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Chester Times (Newspaper) - May 23, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE lONTIIS, EN DI Xii DECEMBER SI, 1932 20,328 FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ★ With All Latest and Best News of the Day 5TTH VEAR—NO. 17.600. Dally    Wire    Rf    pert*    of    United    Pros* and Intftnational New* Service (INS* I UP i CHESTER. PA., TI ES DAV. MAV 23. PRICE. TWO CENTS DAVIS WINS POINT H ICH KR INCOMES ON DISCUSSIONS LEVY TO PAV FOR AT ARMS PARLEY ll S. WORKS PLAN J. P. morgan and partners face senate American Forces Delegates to Take I p Arms Angle at Once Security Phase, Insisted on by France, tines to Special Committee GENEVA, May 23-<UP> Pressing on after his oratorical triumph of yesterday, Norman H Davis, chief United States delegate to the disarmament conference, forced delegates of the leading European powers to agree today to discuss disarmament at once, leaving discussion of security to a special committee. The General Steering Commission of the conference, in a half hour meeting after that of the Big Five,” decided to take notice of French claims by discussing reduction of war materials and security on alternate days before the full commission. This compromise was aimed at satisfying both the United States and France. The commission was asked to take up war materials at its meeting today, and to discuss possible texts of consultative pacts and the definition of an aggressor nation tomorrow afternoon At Davis’ suggestion it was agreed to devote tomorrow morning to private negotiations calculated to lead the way to agreements. Consultative pacts are desired by France and her allies as an additional safeguard against attack France wants to leave the question of disarmament for some future time Davis persuaded her to talk disarmament now. The concession was of major importance after Davis’ speech yesterday in he offered the history making United States proposals of co-operation with European nations. in event any nation breaks the peace France said her security, and that oi her allies, must be discussed before actual disarmament By last midnight Davis had induced them to agree that while security must be talked publicly,. disarmament should be. discussed privately at the same time Tile “Big Five’’ met today at the hotel of Arthur Henderson, chairman of the disarmament commission. I The members, besides Davis, of this special steering committee, are Joseph House Committee Votes Increases, Which Now Ho to House Normal Rates to He 6rf and 10%; Last Year's Excises Are Continued WASHINGTON, Max 23 «UP President Rooj-evelt’s National R -coven bill. bulwarked w ith a $700 -000 000 taxation section to assure thi government of adequate funds to I carry out Its vast re-employment ! campaign, was ready today to b< I placed before the House. On direct orders from the Whiu J House, the Wavs and Means Coir* I mittee late last night wrote into t bill a section extending until July i j 1935. all the excises and special salt taxes imposed last year. These im- | posts, estimated to yield $500 000,000 yearly, would have expired July I 1934 After adopting this section, the I committee voted a favorable report on the whole bill, with its $3,300,000.- j OOO public works program to create I jobs for millions and its American j ' two year plan" for government ' supervision of industry to stabilize j employment, wages and production j Chairman Doughton planned to lay i the report before the House today. Debate may begin Wednesday. Extension of the “nuisance taxes” is in addition to a provision levying 1 $220,000 OOO in new income and gaso- j line taxes to meet financing charges j on the public works program. The administration asked for and obtained an unprecedented provision automatically repealing these new taxes whenever the Eighteenth ! ( ont in arri on Page Ten (GINTY TKR ASP It Kit ISSI KS A KUMAI, inquiry MORGAN DEFENDS SCHOOL RO PRI VA TE BANKING A T SENA TE Q UIZ OF THE BUI Head of One of World's Greatest Financial Institutions Reads Statement, Saying Such Groups Perform Functions an Incorporated C oncern Cannot Admits Mistakes Errors of Judgment, Not of Principle, He Declares Explanation Precedes Questioning of Committee and Pecora, Its Counsel -Crowd Riots Over Admissions 'D \L II ji jjU Ie it WAS Pterpo worlds gan h bank in HIN TO? of Inten been fill br and .e confusion The room *d for an hour but men Final Decision Pro!) Meet inc: to He He!