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Chester Times (Newspaper) - June 21, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID HRH LATION FOR TWELVE ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1932 20,328 FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ★ With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH YEAR—NO. 17,625. V I e&aed Wire Report -and Inter)    Sr-'. of Vt CHESTER, PA,, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21. 1935 PRICE, TWO CENTS IOWA, CONN. AND N. H. IN FAVOR OF DRY LAW REPEAL Hope of Corn Belt Victory Dashed, as Vote Is Recorded for Wets Leaders Jubilant as Fourteen States to Date Turn Into Their Line DES MOINES, la . June 21 INS* —Dashing dry hopes of a corn belt victory, Iowa today took its place in the procession of 14 states 'hat ha\e \oted for repeal of the Eighteenth Amendment Returns from 2,351 of the 2,435 precincts gave 368 409 votes for repeal and 242 113 for retention of national prohibition These figure* represented complete returns in 66 counties Thu* ratification of the twrntv-flrst amendmnet, repealing the egihteenth. was assured at the state convention to be held here in the state capital on July IO Ninety-nine delegates, instructed liberal, were elected in yesterday s balloting The delegates were elected bv state-wide vote, one for ach county. HARTFORD. Conn. June 2i — 'JNS>—With a smashing 6 to I ma- jewry. Connecticut, where the Eighteenth Amendment never was ratified, today Joined th** growing parade of states which have ratified repeal of the prohibition amendment Rolling up 236 943 votes in favor of repeal to 35,351 in favor of retaining the 18th Amendment, the Nutmeg state elected a slate of fifty delegates who will meet here July ll and formally ballot for ratification of the 21st Amendment, repealing the I St Ii. Date for the convention was set by Goy. Wilbur I Cro^s as soon as the ,«• weep of the wet victory was seen CONCORD N, H' June 21    <INS* -By a more than 2 to I majority, hitherto arid New Hampshire today stepped Into line with thirteen sister state* for repeal of the 18th Amendment. Wet leaders were Jubilant as conn? of the ballots in yesterday'* repeal Continued on Pace Eleven CHESTER HIGH CLOSES TODAY Sessions at the Chester High School. Ninth and Fulton streets, will .close th- 1933 term this afternoon and more than 1800 stud*nt* who have bern pursuing the various courses in the school for the past ten months will be free to enter cm their summer vacations. At the beginning of the term a number of students from nearby towns and boroughs, who had finished their junior high school courses in the respective localities, entered the local high school. Yesterday morning the students began reaming their locker keys and combination lo* ks and getting their deport* which the} had made at the beginning Of the term returned to them. About half th*' number who had lockers returned their kevs yesterday. Today the remaining students returned their keys. During the two dayt 600 locker kevs and 320 combination locks were returned. OFFICIAL ‘MOOCHER’ ON PETTING PARTIES Complaints of 1 moochers ’ who prey on petters in the vicinity of Pine Ridge, a section just outside of Media, have been heard during the past several days, One of the victims said one the men displays a badge and anothr secured the license numbei of tim machine in which he rides The license number was traced from official records and the ear is owned by a resident of Swarthmore. An investigation looms into the activities of the "moochers," who are ^aid to have shaken down'* several of those who parked their ears in Pine Ridge It is understood charges will be pressed by one of the victims, who, it is rumored, is employed at the county courthouse, PLAN IHG ‘FOURTH’ IN WESTERN WARDS Extensive plans for an old-fash-toned Fourth of July celebration are being made by members of the West End Business Men's Association, according to a letter sent out by Joseph Terrha, secretary of the committee on arrangements Such a letter was addressed to Mayor William Ward. Jr., and members of council and was read at yesterday's special