impossible to fulfill the precious uses of its offices. "A blow has been struck not merely at religious people, but at all Spanish people ’ continued the Pope, J making impossible those great mgs on June 13 in its invest mat I of the Public Service Commission Governor Pinohot's \eto ne. < on the McClure bill providing for t inquiry reflected his quarrel with I Clyde L. King. commission chairnn and the Senates opposition to exec live effort to discharge King The Governor 'said he was co vineed the committee had no I tendon to conduct a real invi.tig tion." and any expenditure of fun by the group would be squander!! public money, He claimed every member of t investigating body had supported Senate resolution which advocate I LIGHT I AI TS lr—James Mattern. 29, of loldor with Bennett Griffin of antic speed record of IO hours tex in a world flight trial last it ended in a Russian bog Lockheed Vega monoplane of Progress, in which last light was made. 600 horse- w rks of ward the bern amo the rdig Spain, * The Pot ration for interests. charity and liberality to-poor winch always have Ag the proudest glories of lous orders of Catholic e recommended an organ!-the protection of Catholic delay in acting on exec ments to the commis.' inquiry into the rcgu had been completed. "That resolution waj a sham. It la well kilo are no charges pending aga Of my appointees to the col and that the investigation h mg to do with the confirm »pp non un a frau n that again; ^    muPz    .    -    ,—    r. .    ^    ’    ll Protected against the intense heat bv steel shields, firemen «*ear» h for bollies of victims of the terrific explosion in a gasoline distiller* of lite fin btu Iii plant, iii t tit signal Hill oil fields near I orig Beat ti. (al. yesterday. Polit e estimated thai at least 20 persons wert* hilled by t lie blast and fire w fib Ii followed. I lie signal Hill fields are among the world s richest producing fields. d an tin it ail re power motor. No radio Route Berlin, Moscow, Yakutsk, Edmonton. Chicago, New York Object- First solo world flight. Present record (two men)-8 days 15 hours. Distance—15.561 miles. PARIS. June 3 —<INS>~ A cablegram from James Mattern. American aviator, requesting supplies and accommodations for a few* hours’ rest was received at la* Bourget airfield today a short while after arrival of news he had started on his round-the-world flight The cable did not say definitely Mattern would land at Le Bourgri but indicated this stop as a strong possibility. MADRID. June 3- UP' An open fight existed between the Roman Catholic Church and the Spanish Republican state today on the troubled educational problem. To a state decree forbidding religious orders to engage in teaching, , the Spanish Episcopate retorted with a reminder that Catholics may not, without Bpt children to lay schools under penalty of excommunication. In their angrily-worded ban on the State school.”,, the Episcopate said: "Only by odious tyranny can the State impose limitations on the church's educational (unction " News of the fight will be sent to Pop" Pius at Rome today. Catholics are awaiting any possible word from f nut min d on Pate I lev en DEWEY M ANN SC HOOL COMMENCEMENT Tile Dewey-Hor aer Mann commencement exercises will be held in the SmcdJey Junior High adiocl auditorium, Tuesday nigh* Junn 20, this announcement being made following a meeting of ihf Parent- re lect ion of the com rn is 1 mg under appointments the Governor said, "Nothing ran be expel committee which wool by sulMNcrtbing to a fal mg its work " The Senate s Invest commission began in following Pinehot charges against the Ainey, then commis.* Senator William Rial. onei fro: imissb is not it ion n nu booted from a i stultify itself ehood respect- ‘BILEY’ MULDOON EXPIRES AT 88 ‘Grand Old Man’ of fluxing Trained Many Champions After Sullivan PUBLISHER DYING gat ion of the August. 1932 s sensational late W. D. B. ion chairman West moi eland. NKW YORK im Mi i he June 3 'UP' Wil->n, famous conditioner of prominent men, died to-Miburban nome to which been advising Mr. Dickei on point the state boer law. concluded that charters of fire companies did not bring them within the scope of .social clubs, to which licenses may be issued. It is the intention of firemen In several localities, it us said, to organize social auxiliaries, which may ob -ain licenses and make possible the sale of beer to members. PRINCE WILHELM WEDS COMMONER BONN Germany. June 3 INS-A Hohenzollern tradition of centuries’ standing went crashing today when Prince Wilhelm of Prussia surrendered his imperial prerogatives by marrying Fraulein Dorothea Von