Chester Times (Newspaper) - June 15, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania
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57TH YEAR—NO. 17,620.
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ACCORD NEAR ON STABILIZATION OF THE C. S. DOLLAR
Cox, I . S. Delegate, Reveals Britain and France on Verge of Agreement
Official Announcement Expected ; Dollar-Sterling Bate Rumored as $4.05
LONDON. United Stall France arc on the merit for de facto
tine 15—1 UPI- The Great Britain and ie verge of an agroe-abilizatinn of the dollar and the pound, James M, Cox. of the United States delegation, informed the United Press today.
We were extremely dose to an accord this morning," Cox said The negotiations are so delicate in detail that they can be upset, but barring unforseen developments, I believe an announcement will be made .soon," Asked whether $4 to the pound be a fair guess, he replied, “it would shoot very clone to the mark."
It was widely rumored in the financial district that the dollar-stenng rate on which agreement had virtually been reached was $4 05,
The Bank of England .sent a letter to banks and stockbrokers today, advising them about dealings In the dollar, in view of war debt and currency stabilization developments.
The full contents so far had not been divulged, but it was believed the step might possibly indieated a de facto Anglo-American agreement on stabilization is imminent.
It was not believed however, that Britain would want rigid stabilization until the World F.conomic Conference has made definite progress on its monetary deliberations.
“Approximate" stabilization is the 1 British idea of getting around the difficulty of at present fixing a rigid parity for the pound and dollar. Britain is anxious to get an early agreement to prevent dollar filurtua-tions , threatening to eliminate Britain's export trade margin.
Therefore, although she feels it is a little early lo attempt rigid stabilization. even on a non-permanent basis, she is willing to enter a purely
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RECOVER BODY OE
Th" body of Albert Lank*. 24 years old, of 1520 South F.ttings street. Philadelphia, who was drowned in I riper’* quarry last Sunday afternoon. was recovered yesterday afternoon at 3 30.
George Hughes, a diver of this city, a member of the Felton Fire Company, found tile body wedged under a discarded tank, in what is known as the second I mper quarry, located near the Baltimore Ar Ohio railroad The bodv of the young man was removed to the morgue of Deputy Coroner Horace B. Griffith, at Norwood, where identification was made by his father. Gustave W. Lank*.
I ater it was claimed by a Philadelphia ^undertaker.
L\nk*. who was unable to swim. had gone out to the quarry with a party of companions and decided to go in bathing to escape the heat, It is believed that he stepped from a shallow ledge into a deep hole in the pools and sank from sight.
Search for the bodv was kept up until yesterday after-
Foilowung his imposition of sentences on a man and woman convicted of being implicated in the operation of a disorderly house in this city. Judge Albert Dutton MacDade. at Media, this morning said:
'The Chester police are to bi commended for raiding this place" 'referring to an establishment In the 300 block West Third street!.
One would think the whole city is sin-ridden, judging by some .sensational articles published in the newspapers There are Just as many respectable citizens in Chester, and as free of vice, as in any citv of irs size in the country, but it is places like this one 'again referring to the Third street establishment> that give scandal mongers a chance to picture as Sodom and Gomorrah.
• Why don't they train their guns on other cities, instead of Chester? Some of the best people on earth live in Chester and Delaware county, but it is a seaport and. of course, everyone is not free from crime
If I were to let these defendants off the rry would go up of a "system', from thoro who listen to the groveling.* of rats "
CHAMBERLAIN TO HEAD MISSION ON DEBT REVISION
Chancellor, Bitter Opponent of Payments, ('Moire to Represent Britain
BRITAIN PAYS Kl MILLION IIN IV AR DEBT TO I . S.
$113,605,291 Due Today Erom 15 Nations; Some to Default
Parley AV e I c o rn ed B ii t Roosevelt AA ill Alake No Promises of Revision
U. S. DELEGATES ARRIVE FOR I.ONDON CONFERENCE
WASHINGTON June 13 Washington awaited today from many nations of their pl garding payment of war debt ments due on flus date, thou day came as an anti-cliina? yesterday's stir over the Britts menu
Italy, Finland Czechoslovak perhaps some other natic peeled to follow Britain’s and pay about IO per cent, instalment due pending nrgi *tt lenient
\kia and were exexample . of the otiationa thr
continuously noon. •
WFSTTOWN SC HOOL EXERCISES
Dr Frank Aydelotte, president of Swarthmore College, was the commencement speaker yesterday a; the annual graduation exercises held by
students received diplomas from James F. Walker, principal.
