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Chester Times (Newspaper) - May 13, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NKT PAID ( IPCI PATIOS KOR TW KI,VK IONT.IS, KS DINY. I)KCE'I BKR SI, 1932 20,328 FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ★ With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH VEAR -NO. 17.592. Du * I**-*#! Wire R<*por*« nf Pnlt^d Pre** it?!1' and In’erntt.ona. Nm* Bervie* (INS* CH KST KR, PA.. SATl'RDAV. MAV I.*?. IO:’,;? TWENTY-TWO PAGH PRICE, TWO CENTS BRITAIN FEARS GERMANY WILL SCRAP TREATY Versailles Militan Clauses Enfinnacred as Roich*-lac Is Called Possibility of Reoccupation of Rhineland, by Allied Troops. I zooms FOOTLOOSE FOR RlWKKVKI T OI T THE FOOTLIGHTS ^ ^ FJ{JHT; I P TO CONGRESS VV rn G union he Verdi! vened to dlA* it crisis Ilion of ops wa* at Brit - LONDON, Mav 13 CP spread fears were felt in L dav that the norman Reich? renounce military clause* o! sallies Treaty when It Wednesday in special ses*i< ruse the Geneva disarmnm The possibility of reoccu the Rhineland bv allied ti being openly d am. British publt to high pitch bv possibility of German renunciation ot the Versailles Treaty, which imposes riuid military restrictions upon the Reich Norman H Davis, American ambassador at large, having won a signal victory in the adoption of the economic truce by the organizing enmmittee of the World Economic Conference, uhs prepared to leave for Geneva In hope*, of saving the disarmament conference disrupted bs Germany a demand for the right to re-arm Experts felt that the cennomu truce improved the woild situation but fears of impending political and financial difficulty served to restrict expressions rf optimism Germany aas thought to be the crux of both the economic and financial pictur* If was    feared    she    would soon    be forced off the gold    standard    which would void important provisions of the Young and the Dawes loans Davis planned to confer with French    officials    at    Paris ov ■    r    the week-end and proceed to Geneva Monday. It was thought Bit Simon British Foreign Mtmst# Izord Hailsnhan. War Minister, go to Oeneva later in the wet their journey was believed to on the    nature    of    the derris Chancellor Hitler of Germany before the RrirhMac The proposed Four Power Part to revise frontiers and set up four na- Continueri in Page seven POWERS FORGERY TRIAL IS REVIEW El) President Quits Plan to Seek Power to Revise and ( nmpromise Negotiations Continue; leaders Relieved a> Situation dears WASHINGTON Mu I right. 1933. bv United Pro ocra’ic leaders of House ai have been advised bv the h ministration scurf: s that Roosevelt has abandoned ail of seeking Congressional nu revise or compromise the « This information was ii today bv party chieftains closing s!l possibility that executive might seek power a moratorium on Europe a OOO June 15 payments as point in the forthcoming w nom ie Conference Great Britain has made no bu June payment The Ur may fare wholesale dcf; there is am unexpected this country * attitude Word on Capitol Hill of is; i at ion a decision connu rebuff to a n n Frcn I he st ad-Presidenl intention tbority to rar debts lfrrpreted as fore-!he chiefs to grant 1140 OOO -» trading oriel Fro nts pre “-ador Andre De J Ji irr nations ion for the lted .States ult* unless change in the admin-led with a proposal. ala ye of payment Rht Both the rWInifd to dts-n an informed d that France $20 OOO OOO dc- the John and would t, but hinge made \y hen blond Jeanne Yubert 'aboveI, musical rnmrdf favorite, periiitrri in exhibiting her    tharm* on the stage against the wishes of brr husband, NrU.iti Morris    below she was in-    give    Parti    what    was    der dieting "grave    inuines" to the mil-    The    President *    deri? bonaire Intern ail pa< ker. a en art in authority Versailles. France, held. granting him grateful! a divorce decree after five year* of legal warfare,    Miss Yubert, in New York, commented; “I'm happy to get it over with.” Amb; Fiance, discussed the with both Mr Rooaeve! of Si Ate Hull last rn Ambassador and Hull cuss their talk, but t quarter it was learne offered to pav the faulted last December States would grant a mv 'n • he motley due