Salvia ti. a commoner and his sweetheart for many years The couple was united in a double ceremony. A civil marriage at the hustoric City Hall was followed by religious nuptials at the altar of the ancient Schlosskirchc this afternoon. Simply attired for the civil marriage. the bride blossomed forth in a beautiful wedding gown of white crepe satin with a chiffon trail for the church ceremony She carried a ouquet of white rases. There were no attendants at the church marriage. FLOYD BENNETT AIRPORT. New York. June 3—(UP- -James Ma.tern transatlantic speed record holder and Oklahoma colonel, took off in his atr-plane Century of Progress at 5 21 a rn. E. D. T., today on a solo flight round the world. Mattern is a Texan, curly haired and confident. His plane is the one hi which he and Bennett Griffin, trying a world flight a year ago, crashed in a Russian with the school principal A H : Showalter. One hundred and ten pupils a e in the graduating class, th" largest number of graduates in til" history of j the school Th? highest previous total was m 1931. when 97 were in th? class. Last year there weie f>4 v ho rereived diplomas. The enrollment this year in inc Seventh and Eighth gruel*s wa, 422, almost double the numb r in 1923. when there were 216 The graduates of Dewey-Mann are making preparations for tneir - xer-cises, the program bein? develofK'd und?r the guidance of Hie teacher.-, in charge of music, elocution and rhetoric. According to Mr, Show,'liter. it will be one of the ( nest commencement exercises in the history of the school. METHODISTS HONOR I! I" KU ESS MOORE Benjamin F Moore, burgess of Prospect Park and a local preacher headed the first committee, which was given llOOOpo for its work A court injunction declared the approval permission, send their {’Hatton Illegal after alxait $53 000 had been spent in counsel fees, account -anis’ services and other expenses Of the money spent, only $10,000 had been paid out and the remainder is due. Hie inquiry lapsed until it was reorganized during the 1933 session with Senator John J McClure, of Delaware county, as chairman Resignation of O K Eaton. Pittsburgh. as counsel, interrupted the work Franklin S Edmonds. Philadelphia. was made counsel and was prepared to resume hearings on June 13, Meantime, ftemior McClure had introduced the bill authorizing continuance of the investigation and providing $100,000, part of which was intended for the past expenditure The executive veto of the McClure measure left the committee without the means of reimbursing Eaton, Ed-1 mends and others for their services. ' Committee reaction to the Pint hot veto was not obtainable immediately. lie had ret it id reluctantly when the ravages of old age finally undermined his great physique. Muldoon pa ned his eighty-eight Ii birthday in a semi stupor last Mav 25 and ainee that time he had been conscious for only a few hours at a time. The big house where he died Is a part of the widely known Muldoon Health Farm at near White Plains in Westchester county. In rc-cent months he had lived quietly; there with few clients visiting his gymnasium As he slipped into a decline the oner independent grand old man of boxing relied more and more upon the services of Miss Margaret Farrell,! adopted as a daughter She served as a prao Teachera* Association committee nor were there any plans for meeting the expenses incurred to t.hq jaunt of the veto. You never know where you'll land, but I rn shooting for Berlin." Mattern told a friend just before he got in the plane. He was expected to skirt the Newfoundland roast and fly over northern Ireland Ireland, England and France were possible alternative landing points Flying fields of all three nations will be ready tor him. Mattern's flight today is perhaps lh? most difficult ever essayed Hts ionic is B rim. Moscow. Yakutsk, Siberia. Edmonton, Canada, Chicago I out inned on Page I Ie*, rn JI NE GRAND JURY ASSEMBLES MONDAY The June Grand Jury will assemble at Media next Monday, ready to consider the indictments prepared by District Attorney William J Mac-Carter, Jr., and his assistants. The list of cases for the Grand Jury is considerably lighter than it in the Methodist Episcopal "Church whom he hi two years ai ileal nurse Famous visitors came away from Muldoon A home with tales of his amazing determination to keep voting But won the approach of warmei weather he suflered more and more front fatigue On hts birthday last month he was said to have suflered a sinking sjteii because of the humidity. "Iron Duke," thev called him. th? benevolent despot of aport. He had Continued on Page Eleven 7 DEAD, ....... LOSS, IN