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Chester Times (Newspaper) - May 20, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE MNT.IS. ENDING DECEMBER 31. 19.12 20,328 FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ★ With All Latest and Best News of the Day 5TTH VK AR—NO. 17.508. Dally I eased Wire Report* of Untied Pre** (UPI and International News Service UNS! CH KST KR, PA., SAR KITAY. MAA 20. 1033 TWENTY PACKS DEDICATE NEW HOSPITAL AT DARBY SUNDAY Fit ztfor a Id -Mercy Institution One of Finest in the East Cardinal to Officiate; 10,-000 Men to .loin in the Parade Delaware county* nr#<.M hospit al reputed to be one of the finest institution.* of its kind in the United 1 States, the FI 128 era Id-Mercy Hospital, located at Main street and Davis 1 avenue. Darby, us to be formally J dedicated tomorrow afternoon witn | reremomrs of an unusually elabora*" j nature. The dedication ceremonies will in- i elude the laying of the cornerstone for j the beautiful structure, which has; been built and furnished at an r.sti- j mated cost approximating several ; million do! liers. D Cardinal Dougherty will officiate at the dedication of the building and the laying of the cornerstone The ceremonies scheduled for 3.30 o'clock. Daylight Saving 'rime. are to be preceded by a parade, in which it I* estimated IO OOO men will be in line j Police of Darby, under the direction of Chief Richard J Thornton, and assisted by police of nearby borough are planning to handle a throng of 30,000 persons. The assistant/ to Cardinal Dougherty will be the RL Rev. Monsignor Panton J. Fitzpatrick and the Ri. Rev. Monsignor Thomas F Mc Na IU Masters of ceremonies will include the Rev. Francis J Furry, D. D, and the Rev.. Michael A Bovlr. Men of all of fhe parishes of Delaware and Chester counties are expected to participate in the great pub-iice demonstration and parade Iii'' delegation from this city has arranged to go to Darby by bus. to facilitate parking. Farge delegations from Philadelphia will also have a part In the parade Women and children will accompany Holy Name societies in special buses and trolleys The women and children will proceed immediately, upon arrival, to the hospital grounds, while the men will go to the place of j formation of the parade at MacDaoc boulevard, or Bunting lane, and Run-dale avenue, in Yeadon. Participating societies have been advised to reach the assembly poin; of the parade not later than I JO p rn Union marshals will be under the direction of William J. Dougherty .Joseph A Burke will have charge at Continued on Last Page McCI.i RB III N CM U HONORS HARNICK DEDICATE FITZGERALD-MERCY HOSPITAL. DARBY, TOMORROW (JENEVA WAITS 11. S. WORD ON NEW PEALE PACT Definition Monda> on How Far America Will (Jo in ( onsultative YY a\ Italy’s I mil-Dower Flan, Once FhoutfKt Dead, Is Dei nu Ydvaneed MRS. WILSON AT ROSE TREE \ Mi IP M Ain New institution at Main street and Davis road. Oarhr. on- of the fine*! of It* kind in the rust. binh and equip .rd at an estimated .est of several million dollars, will he formally hlessed tomorrow afternoon by Cardinal Onushertv, at .130 with a parade of Holy Name Mm letirs pm rding the ceremonies. I man H Davis received an eight ■ cable from the State Impart mc I Washington setting forth in 1 the type of treaty thr United f would he willing to sign American Willingness to entei a part, however, is predicate* I Ureic upon thorough disarm* bv the European power* Pm wa* understood will mgr the peins Mmitlai to reduce their tan establishments stressing necessity for rigid interna',onaI trol of armaments after a aggression, consultative treat signed When the general cnmmissit the disarmament conference mc dav Giuseppe Motta. head o Swiss delegation demanded thn United States define its posit Ic seoul it y in order to save tile cc Mice Looking directly at t State* delegate Hugh W exclaimed "let the United States pron liberating words J" R< MRN. WUllllllUtt ll ll SCIN rein ba Id Bai kin "Inv w id* It I Bari lid Mi House Mn VV: W Pn Mi Mi Wi PRICE, TWO CENTS HARRIMAN STILL MISSING: LEET N. Y. HOSPITAL