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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - March 29, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR SIX MONTHS ENDING SEPTEMBER 2O1O8 FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH 17553 Dally Leased Wire Reports of United Press DP and International News Service INS 1 CHESTER PA WEDNESDAY MARCH 29 1933 PRICE TWO CENTS CONTROL OF BEER IN PA OFFERED NEW PASSENGER PLANE SHRINKS U S A THIRD Cause Bickering That May in the End Leave State Wide Open Pinchot Measure Differs From Organizations Each Has Backing HARRISBURG Pa March fight over beer control in Pennsylvania started today in the House of Representativesv Rep Sterling Philadelphia moved the SowersConner bill providing county courts issue licenses be recom mitted to the Ways and Means Com mittee The bill had been reported last night by the special beer control committee Reps Sowers Philadelphia Lang B2rks and Bechtel Schuylkill all members of the special committee opposed the Sterling move as causing unnecessary delay The House was about to vote on the motion when Rep Eroe Law rence reported the bill was not on file Speaker Talbpt ruled the House must wait until the bill had been printed and the fight was delayed temporarily Governor G if ford Pinchot earlier suspended the threat of executive veto over the SowersConner beer bill the only regulatory measure on the Legislative calendars The Governor claimed the bill was backed by the very interests which profited politically from the beer racket in the old days I will have neither part nor lot in bringing those bad old times back again said Pinchot The personallydry executive came out unqualifiedly for the Rep James H McClure beer control measures written by Attorney General William A Schnader endorsed by a coali tion which Pinchot said included leaders of the Republican state organization and committed to the House Ways and Means Committee The committee it is understood does not plan to meet this week de spite Pinchots pointing out that the legislature must start legislation to control beer on April 7 on its way through the House and Senate today to permit its passage in time to reg ulate 32 beer Meantime in the face of the gov ernors disapproval supporters of the SowersConner measure went ahead with plans to drive it through the legislature The McClure bills place licensing in the hands of the State Department of Revenue The bill Pinchot opposes provides the county courts issue li censes f I have been asked what my action will be upon the SowersConner bill or any similar legislation if it is passed read the governors state ment My answer Is that I will veto the SowersConner bill or any other bill puts beer back into politics cr which promotes the establish ment of saloons or which drags the courts back into the beer business This might just as well be under stood now as later Pinchofc said that if beer flows like water unrestrained uncontrolled and unrestricted all over Pennsyl vania after April 6 that will be the fault of the men who have deliber ately delayed the McClure bills As reported from the committee the SowersConner bill provided that the county courts issue licenses on a scale graded according to county populations Procedure similar to the former Brooks High License law would be followed but bars would be forbidden and beverages would ba served only at tables License fees would be distributed on a ratio plan giving the State 10 per cent the county 10 per cent the municipality 40 per cent and the school district 40 per cent In addition there would be a pro duction tax equal to a barrel SENATEPASSES TI Q TAlHlCCETrT LI o JUDLlLoo DlLL IN HOUSE TODAY Provides Work for 250000 in National Forests or on Other Projects Speedy Move Through the Lower Chamber Is Set for Measure A speedier new era in transcontinental air travel is expected through development of the flying panutcla plane above The plane developed after tests with a U S bomber has a cruisinjr of 165 miles an hour with ten passengers and It can hit a top speed without wind heln or 182 miles an hour a little better than three milesa minute Sixty such nlanes their two motors built into the wings now are beiiifr con structed for transcontinental service The chart below shows how the planes would cut onethird of the time now required between San Francisco and New York BOYCOTT SET FOR JEWS IN BUSINESS IN GERMAN AREAS Hitlerites Plan Retaliation Against Atrocity Saturday Lies Many Already Close Shops Press Defends Govern ments Action BERLIN March strations against Jewish elements in creased today with sporadic boycotts in various German communities de spite the governments announcement that its program of retaliation against atrocity lies would not begin until Saturday In Essen home of the famous Krupp armament works proprietors of Jewish department stores closed their establishments hurriedly on or ders of the Brown Shirts In Witten berg and the province of Branden burg Hitlers storm troopers picketed Jewish shops and forcedthem to close i Boycotts of many chain stores were effective All stores owned by Jewish proprietors were closed in