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Chester Times (Newspaper) - June 10, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID ( IIH I LAI ION KOR I H Kl VK I. *\ I .IS. KNDlMi DEC'KM BKR .11. 1932 20,328 FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ★ With All Latest and Best News of the Day SITH VEAR—NO. 17.010. n* (UP SN; CH ESTER. PA., SATURDAY. JUNK IO. 19X TWENTY PAGE PRICE, TWO CENTS SEN \TE P \SSFS    gangsters- weapons dumped in sea SPANISH H IERS READY TO SERVE heated moment in morgan inquiry CLOUDY SKIES INDL STR Y BILL BY 57 TO 24 VOTE .Measure I .ann ch os \ a>t I*iililic Works Program Up to $.v>,ono Le vies Approximated S220,000,000 of New Taxes to Finance Bond* 1(4 UP P in- on Of the i.a- he spear- vv ASH I NOTON June Congress had only formal pine today in handing c ldent Roosevelt vast pc trol industry and spend public works All the essential fra tun t Iona I recovery measure porn' ol the President s drive for revival of business anti re-employment - have been approved by both Houses The Senate gave its sanction when it passed the bill late last night by a 57 to 24 vote Todav the bill goes to conference wish the House for adjustment of Senate amendments Final votes in both chambers then will speed it to the President s desk. To the far-reaching sections of the bill. touching every business and every taxpayers’ pocketbook, the Senate added two new and extraordinary tax amendments. One, by Senator Claik, Dem.. Mo., makes the income from all Government securities and other previously tax-exempt bonds subject to taxation. The other by Senator Ka Follette, Repn , Wis. calls for publication of all income *ax returns. The provision levying on tax-exempt. bonds vias one of the most far-reaching tax provisions adopted bv a House of Congress rn recen* years It went into the bill bv a vote of 4i in 37 after little debate If retained in the measure, ii would levy heavy taxes on many wealthv persons who have avoided income taxes by im est mg in government bond* It wa* considered possible that the administration would seek to have this provision remold rn conference. In the past many authorities have expressed conviction that a constitutional amendment would be necessary to repeal the tax-exempt Ion feature. The National Recovery bill contains thtee major sections which 1. Empower the President to approve and enforce industrial aui«e-ments for stabilization of production, fixing of wages and shot toning of working hours to spread employment, 2. Launches a vast public works program on which up to $3 300.000 000 mav be spent to create jobs for unemployed 3 Levy* approximately $220,000,000 of new taxes to finance bond issues for 'he public works The major differences to be adjusted between the House and Senate are m the tax section. The House levied principally upon the incomes of middlc-clas-s salaried persons. TIV Senate bill provides for a five pf r cent tax on corporation dividends HEADING ACROSS SI ISPOFNAS FDI! SEA FROMSEVILLE III Al RING PROBE Barberan and Collar \t-tempt Unbroken Mater Trip of .MMM) Mile’* Reported I hat Number of t otintv Residents SS ill Aid In\estimators Hope to Be Over Havana, ( bet \. Keyes, Special ( iiba. in 15 Hours; Mat-torn Nears Last I ax Prober, IMeased 55 itll the 55 orb til \iionts i K Vt I I h o Spanish the most ( filers. taring •den a all P* the Span ai Ghat) S Ma Mf in rum v Ire These guns Mill give lh*- (tins no more trouble Part of Hic tinge cullet of firearms confit ated in \-m Fork police during Hie past tear, the* taken ab miles to sea and dumped into Haver Jones' locker I mo officers shim n aboard (he muni< mal lug 'I.nom read' for the burial rn 150 n RDI (ill TACTICS LEAD TO DIVORCE Former I . of I*. Football Star Did Not Contest His Wife’s Snit HIGHEST ll ATING AFFORDED PAFF. Institution Is One of Ten Colleges Designated as ‘Excellent’ The Mm iglu gained und.vm Rogers on the did not make employed them marital nows So claimed Mrs ‘on Roger* 27. of nile, Swarthmore, voice af Media player, whose age who lives ai 28 ' Merchantville signed by