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Chester Times (Newspaper) - June 8, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NET PMO (TRC I’LATION FOR TWELVE IHM.IS. ENDING DECEMBER 31, 19.12 20,328 FINAL EDITION it it ir it With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH YEAR—NO. 17.611. Dtilv Lea«f<l " rf Rf port* *nd Ititfrni*’.lon» N<*' rd Tr CP HILL, IN BRITAIN SENATE WIDENS BARS DISCI SSION PROBERS’POWERS OF FOREIGN DEBTS IN STOCK DEALS I*. S. Sec. of State Says His (brants Committee Also Economic Croup Will SI OD.(KID .Mitre for Mor* Stick to Instructions    san    Hearings France Rejects Plan to Van Sweringen Quizzed on Save Nims Parley: Re- Million-dollar ‘Shoe-fuses to Suppress Tanks string’ Rail Pyramid RIFT DENIED WASHINGTON. June 8 A r»'solution giving thf Senate banking and currency committee swopping power ook sales made to ' a ppr in Mf PLYMOUTH England. June 8 iUPi —Secretary    of State Cordell Hull, arriving today enroute to the World Economic Conference, declared that war debts shall not be discussed Squire ,nfo J at the conference.    avoid income tax Before boarding    a special tram for    the Senate todav as London with the    remainder of the    resumed its hearing United States delegation to the con- fan inquin Terence. Hull told tile press he favors The Senate also voted to give the lowering excessive    trade and financial    Morgan investigators    an    additional barriers between    nations, but that    $100,000 so that the inquiry    might    be war debts talks are barred.    continued during the    summer    recess "That subject is altogether outside of Congress the purpose of the conference.” he O P Van Sweringen, Cleveland said "I have nothing to say regard- Nail road magnate, continued a* the mg payment by Britain of tile debt Morgan hearing his story of how a instalment due next Thursday.    million-dollar "shoe-string" was pyra- "That question will be handled . mided into a railway system extend-excluaively by government officials at mg half-way acres', the continent Washington I cannot emphasize Extension of the committee's that too strongly. We are confined powers was asked because of objects our instructions for tile economic lions by John W. Davis,    chief    Mor- conference.”    •    ? gan counsel, to questions directed at He also said disarmament would income tax payments of the Mor-he excluded from their mission, be- gall partners. Davis has announced me left entirely to Norman H Davis his intent ion to fight any inquiry on and officials in Washington    income tax matters "There is a feeling of hopefulness A’ resumption of the Morgan hear-in the United States regarding the ings. Ferdinand Pecora, committee issue of the conference" Hull added, counsel, began digging into lock *■ especially after six weeks of pre- transactions through corporations liminary conversations between of- which enabled the Van Sweringen* finals of Great Britain and ten other and their associates to avoid income countries.    taxation. "The nations have suffered enough Van Sweringen agreed yesterday from tarriers and restrictions A that this was the purpose behind criterions problem has asisen that calls ganization of separate subsidiary ion. Trade is companies, He insisted today that these extreme a paper profit of approximately $14 - j i must be re- 000.000 in Chesapeake and Ohio j Company stock had thus been pro-vill be achieved    tected    against    taxation * of    the con-    ;    The    savings    was effected in the in* I •    direct    transfer    of 255,000 Chesapeake and Ohio shares from the Va ness j •UP-—France