Darmstadt Jews of Gleiwitz voluntarily closed during the morning and found their places of business officially closed by the new dictators storm troops when they sought to open them in the afternoon Differences between the Nazis and the Steel Helmets in Brunswick ap peared to be nearing an amicable agreement The government liftedits ban against the war veterans organi Continued on Page Eleven SEPARATOR COMPANY IS IN RECEIVERSHIP Continued on Last Page STATE SALES TAX PAYMENT EXTENDED HARRISBURG March The Parkinson resolution to extend the date for final payment of the state sales tax to May 15 was signed today by Governor Pinchot The resolution provided that all merchants liable under the one per cent aassessment on their retail sales through a sixmonth period pay one half of the tax on April 1 and the other half on May 15 Interest would be charged from April to the date of full payment of the levy FLIES TO WASHINGTON WEST CHESTER Pa March S h a r p 1 e s s Separator Company one of the oldest and most widely known manufacturing con cerns in Pennsylvania was placed in voluntary receivership today in the Chester County Court The Court granted the receivership on a bill in equity and appointed Fred S Wood president of the com pany and Thomas M Slack as re ceivers A final hearing will be held April 20 Philip M Sharpless of West Ches ter who founded the company 50 years ago asked the receivership In his bill he set forth that he holds judgments aginst the company for He explained that a re ceivership will save stockholders and creditors from a complete loss The Sharpless Company manufac tured one of the first cream sep arators known and enjoyed a world wide business for years Recently i had been manufacturing electrica refrigerators WASHINGTON March Mrs Franklin D Roosevelt arrived at noon today by air from Newark N J Bv United Press AT TROPICAL PARK Chiltenny Burning Beauty Tremendous Sun Tea time Dorsays Screen Idol Boil ing Over Bud Silly Sis Brown Locks Kay CvGamma Delta Just Fun Town Heart Full Dress Lucky Carter Loyal Louie Baigdora Lady Weather clear track fast AT AGUA CALIENTE Austin Beowulf Dutch Boy Don Jr Larry Shot Miriam R Remle Sed rejr Cecellia Governess Fair Lay Perriehon South ern Charm Bowcroft Tivartbn Jo Weather clear track fast PROPOSES HOLIDAY ON ALL OIL WELL WASHINGTON March CINS thirty or sixty day shut down p all the flush or flowing oil wells i the country to give a breathing spe to the industry pending formulatio AIR AND COLDER VEATHER PREDICTED Pair and colder is the prediction oday in Eastern Pennsylvania New ersey Delaware and Maryland To lorrows forecast is increasing cloudi ess and warmer with showers in he afternoon or at night The highest temperature here yes erday was 52 degrees at 4 p m and ne lowest was 37 at620 a m The verage of 44 was one degree below ormal for the date but one degree bove the average March 28 last year laximum temperature for the date s 82 established in 1921 and mini num 18 in 1923 Sunrise today was at 550 a m nd sunset will be at 622 p m Eastern Standard time CUT FROM STATES BUDGET Bill in House Proposes Abolishment of Various Agencies TALBOT 2 MILLION RELIEF BILL IS PASSED IN SENATE Fimd to Be Used During Months of April in Counties House Has Busy Session Pushing Turner omy Measure Econ HARRISBURG Pa March Talbot bill appropriating to the State Emergency Relief Board was passed 49 to 0 in the Senate today The fund is to be used for direct relief and work relief in April and May Senator Reed Dauphin raised the question of the constitutionality of flie disbursement section of the bill He threatened to introduce an amendment to the measure but said hat the pressing need for immediate relief funds deterred him He also declared that was far from sufficient to care for the 2000000 needy in the state Regulation of aeronautics within the state is given the Department of Revenue in the Ziesenheim Erie bill passed in the Senate The House carried the bulk of the program today as it prepared to pass finally the Talbot general Salaries to Be Cut 20 Per Cent Consolidations in Order WASHINGTON March President Roosevelts proposal for en listment of overfilled battalions of the unemployed in a reconstruction army 250000 strong was expected to ieccivc final Congressional approval today Congressmen already have received hundreds of letters asking informa tion on how to join the back to work corps Small businessmen broken by economic reversals idle factory hands farmers and even a scattering of clergymen were among the first applicants PINCHOT WARNS LEGISLATURE TO PASS BANK CODE Governor Challenges As sembly and Pa Bankers to Finish Fight Says He Will Call Extra Session and Cut Off the Members Pay HARRISBURG March Gov G if ford Pinchot challenged Pennsylvania bankers and the Gen eral Assembly today to a finish fight over the proposed new banking reg ulations The Governors warning was this Unless the State banking and building and loan codes are passed by the legislators now in session he will force them to return for a special session without pay The banking crisis has made one thing clear to every depositor in The jobless reliefplan is designed Pennsylvania