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Chester Times (Newspaper) - June 19, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NKT PAID CHUT PATIOS FOR TW ELVE lONT.iS, FN 111N C DECEM BKR 31. 1932 20,328 FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ★ With All Latest and Best New* of the Day 57TH YEAR—NO. 17.623. I "used WIr#> Report* md Intimation*! Ne? United Pre«« Service ( INS i UP I CHESTER. PA.. MONDAY, .ll NE ID, 1933 STAM) ON TARIFF    KIDNAPERS    FREE    ,M’,:s-A“ RANSOM.FREED HOO IMI'I.OM AS KOR IN (ITA PARKS ('ll KST KR URAM' A THS BY U. S. IS BASIS FOB DISCUSSION Observers Puzzled by Mull’s Signature on Proposal of IO Per t ent. London Meeting looses Mope for Immediate Stabilization of Dollar UN. Jur Id WASHING' As a further ws ornmcnt dws ne into any prom world economic conference. Secretary of State Phillips Joined rn denial that the delegation had proposed ti n th.* INS)-lis gov force< intend to tire agreement at tire ting (day American i ten per cent, horizontal reduction in tariffs Phillips said the State Department had received assurance from Secretary of State Hull, chairman oi the American delegation, that no such proposal had been made Hull explained in a tel gram to the department that a ten per cent tariff reduction had merely been suggested as a basis for discussion. Phillips emphasized that this did not constitute an announcement of the American position on tariffs. FONDON. June 19- ■ UP* The proposal for a flat IO p#*r rent, cut in tariffs submitted to th* World Economic Conference Saturday as an American suggestion, but later repudiated by Senator Key Pittman, member of the United States delegation. was sponsored by Secretary of State Cordell Hull, delegation chief, to the extent that he signed the letter that accompanied it, the United Press learned today. The secretariat of the economic commission had received no request today fot withdrawal of the proposal, which suggested also extension of the tariff truce whereby signatories agree not to erect further tariff barrier and encouragement of bi-lateral treaties for tariff I eduction. Observers, puzzled bv the conflict represented by Hull’s signature on the letter that accompanied the document to the commission secretariat, and Pittman's insistence that it was not an official proposal of the American delegation, saw the possibility of disagreement within the American delegation. Pittman, in a statement yesterday, asserted that ‘ No such proposal was submitted by the delegation'. He said American technical adviser* * may have" submitted such a proposal as "a basis for discussion". Chairman Hcndrikus Colijn, of The Netherlands, told the Economic Commission when it reconvened today that with the addition of Cuba and Venezuela, 50 nations, representing more than 85 par cent, of world trade, had adhered to the tariff truce. Jugoslavia Is the only European nation that has not agreed Collin ignored Pittman's disavowal in announcing the commission had received proposals from *'Russia, Po- C on tin afd on Last Page K IWAN IA NS WILL AWARD MEDALS GET BIG RANSOM William Hamm Reaches Home in St. Rani. Minn., I ninjured, But Tired William Hamm (above I, 39. millionaire president of a M Paul. Minn.. brewery, held by kidnapers Him threatened him with death unlc^** a heavy ransom iu« paid, was lib- fjy, erated this morning. ‘Somew hat S100.000’ I ('nllapscs ST. PAUL. Mini William Hamm, millionaire blower Wyoming. Minn Saturday night, what less than $ abductors had or William Dunn, the Theodore Ha of which Hamm notified at Duluth tor Charles Tiern drove south to pie Hamm reached Paul at 8 30 a t into the house th Hamm was qu* He was salt Less Raid; T Ii a n Mother I up.- I inuit i-axed near payment. hich the Imp Pa Through the co-operation of th. Young Mens Christian Associatior and the Delaware County Division o Recreation plans are being complete* for a series of open air motion pie Jure shows to be given in the park throughout the city with the project mg machine of the association to b< used in the summer evening enter tc.inments. Those who are Interested in tht development of the plan for free entertainment in the public parks arf Samuel J Sterrett, general secretary of the Y M C A ; Walter Craig. »•; the city council, who Is in charge oi the parks; William H Krell. who chairman of tile recreational rim. *ton, and Chester ! Nan cl, of th; Y M C, A staff, who is also ."err ta i v of the division PrcHminun plans for the outdoor recreation wen pr>.