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| WASHINGTON, June 15 'UP'-
The Treasury net balance for June 13 was $271.690 031 76 Expenditures that day were $8,663.798 83 Custom receipts for the month through June 13 were $9,307,263.65.
HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY
(Bf Inned Press)
AT CONN AI CHT I* XKK
I—Omar Vitus, Brooklin ttan.
3—— i None.)
4—Hazel llupps. Son* and Hance Man, Skid.
Jr7—Marion Ormont, ’Miranto, Nim* Sun, Wm. Allrn. .lr Weather, cloudy; track, fast.
Appointment Depends on AA helher He AA ill Be Acceptable to I. S.
LONDON. June 15 'UP) Neville Chamberlain, Chancellor of the Exchequer and in the past a oitter opponent of war debt payments to the United States, is being considered affile head of a debt revision mission to be sent to Washington soon, the United Press learned today.
The Treasury confirmed reports that the $10,000,000 silver payment on the war debt annuity due today would be .shipped to New York shortly The Treasury is negotiating for a .ship and expected to complete transport arrangements today.
Chamberlain s appointment depends upon whether he will be acceptable to the United States Government If Washington prefers the British delegation to be led by a Treasury ex. pert, the choice probably will lie Sir Frederick Iroith-Ross, economic adviser to the Government.
Political leaders and the British press united today in approving the $10 000 000 temporary war debt adjustment with the United States, but
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RE BE KA HS NAME
(HESTER AV OM AN
ERIE, Pa.. June 15 INS' Mrs Francis M. W’alker of Philadelphia today was elected president of the Pennsylvania Ixidge of Rebekahs meeting in convention here.
Other officers named were Mrs Garnet Drake, Pittsburgh, vice presi
dent; Mrs. Josie M. Brother.son Erie, warden; Mrs Martha R. Perry. Philadelphia, secretary, and Mrs. F.lva G. Morrow’, Pittsburgh, treasurer.
Appointive posts were filled as follows Mrs. Olive Lindley. Chester, marshal; Mrs. James Lentz Bloomsburg. consul; Mrs Elza Zeigler. Philadelphia, chaplain, Mrs. Florence Hallam. Greensburg, inside guardian; Mis Annie Birdsall, Indiana, outside guard.
KODY OF DROWNING VICTIM IDENTIFIED
The body of the man drowned in Chester river on Sunday night, and recovered Tuesday, was identified yesterday as that of Gasper Helpa, 39, former resident of thr western section of the city Identification was made by a brother who viewed (he body at the morgue of Deputy Coroner E F. White, Third and Norris streets.
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NEW YORK June 15 'INS' — Frank (Lefty) O’Doul, outfielder, and Bill Clark, southpaw pitcher, were traded today bv the Brooklyn Dodgers to the Giants for Sam Leslie, first baseman, in a straight player deal.
for a permanent debt problem.
From France, B' Igium and others notes wire expected explaining that they were defaulting Altogether, $143.605 294 is due from 13 nations in the dav's semi-annual debt transactions It seemed likely that the United States actually would collect considerably less than $15,-000.000
President Roosevelt announced he was accepting $10,000,000 offered bv Britain on account of her $75 930 000 instalment. London however, said the payment was to be in silver tendered to the United States at the rate of 50 cents an ounce as authorized
by a recent art of Congress. With
silver *ellmg for only 36 cents an ounce, the payment actually would amount to only $7,200,000, under IO per cent.
President Roosevelt, announcing the partial British payment, made clear that it w’as merely a payment on account and was not being ac
cepted as fulfilling the whole instalment or as promising debt revision On the other hand. he did view it as saving Britain from the onus of default.
At thp same time the President
said he would receive, “as soon as convenient," British representations for revision of its whole S4 OOO onoOOO debt to this country. He reiterated
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BEAV PRESIDES AS OIL PRUIM ( KRS MEET
CHICAGO June 15 UP* Oil producers met today in Chicago to seek agreement on planned production in accord with the udmimstraMon s Industrial Control bill.