next month. The President is i p, > feeling that he rannnt make promise. Recalling that Britain paid what was due rcmbcr without compensating piom-isrs of future concessions Mr Roosevelt feels that it would be unfair to cd to london in not to seek to revise the debts was received bv Congressional carters Thrv had been dismayed at he prospect of a knock-down and The Cornelius trial was again b fore Judges From Mar Da dc vesterdi J. F rs forgery fly reviewed beld. Broomall mid when Attorney STAYS PADLOCK PROCEEDINGS Testimony C WH* B -noma ll ted the vesterdav jemrnt ,< John E McDonough, defense counsel. asked permission to omit certain jwrt* of the evidence from the printed record. which will be presented to the Superior Court, to which an appeal ha* been taken Assistant District Attorn? ham Kraft.    Jr. who prose case. agreed    to certain abr of the exhibit which will chorten the printed record.    * Mr. McDonough Informed he court he was basing his appet whfeh Will1 Bul3en‘* he argued before the Superior Court on Julv 12,    on an appellate court decision in the state of California, to the effect that forgery does not apply to a written paper which doe* not involve    a property right. At this point Judge Fronefield remarked ‘ The right to vote is as important a? a property right." Power* an insurance man of this rifv, was convicted in January before Judge Mac Dade, of charges of foxing the signatures to petitions presented to the county roman wioner* in October asking that the name* of some AO voters in Chester be stricken from the registry lists, The defendant is at liberty under $>000 bail. pending the action of the Superior Attorne IIH Owner of Bulimy Lane Es-lishmcnt Give* Bomi to Olx*v the Law bv Media of Ashen! B a fa wind bv sa pearl and MicDade, at on the application sistant District At tomes WU MfClenachan. Jr in padlock house at Seventeenth at reel Ane, this fits*, owned William Burk. The place has been raided bv county detectives, and a quantity of liquor was seized on August 4 1932 At the time of the raid, a man named Fiddle Lowe was supposed to be in charge and was arrested, He "jumped" his bail. and has never appeared for trial, a fugitive warrant now being out for his arrest. Continued on Page Seven MLKNOI.DKN PASTOR K LEETH I) .VIODHK ATOR Rev w Oilbert Condlt, who for the past five years has bf en pastor of the Glenolden Congreet*? tonal Church was elected moderator of the Philadelphia Association of Congregational and Christian Churches at th? annual conference which closed in Central Congregational Church Eighteenth and Qi**en streets Philadelphia. Thursday The retiring mod -fudge* era tor is Rev Murdock W Butler S-YKAR-OLI) HOV REX I Kb TROM RIVKR Without waiting to divest himself of his clothing J. VV Penny, a printer of 330 Fast Seventh street, dived into the murky waters of Chester river yesterday afternoon and rescued John Bowen, Jr, 5 years old of 23 East Fourth street The bor had wandered away from home while his mother wa*- busv with household duties He made his wa•. to the rear of the Stanley The vee and while playing on the blink of ’Le river, tripped and fell into the wafer Penny, who was crossing Fifth street bridge, saw’ the boy and dived in af the place where he had 'fen hun disappear After making tile rom-up. Penny disappeared, leaving the bm in care of other* The chile n * Copy- crapped in blankets and ta*,et to Dem- his home. little the wor e for hi* al-i*"*" most fatal adventure PROFESSIONAL BONDSMAN LOSES Rid Icy Dark Resident Is Grit irised In (’our!; Drolx* Is ( trdered Pi©fesatonaI bondsmen were actin made a target for judicial criticism, when Judgea Fronefield and Marinade admonished John Reidmger, of Ridley Park, who admitted that he hid entered bail in 50 or BO criminal cavea at Media Reidtnger was asked to Ive m court when Lucille Bloodworthy and Willie Cross, two Negroes, who were con• vlcted of a liquor law violation ap- : pea red to be paroled When sentenced by Judge Mac Dude they were ordered to pay the coat* expended bv Reid-niger in bringing them to trial, as thrv had “Jumped* bail, and were fugitives Reidmger forfeited the 11000 bond he had entered for the two defendants and Judge Fronefield commented; ’When you