Corporation through the General! the joint pro- Securities Corporation to the Chesa-I ates and Great peake and Ohio Corporation * final    effort to    The    shares    cost $31 128 235 and RIFT WITH WIFE DENIED BY SON OF ROOSEVELT Sa> s in l/D> Angeles, Mother's Trip Not Due to His Domestic Trouble \\ ife and Baby at \ illa-nova Home of Parents; The} Ref use to ( omment PHOENIX \riz . June I IN' \|r* franklin O Roosevelt <onflrm**d here todav reports that her son Elliott will establish a rrsi<|rn«e in Nevada immediate^ for the purpose of divorce. (LOI DA SKI KS TOD VY: SHOW KUS TOMORROW n Pennsv Iva ma. N ii rf and Man lai re nroba I not mud I r * w'1 1 a change ieBrees at re here v# 5 IO p 1 was 69, a t 6 15 p 80 was el# 'yen degr# for the date a s above the avera ar Max OO putt va and mini x sfn f n I It mum 48 5 32 a r I tie a t 8 28 p r t saving time. MATTERN NE ARI Y sts'\m> trim. ji.11 inn. n np.ynio jN vh.ioimni; state OVERCOME BY GAS; DOWN IN SIBERIA Round world Flier Has Hat th' AN itll Broken Fuel Mod    o    •    it Line    I    IViiaxser was ie leased last evening Mi YY Lands and Damages Plane; Ear Behind Post-Gatty Mark prut; two cents REPORT PALMER HIRED RY MTLURE IN IL S. PROBE State Senator Declares ‘John It. Hannum, Jr., Is .My Attorney’ Federal Grand Jury Begins Hearing E vidence on Conditions Here for Internationa being deist roved economic barrio ‘ My hope is th ax the ultimate ference." NEW William death Hotel I trier, tc Poller Bf . Gerald; IP 8 oeia' PARIS. June flatly rejected t posals of the United 8 Britain offered in a save the disarmament conference were posted on the books of the from failure.    Chesa    peake and Ohio Corporat ion at France w ill not sacrifice more heavy $44.561.250 The difference represented guns and suppress her tanks in re- taxable profit on which payments turn for Germany's concessions, could have been made but for the Premier Edouard Daladier told the indirect method of transfer Three Power Conference in defining Van Sweringen next testified to Blithe French position. Foreign Minister Joseph Paul Bon- ( ant inned on Page Eighteen KARLA ll LSI LTS OK DIXON Ct I* KOLF Results of the Ida A Dixon Cup tournament, at the Springhaven Club up until noon todav show a field of a hundred or so finished with scores valving from the low 70s to the high 90s Mrs. J. Walker Hooper of Kennett Square, the title riefeiyier who scored a 79-13 -66 last year to win the rup, tees off about 3 this afternoon. Low' gross so far was turned in by three women with 74s:    Miss    A    Reb- niann. of the Philadelphia Country Club, with 90-16--74; and Mrs F W Chirr, of the Philadelphia Country Club, wiht 90-16 -74; and Mrs F W. Sherman of Llancrch Country Club, with 91-17—74. Members of the family af the f I mer Elizabeth B Donner of Vfi nova, refused todav to comment reports that she had separated Ti her husband Elliott Roosevelt, seer son of President Roosevelt. ^=^^==--    ,i—p i    A    'the    Donner hoi -—L—. ..Si... J    where    Mrs Roosevelt is st.*’ :u, IIH tit t Roosevelt above, is in the her parents, Mr and Mrs \Y Ear West, and his wife and baby are H Donner, said the Preside home here in Delaware county, at daughter-in-law was out of town a Villanova. Newspaper reports of a would not return until later in marital rift arr denied by the dav. husband.    