-'nted to Councilman Craig thi* morning by the secretary of the con nutter and met with the councilman > immediate approval. (HARGES GRAH (OI LE(TEI) IN UPPER BARBA sums STH,i, skar( ii KOR JIMMY MATTURN I lianes E Sanderson, secretary of he school district, assisted by a force if the office personnel is busy with he preparation of more than six mildred diplomas to be given out at mmmcement exercises of the ( unlit ill Man, Meld for PRICE, TWO CENTS U. S. AGENTS HERE TO CHECK HATA OF GRAND .URY .til school, junior high schools and ie grammar schools of the entire Upon each of the diplomas the a1 of the school district must be fixed and the diplomas of tile high 'hod must bear the signature of the t dent of the board, Charles I* alkin. Superintendent of Schools avid A Ward. Secretary Sanderson id George W Podlow, principal oi ic school The diplomas and critical o of gi Adnation for the lower bool*- do tint require as many mr- 1 bt it ares but must also be properly 0j alod, rolled and tied with pieces of . bbon Each Near the school board * esident is required to spend several °f mrs signing the official sheet*. NOME, Alaska, June 19 (UP)—A search by sea and air was conducted today by James Ma item, ’round the world flier, missing in the Arctic since he took off from Khabarovsk, Siberia, five days ago.    [    —-—-— '' '    1    Ship    Argonne    I    )js('loNl]TPS VT a <| a I r, , 4 stationed in the Priviioff, w ,s ready iitwiurtTS AI a Cl P lids a <i ambling: Violations,    *° a M *hrr< t Guard c .ttrL    Week Give    Offiriak Npw iii the search of the remote islands    UCiaiS    flew Of the Aleutian cham Instruction?    liOacls for the hunt came from Washington.!    ___ Ensign William A Moffett, Jr. son ‘Spills Beans’ Sins Ile ‘Haiti and Paid and Paid*; Will Give Names at Hearing of (lie late Rear Admiral Moffett, who Milton Bum Bing Expose was killed ill tile crash of the Dirtg- , • ,    ...... Linked With the Pres- REGISTRY FASE IV. NELSON TRUAX ■ REACHES FOURT PEACED ON TRIAL H( MCMATH KIDNAP CASE IN Cot RT A hearing w ill tie held in Motlier of Victim Tells _    ;    man    - Story Against I w O near collap Wyoming u**stinned bv deter. od to be uninjured but tired. Dunn and Tieriiev arrived in Du* filth at 4 a. rn., and registered at the Hotel Duluth where they announced court *t Media. Friday in they were experting a telephone call. The call to Dunn and Hamm s release occurred at approximately the same time chile*, in st Paul, a physician se had bern called to the Tome where th* kidnaped mother, was reported ppcr Darby Bcpuhliean Former Banker Charged p< 1 Grit a Tires sworn Ashby Hance W ishes to ( bange Part) F ii roll men ( W ith Embezzlement and (blier ( omits Jaw pertaining to the |)fuby (iood i Mat ions will be exer i,u‘ ** Mc and Ham man’! by Charged W ith ( rime Ma BARNSTABLE (UP1 A mothers story of naping of her ten-year-old and the agonizing hours b June 19- kid- htcr the child was ransomed was told in court hay today by Mrs Ned c. McMath. Testifying at the trial of Cyril ara‘t and Kenneth Buck, charged with ab- St. n trunk highway No. I, between the twin cities and Duluth It was on this highway that the ransom payment was made Saturday night A Hamm Brewing Co, truck and a specially designated automo-figured in th** payment t least five men were believed to n taken part in the kidnaping. The k which had been originally pestled as the ’’payoff" vehicle Fopped from the automobile north of Paul. Tile automobile proceeded bile A ducting and holding Peggy McMath north on Highway No. I to a point for $ ‘JO OOO ransom Mr?. McMath was the first member of the laniiJy to be questioned at the trial. Peggy may testify later. She was attired in a dark blue knitted suit. pale pink blouse and a blaek straw hat. Before Mrs McMath began h r sin. v. Miss Gertrude Collins, a .si tanl Cleric of the Superior Court, testified to having taken Kenneths third confession. Kenneth signed it. she stud Miss Collins testified that she asked Kenneth: "How could you do such a thing?" "I haven't had a job for a year I was desperate. I have been living on my mother for a year," she quoted his reply between Pine City and Rush City, Two automobiles drove alongside the "payoff" car and indicated th" ransom was to be thrown out. Dunn, who drove the ransom car, threw oui the currrney and continued north. In St, Paul, as soon as word was received of Hamm’s safety, police moved forward on their delayed hunt for the kidnaper*, Chief of Police Thomas Ila filii, accompanied by several aides, sped northward out of the city. Cruiser automobiles started out on raids previously determined upon to obtain information. A $28 150 reward for rupture of th..