he declared andthat I 1 C r M 41 t llitjiri k to provide work for a quarter of a million men in Uie National forests or on other Federal projects with sufficient pay to maintain their de pendents It Ls one unit in a program which includes creation of a 000000 fund for direct distress relief in the states Debate on the latter measure will begin in the Senate to day or tomorrow The reforestation bill conies before the House with the ways cleared and greased for speedy passage Yesterday it swept through the Senate in record time without the formality of n roll call vote House opposition will be no more sub stantial Leaders predicted that be fore adjournment tonight it will be written into the statutes of the United fourth major step in the Presidents plan for economic recovery is that we nocvcl a banking code that will prevent for the future any such suffering and loss as depositorshave gone through in the lost three years There can be no guarantee against the same thing happening again unless the banking code is enacted Governor Pinchot said flatly if the codes are not enacted he be ob liged to call back the legislators for a special session for which they will be paid nothing unless they pass the salary bill over his veto The salary for a special session is for nacii member of the assembly There have been two such sessions wllhin the last two years In his statement the Governor said The simple fact is that the de positors in banks and shareholders in building and loan associations need this legislation and ought to have it So far as I am concerned ROOSEVELT IN MESSAGE STOCK CONTROL President Places Before Congress Program Safe guarding New Issues Outlines Policy for Full Publicity With Penal ties for Violations James E llorton is shown he appeared in court tit Decatur A5a to preside over the new trial of nine Negroes in the famous Scottsboro case The nine were convicted of the charge of assaulting two white girls They were sentenced to death hut th United States Supreme Court orderct a new trial A compromise ellrnlnatlng the they arc going to get it HARRISBURG Pa March of from the operating costs of the Pennsyl vania State Government is proposed in the new administrative code which is up for second reading in the State House of Representatives today The measure House Bill No 22 proposing abolishment of various agencies and reorganization of many mandatory and muchdisputed day wage destroyed most of the once substantial opposition It took the sting out of the assaults of the American Federation of Labor whicii maintained the wage scale would de stroy free labor and chorused Hlt lerism at the provision for enlist ment and discipline SWORD IS WEAPON re last administrative functions was ported from committee late night Fate of the bill is problematic Opponents claim they have sufficient votes to defeat it while its support ers contend it will pass by a slim majority and be sent to the Senate next Monday night Abolition of the Aeronautics Com mission State Bridge Commission Anatomical Board State Art Com mission State Parks Commission and the State Welfare Commission forms one phase of the bill It changes the personnel of the Executive Board from the Governor and six department heads appointed by him to the five elective A sword such as is used by mem bers of some Fraternal organizations while on parade was used effectively as a weapon during a fight In the home of Agnes Bailey Negro St John street yesterday The swordsman was the womans son George Bailey who ran to his mothers aid when she was attacked by John Jacobs 36 Negro of West Ninth street It appears that Jacobs called on the Bailey woman and an argument ensued Jacobs told police he slapped her on the jaw and Just then he felt a stinging sensation in the rear below the waist line The woman was also stabbed in the hip when her son made a misguided thrust at Jacobs Both were taken to the Chester Hospital in a police patrol the man being admitted Young Bailey disappeared The Governors ire was aroused by the opposition which State bankers cxprescd at a hearing on the pro posed codes yesterday Dr William D Gordon Secretary of Banknlg and Attorney General William A Schna der lost no time in condemning their attitude The Depositors and shareholders must be protected declared the executive in his statement I give notice now that if this session of the legislature adjourns without act ing on the banking code and the building and loan code I will call tin extra session immediately after this one adjourns and I will veto any bill for the salaries of the legislators in that extra session Mencken Sees Bad Beer at High Price After April 7 BALTIMORE Mnrch 2E THOMAS H HIGGINS IS STILL IN HOSPITAL Henry L Mencken the Bellicose beer lover of the free state of Mary land forecasts bad beer at a high price under the new federal beer stat ute whclh becomes effective April 7 but believes at that it will be better than pop Preposterous politicians propose to load beer with heavy taxes and so raise its price and lower its quality he protested as he sipped happily at a breaker of Pilsner They propose to make it impossible for a brewer who xiscs honest