Chester Times Newspaper Archives

- Page 1

Issue Date:
Pages Available: 22

About Chester Times

  • Publication Name: Chester Times
  • Location: Chester, Pennsylvania
  • Pages Available: 312,071
  • Years Available: 1882 - 1961
Learn More About This Publication


  • 2.17+ Billion Articles and Growing Everyday!
  • More Than 400 Years of Papers. From 1607 to Today!
  • Articles Covering 50 U.S.States + 22 Other Countries
  • Powerful, Time Saving Search Features!
Find Your Ancestors Now

View Sample Pages : Chester Times, June 23, 1933

Get Access to These Newspapers Plus 2.17+ Billion Other Articles

OCR Text

Chester Times (Newspaper) - June 23, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID (TRCTLATION FOR I H KIA I ION I .IS. FN PINO DEC EM BKH 31, 1932 20,328 FINAL EDITION it it if it With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH YEAR—NO. 17.627. Dully L**?e*l W!r* Report* «n<3 Intimation#! Nit C HESTER. PA., FRIDAY, JI'NE 23. IDTI TWENTY-TWO PAGES PRICE, TWO CENTS u. S. CONSUMERS’ killing erred: the twain do meet ^.MAGISTRATE BRITAIN' SEEN GROUP TO BATTLE PRICE ROOSTING Will Be Organized to Operate Ender the National Recover.' Program Hopes to Keep Prices of Commodities in Line With Workers’ Wages WASHINGTON. June 23 UP- -Speedy organization of a consumer*' ' protective committee wa* projected today a* a means of halting any ef- i fort® at profiteering or price-boosting under the national recovery program i Admimstra'or Hugh Johnson a1- j ready is attempting to work some method of limiting profits as an ad* : ditional way of keeping price in line with wages. Committees for capita! and laoor have been named, but the personnel for the group to represent the con- j sumers has not .vet been derided upon The plan Is for the three advisory boards lo work side by side in carving out, an economic program that will benefit all classes and conditions rf American people Stuart Chase writer on economic subjects from the standpoint of the householder who must adjust hts purchases to his income, has hem min-tinned as a passible selection for the position of chairman of the Consumers' Advisory Board Developments on the economic front Included: Administrators of the    300 OOO.non public works fund announced thai money would go first to projects which will create wqrk af once, and preferably in centers of unemployment. The farm relief administration facing a crucial test on Its program for curtailed production, prepared for a swift campaign throughout Hie south to induce cotton planters to abandon part of their acreage Th" industrial administration's labor advisory board, headed bv the vigorous, clear-eyed Leo Wolman. held its first meeting yesterday. The employers’ advisory board will be organized next week Wolman wants the two boards to meet together whenever controversial questions affecting the capital and labor arise. It appeared probable that some similar arrangement would be made on issues of vital importance to the great mass of Americans who come under the classification of consumers, TK I KS SI KUIK IN It IV KR: IIVI,KKD CALLED BEFORE LEANING TO U.S. I .S.GRAND .H RT CURRENCY HEW MITCHELL SMILES AFTER JURY ACQUITS HIM OI- Howard Reese, of Fourth Ward, Quizzed Id ( hot A. Keyes \nother Witness Said to Ron cal Weeki) I’rotee tion Brices .MacDonald, iii Statement, Hints Foundation for Nim lo- \meriean Amit) ( onferenee at First Jarred b) Stabilization Proposal Turn Down conn limn artic and otlier portions rated that they "wri ner today than for t I leaders jhtened b eminence SIAU' not ’nee I Mu i Kipling In the <nntrarv. the twain have met and more than that, thev're In he married, Xflrr •nnsideriliz the step for thre#> veal®. Professor Tov nm W Nahant!. 