get paid for going bond for someone, you have no right to complain if they do not appear for trial and the bond is forfeited. That a your worry, and we have nothing to do with it ' He then asked Reidmger if it was not true that he had entered bail rn .WI or BO cases, and Reidmger admitted it was true “The district attorney has orders to investigate your practices '* Judge Mar Dade interposed, lo see if they are regular," He then released the two defendants. telling Reidmger that their time had expired and he could not hold them as hostages until his calls w ere pc id PLAN DEDICATION OE NKW HOSPITAL NATIONAL BOARD TO CONTROL ALL ll. S. INDUSTRIES Bill, Bead.' Cor ('ontrress, Id Be Submitted With Public Works Program Latter Means Imposition of More Faxes to Amortize Ncyy Bonds FILM STARS BEAM ON LONDONERS COUNTY WELFARE COUNCIL HOLDS ANNUAL VV ASHING Ll ie economic f. May 13 erovery pa rt lent, industry ntemplated ii i industrial tod av as pr UP I Pm ma: rn 11 boa r d » ma ae •menu* rn of t w » bi I i/at ion bi ndusti v. n forms of n list reralcifr a bi 11/.af ion c Inned im on C cv el! expect* to sub-Congress early next rrompanying $3,300 -•ork* program The Ising $22'i 000000 hv ally to amortize the da la the ma tor point wed., The President lean toward a sales to determine on a i in conference* lobo* rd to be set up rial control bill would cabinet officers and iirmau to be chosen I life "I tie planning industry would have representing the m-d the public. i 'is would be charged stabilisation agree- j i h industry to avoid I it ion arid over-prosit hour* of labor , ea-i wages and fix bot - (iuest Speaker Declares Every Aid Should Be Accorded Needy Persons Says Human Beings Are Most Precious; Officers Are Chosen for Year with P Mar urn meeting of Welfare Con dav at noon, in to building. Seventh an In opening, his Murphy spokr of t need among person? while they lived in ti state of the richest universe “The new plovment has given standing of the poor, hers, some in imj fleet has not man rn their attitude nctl ii ie Y. d apr rcn he e: WI th hr e we must like to ba . ’ said J. ’ mg th* De,aw ra eld .vest sr -w. e a. oui street*. larks Mr Clarence of he locality md richest try in the on lineman under-aid. while ant places, self manila rd the I l.<*,hiii£ bolide* stillier tot I heir I ut mb admirers, IU 'n* Daniel* right*, screen f.ivorilc, Urn I moi her hn«l».»i»d, their lit t Ie d.nighter Bai ha ta, and s,illv I tiers, film he.nrlv ire shown upon their in l ondon It.ihv Barbara appears to have heard disquietmg rumors about London Bridge falling down or something. firefly- th* Ibuted to BANK ROBBER IS SENTENCED ‘(’HESTER DAY’ PLANS COMPLETE Pbiladelpbian Must Sytyo Shoppers Will Be Offered nine bon I nip* md i im W • nab) Ii-Lrv even I might be N Y. who un an draft IHI IJK? industrial h lira t ion A parade of the Holy will precede the dedir new Fs’rgeraid-Mtc*. be t Christian Dajbv, Bum iftern# Nam 11 ion Hosp! I. Mat ■ Union of the ll pastor of the Otilph Church. Conshohocken    330 Samuel T Wilson, a lav man in the Cardinal Dougherty will official Glenolden church was ejected treas- and lav the cornerstone of the strue-tirer of th* association, which em- lute. which la said to be one of th' braces Congregational and Christian finest of it* kind in the country, churches in the arr* fi rn Allentown Assisting Cardinal I»uu ’hrefy will to Dover, Del, and Atlantic City, Ive Monsignor Fenton J Fitzpatrick N J.    and    Monsignor    William    P    McNally The moderator-elert was bom in Monsigner Thorn** F McNally will Newark N J, and was graduated preach the sermon Rev Francis J from Columbia University, entering Furey and Rev. Michael A Boyle will Prev iou* to the tar attorney * office recetv from officials of the Military College, that pen.sod in the Ruilrn ltahment which 1* only distant from the c the report' rece tile ministry in 1914    Hi* first    pas total    duties were in    the home    mis* ■ion field of Pennsylvania and We*! Virginia, wrest.    Outing    the    World    War    he    wa*    Y the    district    M (    a chaplain    in the Foul h •d complaints Naval District, and wa* stationed at Pennsylvania    Cape    .May, He spent some    time quor was dr?