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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - March 17, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              AVERAGE NET I AID CIRCULATION FOR SIX MONTHS ENDING SEPTEMBER i 1 FINAL With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH YEAIUNO 17543 Dallv Leased WireReports orUnited Press UP1 and International News Service INS CHESTER PA FRIDAY MARCH 17 1933 TWENTY PAGES PRICE TWO CENTS BEER BY APRIL 4 NOW SEEN AS EARLIEST DATE Only Few Legislative De tails Remain for Bill Be fore It IsSigned VICTORY SMILE RackAgain in Conference for Change in Per Cent of Ale oho WASHINGTON March Congiessional leaders agreed today on a beerwine bill program calcu lated to put the Volstead modifica tion Act in the White House Mon day and to place a legal bottle in the consumers hands by April 4 You can rest assured said Chairman Harrison of the Senate Finance Committee that the beer bill will be signed Monday The bill would become operative 15 days later House Democratic leaders planned to send the bill to conference in an effort to restore the original provision for 32 per cent beer The Senate in passing the measure last night reduced the ECONOMY BILL SOON TO BE LAW HAPPY DAYS Passed by Both Houses of i Congress It Awaits j Roosevelt ur e One hundred per ccnf happy over beer Congressman Thomas H Cullen of New York author of the beer bill WASHINGTON March dent Roosevelts national economy program received final Congressional approval yesterday when the House j accepted Senate amendments to the s bill empowering him to reduce vetj erans benefits and Federal salaries The vote was 373 to 19 The measure was being prepared I for submission to the President and i becomes law as soon as he signs it i He is reported to have prepared j drafts already of the orders by which S the reductions will be put into effect j In completing action on the econ omy bill Congress again showed it s self ready to carry out the will of the White House having enacted i within seven legislative days two of the important points of the Presi j dents emergency program j President Roosevelt expects to cut j more than from govern iment expenses during the next fiscal year He will have power to uproot the entire structure relating to vet erans conpensation and to set up in its stead a straightout pension sys tem with himself at the head He alcoholic content and added wine Efforts of the to 305 per House leaders to i upon send the bill to conference were j country blocked temporarily by objection of Rep Tarver Dem Ga making it Cent i flashes a delighted smile into the I proposes to save S380000000 to S camera as congratulations pour in 000000 this means alone him from all parts of the Kep laiver juem oa maKing it necessary to delay for the time i jj being the process of adjusting differ1 being ences It was planned to bring the ure before the House again later in the day Three issues are in dispute between the Senate anB the House both of which have voted to modify the Vol stead act The House bill was for 32 per and nothing else The Senate lowered the percentage to 305 and included two other amend ments one legalizing wine and fruit juices and the other prohibiting sale or gift of the legalized beverages to persons under 16 years of age STER FAMILY IN QUAKE ZONE Former Resident1 Experiences Lost Prac tically All Possessions In addition he received authority to reduce wages of Federal employes with the cost of living as a basis and himself the sole judge of the extent of reduction up to a limit of 15 per cent He hopes to save to 5150000000 more by this power The amendments written into the bill by the Senate were calculated to I curb the savings under the measure by to S25000000 The President was represented as being I opposed to these restrictions but he agreed to accept them to prevent delay which would be expensive to the government The actual horrors and thrills ac companying the series of earthquakes that BULLET ENDANGERS MEDIA MOTORIST devastated Long Beach and Speaker of the House Rainey said jnearby arcas in California last Fri he favored retaining the alcoholic I day were experienced by a former nr j Chester man R F Ewing and memi Ported to Media police that his taxi K K i bers of his warmly now living on the j cab had been struck by a bullet west coast Mr Ewing has been employed by tne Texas Oil Company for the past j0 115 years por the yeavs he R PEEL BENTLEY HARRJSBURG Pa March has been stationed in Long Beach and previous to that had been lo cated at the local plant at Clay The State Supreme Court to day affirmed the decision of the Del awarecounty court which gave the custody of three children to their fatherR Peel Bentley The mother Elizabeth Poole Bent ley had sought custody of the chil dren Robert 15 Lillian 13 and James 10 testified that after the j age two arid had just seated Bentleys had separated the mother ourseives to partake of the evening kept the children Later the father j mcal when withoutthe slightest James