35. lapin"®" Instructor in semitic* at Butler I nt\er**tv, Indianan** Ii®. Ind. and >li** France* X lorn ?8. librarian at < nlumhia I niv"r®itv. New I nrh. have dei ided to wed Thev are shown in New \ nrk a* thev planned the leremon.r. breakers were fi because of the j nesses railed Frank Varano. tap room p of West Third street, follow into the Grand Jurv room ti ing Several other gov emu nesses were heard, they b mil ted to t he room in whirl quisitortal panel office of District Wells Anglo- TAX CHARGE TIM AX, GUITY, TD BE SENTENCED THIS AFTERNOON Jury ( om jets Him On All Counts; No New Trial Asked Ex-Banker I* n moved as He Hears Foreman Read Verdict Mf w fl Tich had re-av afternoon, led a verdict tx. ex-banker I indictments* lock dealing?.. who heard th mea A Stilt \ nu TWO TEACHERS ON RETIRED LIST Mrs. Annie IL Brooks and Miss J. Anna W ilson in Private Life CHESTER HIGH GRADUATES 174 furler .Mar Dade, of the Alumni, Offers Timely Suggestions Yesterday'#* juror* are said to have "official price liar* whirl set for the protection n gers and liquor law viola The 'system” was most ruthless, merciless greedy'' existing betweei tors and political powers smiling hi* relief, ( barie* I I ton.vt < it* Bink of New A* »fl"r a federal i miff lur' tit NI Mc* Iva* 11 (tight', former chairman of the Si k. I-, pictured vi Mb hi* attorney. N|,i* Metier. spw A nrk ,i< quilted him on charge* of income 1*1011 ta' in SUPERIOR COURT REFUSES RANKERS LINDY HOHE FOR CHIU) WELFARE With the today two teachers ha lotted time on the ret ended their clasing of of Che.*’ cr j ling served in the city rement list teaching w ut 1 :hof school • known heir alts. went forever >TK. One I- Mrs A#vp R Brook prin • npal of the Larkin school and the other Miss J Anna Wilson, who is the 5-A and 4-B grade teacher in the Huber school building, adjacent to the Larkin school at Broad and Crosby streets Both the teacher* have trained hundreds of pupils dur- faculty, Judge Albert the principal s the fifty-ninth ment of Chestei the spaci lev Junti and I’pli students The a; apprecial of the mem bel Dut ton Mar Dade. wa. peaker last night at annual commence* r High school, held in nus auditorium of the Smed->r High school. Seventeenth md streets, at which 174 were awarded diplomas >eakrr. in referring to an ion bv the graduating class mini no oppr ing their career* and both ha earned a high plare in the esteem of their former pupils and with the school district authorities Mrs. Brook.® was gradual cd from the Chester High school in I RS I and Quirk and efficient work on the‘was elected to tench the primary part of the rescue squad of the    grades in the city schools in 1882 A*    tional    progr Franklin Fire Company, plus the    there were no requirements above    nave    and    a bravery of two members of the Alpha    tho?" reached in a teaching fours Boat Club, saved the life of a Phil-    off rued at the time bv the high schoo adeiphia salesman who attempted    no years in normal school were re suicide bv drowning in the Delaware    quired until some years later initti % ct the s parents of afforded hoc! board, the » ident! the school and the citizens nty. said their deepest appre OI the the of this an should undoubtedly of them for the opp had been placed in them who bv word manifested their int River yesterday afternoon The would-be .'Uictde, first thought a heat victim, was later identified as Joseph Friedman. 32. of 421 Since the year of her election to a teaching position Mrs Brooks remained actively engaged in her profession in the city schools with the predominating is. "Gratitude shot members of the fi have done in helj gain the proper extended to ail tunnies which .vur reach bv nd deed have est in educa-id to tho*" who king education a id be theirs to the cultv for what they ing the student* to knowledge which Leidy avenue. Philadelphia, who had exception of two years during which been missing since early Wednesday morning. Alter firemen rekindled the spark of life left in him he was treated at the Chester Hospital and later taken home bv relatives. The man is employed bv a furnishing house af 2737 West Girard she lesided in Denver. Co!, follow in; her marriage. While she was In Denver. following the death of lier husband, Mrs Brooks received a lr; r* r from the Chester school board advising her thai thev could offer ner a teaching position if she would te- avenue Philadelphia. He