- nyera#aa in th* interest* of the Near Lane evtab- Fast Relief and was decorated bv the a few sci lares King of Greece and the Metropolitan J liege When of Syria In addition to his patrol a1 , work, he ia widely known in the lee- , act a* masters of ceremonies Parishes in Philadelphia Chester and Delaware count ie* will participate. GLENNON GROPP PRESENTS ( OMEDN Me,, Court. TENTVIAKKRS NKKDKf) FOR ARMY SI I'l'LlKS F,quippuig President Roosevelt’* civilian conservation corps has created a demand for 750 skilled civilian workers at the armv headquarter* corps depot in Philadelphia Colonel Cly nard Game, commandant of the depot, said all applicants must, apply in person ive experienced and American citizen The depo’ will employ particularly women experienced In the operation of power sewing machine* and men tent makers. DRIVER OE STOLEN CAR MAKES (J ETA WAY Charles Booth, of Fourth and Wilson streets, while driving towards Ffltonville vesterdav morning, was involved in a collision with another clow it were instituted ear. whose driver ran from the scene Constable Alexander Ward of Linwood, investigated the accident and cd District MacCarter stationed a rd at the place, to prohibit anyone from leaving or entering the farm John V Diggins, attorney for Burk said that a man named Button now rented the place and Burk, the owner, wa* willing to post a bond of $1000 to guarantee that the laws would not be violated again Alter warning Diggins that the bond would be forfeited immediately if any complaints were received about the place. Judge Broomall allowed the bond to ive signed. To to Padhx k Inn Assistant District Attorney Mc* Clenachan also sought to have Ye Olde Innr.” on the Baltimore pike ^springfield, padlocked, and after testimony had been heard the Court $14 000 000 of e.-’aie tax reserved it* decision. The mn wa* Pennsylvania They hav raided bv county detective* several months ago and two brothers, John and Alexander l.arhette. arrested When it developed a’ the trial that Jersey the place had been complained about A' tor ne v Gen* several times, the proceedings to -e f tore field DORRANCE TAX FICHT IS RENEWED TRENTON, May 13 An ordej oh- iquor , bv Attorney General Stevens of New Jaraey Yesterday from Judge Rig" of Burlington County Orphans Court, requires the executors of the estate of John T Dona nee to show ecus.' on June 22 why they should not bv* removed as executors and trustee* under th** I Mn ranee will. This 1* the latest move made by New Jersey in its effort to collect n tax of approximately $16 500 (XXI horn the Dorranee estate The ex-• cut or* have already paid more than claimed by applied to the wa# ti-Nor High and or ch es-act musical com* 1 t he Co-ed las! •choel auditorium louse The play rrt H Fast w ood O ten-Nor tarter* ineluded len Averv Janet ire Ruth Whea-I. Helen Riddagh, irneliu* Vander-Grace Tx d Mi Roosevelt favored ry agreement' Lewis *? director, dr,if ted a compulsory MU It 1 IO per cent, produc-dustrv The treasury bority lo remit the tax intl* co-operating in li er menus now contemplated, there would o sanctions to persuade tndu*-untts to aglee to ’abu./ ,Lv.i Ie*. The first I* a regulatory tax ng the lines of Douglas’ proposal, rn which co-operating unit* w*ould exempt Die second is * license tem bv which the board could pen-re recalcitrant units bv revoking SHOWERS PREDICTED EDR THE VV EEK-END •Showers are predicted today and tomorrow, with waimer weather today, m Eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey, Dr las hic and Maryland The highest temperature here yesterday wa* nu degrees, ai 3 45 p rn, and tIve* lowest wa*- 541, af 2 a. rn The average of «2 was normal for the ♦rate but ten degrees above the average May J2 ta?* veal Maximum temperature for the date I* 91, euab- 1 tatted in 1R81, and minimum 38, in .‘J Id IO A cars; Blea of Iii’ Adonic* l'ro\cs Eutilc Victor Bur rill. one of ti bandit* who held up the I Park State Bunk and esc ap years in the rounty J* I.VNJ and coat* by Jud Bi (wrmnll. Horrid was convicted trim of lour' alter » during which John J. Ht« attorney. contended tha was tile victim of hum a, Assistant District Afton H I owl pro** cut cd tile r cess' fully argued again St et.set * motion for a ti Hie hold-up wan lira! Bargain Erida\ Nr\l one 1 let th diu.