malt and hops to sell his product at a fair price and so they give a great advantage to the quack who uses substitutes Beer should be taxed only as much s other merchandise hecontended harglng that the abarrel beer tax vas not primarily a revenue piovi ton but came from the notion that rinktng beer is somehow Though most post Lpiil 7 brew will be slop Mencken aid he believed there still some rewers who respected their magnlfl enbs art nnd from them he hoped o jj iptatain palatable and salubrious WASHINGTON March President Roosevelt placed before Congress today a program for control of new issues of stocks and bonds as a safeguard for the investing pub lic The President in a special message recommended Federal supervision of interstate traffic in securities and said In spite of the many state statutes the public in the past has sustained severe losses through practices neither ethical nor honest on the part of many pessons and corporations selling securities Mr Roosevelt said that the present program is but one step in our broad purpose of protecting investors and depositors It should be followed he said by legislation relating to the better supervision of the purchase and sale of all property dealt in on exchanges and by legislation to correct unethical and unsafe practices on the part of officers and directors of banks and other corporations What we seek he continued in his 300word message is a return to n clearer understanding of the an cicnfc truth thafc those manage links corporations and other agen Continued on Pago Eleven HEARINGS TODAY Continued on Page Eleven CLUES LACKING INDAMATOCASE Funeral of Victim of Gang ster Killing Place Friday to Take While arrangements for the funeral of Pasquale Patsy DAmato 315 Kerlin street have been completed for Friday morning local and county detectives are still seeking the killer of the former beer baron DAmato was riddled with slugs from a sawedoff shotgun while he stood on the northwest corner of Third and Kerlin streets a few min of a concrete stabilizing program is j utes before 10 oclock Monday night being considered by Secretary of Inj He died within 15 minutes Detectives learned yesterday that the large dark sedan in which sat five men including the marksman parked on the south side cf West Third street near Kerlin street for about 10 minutes prior to the murder DAmato walked from his home on Kerlin street to a small restaurant John Reed alias Shea 28 who giwe an address in the 3400 block West Fourth street was fined and costs when arraigned in tpolice court this morning charged with being drunk and disorderly Reed was arrested yesterday after noon by Motorcycle Patrolman Burns following an automobile acci dent at Ninth and Flower streets Reed was a passenger in a car driven by Arthur Weir 3535 West Second street and which crashed into a hearse owned by E F White caus ng slight damage to the vehicles kVeir was released in his own recog nizance to appear for continued nearing on April 12 Guy Hassen homeless also charged with being drunk and disorderly was sentenced to 30 days in the county prison He was arrested by Detective Jacob Edell of the Reading Railroad when he entered the companys office at Second and Market streets yesterday afternoon and created a disturbance PA PROBERS GET UTILITIES DATA Pinchot Promises to Fur nish Material to McClure Committee terior Ickes He suggested this at his confer ences with representatives of the giant corporate oil interests the in dependents and of the Governors of all oilproducing states on the need of production curtailment Such action would cut the approximately 2250000 barrel daily production at present in half Continued on Pajje Eleven How does It feel to be aboard a liner rocked by an A Times reporter did not have to go further than Glenolden yesterday to find a person qualified to describe the sensation Albert E Laurent chief radio op erator on the steamship President Jackson who is enjoying a brief shore leave with his Emil Laurent of 203 East Glenolden avenue told of the thrills which he experienced while his vessel was tied up at the dock at Port Wilmington five miles below Long Beach CaL when the quake rocked the west coast on March 10 I was in my stateroom on board BRIEF SESSION HELD BY CITY COUNCIL City Council met in special session yesterday for the purpose of consider ing three transfer ordinances on sec ond and final readings The meas ures were presented by Mayor Ward and Directors Luttrell and Huntci Council also approved the security of Vincenzo Di Francesco of Llanerch recently awarded the contract to con struct the Delaware River interceptor unit of the intercepting sewer sys tem Thomas H Higgins publisher of a weekly paper and former postmaster who was admitted to the Chester Hospital early Monday morning as a surgical case was reported to be improved today No operation has been performed as yet Mr Hlggins admission to the hos pital followed closely his marriage on Saturday in Elkton Md to Miss Eu genia McMurray 29 years old Mr Higgins gave his age as 00 His bride a native of Seattle Wash was interviewed by a Times reporter at the Roberta apartments adjoining the State