* kidnapers of Hamm, was offered today by a secret group of business men aroused bv the fourth abduction rn to determine whether a registry scssor may accept a petition for change of party enrollment of a \< when the petition is presented some one other than the voter, A writ of alternative mandamus has been allowed by Clyde Baker. registry assessor of the third precinct, Fourth ward, of Upper Darby township, to show cause why he should not receive such a petition. Judge John M Broomall allowed the writ on the petition of Archibald Dick. of 296 Lamport road. Upper Darby, which was filed by Attorneys William K. Rhodes, Albert B Marls and Matthew Randall. Dick sets forth in his petition that in 1932 he was enrolled as a Republican. He says that he was not at home when the assessor called to enroll voters last month and his enrollment was continued as Republican. The petitioner says he voted for a majority of the candidates of the Democratic party in the general clee- pat* t ion last November and lie desires to be I I once of Upper Darby and const* es for mifi s around ” are accuse. acc opting graft from Max Oru rg. manager of a carnival which pointed out ►crated In Upper Darby last week, Gruberg spilled the beans after he vs arrested Saturday night for opal mg gambling dev ices and gam -Mira, including the old shell ad tliree-card-monte. led if! 'he suckers who lew! ll was one fireman, who was or $.’2. all he had, He bc-rev cd and appealed to a big n, who got his money back. *rg aud his two concession -were arrested on warrants out bv David Bain, 202 road, chairman of the vtg-commlttec of the Upper rnment Leagu have furnish! I to Chef A. y vice 'sts in of tile hie Akron, was aboard the Argonne. The ship was in command of Captain Harry Duet Pilot* of private planes In the vicinity also sought traces of Mat-tcrn He might have landed on one the small islands in the Aleutians. cut Probe mg g game a litchi their r taken ame i SUN SHIPYARD TO lit ILI) TANKERS attorn sect Ion all over when id he paid and that the dict e As R 7 enough Information *d in the trial of W. Nelson I max, Keyes, special deputy 34 East Twenty-third street, this eral in charge of ti ’. who went on trial this morning I probe, to warrant aev orc Judge John M Broomall, I that thriving eastern irged with embezzlement, fraud- county. ut conversion, false entries and Gruberg was angry ie pretenses    he was arrested. He si hi* was stated in court by defense paid and paid n.Nfl Attomevs James L. Rankin "Tins bunch of hick cops and con-I John V Diggins, who contend stables are the worst bunch    of t tunny of the counts on which lers I ever stacked up    against    in    my former bank official has been In- i life legally outlawed    "It    seems that    constables    from District Attorney    William    every    section of    the county    carne lo is prosecuting the case,! for their shakedown, but wait until inst this move and    hopes    I get    my hearing    Wednesday    I am with J going    to reveal ti one to whom I blurted The carni of t lie pea Edgar A Davis, former prohibition agent, today continued his testimony in Philadelphia before the Federal where he could live for weeks, it was Grand Jury investigating vice, liquor and gambling conditions in Delaware county, A score of men and four women, several of whom were identified as former speakeasy proprietors, awaited their call to the jury room where they Will he a^ked to tell what they know of rumored alliances between political figures and vice and liquor Two Garners to Be Con-    operators Among the waiting witnesses wa* st meted For Sill! Oil n Harvey- Sykes. former con ab>, t,    I <109 .serving a six-year term at ( OUI|)<1 ny    Broadmeadows    Farm for extortion i and graft, who was to he questioned ... __    ,    ,    ,,    .    again. "Mike" Hr Afernan a Chester Improvement in the oil lanker sit- saloon-keeper, sentenced 'to a year imtion is further reflected bv the fact and a day in the Federal Prison at j that the Bun Oil Company has Just Atlanta two years ago, was another stat led construction on two tankers u %S it iii I he Sun .Shipbuilding aud Drvdork small army of federal agents, it Company yard here. The new vrs- 18 rumored, have been assigned to this se Is will ive identical m size with other <’°unlvJ° investigate disclosures mad<* tankers In tile company’s fleet with ’s|,,ca Federal Grand Jury began a length of 500 feet hut they will be ‘^investigation. the rn prove that offal fendt)ut is charged and •gal limitations can be linked with similar offenses outside of the statute of limitations, which would make all counts binding Judge Broomall ruled that all the testimony prepared by the prosecution may lie presented and then lf defense counsel wish to object to they may and an opinion will nded down. p names of every-patd graft,” he I disclosures were not made in tile Grand Jury room, but before United States District Attorney Ed-.    .    m..n    ward W. Wells, in an ante room. Within the last several    weeks    the    *’H!* h**    ^mining the evi. arnee of witnesses before they ara called before the jurors and what each witness says is recorded stenographically It was also whispered today that many "small timers" who have had some connection with the racket ara willing to "go along’ with the Gov-now carrying gasoline between Call- , ,n,l?'