meeting of that body I’ is hoped to st tee a large parade through the principal .streets in the western belion of the city and then condue? patriotic exercise* in Thur-low park. LEFT “WAITING AT THE CHURCH WHITE SLAVERY, ll. C. ALEXANDER LOTTERIES, DOPE ACQUITTED ON BEFORE ll. S. .URY CHECK CHARGE Federal Probers ( all ‘Aru’ ( our! Orders Verdict of Investigators Them Before ‘Not Guilty* When Evidence Fails County (’bemist Fred Baldwin Official Jailed on K ii ox. F ormer C hief ‘Zig- Z a it' Driving .Mowbray on Hand    (    barge Th*- Federal Grand J gating vice, liquor and gambling con- M aition* in Delaware county today •’* focused its attention on white slave 1 * rums, with B Edward Sack**!? artuK head of the Philadelphia office of the United States Bureau of Invi. ligation the chief witness The jury, sitting in Philadelphia, tinned momentarily from its cons ides at ion of alliances between luck* eteen* and political leaders to whi'e slave conditions and was slated to begut consideration of interstate lottery operations later today It was indicated by Government official* that the Jury wall then undertake an investigation of dope ring which federal agent.' aid operated with polities!! protection in th*' Bethel Court uectlon of Chester Ii deral a gents said they had been investigating the dope ring actu it lain Chester for th*1 past veal and were now prepared to reveal the result* of their probe Fred L. Wimer chief William C Alexander, prominent pdla attorney and former member the Stat* Legislature, wax entitely tared of a'! charges of passing •rthless checks when Judge Albert Bion Marinade ordried a jury at to return a verdict of not Di Me dis guilt v The * he I a o j chi non slat ant HI. * rn ev id* ne in {Mulat (hi lent,' I UK I* Mix-. Ruth (», Ca»ey 'above , 22. Boothwyn, hrou :ht sud for XlO.ftfli in Media, ye ferday, charging breaeh of promise. The ^nit wax brought against I r’d-erirk Green, 22, Twin Oak road, Linwood. Nuptials arr** x: hediilcd de- last tpril 22 at Holy Trinity I pi«< ap I Church, IV* it Chester. She claims Green failed to show up for th** nuptials after tier wedding parts had arrived. FROM SIDEWALK Avo Men Speed Awa) With Victim; No Trace Discovered rn GIRL ASKS HEART BALM of the Naiceltic Bureau phia, and several of hts > WSI! be calli d ju»-2est ify on of the investigation. With most of the Chester witnesses haying bren heard by members of the Federal Grand Jury listening to testimony gathered by Department of Justice agents against a graft ring in tin* count> witnesses from county districts are benin railed Chai lea Mow bray, former chief of police of Ridley township wax one of iii*- witnesses railed yesterday He was called rn the afternoon and spent a tow hours an*wa ring questions M ow bray, who now live* at Federalsburg, Md, se! v * * I art police chief in Ridley township for six years A yea! before he resigned Ii*' was arrested with Township Commissioners Join Dolan and Thomas Gallagher and Patrolman Gallagher on graft charges brought bv Chris Piaxcozin* ki Mow bra v and the others were a* quitted of the charge*. Several new witnesses. Including Fred Knox, county chemist, and Her? Reading Negro chauffeur for the county detectives were subpena*d yesterday and sat around all day waiting rn b*' called They u-,-*- told to report back today Following yesterday’s recess, Chet A Keyes, special deputy V S Attor- Continued on Page Eleven I I V* III It IO GI I ll! GHI I Says Linwood Man lier *Wait»n£ al Church* in April un the Mu* Hannah West Seventh sr tile past nine y< High School, will brr of students Pennsylvania to Bact)* lor of Ar’ exercise* to be h today. Miss Cai the high school. IX Camel, of 120# reef, a teacher for •arx in the Chester be among the num-af the University of receive the degree of s at the graduation eld at the institution ;scI is a graduate of Judge** instructions followed : mg of testimony at the con* of which, the Court and As-District Attorney Touts A con* hided that there was no r of am wrong-doing on the part of the well-known attorney, and not sufficient evidence to sustain a conviction The costs of the case were