Committees representing nearly every oil production a&socaitioft in the country were present a* the meeting* began at the Stevens Hotel. The gathering Ls sponsored by the American Petroleum Institute Agreements covering hour* of work. wages and busine** practices are sought.
Chairman of the meeting 4* J Edgar Pew, Sun Oil Company, Philadelphia. Other committee mcmbcis include H F. Sinclair, Consolidated Oil Corp, New York. C B Ames, Texas Company. New York; K R. Kingsbury, Standard Oil Company of California, and Amos L Beaty, Phillips Petroleum Company. New York.
Various independent producers are also represented Twenty-four organizations were invited by the petroleum Institute to co-operate.
At a later date corresponding action will be sought by the marketing division of the industrry under tive* leadership of C E Arnott, Sacony-Vactium Corp , New York
SI RY EY TO AA’ER
IS DISMANTLED <*
With the same speedy work with which they constructed their temporary 90-foot survey sighting tower, engineers of the United States Coast and Geodetic Survey Department yesterday removed the structure from its temporary position alongside thr Theodore Hyatt Memorial Observatory on the highest spot of the Pennsylvania Military College campus The tower, constructed last Saturday. was used by the calculation group of engineers for .several days I and the engineers having finished ; all work to b#’ done from that location. the structure wa* dismantled and will be moved to another section for continuance of the survey work ’Ihe tower, made of structural steel girders of a light gauge, was fastened with quickly removable pins and was dismantled by two workmen in a few hours and packed on trucks
SYKES GOES BEFORE V. S. GRAND JURY; IO INDICTMENTS
Former Constable Spends Several Hours on Stand hour Other Jailed Officials Await* ing Turn to Testify Six Women in Group
Keyes Says IOO More Subpenas Will Be Served and He Is Confident 40 Indictments Will Be Returned IO Days More of Probe
Rive IHI le»i ex-officials, mom! whiec boats docked at Chester, xv nm en xx ere among the ti rat hat by the (»o\ eminent to (lelnhia today xx hat t h
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WASHINGTON, June IS (UP) $236.000 000 Naval building po solving construe dup* within the is announced today bj Navy Swan
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William J at Linwood
>hown as they arrived in Plvmouth. Filmland. aboard the ' Economic (nnfrrrnro in l ondon arr lh se four monbi > <•
F’lttman, of Nevada; Secretary of State ( ordell Hull. fie pi *
Ralph XX Morrison
S I’rc-idriit Roosevelt for flu* momentous XX *»rlet Hi* XiiiriH.in delegation, left to ?ii;ht "senator Key enf.itive Samuel I), Xii Ko Holds, of I rnnrwe, and of texas.
P.O. PROJECTS TO BE REVIVED
STATE (LO. I*. ( ALLS ME ETI NC* .ll NE
PORT! (JAE 0. KAS
E.D.R. FAILS IN EEI ORT TO END SENATE HOLD-UP
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New Federal ('Hester on Arf cd Upon
Building List to
IAR IEE TRIKE Confers AA itll Authors til
Amendment to A ets’ Bill; Reaches No Agreement
tonner named meadow Gem go broughl Univ h Ex-c w it ne**
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rate at Holden. md and sheriff were brought, s Farm by McCullough an from Hie Ka. f a guard mat able Svkes called this rn nd shortly aft oclock this aft
made a IOO ad* ucd and < utor calmly lent that at lei be handed
io were pres-D Harvey
of the Fourth former cou-• ph Czekay, bester town-former con-* Jose Runtier, the first four from B roadbed Keeper Runder was em peniten-
Delegate Telia Country I* turn til (Add Standard
( onterence repares Re-
WASHINGTON. June 15 As soon as President Roosevelt gives the word the Federal government is ready to embark on a $6,000 OOO building program in Pennsylvania.
Th** largest project Ls I he new courthouse at Philadelphia wit Ii a cost limit of $2,610,000 The program also includes dozens of post offices. I
Work on Hie program w as sos-1 pended when the new administration look office. All available money was taken for the Forest Conservation Army.