Harvey of Media a driver for a taxicab company last night re believed to have been fired by a as he was passing State and West streets He said he had driven a fare to JAPAN DIPLOMAT SAILS FOR U S Says His Country Is Not Peace Disturber Our Fleet Worries Hint GETS COUNTY POST EDITORS NOT Matsuoki chief Japanese dele gate at Geneva before Japan quit the League Assembly has written nn astonishingly frank statement lor International News Service calling upon the United States to withdraw her Atlantic scouting fleet from the Pacific Ocean ns a means of improving Jnpancse Americnn relations Tokio newspapers recently hinted such a request would bo made at Washington but Mnt suoka is the first responsible dip lomat to mnke such a public dec laration He sailed from England today aboard the Leviathan and expects to confer with President Roosevelt on the Mnnchurian problem and Pacific relations His statement follows YOSUKE MATSUOKA LONDON March Copyright 1D3S by International News Service am glad to comply with a request by International News Service for a statement setting forth my views regarding the Pacific problem I want to dispel once and for nil the impression prevalent nrnoup many Americans that Japan Is u disturber of universal peace Japans action in Manchuria was to establish peace not to disturb it As regards relations between Japan and the United States I wantto em phasize that I cannot see any causp Morning as a Director of the Poor for war provided we mutually nl Lho vacancy caused by the death of Dr Samuel R Crothers CLIFFORD H PEOPLES CONGRESS READY TO SPEED FARM BILL PASSAGE Committees of Each Branch Practically Sure to Report Favorably Gives Dictatorship to Sec of Agriculture and Boun ties to Grower Appointed by Court Today to Fill Vacancy Caused by Dr Crothers Death Clifford H Peoples a well known business man of this city was ap pointed by Lho Court at Media this our own business It is true that the atmosphere exist ing in both countries at the present moment is not reassuring I am certain that this is caused bv February If last Mr Peoples was sworn in by Presi dent Judge W Roger Pronefield with Judges John M Broomall 3rd and a mutual lack of understanding of Button MacDado sitting on leach others aims and difficulties the Bench Elwyn and was returning to the bor ough When he approacbed the inter section of the two highways about Murray David Schwimmer of Washington kept his mother away from the inaugural parade by heinjf born a few days before PresidentRoosevelt heard about it took timn away from banks beer and economy to pen his mother alittle noteami to send yourisr Murray a handkerchief on which is embroidered Happy D Here arc the happy Schwimmcrs and their prized memento mont Del 9 oclock he heard a pistol report In a personal letter to the Chesand n bullet pierced the hood of the ter Times and dated Ontario Gal car and ploughed its way to the comi Mr Ewing gives a vivid description of the earthquake and its reaction on himself his family arid hundreds of neighbors He states My wife Billic age seven Bobbie entered court action claiming Mrs Bentley had lost control of their i The county court then awarded to the father with the I understanding that the mother would be permitted to visit them regularly Meantime according to testimony arrangements were made to send Robert to Harvard University and Lillian to Wellesley College In its order affirming the county court the Superior Court said warning the table and all the furni VALERA TELLS OFERINS partment in which he was driving The bullet of 25 calibre was re moved from the upholstery of the ma chine The shooting last night was the i T T third to be reported to the police 01 Irish during the past six weeks All three shootings have taken place at the same location and between the hours ContinuccI on Last Pare ture started to sway and movelike i of 7 and 9 oclock William Blackburn of Lima re ported to the police about six weeks ago that a bullet had pierced the rear window of his car and had showered broken glass on three chil dren riding on the back seat The other report was made by a man from Marcus Hook who with three com panions were returning home after a basketball His car was struck in the top and the bullet lodged over the heads of his companions in the WOMAN REPORTED MISSING Catherine McGeehan 21 of 1421 East Eleventh street Eddystone vanished from home yesterday ac State Sends Greetings on the Day By EAMOX DE VALERA President of the Irish Free State It is hope dthe mother will not cording to police and is believed to take advantage of the be headed for in company I rear seat children afforded her to interfere with the discipline that may be ex ercised by the father and that ttie father will not raise obstacles to their frequent visits to their mother The court said nothing in the case with an uncle named Charles Hard mani The mother of Catherine described her as being 5 feet 7 inches in height and weighs about 150 pounds When she was last seen she wore a brown Wallace Chadwick reflected on the