BLAST Eire Follows; Blackens IO Blocks of Signal Hill, Long Brach, ( al. ic A archt md fire r wa wert rted BU ACH. Cl king, bisti et t ion of 8 rids riche I lie PRICE, TWO CENTS I). HARVEY SYKES REFUSED PAROLE; IN JAIL RUM PLOT Judge MacDade Charges Former Constable Tried to Make Liquor in Prison Constant Misbehavior Has Injured Chances of Having Sentence lessened j In refusing a parole to D. Harvey Sykes, former constable of the Fourth I Ward, this city. Judge Albert Dutton MacDade charges Sykes with serious misbehavior while in prison. The former constable even tried to manufacture "bootleg" liquor in prison, th# I Jurist charges. Sykes is "callous" and "totally in-I Different" to the findings of the jury, ; Judge MacDade declares. He lr described as "the master-mind and lingleader of a band of roving ! grafters." referring to four other con-j .stables and three other defendants I who were convicted in the “graft trials" of January, 1931. "All except William Falls, the arch conspirator of Sykes, have been liberated because of the fulfillment of their sentences, or because of paroles justified under the clrcumat acnes.’* tales Judge Ma ('Dad c's opinion. Falls' sentence was for five years, arith $2000 in fines arid costs. Sykes Wits sentenced to six years, with fines aggregating $2100, plus costs. Sometime ago parole was refused Falls. "This man, together with Falls, was engaged in a conspiracy to cheat and defraud, by promises to procur* protection from prosecution for violation of liquor laws, etc," reads tho opinion. “We said 'in an opinion refusing new trials' that the Appellate Court would Ire eliminated as to th a Continued on Page I levi n CONTRACTOR DENIES LABOR ( HARRES A .spokesman for Peter Mazzoni, West New York, N. J., contractor engaged in constructing a road at Glen Mills, today declared there had been a misunderstanding regarding tho  employment of local men on the job, arid o'me" Officials Mazzoni s contract calls for the hiring lif. June 3 -UP' enrd ten blocks imul Hill. one of >t oil fields, was dies today toll of th turned the < de yesterday, dead stood al iii more than 12 j sin total death authori-ex plosion trict into •veil •rson Hie injured 1 whom were exjm Property damage w cess of $1,000,000 and sonif set ii as high as $2 500 000 might of 4 tiled 40, most ted to recover, e was placed in rx-estimates Th* field. home! irt I TWO GORDON AIDES MEET VIOLENT ENDS ('KOZER GRADUATES HERE KOR REUNION NKW YORK June 3 (UP* -Waxey Gordon, interstate beer racketeer, retired to discreet obscurity today ax two of his lieutenants met sudden and violent death in another outburst of the moat deadly beer war in several years. Gordon was released from Jail on income tax charges in $75,000 bail yesterday. A few hours later pollee found the mutilated body of Abe Durst, one of his b<*er "pushers," pushed into Hie bark of an automo bile in the Bionx and soon afterward cod groups beneath the old ti* Many graduates of dozer Theological Seminary, have already put iii an appearance on til** Seminary campus, in anticipation of til** beginning of Hie commencement sea*on exercises tomorrow morning in the Upland Baptist Church. The members of the Alumni arr renewing old friendships and today could be seen strolling about In pairs on I vrus ii K ( urn*. unled publisher, who is gravely ill al bis estate at Wyncote, near Philadelphia Air ( ur- tis Is KT and has been irt tailing health fur .several years. FEDERAL DHOBI'] CAUSES WORRIES Slating of Rats I I)’Amato Said to Hp Linked to In-\ psi Ration tiler figure included damage * of home*, adjacent to the him* were demolished The were cared for by approprla-» OOO from the Red Crow* auto aid victims of the major ie that sh*xtk till* section (ch IO, ju?! 12 weeks ago he blast, followed immediately bv . lame in the middle of a quiet •moon, while Kignal Hill was pour-out lbs daily quota of oil. few second* before 2pm there a slight detonation at the absorp- of local labor and it lias been charged bv an official that Mazzoni was securing New Jersey help to the exclusion of local needy men. Mazzoni, through hi* apoke.sman, slated lie was privileged to secure skilled help from New Jersey but wa* securing laboring men from the rank* of the local unemployed, through the office of the Chester relief offices, Mazzoni wa* charged with finding excuses for chacha! g mg local resident*, and giving their Job* to Italians from New Jersey. Th I* he denies, FAIR AND WARMER WEATHER PREDICTED Fair and warmer la the prediction — | today in Eastern Pennsylvania, New Continued on Page Eleven    Delaware and Maryland. It will be fair tomorrow also. The highest temperature here yesterday was 75 degrees, at 6 15 p. rn., and the lowest was 55, at 5 30 a. rn. The average of 85 was three degree* below normal for the date and nine degrees below the average June J i vi.stoii of the* Anierl- I J1?