< .Monday Drastic Move Adopt* at ive to Col lect i Delinquent Taxes The Cdr der S« )»>-I Board at a regular ni MMin held I.' night in tho I akin Building Boad tad Crosby streets, adjourned without taking action on the budget for the school year, 1933-1934 It is probable that final action will be taken next Monday evening. James L. Rankin You I jilted rf still strung hear from t policemen led th if xtuced a ic action affecting elaborate private bi There I both the j batiking > forms mal jxirated it the years. nom, ne ( ate aud til em. for ll functions I tut ion can said, tile p have built lr own an Some who had arrived ii r dresses were In sad di ring and with hair sd dr eyes tm For years almost a figure of mystery, reputed!' one of the most powerful men in the world of hanking and financial affairs, John Piermont Morgan, head of the If< >*c of Morgan, steps into Hie glaring spotlight of the Senate Investigating C ommittee, when he appeared, under su poena, to testify in the inquirv directed at private hanking. Two of Morgan s well-known business partners. I hortias Lamont and s. Parker (.ilherl, also Imir hern subpoenaed, during the session I erdinand Pecora. spacial counsel tor Hie s* ti ate (ommittee, will have an opportunity to quiz .Morgan and his partners concerning many transactions never made public. MAY MARKET KUK THURSDAY FAIR AND WARM FR, WE A TH KR FOR KF A ST Annual (’Hester Hospital Affair Expected to Fn-tertain Throng Continued on Page Ten REFUSED TK PAY MEDIA PARKING FINE Mrs Louis Cole Emmons. of Swarthmore, refused yesterday to pay a fine imposed upon her bv Magistrate Fred T. Cooper, of Media, for violation of parking regulations of Media on May 6 Drspfte *ae admoni- 1 County Treasurer William Dirkel today denied the truth of any allegations, that there was an arrangement between any bonding company handling bonds on beer licenses and the county treasurer s office. Regarding charges made that there was desk space granted to the Seaboard Surety Company, represented in this area by Senator John J. McClure, in his offices the county treasurer emphatically denied the allegation. He said the surety company furnishing bond for a license, had no influence whatever on the granting of a license, that, if the application Is made in proper form, any company, which has filed Its statement with the prothonotary’s office may furnish expens the bond and the license will be Those at the head of this enterprise, approved by the licensing office.    which    is    for    one    of    charity’s    most Mr. Dickel further said that there    worthy    appeals    have been working    un- was no desk space granted in his ceasingly for sometime to provide a offices, but that since the licensing sale of diversified Only two days remain opening of the May Marl spacious lawns of the Ch pital when residents of th county will be afforded I tunity to assist the inst it ut mg funds to help defray t until th** eel on the ester Hosts city and he oppor-on In raison'!*' of its will be fair in ». New' Jerse .'land. Fair ai ow s forecast, ate afternoon ( e highest temj iv was 78 d"gr the lowest wa average of 70 f normal I Pen De md T I terdi The a bov last live and minimi sunset will Daylight Ss 6.30 it 5 Mav Max Is 92 ■d in 5 39 a e for 1911, , and CROZER SEMINARY COMMENCEMENT Program for Juno A and Ii Announced; Reunion of (.raduates a Feature Commencement exercises of Crower T heological Seminary will begin Sunday, June 4, at 10.30 a. rn , when the annual anniversary sermon will br preached in the Upland Baptist Church, by Dr. Milton ti. Evans, began a representative of the McClure company, acting for the Seaboard Surety Company, had been present in the hallway and had continued to solocit the business of those applying for ficense. However, the approach had been made in the public corridor. He also said that the McClure company had taken temporary desk space in the County Building, which houses public offices opposite the courthouse. Records show that so far. less than 50 applications of the 250 made out, have been handed in after bonding. tions of her attorney. R W Beatty, she decided to take an appeal to court. Today, however, it was indicated she would settle the case with the magistrate. According to Media police, Mrs. Emmons, having been wa.ned once about parking on the wrong side of State street, returned in less than an hour and parked in the same place, this time receiving a ticke* from the patrolman on duty. It was said she Clure, and the United State refused to obey a subpoena to appear before Magistrate Cooper and Corporal Bloom, of the State police. was sent with a warrant. At the hearing, subsequently, she refused to pay the fine and costs Mrs. Emmons who is prominent In Swarthmore, is the wife of Louis