Judge Dade, listed i treatment and football fi in trying to fulfill his -s Helen Crosby Mor-Kalayette a v*’-in .securing a di-from the football • is given as 30. and West Cedar avenue, N J. The decree, Albert Dutton Mac- longest unbroken on ever attempted by a I machine I iv flier*. Captain betail and Lieutenant hoped to be flying ove some S oot) mites aw a hours if they have rn they will continue an a miles to Mexico f’Uv ping. otherwise they Havana The start w as from Airdrome at 4 45 Friday EDT >. They had oui before reaching open had waited at the st tidying weather rep net expected to tak night, but when cond and more favorable they ordered their plane to the line "It is not intend distance mends." said. "it is aimpl) flight to try to rn continue further to is sufficient fuel" Their route led Madeira Islands ai to the West Indies celestial observation toe fliers planned t e as lr rn island of th I Mi Hav Grand ne bown ic ii de pu I aho \\ ill have nation of eight I tO the when (hat ;dav ill th* •Iphu* hts count v crate with tile probe, Unit main ho t ion ln»dv Frail a vc the it is inland* either ki th* \isled ii have re St Ti Ha ion that thr maUon re-loggers and at convicted con-f they ktirn any* the working of the IS MjppO * <i tO ‘ars ago. iio probe I, us violations of year* ago would statute of fimita-1 today. Most of presented to tile vc-n gathered on the past eight nod b\ Muon M MORGAN STOLK QI 1/ ENDED BY SENATE GROH Hep w* < ontiinird on last Page RE I NST 5 TEM ENT OF I E 5( HERS IS I RUED •robehI Income Iax lloyvcvor, Taken Justice \if(’nK Vim Ie, [ p Ii) I ontinued on Last Pis* KARLY STOLK MARKET REO IST KRS HAINS prof* mc rn I Iona Fr Thin K H of P sin An Ode M C NKW YORK American I’elephoi capital stock equal then mm indign the ti up ►d the MU ling gh- hile for A tax of «1 fo capital stock of increase in thr from one cent cents. Comparatively rejected a move cent, general sa XI OOO O lions; bi ga sol in and ont d hail perron, as the eau es for the dtvi Tile couple was married in Pocono, on Jul. 25. 1926 a< > or to 'he libel flied by Mathues Dot erty. attorney for Mr*. Roger*, v Rogers wad scoring touchdown* Penn and > ;p« sing the mark set bv Red Grange for the most yards gained bv a halfback during a single season Since graduating Ropers has bern football and track coach st the University of Delaware. About a month after the marriage, ( ontinued n last ^ 55 ARN ED ACiAINST LOAN PH Kt TH E In Uh in nit ar EW pat were lie! •• roun: r which t i .lieges and univ entitled to the rank of excel the highest rating within the pm of lite War Department P M imp* ct ion, most rigid in every d* was a two-day a flair, and was ducted * ■ Major Alexander M nnd, U. S. A The report of tic ion. a* filed with ti anc! ss folic T C I TV par Hyatt An nspect tment, reads to r in part Apr: UKF C *s tail con- Wcv- n o done! on the Stock Exchange main list registered gain? to more than a point in over Aiding tile niaikei wen predation in tile dol crop estimate and pn red ne doh by the hot nerd adjournment of The feature in th !0 UP- ■ Telegraph 1933 high Iv trading I The d; ny order < which 35 t contract • renewed committee As soc tai ton concerning s of a1! >n and ha1 in P L boar of »nt!y lduct cd was op-A JU pors lr, a is pee' april. Congress. ie business gam in bul s com pa red ' W ler de-wheal urthci im rn i - lh# r J* the ’ ii - a 36 per cen a lions in May ii, according to F W Dodge loin The total was still we Mav 11)32 I groups participated mg Hit d ti Moi ie rf fast notified I of the lr renew th economy. that such detriment the bo vs tie prt W. I n* tax. the Senate in a I • per proposed bv Senator Reed. Rcpt; Pa., staunchest advocate of this form of taxation. FAILED TO ABBE 5R FOR A ll KA RI NC Bail amounting to $11 was forfeited todav when Thomas Jon", Negro, of Verdun avenue, failed to appear in police rourt to answer charge* of disorderly conduct. He was arrested on Centra! avenue, last night, during ar, argument over a grocery bill Daniel Quigley, of the 600 bim k East Eighth street, charged with being drunk and disorderly was fined $5 and costs. Patrolman rogue arrested him early this morning on Morton avenue, when he heard Quiglev using profanity that could be hcaid a block away. Julian Pavlook. 