‘’l! *‘I,d tell all they know Many fort!la and Marcus Hook, while four I». . . I'T, un'’xP*Vflf,d allies may Im propelled with Hun-Doxford Diesel engines giving a speed of fifteen knots. The present ships have 3000 horsepower and a speed of 12 5 knots Sun Oil Company was not only forced to bring out all of Its Idle tankers but it was also necessary for It to charter three additional tankers from other interests to handle blere,t cd business. The company' owns and operates a fleet of fifteen tankers In ail, eight of which arr operator told .lustier Charles At cheson of °Uier* are lifting crude oil in California for the same aren The other ( ••>!(inned nu tot Pag#* MEAT AG MN GIMPS heard, hut there yet remain more than 80 subpoenaed witnesses to tell *«»* §" ex IV! III? minir mrn lur «miivi ( i. .    . three are operating between Hie Gulf    J A ! I Inquisitors Mt Keyes today declared that the government Ls seeking evidence regarding liquor law and income tax law violations. Rumors that evidence gathered be registered as a Democn In June 12, Dick claims a certificate of enrollment, enrollment as a Heme ,t.    Tile    greater    part    of    this    morning he signed was taken up with the .selection of asking for the jurors and the presentation of    ...... erat, and approximately 70 exhibits. Including    fhr.M".ld!r    J**!    "K.,nv    “ CHICAGO, June 19 (INS) Another day of sweltering heat settled KMR AND WA RVI KR (UKK IAI, KOK KC AST ( ontinued on Page -seven KOU DRIV KIL OK STL. AT I’KOSI'KCT KARK George B Bacon, vice president of this city in two year the Merchants' National Bank of Boston, told of taking $70,000 ransom money from Boston to the McMath home at Harwich two nights after tho kidnaping. He said McMath went out with it and returned in 45 minutes and gave him bark S 10.000. The money came lrcm McMaih's relatives in Detroit, th- banker trsti- An Interesting meeting has been arranged for the Wednesday noon session of the Kiwanis Club to b" held in the V. W. C A. building. Seventh and Sproul streets, where the pupils of the Chester High school who are slated to receive the K B F. scholarship medals awarded annually by the club will be guests of the Kiwanis members. Presentation of the medals is to be made by j William Craemer, chairman of tho rn K. B F HAWKS (M T POLICK; Kl NE I) sr., COSTS meeting and of th mittec who is to be assisted by Ellwood J Turner, Another feature of the meeting will be a report on tile local Kiwanis Club to be given by th" two high school pupils w*ho have been attending the weekly meetings for the past three months. COG NTN* GETS SHAKE OE G \ SOLI NE TAX HARRISBURG. Pa . June 19 <UP> ^ County chart s of the state gasoline tax collections were ready today for distribution bv the State Treasury. Each county receives one-half cent of every three cents of gasoline tax collection within its boundaries. The money bs paid in semi-annual mstal- Jtlst because he "last his head" when he walked into police station and demanded that he immediately .see a prtsoner, early yesterday morning, Lawrence Riddle, 25, of the 800 k Elsinore place, lost $29 this ning. That represented a fine com- of $25 and costs amounting to $4. Riddle was slated on a disorderly conduct charge. Acting Captain Hanley testified that Riddle became abusive when refused permission to see Lawrence Johnson. 18, of Potter street, near Sixth street, who was arrested when detected letting air out of an automobile tire, on Morton avenue Riddle railed the police official some nam»\s not found in We b-.-tcr's dictionary and ‘made a pass" at the captain before he was placed in a cell. 'Tm going to teach you to respect police officers," said Magistrate Honan as he imposed th" stiff fine on the Fifth ward youth inkey kept *. lo— I rom men In an interview after his release, Hamm said three men met him near lits house during last Thursday’* noon hour at the Theodore Hamm Brewing Company, of wtiieh he is president. Th".v forced him to enter an automobile where goggles, stuffed with cotton, were placed over his eves Before the goggles were adjusted, Ha nun said he studied the lender’s far-* carefully. Pictures of Vero resemble this man. Hamm said Hamm revealed that he was in the second story of a house rated about eight hours’ driving the twin cities After the three W'ho kidnaped him had been driving about two hours, they w *rc met by another automobile and Hamm was forced to sign four notes. STOCKS RISE VS DOLLAR CRASHES Security and GommoHiD M a rivets in Stampede of Buying authorized William Cunningham to en ne "led cheeks, bank records, etc. deliver the certificate to Baker, Ac-    The    first    witness    called    was cording to the petition, the assessor    Douglas    R    Faith,    president    of    the refused lo receive the certificate, claiming that under the law he had no authority to receive it unless it was d ‘livered personally by the voter desiring the change