Cole Emmons, realty man and builder in that borough. ides of both useful as well as ornamental goods and aho entertainment fca'wfr-, ai d novelties for those who patronize the event. There is* an unusually attractive list of prizes including an automobile. For the convenience of those desiring to remain from the afternoon until the close of the affair and those who wish to partake of a good substantial whole erne meal in the open air the committee ha*' announced the serving of supper on the lawn. One of the important features con nie bonding companies handling the cerns the “Donation Booth" which will applications have been the Seaboard receive contributions of jellies, linens. Company, represented bv Senator Mc- pillow cases, sheets, money or any ■ Fidelity articles that can be used in maintain- Company, represented by David S. Wolfenden. an insurance broker in the Upper Darby section of the county. CO!’NT Y OIL HK ADS TO FIGHT TAX KISE ATTENDING CONVENTION Rev. Louis J. Velte, pastor of the First Baptist Church. Seventh and Fulton streets, and Mrs. Velte. left Chester this morning for Washington, D. C„ where they will attend the Northern Baptist convention, in session until next Monday. r. S. TRF An! RY BAL A.NC F WASHINGTON, May 23 -.INS) — Treasury balance as of Mav 20 $387,-600.801.24; expenditures. $4 191,337 20; customs receipts, $14,250,274 28. HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (Bt United Press) WASHINGTON TARK 1—(None I. 2—Victorium. 3— Little Patriot, My Ro«* I—Yoltina. 5—(None). 6—I None I, 7—I None I. 8—Mi*wie, Red Casino. Weather, clear; track, fast. AT BOVATE 1—Caille Wickes, Open Spares, Satin Tights. 2—i None I. 3—Gramarye.    St. Nick, Postponement, War Banner. 4—Silverdale. 5—I None). 6—(None I. 7—Primlin. Zembla, Silver Scepter. Gay Partv, Ruane. Dark Ayr. Weather clear: track fast. mg the hospital or aiding the patients. For many years there has been a regular Donation Day set aside for the friends of the hospital to contribute and this has been cancelled in lieu of the Donation Booth at the May Market. The booths will take on a typical fete appearance The flower booth. in charge of Mrs, A R. Granger, Continued on Page Light INOCULATIONS FOK TINK I M ARFA Wholesale inoculations as a prevention against typhoid fever are being given in the Tinicum area to residents in the flood-infested area of the township. The second of a series of three inoculations will be given this afternoon at Lester school by a corps of physicians. assisted by a staff of nurs»s. The first modulation was given a week ago. It is estimated that five hundred persons received the preliminary m-that he would call a meeting of the oculation at the school last Tuesday, heads of the oil industries of Delaware county and take every step to file vigorous protests with all members of Congress on any increase of the gasoline tax as the industry is more heavily taxed than any other in the country. LOCAL CONTINGENT MAY BE SENT VV EST William D Mason of the Sun Oil Company has received the following telegram from W. P Taylor, secretary, Associated Petroleum Industries of Pennsylvania: ’ House Ways and Means Committee endorsed additional 5 cent gas-line tax. Necessary to arouse all organizations and newspapers and flood Congressional delegations with protests. Determined mass opposition imperative. Please do everything possible." Mr. Mason Is chairman of this district of the association and of course, will become very active, as will the entire oil industry of the United States, fighting an additional three-fourths of one cent per gallon on gasoline. Mr. Mason intimated this morning GENERAL PRICE, GUEST OF HONOR Men of ( Din pan > IL 111th Infantry, Stage Review in the Armory r in the mild aa v State of Penmyi-jugh ail the steps n s grades and of ranks concluding >m the position of command of the mal Ouard. were veiling when Major rn O Price, Jr. was he Chester Armory. •oui Streets, by officers c present Company U, , which is the lineal my of Company B eginx nt It was in he old Sixth that retired, enlisted 1886, at the age president of tin Monday, June Baptist Minister Vicinity will as* mcnt Hull on t tor a contemn drrss, built arm. meeting. “As Others given by Rev. K Mc Pastor of the Pullen tis! Church. Raleigh Members of the H< of the Seminary will Dual meeting at 3 p Seminary. 