*1 y,r‘!r'    tempf-raUire for armed here vrMrr- "V*.    ^    1925* 1 and minimum, 46, in 1907. Sunrise today was at 5 33 a rn . and sunset will be at 8 25 p. rn., F.axtern daylight saving time. LAST OF THE EH EE GOY EHNMENT FLOUR The government'* last contribution f free flour, which will la- distributed nder tile xuj iii Red Cm ny and is I line gray Ch gum i. on Passaic, N J, police reported Hie machine gunning of Charles "Duke" the campus, visiting tile old building) and well remembered places and call- Brady, a minor member of the mob mg on their friends in Hie present in New Jersey SPEEDS NEARLY 8 MILES HER MLN. FINES ARE IMPOSED ON STREET FIGHTERS has been for several terms. Although three week* have been set aside for Criminal Court trials, starting Monday June 12, it tx predicted that the work will be concluded in two weeks. Of outstanding local interest among cases to be presented to the June Grand Jury is that of W. Nelson Truax. former banker of Chester, who is charged with fraudulent conver- ROMF. June .1 Wan .int Uffe -r of that borough was honored by be. Francesco Ac* Ho wa: reported to have !»n.8 1    p,r.\ bu0? V1? Laymens unofficially broken his own world rec- A.-socia ion of the Philadelphia Gen- orcj ^y averaging a - |>c?d of 440 mil*’ p r u ! f’finf /»r r* n r*#> a f t K #•* Xlat I* ^ /-I, *    ,,    , an hour in a practice flight over Lake student body and the faculty Plans are being made bv the graduates for the individual ria* reunions to be held Monday afternoon in places to be chosen bv the members of each class The reunions will be at 2 p rn and the classes scheduled to participate are R3. 88, 93, 98, '03. 'OR, '13, '18, ’23, '28 eral Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, at a meeting of the association held Thursday in the Y M C A Auditorium in Coatesville More than one thousand men and women attended the gathering Mr Moore, son of one of the found- Hunk of 426 mil Leon Wright, (OI SHRIEK superintendent of aion, embezzlement and making false crs of the Borough of Prospect Park, forth in 1931 DISC 'OYER Os rd a A g el lo set an hour in his "Red Bullet" plane on Collingdale postal station, yesterday April IO Tho v. 20 mile: an hour detected a bogus ten dollar toil which faster than the former record set by made its way to tile local postal sta- out warning, his lip tile Bntish Lieutenant O H Blan- tion after it had passed through ever a voice from tic of Patsy ll Ama premier beer baron, v ceremoniously killed bv Third and Kerlin siree! 27, has been linked with the t investigation of vin m j>* county. When tile Federal Grand Jut Riders indictments on Jun* 12, secret investigation which ha conducted in this city and throi the county for the past 12 in it is said that D'Amato, althoug a memory locally, will play a j nent part despite in* aben* A story, issued from a r source close to the Federal Inv* tois, yesterday, was to the efTe* D'Amato was dickering with ti vestigator*. with immunity the for information he was giving His contacts with tile Federal are said to have leaked out and. were sea Ie ten nil now stored at the bonded warehouse of Rodgers A Albany W;u* housing Co , Inc., Fourth sit eel and Melrose avenue, I ii*' final consignment, consisting of 10 800 generous sized bags. is tieing stored gratis by the warehousing company, winch has eared for these shipment* throughout tin* winter and tiring Thousands of destitute families have derived benefit from this distribution and official* are sorrowful to see the end in sight. I) MES FOR SC HOOL < LOSING EXERCISES I opicsof J imes "Beer sold legally for first tim* in Media." reads a Times headline. Knowing tile borough as we do. wa are glad the word "legally" was injected. Dr David A Ward, superintendent tile coy school district ha* ad-• d the high school and grammar bool authorities of the following liedula for their school commence- men Ti He was arrested on April is at liberty under $10,000 entries 25 and __ bail. Charged with street, fighting William Jackson. 42. and James Butler, 25, both Negroes, of Market street near Mary street, were fined $5 and costs each in police court today. Both were arrested by Patrolman Stattcr Two other Negroes, who gave their names a sterling Martin. 23 and Institutions in County and Alleged Had is president of the Chester Pike Bur. gestes’ Association and a leader in civic affairs in his home town GOVERNOR SIGNS MOTORIST FACES HOSPITAL BILLS SERIOUS ( HARGES Conrad Tippms. 