charge of Mrs Bentj ensemble The uncle with whom Icy Mr Bentleys attorney was E she left is said to be connected with a carnival company and may have induced the young woman to join a SENTENCE IMPOSED I road show according to detectives IN POWERS CASE 1 PARK PLACE CLUB EVENT TONIGHT Cornelius J Powers of Seventh and Lloyd streets this city was senj tenced this morning by Judge Albert j Dutton MacDade to pay a fine of f S100 and costs and serve from three months to one year on the charge of forgery the signing of names to titions to have the names of aehpr removed from the registration lists The Park Place Quoit Club will give the final winter social event at its Wetherill streets tonight Ic will be featured by a card party in charge headedby John OI house DORRANCE CASE RULING CERTIFIED DUBLIN March 1933 by United behalf of the Irish people I desire once more to send hearty greetings for St Pat ricks Day to CHir kindred and all our friend in the United States We in Ireland are watching with intense interest and sympathy the efforts of the American people to end the depression from which they in the rest of the world Sweeping Proposals Do Not Meet With Widespread Approval GENEVA March from his emotional appeal to the dis armament conference Prime Minister Ramsny MacDonald prepared to leave today for his momentous conference with Premier Mussolini in Rome The same tense political situation hung over Europe ns conference dele gates hotly but unofficially discussed MacDonalds sweep in g proposals Though all realized that something would have to be done to relieve a situation brought about by the rise of Injudicious actions and words 011 your part hurt the Japanese nnd tho feeling now existing in Japan is the reaction All those who really desire peace Mr Peoples who is nctivo in the social and civic activities ot Chester is secretory of Robert Howarths Sons Inc one of tho oldest roofing con cerns in Delaware county and also and a new era of friendly coopera secretary of the Merchants Division tiorv in the Pacific should I believe Lno Delaware County Chamber of use all their efforts to dispel the Commerce He is also a member of undercurrent of distrust and fear I believe for instance that a re turn of the United States scouting fleet to its normal base in the Atlantic would appeal to the Japanese people as one of the greatest gestures of good will and peaceful neighboYliness that the United States could make It would usher in a new era of re lations between the two countries the Klwanls Club EDUCATIONAL TALK ENJOYED BY BOYS Boys of the Franklin Junior HlY Club were entertained last overling at a meeting held m the Y M C A building Seventh street and Edg mont avenue by a display of six reels of cducntionnl fihns presented through the courtesy of Mr Shep herd of the Bel Telephone Com c a brief vocational The Pennsylvania Supreme Court yesterday received certification of the refusal of the United States Court to review the decision of the State tri bunal trie litigation over inherit ance taxes on the estate of Dr John TDorrance In the next lew days the records will be forwarded by Prothonotary Thomas Robins to the Orphans Court of Delaware county The commonwealth then will be in position to make its final move for collection of 517500000 transfer in heritance taxes Both New Jersey and Pennsylvania claimed inheritance taxes from the be decorated estate as Dorrance maintained a Tud Mcnade refused to d i i member has aided in the Powers a new trial lasc week After sentence was pronounced this morn ing John E McDonough Powers council said he expected to appeal the case to the State Supreme Court and asked that his client be released under bond pending this action Judge MacDade fixed the bail at f DOO in colorg appropriate to St Patricks i home in each state Rep Eciward Nothnagle a club URGE SUPPORT OF PROHIBITION APPEAL TO SENATOR Delaware county lodges of the the Germany and the gen will be crowned with success Ireland is perhaps suffering less Continued on Last Pare COUNTY RESIDENT ROBBED IN FLORIDA Thieves escaped with several him dred bollarfi cash and a box of jewels from the yacht Cressida owned by Mrs Cornelius Vandervilt Whitney of Philadelphia and New York last night according to dispatches from Miami Fla The victim Mrs Whitney is the former Miss Gwaladys Crosby Hop kins daughter of Mrs Stephen Heckscher of StrafTord this county an the late Mark Hopkins The coOple were married at the brides Donalds proposals did not meet with widespread approval He urged a reduction of continental armies a naval holiday until 1035 when a world naval conference would be held abolition of military and naval aviation and permission to Germany to double her armed forces to 200000 men Officially thedelegates commented pleasantly on thrboldness of the British statesmans approach and the earnestness of his ploa but withheld more definite opinions until the fur Patriotic Order Sons meeting at Morton adopted a resolution urging Senator John J McClure to stand by the Sabbath laws and not to pay