* 0 ie idr IO rn -er defense his client ii identity *y William and *<ic -a 11 omey v trial, f the one big day eckx ago and tie pitiers* of ticiiig made every worth- 1 e then ha* Men in libation, no dec is tor til it was D urned tha lie merchant would co-operate in ham Hie plan and offer tile shopping pub-sue- he unheard of burgains on May 19 rney Every known meilnat of advertising I* Muiig resorted to til order that the most    mal iv thou-ands of Hhoptiers in the sensational in    I hi*    county    and    Bor-    Chester distr Vc I will know of the ann- rill «■    arre*t and    conviction    resulted    derful value* of merchandise that solely from the information giyfii b Mis* Thelma Rolph, of Pro*| The speaker mentioned statement recently att! Mayor Moore, of Philadelphia, by Die newspapers there saying that ha had, when questioned oft tubcrrulosui hospital conditions said “it I* your f I* HT* I •al." Mr Murphy prophr-led that ’hear word* would do untold harm to the mayors future political career. No man in a political position today • an dare to take an tneonstderat# attitude and make inconsiderate statement* regarding the needy," ha said Referring lo the aid given to the needy through state appropriation*, the speaker told a .story of a man who fell ill on a train and was given no assistance and the remark of another passenger after the man's death. who said. he was on the wrong ti ain." Pennsylvania is the wrong train for some of our poor families, the speaker said He spoke in criticism make af attitude of some toward the inor- needy which led them lo regard the rd to P<W)r man as rather a ‘ Pariah." and something to be avoided rather than ''"to helped. He lauded the effort* of the  local counril and Its member group* aa rendering “dis?nun.! bed service" as a factor leading to the fine reputation of this county* relief work among (he needy and it* high standing reputation In the state and nation record* of accomplishment’ “Signs would “cern to the gloom of depression is lifting,* tie said, “but with it tic re will i« led ("nntinurd on Page Thirteen BLAST YYKMKS SHOPS •sunrise id,* 47 Daylight K; OM Of (.It AOI XI I Gilbert Ore rn 1 street will grail sr hoof Of Bt Jo* delphi*, next Tueflda1 student is the soiH lim “Ph of (OR Cvo' bv oin the nursing Hospital, FhiJs-• morning Th# known b» ' Mr. and Mr* the Orphans’ Court to revoke rider under which the Dorrancr wr,. wa* admitted to probate in New • The Count ant > in the high s e a crowded I dire* ted bv Alh musical director at Outstanding chai Henry Ackrovd He; Leech Eileen MeCit ton Gordon Kitchen Howard Wright Cr brrRgnn, Jack Bovle, Grace Walton W.liter Gren and Stewart Hamilton    from Charter High A chorus of boy*, and girts of th# Fe bf tar v. 1929 and Glee Club suported the cast The inc the St Jo »ph (MIMS IN WUU: COMPESSATION ENGLISH ESTATE APPEAL IS HEARD Hcirw of Sarah IL Stoic**- ( our! Sit** En Banc in    (    ase* bury, Late of ( heyncy, of AN idovY    of    (    ounty an employe of the bank Mis identified Bore Ii is photog! aph Pttliadelphia Rogues GalJet during the trial of the n<se. positively identified him a* the man who pointed the gun at her while hi* companion* looted th* bank Miss Rolph testified that ’he bandit who was armed and held her at bay was left handed and after Bmc>h.. conviction, A'.ns’ant District Attorney 'foal had tile cjef#^iidant write hLs name, and lie used hi* left hand Defense Counsel fit' * * * r has fought strenuously to free his dent and ve*« today lie likened the case to tiiat of J arn* s Oavagan, fake priest wlio wa-arn s ed. in Philadelphia, in lotii**' Hon witii Die minder of a lamg I land git], artd aft* r Muiik poeitively identified. reb used flan ire presented an irofi-c.isd alibi Tin* is absolutely a > ,< < *»f mistaken identity." BteDer 0< < d for tins young man was in Phiistrtrlphia a? the time tin* crime was committed He was convicted mainly on Miss Rolph a t* ti mony end the Oavagan case proved how cary it is for a per-son to b- mistaken “ Borelli is 26 yearn old arid lives in 8*>*i’h Philadelphia If( ma . ted and is a brother of Jo** B well-of a decade ago. I tie offered next Friday. Every j CLEVELAND, May 