Rumors    of the separation, wh grew with    the arrival of Mis Frat Un D. Roosevelt in lav Angeles to v N. A, SHOW    CIRL    her son. were emphatically denied bv LF A RS    IO    DE,A I ll    veils are the parents of a Av# mon old baby. ‘My wife is at the home of her    tempted parents near Philadelphia and shortly    laniie    Aik rrra    as J erie rogers,    w-ju g0 |<j our summer home,“young    dered    im Pa ,    jumped to    her    Roosevelt was quoted as saying    . of    the    ‘Because I am out herr and beearn >    P*®ne tod cal dis-    she is not planning to come brie do s    a soon i not mean    that we are separated in ,    James Mildred *bat sense    of the word. *    1 former    Ai imsport,    "My mother certainly did not make    when the Age as    this trip to straighten out any man-    Seafarer, beauty    tai affairs, as there lr nothing to    way and e years!    straighten out. We have planned    early tod* i this meeting for a long time ”    Mf*    \j< He good-humoredly denied that a    ta nee rec me 8    "Hollywood romance” was response    foremost Betts, 23, who jumped ble for the separation rumor    tunned    b orn a New    York hotel    “I ve been lots of places with lots    adventure left    her    home here    of people and everybody wants to    successful a to    visit    a brother,    know if its a romance,’* he said *T    east-west of Elizabeth, N. J,    j    had my picture taken with a film    Alone last he girl won a film-    ,    acires* the other day and I ve been    rally and and was named "Miss expecting ever since to hear that Nr* accurate She had    sought a    we re engaged.”    of the time n dago (nicer and went to    New York    live rumor was termed "ridiculous"    Mormons    lint o find aa engagement    I by Mrs. Malv ma    Sc fielder,    confl- I to New York, ■*    m a ****■    !    : ^ hours, t LEAN KRAI SSE’. HALK    Continued    on    Page    I    ighleen    Ambia in an MOLLISON PLANE CRASHES IN START OF OVERSEA TRIP Machine Strike** Hump on \\ Runwa} at Croydon and Is \\ reeked Strained Strut Breaks; Ma} Dela\ \oyy VI tempi I ut ii Flu! id' Mont Ii ll TV Of P Althorn: sod it I STATE RANKING SECRETARY ASKS FOR DEBTS D ATA VV ill Ascertain ii Members of Rank Probe ( ommit-te«* Have I alans VII Deputies Instructed to Make Invcstigation and Sn lim i t Reports B Ham aa id Mi Mr. P flo WI AIRDROME LONDON, I YVlacked on the at- 1 -<»ff of their transat- j lie fixing Moi Irvona or .rte repairs on thai id nlatined a fresh stat is wife, th ajied Injur plane, th on the run Iv damager his t and far Mat tern |> to Kl a* iv short •fleet per ii Penn A. K< ex A Ban ar in po WILLIAMSPORT. P >f rn f th* dis* mice runt inning to Chita Matte rn is not expected to leave before late tonight because of eon- ( oui imn-d on Page I ti; Ii Ii en l*R( LM ISFS IO SPF BD I P HIK se:vv kb work Ban 'ommil I rim. fti plebe Th ii Dr by th* tot ning I the at 1mm I ;eioim called lepipv ii. who fie WSI I Kan-or tlid me IP t WO Cia L bea WU Mil e B Apl nill ixp*-« ted the ending or th** I, James, who he dangerous the Atlantic d phikLMvplii- on night at borough c of P other Indirect transfer in connection with the rreation of the Alleghanv: Corporation. The Yran Ness Company I I transferred to Alleghany 445 386 wh Shares of Chesapeake Corporation and ,hf 100 000 Nickel Pltpe Common the ret latter subject to a debt of $1.029 000. Cl; Continued on Page t ight tti un1 HUBBY LIKED HIS VEGETABLES VV ITH ATHLETICS ( ||OSK VV RONO PLACK . , , „    KOK    HHK    I'Ll    NOK iv Connu *hia Atli League Mack. Ie for B has been a fair young damsel from Prexe ier of the Hill offended propriety yesterday aft usse will ernoon and fell afoul of the law has bern Captain Frank Chandler, of th* lore Media judice, dixcovered the youiu lady enjoying the cooling waters o be*!! 