in enrollment A number of lnde|>rndent Republicans of Hie countv have signified their intention of enrolling as Democrats this year and a controversy has arisen on the procedure Some leaders, including Mr. Marls, contend that the enrollment certificates, signed by voters, may be presented to registry assessors bv third parties, but assessors have been refusing to accept them. claiming that the law* contemplates such certificates being presented personally by each voter. V NOT ll Eli (KASH AT BKD AND LEON I) STS. and cities baked in temperature which In nome acct Iona shattered all time records for June iovernmtn t ha he ights before sunset today | In the northwest. June records weir Another accident, in which the rear fend"r was teen off one of the vehicles and the front wheel was smashed on th * o h-r, occurred yesterday at the intersection of Third and Lloyd streets. This makes tile fifth accident in which automobiles have been damaged in collisions at the intersection of th'" two si reels since the traffic Matthew Friel, 27. of 132 Elmwood avenue. Norwood, a driver of a bakery mercur wagon, was hfld up and robbed by three bandits in a woods, near Sixteenth and F.van* avenue. Prospect Park, Saturday night, about 7 o'clock, and robbed of his days collections, amounting to about $75 The bandits are said to have rrossed their automobile in front of his br "ad wagon, dragged him from the vehicle and beat arid lobbed him. Then, according to pol ic", they struck ms horse causing it to run away. With a severe laceration of his face. Encl crawled to a nearby house. where the occupants Notified Taylor Hospital He was treated at the hospital and later discharged. Devil’s Lake. Moorhead, Mum, re ported 104 In Iowa and parts of Illinois, the topped the lOO-degtee level Kl.ANS TO OKUN IUDS KOK 17 I'. S. WARSHIPS on th# t»"fU mr rom! (IIT dan zed to ago b beini wo highways has lowing an accident ‘tween a truck and •filch resulted also done to the traffic The wlmn Third smith on Ll Got r rnmental    Expcndi- liirus Gives Businews Stimulation During Mav DD I street 7 ast on Third Mr" heel, which was r ne which the dr! LICENSES RESTORED During the week ending June 14 'hid# red a rn ments. The pre; em distribution the bureau of highway patrol and covers the period endr,d May 31. .safety restored drivers’ licenses to Dr!a^r°Unty'S ‘Sharr is statrd William Roskiily, 1123 Eleventh street, to be *74 9.4    Eddystone; Thomas F Simmons, Jr, DIES PLAYING RASER UL in the *00 btock tm Shadeland a.e- nur, Dr°xel HUI and VS. G. Wilson. While playing sandlot baseball vc?- 31*3 Davis avoue, Clifton Heights, terdav. Joseph MeGrane. 18 Phila- No revocation:    or suspensions of delphia, dropped dead fr .m a heart driving privileges were reported dur-attack. HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (R? United Press) CONN AI Cill I PARK 1—Unsettled. Victorious, Electric Gaff, Holland 2—Retainer, Spring Violet, Tetradic. 3—Highwood, le-sie t onnage, Sailor Maid. Dr. s>ntax. Jungle lair. Doorkeeper. I—Varsity, fatal Gift. Primers Pat C oventry, Jug of Gold. 5—Bainbridge. 6—Observation, Sun# hen. 7—Razeoahnppv Little Scout, Mv Fergus, Song, Dame Man and Wrack Royal. Weather, clear; track. fast. AT I INC OI N FIELDS I—Royal‘ie, Belgian Lass. mg the week ending June 14, from this counv.. STEUER SUMS UP FOR MITCHELL Lawyer for Ex-Banker Says I . S. Is Inconsistent on Income Taxes NEW YORK. June 19— <UP>^Thc Government’s charges against Chark-.*, F Mitchell are "the most unwarranted m history," Max D. Sieuer aecia red today in summing up for the defense in the case of the former National C:tv Bank chief accused of evading $850,000 in income tax#* for 1929 and 1930. The noted lawyer breathed sarcasm and scorn into his address to th#* jury. In his customary court manner, Steuer began his address in a con- rnotori many nam day. Talk ol the nmghbo council to ii the street In but nothing authentu DV NEW YORK. June IO GNS)- Security and commodity markets resumed their boom pac" today In a stampede of buying as the dollar went crashing again in world money centres.    machines w Stocks opened up spectacularly and °* ,llf‘ Hr( then went surging ahead for gains that*Third running to more tnan $3 a share    ... „ Trading wa at an < cormous pace and the high speed ticker fell 7 mltiu* behir d 0 President Roosevelt s rejection of th#* proposed Currency Stabilization Pact at the london Conference sent the dollar plunging against foreign currencies. Sterling soared more than 7 cents, topping $4 14 against. a low a few days ago of 54 02. and other foreign currencies scored weeping gains. Commodities soared with stocks. wheat rising 2 cents a bushel and    orderly    charge,    b cotton $1 a bale Speculative issues    O’Donnell,    of    Mar set a fast pace for the bond market,    evening    Murphy Curb and bank stocks were strong Patrolman Imburg Auburn bounded upward $5 while along the riverfro duPont and American Telephone spurted more than $4 U. 8 Steel Common gained nearly $3 and Con-solidated Gas $2 Union Pacific and Delaware At Hudson led the rails, the former with a $5 rn#- and the latter $4 4 Heavy developed on the uprush but th? was ab?'