28 of Montclair N. J., arrested in the vicinity of Second and Market streets, at 2 a rn. today, were held for questioning. City Appropriation^ Arc Specified Drunken Driver No Licenses; Car Tags Had Been Changed several hands in the borough. Th? Agello, who is 30 is preparing to bill. Wright .aid, wax a iXKir miUa-makr an official attempt shortly in lion of the genuine article, being Hie "Red Bullet ’’    printed    Instead of engraved. Real ^Squatters Colony” On West End River Front Identity of iii** men who I while D Amato was standup ny, June 20 Dewey Grammar hoot, at the Hmedley Junior school uditorium, Seventeenth and Up-md streets Wednesday, June I Franklin Grammar school at the medley Junior High school audi-jrium Thursday, June 22. Chester ich school exercises in the High bool auditorium, Ninth and F’ulton ( Villi inn**! on Che* I lev* n STOCKS ADVANCE GARNER CHECKS IN EAKLY M ARKET VET CUT REVOLT HORSES WITHDRAWN FRON RACES TODAY (Bf I nit***! Pres*) AT THURM I IF I E I—Fen -weep. Flyer, lari hen Jar, Double Dare, \iirta. sir Byron. Z—None. 3—None, 4—None. 5—None. fi—None. 7—Dunrode. Heather, cloudy; track, fa*t. AT WASHINGTON PARK 1—None. 2—.Manhandle. Bus' -spain sjr Ten 3—Muslet. 4—None. 5—Ehonv Lady. 6—None. 7—None. 8—Mar'an. Weather, cloudy; track, fast. Governor Gifford Pmchot od; • lgned 240 bills making appropriations of a roadster without license of any to sta’p aided hospitals and homes kind. except .stolen ones that were Along the river front, at the foot of Reancy street, there exists today a leal "squatter’s" colony on city property. It i: a community in tt-A drunken driver operating a relic self, although not an up-to-date on?. throughout Pennsylvania. Among the bills signed were three for local hospitals and the Chester Day Nursery and Childrens Boarding Home. The bills signed this mom-no govern the regular appropriations to state aided hospitals and homes and are independent of the Omnibus BJS, signed yesterday in which the same three hospitals in this county were included. In the bills signed today, the Chester Hospital is to receive an appropriation of $71 900; the Delaware County Hcxspital $25,200; the Taylor found in his possession, wa«- held in $500 bail for court by Magistrate Michael A Honan, in polic* court to- Conditions in the colony are not of the best. Sanitary plumbing that would meet the approval of a health clinic ls conspicuous by Its absence. The Deja w ar* river seemf to be tho substituted improviso in place of the flowing tap cesspool, and other conveniences There are 12 abod'* so rue boardwalks and path* stretch in grapevine fashion One of the imposing edifies in the colony is the relic of someone * cross continent tour. It wa* originally an automobile trailer and must have been a splendid affair some IO or more years ago. The owner of tin.* home hr..* not been particular about "keeping up with the Joneses" in the mailt r of pamt and rust remover. There is always the danger of the element playing havoc with the rather shaky looking framework that ahs once the proud body of the trailer. One curtain makes the window it graces stand out from the remaining win- I iirthur Gains in Turnover; Some Highs Noted Heavy New \ ice President, in Senate, Breaks Tie on Appropriation Measure j op Toe defendant identified himself a Ronald Simpers. 40. of the HOO housing three or more per block Madison street. He was Tire homes are not of tile latest charged with operating an automobile stucco, shingle and slag models They while under the influence of intoxl- might be called “bungalow:    b;, then- eating liquor operating without a inhabitant*, but to the ordinary eye dows. Two cots and a cook stove mak* license and theft of both license cards they are "shacks    the inside rather cozy, if your tastes and plates from the automobile of Most of them are constructed of run to cot:-, and a cook stove. Attorney J. H Ward Hmk.xon.    numerous material1 -refuse from th* One family emerged in rather im- Patrolmen Reardon and Kandravi river, bits of old rowboat: or motor- posing numbers from an entrance to were cruising in the vicinity of Third boats, tin that has outlived its use- a shack that seemed to be about three Hospital of Ridley Park,’ $23 690 and and Flocks streets, shortly after 8 fulness and wood recruited from old ' feet square On closer inspection the opened at 122V up Von 1000 xhar* NKW YORK, June Inflation market mad* in heavy turnover at t day. Huge blocks were bougl specialists bunched then* o orderss    , The same situation pre va the Curb