'tics veal f won« Media th th# is HU Last Wife, W ho Had Different V iews, Mistreated: VV ins Divorce Decree Because her husband was a vegetarian he objected to her eating meat. Mrs Elizabeth F. Keller, 40. Other acorea turned in so far are; (,f 229 Hecker load. Upper Darby. Mrs H. E. Star buck, 80; Mrs B F. told Judge Albert Dutton MacDtde. Miall, 80; Mi J S Hoikrrt 8(1 Mrs in securing a divorce from William John Fulmer. RO; Mrs YV. R Provost, VV Keller, 38, of 231 Heather road, RI; Mrs George Thornton, 81; Mrs. upjmt Darby. Edwin Lord. RI; Miss E FolwelJ, Si;    .strict    was her husband In his Mrs    R Knight, RI;    Mrs    R    C Mc-    vegetarianism, Mrs. Keller said, that I ai v. 82; Mrs. B F    Beard,    82; Mrs    he even objected to the annual D S    Soli day 82; Mrs H    H.    Lee, 83;    Thanksgiving turkey being placed on Mrs    Walter Jannev,    84,    Mrs. O H.    the table, and made disparaging re- McClure. 85; Mrs. R. F. F'ull. 85; Mrs. marks to her and to their guests Fred CL Cenit, 85; Mrs J. E Fleming, He also spent much of his time on 85 Miss Karin A. Degerberg 86 Mrs the golf links, called lier a crank, and C Ii Marsh. 86; Mrs. A B Mac- accused her of being out with other Gregor. 86; Mrs. K B Bricklay. 86; men All of this the Court decided. Mrs J. L Moore. 86; Mrs. A. S Clow, constituted cruel and barbarous fifi; Mrs. S Peck. 86; Mrs E, L. Dale treatment. RT; Mrs II II Kenney. 87; Mrs J C, They were married in Philadelphia Marsh 88; Miss Julia Griffith. HR; on October 16. 1923 Mrs. Keller is Mrs R* C Welch. 89; Miss H C employed as a ca hier in a store a? Clark. 89; Mrs. Joseph Chapman, 89, Sixteenth and Cherry 'streets, Phila- and Mrs J. R Maxwell, 89    delphia.    while her husband*tx a clerk in the employ of a i allroad company. TRAFFIC LIGHT DAM Vt,I I*    Ml    Rebecca Webb 21. of 161 ,    .    ~~    ~    ,    *    .    .    ,    Harvey avenue. Linwood, was granted Losing control of a beer-laden ROI,H K DETAINING vol NG RI N AWA VS Believed to be runaways, three 16-vear-old boys who gave philadelphia addresses, were arrested at 2 30 a Atman Logue, and d by pollee for he Media res upply lake, a he reservoir ut the Media empathize wit fter all he Ii1 ne likes an vt; ti the drinku ow fair and yi inking wi JOO hot da ' dido tdv. fo Miller <»m (he young in Media and y swimming at water, no ma ig they mav be. pine the Experts under the smashed up into I wax torn Fire el down th* Pollee wreckage ’hat had „sarv for n »ped to Av there not fly cast •rnpl to.sri d tod* f th# I be given i ira The vc ,i ward ore than Ah*' jii>D, straight a final to com me x strut# saw gaso- J. I mg tile d Ii cd I I B Co (At E d M, I in. •ut lh men Th •d •lits of th# s of t he D.n ii Heflin W 8 Ii. P nstitu- Aowtng ll the rn along crash ere pu? The em elation next. Monday morntn purpose of speeding up ti Other matters OI a routim were transacted William C WOM AN Iii ICN KIA KY GASOLINE KLARK 1 H ITV In ti rn h w at th my conipr* a conv Cl Mi YfrKinn iff* P de rn . too are be JI que? tionine. They are slated ai 1604 Sydenham -ire* Gulley 1620 Sydenb Fred Mexsner. 928 street. They told im.; a triuk and rode as and were waiting for when the office Robert Masko. et; Charles Mr-Aam street, and East Schiller lice they hopped far as this city r a return "hop d them at Ninth street and Morion avenue TAX LOLLEY TOR DILS A SI Kl DF When arraigned before Magistrate Fted T Cooper, the young lady said she is Agnes Mi Cool and her addree* 1004 Cornell avenue Drexel Hill Her excuse was. thai she felt (hr nerd of a swim and as the water looked inviting she took the plunge having failed to notice the sign barring trespassers. 