With part of the $3,300.000 000 appropriated for lh** industrial recovery program, the Treasury Department experts to turn on full steam in rushing to completion those projects outlined in it* program
Pennsylvania postoffice project*. with their limits of cost, include Hazleton, $72 000; Darby. $94 OOO;
Towanda, $90,000; Harrisburg, $675,-000; Faston, $180,000, Ardmore. $135.-000. Bala-Cynwvd $81,000, Columbia, $94 500, Dovle.stown. $65,500;
Drexel HUL $81,000; Ephrata. $91,-000; Haverford, $72 (KW, Lititz, $81,-000; Mahanoy City, $99,000; Mount Joy. $72,000; Muncy, *81.000, Red Lion. $72,000; .Sellersville, $72,000,
Wayne $81 OOO; Ambler, $81 OOO,
Bloomsburg. $130 500; Chester, $487,-000, and Pottsville. $292 500
IM (.KON XX AS FXH XI SIFI)
Yesterday an exhausted carrier pigeon alighted In the vard at the rear of the home of A W Pikerton, of Wellington avenue, Chester Plaza.
Tile bird I* banded with *wn bands, ATHENS < one of bra end the other of hard Groero ha n rubber The latter is marked with of intention the numbers 3681 and the date Aug- stahmnt dro ust 31. ill was annos
FRANCE, GREETS WILL DEFAULT
Noli' From Paris explains W hy Payment of AA ar Del it AN ill Not Bt* Alef
I ON DON, June ary hurdling of the tex war debt mal* improved a (nursing of the plenary lo Economic Con
PARIS . em men States a r stood ann default lbs day, as it due la. ! I The note in detail being met. 'I der*mod to i> arguments p the Deer mb* i • Default b' cr ally expect tile Chamber opposed to fij; at least until of the debt J attempt I to obtain ment du* led to ox
however rec*use there had i Washington of nee to discus* a llrment.
(Mon, headed by •nrge* Bonnet in cinter Da ladler. )sevelt*a reply to dewing last Druid say whether lowed to confer making at least Of the two delta! ive* of ma |or •lr spec hps. and a of impatience speech-making minister Jose da
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2-A E AROLD BOY
DROWNS IN POM)
of a 4-year-old girl rig truck driver to tile et ta pond, Yeadon on where he dragged the dead body of her
President Said to Be Ready In Veto Measure; Halls Vacation Plans
WASHINGTON, June Is (UP) An hour *nd a half conference today between President Roosevelt and Ben -at or* Cutting and Ste! wer, co author* of the amendment to libel afire the veteran*' payment*, failed to produce art agreement looking to speedy action toward adjournment of Conin vs.
'I he President, In * last, minute effort to break tile Congiessional dead-lo# k over veterans' economies, confr) red with Senators Steiwer, and Cutting at the White House today. Thr H’eiwri-Cutting amendment liberalizing economies, approved by the Senate last night, has been opposed bv the President.
Meanwhile, House Democratic leader* (ailed a party caucus in a final effort to settle the controversy which lias threatened all plan* for early adjournment, a presidential veto of the independent offices bill wa* prom I rod mile.'* veterans appropriation* meet the chief executive* wishes.
It was Indicated at the White House that th** President already Du - a V#-tO rn** .age prepared for the bill
the first nmg. taking IO o'clock, noon he wan
.still on the stand, evidently having made a long di "i tat ion on conditions as he knew limn it is believed th* government is pinning lot* of fa it hi on Hvkcx’ revelations Other witness! % who were grouped rn the comd..i» included Edward Bi liner and his son, FldwarcL Jr; Edgar (i Davis, former state de-
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BEAUTY EX KING S HEIR WEDS
Currav. 2. son of George inker of Yeadon, rid while playing ■e Ervin Einstein, ri her erie*, took the child F it/gciald-M# rev Hospital, t i *1 ort* to resuscitate him
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AT LIM OLN FIELDS
I—Twisted Thread*., Gaerie, Infinity, Black Comet, Barashkova, Mora un, Xaldosta, Gracious Gift.
I—Trap Lou, >ignal Light, Busy Jay, Little Patriot, Smuggled In. Grand Rock, I. am po rte.
3—I forme. Gum Tree, Fire F lash. Polly* Follv, Golden -"prav, Flag Maiden, (.olden Sun. Black Mock
4— i None.)
7—Inglewood. F irst Regiment.
R—Hnpulikit. Tomrm Tickle, F’renrh Knight. Prince Mexican, Finnic. Weather, clear; track, fast.