Indicted Hunker, on Eve of Trial, Sought by I . S. ()fficcrs I/oft ,> Suicide Notes; Had Horn III, Hilt Showed Im provcment MU I ORK. Slav ’ft— INst — Joseph Vt Harriman, mhinj founder of the closed Harriman National B ink and I rust Company. who disappeared on the e\e of Ins trial in I rderal ( our!, wa* seen in locust Valley, long Is-land, as late as 7 IO o’i lock la«t night. a< lording to a statem-nt lortav bv llarrv Bigg, managing director of the Stage Coach Inn, who said Harriman dined in hi* place. U i Jot* liker, to th# n ave* yester* of United >n, he OWNERS OE DOGS MI ST OREY LAW had and net Fare Da.unent of Fines for Failure to Obtain censes for Dots Ll- Th In I). HARVEY SYKES SEEKS FREEDOM To Make Another Try for Parole; behavior .Must Improve, Court Says D. Free Messages lo Any Part of World at May Marks! •CHESTER DAV A GREAT .SUCCESS p. ox-constable In will be given to plead for his my Jai’, but un-. hi* chances of bring freed are very slim. This was indicated yesterday, when John DeHaven White, attorney for Sykes. appeared before Judge* Fronefifld and Broomall and asked Harvey Svk the Fourth Wat another op port urn lelrase from the { less his behavior impi Have you any friend.* in Estonia Uruguay. Latvia. Japan. Persia or South Africa? And do you want to send a free message to them? The answer is simple Merely stbu at the Chester Hospital May .\iair. t next Thursday, go to the booth OI the Chester Radio Club and tile you. message. It will be transmuted lr* through the Amateur Radio Relu League, which has members throughout the civilized world. 30 OOO members being in the United States This new feature of the May Mar* ket was arranged through the cour- stration of 5 metre we permit radio phone mrs; the May Market and th quarters at 1013 Butler .Merchants Are (Jratified bv Response of Shoppers ,,m ^n,"rr    IJM| j*    would be established as gua - .Much Stock Moved pud rad! Ti will be invited to phone. is who \v 111 br in < ilk over ti Mines* In here yes-t, accord-w ho pal I lei- I) ii olm B; im when he could be given a hearing^for tny of thf omrrr5 of (hc chester Radio Club and Mr* W W Mar* farlanr of thr Ma*’ Market commerce Message.* will be sent free to any part of the world The booth of the radio club v remain various piec-s of equipm which will be us-d for drrnonsti tions. One exhibit will be * derm TRADE EXPANDS OVER THE NATION Syk«.*' parolr A hearing was held fW0 months ago, and continued, no Vice President John N. Garner, of date bring set for the final hearing Texas, was given an honorary mem- Due to absence of Judge MacDade b-rship in the McClure Oun Club at who fried the case and sentenced a dinner fendered the Vice Prrsid'nt. Sykes to serve «dx years in the count*--everal Congressmen and other offl- tail for malfeasance, extortion and cia;*. Wednesday night. The dinner vevcral other crimes, no date was was served in the clubs quarters at fixed Mf. Calvert, on the patuxcnj, river, lf Sykes had kept both feet on Md.    I the ground he might have been Vice president Garner was intro- paroled long ago.’’ Judge Fronrfield dueed to the members by Congress- commented, when Mr. White finished man James Wolfenden. of Upper talking We understand his be-Darby, and the honorary membership havior in prison has bern very bad was tendered bv David B. McClure, and every time his application for president of the club    parole is refused he gets worse I Among the lawmakers who were will have a few questions to ask him present were Congressmen Sam Ray - when he comes into Court." the judge burn, Texas, Lindsay C Warren, conclud'd. North Carolina; J Russell Leach. At the last hearing, Sykes ap-Washington. I), C.; George P. D.irrow, pc a red in court a physical and mental Philadelphia; J G Milligan, Rich- wrerk and said that prison ronfinr-mond. Mo.; George F Brumm. ment had ruined Ins health. At that Minersville. Pa., and Hugh C Bonner, time he weighed 138 pounds, a* rom-a secretary of Washington. I) C pared to 168 when he was sentenced The hororaiv membership is the The sneering smile he affected when tinned to expand