8he was accompanied to the Magistrate s office by her maid, who was also present at the new swimming hole but who did not go in the water. Miss McCool was set back $5 and costs for her afternoons pleasure, but she said it was worth it, ax she never had had a more enjoyable dip DIES HY C. \S MONTREAL. June 8 (UP) James Timmins, 48, eldest son of Noah Tim-initA- Canadian financier and owner of the famous Timmins gold mines, wa«i found dead in bed today in his EAST Pa Kl a ii June 8 (UP i part merit The gi VJl jets In the stove We are attempt I herod in the feeble of dawn to witness five take-off, plane did not catch fire. After inspecting the plane, shed her white dungarees and ' son slipped out of hts black They went to the Airport Mote later returned to London The Mollixor hid hoped to New York within 35 hours Ju? fore the accident Molltxon pre# thev would complete the t hi cr hops and be h;,r>r in England w a week. ' We hope tiff repairs mav br pleted bv the end of the mon that we may attempt the flight mg the full moon in July.” Mo si id "The crash wa,* not due to an feet or fault in the machine, Lu1 entirely due to hitting a bad while traveling a! high speed ” Amy echoed Molli.onV •.entire ‘This is a terrible disappoint in vile said I am sure Jim did » tiling possible rn the cncumsta be- F Ar a divorce from Preston J Webb, 33. of 1461 Hewes avenue, I inwood on Pa tax collector for Tinicum township. Bucks county, died in the Easton Hospital today from Mif-in-fiicted shotgun wound He shot himself through the th*st at his Otisville home yesterday after he had been at Doylestown and settled his tax collections in full with the Burks county treasurer INDUSTRY IHLI. CONCUSSION SHUN NEARING VOTE ON VETS’ISSI IK Ar of a rear bedroom in her st 202 West Fourth street, was ged this morning, about 8 30 i, when gasoline, she was using an a dress, became Ignited *n th* fluid ignited Mr** Ate* V attempted to bear nut tile and neighbors sumrmAned the Un Fire Company. Upon their tile firemen quickly extin* d ti)** flames with chemical.* M' Kinney vui? given ft• •' vd lent by the first ald crew of e company. . ( HAULS JOIN jews In protest NNA. .N mf 8 'JNS. Twenty *n Olympic champion.' ’ act g    Jointly with Hie Ame* a nn J* • h    Congress, today cabled tile !n- rriHtlanai Olympic Conge* p; '• g    til** decision to hold the 1936 lympie games in Berlin The petitioners requested a change die derision, but member of inc Ivjsory committee stated rin-ru ion * cliv cd There wa' a po* btliM iwever, the d I se u.Mon might, tie re-jened 11exf year at Atherr LM I Nst.D IO YI Mf It I foiitinued un Page I Ightrrn MARKET RISUS AS DOLLAR SINKS Rounds Forward on V Y. E.vcHhukp, Kccpinu Tickers Far I {(Iii in! Myron M Caffoy, n William C. E ?ent for the govern; cst witness before I a spent right n ondit ions in t Keyes emerged [Jury rfKAni at ll h a conference with whu ii continued u hour. When asked procedure for toda are on our way.'* No one from D# present fins morning at delphia Federal Blinding xliaI Fetters remained in awaiting the possibility subpoenas to serve but I der.stood none would be is A request from the Oiai protection against photog! suited in a wild ber* had nsked intimidation from Kcves laughed when ne ne* care t d Wa tv was the Phi la-U 8 Mathis offiee, of having t was imbued today, id Jury for dee Is red th# founds finn fo 1 Washington that twice, wi Mr. Palmer I the De par tm* at or McClure mior that the ni#m- protection against iasters. * Mr. I e/ *his. arid bsolutely no the rum* dispatch*" un the p ■s corn rn u it Of Jus my ellen h th# bot I lid ct that wit I Continuer! on Page Eighteen W YORK, June 8    ( of the United Rial