*bed with only a temporary secession. WASHINGTON. June 19 -tJP>-Af ting Secretary of the Navy Roosevelt announced today the department would open bids for the const ruction of 17 warships on July 28 'Die vessels to he built consisted of two artcraft carriers, one heavy trident yesterday haooened rrutser, one light- cruiser, four torpedo machine b-tng driven east on boa*- "of ^reeding LSM tonssevrn p et Trashed into the rear of ,f>tI^do boats not exee#*ding I VK) tons bine being driven north ** f AO Rubmar1nes ■ machine going . crashed a front private hared by a spar r carried on th <i her machine suf- Crews and apparatus of the Moya; amaged fender Both mensing Hook and Ladder Company irivcn from th" scene were called out at ll IO a rn yesterday in answer to a still alarm 'Die he neighborhood say firemen were called upon to extinct is used by many gutah a grass fire in a vacant lot j peed way and that adjacent to the Seventh street bridge . hlliwin# nutUv c ap" occur each over the Chester Ruer Residents of    .    ,d    .K    .2..! ^ misting a petition in the neighborhood fearing that the d to be presented to fire might endanger the wooden walk- of the bridge telephoned for the YUI pa ny md North Atlantic ports The three outside charters to the Hun Company are th#* tankers W 8 Rheems. K R THE MIDDLE WEST Kingsbury and the Trimountain , during the prosecution of the Hilton ruin ring may be used in tilt present probe was hinted yesterday. When Mr. Keyes, special prosecutor, was asked if he had discovered any-Fair and warmer Ls the forecast thing which links politicians of thai for today and    tomorrow    in Eastern    county with the Hilton ring,    he coun- u >\.    rumen!    ‘forecasters    predicted    U**nn.*ylvania.    New    Jersey, Delaware    trred "You remember th#*    evidence iat the mercury would bound to new Maryland    in the Hilton (‘•Ae, dont you'*' I he highest temperature here yes-' It was recalled that in the pres-terday was 76,    at 5    20 p    rn , and the    siltation of testimony last    February, brokeYi* when    the Temperature‘reached    wm*    "*    M m    The    Judge    Welsh, during    the trial 108 at Di. rnarrk N I) and lu4 at ',K#’ of WB" Mx    below nor- of members of the Hilton ring, fre- mal The highest temperature ever , qurnt references were made to "con-rrcorded here on June 18 was 95, in tacts" In Delaware county, to the "Big 1925, and the lowest was 54. in 1879 I      . The sun rises today at 5 32 and sets at 8 33    7 he moon rises at 2 45 a. rn and set* at 5 54 p. rn , Daylight Saving Tim!,    I .    .    *~~~— A pedestrian was injured and two (HARI# EN AMS A ELT    automomblies badly damaged in a collision at Third and Engle streets. Another case of "in-laws” was last evening 'Die victim was Albert tie,ud in police rourt today when Latshaw, 126 Penn street, who wa* William Heard, 140 East Heventh treated at the Chester Hospital for street, tesiifmd against his father-in- scalp lacerations law G K Babbitt, 33 of Deepwater, Tile motorists. Michael postich. 33, N J . who was charged with assault of 915 Booth street, and George Mal-and battery.    fltlno, of 347 ramekin street, wera Babbitt carne here yesterday to get arrested and will be arraigned for a HO from Beard ll# had been drink- hearing in police court next Friday mg, ixilire said When Beard was morning, unable to give him the cash an ar- Police say that Malritino was gument ensued and Beard was struck traveling at a fast rate on Third iii back of the head with a bottle. s,r<,,.t and crashed into Pestich’s car ii tining a deep laceration I he as ),,» emerged from Engle street, as rUm notified pollee after Babbit! he was traveling north MalfiMno’it car careened off the other machina and struck Latshaw, knocking him against a pole. GBE NT BRITAIN IN TENNIS UNAL ROI NI) Cunt (nurd on Last Page PEDESTRIAN INURED EA8TB01JRNE Eng, June 19 <UP> Great Britain gained the final round of the European Zone Davis Cup play today when Fred Perry and O I* Hughes completed the elimination of Czechoslovakia by defeating Itoderich Menzel and Franz Mar sab k 8 3.8-4.8 -4 Great Britain will not engage Australia, with the winner meeting the United State* team for the right to engage Frame in ti»e challenge round. HUGE UPTURN IN U.S. BUILDING left his home and the defendant was arrested while wailing for a ferry at tlu* foot of Flower street H aid refired to press the charge this morning and Magistrate Michael a Honan discharged him on payment, of the cost' I opiesof I i mes Y FAH T DAV MAR KKD Tile feast of Bt