5, st 10.45 a. rn., the of Philadelphia and ruble in Commencr-ie Seminary campus ■ at which the ad-ld the theme of the tee Us”, will be cill Po teat. Jr., Memorial Bap-N. C. iud of Trustees convene in anni , June 5, in for violation is the sacrifice of ctedi Th • financier claimed for the pr vale banker “No more power of know mg the future than any other men "WY have made many mistakes I he conceded, and added “Who In not during the past five year, ? But out mistakes have bo n erroi I of judgment and not of principle “ Morgan appeared before a commit I fee chamber parked to the dom ,, an with thousands milling around out ! side the ca pit ol trying to get ii Pollee controlled th difficulty, His defense and private banking questioning by men committee and its < Pecora. Charges that bat way into hoard of were “carelessly rn the committee I hat no partner in the house of Morgan had ever done so, As Morgan lagan his testimony at, long a rn <E8T I, the scene in the committee room and Just outside was JAPAN OCCUPIES CITY OF PEIPING Troops Killer Ancien! Capital of China; Native Residents in Panic Mi 'nim A hi Mil' ran was sworn in by Ch •r, of the Senate Hankie He chatted with Sens ( a seat mid-way of th Hee table. •avy gold watch chain led across his vest. get In. women barred sum-;>e r-lnto mum hung “Do you desire to nu ut?" Morgan was “I .should like to Morgan replied “It help the committee can and I have rn make any state- asked Mr. Chairman." is our desire to aa much as we id** up a short Continued on I’age Ten •rowd with great plana I ion of the tem preceded rl of the Senate nisei, Ferdinand TS “force" their rectors, he said, r" He assured Morgan Assets Shrink 50 P. C. WASHING ION, May 23 <UP> Assets of J, P. Morgan Ar Co. shrank almost 96 per cent. between January 2, 1931, and December 31, 1932. J P. Morgan revealed today in the Senate stock market investigation Assets on the prior date wi re $703 9(41 403 69, and on December 31, 1932, the figure was $424.708,095 56. SHANGHAI. March 23 (INS)- A temporary peace arrangement between the Japanese and Chinese forces was reached at Peiping today. The terms have not yet been received here. A brilliant care or gat fixation of the ma , ranging thr of th ie enlisted me th e < commissioned WI th retirement fr< M r General in Pc nm sylvan!* Natl* the offices of President main building of tho I While the trustee the members of a classes will hold th Evans, in the Seminary. are in session, number of old r reunion, with wn recall Genet honored at Eighth and f and men of 111th Infant descendent ( of the old Si: Company B General Pm as a private age of seven! Answering omp :th I of 1 e, no in * Ii een to t h ut bin. mv cai of last evening, sixtv-two me to roll call urn answered to roll ( pony was formed Sr and the retired of armory, and took Ii the company, with veterans, headed b A a Campbell, fori rear and to his Ugh! in with Colonel Ca charter member of ( “Sixth" and who v its first sergeant. com rn irs i on d ranks in the t were as follows. Charles B lions of the ie full cornfed In and The corner platoons *r entered the position facing line of the old Colonel James d two paces .n Those who fell I bell, who is a npany B of the i at one time fore rising to I guard Ross. a each class holding a meeting. This graduate reunion will take place at 2 p rn, with the following classes participating '83. 88, ’93 *:»8. ’03. ’OH 13, ’18. and ’28 A business meeting of the Alumni will follow in the Seminary Chapel, an election of officers to be a feature. Arthur D. Hilton, of the class of 1903, who is a resident of Hav * rf Ord, i this county, will give the address at the lumni Society banquet, which will be held at 6 p in , on the evening of Monday, June 5. in th** students’ hall. Forma] commencement ceremonies attending the graduation of the class i of 1933, will la gin at 10 30 a rn. I Tuesday. June 6. with the commencement address to be given bv William Ernest Hooking, I HD Alford Professor of Philosophy, Harvard University Cambridge, Mass BLUECOAT, OFF DUTY, INJURES WOMAN An automobile St urn rn, a Pro*pe< t mini an who wa i and seriously in driven t Park off duty, lured Mrs, IK former Torpor poral, and TI B odo Ward, Blake] cor ail F E e pa -struck Ernily venue. JURORS’ PAY CUT BILL IS SIGNED Reduces Remuneration to $.3 a Day; Approves .Manv Other .Measures ( ontinued on Page I rn PETER S. KOCHAN NEW MAGISTRATE Peter 8 Kor hail Eddystone, has been appointed bv Governor Pinchot. t j be justice of the peace in Eddystone borough, .succeeding the late Daniel J Murphy Koehan is captain of Company C, this city, of the P N. O. Leslie, 45. of 709 Hibbard Collingdale, a: Mac Dade boulevard and Chester pike, Collingdale, last night. Mrs. Leslie was taken to Delaware County Hospital, where she was found to be suffering from a possible fracture of the skull, head laceration.