lated the nations today and sent the rn UP) n es doll I opicsof J im cs low true and lower hank1 the to mg illy Ilia I # York Exchange bm Scores of new hi d, specially In the g< ig kept the tickers I nutes behind. When and other commodi va*i in the foreign of tire batiks rooms mg tables wile re oper nones of all the rn Pit Atloo, went lunge nip d* be* n c ttomm protect! A lav ;ht Hounds ic e pay of )f F Of truck at Ninth and Engle streets, ycs- teidav afternoon. Earl VY isnow, of ^ grounds of cruel and barbarous Tnw-asend Md . escaped injuries when 1rrafmrnt    WPrr marn<.d m , Chestertown. Md, on November 25, , . r    ,IC    8    ,i?a    infp!vrf    !on    1928 and shortly afterward Mrs Rev. Louis J, Velte of 340 Wet cl o. commission. Winnow was ar-    «;a rf her husband quarreled Seventh street, pastor of the First IrD Tlonffh ta 'T't rf*wh«*n he jh h because she paid $5 for a Baptist Church, Seventh and Fulton lo,! li K tsf tO,C0Vrr damage    *    srreetx, has been elected president of raused v he riash. He told police g^cauM> Mrs Webb was a minor the alumni aixonat.on of Crozer when (he divorce action was started. Theological Seminary His election the 'int was flied by her father. John to >n *• t ooh place ' th- a mu; 7 W Maloney, of the Harvey avenue banquet of the a*so> adon held at address.    * the seminary on Monday evening. a broken spring caused the accident IL 9. I RI YM ItY R YI \\( E IJK YI. PASTOR ( HOSES Arlminisf ration Tost Strrnjflh in Senate Seen —Congress to Adjourn , _T    A    marriage lice ii was i of Soldiers Hloc ( laims .New r .. *d*ijm..* to Philip i i ,    .    t,    Catherine    I    I    11 I e f I e id j ( ompromise on E*c<»n-omv Erature WASHINGTON, June 8    (INS* Treasury balance us of June 6 $310,-185.104,79; expenditures $8,688.643 78; customs receipts $4 502.280 20. HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (Bt Pnltffl PresT> London Pa riel/ lo Serve Drinks of 66 Sat ions WASHINGTON June 8 INS» The Administration fared a crucial lest of strength in the Senate todav us Democratic lea dei.s sought to force a final vote on the industrial recovery and $3,300,000,000 public works bill A strange coalition, including such pi enounced Libel ais as Senators Horah 'It > of Idaho, and Long ' L > of Louisiana, and . ti'h ultra-consei v-ative.s as Senator Reed it > of Pennsylvania, joined in the attack on tins revolutionary mea die WASHINGTON. Ju Substantia I compromis' of the President on economy program aj t ’ay to curb a dane.* i volt against tile reoil# Majority Leader Byi after a meeting of the era tic Steering Comm believed a veteran pr< able to Ie*!ii the Pre*-! House Soldiers Bl<>c 8    «UP on the n d*n$eUM* of the PhiladelphLi C> Opera Company, todav. I ' id received a divorce from his se# w ife jas • week is the son of (tie Dr. Joseph Leidy and a brothe ("arter Randolph Leidy, who wie first husband of Josephine "I an increase of of a cent. ( imtInned tm Page I ighteen HOB It Y\ K OI $ 1000 BROOK LY Three bar Yfirh . Jim IU Hi Mil klyn State Bank r two employes uhe i judge has yet ‘‘Ut not Ie KT tile direct! a hall driven has been wa «hroom elipp# tshermen alo Gun »r th htn No their mtroF at ion doubt of our luff. Murv- 1 Kilo out he uccept-nd the Id be tonfer- Steel    Industry Revival Awaited by Residents AT YY \> ll IN (»TON I’YRK I— >*!d I ca. Z—S'ergfjrit Udl, Va /da < **lii« J’rmre, Serving I id, Batty. Trv-and^tain. Kaius. 'ad Kn^ht. J—Barashkova, Kilt* 'u* l ire f lash. St Va/aire, Sunnyside Up. 4— •None ) 5— None I 6—(None.) 7— I None. I 8— None. I YVeatbrr, clear; ira# k, fast. LONDON. June 8 Drinks from all The Turks . over the world will he available for Rakl made thirsty delegates between discus.1 ions hut th \y at th* economic conference.    