placed on th*1 county Alexander was arr*.sled on a warrant sworn out by John H. Reiden-ger. of Ridley Park, who claimed that he went bail for George ll Wilcox, former president of the Suburban Title and Trust Company, of Upper I i t; bv in the amount of $20,000 and received a check for $ >00 from Alexander on which payment had been stopped Wilcox, a client of the lawvei ,x. was convicted of embezzle -ment charges arising out of the closing of the bank Reid* liger testified vesterday thai he let * iv cd the cheek on April 21, 1932 and attempted to cash it in Media but wa* unsuccessful, because he could not be identified On June 7, (he cheek was presented at the Ridley Park National Bank, but payment had bern stopped Judg* Marl hide following the testimony of bank cashiers, said that if Reideiigej received the check on April 21, and did not present it at anv bank until June 7, he did not attempt to cash it within a reasonable time The bank cashier* tcsti-fi*<l that at the time the check was presented for payment Alexander had sufficient funds in the bank to mal it The defendant, represented by D Malcolm Hodge testified that there was no money du** Reldenger. as W’tlcox's bail had been entered bv Joseph Bingham. Bingham, the defendant said, received a premium of six per rent or $1200 for going the trail For Revenger s services in obtaining Bingham, $200 was paid Bingham receiving $500, with a balance still owing him M in IIN l|(K*k Hi,isled "Conditions in Marrus Hook ar* getting worse ea< n day,” Judge Marinade declared when two men accused of having slot machines in their restaurant said that official* of the borough were in the place every day. and never took any action against Hie machines Michael Nieolaids, one of the defendants was fined tiOQ and mst* “RICHEST AMERICAN HEIRESS IS WED” TRIL\X ON STAND denies’ intention OF WRONGDOING Accused F’x-Banker Admits Trading in Stocks and Kept Profits Alleged Buyers and Sellers Deny They Got Stocks or Profits After two days of detailed twit!* ! mony, much of it tecnical, late this I morning the commonwealth clewed nr. ease against W Nelson Truax, 52, i of 34 East Twenty-third street this city, who is on trial before Judge John M Broomall for embezzlement, fraudulent conversion, false entries and false pretenses, Th* first defense witness railed ta tile stand at* Oeorge R (’’rothers, treasurer of tile bank where Truax was employed, who identified a number of records which had been called for bv the defense. I Attorney Jarring I Rankin asked tha witness whether the bank had sniffed any loss on transactions when* the bank had paid for stock* and ; later on, the bank received its payment but did not get the profit. Assistant District Attorney Toll objected to the question and was sustained by Judge Broomall with (he remark that the question for tho Jury to decide was whether the bank got what it was entitled to and whether Mr, Truax should have taken the profits I Truax, himself, then went on tho witness stand and said he had w it held no information requested by the bank examiner. He also said ha had admitted to Mr. McCuen, the examiner, that he had traded in stocks and had put the profits in his own I bank account, but did not think ha was doing anything wrong. Three men whoae names have been linked to certain Mock transactions, wile re Truax is charged with having taken the profits, yesterday afternoon denied knowledge of them. They denied also, receiving any part of th* profits. J. F, Bridge, of 931 East Sixteenth street, this city, denied that he gave any instructions to sell loo shares of lf 8 Rubber "short” on February 25, 1929. This was one of the transaction* previously put Into evidence. In it Truax is charged with taking tho profit of $105 83. Before Assistant District Attorney William R Trail could question Mr, Bridge on this case, the court heard the objection of defense counsel, James L. Rankin and John V Diggins, on the ground that the incident occurred beyond the four years' limitation set by law. Their wedding sn outstanding event in International society, Prince \lexlx Mililani and Dix f.thulou>lv wealthy bride