solicited *'jrn l^is Ci'>’• Having been orders in this county His employers pl**-wd with her past performance noticed him acting strangely during 'hey persuaded her to return and she the early part of the week and on Wednesday sent another man with him. fearing some harm might befall him Rearhmg Darbv in his employer’s ear. he asked his companion to let him out, as he didnt feel like working He made an appointment with hts fellow worker to meet him at 5 p rn.. Wednesday, blit never kept the appointment. Yesterday he was seen sitting on the bulkhead at the foot of Crosby street and later he was seen overboard. A group of hovs who saw the again resumed her duties here In 1930 Mrs Brooks was appointed principal of the Larkin school, one of the coveted posts of the citv school system and a position which ha* been ably and consciously filled bv *.V make.® good citizens," said the speaker He continued bv saving, "It was they who gave proper advice and encouragement and above all taught them to think and realize that in proportion to ambition, cot!rage arid determination shall they obtain sucres? and to the parent® should loy- ( unturned on Page I ourtrrn ROOSEVELT DASH TO LONDON HINTED NEW YORK. June 23 News. in Today lf was hinted bv one c that many political job holder? receive yearly talane.® over $200 not much more and who ran t ingiy afford to ride around ii pensive radio-equipped autom and sport diamond-.studdea je will probably have a Jot of expls to do before the probe is over A witness whose identity wa revealed is said to have disclosed the price list yesterday. They were said to be as follows on a weekly ba. is: To operate a speakeasy $30. To operate a small still $10 To operate a slot machine $30 To operate a horse race pool $30. To run a disorderly house $75. To operate a big tin alcohol recooking plant $250 These were the price.® the "official collectors ' demanded of those m the rarkets and turned into "headquarters.” But in addition to this it wa.® learned, "collectors" often levied additional tribute to fill their own pockets Government agents estimated that at one time between 1200 and 1500 individuals and companies were paying the®" weekly protection fees The priers varied with the size of the business, an additional $10 or $20 being add"d to roadhouse.® who were doing a large volume of business A large map of the county has bern specially prepared and on this man are said to be the exact location of the different dives which paid tribute Many of them are dangerously close Continued on I'agc I went* BATTERSON SCHOOL MOVING PROTESTED A large group of women residing in the Sixth Ward, mothers of small children, held a protest meeting in •ret public school ll ti ik the price rise He der I ferenee vi plaining. normal cc OKOLO DON .til -ICA! MU TM I jON ( nntmin d on I* •.;r I •Ut TRI C K DRIVER INK RED IN ( RASH rn* wig I whir a trut Chest! onion th La; th The Dally the Patterson Lint oui Bvt nue, Pre The car in whirly V a * ow in 4 lr. Iii- n; Stamp, and was goi coin avenue when curred. In order to ting the lighter swerved the vehicle pt IOT West    Fift I tit r sect ion o Park, Stamp wa* rtdini other, Mi^ Mllllt rig north on Un the collision or• try to avoid int' vehicle journal which h C ontinued on I'ag" I onrteen ELEVEN CONVICTED IN STORES SWINDLE Fie\rn men. one of whom was to have conducted stores in said copyrighted despatch from this morning against the closing of Provincetown. Mass. says the navy is the school a. decided upon by Hie prepared to rush President Roosevelt Board of Education a.® a part of its to london aboard the new cruiser economy program Indianapolis if Professor Raymond During Hie discu.v ton it was learned Mole*, now enroute to the World Fro- ?na{ the children who formerly atrenne Conferr nee, send® a hurry rail n lined the .school, unrlei tile new for the President.    