any of America home on September 29 1931 last night INSPECTING SIGNS Overhead signs affixed to business properties on West Third street are being inspected by James A Devlin city building inspector The aerial truck and ladder equipment ofthe Moyamensing Hook and Ladder Com pany is being utilized during the in spection campaign Large Attendance Marks Mass MeetingHeld in Media Armory attention basses to Philadelphia political LIBRARY DIRECTORS MEETING The Board of Directors of the West End Free Library will convene in reg ular session next Mondav in the Six hundred men and women last iIibrary buiUHngitFourth and Jcff HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY United Press AT TROPICAL PARK night listened to vigorous denunci ations of the liquor business by sev eral spirited speakers and heard ur gent calls to enlist in a campaign against the foes of prohibition The speakers being frequently inter njpted by applause from the audi ence that filled the Media Armory of temperance went to sleep after the prohibition amend ment was put into the Constitution but friends of the liquor traffic did rey streets Numerous matters will be discussed at the meeting St Patricks Day Being Observed The heart of IrishAm erica turns INTERESTING ADDRESS Earle G Jardine of 506 Deakyne street Ridley Park delivered an ad dress on the subject The Various Uses of Paper before the members Continued nn Last Tape MEDIA DWELLING pany who talk on some of the branches of work in the public utilities organiza tions A plan has been adopted by the club for the weekly appointment of a committee whose duty will be to plan some special feature of inter esting entertainment for each of the meetings YOUTHS ARE HELD FOR STORE ROBBERY FIRE Three youths arraigned before Magistrate El wood T in Upper Darby this morning on charges of breaking into and robbing a chain store in Aronimlnk on March 11 are being held without ball by Upper Darby police for a further hearing tomorrow The boys Francis Morris 15 of State road Upper Darby Louis Fer rino 18 of Ardmore and Frank Mor relli IB of Llanerch were arrested by Upper Dnrby police following In vestigations of the store robbery In which in cash was taken to gether with a large quantity of cigars and cigarettes from the stock in the store BODY OF DROWNED YOUTH RECOVERED A body believed to be that of Al bert Vila 18 of 817 McDowell ave nue who was drowned in the Dela ware river opposite this city on Sun day January 29 was recovered oft Perms Grove N J last night Posi tive identification hnfl not been made as the corpse is in an advanced state of decomposition On January 29 young Vila and a companion Albert Loveneck 17 of the sameaddress set out for Chester Island in a small rowboat they owned The day was one of the windiest this winter and the liver was churned into a furyThe lust seen of the boys was nt a point op posite the Sun Shipyard when they seemed to be Indistress Tlieir boat was found several days later near Essington Last night rlvcrmon saw the float ing body and towed it ashore Itwas removed to the morgue ofCoroner B NGross ntPcnns Grove N J nnd this morning the father of young Loveneck visited the morgue to view the body He could not identify It as thatof his son bit believed it to be that of the other boy whose par ents police are endeavoring to locate WARMER WEATHER FOR THE WEEKEND WASHINGTON March The agriculture committees of both Senate and House today began a study of President Roosevelts sweep ing farm relief program with a view to bringing it to the floor for action as quickly as possible Chairman Smith of the Senate committee in outlining his program emphasized the need of speed He said the Farm Aid bill would be brought up in the Senate as early as possible next week Secretary of Agriculture Wallace met with the Senate Committee to day to explain details of proposed operations under the bill He was accompanied to the committeeroom by Dr Mordecai Ezeklal his econ omic adviser Public hearings probably will be held on the farm bill a deviation from the rapidfire procedure which has characterized action on the three previous moves in the Presi dents legislature Re form the Economy bill and Volstead Act modification Smith said however that the hear ings would be limited strictly to ac crcdjted spokesmen lor interests af fected In the broad agricultural pro gram laid down by the administra tion These persons already have in dicated approval Txmls Taber master of the National Grange called at the White House today with expressed gratification at the new measure I am for the farm bill he said It is not only a step in the right direction taut it opens the door to necessary changes to make it work on ench commodity Taber is one of those who partici pated in conferences ab which the plan was formulated Chairman Smith declalrrng that time is the essence of this matter said If agriculture Is to receive any help this year it must come soon Tho presidential proposal would vest Secretary ol Agriculture Wallace and the with staiitially unchecked