24 homeless, arrested on .suspicion of breaking and entenng and robbery, was held. H is suspected of having broken into a small shoe store on East Eighth st reel and having stolen several dozen pairs of shoes, two weeks ago COW S RI RN TO DI \ I ll KUTZTOWN. Pa, June lh • INS) Eight rows and two horse- on the farm of Arthur Kmftle were burned to death earlv todav when lightning fired the barn in which they were sheltered. Loss was estimated at $15,000. DISCHARGED BANK RI PT Ignatius Cirrtto. trading av Cirrtto Brothers, lower Merton, wa* granted a discharge a* a voluntary bankrupt in the United States District Court, in Philadelphia yesterday. A pro case, hea A Kona somewhat i she could : Renal proj* pawnbroker'1 I? was dur Shepard, N< Commerce si that Mi Third s $1.75 on store t* Shepa rd of a pa ••utor in a pct d before Ma gist r, in ' larceny - Michael >day, was »rn that taff the ank police court rprtaed to I • loan money on ty without ha vin license, g the hearing of Lh Negro, of the non t ■c street, that it wa* test s Dora Shuster. 1004 1 reel. loaned th'* de fen a suit he brought to be cleaned and pre charged with the lac r of pants from the f. I he conscientious c nerts oi i of instructors, fully supported president of the college Co lone K Hyatt are apparent. The program is comprehensive and the in-struct mn thorough.’' HUNDREDS ENJOY SWIM IN RIVER the Mr T sa r. a American Can changed and he Consolidated point to .)8 . in pa rue I j common cr* bloc k of I opened at ’lei around Ga ro e a firm ut i re idem ,coted ti day evening, solution calla that the lr* in unusually acher* of fie cir contract) and express action of dis al to the bes and girls of further advlt * recent not ic* > out ct o for ■laded in tile if t he school >'a club's were or next year members of of the Chaa-have flamed the voicing member* of e forwarded o Charles the school •* directors Infill in R presses Lur Ten Days; May Not Be Resumed I iii ii I all Four Bills of Major Interest Engage Attention; Bank Bill Lags WASHINGTON. June lf) Examination of income t.*x it J, P Morgan and Co pa I tnei today fr< com mitt ( lice. Senate of Morn,i yesterday (ie Senate Uh lap (UP) -rord? of t pas cd Market of Jus- washing ion, June Americas most moment Kl • UP) peace- neaied adjournment (Ria Dc iriy grot Oils continued to at steady to firm a equipment*. Tohact Coppers were firm than a point to 68 v ision and Chrysler gain to 24 . whll< R. nan s were electrical so* forged ahead Auburn rose mon i in the motor .rh* made a fractional > General Motor* IX); im* tea tin t ie nut ion i tea« him request rd by ti ate as •hers as is war ta teachin mg attention to rd recently urge number plan not to because of aaed the belief lamias*I will Im* •st. interests of the cliv, The ■Ise* that there corbie improve-if ions since the of the boards tile rutting of investigation o! ii came to a ama • in revelation f, ner in which wealthy iud! legally off .se I their bicone depreciated -iceuntie*. Koon after the inquiry Senate voted to requite p future income tax return reveal to the public the full about the tax returns of thr gan partners and everybody r voiced Senator I a Follett e, Repn, «|M»nsored the prows tem win* ineoriwaied in the National it rinsed, the ' ii a*ion of This will facta Mor* e in* W erv b than holes He de iv thing 111''OUK h ■tared I ’lac to which ■Will do n th men rn a . at blo of 5 OOO alia rex w Oft CAPTOR in • been made to tile arhers that they rely of tlie dismissed ihie a* soon as condi-iuch • nlargement of IS BITTEN BET MONKEY < ontinued on East raise \\ on < iii it< ii I i \<,I I i unpin HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (R» I nitro Pre**) 4T WASHINGTON P MIK 1—Tufty Doe. 2—Rego, Brilliant Rose, Bostonian Gal, Tranvrall. Mariana. ( herrv-time. Omar K . D^rGe** 3—Barashkova, Gandhi. Brains. 4— Non*' . ■V— None 6—Ebon* I.adv. it Top ••tin Envoy, springstrG. Flying ( adet. 7—mince Mexican. 