this week onlv one held In the club. the only .sentenced bv Judge MarDade was Reports to the Department of Comether honorary member to be named gone and he sat with tears in his metre and trade advices indicated being the late Judge Isaac Johnson. eyes, as his attorney pleaded his rase (hat most lines of big business have tor him    definite]*- bettered the levels of a SHOWERS PRO Ii A BLK There have been many rumors none vrar ngo whrn Activity was dwin- of which have bern verified that <j]mg FOR THE WEEK-END Svkes had b*cn a constant source of Anticipating the government s   __trouble in jail and on one occasion "partnership" and public building Probable local thunder showers to- Ird *. J?unK‘‘*'ikP whlch lMtfd program calling for expenditure of ™    several da vs He has been employed Approximately *3,300 000,000 and put- dav and tomorrow in Eastern Penn- in    prison    laundry,    and    when Gutman. The officials of th railing attention to of a fine supper se; \ noon pro; women I D Mi LONDON. May 20 GJP' Mussolini .* proposed four jxe to preseive the peace of Europe seemingly doomed because of the violent opposition of the Little Entente and the passive resistance of the French, la now in the stage of advanced negotiations, it was learned today Tthe ambassadors and foreign offices of the four nations Great Brit - that guarantors of the Fiiroj)ean peace are now- In continuous contact in a final effort to unify the wordage in various drafts of the pact The littIe* entente opposed the part because it envisages revision of the Vee-a Mea Treaty and readjustment of the European frontiers fhe treaty e Dc n fa rf dot, of prominent k.s of life. In Magi (Hip I ie EYi was the head one of ilia ex man widely I NKW YORK May 2ft eph W. Harriman, indicted who escaped from nurses roaring streets of the Lrxing line midtown business dial rte day, ostensibly to die. appeared today to have vanished without a trace. And though the weight of evidence still indicated that Harriman, ill and discouraged member of one of America's great financial famtl sought solace in suicide, p* federal agents united to gprt designed to prevent flight. Dead or alive, the missing banker was sought throughout the city, in former Ixing Island haunts, and near his New Jersey birthplace at Belleville. At first, when It was learned flv# note* Intimating .suicide had been left behind by Harriman, it was taken for granted that he had gone to die. Hut last night federal authorities learned that when he disappeared, if the !    with halting step, from th* nursing home where he was being eared for, Harriman went to the barber shop of Alfred Rammaec# a few doors away and had hts grav hair clipped as actors sometimes do when their roles require wigs. Armed with that information, twenty Federal agents joined th# hunt. Harriman former president of th# closed Harriman National Bank, was men in lowly J scheduled to go to trial Monday on Federal charges of making fraudulently    slummed before    ,pnt r"trlP" ln ,hr b*nk'* book* l® T    Cooper    at    Media    r°bc**I operations in the institu- i,. ,    ... j. ,,U11J I lion s set unties, w DUK* mauMJy unci    .. .    . lines 'illerI* urns a    Hli    would    have been post,- Ynd    pon,'d bf,c*U*e    Charles E. rough lture. of owners or nog* in various pit county during the past two weeks. Agent Joseph Hpringer. of West Chester, has been busy checking up dogs which do not display 1933 license tags. The owners of the ratlines have been given summons to obtain license* and appear ire fore magistrates. The roundup has enmeshed men d nowu in nil Flan of T to for t he id Mi A V. B GIVEN CUSTODY OF 2 CHILDREN Ralph S Swart*, president of (he entente Merchants Division of the Delaware I mu slier nations Die newest tentative County Chamber of Commerce. Every **tt, «' w*a learned recognize* the foigriiuine ating merchant# rhief objection of these nations and ,1UT ,nP Pni ii the response by JkPpcifle* that revision miuit be w it Din I hcerun nvri w ti ti e la iff- lnp league covenant From information emanating from i I’®1.1    19    50    to    