MVV WIANS HEAR St IT DROPPED PATRIOTIC TALK
( hcster draws Against
Physician AN ith-( [larges Made Phila. Publisher
Flag Day Is N nond a y ( lergx man
Observed at Al e e t i ii g; Is Speaker
Farm in Hurry
Forty replies to an advertisement announcing a chicken farm for sale was the result of a classified advertisement, attesting to the pulling power of Chester Times want ad.s, according to John La-cusch 305-307 Highland avenue.
“Did I have any replies to my advertisement? I should say I did; I had at least 40 It certainly does pay to insert an advertisement in the Chester Times We had about 15 inquiries the first day the ad was in My phone rcng constantly,” was Mr. Lacusch'g comment.
Charge* of conspiracy and criminal libel against Clement H Cong-rion, publisher of a Philadelphia weekly newspaper, were dropped in court at Media yesterday afternoon Congressman Benjamin Golder, of Philadelphia, with Attorneys Howard Kirk ana V. alipin Robinson, appeared before Judge VV Roger Prone-field after Assistant District Attorney C William Kraft, Jr., had in-
lormed the Court the pileate prosecutor wished to withdraw th* charges.
Congressman Golder said that the alleged libelous matter had been
printed in good faith," but an in
vestigation had shown that “a great injustice had been done."
The charges were brought by Dr J Hume Miller, of this city, who was accused in Congdon's paper on December 29. 1932, of “cutting whiskey'' stocked in his drug store. Dr. Miller obtained from the Federal prohibition authorities a clear bn; of
heal h concerning sales of liquor.
Defense attorneys stated that their investigation showed that the article had been printed “on false mforma-
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"Loyalty, courage, devotion and patience were advised yesterday by Rev William Barrow Pugh, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, in a stirring Flag Day address before the Kiwanis Club at the meeting held yesterday in the Y W C. A. buildings. 8* ;cnth and Sproul street*, as the best means tow aid being worthy of the blood and other sacrifice given to found and maintain the nation and to keep the American national colors untarnished Rev. Pugh began his address with the tracing of some of the major instances of sacrifice in American history, beginning with the hardships endured by the Puritans and the early pioneers, who opened the interior of the country. He then led up to tiro Civil War and the firing on Fort Sumter, and then after the Sumter engagement, the numerous incident* of heroism, as that of Colonel Lincoln Ellsworth, killed while raising the American flag at Alexandria, Va The speaker told of President Lincoln gazing at Ellsworth’s body and repeating the following. "My boc, my boy, was it necessary that this sacri-
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a uming charge of police a single arrest having been tin; city yesterday Kinsley, Penn street near
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let, arrested Tuesday Iv conduct charge, wa
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NOT AFCFPT Till: INVITATION
hinted today Hint Mi* Elliott Roc*' veil, daughter-in-law of Pi evident and Mrs Roosevelt, will i•ri.;*ii) a' thr home of tin parents M and Mr William H Donner, of Villanova during her husband s residence in Nevada, preliminary to experted divorce proceedings Mi Franklin D Roosevelt, on her return from a visit to lier son, El-1 lott. said that the young Mr* Roosevelt was expected as a summer guest at Campobello Island, off New Brunswick, Canada The possibility I hat she may go to Reno to get her divorce, instead of being represented there by an attorney, is one consideration which !.- causing Mr- Elliott Roorovelt to defer tier decision to accept the invitation received by letter from the wife of the Piesident, last Tuesday.
teethe; William Gardner former deputy rotatable; Vincent Massey, of I Inwood, former private detective; thomas Connolly Brookhaven, for-mer constable; William Roberts, former deputy sheriff. The names of the six women were not made public. They wrie kept in a side room apart from the prying eye* of spectators, Not a few of the lib pen** are declared to Im* intended for sailor* who have landed cargoes of rum off Chester. A spokesman declared that the government has ample evidence of the ninny deal* of this nature along Hie waterfront.
Die proceeding are being vie wed with mixed feelings by thousands of residents of the city and county. Some of the principals in variou* 'racket*' since the war are exhibit-
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AVA UM KR WEATHER
IS ON THE WAY
I tir, with slowly rising tempera-
lure, is the prediction today and to-tnoirow o J tern Pensylvania. New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland The highest temperature here ye*-terd.cv w.c. 64 degrees, at. 2 p. rn. and the lowc t was 52. at 7 a rn, which equaled the minimum record for th* date established in 1875 T*he average of >8 was t fit rf cen degrees below normal for the (tate and ten degree* below the average June 14 last year. M c im rn temperature for the dat* I* 92, established in 1913.