plan wijj j*. aligned to either the The papers correspondent a’ Lincoln or Franklin schools which in Provincetown sate! this information the opinions of the parents, of tile was obtained despite repeated official children particularly the amaller denials that Mr Roosevelt is ronsid- onr<, it* not on Iv lei travel which has too far back and forth to sessions, but will A force them open to liability to acci- fPls (Ting a trip abroad splash, ran to the Alpha Boa' Club    C1(V were convicted in federal court    J1!]'4 cruiser,    .......  ................. and told about the man iii ’he river    VP5terdaV as being ringleader.* and    fPrpri    3il mlirR an    *l?urJ’    m h»r‘    dents at .s’roe? crossings which    wo,Id Charles Faulkner^ 935^ McDowell    participants in a widespread com-    ,^‘jNrv'    br eliminated if the Patten®*-!!    school Lh opened in the fall. Another matter which wa.® freely discussed ai the meeting was the avenue, and James Schmidt, of 9 Sri- m„rriai ndte which is iitemr! *n salf* officers and men are discussers avenue. Upper Darby, both in h/™    mg    the    prospect    of    picking    the    Pry ing ident up at Eastport Me., on June 30. .    have profited them $250,000 bathing suit®, ran to the spot where j y^e ring. members of which were    h    ,    ,, Friedman disappeared and dived. rthH »* "vulture* and narasites"    ^    winds    up    his    sailing    vaca-       • • - i—....... described a® vuirutr* ann pat anus    Mmv and faking him to London in Hie soon locating the bodv. Other® notified the Franklin rescue squad. operated by pooling merchandise and rPC0'rd-breaking time of four daw which was on the scene as soon a.® ‘j^rt obi a to Credit with*m»nJfa?- s^rta^T^ d<'C,*re* 'hnf if A“1*Unt v* turers. and ordering goods on the the body was    brought    ashore    Five minutes work    with a    pulmotor    and    length ^'of    ’the ataVmem' the salesman    showed    signs of    life of State Moley believes after reaching London next Wednesday that the President ran bring After the goods were delivered to abou1 worlri rc0nomic accord bv \4DicFi pro i c/* trfij e c v cire*ctr*H f Dr t hp    Tin t v OiiOITI IC <1CC OVCl DV 5) nrimV .U of whom do this rxcl-    JS'.S”!'f TKJTw Sd    fo'trncw    rtrama,tlc    lra,,r, d" T"' Tn UT ’P"    S JT prrl' lent nnrk auh nr, thought cf mm    !n thr P,an’ fhr' w ere sold    to fence.*,    annpolis    • VS 111 pick up the Pres den'    * Ul!    * .‘.SLS 'SSF5 nhi TI    Th-V    p>'«    w    PT    T»'    '•'"I    KH    for ■•"noon -    lh' pensaton. I ikewise. the Alpha men were eongratu’ated for their speedy work. SEF* MONEV NO "YARDSTIC K’* Owen J, Roberts assoria'" iustice of the manufacturers' price to the individual merchant.® rn the scheme The good* themselves were never paid for. The government's fight against such rings wa.® inaugurated more of the U. 8 Supreme Court, in ad- than a year ago. after hearings be-dressing graduates at. the Girard fore the Senate Commit’ee. which College commencement exercises in was planning to put ‘‘teeth” rn the Philadelphia, said. The "worship of Federal Bankruptrv Ian '•va* m-the golden ealf has passed, and we formed that Philadelphia is the worst nty in the country to do business in.” now’ are entering upon a new era in which money will not be the yardstick Of .sucre®? " HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY YR* Inlier) Pre?*) AT DUFFER IN PVRK I- -Scotch lorn, Crackle. 2—(None i. 3—Ferry of Fate. I—Hideaway. 5—Cabana    <atin facie. Belle. Center March . tv— None , 7— None . Weather, clear; track. fast. ( Hanson AT LINCOLN Elf LD* 1—nerving Lad, Martie Flynn Lessing 2—Jim McConnell Rusv Spain. Teddy M. Six Bell*. 3—.Mv Charlotte. Barashkova. Peta-htt. 4—Active American. Monk* Bela. «tnrm Prince®? 5—Brilliant Rose, Gene D. Chica. 6—None 7—Non*. 8—Moralitv 'leather, clear, track fast. PHIL X. GOLD HOLDER TFR NS IN SI 20.000 Tile wealthy Philadelphia textilf manufacturer who had defied th" Presidential order to turn gold holding* in to the Federal Treasury yesterday surrendered a $120,000 hoard according to reports from Washington It was said the threat of Secret i Service men to publish his name finally induerd him to transfer hi.