13 »INfl> -'Park merchant, whether tie is a ptrviure Dynamite bombs wert) hurled in an Rolph nian a grocer, clothing merchant or attack on three barber shop* her# n the 1 he head of a department, store ha* today, marking a renewal of war-and hern obligated that nothing but fare in the barber trade, according (lively a gradc nierrhandt < will be offered to poltce Two of the establishment# to tile buying nubile, Cinema houtri, ttHn.sta*rtation units dairy Cdi)C#fiM arid other* will lie * misted to herald the Hpptoach of the nter' were wrecked bv the blast I S. I KIANI It I BYI \M E ll—(UP) 4 4« Expen WASHINGTON, Mi on the 'tried The Trr**urV net balance for May ll $465,330 224 4H Expenditure* that jstom* reel pts for the month through May ll were $7.15A.$59.01. ester Dav, Of com *nts will depe nd mo,st J lZo!.Zt Z n **rs 7.5 *»v.«r limn# of Delaware county's only ly, the Chester Times, t is planned to have a motofcadc • • rill hundred desolated automo-make a tour of Chester and iJiiN on Thursday night, tire eve tv (ter Day" an*l on that evening rn 11 it J tm' in<".s zone will ire dec-1 with flag* and bunting inning Mondav', new announce-, (oti< rnmg the big bargain will appear in these column* so th*’ thrifty housekeeper will warden by closely scanning this TANO MEN KILLED IN Al TO CRASH Congress Today (fir I NITRO PRESS I READING. Pa . and gr adust et! School, 1 lass ol Ila*, been attend-f>< bool I or ’hi FIELD DYY EVENTS AT I*. VI. C. TODAY Steven* sci up in hi* apphca’ion for removal that the trustees violated the provision? learned tha’ the Booth’* automobile Both ears bad!’ towed to Harriman man V’lllage. Mr mimed. cr th) lad b** damat garage Booth stn STORMS LEAVE FLOOD A! EN AC E CHICAGO Mav 13 Up. Exresalve rain* and recurrent wind and hail storm? today left Illinois and Indiana faced with the worst flood menace in years Three death* occurred in Indiana a* stream* went over their bank? and into eitv streets Hundreds of famines were homeless HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY fB» rutted Pres*! AT PIMI.ICO 1—Creek 2—tfOod Neuse. 3—This Plav I—Jamhalav*, M* F-rjn', Grace Blotter, ffse Part* •V- None a— None 7—VijM r,itre|. k— None Heather, cloudy; track, heavy. Although he had nothing to do ot the will. Thu* required th*’ if with the operation of th" place John anv of the executor* *hould refuse C Lachettf, father of the two men to probate the will with n thirty dav* arrested rn the raid and owner of in the Burlington Orphans’ Court, the building was named as the dc- or the prerogative coon of New Je,-fendant in the padlock prf^-eding- ’v tn*ur trusteeship *houid be re-He was reptesented bv Bruce W. voked Long ,\fed 1 a attorn'”. BR ERA RE TO REI* MR DIKES IN TINK L M TO ELE(T OLEK ERS OE FRANKLIN I*. T. A. Electkwuof offlceis will feature the meeting of ’he Parent-Teacher#* A*- T* was announced today that everything I* now in read me** to repair ,ne broken dikes of Bow and Darby creeks in Tinicum township which Franklin and Minor street*, next have inunda’eri hundreds of acre* of Monday evening The program to be Must Establish Proofs Cia.rn; totaling several thou;ann of dollar? perhaps a* much as I ?$ OOO are being against th' estate of Sarah Da Heft Stotesburg formerly of Cheyney, on the po?.*.bi! tty that there may be a small for’ tune tied up in th* old Stotesbur] estate in knylend Mix* Sto.e?btity, who died on Apii «    1931 left her English frr*-ho?c fatal* Low«r Footing Sit late in Putney, Surrey. England, to 4 cousin E James and Charles Dwllett Trevor B Whi’e and Dr Thomas S Oithen fire English court.' ha e refu*ed u handle tne es’a’e un*ii claim* ar' Kl nom an A hearing »u en banc vesterdi ’he Workmens rn fhr dcHth of pper VI arch h> > or ta Hon of the Franklin public proved in the I>lawarr County Or* school to be held in #1 he *chool, not k now land during the past month Colonel Earl I Brown U. S. Arm’, engineer for this area. yesterday appointed a commission to draw rip a plan of procedure for the work This rommiss on consist* of J \Y, White, V S Armv engineer; G K Weigle engineer of the SU'p Water and Power Board and G, orge Wright SAYS lf. S. WILL presented include* a play, bv young people ronneeted •’:?h the Fir^t Bsn-♦ i«» Church manv of whom are grad-nafe,* of the Frank in achoo’ .'vt ■ H C Dor, fire .I'n’ of the oreanization, will preside at In meetins engineer of this eounT In making the appointment Colonel Brown declared that it la now possible to have 200 members of th^ BE SOC I.A LUSTIG plums Court It whether the English e?fat# ss wor’h a few h’mdred dollars or main* thousand* Miss Bt 01 es bury * will made b*-que*'« of about $60 000. chief!’ ’n a number of cousin* Eliz.aberh H Ballett is given $20 000 T.e\or B White '12 000 Alfr'1 Dalle’* $3000 and Edward Daliett $2or>o An inventory of ( ontinued un (’age ^r\rn VY IU. HK KI YE BIDS man suffer• d tjom an arterial discase of the bruin, the workmens <ompeti-;<Hon referee decided that he had died a natural death, without accidental cause Weir man s w idow Mi man, appealed th*' case to the«AY'ork-rnen s Comp*motion Board and that. bod? overruled the t*Trree, grid decided that white Welssinan suffered from a serious ailment, hi? been (Raved "by the rf to p* ndr-d :n climbing ’tie pole working on top of it They ruled that such a death wa? accidental and Frank M Hunter, attorney for the electric company, appeal the to the local court This court after hearing both sides Five hiiiidicd boys n the Pennsylvania Mil it; Athletic Field at 10.41 morning, in a colorful Nation? ' imitating the O of last summer in I.*** An The marchers were led If Blain#- of the Kiwuni is officially in charge Olympic* of Che*ter Fr Blaine were four other the Boy*' Week Corium Diament, Harry Hynes, Krell and If vin C B jpp The events begall with ’ii** Court duct ion of the three Bi’out. appeal from tarted f De- demount rat:#. <r;*ft while the tra’k and ule was being run off Troop 15. of the Che*!' A , was under the Ic •Scoutmazier H M ('tov boys of this troop erect, army camp, with ll tent? a neat and orderly fa?blot field The entire ope im ti' about lo minutes. Troop Number Seven, o ny Chester Baptist Bo it under the direction of t Elsie Weiss- a E. Simpson, The . be morning erecting a 20 tower Troop Number 18 of ti Boy Scout*, under the Ie Mny 13 'INS- 'n were killed, a third wa* fatally hurt, and two other* IU* ally injured early today ie su'omoblie in which they mig on a fishing trip was broadside bv a truck and t an intersectitm on the Anen st NA I E In tee# u until Monday Conferee* meet to complete report on Mu. cie Shoals bill Banking Committee resumes study of Glaa* banking reform bill. HOI w| In rec?*# until Monday Banking Committee meets on Blea-gall hanking reform bill. Judiciary Committee consider! bankruptcy bill. I opicsof limes Lo!* of time* a fellow get* all aet up ov#r a victory. But the jockey eight mile* north of Read- who won the Derby got set down, Wi a* held lay, on s Com pen a I ion Board, Walter S Wfisxman, 1 ne roan, who died on 1 working on a Philadelphia Eiecti ic The dead are; John Stamm, 49. and William F ■i’#)u? 48, both of Reading. Samuel Yeager, 48. of Rending, was #■■ ported in a dying condition in the homeopathic Hospital here He ifT'ied a fractured skull and oilier Daniel Chinch. 57 suffered a frac-,red skull, and f red Gerhart, 44, uata tried ae vc re bark injuries. -yEK (LANDU TS (ONDITION (J(K)D M POON A India, riv.siclan* exa Gandhi todi I condition Mirv Kl #UP' — d Mahatma ti found hi* imnaratively A printer vrsferdav dived into Ch* tor river to revue a Util# bov. We admire his type A dry summer I* predic'ed, but judging from the hundred* who applied for beer licenses at Media yes* mdav it will be plenty damp rn this county, Electric train* around here are traveling 105 miles an hour. Pretty oon they will be able to enmr*et# with motorists who race them to grad# crossings. A drunk who stole a true* here and drove to a fire didn t know what a hot. time he was in for until th# magistrate told him. b mg the mt, but ut ak. His Prohibition official* have Just released rules for the manufacture of 3 3 wine. Chances are the rules will arouse more interest than the wine. #th had District Commissioner h* ex- Coyle had the most riifi rd while ajj building an emerge capable of withstanding t of 20 youngster# and 1 small auto to be driven Other scout officials p line of march and assi festivities were W C decided that the Compsenation Board George Able and Clarence p. a ire had not been specif.