Sunrise today wa,*, at 5 31 a. m-end sunset wdl be at 8 31 p. rn., Eastern daylight saving time.
I opicsof l imes
If yesterday'* cation of what
proprietors will winter.
w* tiber is any mdi-ahcad, beer garden ha." a lonesome hard
JURY ACQUITS FORMER BOXER BARTY ‘CRASHER’ AWAITS SENTENCE
('hanew! AA ith Disrupting ‘Beer Nitfht* (YIehration (>ther ( Hurl ( ast's
A party, which ll 8.
was held in Anack Avenue, Co tsher." Pat
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Marriage of Hon Alfonso, eldest son of exiled King Alton <* of ^pain. lo this beautv, 'ronnrita Fdelmira Sampedrn, of ( uba, means that he forfeits all right* to inherit throne, if an* IU* rnvsl father opposing fi., % menage to commoner, has disowned him. and hi» brother, Don Jaime, is now Prince
Night," Apr shop, on Balker from which a "cr Bride, of Clifton av# nue Col w;ts forcibly evicted, was ti of a trial before Judge VV Ft onefold, at Media, yesterday
Tile prosecutor W. A. Moo ley, Parker avenue. Collingdale opened the testimony by affirming that as a .'penal deputy appointed bv the burgess of Collingdale, lie was struck in the face while attempting to evict McBride from the party. Mousley charged assault and battery, resisting arrest and striking an officer, al-tbough It was alleged by John V. Diggins, defense counsel, that Mousley was never dilly or lawfully appointed to th** otffi «• he claims.
The trial narrowed down to the fifer, that Mousie’., acting on the assumption that he was an officer, attempted, of his own free will and through no request of his host, to give -hr burns rush" to McBride who, in the ensuing scuffle happened to hit the quasi-police officer.
Another man, Joseph Convery, also
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( Dimpled by Media Jury of Having Violated the Liquor Laws
Jack McCauley former local pugilist, and Charles DeGodt, aho of this city, were convicted of violating the liquor laws and conspiracy, in a case tried before Judge Watson R Davidson, arising out of the operation of a cabaret in the IOO block East Sixth street, this city,
The place was raided by State police on March IO and a quantity of liquor and beer found behind a bar seized. The bar was presided over by DeGodt. More than a score of patrons were dancing to music furnished by a Negro orchestra, when the raiders entered, it was testified.
McCauley, a resident of the Eleventh ward, was convicted on the testimony of Felix Shulkaitis, a former resident of this city, who said that he was hired to decorate the cabaret bv McCauley, who told him that he was the owner. When McCauley failed to heed repeated demands for payment, Shulkaitis swore out a complaint, which resulted in the raid. McCauley is also serving a three-year sentence for violating a parole. He and De Godt will be sentenced tomorrow.
Samuel Kemp, of the Sr hen ley
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Tiler# no truth in the rumor that Eddie Bruner wants a job as lifeguard at th*' D* dicing Park wading pool
IL'1'n I P.Arr of Ohio. ha.-, been
appointed assistant secretary of state, It s mer to know that the government is thinking of at least one other paver besides the taxpayer.
xx tit all the report* of fartoriex
re-opening and men going back to work. we may soon have a major problem in what to do with our jobless relief workers.
Chicago announces the invention of noiseless street cars with rubber w heels. Noa# if someone would just invent a noiseless saxophone, lift would be complete.
A West End barber, in a fired con-ie:’, shaved himself in 49 econds. Ha probably scored a slashing victory,
Very likely that Kansas I by who w iller <>rj 35 rem,, ,incj coughed up a dime the of he* day was a hanker'* child that lias learned to operate on a restricted basis from his dad.
One of the intel!- t of 'he office (ells us that the c .trly bird often ge’a his own breakfast
I lie Weather
XX ASHING ION, June IS— (UP) — The weather forecast:
F.astern Penn*) Iv ama and New Jersey—Partly cloudy with slowly rising temperature tonight and Friday
AAV Ste rn Pennsylvania--P artly cloudy and warmer tonight and Friday possibly showers in extreme north portion tonight.
TOD A VS It MPERAT URES
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55 Noon ........63
56 I p. .......64
56 2 p. til.......66