Anihonv was relented yesterday by the member* In All of the ship* will be constructed ards. BI.A/I NI \H BRIDCI ight restored at ha* been heard learned as to its fire RI ii RNs I ROM INTU \ GE I s ;n Days n Edward Murp I, wa- sentence; in the county a R of Prmidencf o serve thirty days rn 9 drunk and (ii -. Magistrate John ms Hook, Saturday was arrested by WASHINGTON, June 19 Figures bowing a huge upturn in expenditure, for build Inc construction during May today spurred Federal efforts to provide new business stimulation within a I* w days through aj plication of the national recovery » t Winle the organization of Hugh S Johnson, industrial adrninlstnv-tor, worked over Sunday, the Labor Department announced that indi-In May ra 128 8 per cent above April on a ba of reports from 781 cities having population of IO (MKI or over Johnson indicated his pleasure nu the report, particularly tile depart ments statement that the mcrea* over April was more than five tim# greater than shown In compar in these rwo months rn 1932 bailor officials said this wa:, th Jimmy Mat tern. the flier, is believed to have landed in some out-of-the-way place. Lots of fellow* the parish of the    Church of Bt.    Ari-    1*n,d ’n M,:.h PlaCM* but ti,ony of Padua, Third street near    no one to know it. Concord avenue    The Rev John    M    Vacation days for school children /.agura pastor    of the church    as-    thu W(.,k And sr, do head- ,Y    L’*!,'- ir <    ,’“7    fur mothers who have threa inn k /azz.Mia, of A. (ama. conducted or jour jn hool now. the ceremonies in the church which    , followed bv a street    parade    Ye    terdav wa.*.    Dads Day.    But 'brough Ute lower section of    tire city,    mo*,*    dads would    much sooner    pre- 7WO bHiids and the members of the fPr * night to celebrate the event, various srw'letles conner ted with the    —— (tmh arid the parochial school rhll- Dave, of chile fame, can't get ex-dr»*n were m the line of    march    cited    about them    getting miik    from n Father Dominick Zazzara headed the    trees    in Guatemala. Not after    read ing how certain one* got the cream from bootleggers here. md division of the parade I Rf 4sl R V BALANI E bort J Journey, for twelve year! a*'ortated with the American Bapt!.s' Mission Press, in Rangoon, Burma India, has    arrived    in    Chester,    his    first time    in    four years that    lndi- second trip home since leaving the rat# d expenditures for residential States for the foreign post Mr buildings were greaten in May than Journey, a    printer,    was    accompanied    in April. home by tm son Three other chil- In May, 1930 there wa. a drop of following a brawl dren, with Mrs Journey, returned to 8 I per cent under April for all op-of that borough.    Chester last year.    erations, in    1931 a drop of 19 5 in 1932 . -------------—-—........................................... a gaul of 24 0    and this year tile    128 6 ‘increase. AU indications were that to Hie offices of Johnson and that of Colonel Donald H Sawyer administrator of Jubile Works, would assume the busiest places in Hie Capital Working unofficially until now. I, WASHINGTON, June 19—UNS* — Treasury balance as of June $998 -531 084 53; expenditures $4] 588 604 37; customs receipts, $ 11.871.301 31. F.D.R. MAKES FOHT THROUGH STORM Wan ts Congress, Legislature to Open Sessions With Music LONDON june 19 (UP) The pound Sterling soared today, opening a' $4 12 2 aud closing a' ?4 14. compared to Saturday's close of M 07!*. The dollar’s slump was ascribed to the cessation of co-operation between the banks of England and M Phillips, Ch'-stPr dealer, of 919 Main sin originator of National Mu Times news people in harmony in life a new t. Darby an spiritual atmosphere will bf born as Week. a useful, beneficial factor in our daily urging music as a national institu- life tion. in a comprehensively worked out V.    :    to    I’n I will not dwell on particular* of til#- art of music and other art; I bidential, whispering tone Leaning France and the Federal Reserve liam H Wood rn idem and Mrs. Franklin D Roosevelt will say that music Is appreciated bv and to Secretary of Treasury WH- all without any distinction or creed aided by an all-volunteer staff a lodged In temporary quarters outside vacation of which swarm* of job hunter., , p. . milled, the two    administrator*    ex-    tie port today    after battling a    nr peeled to create their official organi- ra*J storm off ( ape Cod zalions, starting today.    