tile former Mt-x Bat bara lluttnn —are pi< lured abote sn Ihev left the Sixteenth District I own Hall In Part* at the conclusion of their in image ceremony xesterduv. ‘she's heiress to the Woolworth million* Ile'* prune of a non existent Georgian kingdom AMERICANS PLAN INDUSTRY URGED FORMAL PROGRAM TO HALT INCREASE FOR CONFERENCE IN PRODUCTION tofend Sci von cuba! ion of af ion al London Against Ac-Non-fo-oper- Reach at I* Discussed to Present roller Time Scheme \\ heat Continued on P ige I Ie «ii Ii ward J drama st night id av -colored sidewalk bb fi a nd ave-cd her HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (Bv    Press) AT LINC OLN FIELDS J IU id* fits were a rom *d bv a rn vs! moi enacted about lit) p rn. is at Sixth street and Hmhli nm* A smurf lodging blur sedan pulled up close to the and a man jumped out, cs young cirl walking on Highl nue, overpowered her and t< in til** machine, driving rapidly a way. Several nearby witnesses stopped a roadster that happened on the scene shortly afterwards and persuaded the driver to attempt to ratch th*’ firkinmen A* th” sedan had a good lend, the pursuers were unable to overtake them, and the men got away with their victim. Just who the young woman was has not been found out. No report of a missing person ha* bern ir-crivori by the local police, and no trace of the mysterious car had bm found this morning. Immediately after the daring action, the Rev J M Nor: is. of th*' Bethany Presbyterian Church notified the Chester police and gav* th' rn all the information possible Th* number of the hc^a-p had been taken by a close observer of the scene Over fift y' resident? of that sect mn of the city gathered at the .spot where th girl w as .seized. Most ol them had been attracted by the shrill sere anis of the girl. Several had sr “ti the car pass bv and witnessed the girl struggling with one of the captors in the rear .seat Av far as could be learned there were but two men in 'h" cars The fleeing car sprd east on Sixth street a* far a* Wilson street, and over to Ninth street 'Hie last seen of the car wrs a’ Ninth and Central avenue, where several motorists heard the girl still serf amine* The car was traveling at a terrific rat” of speed at this time and was soon OU? of sight When notified of the kidnaping, the Chester police authorities notified all the nearby towns and cities of the description of the far and th' number of the luensc No trace of the car was revealed According to several of the witnesses of the drama, th" driver of the car became excited a* the terrific screaming of th** young woman, and nearly stripped the gears of th* vt* Ii WI. lit hi "it hw v "w , *en H ’ (i v* nues, •O' rick S road. im •n. if Th 22, od. ira of (■ti vv'no ! he RI and Meltsy to marry E 65 Twin Os April 22 last, in Holy Trinity Church, of West Chester Sh** and Mi*' bridal party Wire there, including PhyiU* Moran, who was to have been the bridesmaid, and Justus Casey, her brother, who had been named as best man But the bridegroom never .showed up Miss Casey says she had ‘ been keeping company* with Green for about two years On April 5 last. ;he says. she accepted his proposal of marriage Two days later they w< tit to a Jewelry store on Edgmont avenue, this cliv, and the wedding ling was bought. On April 13 the ; Couple ■•..pp* *i av.av to We ? Chester and obtained the marriage license, in the Chester county courthouse Miss Casey bought her trousseau winch she itemize* in h<*r papers filed at Media, tor which she say , she paid SI0286 The day before the dat* set i >r th* wedding she gave up her position with the Viscose Company, at Marcus Hook so now she wants Green to rom-pennate her for her 'great humiliation and the "mental pain and agony she claims to have suffered Mi. " Casey .'aug iii a church choir and it; I Gr* f n as a fellow rn* mb* r of a church organization Til*- suit was filed by Attorney Harold I. Kit rn. CLOUDY SKIES FOR SUMMER’S ARRIVAL Summer s official advent this afternoon is to b< partly cloudy in the ar*;* of Eastern Pennsylvania. New Jersey Delaware and Maryland The weather man predict* possible local MITCHELL CASE