8—First Regiment Weather, clear; tra< k fast. AT Bl I I RONNI I N so testified. Police Superintendent James H. Deaveni»orf tntrrrrnptrd the testimony to warn Mrs, Shuster against such prated < e in the future. Shepard, who is now on parole, was held in $500 bail for court. r. N. I RI ANI RI BAE ANT I WASHINGTON. June lf) INS' Treasury balance as of June 8 $292.-389642.84 Expenditures *11417-014 18 Cu toms receipts, $5,860 812 45 BRITAIN TO PAY I (FBT IN SHAFI! I ii it cr! Stator In form Cfi, It Is Stated, ut England’s Intentions LONDON, June IO UP' Gi Bitt a in has informed the Un. States of her intention of meet the June 15 war deb) paymnn> full, the United Pres* wa* advised day by trustworthy sources, The p ment would be mad* in silver, rat than iii gold. The payment would be char against the equal!**'-ion fished to maintain the pound with other currencies, thus preventing an additional burden on the budget. The argument that a full payment would be a heartening gesture to accompany the opening of the Economic Conference was r with the traditional honor of Britain in meeting her finanr< ligation* ai the meeting of ?iv nrt. and prevailed, the Unued was informed. Officials dec Hued to confirm ired the ■ ba)) l lid more 11 re Be he cr from the heat, s, girls and young men enjoyed •ort. One of the favorite diving for the boys was from the * on the lower side of Third bridge, while the older bathers > voral small yacht* tied up to barf on the west bank of the ck ok a.’ places from which to plunge into t he river. Several small bovs also were seen m» briming in the creek above the HYldges af Fifth and Seventh streets COLLEGE GRAD MUST GLT WORK Member of B. 5® ( . (.radii;! ting ( l;t-s Is Ordered to Support 55 ife (OI IM (ONSM)ERS BLEA FOR PAROLE Application has been made to the rourt. Hitting en banc, yesterday, for parole of John H Ward, former cashier of the Collingdale .Stale Bank, who i* serving a term of two and one-half lo five years for embezzlement and similar charges Ward wa* sentenced bv Judge W Roger Fronefteld In October, 1911, after he had entered a plea of nolle ronteridre Evidence was introduced of a number of false entries in connection with the purchase of stock, made in th* banks name, involving some $27.DOO Attorney James I Rankin, who, with Attorney John V Diggins pr* -sent eh the petition for parole, declared yesterdav "He did not profit himself, but had the foolish 'Chem# to make money for the bank ** No decision wa* made bv the court lilt JAI KSON AT WORK Ifs not news when a dog bites a man. but what about a monkey biting a man? A few dav- ago Jimmy Ant'd a, of 8 W'eM Jefferson street Media, W’as delivering groceries af the home of iii Mink W, Adam, a Vein mary, r -siding in Media, when “Chico,1' a large monkey belonging to the doctor, broke leave and tan tor freedom Jimmy page one look and, hero like, started in hot pursuit:. In a few leap' he wa able to grasp tty cha u dragging from ' Chico* ■ neck and brought the runaway to a stop. "flhico ' showed >ign. of dt plea-sure at th** interruption and inserted a rn t of strong African t‘ el h in the (alf of Amato; left leg The raptor managed to hold t he monkey’.* mouth Shut T he nudge) basket ba Trinity Methodist Kpiv won the trophy in the cl which recently clo erf it,* tram has been photog! each member of the tea presented with a pictuie hers of the team ai ( ieigf    I    )-    liber, t.d\ I OI i >!••*! church n ch league M ason. 'I lo aphcd and n has been The mem-e; Howard ;• a rd (fciger Melvin Harmon Budd l>*h cr! Da baker, Earl Behofiel GalJager, William Burk coach. Rob ll* < ontinued en I ast IN ll Itll) IN IME •“age J I < ESM I E Mi tilt person tic at 11 OOO md Lion: rom an help from the in Amala s Jet blately auf! ! solemnly ria)* rn the world from here to t pei moire sec* while awaiting i nei 'J 7m wound h hei l* zd nom -in* slowly. He all the monkey* (lax themselve • ive Inn'. bf Jo; /» A large number of tended til' opening of th) mal and doll how last nig) gi Olinda of iii* Boerne men school. Glenolden, spans* Glenolden Troop, No >4 Gi of America, headed by Bertha Cavanaugh. Th* arranging for the annual ment to be held af Camp Tall Tree-near Media, July 16 to 23 FO. TRFASURFR’S ACTION I Bill I Ii ;di (i.u Hand tin. of lf)'.' Wdlo** Norwood, tripped and fell at urie vo-tetday afterncKin, atm-s head on a step He suffered I ut ion rn * i the left eye, whirh WM.