The President was enroute to Prov- Inquirles have    been pouring    into    incetowri on hi* vacation sail    up the the Public Works    Division from    my,    N’"*' England    coast when the little county and stat,    seeking the direct    schooner ran    into a second    severe storm Mr. Roosevelt, at the wheel. Health officials say persons going away to resorts should be careful of babies as they catch everything. We saw a baby at a resort yesterday whose parents were washing It would catch sleeping sickness. Radio scientists report messages to Mars go unanswered. Which seems to advance the theory that there are no women on the planet, A Philadelphia boy who ran away ’ii *r .. r« *i ^rom    a-as puked up on the I resident (in \ Hen! ion Sci ll, Chestei pike wearing three suits of ( h.iJno    1„ia underwear and two suits He couldn t (iUICUS SthOOnCr Into have run away if he wanted to. Nantucket    A Texas college athlete is walking  -from his home state to the Chicago WITH PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT. fiUr and carrying a bale of cotton. AT NANTUCKET Mass. June 19— Thats soft, _ 1 UP)- Drenched bv swapping Allan-    ...    ...    _    ”    .    .. rn waif which blocked pi *r# of v Pf? ' 1    l    % homier A rn Im* na ck ll yachUn6 tr,P alon* the Maine coast. Pf. .dent Rons# rep put a to this IP- Mufl a‘ncP <he bi. protoe .‘tarted, he* >rth- 1    on    y    blg    *hot at sea. I he Weather WASHINGTON, June 19—Weather forecast— Eastern Pennsylvania: Fair Badminton, Iadcaster.    Prince far over the rail, he appeared to b“ n’u    tt.h,rh -.1* ,,nders*V>oH thre sh    In hi* letter to the pre ident, which national vitalit• to develop ourselves    p'nbiir    h# a> r • Plato. Dr. Parrish. Golden    Spray, raking the jury into his confidence .'    aV borrow;'V asp w#‘L. to    explains the plan. Mr Philhp\ pre- to that height of a musical and spirit-    Wlth n''a Boh W>idf*l    His first a.nrrlc rntilrf ho hparfi nnl\» .    ^    tho    nmnntamn    at    na!    • Bob W'eidel.    His first words could    be heard only    torrefied Broad    >tep. Joe Geary, Ritter by the stenographer,    and Mitchell    ‘ Root, Masked Prince, Gold signet, him. elf, hitching his chair closer,    * Prince C harlo. Trv Fair. Full cupped his hand behind his ear. Steuer outlined the    three charges against Mitchell—that    he sold 18.300 shares of National City Bank stock in steadying ‘"wing I—Jack Murphy, Halliard, Playball. >—IN tabu. St. Nazaire, Old Bill, Ed die Lehmann. R—( odetta, Pantaloons 7— None). 5—Hnpuiikit. Pharahcad, Done for. Weather, clear; track, fast. path to the Government ald for their    ,    ,    ....    - —- —  —..................... and by ad#;    isle    as    a    construction project.,    (headed the vessel into the U I tonight and Tuesday, rising temperate to be initiated    ’he whiz .mg wand for three    hours    lures Tuesday and in north and .......     it    was said. to de- before he finally was forced to a ban- w„t portions'tonight. fermine upon    the projects which wall    bon Hie attempt to continue to    FTov-    Western Pennsylvania — Partly Wri’ing from ’he White Hou e in    ^ und#:    way immediately with    incetown    cloudy tonight, slightly warmer in vou will feel and conceive the ne- reply. Louis McH How# secretary to the rPtuin 0f Prei,ident Roosevelt Mr Roosevelt, who ha,? described ,»ortiun; I'uesdav. fair. with ris-c# v ity of a National Musical Institu- the president under date of June 7 jrom hls vacation trip.    j    trip    so far as grand.’’ hoped to jnK temperature. ‘    ‘•■‘I    *'•    ‘*..... ‘    aid:    j    j    make the 80 miles between Edgartown'     *--— "Your letter of recent date, with j AUTOMOBILES KILL TWO PX„ sen ted the proposition as follows "Chief of our Country, undoubtedly on Martha’s vineyard and the tip of j SEEK SIK IDE MOTIVE Hon and my intention at this moment LANGHORNE Pa ,    June 19—'INS) is to ask you this noble deed, that Police today jive re    seeking a mo- i the House of Representatives and    enclosed memorandum    has been re- . hare.1 of National City Bank stock to    live for the suicide    of Joseph Ehr- Senate and the State Legislature    ceived and noted with    a great deal*    Two persons were .truck and killed , favorable. his wife to establish a fictitious loss of mann. 52. of Philadelphia, whose body .hail op°n their sessions und r the of interest    jby    automobiles    in    the    Philadelphia    i    The    white    hulled. $2 800.000,    that he failed    to report    was found    hanging from a grape Ut rains of music before or after    “    ‘    ^    •-    •    1    *-    ■ ------------arbor in the    rear of his summer home prayer. This will create a new in- f’ontinued on    Last Page    at Oakford,    three miles from her#*, -.’.tu'.on for the betterment of our IODA1S TEMPERATURES ’The matter to which you refer is ! area over the week-end (John P Davis, 44. Philadelphia, ( onunued on Page (seven Charles Fox, 48, Camden, N. J. 6 a rn. .. ll a. in...... 88 white winged 7 a. rn. ... .... 60 Noon ....... I to the aa tis- 8 a. rn. ... ... 63 I p. rn. ... . 72 ................—............ I 9 a rn. ... 65 2 p .rn ... . 71 on Last Page • IO a. rn ii. ;