the    it Hie British Foreign Office it was Warned thst the discussions arr proceeding smoothly, concurrently with ai ma ment discussions and preparations for the World Economic Conference It was suggested that German vs changed attitude on armament* might ire tiaceahle to ssurancea from eft her men have Mitchell that Is taking the attention of all the bank experts of the Fed* but h mg th an at lopping event a nth throughout cnt marred the i ut ion* taken ta a traffic men vt ntral busine sa Dining the dav ’iiv for a long time " >uld not state deflate! he felt safe in Chest cr I ta y won Id ii event a* ideal for me gala bd despite the heavy the day. not an arri-occasion, due to pre* y police Manv exert* employed in the est a bi lilied    Fiance tx cause of tier said close defensive alliance with the little educational che ie,* Iii tad .-nd-d „ „d, with .1* I    cmh'.'r;"d''.'h:n;.y«    upP,'«    I    <**«.    Bm ,< m. neglect,    I    _    .    “    m    " - ement of (he dog    Continued    un Last Pag# cw has struck heavily on ime other dog owners One Negro istrate PARIN. May 2ft ‘UPI- Helen when the money was sorely needed Zell Kendall was granted a divorce K EN MA LLs IIG Itll ORLER for ft aha iii coat iii et dogs. at hi of ti agen" od and clothing tly dressed in o hat evidently one ming dress outfit He said the fc r there were four rounded up home. belong to his son All    I e animals were removed by'    WASHINGTON of Hie R P C A because he    Treasury    balance Hic man wasjfrnm Hnrrv Kendall bv the Beme era!!* nod a j Court today. They were married in pH.rt..of Philadelphia. April 8. 1.324 V. *. TRI- \N| RY BALANCE May 20 tINS' — as of May lf), EQ ands of award Sylvania. New    Jersey,    Delaware and    then* was a    change    of    regime    a' Maryland,    is    the weather forecast    Broadmeadows. it is    said    Svkes    re- It will be    somewhat    cooler tomor-    lusPfl to takf.    orders    from the new row-    officials The highest temperature here yes- Mr white indicated, vesterdav that terdav was 76 degrees, at 4 30 p m pP wju asg Judo,. MacDade to fix Rusincss Definitely    Bettors    Court Rn Vs    in Favor of Levels of Year Ago, I . Darin Mother Cont est-S. Report    inn    Hus'iand's ( lainis WASHINGTON    May    20    (UP- J.mic- J Agnew    Jr. of 206 So % Business throughout the country con- second street. Colwyn failed vester- day in his attempt    to obtain custody of his two young    daughters, when Judge* W. Roger p’ronrfield and John M Broomall sent the youngsters home with their mother. Agnew and hi* wife, Mrs Harriet K Agnew, who lives in an apartment at 433 Main street, Darby, separated more*than seven years ago. The girls, Gertrude. 9. and'Margaret, 7, have been living Lh the mother. T he name of one Conrad Swank, of Darby, was linked with his wife bv Agnew, who abo objected to the fact that his wife s nephew, Harry Chase, j i his et.* were distributed to those mak-purchaaes and each store had a in which the tickets were depos-AH these’ tickets were- collected moining and taken to Hie office he Chamber of Commerce, where in one large con- r and .sealed. 3 p rn t * Kl ii v ill be* select e nations that there would be revision Of the Veisailles Treaty FOUR UADTURED IN LIQUOR RAIDS County detectives and Blate Detective A L. Mc Neal swoojred down on e \eial places last night where liquor law violations were suspected and in they made an arrest lid not afford to obtain 1402.487.163 77:    expenditure*. for them Another Negro wa.s excused from payment of the fine and costs because Continued <»n I,ast Page HON US ARMY UNIT DRESEN TFI) DROR EEM 130,38ft 53; 544 793 49. customs receipts »in.