a ■ in-V bot■ ;< A reventy-foot bar hrs Iv-mi bu..' h-neafh the ronferrn#e hill in South    "Th! - is 1 Kensington «o the delegate' {rom    'rone.' th-' s'xtv-five countries will br able to    The Chin# get their favorite beverages just as    Shaio'sq anc if thev were at home    Kaoliang    spir pi c Piru *nd fig*.” not find Borah and Ix)ng sought to strike achieved at a White Hoi jut the industrial trade agreement cnee today, provisions, a.sxerting the;, would fox- A was repo i ter super monopolies." Reeds op po- making which would pr aition    r#    fie* ted    th#    uri#a    ;ne>    of    ju;n# ipie #*f reductions for many    big    industrialists    over    the    Fed-    President ha* battled, whi erat licensing provision and other perhaps as milch a* $120000000 Governmental bludgeons in the bn!    $4.’ooooooo    wh rh he    origin;' in adrii-    ordered cut from pavrnrnts    to    v tho    fv-n.    cran* The P:"::dcni already    I jC That aucce, : a man $6< ail from i w ho wax in lot of mom to telling. >mefimei d in the result of an idle dream, and 1 l',r‘ ir is 'he child born of a hasty I ii Steel Coro ll tin .torlni tx I » C' Atlantic City officials that a woman can wen possible while in bathii other way of luring mt t mn. ic 1# id'-n this cit Thirty-five Hon to the on# icndrnei red were I or wines and To make sure that every one w .ll Perhap a?e Finance C lion. Part of the admitted!', strong #>pp sit ion to the industrial control pro- • fop-d about $50 000 000 Disagreement over details of th oposed new plan ha- prevented it .bm!?.*iion to the House but a fin; bell I he tile of a n extern J lie Weather be satisfied the firm of caterers in fron, *no Au of a’.! came visions arose from a pm wing Senate draft is experted within two ria is pc akin; taken plae* during the past one of the “old timer- 1 tnct who knew Chester w one of the foremost renters into and the Dutch, to grant the Chief Ex- House aer,ion on the Independent factoring steel products in th*- coun- mlt VY Y'lllNC, IDN, lune X I P live we,ither l.islrrn rcnn-xylvania— Parti* cl*»ud> tonight and Eridav, probably followed bv Ila ii thundred shower* Friday afternoon charge of the conference recently    -j Austrians aid they would like    ecutive broad new'emergency powers    Offices Appropriation    bill. in which    try, blames consolidation for    the    p sent a questionnaire to every con-    cognac, .Schnapps Guntram.sdorfer.    Long expressed this sentiment by &>■-    thf Senate ordered    $170,000 000 of    ent plight of the trade. suiate in London and has received    jgussberger and Gumpoldskirchner    cianng. Til not ca.-:t another blind    veteran? payments    restored, will    "Some fifteen years ago”    h#*    f 'tc# I industry rn „r night; xlightiy warmer in north AT RI.Ll BONNETS    lists of the drinks    that    fjjg last-named better    known    in    vote    if the President has got some-    follow    soon    after    agieeme each delegation will want.    Vienna than in London    thing    he wan ta to recommend for the    reached    between    administrant; j    —    „    rhe    Swedish Consulate asked espe- As for th„ nmh 'hey included KOOd of the country, let him pull it I—Tout Peu. Pottery,    Hayloft, Hr- ciau.v for a    kind    of gin called    everythin - Pp n< Ii    ti!; and spar-    ()U! #toni    under    the    barrel fainer. Nellie R.    C.    “Brannvin.’