® polo for currency. H" was the la * of 200 Philadelphians each said lo have held at least $10,000 of gold prior to the embargo, agents said. SARAZEN LOSES TO ARCHIE COMPSTON dismissal of Mrs. Anna Minniek, the first grade teacher in the school who wa.® looked upon by both the little folk.® in the neighborhood who attended the school and their parents, as one of the best. teachers who had ever taught in the school and it wa? ded that a petition nted to th" school the reinstatement of Mr.® Minniek It was derided that another meeting will be held in the srhool on Monday evening at 8 o'clock to which the parents of all children attending the school and all persons in the locality who ;ue interested in en-Congres.sman Clyde Kelly today told    deavoring to ha’u    the school    re- a group of Pittsburgh manufacturers    open in the fall are    being urged    to    t and businessmen the national indu.*-    attend.    t trial recovery aet "is the mightiest machine ever devised in this country to meet and overcome the greatest danger the nation ever fared ” The bill. Kelly said, strike.® at the very root® of the depression bv providing for the return to work of the nations idle through elimination of cut-throat competition Kelly characterized the bill a* hav- driving around and overturn the westbound lane of the i A parsing motorist pick* man, plat ed him in his ms took hint to the Taylor Ho? lev Park, where he wa.® g ment, Patrolman Archie M< K< soon arrived on the < un Stamp and took hun to tit Magi?'rate John Lynch win in his own recognizance lot on Thursriav night of n McKenzie then !* turn'd to of th* act ident and direct which was held up lot a bot and n half and pre*< nted m sons, who had began to j cargo from the truck fron the onions a wav. va® on Rid' Suburban Title* ( ii. Fair Hopewell Propertx Incor- Fieafifd Fauporism Du pnraterl to Benefit I n- Appeals ilerpri' Begod ^ ming Pica.® of paupertom made bv two new yon K, June 24 <UP< The urban Title and Trust Company, of Upper Ditrbv. wert rejected bv the ie farmhouse atop bleak Arm rid nit M* Uintah) near Hopewell. State Superior Court today when it N J, from v lur ii the first-born of refused to grant their petitions for Charier A I tndhergh and hts wife, permission to prosecute their appeais inne Morrow, was ktd- from prison term* and fine.*, in a Ic*.* ihjetcJ and t ien murdered, will be co*!Iv method than the prescribed Ucscd fluidif (lie care of undcr-prlv- The two appellants were John M The* ann our icemcni w r, made todiv Hardrrcstte, Jr, fntmer title officer of bv Col. Hnft\ Breckenridge personal th" bank. sentenced to a year in th* county lad and fined $10OOO bv Judge attorney i^vt t. slat rnirnt he flt*’t, in the following Samtrl L. Recd. of Cambria eon nty. "Tlir prope rty of Col. and Mrs. who pre. *d"d a* the trial, and (>eot"< Charles A I, tndbergh in Hunterdon Wilcox, form*-1 president, who wa.® county, N J , will Ii*' tired In rnn- "nfrnced to pay the cosis. a fine of nee finn with uHfirr work for rhtl- $10 000, make mtuution of $12 otto dim The pi riiri» h «® not developed and serve three to six year* in the wit it sufiftrien definiteness to date to Eastern Penitentiary Thev and two admit an ann ouncement of the spscl- other office:* were convicted of wire!*. inc th" bank bv embezzling $350,(MKI fie plan*” Hurdnttffn and Wilcox had asked JERSEY C IT Y, June 23 *tN8i leave of the court to conduct their Reports that Col and Mrs Charles appeals "in forma pauperis ' Their A Lindbergh will abandon their petitions set for lh thev had disposed Hopewell cst J He at an early date of all their possessions and are now' were given s rength today with the practically penniless while the cost of filing of pap era with the Hudson preparing the required paper book.® county clerk which may provide for and printed record* in the ca e would the future u?< of the lug* house and he about $2,000 Tile court denied a ground.® from which their infant son request, they tie allowed to file type wa® kidnaped last year. written copies of only the material Paper.