powers to regu late production of major farm crops and hence raise prices As the pur chasing power of the vast farm popu lation i is increased It is hoped thafe Mostly cloudy skies nnd warmer weather are predicted today and to morrow in Etisfnrn Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware nnd Maryland The highest temperature here yes terday was44 degrees nt p m and the lowest was 20 nt a m Continued on Eighteen DAVIS MAYREMAIN MONTH IN HOSPITAL PIT T S B U R G H though his Reneral condition and re cuperative progressIs satisfactory It may be a month before Senator James J Davis who was operated upon for appendicitis Saturday is able to leave the hospital Dr J W Shirer attending physlciaii anr nounced A diabetic condition and a tend ency to nephritis complicated the operation and is retarding his re covery Dr Shirer said There arc no signs of infection in the wound however and his gen eral condition is satisfactory TETANUS KILLS FARMER ITARRISBURCr March Zend Naught 32 a farmhand of Clarks Valley near here died in risburp Hospital with tetanus which developed after he stepped on a nail about a week HONORS ST PATRICK WASHINGTON March President Roosevelt appeared in tha executive offices today with a green Theaverage of 3G was four degrees silk handkerchief in his breast pocket below normal forthe date but six i and wearing a green carnation in Fire of unknown origin which started in the summer kitchen of the home of Mrs MargaretYama 11 313 East Front street Media about 1030 this morning badly drimaged the room and its contents WM dogrccs above the average March 16 last yenr Maximum tempernture for the date is 71 In 1921 and minimum in 1316 Sunrise today was nt and sunset will be at Eastern Standard Time m in WILL PROBATED her of the household The Medial of the Darby Lansdownc Rotary j Fire Company responded to an alarm Club at its luncheonmeeting held in nnd afte ra halfhours battle sub The will of William A Kcirshaw Jatft of 326 East Eighth street this M citl probated at Media loaves his Thefire was a mem cstate to his widow Ella M Kcrshaw r honor of Day U S TREASURY BALANCE WASHINGTON March UP The treasury net balance for March 15 wns Expenditures that day were Customs receipts for the month through March 15 were Lahsdowne yesterday dued the flsmcs Repeal of Liquor Law Will Not Halt Raiders estate is estimated at in property and in realty The ChesterCambridge Bank nnd Trust Company has been named ad ministrator Mr Kershaw who died in the Chester Hospital on February 10 Is also survived by a daughter Flor ence M Bowers icm OBJECTIVE JiiJtJlJ ill LJ Baseball Doomed This Year Topics of Times Housewives are being urged to economize by doing their own cook ing Well thats one way to persuade But Liberals PrCSS for husbands to eat less Grid Game A county baseball umpiresays it is his ambition to die on the field of play Just let him make a couple of bum decisions and his wish will Will police raids on speakeasies wfjat arc Chester bootleggers an to Ireland themother country toibili day Its St Patricks dav cease after the passage of the beer ticipating They are up a wee so GROUNDED TUG REFLOATED HARRTSBURG March With the door to Sabbath snorts dur ing the approaching summer closed to them liberal leaders in Pennsylvanias be granted Under the proposed state law NEW BEDFORD Mass March 17 assembly today massed their strength j restaurants will be permitted to sell 90foot tug John F to gain the next best j beer Guess many a chap will have Lewis of Philadelphia with a crew Sunday football next fall and baseball to go down town at night to get a grounded off Fort phcnlx in 1934 and thereafter of 11 bite to eat not declared Mrs Lippincott of i birthday Camden N J Many of our best Simple Singer Craipco citizens have defied the law and the Cane Heart Deep Gracias Bounding liquor interests have defied the law She said Its the day to flag with its golden harp and be proud to be Irish if you are It win be a day of gaiety but it will start in mast cases with a mo ment of piety gcther stop traffic she continj As the story goes St Patrick as a Pop Uppercut Dorsays j ued This country improved eco boy was kidnaped and carried off to Buzzy Boo Black Stocking Absoj romically morally and socially after Ireland At the age of 22 inspired by G Our One Scotty The Eighteenth Amendment out Shntcur Cuirassier Lan lawed liquor but it did not alto lute Times Enfrlewood Bosco bel Easy Peace Lady Whisking Weather clear track fast its enactment but when corrupt j a dream he escaped and fled to the politicians began to protect bootleg1 west coast of France where he en gers they flourished tared a monastery There began his The Senate and House in life that finally led him to mgtonhave taken the can calls of liquor people packing the galleries return to Ireland to convert thous ands to his faith A 1 It W Jrt Why You may for sev know what they are eral reasons Somethink a beer garden would be Suppose you or a neighbor pays a excellent but they cant figure how j AT FAIR GROUNDS Pockets Twinkle