Theatre today She declared she had known Mr Higglns for the past 10 years and their wedding was originally planned for last year when he visited her home town where she was staying for a time However the ceremony was ROME March wheat production In 1932 was below both 1931 and the average the Inter national Institute of Agriculture an nounced today Importing countries especially in Europe had excellent crops the larg est so far while exporting countries had a smaller crop than in 1931 even though the sown area was 4 000000 acres more to marry at Elkton Saturday last be ing selected as the date Mrs Hig gins told the reporter Mr Higglns presence in the hospital was un known to her until she read yester days issue of the Chester Times Mr Higgins left the wedding party on Saturday she said Mrs Hlggins when interviewed today was partly en deshabille her negligee attire necessitating the questioning to be conducted through a transom Action Follows Ruling of GALA NIGHT FOR HARRISBURG Pa March records on which Gover nor Pinchot issued charges of cor ruption against certain public service commissioners will be available to the McClure Senate Committee it was Tall Cedars to Entertain Supreme Officers at Ma sonic Temple With elaborate ceremonies planned for the regular monthly meeting to be held at Masonic Temple tonight Forest No 21 Tall Cedars of vill entertain the indicated today The committee and Its counsel the President Jackson at 555 p m on March 10 and I felt the vessel shake with a terrific vibration said the young man who has been a radio operator for the past five years It never entered my head that it was an earthquake that had shaken the vessel from stem to stern My Franklin S Edmonds met with the governor and Attorney General Schnader in the third of a series of cooperative conferences here After the meeting the governor announced that the committee named to investigate the Public Service Commission had arranged to ob tain from him information alleging venality and corruption in the com mission I agreed to furnish it Pinchot said He referred to material which Staying Proceedings The trial of Clement H Congdon publisher of a Philadelphia weeklj newspaper on the charge of crimina libel was formally continued yester day when Assistant District Attorney Louis A Bloom reported to Judge Al bcrt Dutton MacDade that th Supreme Court of Pennsylvania ha issued an order staying the proceed ings The Court ordered that new bail o be furnished by Congdon which Attorney V Gllpln Robinson asso elated with Attorney Howard Kirt and Attorney Benjamin Colder o Philadelphia in the defense promised The editor showed some concern ver the future of beer because many founpstcrs have grown up since the try cause came down upon us and nost of them do not know how to use mnlt liquor since they have been on gin Speaking as a qualified expert he ffercd these rules for beer quaffing Never drink beer or any other alcoholic drink while any work is to be done It slows down the rcvoiu ions of the psychel That is what it s for Save it until evening when you want to relax and forget your roubles 2 Never drink beer without cat ng something with it The naked stomach wall sucks up alcohol too last and the slow creeping consol ng effect is spoiled 3 Dont try to get it down too fast Leave that to college boys whose minds are keyedUp to an In tolerably high pitch The most reli able virtuosi recommend a tempo o one liter an hour Let it be that o less After a couple of hours take a walk around the block Then you will be ready again And Mencken finished his Pilsner STRIKE ENDS AT FORD BRITISH PLANT LONDON March strike at the Ford Motor plant a Dagenham which has affected ap proximatcly 8000 at the plant anc Allied Industries ended today New minimum scales wer agreed to by the company increasing the pay of skilled semiskilled anc ordinary laborers SPEAKERS ANNOUNCED Attorney J H Ward Hinkson chairman of the Delaware Count Relief Board will speak at a meet ing to be held in the Baptist Soci Hall Lansdowne and Lacrosse ave nucs Lansdowne Friday night Th meeting will be open to the publi and Is under the auspices of th Family Welfare Society of Eastern Delaware County Other speaker will be State Representative Grove C Talbot and Arthur Dunham agen ies handling or using other peoples are trustees acting for others The President outlined anew policy or full publicity regarding all issues f new securities with criminal peri Ity for violators who attempt to mlct the public by misleading claims or their shares The Roosevelt program was de igned tc restore public confidence n the sale of securities by giving an tnpctus to honest dealing and putting Continued on Pagre Eleven FOR DETROIT BANK DETROIT March omcys for the Detroit Bankers ompany holding company for the irst National Bank and affiliated nstitutions todayobtained a 24hour idjournment of a suit o throw the concern into ecclvership Judge Theodore J Richter in ranting the adjournment however directed companys attorneysto answer before3 p m charges of mismanagement negligence and concealment of assets contained in the stockholders petition WORLD COURT ISSUE DEFEATED FOR TIME