® of I ncorporad ion were filed portions of th" (est|mony rather than on behalf of i corporation not to he the whole record* of the trial and at operated for profit. Col Lindbergh torney is briefs in printed form The and his wife being iiated as trustees appeal* will he argued here July 12. The Dupers * et forth that the cor- (era'ion la t* • lie known a* Hich BEER ROBBERS Field*,” and t without pron ut it la to be operated ‘to provide for the AGAIN ACTIVE welfare of ch tldt*ii. including their education, tr Mining, hospitalization P. et distributors In this city ai* becoming 'he target for nightly • nd ot tier ai ;rd purpose* without ii.sctimma t ion in regard to race or raider® who break into garages and James H, F ’helm, of Weehawken, storehouses, carting away beer by the atutory agent and Dr. Abram Flexor t Owen R M I ovejoy The lab t victim I' Jacob Lysczek. iml Cal Hi nt v Breckenridge are 2318 West Third street, owner of th" .ted a.® tru®tee.® In addition to tile Deja wale County Bottling Work He ■ indberrh. Dr. Flexner w® * famous discovered his garage broken open flnMldi And Col Breckenridge long yesterday and five ca?es of tied mmi betn an ntlmate friend of Col certain alod p John M Broomall, e. wa.® summoned from motion nd heard the verdict and im-'Iv returned to motion court late Counsel John V Diggins no new trial would be a • • t. saying ‘We will take our medicine.'* Sentence, it. is fully expected, will br pronounced this afternoon At the same time, a strong hint was heard around the court room that Truax would receive a suspended .sentence provided he made restitution. The hank for which he worked ha.® made i claim of more than $28,000 to th* company on Truax'* bond Hie former banker wa® still in th* Court House this afternoon which indicated sentence would soon be pronounced If Ive get.® i phi sentence it w ♦* believed he would be sentenced on only one count. The face of Truax was inscrutable as he lira rd the word? "guilty'' He showed not the faintest emotion a.® he sat with several friends. There were few person.® in the Court room when the jury hied in Truax moistened his lips, gazed intently at the foreman and then heard the word.* which may send him behind prison ba rs. Tina*, who is 5.3, and live* at 34 I.ast Pwenfv-third -.treet, this ritv, was accused of embezzlement, fraudulent conversion, false entries and false pretence® involved in a number of transaction.® of the purchase and sale of securities The transaction* w-era carried on through the credit of tho Che'ter-Cambi irigr Bank and Trust January. Evidence wa? prevented during tha trial, winch opened on Monday morning before Judge John M Broomall, that in a number of cases Truax had pocketed the profit* of the transaction* In several transaction*. where Hie market had slumped after stock was purchased, the stock wag It. was close lo 130 n clock yesterday when .fudge Broomall finished his charge to the jury, which had taken about 45 minutes Counsel on receive the verdict, if Hie jury agreed during the evening James L Rankin, of defense coun-el, argued hts side of the rase to ce®' Assistant District Attorney William lf Toa! consumed a little more than an hour and a half in his talk to tile July, a king that they return vcrfflt ;* of guilty on all indictments. Mr Rankin said to the Jury that, Truax ha® commit ted no crime Each I out lour,I on l'a*e I wentf Pl I s TI RISH IN I LAMES HADDONFIELD. N J. June 23-?INH> Mi louise Pit finger. 6S, a widow, narrowly escaped injury early today when she risked her life in a vain attempt to rescue some of tho forty cats and dogs she kept as pets when her hoti?e at Osage was burned to the ground All the pets perished in the flame® 'tx erie traffic, an hour •ral per->r the carrying This was I hr liniment broki section of th other being at where a truck sodas was stole and its c nt! second bottling i into in the w city yesterdn '.'"7 Highland a laden with bf However, tin? rec TRF :h 'INB> esta Ie •on was to be t ution for child I opicsof I imcs ac w i®. ha int? t he atter it was tie to the ti garage and RADIO C ALL M \Y BE 31 an < LI E TO MATTERN HELEN WILLS BEATS \ I RC * INIA RICE, 6-2, 6 id Ilia on WH,' been or porn t O fnr This idea of th* government fur-i nil! tried dishing rn ployment is okay, but there are a few score big boys around thia county who are hoping Uncle Sam won't put 'em to work. Becre’ary or although no available, the iformed that exit ion i ere lr ing pre KATT > C Jin SAYS RECOVERY BILL WILL ROI T SLI’MI* PITTSBURGH. June 23 INS) I rd I ill d SI be Mi VISKKKOYI.K CO. si'kk vium; work Work began today to prepare the Highland Mill of the Aberfoylr Company for production after a long period of idSene.