* treated at Taylor Hospital. VI Kith IG BAR • nto proprietor of a service ' Ch* Lei pike ;md High aron Hill, suffered a severe the eye last night, a) his imp • of of I I. me. j, when a bar slipped him on the optic Tile in-irated at Taylor Hospital, !) KNOWN DLM) IN    XJ. BLAST BRING SLIGHT HEAT RELIEF One Death Recorded Yesterday, Milmnnt Bark Man Being the \ ietim Plant Workers Affected; Schools Ordered Closed; Heat 55 ate (Jeneral he meti the bit? gripped -evm • was chich untry >da* th ti : - Slight re passing cfi and prevented soaring to it reached p _ county victim was Charles J. 51, of Forest avenue. Milmnnt who collapsed at his home ter 3 o clock yesterday \4ilh I lie mere tir% neat Itll1 I I* biorgan .mil bis jtsirtitfo hiiiihheil their re.iG a* the* It*! rued («i bvt intent dining Hie Nrii.ite invesligalien of (tie lloti*e of Nlottan at 44.1 nil inc I on Hnrg.m I* ‘him it al the left Glktn- to Ru»*e|| l.effingwell, one of lo* p.n)ner* Ifarold Stanley, another partner, I* *hrddmc Hi* « na! at the right. CONGRESS NEAR ADJOURNMENT; SPEEDING RIELS M n in v ii I tm s Bracedime Special Session Relieved iii Final Day hen uns rays iry from the uncomfortable heights yesterday, w d^gi^e* at 4 Isl,  _ '■_ I The Honer, Park. shortly aft afternoon, just as the thermometer was reaching P.* highrM Physicians were railed and vainly tried to re-e him. Deput v Coroner Hor-ffiih. of Norwood, stated todav ip.ny would ire performed but tire itelicf of phwician* th* a a victim of iicat prostration, (ghoul industries in this city irons many slight prostrations ported, emplovcs of both ! ha ital (I in an w i T'h mu id cut •re it lute of another torrid day, Democratic leader* whip[>cd up th* ir followers for one la‘,t grinding **. ton wiiUh they hoped would see President Ho)>.srvelt’a "new deal" measure* wholly written into law Four major measures were all that remained to la* finally approved to fint* h Congre pa:: in the offensive against depression which the adonin u .(• ion is pn paring to wage on a dozen fronts 1 Industrial Control. Public Works and taxe* ,he Senate passed this bv a smashing majority last night at the close of a 12-hour session. It goes to ronfeience todav tot adjustment of differ - nee with the House. Speedy con t e I mi e agreement and final appt o'a1 In both Houses seemed cer- 2 Horne mortgages relief final conference agreement approved by House and readv for Senate action. 3 Independent offices apptopiia-(ion bill came before Houre for appl oval of compromise on Veterans* E< onomv Then goes to conference and I auk to both Houses for final action 4 Emergency appropila!ion bill, appioprintmg millions of dollars for expenditures previously anthol I zed to rted Ford Motor Company and the Via* cove Company Marcus Hook. stating Hist many fellow worker* collapsed from the intense heat Among the many victims in this ares was a Catholic priest the Re\. Michael Muck 60 who collapsed and died in the yard of Bt Peter s Catholic Church Fifth street and Giraid avenue Philadelphia Mr’ noon yesterday the heat begums so intense that a general order was sent out ringing all the public schools in the cdr A similar order was sent out bv the superintendent of Hie parochial schools in the Philadelphia ai< lidio< < • e but the word failed to teach this city and the children attended afternoon sessions, at great discomfort. Dozens of factories, the workers demoralized, followed suit and re-leased tId-ir pet piling workers to seek whatever relief they could find. Men engaged on construction work at the No lo plaint of tile Sun Oil ' Company, Marcus Hook. on Ridge road, Linwood, were dismissed at 2 30 p rn when the heat became too unbearable for them to work