WASHINGTON March Administration plans to bring tha World Court issue before the Senate during the special session were de feated temporarily today at an angry secret session the Foreign Rela tions committee The committee de cided to postpone action for one week SCHOOL CONTRACT LAW HARRISBURG March districts would be permitted to terminate contracts with teachers if notice is given 45 days before the end of the school term under the provisions of a bill passed by the House and sent to the Senate today Topics of Ti Ray Baukem found a fellows car after ib was stolen the other night As a detective Ray is a great scout pipes Mike Maginnis It Is to be presumed that persona who have been howling about our local water supply will be quiet after April 7 CLEAN SCHOLARSHIP CAMPAIGN exploded I ran on deck and found everyone else on board hurrying in the same direction My first thougnt as I ran to the deck was whether I should attempt to reach the ship gangway or jump over the side of the vessel The ship Continued on Last Pagc1 action B Ainey accepted utility favors and that another former commissioner James S Benn had banked more than on a total salary of It was also agreed on request of the committee that the governor and attorney general should prepare sug gestions of lines of investigation which might in their opinion be fol lowed with profit by the committee Pinchot announced Senator John J McClure commit tee chairman said the investigators would meet sometime this week in executive session to consider future j Officers of America Grand Tall Cedar William Fein berg has planned a program of en tertainment for the distinguished visitors that promises to exceed any other held in the past few years Harry M Littcll Supreme Grand Tall Cedar has assured the local Forest that he will be on hand to join the festivities Harry W Winnlnger Past Grand Tall Cedar will also be on hand Paul W Pierson district representa tive will come from his home in West Chester at the head of a dele gation from that city Neversink i Forest of have promised to have the official car with their two Mr Bloom reported that the district attorneys office had been served late Saturday morning with a copy of the Continued on Eleven Boys of the Smedley Junior HiY Club held a meeting last evening in theY M C building Seventh street and Edgmont avenue and dis cussed the Clean Scholarship cam paign being carried on in the Smedley Junior High School by the club members A short appropriate talk was given by the club adviser Joseph Joseph Philippines turn up with a million dollar surplus In their treasury Won der if they would annex us A man was fined in Essington the other day for shooting rabbits His plea was that he thought he had the right to do it Surprise to us is that he didnt plead selfdefense Deputy Sheriff Harry Leary sent us a social item the other day He left out the names of political dignitaries who were at the party A shoe strike 5n Massachusetts was settled in one hour Maybe they sooa learned where the shoe pinches Vice President Garner has just re ceived his 126th gavel as a present One guy that certainly knows how to take the rap Snitzel Band Camden Forest with their bugle corps will come by special bus from the Delaware River Bridge section Preceding the regular meeting a dinner will be given In the grill at Continued on Eifrht U S TREASURY BALANCE WASHINGTON March Treasury balance as of March 27 expenditures 43663 customs Legislation sponsored by Delaware county members has come to the fore in the House of Representatives at Harrisburg this week Two of the most important bills of the session both sponsored by Delaware county members will probably be disposed of by the House within the next few days One Is the Talbot Bill appropriating for relief during the next biennium and sponsored by Speaker of the House Grover C Talbot The other is House Bill 22 known as the New Administrative Code is sponsored by Representative Sllwood J Turner and which proposes to save the taxpayers more than 519000000 in the operation of the state govern ment The Talbot measure was on the third reading calendar for yesterday be considered today The economy bill sponsored by Rep resentative Turner will probably DC made a special order of business within the next few days A new summary of the bill describing th3 latest changes made by the state government committee was placed upon the desks of all members of the House last night Speaking upon the measures yes Continued on Last Page Honest bootleggers will sell only taeerr says a writer We can hand In South Africa they are trying to break young elephants to the plow That probably explains why so many of them run away and join a circus Like thermometers trade barome ters are mounting these days to whera they rightfully belong WASHINGTON Mar c h Weather Pennsyl tonight Thursday fair and warmer Friday showers and warmer Western a i r and slightly wanner tonight Thursday increasing cloudiness and warmer fol lowed by showers Thursday after noon and niffht TODAYS TEMPERATURE 6 a m38 11 a m46 7 a m44 Noon 52 8 a m42 i p m 54 9 a m42 2 p m50 10 a m44   

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