Exchange where ranged up to 13.000 share' Bond Az Share sold at 30’: point, and a new high for ti Cotton futures resumed ti Vance. The dollar was lower in t foreign ex American Telephone Az Telegraph, the Spam sh-American War. The vote which rexse 4 points y* * rc.iy, 43 to 42. I he (aln* < to-p a* light ■ar. ad- W ABBINGTON, June 3 By the margin of a Vice Presidential vol?, Administration leader* checked a revolt in the Senate yesterday against. Hie economy act, but not until an amendment had been inserted I independent offices approp adding $170,000,000 to chs* tem pin ted reductions in veterans allowances. By the single vote cast by Vice President Garner to break a tic, a compromise amendment by Connelly! <I).i, Tex . was adopted to limit to 25 j per cent, reductions in World War j service-connected disability com pen - j .salions and pensions of veterans of Superintendent Deavenport ha* discovered that some officers never make an arrest Maybe they ar* just taking a rest. va Nothnagle’s bill providing for a tunnel under tire Delaware between this city and New Jersey has been killed by Governor Pinehot. Maybe he thought it would mean going in Hie hole too much. Secretary of I a* bor Frances Perkins Is getting a lot of praise for thinking up ways to put men to work, but we I believe most wives could give her a f* w pointers around house-cleaning I time. A pi Loner who escaped from th* county prison 3 years ago was caught in the worlds largest city, New York. He will probably spend the next thr?« years in the country, if Media can be called country. Long-range weather forecasts a:* impossible, a speaker here declared. But after looking over the repeal returns from the various states we feel entirely safe in predicting that 1933 will be a wet year. A western builder is erecting houses with inside porches. They will save many a man from freezing in winter when he goes to get the morning milk. A branch office of a closed bank in Atlantic City has been converted into a beer parlor. There should b* Ilion bill plenty of liquid assets on hand now. A thief who stole 21 Rhode Island reds escaped from a cop here yes-t< rday. Both chicken-minded and chicken-hearted. I lie Weather the Chester Day Nursery and Chil-( ontinurd on Pac? Eleven V. - TRI \SI RY BAI \N( V WASHINGTON June 3 •<UP» — Th? treasury n-t ba lane" for June I, WTS $362 770.209 53 expenditures that da' wer? $4,872,016 15; customs receipts for that day were $562 90491. o’clock, last night, when their atten-    wagons Some are modernized with    shack    was found to be a    sort of pent- tion was attracted to the ancient    bits of vivid oilcloth that adds lustre    house    for the rest of the    "dwelling" is roadster being driven in a zig-zag    to the appearance, as well ax prot?'--    under    ground manner on Dock street On the front of the car was attached a pasteboard, in place of a ic'nse plate, bearing the numerals 1869. to correspond with a plate attached to the rear tion from the elements.    |    One    resident    Is    apparently    a    sea- The lay-out of the colony wasn’t    faring man. His home is constructed patterned from the William Penn    from a boat cabin and is the mo. t models of other Pennsylvania com-    impressive of the lot, He seemed to niunitie.s. Th" street ends abruptly    be the original inhabitant, as his Examination    of    several yard* away from the ber.nnmg    home tx neat and tidv Outside hr of ".squatter city " The houses ar?    ha* a garden of vegetables and flow- l ontinued on Page    Eleven    bunched clof? together and narrow    cis. That was a new high for the year. Kel Vina tor opened 12,000 shares at fo, up and equal to the year’s high. Armour A opened 10,000 ms aret- at 7. unchanged. WASHINGTON, June The weather forecast: ... Eastern Pennsylvania and New Jer- Byrne:    De    S C. then had in- . Partlv cloudv and ,1^117 .."lied a 1170,000 OOO appropriation to warmcr tomght; Sunday fair. take I ire of the he,.. mr expend turc.s western Pennsylvania:    Generally •.,id.r.Irnd,:1i'    „bm    *•*■’    tonight    and    Sunday;    slightly cooler tonight aion* the lake*. passed without a record vote As sent to conference, it carried $715 740.936. or $172,167,000 more than Radio Corporation opened 6000 at the House figure Connally estimated 9 . . up *    it .still would save $250,000,000 corn- Commonwealth Az Southern opened pared with current veterans’ costs. although the Administration had Continued on Page Eleven planned to lop off about $420,000,000.! TODAY’S TEMPI R VTI RES 6 a. rn. 7 a. rn. 8 a. rn. 9 a. rn. 56 IO a. rn. 58 ll a rn. 60 12 Noon 62 64 66 ;