race to be run in Joe Macaw West Juggler Weather cloudy track fast and the cheers of some of the rich in From the beginning of Fennsyl u the sons of Ireland a prominent role Among cott declared The amendment may those who accompanied Penn on the license to sell legalized beer and John Jones or Bill Smith plan to sell it without a license in your neighbor hood What is the natural reaction Youre going to tell about in no couched terms Heres a fellow who is trying to evade the law and you are paying a license to the State or Federal government to sell what is legalized they can meet expenses by charg ing 5 cents a glass for beer Most of their bartenders are accustomed while entering New Bedford Harbor This is possibleunder the Schwartz early today but re floated bybill amendmentsproposed by Senator j And t tnough waitresses hours John J McClure who plans to ask will now be eligible to join the Bar can think who met in agreed they Upnrave ittle doubt but that the j unalteraly opposed to any reconsideration will begranted change in the prohibition law haps even by iv unanimous vote A majority vote of the 50 Senators is Now thev set 15c the tug Perth Am boy No they will not for wildcat beer which is made in Heres a Customer traband has been sold Who Was Satisfied to getting S50 a chances they take And they the do j the boxes as the mandate of the peojvania history i pie to bring back beer Mrs Lippinj have played a i cott declared The amendment may those who ac j be repealed but they cannot repeal ship Welcome were Dennis Rochford I old lawTand they will be prevalent I KoTntr to the evil effects of alcohol Alcohol and his wife Mary hailing from under the new law when it te legal But it ifs Placein this machine age In Wexford to Sd beer still In take chances because most highball mixers take the job with the under standing1 that if anything happens they will take the rap Few Chester bootleggers are plan ning on enlarging their places They Speakeasies were common when jteii you we dont know whatto ex the saloons were licensed under the j pect or what the big shots are i has no place in this machine age in 1 an era that demands the utmost of or substitute stamina clear heads and steady The first quarter of the eighteenth But suppose you pay a license fee century had scarcely passed when the And your neighbor doesnt Irish immigrants in great numbers Well judge for yourself If you A vuir Speakeasies are not new with pro came to the new country and at the hibition as you would see if you read j time of the Revolution there were j some of the editorials from probably as many Irish in proportion to the whole population of the state Ctmiinued on Page Eighteen as there are today dont tell on him you are just some remains that Prohibition is in effect after 4 per cent by volume beer is placed on the mar ket Maybe some of the boys are planning a second floor for a high ball but if they do they are still body different He may be hurting speakeasy proprietors and will be your business and when he start toraided according to the veteran de hurt your business theres only one tecttve rho says he continue to thing to do to remedy it make raids NEW YORK March A Japanese customer of a vending company in Brooklyn who prides himself on his knowledge of occi dental business correspondence sent the following letter to tho firm Highly Honorable Sir Me re ceive her damn fine shipment Tokio Come one machine from your honorable firm She much well do Cause he make 42 yen Japanese first damn day Con gratulations Me decide maybe buy more her fine machines from honorable firm soon yet Be sure pet one ready makeup ship Tokio as her before Wishing you thousand years luck many fine flowers Farewell honorable slrr to honorable fam ily to damn fine machine come later jail that is necessary provided that i j another member who originally voted no seconds McClures motion Those voting for a second roll call would not thereby be pinned down to vote aye on the bill itself Modificationists believe the pro posed changes will bring more of the upstate Senators into the affirmative line The Weather WASHINGTON March Forecast for lonipht Eastern Pennsylvania Fair in south portion tonight colder Saturday in cast and north portions W c s t c r n Pennsylvania Fair With the amendments incorporated slightlywarmer m south and colder the second test could be held next In extreme north portion tonipht Tuesday Debate would be limited to five minutes under the rules If de feated again the bHl would be auto matically dead for the session j McClure proposes two referenda at the November election one oh a statewide basis the other localIf a majority ofthe states voters favor Sunday sports the games would be In those communities which Saturday cloudy probably occasional rain colder in north portion New Jersey Fair and somewhat warmer tonight Saturday cloudy Continued on Last Page TODAYS TEMPERATUKES 6 a m38 11 a in50 7 a m 39 Noon 51 8 a m3 lp m54 9 a m43 2 p m53 10 a m46   

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