*, and other injuries. Stumm, who lives at 725 Fifteenth avenue. Prospect Park, was taken in custody by Patrolman Emil Kettle, of the Collingdale police forre and held in $500 bail by Magistrate Robert J. MacBrldc, for further hearing ifj await the outeome of the womans injuries. PEIPING. Mav 23 GNS) Japanese troops occupied Peiping, ancient capital of China, today Chinese, residents in re terrified as the Building forces marched through the streets while Nanking defense troops fled south. Helmeted and brandishing fixed bayonets, the Japanese temporarily occupied the Chienmen Railroad station in Peiping The flag of the invaders was Immediately hoisted over the station, proclaiming their annal. At the same time, HOO Japanese troops from Tientsin, commanded by Major Miya.saki, occupied Peiping for the purpose of protecting Japanese residents and strengthening the Japanese legation garrison The Mlyasukl brigade left their I oidium d on Page I rn RAMMED VESSEL IN DORT SAI FLY NORFOLK, Va, May 23 'UP> -The steamship Sagebrush, rammed last night in a collision with ti .teamer City of Rayville, off Ch* J ie ake light vessel, arrived al ti Newport News Khipbuilding and Dr dock Company today limb r her ow power, The City of Rayville was flight damaged in the crash, In a heavy to She proceeded to Philadelphia Ti Sagebrush had a stove-in bow, ai came full speed to drydock. COUNTY FIREMEN nm ll. X. LOSS ON WAH DEBTS, BILLION Comes as Result of Depreciation of American Dollar, It Is Stated WASHINGTON, May 23 'Copyright, 1933, by United Pres*) The United state* Government has suffered a “paper loss ’ of more than $1,000,000,4)00 on war debts owed by foreign countries as a result of depreciation of the American dollar, it was estimated today. Monetary authorities pointed out that payments on the $11,426,777,854 war debts due the United States may be made in any kind of United States money, because passage of the fin rn bill earlier this month made ill I United States money legal tender Hie debts previously had been payable only in gold. As United States paper money already has depreciated in terms of for-1 eign currency anywhere from IO to I 20 per cent, lf foreign governments take advantage of the privilege to pay in other than gold money, their debt burden would be reduced a corresponding amount. Debtors might also purchase United States Government bonds with de- f ontinued on rage fin TWO COUNTY BOYS REROUTED MISSING resolution proposing drast in regards to unpaid taxes properties In the city. Mr Rankin presented to the meeting a memorandum deliverer! to him by Dr. S. P. Gray, tax collector, together with a record of all unpaid taxes affecting properties In the City of Chester lying north of Sixth street extending from Ridley Creek on th* east to Trainer Borough on the west. A memorandum showed that out of a total tax real estate duplicate of $780.982 45, the total collected up to Mav 20 was $570,676 91 leaving uncollected $210,305 54; on a total of lier capita taxes charged of $90,819 00, the only amount collected to May 20 was $33,00*3 03 leaving unpaid $57-815 97; also that the amount collected between May I and May 20 was $5,-758 07 Upon motion of Mr. Rankin a resolution was adopted in effect that the secretary of the board be in-l st meted to advise all financial institutions, real estate offices and attorneys that they could Inspect on and , after Monday, May 29 at the office of the secretary, a list showing all unpaid .school taxes for the year 1932 and suggesting that these institution* and individuals should inspect the list and join in urging owners to pay school taxes upon properties In which they are interested through mortgage liens or otherwise; a1.0 that Dr. Gray be advised bv the secretary, that the board will require settlement of his tax accounts as required by law on Monday, June 5, 1933; and fur-thcre that Dr Ofay ta requested and Instructed, at the expense of tho Continued on Page Ten OWNERS OF DOGS PROCURE LICENSES Owners of dogs from all part* of Delaware county descended in force I on the office of County Treasurer William Dickel, at Media, yesterday, to obtain 1933 dog licenses With upwards of 400 of the little tags issued, yesterday was probably the busiest dog license day this year. It, was evident that news of the ar-i tivities of the agent of the State Department of Agriculture in bringing prosecutions against owners of un-' licensed dogs, had spread far and wide. All morning, men and women I stood in line awaiting their turn at one or the other of two windows where the licenses were being issued. 