®.* A work force m-_ side the mill went about th" ta. k ...„ wo pj.n ipal aims. n,.m a n n, preparing the machinery for u.“ ••r Anre Mnn nvmcnt arri tn refers    :    ' restore emplO’ ment and to restore purchasing power Without these he added, recovery is impossible DUNLAP DEFEATED IN BRITISH GOLF HOYLAKF England. June 23 old mill a general and giving the cleaning up. When questioned on the activity at the Highland Mill the executives of the Aberfoylr Company .-aid that the mill wa.® to be used in spreading out the present work being done in other plant.® of the company as a means of regulating the labor wick The UP* Th" que®: of George T Dun- action was taken it wa.® said in an si nee he Siberia, A RU et ter® ■ US Cl teur rad! Greer a Seattle Th? sj( only the ligie RMAZ hodka rn tion fron shin st a ti mg lr in ac the f all pc pl- -*• >pprd off It RMAZ i, June 23 rials cont ain-were inter-good omen Using gloh-’-safe at tome ing IO days Khabarovsk. i rd eau mys-a rn a - rplan Washington, plane near j asian Did wa* intel- LONDON June 23 GJP M: Helen Will.® Moody, of Ban Franc!1' defeated Virginia Rice, of Boston, 8 6-1, in the semi-final round of it Queen ; Club tennis tourney toda-, Miss Rice’s occasional determbx ne’ attack® were unavailing aga j Mrs Moody vlio played her > tom ary cool, steady game Mrs Moor wa: deadly accurate with p < . ir shots to the side line® f,e ter Btrxfen. of Califon;.a ■.»,* DISTRIC T FIR EM EN ON ‘MONKEN ’ RI N d c opr o got her t firemen in shortly na! niatrrn fro New Oliean.*, r a p; u ive rf'eived mforma-ome other im mote Ru?-■> ai' a it wa® endeavor-long concerning Mattern e with recent order* of government to transmit information about th" tor, it was believed here his semi-Sutter, of of a coin, Sioefen fr»ok the first The second set Mood at the player*, wishing to co strength for the Wimble menL decided to flip a co min# the winner Blo* heads ’ and ‘ hr ids” it * lh* at ion • LU I" tipi river ♦ hy Pt ertv of a 1 Hi the local »rty restaurant tor relayed the and an alarm ma'ter box a? olm an McDow-taurant is on r Flower, but there blaze Now that the brewery ha* been mentioned by federal investigators tho probe is getting there by hops and bounds. A F'ir®t ward boy rjaims the "hard luck championship * It is doubtful if he will have much competition for The average Londoner must he having a tough time these days in trying to figure out whether the fog ame® from weather or from the Economic Conference. From our observation, those snappy brunch pajama.® one sees at watering places are used more by the girls for po?mg than for dozing. A farmer narrowly escaped being hit by a falling meteor on the day the '..urn iv .ire- farm relief bill became effective \\ n always predicted that, the heavens would fall if something was done for the farmer. fen earned that th* orig-lephoned to the local ptoprir'or of a res--ame name in Marcus COOLER WEATHER FOLLOWS HE \T W \\ E < (JI VI \ 4,1 It I. M I s -x! N fi P BJ a hunt ti Of 714 C AIMEE OPERATED I PON IN PARIS lap, .Jr New York, nt the British tie)pafion of a Amateur Championship ended in the activity rn th* P ARIS June 23 (UP Scruple MacPherson Hutton continuance of the iran evangelist, under-. - Aimer Amer- success- textile industry. fully a plastic aixlnmmal operation semi-final round today when he was    A    spread of tile report that the    at the American Hospital today after defeated 4 and 3 by the Honorable    mill    was to reopen reached a num.-    flying here from Switzer..old She    Yen bv    tcr p*    v ire averagmf Michael Scott of Royal St George.