* The Poles wanted “Kum-    glmg red and white wines, including    Senator    Damson    -I),    o M, - I— Yhitibi, Knave of flubs. Carolyn nm! Bac/ewski from Lemberg and !ho • Of Nor a AL. Sp n h cie*,-    (-l    ii    man*    of    the    Her    Y    I    - Barker, Vespa, Charlies Girl, Bun the Swu.vs H r. d for ‘‘Fruitskm • v.ui. I i ii 1 .’id I ti -    ,    f,, Coriumttee    • o d W Nova.    Brandv    mcutii < • ,;: ■ 1 w. ■'    Du 'ti j,ouJd p.. • th nr'asure *on,”h' <n*J 3—Lady Chilhowee. I^eH.ghway.    'I    ie> -pee ihed Nu # t s.nd G 1 • - . ' 1    on    .    for    'finn; adjo nmcn- i , 4—Coventry Queen,    Gold    Ridge.    and Drag* tam    wines    and ttvn added    rosno, F ■ n'r. . qv    a od a few    rfjav night” 5— None.)    that, there was    also a    great consump-    German liqueurs 'h    a Knmmd ' 6—'tie tones. Rabble, ( ane H-art, lion of spirits in Rumania    Th#    rntr    n    are    air iou to ■ hot* no    DOLLAR    CLOSES    I.OYY    ER Prince, Brilliant, Bud,    Black "Tusci* is distilled from prunes, la on- '-rn in beer so the ar# irr- Alire.    Dro.tdi*    from grapes iSararira    from    porting Ameruan 3 2 in    addition    to    TARIS June A <UP> The d# ar 7— None.)    rye and    Rarhiu from potatoes,” the    plentT of Pilsner Vfunchener. Danish    eloped    lower todgj at 20.90 francs YA father, cloudy; track, fa*L    i consulate expiamed.    latger and, of course, Briton ales.    4    78    cent*    per    franc)* nt is; “we had several steel plan tration ad- within our borders, and the ors and a .special committee of 'eel worker., many of whom wer egis latens, attempting to reach a second to none In the country, ha ompromise    work and were able to live content' The President, by his compromise brid happy. OI (‘out #*, we wee* tr.. doing anything compat'd to what v, j (Ontinueii of 1 Page Eighteen > l on du t YA'01 Ai ’A’ there wa.';, invanbly, ufficient wo1 VIVA HI SI VI HANI IHM SS LOIIAV !n .„    .    ... *u- of’ Ii*    Dei.ti Af    employed in the industry could n.ak llntt) xnrf H ch in rf Av*n>ie K*rh rtin^r a fair living wage r*r* - a * jab og"’    per    ren*    ATOrdjng    to    I    hp    rr.s|f:<    •    ’    r>oe    < this city almost at a standstill. Of    and west portions tonight. iii the former plant, on.y two arc N>W Jersey—Partly cloudy tonight I    now in opera' ion, the Penn St# !    ana Friday probably followed by local located    ( a ’ ni: Com pan', and til#- Atlantic    thunder ah Owen* Friday aftertan*!! uh.'    of    sp'! ( urn puny, the only independent I gr niglit; not much change in tem- concrrw to remain out of Hie corn-    p**rature. VY e s t ** r n pennsylvania — Pjartlv Since the closing of the mills in    cloudy, possible local thunder showup' a: nut the bu*.ness men. it is    frH tonight and Friday; xligh iy charged, have shown indmerence ti the .section. Many have either lef for other section*, retired, or havi been forced to adapt themselves, to ai entirely different class of trade. A trip through what wha once a    ^8 rn.......66 ll a in   76 prosperous section of the ritv toda'-    7 a. rn. ...... 68 Noon .........8 re me east per* IIH) YY s I I "I I KA 11 TU S vs armer tonight in tion. the several plants, the Seab#vtr#i Sre-T reveals a number of plants going int' rf ep-olrz rf#" Xros*    will    h» p»-#lu»?V vuo?*0';r^m'rftaDu cieanuneM    Company,    Chester    S'eel    dererioration. while the steel workers I •eer-rfjie and quality.—Ada ‘        »    Cftfetings    Company,    American    Steel    4    eek employment, rn other fte4d.N 8 R, rT*k# ai m$#    P    •    •    ••••*•    ^ 9 8« nu    2    p,    rn#    £0 ■i !0 «. rn. sYsT.* > I’HKSTER. PA.. THUKSDAV. JI NK 8. P.VLT TWENTY PAGES ;