'I he treasurer's office had another busy day with applicants for beer es Treasurer Dickel had expel ted to issue the first batch of licenses today, but his official forms will not be ready until tomorrow. Thursday is the final day when per-'-on.s desiring to sell the 3 2 per cent, beer may apply for licenses. HARRIMAN RECOVER!NG MINEOLA N V, May 23 (UP)—. Unguarded for the first time sine# h'* attempted suicide Saturday, Joseph W Harriman, indicted banker, wag recovering from self-inflicted knife wounds, today and probably will ba able to leave Nassau Hospital before hts trial on Federal charges next Monday. Congress Today (ny UNITED Pitt SS) HARRISBURG. Pa.. May 23—(UP) —Economies in the operation of state and local governments were made Chester boys in the reforestation ' army training cantonment at Camp George G. Meade, Md., have begun to make a name for themselves in atRM1(:5I>lgi5ndCeamPi welterweight possible today in Governor Pinchot s lioxrr, who is a member of the Roma approval of bil-s sent him by the t ate Athletic Club, won his first boxing iogi unuro. bout in the camp last Friday night, according to a letter received by a member of the club yesterday In the letter, written by Samuel Morgan    in Regal Role as He Goes to Defend Bank Chester Times Ad Soon Sold Boat J C. Dreyer. of 135 Mohawk avenue, Norwood, had an outboard motor which he desired to sell He thought of the Cheder -Times Classified advertisements and after ordering a small ad, he awaited results. But he did not wait long A purchaser '•ame along, paid the $35 In jig time and everyone was satisfied. Dreyer’s statement was: "If you want to sell anything in a hurry, use the Chester Times classified advertisements. He announced    approval of 39 bills and veto of two.    leaving 547 awaiting his action before    June 4 Tile economies    wert effected in his Menaretti,    who    formerly    lived    on    aPProyal of !^*    Scott bul reducing    nfrR flying,    prepared    to    dr Franklin street,    and    is now    connected    ■*uror1s    -, a^„a.n.(i ‘V*    self    b    fore    the    United    S with Company No. 36 the boys in WASHINGTON. May P Morgan sallied out Carlton here early today camp are planning to have a baseball team composed of Chester players. Lefty Bowen, of the West End, will pitch. Tile boys from this city, now in the reforestation army expect to be sent to Yellowstone National Park. HITLER REVIEWS FLEET KIEL Germany. May 23—(UP)— While the Disarmament Commission met at Geneva to discuss the United States proposals, Adolf Hitler. Nazi a mile and witnesses’ pay to $2 a day and three cents a mile, reductions of $1 a day for each; the Woodward bill abolishing the December assessment and registration of voters; the Scott bills fixing assesors’ pay at $3.50 for tomr day actually worked; the Scott bill eliminating one of the days for mg Committee. He stro' a general going into bat by his imposing staff of J ie INS)-J ye Hotel Ith bt rd him* • Banker th like followed mnsel arid a1 assurance in the pride of his name and the prestige of his house Ilk. Interesting Session Held by Association at I pper Darby Nomination of officers, with only one candidate named for each office, featured the monthly me* ting of the Delaware County Firemen’s Anociation, held in the auditorium of the Upper Darby Senior High School last. night. More than 350 members of the county association heard George J. County and city police today were requested to be on the lookout for two missing boys, residents of the Chester pike district, who vanished yesterday afternoon 'I’lie boys ure Joseph Speeht, 15. 1124 Chestnut street, Darby, and William Barkous, 16, of Laurel road, Sharon HUI. Tile Darby boy is d*‘-.xci ibed sis having light brown hair and blue eyes, Hr- wore a light suit j with long trousers. Barkous has light ! brown, curly hair and brown eyes He has two front teeth missing. He wore a gray knicker suit and black shoes REGISTRY ASSESSORS PRESENT HOOKS SEN M E Continues Louderback impeachment trial Banking Committee begins Mo.gun investigation. Finance Committee r( limes consideration of nomination of Guy T Havering as Commissioner of Internal Revenue. HOI SE Continues consideration of Gla&s-8 tea gall Bank Reform Bill. Foreign Affairs Committee resume* hearing on Wheeler Silver Bill. I opicsof I imes California had an earthquake and Florida a tidal wave on the same day. You can’t beat these states when It comes to rivalry. A large number of registry assessors of the county, outside the city of Chester, presented their registry books at the offices of the county I commissioners, at Media, yesterday. The books were examined by Chief Clerk Frank Paxson and his aides and, exhibited here next Monday if they were in proper form, checks were drawn for the work done by the assessors. is oing to bo Thought A great big whale ore next N we had enough big fish in the city, A woman at Media w is granted a The registry book will now be hung divorce because her hubby was such at the polling places of each precinct, I an inveterate cross-word fan. Th® where, until July 19, they may be in- repor t does not say who was given peeled by voters.    ;    custody of the dictionary. - 'There has always been a fascinating Tawney, president of the f similarity about the Medius of Flor- men s Association, defend once and the Morgans of Manhattan, gsnization and urge it and the J P who stepped into the sunlight of Washington today to face :he Senate inquisitors was allowing ate Fire-that or-pport by fire-fighting assessors sitting at the polls; and the which will be used in the coming enserfing Committee bill, which cut gagement— a truckload of books and the pay of visiting judges from $30 to documents. $20 a day.    There    was    something    distinctly Additional revenue was provided for regal about the emergence of the the state through imposition of a world’s greatest banker from his graded license fee on bakeries, rang- night s seclusion in the Carlton Out live principal officers of the House of for a little difference in their tailors, Morgan the pontifical John W Lorenzo to the fife Davis, partners Lamont and Cochran, He appeared to have slept well, aland flanked by guards and clerks though ti is known that he conferred bearing the artillery and side-arms late with Mr Davis and assistant rise I; and his smile was easy and amiable. He walked with a spring in his step, with the spryness or a man in his fifties, rather than in his later sixties. Whatever the conclusions of the conference held In the hotel, there thp best judgment," he said. “For in-was nothing but confidence In the stance, for several years, the associa- every Delaware county unit. “There have been a lot of report* about the condition of the stat* body, whic h I want to spike," declared President Tawney, who is also chief of the Fire Department oI Harrisburg. “We have made an audit of the books and records of the association for the past four years and have found that things were honestly conducted, although there was some carelessness and, perhaps, in some instances, not FLAMES DAMAGE AI IO District fire company apparatus and crews were summoned to Twentieth street and Providence avenue at 3 15 p rn. yesterday, where the firemen found a small automobile of the coupe type in flames. The flames were quickly extinguished but not before the car had been badly .scorched. The alarm was turned In from Box 414, located at Nineteenth street and Providence avenue. WILL ELEC T OFFIC ERS A meeting of the Alumni Dramatic Association, of Chester High School, will be held Thursday evening in the Y. W C. A. building. Seventh and Sprout streets. As the annual elec- I A couple of foreigners stood up here when a band played “How Dry I Am," They thought it was th® national anthem. I he W eather WASHINGTON, .May 23—Weather forecast—Eastern Pennsylvania; Fair and slightly warmer tonight and Wednesday; Thursday, .showers. Western Pennsylvania:    lair    and warmer tonight; Wednesday increasing cloudiness and somewhat warmer; showers and thunderstorms Wednesday afternoon or night. ▼O' 5 VS TEMPER ATI RES Chancellor of Germany, stood on the    mg from $5 to $20 annually. The bill,    wardiy calm and smiling, superficially    bearing and manner of the    noted    Hon paid out more death benefits    tion of officers will take place, it Is bridge of th* cruiser Leipsic and re-    presented by Representative Haines,    unruffled, the big, broad-shoulder* ti    banker whose sales of securities    to the    than there was money received."    expected the meeting will be marked viewed the German fleet The review    Bucks, will be effective January I 1934.    gray-haired J P. bore himself wifh    public in the past eight    years    ^President Tawney said that in 1925    by a large attendance Robert Lamey, completed a two-day series of ma-    -----the" air and carriage of Lorenzo the      1    —--------------president of the organization, will be netivers.    J    Continued    on    Page    Ten    Magnificent, with something of medi-J    Continued    on    Page    Ten    ,    Continued    on    Page    Ten    in charge of the meeting. 6 a.    rn.......60    ll    a.    rn. 7 a.    in. ......60    Noon 8 a.    rn.......60    I    p.    rn. 9 a.    rn. ...... 61 2    p.    rn. 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