®    ber    of unemployed 1 ext lie worker:    expects to leave the hospital within    82 wa: nine    degree    above normal lo Cooler weather i bt Inc * todav, following .summer s nf run with the ' J!--: ing a maximum temperatu 2 p rn Thp lowest tempo 73 at 4 45 a, rn. Tod av will be fair ;n F <■ .Sylvania New Jersc, Del; Maryland with probable ®, tomorrow Yesterd*v» temperature :* pet tented auspicious re of 90 at rat lire was em Penn- «wa re and lowers for ave, oday requested Helen Virginia ster pike, Pros- B111 v Chouch thinks that worry over the depression increased baldness. And we always thought the crisis th* nation just passed through wa.® * hair-raising experience. been rn "They hired the money, didn't they?” said Mr. Coolidge in his mg .rom famous observation about the war '    *    debts owed us bv European nations. '    ‘    '•’ -lrI Us    l ooks like now they have decided to man with whom she glvp p a permanent job. motoring with rn the    *    ________ n an beer f COUNTESS WEIR EXETER England, June 23—(UP)- Archie Comn-ston, tall dour British professional, defeated Gene Sarazen of Coral Gables. Fla 5 and 4 in the first Dunlap reached the ®emi-finals bv and a group of fifty or more men beating Ronald    Hardman of Birkdale,    and    women gathered opposite    the 5 and 4 while Scott wa.® beating    entrance    of the Highland plant    be- Martin Schunk    of Sandiwav. 2 and I    fore    the    doors were opened uodav The company declared it us not hir-20 DRY    AGENTS GUT    mg    new    employe.' a week SHU RHAN TITLE CO. TO FAY 5% ILLY 6 that date and two degrees above the average June 22. la®* year. Maximum temperature for the date is 95, ridable bcd In 1884, and mlmimum 54, in 1881. wn pert Park who home since .lur Relatives bel harbored bv a has been seen vicinity of Miln garden in the same town. The missing girl is described a® being 5 feet 5 inches tall, ha.® light bobbed hair, light complexion and weigh,® about 143 pound.® Wherf last seen she wore a red dress, white slippers and a tan hat PLUNGES TG His DJ X T H ] lie Weather XX XsHINGTON. .lune 23— Weather forecast: I intern Pennsylvania: lair. slightly cooler in extreme southeast portion tonight: Saturday mostly cloudy with slowly rising temperature. Western Pennsylvania: Partly cloud? tonight and Saturday. Slowly rising Twenty prohibition agents will be match of their *enes, which the Eng- dismissed by Commander John D. bsh player believes will rLcide the Pennington Philadelphia, in Eastern DI STR IC T ATTORNEY DILS LOCK HAVEN Pa June 23 Dr William D Gordon, SU ie Secretary of Banking today announced a five per cent. payment of $118 505 32 George, his rheumatism better PITTSBURGH. June 23~'INS>-‘    ha    .'hi:    ,    34, of Altoona. Pa temperature Saturday. who asked for a room high up when      : he registered at a local hotel, lay dead LONDON. June 23 «UP/ Kine here today, victim of a plunge from the twenty-third floor of the shuc king ' RUH M A I I^M Bf T I ER TODAY'S TEMPERATURES will worlds best golfer    Pennsylvania. July I, to comply with    'INS: —Frank C. Gross, 45 serving    will be mad* July    6 bv ti," Suburban    attend th" fifth rev a1 cr. . * of th"    lure Behafhir* recently had been Sarazen led. two up, after the mom-    a 40 per cerjf cut in his budget    his first term as district, attorney of    Title and Tru-'t    Comp*rn Upper    social season, a’ •» hich American and    :    furloughed bv a tobacco enticern with mc is hole? w«re completed but    Thirty-two agent* will be left on duty.    Clinton countv d’."d here today of    Darbv Psvmcr"    of :3 and 5 pee    other debutante® 'Mil be precented to    which he had been employed for 17 slumped in the afternoon round. he iaia.    '    complications following an apertion, cent, had preuou^v been made. * him ana Queen Mary.    j taio. 6 a    rn.......86    ll    a.    m    74 7 a    rn 88    12    noon ...... 76 8 a    rn.......72    I    a    m. .....78 Pa.    rn....... 72    2    p.    rn. ..... 79 IO a.    in 73 ;