In other section* of the refinery, orders were issued to the men to take their time while working and cease work I ontinued on l ast rage GENERALLY FAIR 55 FATHER BREDK TEI) Partly clourn and not quite so warm w the prediction today in Eastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland It will be generally fair tomorrow' The highest temperature here yesterday was 1)8 a* 2 40 p rn. a new maximum lur tile date The previous maximum was 94. established in 1874. I he lowest temperature yesterday was 78 af 6 a in 'Hic average of D8 was ' ight' < ti degrees aiMive normal for til# dale and twenty-two degree.* abo.a the average June !> hr t year Minimum temperature for the date ta AT, established in 1913 Sunrise todav wn af 5 31 a rn and sunset will be at «p m. Eastern Daylight Saving Time IHIN IN CONVENT SCRANTON. Pa, June IO INS! Sister M Xavier Byrne RI th* oldest member of the Immaculate Heart of Mary Order of Nuns. wa* dead today at St. Agues Convent, Elmhurst. Bb* devoted 72 Nears of her life to religion, entering the novitiate at Rending in 1861, and becoming professed in 1863, I opicsof l imes Will ( oil r I Ref used to Enter- ((Union! Explodes Jo Pa Bn RothermeJ, of dried by Judge to sally forth a job and send md .•el he Reading John M info the one-third * support Butler Dr Chevalier Jarl his regular duties at t v erst tv Medical Celite today despite jir-nd si » ‘ ’ ( I f!,(    ■    •    •    I...* iidrd with a truck The internationally the fore were broken. son perform* 'I e Temple Uni-Philadelphia. juries suffered u'ornobsle col- I GI* M VE < I lit MOM! s E‘ WTI (rip u econ 'n bi;. BiS.' The Philftdf tuition, one if? kind in the into rom rn nu. lo; it hoists its flu the Delaware Of Da t bv cm ic Yacht Chih. at ie oldest etui)* of will formally go afternoon when the club house on near the mouth tain 5ppeal cd 51 an Durned Beer License* ria im int: Plant; Arc Injured at Re-Man v R FU M ii mci. itherme C.t on ha cd Judge serf ion and frired bv md rd) •a a* W t ■ arn* towaras me », Mrs. Katherin of Absecon, N J. I wts graduand from P Tu* sd ay. and yes'trday b fort Judge Broomall Mac Dad) to answer de-non-support charges pre-his wile The tentative placed on him, with the ne that he is to report to lev, Palmer, prnba- AIR TRAM. OF YANK AVIATOR T cfh nenv but the Uni tad Pres: t was indicated ‘ information the payment .September student at ’urn to Ohio M sir Mu bael. MI Prince, \ Glow I—Villa Que Toh Roses. Assyrian H agtail. I—Dr Nvntax, Little Wing. \hitihi, Mhlone l.a*s, ( aptive. I hen Ro-( hester. '*—NI s Betty, Ri\er lee. Rubberneck. I— Nonej. 5—Pea org Chrl i,(Ke Pie(\. 6— Deserve. In*h xiaiden *—The Orleanian Oregon I ir ll irrl Hepp*. -panish Indian Heather, Gear, trark fast. ( ontinued on Page I wo I I MC POLE Wil l. I AEE F'-ar if. expressed bv residents ii the vicinity of Third street near Lloyd street, that a po> carrying service wires of the Philadelphia Electric! Company will topple over and damage their homes Th® pole. Jot ated on the north side of ’he street about 85 fee’ cast of Lloyd street, is rot'cd mote than half wa J through at the bes" and ■» h th® wight of the wit-"* It is feared th® pol'' v ill b® puil®d ejonn on * he roe' of one of the houses in th® section. a he is mal engineer ' rn J H Ward Bink ir RothermG the dei d to B"1 Air. Md ll. 1929. while he wa P M C He did not UU* tltfghtd ii lit ary Institute, taking me on refile his bride with him. He later left that 'rboo! arid enrolled at Swarthmore College. He eventually left there and < ontinued on East Page •*!IK 'IVN* KRG I III It HI RE f, Local polk:" have been req un the Department of Public WH Pittsburgh Pa    to is arch U Cark '•'>t ~ vee! to br a r"id rh cifv. whose brother James Clark, died a' Mayview ’ Wrrdav Follovin" receipt of the word from Pittsburgh local offir^-s bcqan a chrrk-up ,n an effort to find th® local man. li-rr Mattern s r urrent ■j;............