- $12,* Congress Today (Bf UNITED PRESX) NEN ITE na be* IOO of these tick- law' vi and the person* each c written on them Rose and Tony Boral one of the manv block Market street, M pri off* Between oft sud 60 liers of the Bono of the 200 Washington I* J reus Hook, and surrounding ham Ws election Hall plaza JADAN REPLIES TO ROOSEVELT MESSAGE d Mayor WU- who have gained notoriety through Marcus Hr officiate at the their disapproval of the liquor laws, problem >k lcorough {ai vterday, Continues Iaiuderback trial. Haggling mem- Banking Committee considers nom-Army enroute to unction of Harrv I. Hnpkim of New from New York York. to be Federal relief admlnis-posnt* presented tt;,for nth Conferees meet on "blue sky" curlttes bill. and the lowest was 54 at 6 a date for a hearing immediately The average of 65 was one degree ypojj pn; return to the benrh above normal for the date and four degrees above the average May 19 last year. Maximum temperature for the date is 91. established in 1911, and minimum 41 in 1882. Sunrise todav w’as at 5 41 a rn., and sunset will be at 8 14 p rn Eastern Daylight Saving Time Continued on La*t Page I IVOR VI IRO It) >PI lh SECOND WARD HOME IS SCENE OE BLAZE Spontaneous combustion of rags used in shellacking floors is believed ting millions of men to work, business has continued to edge forward Business and administration leaders are mofe opt im istle than they have been in many months Electrical output has continued to rise with increased operations, principally in the textile districts. Output in the past week was 2 2 pci cent. above the corresponding period of last yrnr. compared with a gain of only ft 5 per cent in the preceding mg of the Chester Ro wok Bank clearings this wePk were warns Club* a’ 12 15 off only 2 7 per rent. from a year ago Tue.sda* Tin* mcGin An increase in steel output this charge of William Pro* week to 35 per cent of capacity, meeting will b* at the nrarlv three times the rate ovrr the 511 Welsh street. WASH I NGT President R.»r Hirohito of Ja; IKHI Of peace world Tile reply In e caught with a quantity of alleged Itquor and when arraigned before Magistrate Clark, of Glenolden were each held under $1500 bail for court Raymond J. Needles, of the loo block, Marcus Hook, likewise was captured red-handed with liquor, the raiders declare and he too, was brought before Magistrate Clark who to the nation* of the f‘skPd ,,fKKi bal1 Pandit)* court »r-raignment May 20 GJpi t today received fro Emperor rommunlca- The honuseers, aboard a large motor truck, checked into the borough and as the center of the borough was also the destination of the truck which the army member* had "hopped.” I hey had nothing to do but hang atout’.d " No* having accomodations for this number of men, Sergeant of police P J McBride and Patrolmen Frieze and Mr Hee went into consultation rfm< Iud**# and decided tha* the best solution hearings. hoi si: Considers Olass-Bteagall banking bill. Interstate Commerce Com rn it te# hearings on re-employment bill. Ways and Means Committee dose# hearings on re-employment bill. Interstate Commerce Commute# railroad reorganization on ti I hf t leg; he; iphif n 1 of the Mayor speak a* Wj ["mn 1. Jr    will ii Dav    nvfi - try and Ki-p rn    next will be in rf. Jr    The ’heater Club men* have j you for thy b* thr fie-1 of the world versa! dr pre message to government sider#* ion 11 of lid be ti William Davis, of Astort Mill* nu    to my hand*    fdd °ffendrr, was trapp'd bv    Hie raid- of    this    month    f>rs wllb some alleged liquor    and he wa* held in $1500 ball by Magistrate Clar k Detective McNeal testified that. buy*’ had been ser tired In    rath in stance before the raids whir you American Governed to me I thank lunication inspired assuring the peace • ;' 'lining t he uni> I have caused your CAR LOA DI NUS tnmittrd to m* h' r earnest con-    IN( RE/A SE/ IN NY E. E. K RI RBISII IV A A I BL!/I A pile of rubbish in rh' cellar of a dwelling at 1811 West Second street, became ignited a* 1ft o'clock last night and district ti omen re-    2’o'clock sponded to an alarm The Felton Company soon had the flames extinguished. The damage was slight. HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (Bv faired Press) BOM IF SCRATCHES I — Mortirnm. Redivius. >tnne Martin, strolling Time. Lotighpnrt, ( ross-board. ?—Port'*r* Dream 3— ‘ None I— None 5—Scotch Gold 6— None , 7—Maimhect. Come On. Ingrv La^v. Squeeze Plav, Oregon Fir. letla. Fra. Light Breeze. St Ignatius. Rusted. by fire officials to have bern the cause year end. is under food to have placed of a fire in the' home of I rwl.