GOES TO THE JURY (’ase Finds With Charge of Court on Phases of Income Tax Evasion NKW YORK June 21 -*UP> Charges of income tax evasion against marie* E Mi'chell were givfui to a jury in Federal Court at 1227 p rn ‘EDT) today. The Mitchell case went to th*’ Jury after i ;x week* of intensive analysis of business deals involving millions of dollar* by which the former chairman of th* National Cliv Bank wa? alleged to have evaded payment of income taxes of more $850,000 In two days of tempestuous *um-mations by opposing counsel the defendant wa* pictured »■• a hero of the big depression and, bv contrast, a crafty juggler of money, At issue in tile trial was the question whether rn*n of wealth have a legal rgh? to establish technical losses, for the purpose of income tax deductions, bv selling stock to friends and relatives, and then buying it back months later The ease opened up many questions relating to banking. Continued on Pare Llrven I* R. R. RU \I.LS Mf COLUMBUS. June 21 Officials of the Pennsylvania Railroad announced today that 600 furloughed shop cm-J plover had been recalled effective I Julv I, PEGGY TELLS HER STORY Me Math Trial, Child, Points at Out Burk Man That Drove* ( ar BARNSTABLE Maw, June 21 <1NS) Prgg\ Mi Math IO->ear -old school girl. t*»dav calmly, described her experience while she was in the hands of kidnapers for three day* and nights. Hie* wa* a star witness at the trial of K< nneth and Cyril Buck who ai* Bien *d of kidnaping the child and extorting $60,000 ransom Peggy related how, about 2 30 p m , her teacher. Mis* Esther {-'linkman, excused her from cia** bern use word had rome that her father had .sent a car for her "Outride I saw a ear and a Negro chauffeur,” she testified. 'I got in th” ear and sat alongside the driver." Bhe said he told her he wk* going to Francis' school and get him After they had driven some distance, tile man told her to get in the rear seat. I he kidnaper, she went oil bound her leg* and ar ms with a rope that looked Uke a ( lotlie* line,” She tnrn d to tie’ jury, at th*’ district attorney's request, and demonstrated how' her leg* and arms had been bound peggy testified th** kidnaper placed a p:ece «of cloth Heros* her face H** then blindfolded lur WhM the car .stopped the man LONDON, June 21 ain Defending them *‘l\e* against accusation* of turn-cooperation. Amel lean delegate* to til** World Economic Conference announced today that they ha*! a specific, immediate program of economic action. The program will be presented atli til* proper moment, they said. Members of tiu- American delegation met today and discussed Senator Key Pittman s silver rehabilitation resolut ion which won some measure of Millport before the monetary commission The delegation discussed also the wile it I situation, and It wa* said in their behalf that the United Stat*-* proposed to restrict production regard!'ss of Iii* action of til** conference meeting here now at will* Ii four great wheat producing nation* are represented The French delegates Issue an official denial of rebids that they proposed to suspend negotiations and quit tile conference because depre* latino of the United Blate* dollar made currency stabilization impossible No good purpose would I)** served by withdrawal, they said. Th** United State* delegation denied a story in today's Daily Express that Dr Herbert Feis, state department economic expert, had resigned. Th'* Daily Telegraph reported that two American experts, concerned in til** mysterious proposal for a IO per t ent. t.*J iff cut, had off* o d their resignations which were refused American silence on mea 'ire* for I . S. Director Asks That Labor Saving Devices Be (’u Hailed Johnson Does Not NS an! Mage Bises Offset; Aim Seen at 36* II our Week WARRINGTON June 21 UP* - American industry is being asked by the Na'tonal Industrial Recovery declare an amylin production so movement toward be on an orderly, ( antinurd on Page I b v. H I 's I END BLAZI n Flames from a blow torch being used to bum paint from the window casing in the one-story frame shed in the rear of the house, 21! Thur-low tr« et set fir** to the building last night, hor’Iv after 7 o’clock An alarm was sounded from box 234. Second and Thurlow streets, to which the Felton, Franklin and Han-lev Hose Companies respond* d A stream was played on th*' building for about a half hour before the flame* were subdued Th*1 rear of f ontinnrd on Page Eleven the sh*'! wa* badly damaged Administration to slice on increase* that the expected better times may substantial basis. Administrator Hugh 8 Johnson, reve.»