# enough in their Judson Timm the the ffer, h* rh of nth- c liar 1 Con*ervarinn"ciii7»« Hn in# BOSTON May 13 UP1 Pre.xl- announced tha’ bld for Jo# Sort I. i,    ,h°    l7    5    ,1"”    "OO"”1'    »    '■conomic did.-    , .........I. ... .....  ’Or"    Of    »    country    whirh eventually on Mat I* finding' and sent the case back to    leu#* at P M C acted a- the official    :,f) »*#broads    a? a meeting in    th*5 Postmaster John K Hagerty    today    them. More specific findings were    starter lieut Clarence I Connor*    Girard Trust    Building at 4 p.    rn mail    then filed and Mr Hunter appeared    treasurer of the military school acted    Monday. They Issued the t< < la ti(ihi slept 11 last 24. Nausea, la att ll pre! not troublesome    Gandhi    i.s weak.    “Our    patience is    exhausted"    said but there ai#- no complications. His a Japanese leader just before begin-)!o# (i j :i .I* I? inclined to 1 *■ and rung the latest drive into China n«- wa ad cd to    avoid e> ■»ti# n ’’    proper.    Well, .they    have had    to    tax# The d'x'iors examined the little in-    a    lot. dependence leader in the marble pal-    ——- are of a dusciple    where he    entered    Officer Kandravi    of the    Ches’ez th#- fifth dav of his projected 21-dav Police force does not believe in render-fast in behaif of India * untouchables in« a?>istance to motorist* who can not agree on a motor accident as *•** YAM LAIN ill) ?i*i YKI it    noted last nigh’    af Twplf’h and Morton avenue He wa* Just one of Samuel M Vauclain, chairman of the curious crowd th# board of the Baldwin Locomotive Work.? will address the member* of the Special Railroad Committee to Nationalize the Renovize Movement, omposed of the representatives of I he W eather materials and machinery will be provided lr th# Federal and state government* N YMI ti HI ( UY EK J Manuel Ki'in r r* spjrczin’ed re ps ny. service will be opened here yesterday to argue aga inst them, at IO a rn Bids for the Th** attorneys for Mr* Weissman, will become a* ’ socialistic in    govern-    carrying of incoming and outgoing    who is repre # nted by Louis A. Bloom, Congressman    James    mails are now being sought and any    locally, contend the exertion expended oerMin desirous of submittal a bid    by Weissman in tightening a bolt on for this government work can obtain    top of the pole, .*0 strained him. that all the information concerning the    he died. This, they claim, is an ac- qu8hflr:a*ions from the postmaster,    ridental death ax provid**d for in the Bidders mu t own trucks large enough Workmen iz'ornp'ir * (ion Ar?, to haul the metis from the Pennsyl- The matter will be .settled in an Old the M.tssa-A? soc la Hon las’ menf as Russia M Beck R, Pa chusett* Bankers n.Bh’ Member* of Congress “have little t    B',e Cr*    P •?> Com-    re perr for ’he roost;’ 1’mn h* ‘aid Clifton Heights    b- Jung*    referring to the farm relief bill a? as official Judg#‘ with Walter Layer coach of P M C Prep. J Jo:#‘ph and John Crawford of Smedley Junior High School, assisting I* A It I MS OI Y SON SI Y M AN IN JI HID HOLLYWOOD M Tom Moore and his Merry screen pluvei -’UPI— Flea nor a:e the p.rr- Weish m ’he United 8ta*e« District a notorious example of the forms of ’an.# and Baltimore and Ohio sti- opinion to be handed down by the ent* of a baby son, to be christened an internal injury sustained while YY IS II I NG TON. Mav 13— YYeather forecast—E attern Pennsylvania— Mostly cloudy with shower* and thunderstorm* tonight And possibly in south portion Sunday morning; ...    ...    1    ,,    . warmer in the East and    South por- A’    i.i'nx. of Bur .ington. N J . lions tonight. Cooler Sunday in .1 ?'aman aboaid the freighter north and west portion*. Dakotan of the American-Hawaiian line, was removed from the vessel yesterday at Marcus Hook and taken rn th#* Chester Hospital where he inderwent an operation last night for TODAY "S I) YIPE RA It HF Court, a’ Philadelphia yesterday. legation being enacted liens. court John Thomas. work ms on the boat. 6 a    rn.  58    IO    a    rn, 7 a    rn.......57    ll    a    m. 8 a     .......38    Noon 9 a.    rn. ...... 58 ;