* Lo wen- manv steel companies "in the black ’ stein. 1619 Edgmont avenue which fo. the first time in many months and destroyed a divan and damaged other has raised hopes for an advance in furniture, yesterday afternoon shortly the wages of steel worker These have been reduced on an average of Mrs Lo we net cm had been shel- 23 p; r cent since the start of the dr-lacking the floors in her home and pr ss ion had gone to a neighbor's home for a    A large    part    of the    current upswing few momenta lo visit. Kmerjing. she    is believed to    have    been forced bv saw heavy rmoke pouring irom the increased consumer demand for goods windows on both the first and second created by mer'•« 'd payrolls and em-floors of her home Her screams at-    ploymen:    and    pro p    i - of advance- tracted neighbors who turned in an    rn prices    The rise    rn open market alarm from Box 413. at Eighteenth prices of stocks and major farm com-strect and Edgmont avenue    mod Lies already is estimated to have District fire companies responded exceeded $15,000,000,000 and the flames quickly extinguished    , b the crew of the G >od Will Com- OIE IND* SIRY RADS pany, No 2. the first to arrive at the HELD IN RIDLEY MYSTERY -cene The dnmvgrri furniture was removed from the house AT ( III K( HILL DOM NS I irreil. My Roberta I... I—Hoosier Pride. .—sin- Terry. Belly Prince. Pony I p, Pon*>, *fem* Pollv 3—Cayuga. Running Mater. Gleoola. frond .’r    i*ret*y 'mnk. Lit tle C -vnnellT. I— None 5—Baggage Miss. 6— None 7—Loc ;j«t Moss. 8— x>ne . Weather, clear; track, fast. County Twins on 78th Birthday The oldest twins rn the neighborhood of Upland are observing their birthday anniversary todav They an Miss Mary Castle of Upland, and Mrs Harry Hippie of Media who are receiving congratulation* today in honor of their seven!v-eighth birthday. Until a few years ago Mrs Hippie w >.* a resident of Upland and a well-known teacher in the Up-lana school.* for many years Miss Cr5-tie h”* always lived in Upland. The r;e be w 'll these sisters IS a strong one and *hmr loyalty and devotion to rr»F-» other is a bv-o-ord in them native borough. PROPOSED TAX WASHINGTON, May 20 -*UP> Toe Am"ncan oil industry, through its spokesman. Fayette P Dow. of Washington, D C.. today vigorously protested against thr proposed thrrr-fourths of a cent increase rn the Federal Gasoline tax Dow appearing at hearings before the House ways and means committee advocated substitution of a general sales tax for revenue needed to finance President Roosevelt s $3 300 -00ft OOO public works program. DELEGATES TO CONVENTION Rev Louis J Velte, ut 340    West Seventh street, pastor of the    First Baptist Church, and Mrs. Velte. have b«-n elected drleaa’* s bv n.emb'r ol    Mfl'i    th*    arrest    of    Arthur    I    Hoffman    -left.    and    (.corge    Goodman,    New th? congregation, to r r "nt    the    York    police    believe    the    mystery    of    the    murder    of    Edward    Ridley,    millionaire church et the Norrhrm Hip'    Con-    clientry    and    hi*    secretary,    Lee    Weinstein    i*    near    solution    Hoffman    and vent ion to be held in Wasiiingtor P C.. beginning Tu"*dp May 22 WASHINGTON May 20    «t'P> The American Rail wa*. A •-or, a lion todav announced that (arlondmg for the week ending M av 13 amounted to 531095 cars an increa / of 7 276 cars above the preceding w eek The week's total repre i-nt'd an | increase of 13,835 (ar- above the cor I re*ponding week a year wn but a decrease of 215,982 cars below tin corresponding week in 1931 The association said comparison; revealed that all commodities for the week of May 13 showed increase over the corresponding week of lait year. with the exception of merchandise less than carload lot freight. Miscellaneous freight loadings totaled 198 811 car* an increase of 1.745 ear.* above the week and 6 610 car* above the correspond mg week a year ago in to then problem was to get the men out of town, in an orderly manner. A string of automobile convoy trucks, c.