|r*1 thl* objective as he promised ii lighting campaign which he hopes will "put several million men back to work Chi* summer " other br.uiehe* of the government kept pace with the dynamic Johnson and pushed forward in their sectors of til*- economic offensive. Railroad co-ordinator Joseph B Eastman continued hi* efforts to induce the railroads to abandon plana for another wag** cut The Reconstruction Finance Corporation authorized five *c|f-hquid-ating loans to finance municipal const ruction projects estimated to provide w*uk for nearly I,DOU men Secretary of Agriculture Walla* r. announced a series of conferences would be held within th*- next two weeks in Kansas City, Spokane, I.ti go, N I), and Columbus, O, to "•ell the administration's Wheat Control program to farmers. The men piloting the industrial program, greatest of Jill American economic experiments, urge a caution* advance, one which will not lead into the pitfalls which tripped up American busine** in 1929 tor that reason Johnson and his neonate* seek agreement by Indus- I onlinued on Rage Kiev! n HABY LOACHES “ERDEI) 'I he Child Health Chair at 1014 West Second street is anxious to secure two baby coaches for deserving families Recently a similar appeal wa* made and a go-cart and a baby carriage were obtained and placed to very good advantage. Many, persons, it is felt, have a baby carriage ! no l**ng* r in use and would be glad *o donate It if the need were known to them and th** Child Health Choir eases are particularly recommended i by social workers. Continued on Cage Eleven E LI INO TO RACEK NEW YORr., June 21 (UPV-Major Ernest Udef, German War ac*, .-ft Floyd Bennett Airport today, to fly, by easy stages, to Loa Angeles, where he will participate in the Na-'tonal Air Races He planned to fly bv way of Harrisburg, Pittsburgh, Columbus, Indianapolis, fit, Louis, Kansas City Amarillo, Albuquerque, and Kingman Ariz. B INK ROBBED OI $10,000 NEW CARLISLE:, O, June 21 — * I nm • Three masked bandits today robbed tile New Carlisle National H ink of $10IKM) sud escaped, leaving three employe* of the hank and A customer trussed up with wire on the floor behind a counter. I opicsof Times CRUISER INDIANAPOLIS READY TO UNFUR1 PRESIDENT’S FLAG IV ( III RCII CELE BK tTIOS I—Olive 'Mihath Sir Anthony, lark staff, ifarum "(arum. Red Eel low. ’—Dark Sifter. Interpreter, Battling car in getting underway Girl, Bardy, My Taal*. ‘—Double Heart. Made las, Eddie l.rhniann. *—Trieste. Buddy    \polis.    Active \merican, Morm Primer, Try Come. — Mariana. Chica. **—— i None >. 7_sopur Blanche. Sweet Va. Missie, Sallie Bourland, Black Nose, '—•Prefer. Heather, dear*, track fast. AT CONNAI GUT PIRK I —Raffles ( hance, My Kerruv 2—Margaret Mar?, Iou. 3—West Drift. 4—i None). 5—VVanderoo, Fair Sun. Shaun Padriac, Oregon Eir, Hazel Hopp*. Tempter. 6— Westv* I ad, Kulaman. 7—Joe Teddy, "tep off, Imagale. Heather, cloudy; tract fast. Rev Dario Ted^seo. of 507 West Third street, accompanied bv his fin Lawrence will leave this city this evening for Rosetto, Pa., where Rf. Tede.xco will preach a sermon tomorrow night in connection with the observance of the fortieth anniversary of the Rosetto Presbyterian Church. Rev. Tedc.sco, who is pastor of the First Italian Presbyterian Church. of this city, was originally a native of the upstate town. Lawrence Tedesen.twho is a well known violinist, will play a solo as part of the musical program in connection with the celebration. V. S. TREAS I RI BALANT E WASHINGTON^" June 21 — (INS) — Treasury balance a* of June if* $i . 006.109.404 43; expenditures 194.755.