-    "    y."I » I 11 W" round-the-world flight attempt. Tile first rase to come be!Ore the Delaw a ie County Court, in connection wit ii 3 2 per cent beer, we* presented yesterday bv Attorney Karl Johnson, who asked Judges From field, Broomall and Mar [.Jade to override the decision of County T rcH‘ in cr William Dsckcl. who had i of use (J to grant a Bren e to J. M Diamond, of 7323 West Ch) ’<• r pike, ; Upper Dalby. The coart i'fused to I entertain the appeal. Attorney Johnson said that a II* tense had been issued to James Flood JI , for Hie ‘ame prim, r A! the tune, Flood was a partner of Diamond hut withdi' a from the bu* inc ss and t»*ok the licet, e with him Flood has refund to transfer the firense. the attorney informed •he court and Diamond made application to the county t:ca urer on June 6 Mr Johnson ‘aid he could find nothing in the law to prevent more than one license being issued for any property, although As s lant District At torn' , c William Kl aff Jr. said he had adv; cd the treasurer not. to issue a .second Ii" n e for the plat) J Judge Fronefteld pointed out that no appeal could tx* considered unless 30 da vs’ notice is given the county treasurer Judge ?' cDade expressed the opinion that ’'there is nothing in the act p'-rmiffing issuing a license after June I,” and declared that Diamonds application was "too late ’* Acting on an interpretation made bt At tome'. General Schnader. Treasurer Dickel like treasurer* In man' other counties has issued ll cen*e* after .lime I but the'' are ail to expire by June I next year. lo ORTH ARLINGTON N J. June •UP» An explosion in the cellu-d reclaiming plant of the Ainert- n Pyrolqxion Waste Company, ur b show" red flaming bits of eel-oid over several hundred bathers the Passaic river and over a resi-ntial section, left a toll of nine d and 175 persons injured the plant. The known today. Fire destroyed cause of the blast was not known Horning particles shot upward with terrific forte to a height of about .500 fret. according to witnesses, ‘hen mushroomed and flowered down in a radio* of 250 feet Four nearb’. dwellings (aught fire and burned to the ground three others were badly damaged bv fire, and a garage was destroyed. The known dead Mr Jo eph Klltrh, 53 Mildred Klitch, 17, her daughter. LMI.»n Apple va rd, 4 years old Mrs. Susan Appl'yard, hor mother. George Dale, father of Mrs. Apple-y ai d. Mrs Esther Dale, his wife. Mrs. Josephine [.atone >4. Thomas Moiilinowski, 22. R P. Kelly. The Klitch and Dale families were burned to death in their homes. Mrs. Latone was drowned after her clothes caught fire as she was watching lier children swim She leaped into th® river. Her body was recovered Score* of persons were treated fm burns at the scene bv ambulance Burgeons and druggists.    i 'I"* weatherman p'obahlv read a bout o many college commence-men! • and handed out a few degree* himself yesterday. The heat didnt affect anyone in oui new room yesterday Were so used to hot air from salesmen and visitors to this department If this weather keeps up we look for th'1 different nudist camp* to try to outstrip rarh other. It isn t stretching matters a bit. to sav that these new bathing suit* the girls are wearing are certainly producing some snappy styles. Chef A. Keyes came eau to mak* it hot for some of our county residents If yesterday .* weather is any indication, he certainly succeeded. New-; emanating from Media divorce courts only prove that soul mates do not always remain sola mates. Our literary critic tells u that tha condition in which a man keeps b * library is an indication of his character In other words we see our shelves as other* see us. Liquor valued at 425.900 w'g seized in Yeadon Maybe there is something to this rum being rn thin county. J he    Vt earlier WASHINGTON, June IO—Weather fore. ast—E astern Pennsylvania: Partly cloudy with possible local thundershower* Sunday and in south and west portions tonight; not much change in temperature. Western Pennsylvania:    I’a r t I v cloudy, possibly local thundershowers ionight and in south portion Sunday; not much change in temperature. TOBA I *S TI MEER ATI RES b a rn. 7 a rn. 8 a rn 9 a. rn. 74 Kl a m. 76 ti a rn. 76 Noon ,. 78 I p. rn. •— •»« < 78 RO 82 84 ;