(Trying new cars from a New York stale factory to Washington and other southern points, fame along at this time, and the answer was af, hand. Stopping the convoy, (lie police placed as many men in each tar on the trailer-trlicks as the car would hold About thirty were dispatched n this manner A large truck rumbled along, and lf was stopped and the remaining men were piled Into it. The truek moved away I opicsof Times Dominating wives can cause a man to become nervous W’e wish a (Certain alderman would clip this out and show it to his better half. The barrel shortage in Chicago la worrying brewers Chance,* are the school teachers in that section ar# wearing >m. Nude swimmers in Ridley creek and lhp Chester creek are going to be barred. onu "-rs shouted their thanks to the rf ads H local new,* item That s just ffirers and peace and calm des- hare facta of the affair. ended ijpon Marcus Hook police    ______ headquarters. STOCK LEADERS IN FRACTIONAL DEC LINE NKW YORK, May 20 'UP' Stocks opened Irregular today in relatively light turnover. Most of the leaders made fractional declines, U S. Steel opened at 47’«, off ’n; Westinghouse Electric 35 %. off S; Allied Chemical 101 off (; American A writer says the raising of snails is a profitable business. May be profitable, but slow. A drunken driver in police court yesterday said he had only a few bottles of beer. How he flatters that 3.2 beer. Rome breviers advertise the fact that they will not put out br’er until it is greatly aged. Possibly following the example of those radio dudes who onrla held at the ^ev nPrq I •Is, while Ameri- Mo*t of those persons placing 1ft ear.* in their beer garden.1 are hoping 50 more. BU L PLAYER'S MIMI \ff Tel-phonr 109'., nit v Auburn Autoi**)rln‘ "m°dem" >'*'* 49, off H; and Chrysler 19%, off *4. Copper share* were steady to firm Kennecott and Ans previous ‘closing Ie can Smelting rose '« to 28 V Railroad shares were steady around the previous close Utilities rased small amounts. Oils met moderate Wallace J Zrttle, 19, of 225 Lloyd profit-taking after their rise yesterday street, sustained a fracture of the sec- and eased fractionally, ond finger of the right hand when General Motors was active in its I he Weather WASHINGTON, May 2ft— I P' — The weather forecast: Eastern Pennsvhama; Local thun* struck on    the    finger tip by a base-    division It opened 3000 -liares at    dershowers this    afternoon or tonight, ball    22 - up % point. Others of the au-    Cooler in west    and north    portions Zrttle. a member of the Felton Ha ’ tomobile divi ion were down slightly, tonight. Sunday fair and cooler. and Chemical Company baseball team, Radio Corporation, yesterday's most New Jersey: Local thundershowers and one of    the    most    popular catchers    active issue, opened 1 300 shares at    this afternoon    or tonight.    Sunday rn county    amateur    baseball circles.    7 unchanged It held around that    fair and cooler. was taken to the Chester Hospital by level in the early trading.    Western    Pennsylvania:    Local ftrcr*i*n of that company, and th*" fracture reduced. FIRE AT SCRANTON SCRANTON May 20 UP1 Dain- ( ll HICK!) MUH FORGERY JERSEY CIT Y, N J . May 20 'UP' A man described bv police as the Rev. E Bensell Sharpies.*. 5ft. of thundershowers this afternoon or earlv tonight; cooler tonight, Sunday fair and cooler. CrMman «hown after th'ur arrest, are <-aid to have admitted faking the age estimated a’ $125 000 sas caused Jersey Cliv vus held    ooay as a pidtex wiT in roHu*ien w* h M einstein and of robbing the millionaire of bv a fire which swept the wooden fugitive from J us'ice rn Mansfield ard concluding the folio wing Mon- *?lftftftft Hurinr the last year and a half. Weinstein was named beneficiary j buildings of 'he Finch Manufacturing > P where he is charged with aay.    in    the    will    to    the    extent    of    12(Hi,OOO.    Company Plan! here,      _    .    _____ TOI US TEMPERATURE* 6 a rn 6ft IO a rn...... 7 a rn.  6ft ll a rn...... 8 a rn ......62 Noon ......... $ a. rn. mum bi n IO 74 ;