-771.51; customs receipts, $14,348 737.76. thunder sh and it will tx in or r* « I ne highest ten terday was 82 at lowest was 67, a’ ag* of 74 was on-mal for the rial above the average Maximum temperature for 'lie date is '*8. established in 1931. and minimum 51. sn 1914 The sun rises today a* 5 32 a rn and sets at 8 33 p. rn Daylight Saving time. anigh? or tomorrow slightly cooler to- ]prTH* ire here yes-3 p rn. and the 8;* rn. The aver-degree above nor-» and six degree* June 20 last vear. Times Ad Finds Pet That Strayed Mrs W Blayney. 135 Elmwood avenue, Norwood lost her pet fox terrier. She placed an advertisement in the columns of the Times and the same day her dog was return'd to her. "I surely will not hesitate to advertise anything rn 'he Chester Times,” said Mr; Blayney. It brings quick and satisfactory results” aikpr* *n «i The new cruiser U. S. S. tndianaooli* had an appointment with her ( ommand**r-in-( hief when site steamed out of the Philadelphia Navy yard as pi« tured here after undergoing minor repairs. The Indianapolis is to me* I President Roosevelt at ( ampobello Island. N. B., June 28 and carry him down the roast to the mouth of the Potomac for his return to Hafchington from hi* vacation. The cruiser was saluted by Chester riverfront plants a* it steam rd by here. “Squawk" in Court Leads to Raid On “Fighting Dan" McCarthy A ".squawk” by a motor! * conin u-d of drunken driving in Judge Albert Dutton Mac Dade s courtroom yesterday led to a raid and the ar j * st of fight lug Dan” M*Caribe, who us alleged to eon-due? a .speakeasy on 'Third .street, near Wilson street. When the convicted motorist was asked where he got his liquor, he told in the 2700 block West Third street from a man named "Dan". Immediately Judge Ma* Dade direct cd an investigation by county detective;;, who, armed with a search warrant, went to McCarthy’s place and confiscated several gallons of supposed whiskey, After the raid the motorist was brought to the hearing at Magistrate Elliott.'* office, where he partially identified McCarthy as the man who sold him the liquor. Later he accompanied detectives to the "speak” and pointed it out McCarthy was held rn $1,000 bail for court. Despite the heroic efforts of statesmen to bring about peace in tile world the number of June marriages chia year is just as large as ever. Tony, the .Sixth ward exponent of physical training, is one of tilt* laical to join the ranks of hitch-hikers in-stead of walking, an exercise ha strongly advocates. B'foxt Wages. Roosevelt Tells In-du ’rv Times headline. Apparently tire presid* ut, too. believes the laborer is worthy of hts higher, A du patch tells of a new disease in win* ii tfie patient is hungry all th** time Shucks; every family with a small boy has known that disease all the time. Government is reported to bo planning new drive to collect thou-sand.s in delinquent Income taxes from Hollywood movie stars. We can expect their next pictures to register ynuine anguish. W* never knew until yesterday that til*- average woman'* vocabulary is noon word* Of eoui''*' this doesn t apply if* those who insist on telling about their operation. Tennis is fast becoming the national sport of Frame Prior to this it!- v enjoyed best, hooking American fish. Members of a girl’s card club played on a recent evening without saying a word Probably did this so they would have something to talk about. Our favorite nurse tells us that wounds from cooking utensus seldom infer?ion. But, just the same, married men should be careful and get their wounds treated. I he Weather H WI INDIOS, June 21—Heather forecast: Eastern Peon>ylvania— partly cloudy, probably shower* Thursday and in north portion late tonight; slightly warmer in southeast portion tonight. H extern P e n n s y I v ani a—partly cloudy, with showers Thursday and in north portion tonight; slightly cooler tonight in extreme northwest portion and in west portion Thursday. New Jersey—partly cloudy probably showers Thursday and in extrema north portion late tonight slightly warmer tonight. TOD U S TEMPERATE RES 6 a. rn. . • ... 60 II a. rn. ... .. 68 7 a. rn ... ...62 Noon ...... .. 70 8 4 rn. ... ...65 lpm... .. 73 9 a in ... .. 66 2 p. rn. .. .. 75 IO a. rn. ... .. 68 ;